Stephen Colbert reports that Thanksgiving is under attack.
From “The Colbert Report”
Tamar Skowronski’s limited-edition Thanksgivukkah cards are designed to combine the colors and themes of autumn in New England with the whimsical dreidel and concepts of Hanukkah.
When our friends at the Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater Boston asked Governor Deval Patrick to also recognize “Thanksgivukkah” as an official holiday, he was thrilled to oblige. Thanksgivukkah is now officially official in Boston and in Massachusetts!
Combined Jewish Philanthropies (CJP) President Barry Shrage schools us on the real story of Thanksgivukkah.
A Massachusetts native says his “elf envy” led to creating a holiday alternative to “Elf on the Shelf” for Jewish kids during Hanukkah.
From CBS Boston
All you need is a dreidel (a top with four Hebrew letters on its sides), a pot (a bowl of pennies, nuts or candies as a reward), and some friends or family members.
For the record, Canadian Thanksgiving falls on the second weekend in October and has absolutely nothing to do with Native Americans.
In honor of this historic holiday mash-up, Bon Appétit fired up the anti-test kitchen and developed some combo dishes that should never make it onto your dining room tables.
From Bon Appétit
Teachers at Yal-Day-New Day Care Center Inc. share their favorite holiday activities for parents to enjoy with their toddlers at home.
My husband comes from a Christian family, but we’ve decided to raise our family Jewish. With Hanukkah coming up, we were wondering about putting Hanukkah lights up on our house, like my husband used to do. What are the customs around that?