It’s a beloved holiday tradition!

Jewish residents from around the Five Boroughs gathered on Sunday to kick off Hanukkah, which marked the second time the holiday fell during the COVID-19 pandemic — though this year’s festivities took a far more jubilant tone, with revelers cautiously welcoming back a return to normalcy. 

“I’m proud to be here and participate in this moment as we bring our city back together,” said Borough President Eric Adams at a Manhattan ceremony. “We need each other, and no matter how challenging it is, we know New Yorkers are resilient, strong, and we’re people of faith. And I say to all of you and your family, have a happy and safe Hanukkah.”

The 27-foot menorah on Neptune Ave in Coney Island on the first night of Hanukkah Sign up for our PoliticsNY newsletter for the latest coverage and to stay informed about the 2021 elections in your district and across NYC

It’s a beloved holiday tradition!

Jewish residents from around the Five Boroughs […]

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