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Williamsburg & Greenpoint
- Illustrated Explorer's Guide to Williamsburg & Greenpoint
- Evangelicals when Williamsburg turned into a city, Greenpoint into a town and both into Brooklyn
- Today is Anniversary Day, a celebration of the Sunday Schools of NYC
- Pop-up Chapel
- The evangelicals in 19th Century Williamsburg and Greenpoint
- The Jews of Williamsburg & Greenpoint
- Public Chastity, Private Chaos January 28, 2015Americans’ public and private lives are on a collision course. Our social systemthe one we publicly engage dailystill unwittingly encourages and rewards chaste behavior (though perhaps not speech). Privately, our lives bespeak an emerging chaos, regardless of what we personally hold to be good or true or ideal. In other words, American life is becoming […]
- Nonsense on “Sixty Minutes” January 28, 2015Sixty Minutes,” the CBS News “magazine” that helped redefine television journalism, prides itself on challenging conventional wisdom, discomfiting the comfortable, kicking shibboleths in the shins, and opening new arguments. No such challenge, alas, was evident in the program’s recent segment on Pope Francis, which aired last December 28. One of the principal interviewees in that […]
- George Frideric Handel's Messiah
- Handel's Messiah Part 2, 38. "Glad tidings of good things" by The Abyssinian Baptist Church Choir & Chamber Orchestra
- Harlem 1948 Episode 1
- Nanny State or Faith-based? Harlem pastor has a better way to solve NYC’s diabetes crisis
- Harlem and Thailand: parallel universes in the Mormon world
Jews of NYC
- Ed Koch, ready to give God trouble. We will miss him. December 12, 1924 - February 1, 2012
- Jewish organization helps other Jews to leave Hasidic Judaism
- "Sarah" by Elizabeth Swados
- David Brooks on The meaning of Pomegranate, a Whole Foods for Orthodox Jews
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