Dwayne R. Butler on the advantages of being a Street Sense vendor.
Content categorized as Art
Joseph Walker questions the stability of the current economic climate.
I am a domestic violence survivor. I was in a relationship that started out well, then became abusive. Then it became MORE abusive; we were… Read more »
Marcellus Phillips opens up about his past, illuminating how money isn’t everything.
Reginald Danny reviews “I of the Storm” after the play came to Street Sense.
This is the title track of Pookanu’s brand new album, focused on being there for his kids no matter what.
On May 23, 2017, Sir Roger Moore passed away from cancer. I remember him on “The Saint” every Sunday night at 10 p.m. Our whole… Read more »
A Street Sense artist/vendor contemplates what makes perception or reality of himself.
One of our Vendors speaks about how she could manifest anything she aspired to in life just by thinking of it.
One of our Vendors talks about his experience when he was living outside and how people would taunt him because of it.
One of our vendors tell why tragedies happen for a reason and that one must be vigilant to not get stuck in a cycle of them.
Having a social life means to have an actual life. We are all social creatures and we need connections.
A continuation from his original poem: Suicide Thought. In this one he tells about a little girl and her life.
A first hand account that describes how the metro is need of a clean-up.
Being poor does not necessarily mean you do not have a lot of money.
Artist/Vendor Sheila White’s take on the importance of oral hygiene.
Franklin Sterling preaches a special poem/quote in another language
Conrad Cheek Jr. Talks About his experience with a person that fed him out of the kindness of his heart
Endurance, represented by th’eternal song. But existence, always in this plane, too brief! Consider the Purple One, A Prince among the tribes, His parabolic arc… Read more »