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Holiday Watch

15 Shevat Celebrated With Good Deeds and Good Food
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‘New Year for Trees’ marked at homes and Chabad centers worldwide
Fire Marshal, FBI Agent Honored at Maryland Menorah Parade
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Chanukah procession of fire trucks honors critical work of first responders
15,000 Public Menorahs Lit to Celebrate Chanukah
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They are put up in places large and small, in front of iconic buildings and in remote settings
Augmented Reality Menorah Transports Chanukah Into a New Dimension
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Tech Tribe, a group for young Jewish professionals, mixes digital with just about everything
Car Menorahs Take to the Streets of Middle America
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South Dakota, Arkansas, Hawaii . . . it’s all part of a growing Chanukah tradition
Up Goes World’s Largest Menorah for 40th Year
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36-foot-high Agam design to attract thousands every night of Chanukah
Chanukah Light Around the World, From the U.S. to Uganda
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Experiencing the joy of menorah-lightings, concerts and coins dropping from the sky
Simchat Torah: The Joy of Dancing With, Reading and Learning From the Torah Anew
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Festive events around the world recall old memories and aim to create new ones
When a Private Sukkah Costs $4 Million, Where Do We Eat?
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How Manhattan’s Upper East Siders do the holiday mitzvahs
In Texas, Florida and Around the World, Jews Embrace Sukkot
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The meaning of temporary shelter resounds even more strongly for some this year
Resiliency at Rosh Hashanah: Hurricane Relief Bands People Together
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Recovery efforts from Houston to the Caribbean foster unity in trying times
With Fewer Young Jews in Synagogue on Rosh Hashanah, Rabbis Take to Public Parks
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Hearing the shofar in unlikely places sparks participation throughout the year
It’s the Month of Elul: Time to Check Mezuzahs and Tefillin
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Practitioners of an ancient and holy art describe their work
New Torah Scrolls, Ancient Traditions, as Shavuot Approaches
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Learning by night, Ten Commandments by day, plus kids’ programs and dairy meals
Recalling a Colorful Chassidic Dairy Farmer
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Zusman Rivkin passed away 10 years ago in Kfar Chabad, Israel, but fond memories survive
Recalling Lag BaOmer 1953, Montreal Rabbi Marches On
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Having taken part in the very first parade, he continues the tradition in Canada
Great-Great-Grandson of First Rabbi in the Dakotas Will Host Passover Seder
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127 years and four generations later, following in the footsteps of family
Antwerp, Malta, Grenada, Russia: Passover Seder Preparations in Full Swing Worldwide
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Buying, selling, cleaning, cooking and getting ready to host countless guests of all ages
Don’t Have a Place at a Seder? There Are 2,756 to Choose From
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Interactive list covers events in more than 600 cities worldwide
All Hands on Deck for a Passover Seder on the ‘U.S.S. Nimitz’
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Aircraft carrier one of many holiday sites for Jewish military personnel stationed worldwide
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