by Rabbi Israel Rubin
Latkes don't have to be made from potatoes - or do they? Here are three great latke recipes your family will surely enjoy.
Find out which Chanukah blessings to say and when. Includes other relevant halachic information.
by Jim Sollisch
Kids donating their Chanukah gifts to charity? Not an impossible scenario - and here's how one family did it.
by Miriam Karp
Dudu Fisher, internationally acclaimed Broadway star, refuses to compromise his religious principles of Sabbath observance.
by Michoel Chorod
A question asked to grandparents for hundreds of years, one grandpa responds in this short poem.
OK's Kosher Detectives are hard at work inspecting plants, investigating ingredients, and so on.
by Chana Weisberg
Using her experience raising her children, the author analyzes the concept of Galut, exile of the Jewish people.
Rabbi Avraham Mordechai Hershberg, the past Chief Rabbi of Mexico, relates how the Lubavitcher Rebbe's blessing came true.
Based on the teachings of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, these are eight thoughts - one for each night of Chanukah.
by I. Cohen
A survivor of Auschwitz, the author tells how he managed to celebrate Chanukah despite the hardships involved.
by Sara Levinsky Rigler
How does one transmit to children allegiance to religion? The author analyzes the problem of Jews and intermarriage in a refreshing and insightful way.
by Rabbi Y.Y. Jacobson
The Chanukah Dreidel is more than a mere toy - it has deep meanings and lessons to teach.
Modern Modi'in, halfway between Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, has grown to a city of 30,000 since its rebirth in 1996. Its fascinating ancient ruins tell of the Chanukah story so many years ago.
by Oriana Fallaci
Shame on the world for promoting hatred of Jews.
The Menorah, the oil, the wick, the flames - and their important roles in Chanukah's history.
by Miriam Driker
Jewish genetic diseases can be prevented if the correct steps are taken.
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