Hanukkah

When Should Christmas Decorations Come Down?

When Should Holiday Decorations Be Taken Down?

Over it! Bring those Holiday decorations down! When is the absolute latest that the decorations can stay up or is there even a deadline in your household?
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Gift Giving Traditions

Gift Giving Traditions

No matter what you celebrate, most families have their traditions around gift giving. No matter what you call it - gift exchange, white elephant, nasty Christmas, or something else - it's likely a memorable experience.
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On Hanukkah, We Eat Latkes!

Hanukkah is the festival of lights. We celebrate the miracle of the oil lasting 8 days when it was only supposed to last one. SO to honor oil, we fry lots of food. And indulge in those fried foods. Potato Pancakes are one of those foods, otherwise known as LATKES. It's a super quick recipe, it just...
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Holla For Challah!!

Hanukkah is here!!!!(on December 2) and it's not a real Hanukkah without challah. It's not a real Jewish holiday unless you have challah at the table. EXCEPT FOR PASSOVER, NO BREAD ALOUD FOR THAT. But that's a different story. As a kid, I didn't like many foods,(shocking, I know) so I lived off of...
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When do you start your holiday shopping?

When Do You Start Your Holiday Shopping?

It feels like Halloween is so long ago and it’s nearly Thanksgiving at this point. Won’t be long until it’s Christmas (or Hanukkah – we see you, Producer Dave!). For this edition of In The Mix , we wanted to ask our DJs when they start their holiday shopping, here’s what they had to say! Elizabeth...
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Happy Hanukkah! Let's Play Dreidel

Today is the first night of Hanukkah, and Elizabeth, Radar & Producer Dave play sopme classic Jewish games to celebrate. Producer Dave also teaches us about the menorah and the significance of this holiday.
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I Ain't no CHALLAH Back Girl

Christmas is creeping up on us, but so is Hanukkah! Our Producer Dave made some homemade Challah, a traditional Jewish bread, and taught us a few things about Judaism. Did you know we are actually in the year 5777, or that Hanukkah can be spelled many ways? -Wes & Elizabeth
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