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Keepin’ Hanukkah with traditional Scottish ‘keepin’ cakes’
Ethel G. Hofman
Sure, latkes are on the menu, but so are these buttery treats, which take tastes to a new level.
The Hanukkah connection: Sharing the light with far-away family
Today’s far-flung families are increasingly challenged to celebrate the holiday traditions together, but some creativity and the use of modern technology can help.
Menorahs, memories, magic: Hanukkah conjures up some startling senior moments
“We were allowed to eat many latkes and doughnuts with homemade preserves, spin dreidels my brother carved out of wood and play cards way past our bedtime . . . ”
2,200-year-old earring found in Jerusalem excavation sheds light on Hellenistic period in Judea
The rare artifact depicts the finely crafted head of a horned animal and delicate filigree work, and is believed to date back to the second or third century BCE.
Hanukkah and Christmas lights intertwine in former Nazi hotbed
he bearers of Hanukkah candles in Tübingen, Germany, aren’t Jewish. In fact, many of them are descendants of avowed Nazis.
By transmitting values, children’s books are the Hanukkah gifts that keep giving
Hanukkah: a holiday for Jews without religion
Jonathan S. Tobin
8 ways to celebrate Hanukkah’s 8 nights in the Holy Land
Lovin’ from Bubbe’s oven
Hanukkah menorahs, more than ceremonial art
Israel’s first Hanukkah candle factory endures 77-year history
Judy Lash Balint
Hanukkah candles lend warmth and community to ailing Ukraine
Shining Jewish light in the darkness during Hanukkah in Paris
Hanukkah in Paris: a time to celebrate life, express unity, and be proud
With popularity and sales up, Mensch on a Bench has much to smile about
Deborah Fineblum Schabb