Archive for the ‘Peoples’ Category
Xu Bing’s Phoenixes shows up at St. John the Divine — UPDATED with Philippe Petit’s walk at opening!
A paen to the Chinese migrant worker inspired by Buddhist values. Xu lived in NYC for 20 years and considers it his 2nd home.
A small group in Brooklyn sees the skyscrapers in Manhattan and think of the great pyramids of ancient Egypt.
A migrant’s memories become a mirror for New Yorkers. Newcomers are a major source of religious, economic and cultural innovation in the city. Part 5 in the series Jesus the New Yorker
Year of the Horse begins Friday, January 31st
Mayor De Blasio’s inauguration poet mixes activism with Jesus. Part 4 in the series Jesus the New Yorker.
If you want to give a quirky, intriguing present to people who love urban sleuthing, this is it.
Challenges and needs of Caribbean Hindus
Try out this delicious recipe from chef Henny Wong of Last Rain Ministry Church in Elmhurst, Queens!
This year’s mayoral race has attracted more pastoral interest than normal including Reverend Erick Salgado, founder of the 22-church network Iglesia Jovenes Cristianos (Church of the Young Christians).
Meeting with former Journeyer Chris, we randomly picked out this Indonesian restaurant, and of course, it turned out to be a faith-based business! Our host goes to Bethel Church. Lunch special is a tasty bargain! 86-10 Justice Ave, near intersection of Broadway and Queens Blvd.