Hanukkah is the only Jewish holiday without preparation. Here’s why.
As the humble dreidel proves, the story we know isn’t even half the story of Hanukkah
Rokhl’s Golden City: The joy of Hanukkah candles
Hanukkah’s increasing popularity in the 20th century coincided with a new look for the holiday’s menorahs
This year, I decided to decorate our house for the holiday. Why should the gentiles have all the fun?
In the Southern Hemisphere—from Australia to South Africa to Latin America—Jews celebrate the Festival of Lights in the middle of summer, so it can look a little different than it does up north. Fewer icicles, more sand between your toes.
The popular video game lacks most items you’d want to create a Jewish space. But with some creative repurposing, you can get your virtual home ready for the holiday.
How American homes came to embrace mass-produced Hanukkah decorations
Another Time, Another Way: Tablet Magazine’s Hanukkah album, remixed versions of holiday and Jewish classics
The best of this year’s chanukiahs, the menorahs used for Hanukkah, are beautiful, sometimes clever, and occasionally poignant
Tablet Magazine’s picks for this year’s most enlightening Hanukkah menorahs
A visit to a Hong Kong dreidel manufacturer
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