STUYVESANT SQUARE — In a chapel room beneath St. George’s Episcopal Church, God’s word isn’t meant to be spoken. A hand-painted sign by the door indicates the word “church” in American Sign Language, and an arrow points inside to the world’s oldest church for the deaf.
THE ROCKAWAYS — Tucked in the residential sprawl of the no-man’s land between the predominantly Irish community of Rockaway Park and Far Rockaway to the east, a shop called Boarders is the epicenter of a new wave of city surfers, commuters who ride the A Train to catch waves.
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