Thursday, October 2, 2014 Tishri 8, 5775
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An interfaith brew project is the latest joint venture for a local rabbi and priest who have found common ground in their love of beer, religion — and drinking beer while conversing about religion.
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Rob Eshman, Jewish Journal
This year, I started building my sukkah in December because I’m making the ritual hut from homeless signs.
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Inspired by architects who constructed non-conventional sukkahs in New York, the University of Pennsylvania's "Sukkathon 2012" encouraged students to come up with their own creative themes as they built 10 of the holiday structures around campus.
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Chavie Lieber, Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Matt Bycer is like any other 33-year-old attorney who wakes up at the crack of dawn to exercise. Except that rather than sweating to a P90X regimen, Bycer, in a T-shirt, shorts and cowboy hat, lugs 170 buckets of water across his backyard in Scottsdale, Ariz., to water his etrog farm. The Phoenix native has been nurturing his citron project...
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Rivka Tal
In Israel, the weather is almost always warm during the seven-day festival of Sukkot. And many families enjoy their holiday meals in the palm-branch-roofed sukkah. Suk­kot are often “attached” to the ubiquitous small Israeli apart­ments or down a few flights of stairs. Easy-to-prepare — and-transport — meals are handy at this time of the year, and I believe we can...
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