Posts Tagged ‘homelessness’

It’s not news that there are a lot of homeless individuals and families in New York. The NY Times published an eye-popping statistic the other day that the city spends $575,000 each day to house homeless families in transient hotels for about 7,500 people.  By coincidence, I happened to be in a city office the […]

Today I went to the memorial service for a friend I grew up with. We walked to school together. We played touch football and all sorts of sports together. We sat next to each other at the first-run showing of “A Hard Day’s Night.” But somewhere our paths diverged.  He was often homeless as an […]