Results tagged with 'hanukkah'
Published Dec. 5, 2013
'Tis the season to be jolly. But what does it mean for something ike a city or a county? What makes the Milwaukee family jolly or happy? As the old year leaves at the end of holiday season Dave Begel is trying to get a handle on what we need to be a happy place.
Published Dec. 28, 2012
Whether they were next to a menorah or under a tree, most of the presents are unwrapped by now and Milwaukee parents weigh in on their thoughts about celebrating more than one December holiday.
Published Dec. 22, 2011
In the second installment of this two-part feature, we asked a host of Milwaukee area chefs and restaurateurs about their fondest holiday food memories - their favorite dishes, and the traditions they love.
Published Dec. 15, 2011
In this two-part feature, we asked a host of Milwaukee area chefs and restaurateurs about their fondest holiday food memories - their favorite dishes, and the traditions they love.
Published Dec. 8, 2010
Velia Tarnoff -- wife of OnMilwaukee.com publisher Andy Tarnoff and a friend of mine -- recently posted a link on her Facebook page to a list of "Eight Questions Gentiles Love Asking About Hanukkah." One of the questions on the list asks, "Do you really get a present every night, and if you do, is it just like socks?"
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For centuries, the lights of the Hanukkah menorah have inspired hope and courage. They may have also been responsible for inspiring then-General George Washington to forge on when everything looked bleak when his cold and hungry Continental Army camped at Valley Forge in the winter of 1777/8.
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