Archive for the ‘Manhattan’ Category
Jewgrass invites a new generation to see that traditional Jewish culture can create a high note when mixed with modern culture. Part 3 of “Jewgrass Blues at Park Avenue Synagogue”
Spiritual paths often start with an object of desire. Part 2 of “Jewgrass Blues at Park Avenue Synagogue”
Can a young Jew find God by following the poet laureate of the underclass Woody Guthrie?
Former Senior Pastor Carl Keyes agrees to pay back $1.2 million taken as loans from donations to 9/11 & Hurricane relief.
First funerals for East Harlem Explosion victims raises hopes for a better New York and questions of blame
When Cecilio Hernandez said goodbye to his wife and daughter on Wednesday morning in East Harlem, he had no clue that their hugs would be his last until they meet again in the after-life. About half an hour later, the family’s apartment building and an adjacent building exploded and collapsed.
Updated Sat 11:30pm: Clergy help to pull the pieces of a neighborhood back together after East Harlem Explosion. Founder’s Bible recovered
Plan fund for the victims. How can you help? Prayer gathering Sat 12N
Pastors & faith leaders urged to show support and prayer Thursday 9:30 am @ 105 E 116th St
Updated Thurs 8:44am: East Harlem explosion kills 7, 8 missing, 74 injured. Destroys Spanish Christian Church
The pastors of the church at 1644 Park Avenue (116th Street) are Revs. Thomas Perez & Santos Mercado. 102 churches in E Harlem.
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.
This broadcast of the Abyssinian Baptist Church Choir & Chamber Orchestra honors the men & women killed or injured in the Metro North derailment. Donna Smith, a volunteer fire chaplain, was on her way to hear The Messiah. Jim Lovell was on his way to help with setting up the Christmas tree at Rockefeller Center. Also killed was Kisook Ahn, a nurse, and James M. Ferrari. More than 60 were injured.