Sukkah

Some articles on sukkah:

Bet Shira Congregation - Community Programs - Drive-through Sukkah
... holiday of Sukkot, Bet Shira erects what is believed to be the first and only drive-through Sukkah, a tent in the parking lot of the synagogue that it calls the "McBet Shira ... Members of the public can drive into the sukkah, park, lower their car window, and say the blessings for the holiday, including shaking a lulav and an etrog, as volunteers hand them snacks at the end of ... He explained that “We sit as we drive this way, we can sit in our cars in the Sukkah." He also commented that "Perhaps realizing the fragility of the Sukkah will encourage ...
Jewish Holidays - Holidays of Biblical and Rabbinic (Talmudic) Origin - Sukkot — Feast of Booths (or Tabernacles)
... The word sukkot is the plural of the Hebrew word sukkah, meaning booth ... This generally means taking meals, but some sleep in the sukkah as well, particularly in Israel ... There are specific rules for constructing a sukkah ...
S'chach
... S'chach is the Hebrew name for the material used as a roof for a sukkah, used on the Hebrew holiday of Sukkot ... have been disconnected from the ground so, for example, placing a sukkah under the boughs of a tree would render it not valid ... is that rain should be able to penetrate into the sukkah ...
Ki Tisa - Further Reading - Classical Rabbinic
... Mishnah Sheviit 11–4 Challah 49 Pesachim 11–109 Shekalim 11–49 Sukkah 11–58 Megillah 34, 410 Avot 56 Zevachim 97 Menachot 92 Chullin 84 Bekhorot 11–7 Keritot 11–2. 11–1013 Shekalim 11–31 Kippurim (Yoma) 118, 21, 49, 13–14 Sukkah 11–428 Megillah 31, 36 Sotah 310, 66, 11 Bava Kamma 74 Sanhedrin 49, 133 Avodah Zarah 319, 46 Menachot 112, 71 Parah 44. 1a– Pesachim 1a–86a Yoma 21b, 23b, 30a, 49b, 55a, 57a Sukkah 1a–33b Beitzah 1a–49b Rosh Hashanah 7b Megillah 33b, 40a Sanhedrin 30a ...
Re'eh - In Classical Rabbinic Interpretation - Deuteronomy Chapter 16
... Tractate Sukkah in the Mishnah, Tosefta, Jerusalem Talmud, and Babylonian Talmud interpreted the laws of Sukkot in Exodus 3422 ... Leviticus 2333–43 Numbers 2912–34 and Deuteronomy 1613–17 3110–13 ... The Mishnah taught that a sukkah can be no more than 20 cubits high ... The Mishnah taught that a sukkah must be at least 10 handbreadths high, have three walls, and have more shade than sun ...