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October 30, 2014 | 10:26 am
I took Stewie out of storage on the first of October. The eight-foot-tall scarecrow with a massive, mutated pumpkin head (he may have grown in the abandoned gardens near Chernobyl) is always the first prop I put up in my Hallowe’en yard display.
I debated for a minute whether...
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Are You Reading This in Your Sukkah?
Why do we build the sukkah? To be reminded of our ancestors' lives in the desert, when they lived in huts made from branches and leather.
It is also a reminder of our farming ancestors, who harvested at this time of year. They built huts...