As moms pull out their Elf on the Shelf this weekend (traditionally they come out Thanksgiving weekend) Jewish kids all over no longer need to be envious of yet another Christmas tradition they don’t get to partake in.Read Full Story
What's more fun than a theme party? A holiday theme party, of course! If you're stumped on what type of seasonal shindig to host, these blogger-inspired ideas will leave you with a new decision: how many theme parties you can squeeze into one holiday!Read Full Story
This year, Hanukkah begins at sundown on Nov. 27 (the night before Thanksgiving). Here are some fun ways to introduce your children to or enrich their understanding of this important Jewish festival and also keep them entertained while they're out of school.Read Full Story
Hanukkah, also known as Chanukah, will begin this year at sunset on Nov. 27 and end at nightfall on Thursday, Dec. 5, 2013. This eight-day Jewish celebration has become increasingly popular over the years. Check out these interesting facts about Hanukkah's history and tradition.Read Full Story
If you enjoy a rich, flavorful brisket at your Hanukkah celebration, one of these sort-of-traditional-but-not-really marinades will give that familiar main course a little extra flavor, a little zing and a bit of extra holiday magic.Read Full Story
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