Pretty sweet Hanukkah events, plus a chance to hear one of the country’s greatest litigators talk about her work in marriage equality!
So, this is my tribute to Yehudit: a tasty goat cheese appetizer with a strawberry wine reduction. It’s tangy and sweet, with a little kick of heat, just like Yehudit, herself.
At the turn of the 20th century, Jews in America actually celebrated Christmas. Rabbi Jill Crimmings brings us up to speed on what’s happened since.
Liv Augusta Anderson takes us on a DIY tour of, well, one sufganiyot offering in the Twin Cities. But that one… so good.
Chabad is partnering with Israeli students this Hanukkah to bring menorahs, dreidels, sufganiyot and more to Israeli soldiers living on remote army bases. Would you like to help?
We interview Jenna Zark, playwright of The Chanukah Guest, now playing at the Minnesota Jewish Theater Company.
Jessica Griffith feels like her interfaith family is supposed to have a “December dilemma” when it comes to celebrating the holidays, but that’s just not the case.
Nina Badzin argues that there’s a better Jewish holiday to compare to Christmas than Hanukkah, and it’s the one about to happen!
Yes, you heard that correctly.
I remember the time my son told me his father wasn’t Jewish. Technically, I already knew.