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Jewish pride will be on full display from hardwood to ice

There are times when you feel the struggle is too overwhelming, that you’re getting nowhere. Because every time you surface, a relentless beast inside just pulls you back down again.

But the truth is that as long as you can awaken the light and wisdom of your soul, the beast will stay at bay.

That is simply the nature...

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I watched my father, encloaked not in a red cape but in a weathered, white tallit, a joyful Chassidic melody on his lips.
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G-d, how long?!
– Psalms 90:13
Cain Kills Abel (3720 BCE)
The first murder in history occurred on the 25th of Kislev in the year 41 from creation (3720 BCE)... Read More »
Mishkan completed (1312 BCE)
The vessels, tapestries, wall sections and other components of the Mishkan (the portable sanctuary or... Read More »
Chanukah Miracle (139 BCE)
On the 25th of Kislev in the year 3622 from creation, the Maccabees liberated the Holy Temple in... Read More »
R. Chizkiah Medini (1904)
Kislev 25 is the yahrtzeit (date of passing) of Rabbi Chaim Chizkiah Medini (1832-1904), author of... Read More »
Today is the first day of the eight-day festival of Chanukah. In commemoration of the miracle of the... Read More »
Special prayers of thanksgiving -- Hallel (in its full version) and V'Al HaNissim -- are added to the... Read More »
On Chanukah we eat foods fried in oil—such as latkes (potato pancakes) and sufganiot (doughnuts) ... Read More »
It is customary to play dreidel—a game played with a spinning top inscribed with the Hebrew letters... Read More »
It is an age-old custom to distribute gifts of Chanukah gelt ("Chanukah money") to children on... Read More »
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