From the New York Times:
Next month, media organizations in the [San Francisco] Bay Area are planning to put aside their rivalries and competitive instincts for a day of coordinated coverage on the homeless crisis in the city. The Chronicle, which is leading the effort, is dispensing with traditional news article formats and will put forward possible solutions to the seemingly intractable plight of around 6,000 people without shelter.
The homeless are just like the weather;
our talk of them’s light as a feather.
Perhaps they don’t want
reporters to flaunt
how they’ve reached the end of their tether.
The homeless are viewed as a group
that newspapers treat as a scoop.
Is it so flagrant
that Christ was a vagrant?
They called him a brash nincompoop!