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Pittsburgh celebrates Hanukkah 

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Photos by Theo Schwarz
More than 20 cars line up on Prospect Drive in Schenley Park before the start of the annual Menorah Parade.
Photos by Theo Schwarz
Reuven Bassman, 5, chases Shneur Weinstein, 10, before the 2015 Menorah parade starts.
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The parade, led by a police escort, starts as cars turn onto Hobart Street.
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As the sun sets, signaling the start of Hanukkah, the line of cars makes its way down South Negley Avenue.
Photos by Theo Schwarz
Nearly every car donned a Menorah on top, lit for the first night of Hanukkah.
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The Yeshiva Boys Choir lines up to perform in front of the 12-foot Menorah in Schenley Plaza.
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Chabad Lubavitch of Pittsburgh Rabbi Yisroel Rosenfeld is interviewed by local media.
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Aaron Herman performs a juggling show for the crowd gathered in Schenley Plaza.
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The middle candle, the Shamash, is used to light the other candles, from right to left, each night of Hanukkah.
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Photos by Theo Schwarz
As the sun sets, signaling the start of Hanukkah, the line of cars makes its way down South Negley Avenue.

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