Leftover Turkey: What To Do?

Get out there and vote -- for one of eight bloggers' recipes.

Web Editor

Turkey. Those who love it gorge on Thanksgiving and then grow weary as the big bird’s leftovers linger on.

 Yosef Silver, blogger, and his wife Daniella create his recipe for the contest: a stuffed latke. Photo courtesy Yosef Silver.

Prayer: A Path To Gratitude In A Time Of Anxiety

Jewish Week Online Columnist

With Thanksgiving barely a week behind us and Chanukah just ending, it seems a particularly appropriate moment to reflect on this year’s most unusual juxtaposition of sacred and secular celebrations. Beyond the kitsch of “Thanksgivukah,” as so many referred to it, there is a common thread between the two holidays, and it is a significant one. Both are about gratitude.

Rabbi Gerald C. Skolnik is the spiritual leader of the Forest Hills Jewish Center in Queens.

High-Tech Chanukah Gifts

What did you get for Chanukah? Video blogger Aaron Herman takes a look as some innovative Chanukah gifts.

Nissim: "The Black Miracle"

To celebrate the holiday spirit, rapper Nissim released a new video in collaboration with Jewish website

Light Up The Night

Ein Prat Fountainheads of Israel rejoice in the Festival of Lights.

A Chanukah Thank-You To Ed Koch

Special To The Jewish Week

I was listening to the radio the day Ed Koch passed away in February, when I heard a recording of the former New York City Mayor answering a reporter’s question about how he would like his epitaph to read.

Ed Koch, seen here in a video supporting Barack Obama, supported menorahs in public places.

The Maccabeats: "Burn"

The 2013 Maccabeats Chanukah Video, "Burn," originally performed by Ellie Goulding.

Wake Me Up -- Mimamaking

A Chanukah-themed production of Pella Singers and Stand With Us.


Chanukah Story As Anti-Bullying Message

Special To The Jewish Week

Of all the holidays in the Jewish calendar, Chanukah may be the one most beloved by children. It also provides one of the best opportunities for teaching children valuable lessons. Just ask Karin Hershkovitz-Kochavi, an immigrant from Israel, who, along with Denise Kornitz, founded the Yeladudes Theater last year to produce bilingual English-Hebrew shows for youth. Their new show, “The Chanukah Miracle,” helps children to draw from Jewish tradition in order to take charge of their own lives.

A scene from "The Chanukah Miracle." Adam Cohen
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