In 2022, Hanukkah begins at sundown on Sunday, Dec. 18 and lasts until sundown on Monday, Dec. 26.
From candle-lighting to Maccabees and latkes to dreidels.
The traditional blessings and procedures for lighting the Hanukkah candles.
Learn how to play this Hanukkah game with our video and written instructions.
The ever-popular potato latke heads the list of traditional, oily Hanukkah treats.
From bonfires to hanging menorahs to an extra candle, here are some lesser-known Jewish Hanukkah traditions from all over the globe.
Whether you want to prepare for the holiday by making Moroccan donuts, join a communal candle-lighting, or learn about the artistry of the Menorah, there is something for you!
External texts from the Second Temple period.
A modern phenomenon that draws on basic Hanukkah beliefs.
The holiday we celebrate today is a rabbinic creation.
Interfaith families struggle to be true to the religions of both parents during the winter holiday season.
Why does the prayer recited on Hanukkah fail to make any mention of the holiday's central miracle?
7 questions and answers about these spinning tops.
Unleash your Hanukkah spirit with these adorably Jew-ish cats, dogs and hamster.
Can't decide what to give your loved ones? We've got ideas!