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Rabbi’s block, city of sukkahs, and more

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Today in Tablet Magazine, columnist Shalom Auslander hacks the mind of a rabbi trying to write a Yom Kippur sermon no one will be expecting. A special holiday-themed Vox Tablet podcast reports on the 12 winning Sukkah designs that will be made real in Manhattan’s Union Square as Sukkot approaches. Columnist Eddy Portnoy examines an editorial clash at the Polish Yiddish paper Moment one hundred years ago. The Scroll has a special, guest-written Top Chef D.C. finale recap coming atcha.

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