Beginning five days after Yom Kippur, Sukkot is named after the booths or huts (sukkot in Hebrew) in which Jews are supposed to dwell during this week-long celebration.
How to creatively approach the fall harvest holiday, even if you can't build a hut.
In 2018, the "festival of booths" begins at sundown on Sunday, Sept. 23 and lasts until sundown on Sunday, Sept. 30.
A video for Sukkot.
Dwelling for Sukkot.
Creative tips for the happiest time of the year.
Shemini Atzeret/Simchat Torah
Although both Shemini Atzeret and Simchat Torah are curiously bereft of special home customs, both are full festivals marked by holiday meals, special blessings, and a prohibition on work.
What Jewish texts say about sukkah specifications.
How to celebrate the Festival of Booths.
What happens in synagogue on Sukkot.
Three major holidays mentioned in the Torah: Passover, Shavuot and Sukkot.
Check out these snapshots of Jews (and friends) getting their sukkah on.
A guide to the Festival of Booth's four species, including their rituals and blessings.
A temporary dwelling for the holiday of Sukkot.
A vegetarian entree perfect for autumn.