‘PopUp Sukkah’ helps Jews on the go celebrate Sukkot

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(RNS) If you’re wondering why your Jewish neighbors built a hut in their yard, it’s because the Jewish harvest festival of Sukkot began Wednesday night (Oct. 12), a sort of Jewish Thanksgiving that lasts through Oct. 21. The temporary hut is a “sukkah,” a place to eat and even sleep during the weeklong holiday, and […]

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