On Sunday, residents of one of this city’s most vibrant and diverse neighborhoods awoke to a new reality as their normally peaceful streets bore many reminders of the shooting deaths a day earlier of 11 people inside a synagogue.
Bouquets of flowers rested on stone walls of homes near Tree of Life synagogue, where a man with an AR-15 rifle killed worshipers between 54 and 97 years old in the largest attack on the Jewish community in U.S. history. On Wilkins Ave, a block away from the Tree of Life, a makeshift memorial…
SOURCE: Kris Maher and Clare Ansberry
The Wall Street Journal