The pastrami was piled high on the rye bread; the brown mustard and Dr. Brown’s cream soda flowed down parched throats. T-shirts and the sky were that color blue.
Asheville’s growing and diverse Jewish community came together Oct. 21-22 to celebrate food, music and culture at the Hard Lox Festival in Pack Square.
T-Shirts of all kinds were for sale.
If you wanted food, you had to have a ticket. To find your way around, you could use a program .
Knishes were popular …
As were classic deli sandwiches.
And of course, there was music.
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