No More Sukkah, Time for Hanukkah and the Spinagogue

Proving that Jewish consumer culture is devouring the calendar every bit as voraciously as any other culture in America, Modern Tribe has just sent out notice of the home they have built for the dreidel — the “Spinagogue.”

Homelessness and hunger are indeed terrible problems in our world. Glad that Sarah Silverman and Modern Tribe are turning their attention to them. Viva Tikkun Olam.

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