Jmore’s Holiday Guide 2017 features recipe suggestions, a look at Chanukah customs and more Festival of Lights fun. So, let us help you get through the rest of the year in one festive piece.
Chanukah Gift Guide 2017: Holiday shopping, Charm City-style
Here are 8 New Children’s Books for Chanukah: New books sure to kindle the flames of imagination in young readers
Chanukah 101: Answering Some Age-Old, Oft-Asked Questions About Chanukah
How the Cookie Crumbles: The Mondel Broad Bakery is one woman’s celebration of the ‘Jewish biscotti’
Pikesville-Born Farmer Brings Israeli Olive Oil to the Free State: Israeli Harvest brings some of the best organic Israeli olive oil to Maryland.
Of Dosas and Dreidels: Pamela Ehrenberg’s new children’s book blends cultures through food and youthful wonder.
Local Attorney Self-Publishes Debut Children’s Book: “Shlufferville” takes a Seussian approach to Chanukah.
Yo La Tengo: The world’s most famous indie rock Chanukah tradition makes a comeback
From Israel to America: Sephardi Inspiration for Chanukah
Chanukah on Ice: In Budapest, Chanukah Comes Out of the Shadows and Onto the Ice Rink
Sufganiyot Get all the Hype: But this Humble Moroccan Doughnut is Israel’s Chanukah Staple.
Food for the Festival of Lights: This Chanukah, treat your friends and family to an unforgettable, international culinary experience.
Healthy Chanukah: Here’s a Chanukah menu with a lighter touch
Truly a Time for Miracles: As commercialism abounds, the fragile bud of holiday spirit fights for its tiny little life.
Presence More than Presents: Ways to “take back” Chanukah
The ‘Ugly’ Side of Chanukah: Alan Feiler on the ugly sweater trend
A Boy Murdered for his Gelt: 5 unusual Chanukah stories from the past 100 years
Whatever you’re celebrating
Presents of Mind: Jmore staff members share their stories about their favorite, worst and sweetest gifts.
8 Crazy Shopping Events: Here are some holiday markets that will help you avoid the mall.
Party Time! The season’s sexiest looks include slinky slip dresses and shoulder-bearing tops.
Beauty Beat: Get Glitzy: Drink a toast to your most gorgeous and glamorous holiday season ever.
Christmas Trees and Twists of Challah: Isaac “Irvin” Levin made holiday cakes for the goyim.
A-Sham food festival: Christmastime in Haifa means a celebration of Arab food.
To Gift or not to Gift? The proper etiquette for workplace gift-giving.
Find a holiday event in our events calendar!
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