Special Coverage

May 30, 2013

For some, this is a very sensitive issue. Latkes must have onions, or they simply are not latkes. For others, the mere thought of onion-laden latkes (when everyone knows latkes are meantto be topped with sugar), is nothing less than bone-chilling. Let’s get cooking.CONTINUE »

May 30, 2013

Instead of going to the store and buying the same, old familiar Chanukah cards to send to friends, here’s a great one to make yourself. You Will Need: family photographs that can be cut scissors crayons, markers or colored pencils access to a photocopy machine (preferably one that makes color copies) Directions: Begin by asking CONTINUE »

May 30, 2013

Fold napkins in half, then cut in the shape of a dreidel. Instead of exchanging gifts (which, after all, has nothing to do with the holiday), learn about, then donate to a different charity each evening. See who can create the silliest pretend latke using items around the house. Anything is up for grabs: yellow CONTINUE »

May 30, 2013

Eight Nights Eight Lights: Family Values for Each Night of Chanukah – Olitzky, Kerry Hanukef: Book and Cassette Together: A Child-Parent Kit: Hanukkah A Hanukkiyah for Dina – Cohen, Floreva (In both Hebrew and English) Let’s Sing Chanukah songs – Book and Cassette – Sulkin, Adi Chanukah in Chelm – Adler, David A. It’s Chanukah CONTINUE »

May 30, 2013

You played it when you were little. Your children played it. Your grandchildren will play it. Your great-grandchildren will play it … Yes, it’s great to have a rousing evening of that familiar nun, hey, gimmel, dalet game. But can’t somebody come up with something a little different? You can.CONTINUE »