November 17, 2018

Sukkot

It wasn’t exactly the pampering honeymoon I’d had in mind. With no electricity, no running water and no bathroom to speak of
For several months now, I have been dreaming of finding the perfect lulav — a palm frond the Torah requires us to wave on Sukkot. 
Dina and Fred Leeds have, arguably, the most glamorous sukkah in town. It has three chandeliers and a long, linen-topped table with seating for 40.
Can you say you love your body? I wish I could. I’m embarrassed not to love this vessel that has served me so well. 
With the holiday of Sukkot just around the corner, it’s not too early to start thinking of creative ways to decorate the sukkah.
The Panoramic Sukkah is a creation by Andy “Eliyahu” Alpern, a photographer specializing in 360-degree images.
Fifty years ago, leaders of the Chabad movement tasked Rabbi Moshe Lazar of Milan with supervising the local production and export of the Calabria etrog.
The Italian government said that the export of Italy-grown etrog fruits to Russia will not be affected by sanctions imposed by the European Union.
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