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Articles Filed Under “Chanukah”
NFL Kicker Surprises Minneapolis Young Professionals
Fresh off kicking a game-winning field goal, Vikings’ kicker Greg Joseph surprised the crowd at a Chabad’s Young Jewish Professionals event Tuesday night when he…
Is This Chanukah Story Too Violent For Children?
“Chanah and Her Seven Sons” is a classic Chanukah tale. It is a story of faith, courage, and resilience. But is also a story of…
How To Chanukah
The Menorah On each of the eight nights of Chanukah, this year beginning November 28 through December 6, we light the menorah. Here, in a…
When Kids Are The Lone Menorah
Jewish students at secular primary schools all over the country face daily challenges to their cultural and religious identities.
Traditional Meets Unconventional: The World’s First Ever Chile Menorah Inaugurated in Santa Fe, New Mexico
Jewish tradition fuses with authentic New Mexican flavor in the “chile capital of the world”
Helicopters, Firetrucks, and Menorahs – Oh My!
For Chabad Rebbetzin Sarah Barash, dropping chocolate coins from a helicopter creates powerful educational moments
Do Menorahs Belong in the Public Square?
The public menorah has become a ubiquitous symbol at shopping malls, parks and public spaces the world over. But arguments over holiday displays and the…
Virtual Hugs for the Hospitalized
Rachel* clutched the package close to her chest, in her room at Morristown Medical Center. In the hospital for a month as she is treated…
Music, Light, and Love for US Troops
It began with a little music.  Chaplain to the Iron Rangers and Rabbi on Post at Fort Riley Army Installation in North Central Kansas, Rabbi…
A Little Boy Who Lit up His Town
“Why is there no menorah in Chadwick Lake Park next to the tree?” five-year-old Brandon asked. His Dad was impressed by the kid's thoughtfulness, but…
Chanukah in the Time of Covid
In line with local COVID guidelines, Chabad communities around the world will be giving the 2,215-year-old traditions of Chanukah a 2020 twist.
Seven Menorahs in North East, London: A Grateful Man Gives Back
When Grant was a child in the sixties, living in Stamford Hill, in a non-observant home just two streets away from the Lubavitch Foundation of…
At 100, Vet Who Fought The Nazis Lights Menorah For The First Time
When the rabbi visited Yeffim Isakovich at his home on Thursday, the fifth night of Chanukah, to celebrate the Red Army Veteran’s 100th birthday, Yeffim…
A Rock From Dachau At A Massachusetts Menorah
He ran to his car parked nearby and I wondered what he could possibly be giving me. He returned with a small lucite box that…
Fun Chanukah Quiz!
Jewish tradition employs candle lighting to mark many important events, significant dates and Shabbat and festivals. Lighting candles is central to the observance of Chanukah.…
Contested In The Courts, Public Menorahs Now Inspire Unity
High ranking Government officials in just about every important capital in the world are honored to participate in these public events.
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