After 23 years, the meditation center has plans to move into a smaller space.
A lifelong outsider, Roshi Pat Enkyo O’Hara leads a warm and engaged Zen community in New York’s Greenwich Village. Lindsay Kyte profiles one of Buddhism’s leading teachers.
15 leading African American Buddhist teachers will hold public dialogue in New York City.
New York Zendo Shobo-ji (NYZ), one of the first Zen Buddhist temples established in the West, will mark its 50th anniversary with a three-day celebration this weekend, September 14 to 16.
This week, Therevada Buddhist monk Bhante Suddhaso will lead a group of New Yorkers in meditation at the city’s Museum of Modern Art.
The Rubin Foundation has awarded a total of $777,000 in grants to 60 organizations in New York City that are using art as a tool for social justice.
Buddhists came together across traditions to find solutions to social ills and to discuss the prospect of a joint Buddhist action movement.
New York Area Buddhist practitioners, scholars, activists and teachers will gather for a conference titled “Buddhist Action: Morals, Vision, Justice.”
Robert Chodo Campbell shares why the chaotic, noisy atmosphere of New York City is the “best place in the country to meditate.”
Sister Chan Duc, an emissary from Plum Village, the renowned monastery Thay founded in southwest France, will accept the Union Medal on his behalf.