Neighbors of the London Kabbalah Centre complained about excessive noise coming from its sukkah during the recent holiday.
As women’s communal participation in holidays like Sukkot increases in some Orthodox circles, Shoshana Kordova worries about the effects this may have on her daughters’ attitude toward religion in the long run.
Sukkot and Simchat Torah have slowly but surely evolved into a time of year when the envelope is pushed when it comes to women’s participation, even in Orthodox communities.
Ah, Sukkot — the time of year you hope it’s still warm enough to be able to eat outside, lest you freeze mid-Challah bite. And what better way to reflect on the holiday then by ranking our favorite Sukkahs? We’ve got our top 5 ranked.
Suburban Milwaukee public school students received an unexpected lesson in civics when they sought to build a sukkah — and Jewish parents stood up to object.
Abigail Pogrebin never thought Sukkot was about fragility, sex or Sinai. That’s what she gets for heading to the Left Coast to explore the holiday’s spiritual meaning.
For those who prefer to travel through, rather than live in, their (very) temporary dwelling, there’s a new option: the drive-thru sukkah.
Wanna experience Sukkot but don’t have space for a full-blown sukkah? Levi Duchman has created a rickshaw bicycle with a mobile sukkah attached to the back.
For the tour guides that lead visitors through the Van Ostade Housing Project, Fabrice Schomberg’s sukkah is one of the few signs of the neighborhood’s Jewish roots.
Welcome to one of a dozen private sukkahs built on the porches of the five-star Inbal Hotel’s Penthouse Suites.