Christians worldwide celebrate the Epiphany on Saturday, also known as Three Kings Day. In Puerto Rico, it's an official holiday, and many Puerto Ricans living in mainland U.S. cities flock home to the island to celebrate. But not this year. And, after Hurricane Maria, thousands of Puerto Ricans who never planned to leave the island are spending their first Three Kings Day in the cold, snowy Northeast.
New England Public Radio's Jill Kaufman (@JillK885NEPR) reports.
This story comes via the New England News Collaborative.
This segment aired on January 5, 2018.
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