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by michael October 16 2008
This week in JerusalemFor the kidsThings to do
Abu Ghosh
Last chance for non-hummus-related fun in Abu Ghosh

Okay, yeah, we've been throwing a lot of events at you lately. We can't help it - Jerusalem is just exploding with stuff to do. Be grateful. But to avoid beating a dead horse, this week's events roundup will focus only on post-Sukkot events. If you're looking for something to do during the remaining days of Chol HaMoed, well, we wrote about it last week.

  • On Tuesday, when Sukkot is gone, the lulav is wilting and the etrog is actually turning yellow, you can get over your post-holiday blues by dancing your go-go boots off at the Jewish Music Marathon at Beit Avi Chai. You'll have even more fun when you remember that all those Diasporaniks still can't flick a light switch.
  • Everybody loves plays about the sensitive relationship that blossoms between a race-murder-accused skinhead and his Jewish lawyer. So why not see Skinhead at the Ma'abada on Wednesday?
  • Rea Mochiach and Yali Sobol. Between them, they've got a well-regarded novel and well-regarded collaborations with the likes of David Byrne and Gogol Bordello. So hustle over to the Yellow Submarine to catch their act.

We'll be back on our normal events schedule next week. Until then, make the most of your remaining holiday days, and try not to dwell on the fact that we won't have another proper holiday until 2009's traditional Purim riots (Chanukah doesn't really count).

Image courtesy of Whistling in the Dark from Flickr under a Creative Commons license.

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