Halloween has candy corn, Hanukkah has chocolate gelt, and Easter, of course, has Peeps. The fluffy, vaguely chick-shaped marshmallow confection is exactly what some celebrators look forward to find ...
Jesus had gone to Jerusalem to celebrate Hanukkah (Jn 10:22). Although it was not a traditional pilgrimage festival, many Jews journeyed to Jerusalem for the feast because it celebrated something that ...
According to the APPA (American Pet Products Association) 2019-2020 National Pet Owners Survey, the top two times of the year for giving a pet a gift are Christmas/Hanukkah and the pet’s birthday.
Which holiday rocks the most iconic, easy-to-name candies? Christmas and its candy canes are up there, as is Hanukkah and its delicious chocolate gelt. Halloween's foil-wrapped pumpkins and candy corn ...
It seems lately that Christian and Jewish holidays all happen within weeks, or days, of each other. For those who think that Hanukkah is like a Jewish Christmas, it is not. And Passover is nothing ...
It happened in ninth grade when one of the teachers invited my class to make latkes with her class in honor of Hanukkah. I had no idea what Hanukkah was, and when I found out it was an iconic Jewish ...
Neon Flicker Flame lights are used for Halloween and/or as Christmas or Hanukkah lights by many people to create a spooky or cozy glow. I use them for the ambiance. I love the look of real candles ...
Whether or not you celebrate Hanukkah, which commemorates the rededication of the Second Temple of Jerusalem by the ancient Israelites in 167–160 BC, you can still appreciate the joyous events around ...
When she left Montana for college in Minneapolis a decade ago, Avital Barnea knew she’d join a Jewish community larger than the 30 families that sustained her hometown synagogue in Billings. She also ...
When is Hanukkah and for how long does it last? Hanukkah, the eight-day Jewish celebration, begins in the evening of Sunday, Dec. 2, and ends in the evening of Monday, Dec. 10, in 2018. Every year, ...