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Rabbi Noson Gurary stands on a ladder Tuesday as he works on a sukkah behind the Calumet Arts Cafe on West Chippewa Street. The harvest-time display, which includes straw, leaves and other seasonal products, is part of the festival of Sukkot, which commemorates the temporary shelters used by the Jews in their wanderings in the wilderness.

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