Traditionally read during Sukkot, the Book of Ecclesiastes grapples with the meaning of life.
Called hol hamoed, the intermediate days are observed differently than the beginning and final ones.
Perfect for a meal outdoors in the brisk autumn air.
The custom of inviting our ancestors to join us in the sukkah has its roots in Jewish mysticism.
Approaching this enigmatic work as a statement of philosophy -- rather than an account of one man's search -- has confounded commentators across the centuries.
How much do you know about this fall holiday?
How bad does the weather have to be for me to bail out of eating in the sukkah?
Shemini Atzeret/Simchat Torah
Ecological balance and our prayer for rain.
Sukkot observances offer a balance between the real and the ideal.
A humorous folk tale about how NOT to care for this Sukkot object.
Traditional interpretations of what the four species represent.
Same concept as the Ashkenazi one, different approach