Vendor/Artist Gerald Anderson continues to tell his story about his time in prison.
Content categorized as Art
A continuation of vendor/artist Ken Belkosky’s story “Brave New Future.”
Various vendors leave kind parting words for Street Sense staff, Josh Maxey and Shira Hereld, who have moved on to other jobs and opportunities.
Vendor poem encourages people to explore their potential to the fullest.
Vendor praises the outreach done at the Church of the Epiphany, first of a five-part series.
Vendor discusses the social and emotional climate after Freddy “Pepper” Gray’s death.
Vendor/Artist Michael Craig writes a symbolic story about a bumblebee and a butterfly finding common ground.
Cleola is my daughter And I’m all for her. Cleola could sing so beautifully, like the stars and the trees. Cleola could have been… Read more »
Men and women, Coming and going. I don’t know who they are. All I seem to know is They are going somewhere. Catching the cabs… Read more »
More positive thoughts from The Beautiful One.
A poem by vendor and artist Robert Warren
Schauska asks readers to think critically and thoroughly about what it means to love, fight and truly be “alive.”
The next installment in vendor and artist Debora Brantley’s series
Vendor artist makes a statement on perseverance.
Bill, Larry and Mick’s high adrenaline journey continues in vendor artist Ivory Wilson’s seventh installment of The Big Fat Rat.
The first installment of vendor and artist Ken Belkosky’s new sci-fi series
Vendor artist Gerald Anderson’s story continues to describe life behind bars.
A poem by vendor and artist Sasha Williams
Vendor artist poem on riding the bus.
Vendor and artist Patty Smith reflects on a special Summer from her childhood