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My Grandfather Collected Etrogs—To Be Passed Down to Future Generations

More than an ephemeral part of Sukkot observance, the fruit also symbolizes the commitment of one generation to the next

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‘Girls’-Themed Decorations For Your Sukkah

Let the cast of the hit HBO show be your Sukkot spirit guide(s)

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The Ultimate Stuffed Cabbage—a Perfect One-Pot Dinner for Sukkot

Video: This American twist on a traditional Jewish recipe will help get your new year off to a sweet-and-sour start

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Sukkot and the Single Woman: A Holiday of Thankfulness and Self-Invention

I never felt comfortable in my Orthodox neighborhood on Sukkot until I made a sukkah of my own—from the most unlikely materials

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You Can Have Your Brisket and Eat It, Too: Staying Healthy for the Holidays

How to enjoy the traditional meals you love on the High Holidays without sacrificing good nutrition—or splitting your pants

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Running With My Fear

On a run in 2008, I collapsed from a brain aneurysm. Now it’s time to get back on the Charles River path.

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A Sukkah Grows on a Berkshires Farm

An unconventional Sukkot story

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After Sukkot is Over, Don’t Discard That Etrog!

The citron, essential for Sukkot rituals, can be put to many wonderful uses after the holiday

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How Tisha B’Av Helped Me Heal

Cancer, and a year of chemotherapy, gave me a new perspective on Jewish holidays—starting with Tisha B’Av

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Etrog Man

California citrus farmer John Kirkpatrick, a Presbyterian well-versed in Jewish agricultural law, is the only large-scale grower of etrogs in the U.S.

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Shaken Up

Egypt's politically expedient ban on the export of palm fronds has altered the lulav market in unexpected ways

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Earth Mother

Myra Goodman, co-founder of Earthbound Farm, is the Brooklyn-born daughter of Holocaust survivors and an unlikely organic-food pioneer

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The Chosen Planet

Today on Tablet

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Atonement in Lower Manhattan

An incredible Occupy Wall Street Kol Nidrei draws hundreds

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Conservadox

Evonne Marzouk, the Orthodox co-founder of a Jewish environmental group, insists the Torah holds us responsible for the earth’s well-being

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Overtime

The second day of some Jewish holidays is mandated by rabbinic tradition, not Torah law. In today's world, they’re increasingly hard to observe.

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Make Like an Egyptian Tree, and Avoid Israel

Palm frond export ban threatens Sukkot lulav supply

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‘After the Holidays’

Your weekly dose of Israelispeak

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Rebooth

Sukkah City, in New York's Union Square, was my attempt to bring Sukkot the attention it deserves

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Sukkah of the Soul

What would you take inside?

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Sukkah of the Soul

What would you take inside?

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The Grave Outdoors

To the neurotic urban parent, Sukkot might as well be called Booths of Death

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Gimme Shelter

A design competition invites new takes on the sukkah

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Sukkot to Go

In New York City, the holiday huts come to you

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Support System

A sukkah of tomorrow, held up by its inhabitants

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Hut Enough For Ya?

How to decorate a sukkah with no budget and no talent

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Original Intent

A student sukkah project harks back to architecture’s dawn

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Sukkot’s Salad

A star chef tries his hand at giving the holiday a signature dish

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Shake Your Lulav at the Airport

But no Polaroid pictures at the checkpoint, thanks

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Sukkot FAQ

Everything you ever wanted to know about the Feast of Tabernacles

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