A former paratrooper was told he would never walk again. He didn’t listen.
During the city’s annual “Zombie Walk,” revelers don costumes and makeup on the eve of Purim, the Jewish holiday known for its carnival-like atmosphere.
The hurried city slowed to a mechanical standstill Friday. Most workers curled up in their cubicles to wait out the post-earthquake public transport freeze. Those who didn’t likely took the long way home on a new set of wheels.