A garden that shares space with a sidewalk in downtown D.C. is helping to feed the city’s homeless population.
Saving money by giving those without, a home of their own: How D.C.’s permanent supportive housing program is proving effective.
No more canned vegetables and processed foods: A professional chef revolutionizes the way D.C.’s homeless community eats.
WASHINGTON — Volunteers were serving up a little Christmas spirit along with meals for the homeless on Christmas morning in Northwest, D.C. “The rain had stopped and Miriam’s was open and I came here ……
Alan Banks is an Air Force veteran who experienced homelessness for 6 years. Now, he\’s working with others to end veteran homelessness by 2015.
One of D.C.\’s kitchens opened its doors to those in need Christmas morning.
Former and current members of the military helped feed homeless veterans at Miriam\’s Kitchen Monday.
Furloughed federal workers likely won\’t report to work Monday. But they could head into town to volunteer: Miriam\’s Kitchen needs help making hot sauce.
As the cold weather approaches, a Maryland man is aiming to outfit D.C. in a way that gives back in local neighborhoods.
The three-part series "The making of Marion Barry" looks at how the future mayor got his start in the civil rights movement, how he became a power player in the city and his enduring legacy.