Archive for the ‘Journalism’ Category
Journey Retros hope to find religious innovations buried in NYC’s past that can be recycled. We practice “history that you can use.”
Jacob Riis brought a new way of doing journalism and photography in order to realize certain religious values.
Creativity rarely flows out of an act of complete originality.It is usually the clash of two value systems or traditions, which, in collision, create a transcendent third thing.
“Seis del Sur Sin Limites” (Six of the South. Without Limits) opened at the Bronx Center for Musical Heritage, 1303 Louis Nine Boulevard, on the evening of July 25th and will show until September 20th.
Journey Retrospectives show how the great questions of life have always been central to New York City.
You may have wondered about a new entry in our table of contents.
Deputy Metro Editor Mike Luo talks to The King’s College & the Christian fellowship of journalists Gegrapha
“A Journey’s” firsthand reporting often turns conventional wisdom on its head.
As a staff photographer for the Times from 1955 to 1991, Boenzi photographed religious moments to show the enduring & entertaining humanity of New Yorkers.