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Report from the Street: Voices of the Homeless

It began as a a New Year’s resolution: “Do something each day that takes you out of your comfort zone.” Interacting with people living on the streets was at the top of that list. Like many of us who reside in proper homes, I preferred to look away. But for more than a year, I listened to homeless...

Frightened Families, Vulnerable Schoolchildren and Gelson’s Good Name: The Gardner Street Fiasco

Imagine the unimaginable. Imagine this ludicrous scenario: Imagine if someone showed up at your front door and told you in the coming years he intended on using the yards in your neighborhood as his new toilet facility. Because he likes the location. This stranger, dressed in a bespoke suit and grinning cordially, doesn’t ask permission...

April 12, 2018

April 12, 2018

MK Punky inaugurates the Shockwire Series of social-justice books with “Report from the Street: Voices of the Homeless” at Soup Kitchen Cafe, in Philadelphia.

April 15, 2018

April 15, 2018

MK’s “Report from the Street” performed by 8 of LA’s finest actors at Urban First Aid, in Hollywood.

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Report from the Street: Voices of the Homeless (2018) MK Punky embarked on a yearlong listening project with the intent to capture the stories of individuals who live on the street in Los Angeles. This simple goal--to engage when others are more comfortable avoiding eye contact, let alone starting a conversation--led to a collection of poems...

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May 29, 2019: “THE UNEXPECTED GUEST” ACQUIRED BY DIVERSION BOOKS MK’s memoir of befriending and housing a homeless man nicknamed Fisher King Mike, has been acquired by the New York City-based publisher Diversion Books. Mark Weinstein, who edited MK’s acclaimed golf-in-Scotland book “In Search of Burningbush,” is the editor. “The Unexpected Guest” will be released as...

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False Flags, Bad Data and Untrustworthy Authorities: The Oncoming Harm Facing Runyon Canyon

The Hollywood Hills West Neighborhood Council (HHWNC) is an all-volunteer advisory board with lots of strong feelings and almost zero political power. At regularly scheduled meetings held at the Durant library, the HHWNC fields the concerns of local residents and stakeholders, many of whom are vexed about preposterous and harmful developments being allowed in the...