Complete Guide to Hanukkah in Brooklyn
When is the 1st Day of Hanukah Menorah Candle Lighting? 2011,2012,2013,2014,2015
Jewish holidays start in the evening, so when people say "the first day" of Hanukkah, it can be confusing. Is it the first day, or the first night? It's important in Brooklyn, because there's a sizable Jewish population in this borough of New York City who observe this centuries-old year-end holiday. Find out when to light the first candle of...
The Humble Spud Gets Dressed Up - Brooklyn Locavore Latke Festival & Cook Off
The fanciful, fattening, foodie event known as the Third Latke Festival and Cook Off, held at BAM right before Hanukkah in 2011, is a new Brooklyn-born food institution. It's part of the farm-to-table food revolution that's helped create a buzz about Brooklyn locavore cuisine.
Latkes to Write Home About: Brooklyn's Best Latkes To Eat Out, or Take Home
Latkes, the traditional Jewish Hanukkah food, aren't hard to find in Brooklyn. They are standard fare at Polish restaurants, Jewish delis and some Russian restaurants, too. But the question is, where are the borough's best latkes? Find out where to go for a latke meal, or to order in dozens for your at-home Hanukkah party.
Hanukkah Events in Brooklyn, New York
Hanukkah Events in Brooklyn: What's happening for Hanukkah in Brooklyn? Find out about special things to do with friends and family, whether you live here, or are visiting from Manhattan or Minneapolis, Milano or Kfar Masaryk. Eat latkes, see menorahs being lit in public plazas, and go to community Hanukkah parties. After all, it's Brooklyn!...
Latkes for Thanksgiving? Super-Early, Hanukah Falls Before Thanksgiving in 2013
It's hard to believe, but in 2013, the eight day Jewish holiday of Hanukah begins before Thanksgiving. Take a peek at the odd configuration of the 2013 holiday season, and what it might mean for shopping and retailers.
Brooklyn Hanukkah Guide
How is Hanukkah celebrated in Brooklyn, New York? Find out when to celebrate, where to find public menorah lightings, where to shop, and get tips for non-Jewish friends who want to celebrate the holiday with you!
When Are Hanukkah Menorah Lightings at Brooklyn's Grand Army Plaza & Boro Hall?
Hanukkah is the Festival of Lights. And, appropriatelyl, in Brooklyn, you can attend a public celebration, a lighting of a public menorah. Find out where and when to join a menorah lighting in celebration of Hanukkah in Brooklyn.
8 Hanukkah Do's & Don'ts for Non-Jews: What to Give Jewish Friends for Hanukkah
So you want to get your Jewish friend a Hanukkah gift? When and what should you buy as a holiday present for person who celebrates Hanukkah? Here are 8 "do's and don'ts" for the Hanukkah gift giver.
Locavore New York—Chefs & Judges of the Latke Fest at Brooklyn Academy of Music
Who's making gourmet latkes in New York City? Find out who the chefs (and judges) were of the pre-Hanukkah Latke Festival in Brooklyn, New York. They include some of Brooklyn (and Manhattan's) most innovative cooks.
When is the Last Night of Hanukkah? When is Chanukah Over?
Hanukkah, the Jewish Festival of Lights, lasts for eight days and nights. When is the last night of Hanukkah? When is it over? When is the last moment for giving a Hanukkah gift during the actual holiday? Here's a calendar for 2011,2012,2013,2014,2015.
Brooklyn Boasts Worlds Biggest Hanukkah Menorah, but Chabad Menorahs Abound
Where is the biggest Hanukkah menorah in the world? Is it in Brooklyn? How big is it? And where in the world are other huge outdoor menorahs for globe trotting Brooklyn residents who celebrate the holiday?