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This week, cookbook author Faye Levy shares the importance of oil to Hanukkah: "As a child in Hebrew school, I was taught the story of the Hanukkah miracle: When the Jews in the land of Israel defeated the foreigners, the priests seeking to rekindle the...
Tags: Lifestyle and Leisure, Hanukkah, Israel, Potato Kugel, Judaism
The Chicago Symphony Orchestra does a thorough job bringing to local attention gifted young conductors who are creating a stir in the podium world. The latest to make his debut on the subscription series is Vasily Petrenko, the 36-year-old chief conductor...
The Yale University Art Gallery held a press walk-through Tuesday of its newly renovated and expanded exhibition spaces. Because of the size of the renovation, by necessity, it was a speedy walk-through, not stopping for long in any one gallery. The...
Tags: Renovation, Artists, Christianity, Italy, Malaysia
Allie Marie Burden Plummer, 98, passed away Wednesday, Nov. 21, 2012. She was born May 22, 1914, in Fordsville, Ky., to the late Mary Dora Wiloughby and Jeff E. Burden, and was the wife of the late James Plummer. Mrs. Plummer was a faithful member...
L.A. NOWProtestants, who have played a central role in the nation’s founding and development, no longer make up a majority of Americans for the first time in history, according to a new study released Tuesday....
The Religion WorldAn investigation by the Southern Baptist Convention's Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission into the racially charged comments by Richard Land concluded with two reprimands and the cancellation of Land's weekly radio program, reports Christianity Today....
The Religion WorldReligion News Service reporter Chris Lisee writes about a new study that suggests megachurch services create a spiritual “high”: Maybe religion really is the opiate of the masses – just not the way Karl Marx imagined. A University of...
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L.A. NOWIn two days, Southern Californians will get to celebrate “Good Wednesday.” No, it's not a religious event, but a day when the scorching, humid temperatures that have afflicted the region for the better part of two months give us a......
The Religion WorldThe family that owns the Hobby Lobby gifts-and-crafts chain plans to give away a 217-acre campus originally intended for the C.S. Lewis College in Massachusetts. The college failed to materialize and now the Green family is planing to give it away to...
World NowThe mayors of Modiin, a mixed religious-secular city, and the adjacent Modiin-Ilit, an ultra-Orthdox settlement located just over the West Bank's Green Line, are threatening to ban one another’s residents from entering their respective parks,...
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