On a Friday Evening

In Chassidland, the natives were still playing, though it musta been near 8. Come the spring, the sun sets later and thus the happy romping through the urban forest.

But what happens when deep dish Jews are in a place where the sun don’t set for months at a time? Does Shabbos never come?

And if the last sunset before months of darkness comes on a Friday, is it Shabbos for all the months thereafter?

When Pesach comes in such a clime, must there be eight sunsets and sunrises before leavened bread can once again be et?

Would that take months?

Years?

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