In celebration of our 20th year of publishing, we took on the endeavor of recording Indy memories from some of the people who have been instrumental in the foundation and up-keeping of what The Indypendent means to the people directly involved in making the paper happen, to our readers and to the City of New York. We hope you enjoy these conversations as much as we did!
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Reverend Billy is an activist and political shouter, a post-religious preacher
of the streets and bank lobbies. He’s been in New York forever with the activist performance group the Church of Stop Shopping. He has been involved with The Indypendent for the past fifteen years. Since 2017, the Reverend has written an advice column for The Indypendent, “Reverend Billy’s Revelations.”