An excerpt about December holidays from Jane Larkin's book From Generation to Generation
Sharing does not always come naturally, but it's essential during the December holidays when you and your partner have different ways of celebrating.
Brianne, who grew up in an interfaith family, has her last Christmas meal, and wonders if she'll miss it after all.
At Christmastime, these righteous and generous partners in our midst are reminded of what they have given up. This year, let us acknowledge their contribution to strengthening our people. Let's remember to say thank you, not to take their involvement for granted.
All over the country, volunteer parents are visiting their child's classrooms and representing the entire Jewish people in 15 minutes or less. If this is you, here are some suggestions to make your visit educational, fun and positive.
Easy Hanukkah recipe for the Sephardic treat bu˝uelos, donuts.
Since Hanukkah was about spending time together when I was a kid, that's what we're doing with our family now.
How to play the Hanukkah dreidel game! Plus, the meaning of the letters on the dreidel: what they stand for in Hebrew and how their Yiddish meaning shapes the game's rules.
The surprising history of the Christmas wreath, with a Jewish Hanukkah twist.
Hanukkah recipes compiled from previously published articles.