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The LEGO® Sukkot Movie

By Evan Wolkenstein

It’s a Lego® Sukkot stop motion animation and we couldn’t be more geeked out about it! Learn the basics of the Jewish holiday called Sukkot, including festival huts, lulavs, etrogs, foods, prayers and the spiritual meaning of all the unique rituals. This stop motion animation is a great intro to the holiday for Jews and […]

Sukkot: Back to Basics

By Hadara Levin Areddy

Sukkot is the happiest Jewish holiday, but it’s traditional to read Kohelet (Ecclesiastes), which can get pretty gloomy! Hadara Levin-Areddy tells the story from King Solomon’s point of view and connects the dots from sadness to joy.

What is the Hallel?

By Josh Feigelson

Hallel is a Jewish prayer that is recited in community as an act of praise and gratitude on holidays like Passover, Sukkot and Shavuot. Learn more about this powerful prayer in this video featuring Rabbi Josh Feigelson of  the University of Chicago Divinity School. Hallel literally translates as “praise” and it is a way of […]

Learn How to Build a Sukkah with Moishe House

By Joshua Walters

Learn how to build a sukkah with this handy guide made with Moishe House. Thanks for this Sukkah Guide Thank you to our friends at Moishe House for helping create this animated How to Make a Sukkah guide. Additional thanks to Katherine Bruce, Dr. Zvi Bellin, Elliot Cowan, Matthue Roth, Sarah Lefton, Moishe House East Bay, […]

Lox vs. Pastrami: Monsters of Jewish Deli, from Bava Batra 74b

What does the Talmud have to do with Jewish Deli? Monsters? A Behemoth? A Leviathan? Lox? Pastrami on Rye? Have we lost you dreaming of Jewish Deli? The Talmud tells a story about two giant creatures who threatened the world: the Leviathan and the Behemoth. This animated short featured in a Jewish Deli describes what […]