Wednesday, October 1, 2014 Tishri 7, 5775
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JTA
Some of Chabad's publicly placed menorahs in Utah, Indiana and the Hu ngarian capital of Budapest have been vandalized or stolen.
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Arts/culture editor Greg Salisbury dishes on a recent perk of his job — serving on a panel of judges tasked with choosing the best latke at the Gershman Y's 11th annual potato pancake extravaganza.
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Hundreds gathered at Independence Hall for the 40th anniversary of the first public menorah-lighting ceremony in the world.
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On this last day of Chanukah, enjoy some music videos honoring the Festival of Lights.
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Cnaan Liphshiz, JTA
When a Christian Zionist group in the Netherlands decided to show a symbol of their solidarity with the Jewish people, they set about building a 6-ton Star of David menorah.
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