The thing is, I don’t want to leave my sukkah. I know, it’s time to move inside, to stop shaking greenery all around, and just let lemons turn back into, well, lemons. But we only got the darn hut up in full regalia a couple of days ago, AND it's southern California, of course I...
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The Sukkah Patch?
The annual fall festival and pumpkin patch is along tradition at the Farmer's Market at Third and Fairfax. Thisyear, it will host an even longer tradition: the building of asukkah.
In conjunction with the Skirball Cultural...