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The Miami Herald reports on the drive-in sukkah:

In our on-the-go-world, the drive-through is a haven for speed and convenience. We order fast food. We drop off our mail and pick up our dry cleaning.

But prayer? Yes, there’s now a drive-through for that.

Jews can now motor into a temporary sukkah, a tent in the parking lot of Pinecrest’s Bet Shira Congregation, for a few minutes to pray, enjoy nature and get a bite to eat.

Read the full story.

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