How to light the menorah
The history, the observances, and the inner signifincance of this--in 300 words.
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Based on the teachings of the Lubavitcher Rebbe
What does Chanukah actually commemorate?
By Samantha Barnett
Good teachers inspire us to grow. By expecting the best from us, they make us better.
By Shmuel Kogan
When Pharaoh had his two dreams (Genesis ch. 41), he wasn't short of interpretations and meanings...
By Stacey Goldman
Imagine if we were able to take a half an hour out of our day and just sit and relax, completely guilt free. And yet, for eight straight days this is exactly what we are commanded to do...
A condensation of the weekly Torah portion alongside select commentaries culled from the Midrash, Talmud, Chassidic masters, and the broad corpus of Jewish scholarship.
By Elana Mizrahi
It seems that every year the dreidel-makers try to outdo themselves.
By Tzvi Freeman
With the aid of a 3D molecular printer, Ari may have replicated the original Chanukah miracle. Or has he? Just how paradoxical is this miracle?
Simple-to-follow instructions on how to do the mitzvah of lighting the menorah on Chanukah.
By Mushky Yiftach
Learn how to turn a roll of duct tape into a beautiful purse to hold your Chanukah gelt and other money.
By Yitta Halberstam and Judith Leventhal
Surrounded by strangers, he was afraid to strike a match or recite a blessing for fear of calling undue attention to himself and his family.
By Shlomo Lewis
One man’s search for his buried treasure.
By Miriam Szokovski
Are you a traditionalist at heart? This recipe is for you.
The Chanukah picture expresses the quintessence of the pure oil in our souls.
Everything you could ever want to cook for Chanukah!
By Mindy Rubenstein
Large-scale public Chanukah events will light up more sports stadiums and arenas across America than ever this year, part of Chabad’s worldwide Chanukah campaign, which is expected to reach more than half of the world’s Jewish population.
In western Pennsylvania, a 13-year-old exemplifies what generosity and Jewish values are all about.
By Faygie Levy
Aleph Institute toy drive brightens the holiday for youngsters.
By Faygie Levy
Honoring Florida native Steven Sotloff, who worked to bring more light into the dark places of the world.
By Menachem Posner
Shlomo Lichtenberg is doing something he always wanted, and now has the time, to do.