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A piece of the Mesertiz Shul’s ark, a religious relic which was saved by Tamid, The Downtown Synagogue. (Photo by Tequila Minsky via Downtown Express)

Lower Manhattan Jewish Congregation Saves Religious Relic

Manhattan, Religion July 1, 2013 at 5:17 pm

A Jewish congregation in Lower Manhattan has saved a historic religious relic from a Lower East Side shul that is being converted into luxury condos, reports Tequila Minsky in the Downtown Express.

Former professional players from El Salvador play a key role in the development of Long Island's soccer leagues. These include Oscar Ajuria, Sergio Valencia and Wilman Gonzalez. (Photo courtesy of Daniel Menjivar via EDLP)

Voices in Focus: Public Art, Soccer and Interfaith Harmony

Culture, Sports June 6, 2012 at 12:51 pm

A synagogue within an Episcopal church in downtown Manhattan; soccer teams that bind together Latino communities on Long Island; and the Latinos who have brought color and art to the morning subway commute in New York City.