US east coast celebrates Thanksgiving after superstorm Sandy
“Pilgrim style,” is how one American described his Thanksgiving meal, less than a month after Hurricane Sandy ravaged the United States East Coast, leaving at least 131 dead. Americans all over the country celebrated the annual holiday through different means: those whose homes were damaged by the superstorm had Thanksgiving dinner in emergency shelters; the better-off offered food to those in need, seeing the holiday as a chance to give back; in New York City, one of the areas worst-hit by the storm, the annual Macy’s day parade managed to bring cheer into a city still reeling from the damage caused by Sandy. 

Read more about how Americans are celebrating Thankgiving post-Sandy on the Chicago Tribune

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