A vendor returns to Street Sense after time away.
Content categorized as Art
A vendor’s new year’s message.
A vendor’s affirmation of herself and her own potential.
A vendor’s story of his journey to God.
Thanks for your kind indulgence. As you enjoy the holiday season’s celebrations please maximize your musical merriment with these memorable melodies! Music you’d hear at… Read more »
A poem about Rats by artist/vendor Ronald “Pookanu” Dudley.
Poem by artist/vendor Chon Gotti.
A story of a red pirahna at the zoo.
A poem by volunteer Carla Baumgardner about her joy and happiness.
Vendor/artist Aida Basnight describes her experience with Together We Bake, a micro-baking business that provides empowerment classes for women.
Vendor Michael Craig provides a lesson on environmental destruction through the story of a rabbit and a dinosaur.
Artist and vendor Cynthia Mewborn reflects on her faith in light of the holidays.
Vendor and artist Robert Warren urges Washingtonians to continue organizing for universal housing.
Vendor and artist Dwayne Butler calls for peace and patience in the wake of the Presidential election.
Vendor and artist Jackie Turner reflects on the important of love in the face of hatred.
Frustration is going to the doctor only for them to say nothing seems to be wrong. I finally received help when I went back to… Read more »
Angie Whitehurst’s poem for Kanell Washington, a recently deceased member of the Street Sense family who died the day before his housing voucher was approved.
Vendor Mustafa Kalieb saw something potentially disturbing on the Metro.
Vendor and artist Frederic John wonders whether Trump will reach out to people like him.
Street Sense vendor-artist Robert Williams presents a poem his friend Carla M. Baumgardner wrote.