The televangelist had incorrectly tweeted how to light a menorah on Wednesday.
Hanukkah (or Chanukah) starts tonight so it's time for a refresher on the blessings and a new song that came out this year that's perfect for the festivities.
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Rabbi Jeffrey Myers wondered what was going in society that made people think they had a "God-given right" to attack anyone they choose.
Read on for ideas to help you craft a picture-perfect celebration to share with your followers—and, possibly, to help you gain some more.
"'Death to Judah' so the flag says, 'Judah will live forever,' so the light answers," Rachel Posner wrote in German on the back of the photograph.
Sure, Christmas dominates the holiday song charts, but Hanukkah has a few good beats as well.
On Sunday, families and friends will gather together to light their menorahs and remember a miracle that took place thousands of years ago.
Clean out the shamash and heat up the latke pan because it's time to celebrate Chanukah or Hanukkah or perhaps Hannukah.
Though Christmas remains the most commonly celebrated winter holiday across the United States, the Winter Solstice, Hanukkah, and Kwanzaa all add to the season's spirit of joy and festivity.
Hanukkah has already begun, but Christmas, Kwanzaa and the Winter Solstice are all still on the way.
Let us mute our TV sets with their incessant "Buy! Buy! Buy!" commercial message and instead turn to the Good Book.
From robots to tiny drones, this list has you covered.
There's a Hanukkah boy band parody and Hanukkah versions of Ed Sheeran's "Castle on the Hill" and Andra Day's "Rise Up."
Jewish members of the Democratic Party weren't invited to the White House Hanukkah party.
"Your phone's out of battery and, like you, it needs some fucking sleep."