Road Dog


Joshua, 1977-

“It’s almost like a marriage, without the crap of sex”

He is like a brother, we share everything we have. If I got a hotdog, it is cut in half and he gets it. He has got my back, and I’ve got his. We travel together, wherever we go, we do it together. It’s almost like a marriage, without the crap of sex, Read more »

Shea Stadium


William, 1963-

“I always had a love for baseball. . . It was a big deal for me as a kid.”

My father used to take me every now and then to watch baseball games at the Shea Stadium back east. He wasn’t a fan, but his employer arranged buses to the games. One of the best childhood memories I have. I started going with him at a young age, then went with my friends as I got older.

I always had a love for baseball. You just go in there, something about the crowd and the atmosphere. The hotdog, being with your friends. And watching the game, the crack of the bat, seeing the Mets play. It’s pretty much the only family you knew back then. It was a big deal for me as a kid.

Nowadays, I watch it on TV, sometimes right here, referring to the café we sit in. Watching ballgames is the little bit of normality that I have.

Listen to interview snippets:



Larry, 1957-

“Oh, I did that?! Look how beautiful it is!”

I did landscaping for twenty years, back home. I liked it. Because there are no doors, the best things grow on trees and plants. Read more »

Q & A


Bertha, 1951-

“Biggest Joy in Life: Living!”

Time on the Street: 12-15 years, give or take.
Most Proud Of: My accomplishments in life with the limitation I had.
Hobbies: Crocheting. I used to love to sew, but for that I need my eyesight back Read more »



Sean, 1977-

“Jerry Garcia, his humbleness, inspires me in that way.”

All kinds of art, all sort of mediums are inspirations to me. Whether it is music or glass, or doodling, drawing, painting. Is that what you were thinking of by inspiration? Read more »