Since March 2020, photographer Mark Leong has been documenting how the coronavirus pandemic has impacted people who live outside. These images bring us from the very early days of the pandemic into the present.
As public health and homeless advocates urge San Francisco to keep the shelter-in-place (SIP) hotels open, the City announced that its plans to close two of the remaining 25 SIP hotels are put on hold through at least the end of the year, Street Sheet has learned.
Mommy’s sorry I can’t be perfect I’m trying.Whenever I’m weak, I think Jada’Marie is worth it. It may not seem like itBut please never get it confused money, niggas, or the bottle, never come before you. You’re the essence of perfection mommy wanna be just like you mommy just got an addiction,hard to stop the use. I know I’ve let you down in the past,but for your forgiveness I’d walk a thousand milesand let a million moons pass. Mommy may think I need alcoholbut mommy knows she needs you if nothing at all. I can’t promise I’ll put the bottle down soon.I wanna be honest and keep it true.If I’ve ever caused you hurt, this is my apology to you:Please know, mommy never meant to. You’ll be wonderful in spite of meI’m honored your greatness comes from a