A fire, which broke out on the second night of Sukkos, forced the evacuation of an apartment building on East New York Avenue and displaced a family after an unattended candle on a porch caught fire and quickly spread.
Daily Archives: September 25, 2018
Two young Israeli boys were riding their bikes along Manhattan’s East River Esplanade near Carl Schurz Park at 84th Street. They looked up, smiled, and called to their father in Hebrew: “Abba, look! A sukkah!” Inside, a young couple with daughters 2 and 4 years old were enjoying a late-afternoon Yom Tov snack as runners, bikers, families pushing strollers and pedestrians walking dogs enjoyed the esplanade outside. The sukkah offers an amazing view of the Triborough Bridge and Roosevelt Island.
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