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Pauline Dolle

Pauline Dolle is a reporter at A Journey through NYC religions.

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Improv with God. Part 6 of series

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Andrew Nemr says that the great Choreographer teaches, those who dance together, stay together.

Reading the Bible after 911. Part 5 of series

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The dancer had never owned or read a Bible until after the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.

Andrew Nemr meets Gregory Hines & Savion Glover. Part 4 of series

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Improvisation contains a series of guesses and surprises. The result is living your dreams as they emerge. Be surprised!

Andrew Nemr’s improvisational living in the United States

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The beginnings of Nemr’s tap dancing. Part 3 of series

Andrew Nemr’s tap dance to faith

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A tap dance rhythm that started with his parents in Lebanon. Part 2 of series

Andrew Nemr tap dancing New York City

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Starting today, join our encore of the 6 part journey with this tap dancer & peacemaker.

Manhattan Sojourn — Tapping, “Good night!”

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Wondrously tapping, Andrew Nemr is encoring at A Journey next week!

Bushwick, Brooklyn SOJOURN — Cemetery of the Evergreens

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HINGE: the honking of cars and sirens of street traffic is faintly heard beyond the gates of the Cemetery of the Evergreens

The Vigilia on the night shift in Bushwick, Brooklyn, Part 2

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Prayer time is a moment of authenticity in a world of sly artifices.

Prayer on the night shift in Bushwick, Brooklyn, Part 1

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Whatever else will happen religiously in the city, prayer will part of it. How much social harmony and development will we owe to prayers?

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