"The Soup and Soul Kitchen", a New York Times Profile of a Chelsea Soup Kitchen and Open-Mic Performance Hall

In this video, The New York Times profiles the Church of the Holy Apostles and it's interesting setup. While offering a soup kitchen to help feed anybody who should need it, the church also encourages anybody who is able to
play music to perform during the meal. There is a grand piano, drums and a wide array of instruments available to play, and anybody is welcome. The Church of the Holy Apostles is located in Chelsea, on 296 9th Ave‎.

via The New York Times

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