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Jews mark holy day of Yom Kippur

Eric Abelow-Blakeley of Duluth touches the mezzuzah on the way into the home of Tom and Pam Griggs for a meal prior to the Yom Kippur fast Friday in Duluth. The holiest of the Jewish holidays began Friday at sunset and runs until dusk today. (Cli...

Eric Abelow-Blakeley
Eric Abelow-Blakeley of Duluth touches the mezzuzah on the way into the home of Tom and Pam Griggs for a meal prior to the Yom Kippur fast Friday in Duluth. The holiest of the Jewish holidays began Friday at sunset and runs until dusk today. (Clint Austin / caustin@duluthnews.com)

Eric Abelow-Blakeley of Duluth touches the mezzuzah on the way into the home of Tom and Pam Griggs for a meal prior to the Yom Kippur fast Friday in Duluth. The holiest of the Jewish holidays began Friday at sunset and runs until dusk today. (Clint Austin / caustin@duluthnews.com )

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