Tuesday, July 26, 2016 Tammuz 20, 5776
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By Hilary Danailova
No matter if you have time for a day trip or the means for a trans-Atlantic jaunt, here are four destinations that guarantee a memorable Festival of Lights.
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Jon Marks | JE Staff
Depending upon a number of factors — your bankroll, whether you want to schlep into the city, deal with the crowds at the mall or venture someplace else — there should be something for everybody.
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By Hilary Danailova
From a Jewish historical standpoint, “Chanukah is not primarily about gifts,” noted Rabbi Eli Freedman of Congregation Rodeph Shalom. “The gift-giving custom is a fairly modern invention to try to compete with Christmas.”
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Jason Cohen | JE Staff
Some of the very best gifts out there are the ones you make yourself - or by local artisans.
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Rachel Kurland
For non-Jews, Chanukah has been built up to be perceived as the most important Jewish holiday, even though we all know the High Holidays are the real MVPs.
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