This chapter describes a typical Sabbath on the Lower East Side, including the early Sabbath services at the Bialystoker Synagoge. There is discussion of Hasidic traditions, including those of the Kotsker Rebbe. The problem of the Lower East Side eruv (Sabbath boundary) is described.
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