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The Rabbi’s Girls present “Songs of Religion & Rebellion” & “Shira’s Belated 1970s Bat Mitzvah Dance Party!”
An irreverent, often hilarious musical show on the paradox of growing up religious and rebellious in the 1970′s. Celebrate Shavuot with Shira Dicker on Tuesday, May 14, at The JCC’s all night blow-out TiKKUN, Amsterdam & 76th Street. Comedy, song and blow-out with Shira & DJ REL starts just after the night turns into Wednesday at 12:30 am!
The Pepper Street gang created an epidemic of petty theft and malicious mischief. The members weren’t serious gangbangers like those in south Los Angeles today. Rather, they were a bunch of kids hanging together and getting in trouble. But to the store owners who were the targets of their small thefts, the car owners [...]
Just finished shooting video at Jeff Chu’s event. We will post a report this week.
Updated April 10, 2013. Edith Schaeffer died on Saturday. Her son-in-law Udo MIddleman remembers her connections and inspirations from New York City.
At funeral services at Temple Emanu-El on 5th Avenue this morning, Mayor Bloomberg said that Koch led the city out of despair and decay and gave us hope.
A self-declared “liberal with sanity,” Koch surprised his friends by developing a close friendship with John Cardinal O’Connor.
Radio talk show host Audrey King Weisiger discusses interfaith marriage with Rev. Donna Schaper, senior minister at Judson Memorial Church in Manhattan, and Tony Carnes, editor & publisher of A Journey through NYC religions.
OpEd: Silence & the Unspeakable Horror in Sandy Hook Elementary School by Pete Scazzero, New Life Fellowship, Elmhurst, Queens
God invites us to be silent before this massacre, acknowledging the severe limits of our understanding.
We are watered by the tears of the world.
A debate firestormed through the media about the appropriateness of the Post’s coverage and the response of its freelance photographer to the dying moments of Ki-suk Han on the subway tracks.