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Hanukkah Celebrations Around Philly

Hanukkah begins December 18th this year, and whether you’re looking for a family-friendly party, a young-professionals gathering, or just an opportunity to eat a pile […]

Be Well Philly

8 Delicious Latke Recipes That Prove You Don’t Need White Potatoes

The traditional latke recipe is pretty simple: two grated Russet potatoes, two eggs, two tablespoons of  flour, and some salt and pepper, mixed up into […]

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10 Ways to Celebrate Hanukkah in Philly

Cocktails and Candles | Thursday, December 22 The Young Friends of the National Museum of American Jewish History (101 South Independence Mall East) are throwing […]

City Life

28 Vintage Photos of Philadelphia During the Holidays

The holiday season always makes me nostalgic for things I’ve never actually had, like that creamy root beer float at the soda fountain in Bedford Falls, or the […]


Celebrating HAN-ukkah with Han Chiang, Bell’s and Terrapin

We’re going to venture a guess here and assume that Chinese dynamo restaurateur Han Chiang is NOT a Jew (in the words of the immortal […]

City Life

10 Things You Might Not Know About Philly’s Jewish Quarter

Hanukkah sneaked up on us yesterday — it’s super-early this year — which got us thinking about Jews’ part in the city’s history. There have been Jews […]


Zahav Hosting Hanukkah Dinner

On Monday, December 7th, Zahav will be hosting a special Hanukkah dinner. Make reservations now for the $50 per person dinner. Michael Solomonov’s menu will include: […]


Happy Hanukkah from Michael Solomonov

Michael Solomonov of Zahav, Abe Fisher, Dizengoff, etc. appears on the above edition of Munchies where he explains how to make a Hanukkah slow roasted short […]

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8 Ways to Celebrate Hanukkah in Philadelphia: Latkepalooza, Festival of Lights, Moo Shoo Jew Show and More

‘Twas the Night Before Hanukkah Don’t miss this fascinating special exhibit that explores the history of Hanukkah and Christmas music and the musicians who made […]

City Life

Philly Needs an All-Chanukah Radio Station

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7s5GY2NY2wY What does Philadelphia radio have against the Jews? For years, we Christ Killers have been subjected to non-stop Christmas music, beginning before Thanksgiving and […]


Latkepalooza and More Spots for Latke Goodness

When Hanukkah time rolls around, we all get excited about different things. For some its the presents, for others the holiday spirit, for many the […]


New Chef’s Counter Menus at Sbraga

Kevin Sbraga has planned some creative and festive tasting menus for his Chef’s Counter. Monday through Thursday the counter holds one seating a night for […]


Hanukkah Happenings Around Town

Looking to celebrate Hanukkah through your stomach? Here are some local spots doing something special for Hanukkah. Zahav – Every night during Hanukkah Zahav is offering […]