A cartoon by artist/vendor Chris Shaw
Content categorized as Art
A street-themed word search by artist/vendor Terron Solomon.
George and Ethel McCoy, as seen at the first National Folk and Blues Festival, Wolf Trap, Vienna VA.
My name is Rebecca Stewart and I am an AmeriCorps VISTA member serving at Street Sense as the Advertising and Communications Coordinator. One of my… Read more »
In part 1 of The Pinnacle, our hero stands as the last survivor of his dying world. He gets ready to board a self-sufficient ship… Read more »
If I may forbear, groves arrn beautiful to be then, amorwe, or hir sweet, hot grin walkins mee.
It be putt no thatt thé hie, so I watch vor the arrange of dwarffy, ashen Neutrinos, the catch, hitte wid strange traffick all gif… Read more »
Soon light th’ deaths of leaves. Refluent leafs roll off the eves. Oonly one reed bloweth, harder!
Loomis rolled over and wiped gravel off his face. Slick. That Craig and his homies were puffin’ the blunt and fist bumpin’ as they faded… Read more »
So much hate and anger we have among ourselves. Each race of people has a reason for hating the next. The hate and anger comes… Read more »
Last night my next-door neighbor Mr. Brown, a 70-year-old man, went out for a smoke. Three teenage boys had been hanging around our apartment building,… Read more »
There are more than one hundred and thirty Street Sense vendors. We have our own style and technique to sell the newspaper. Each vendor says… Read more »
Tired Of when I wake to brush my teeth and look in the mirror; while I open my mouth to scream, yet no sound comes… Read more »
After the election has occurred And the results have been heard We can only hope that the votes most cast Were, in reflection, the ones… Read more »
It’s hard to get a job in D.C. when you’re homeless. Unless you know someone, this is what you need to get a job in… Read more »
Fall is arriving soon, Summer fun is gone. Those long hot days of 100 degree weather, the hottest summer we had. The weather has been… Read more »
Street Sense photojournalism volunteer Brett Edward Mohar left D.C. for a new job in Philadelphia. Before long, he started exploring the stories of homeless men… Read more »
A poem by vendor/artist Franklin Sterling
Labor Day is the first Monday in September and it’s a celebration of the labor movement. It is dedicated to the social and economic achievements… Read more »
Last Saturday, after I left my daily N.A. (Narcotics Anonymous) meeting, I caught the bus and got off at the Greyhound station. I observed a… Read more »