A 1960s style sukkah strapped to the back of a pickup truck is making its rounds through New York City’s five boroughs and drawing curious glances from passersby.
At Russia’s largest kosher food factory, owner Pinhas Slobodnik welcomes his Muslim workers with a greeting in Arabic that he pronounces in a thick Russian accent.
Taybeh Beer has managed to sidestep Palestinian municipality demands to revive Oktoberfest for the eleventh year.
When the writer realized she’d like to celebrate Sukkot, her non-Jewish husband not only built her a sukkah; he cooked a beautiful meal to eat within it.
This article has been sent!Close