Bancroft between 66th Ave. and Havenscourt
Friday, July 11, 2014
By Tiffany Lacsado - It is a Sunday mid-morning on Bancroft Avenue between 66th and Havenscourt. People are milling around going from one place to the next. The “saved” are in cars circling the block, praying to the parking angels so they can park not too far from the steps of their houses of worship.
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