The news is full of bad stuff religious people do. Not that wrongdoing should not be exposed anywhere it occurs, but news of church scandal travels like wildfire while the Good News has to schlep around on foot. Well, here’s something good:
Miriam’s Kitchen is a DC area kitchen that provides hot meals and a number of other services, like voice mail, for homeless people. Nothing remarkable about that, but what’s cool is that they host a number of art and poetry workshops, poetry readings, and publish an anthology of the poets’ and artists’ work each year. Well worth the suggested donation of $10.