It’s goofy, tone-deaf and weird. In other words, a total airball.
With the holiday season underway there are a lot of kids out there who are expecting a lot of presents. There are also a lot of parents who are wondering how they can avoid drama when their children don’t get everything that they want.
Cheap jewelry, fitness equipment and cleaning supplies are among the top gifts to avoid, according to some shopping experts.
To give us a taste of some holiday favorites, Chef David Kolotkin hit The Couch to share his recipes. He showed us how to make apple fritters dipped in chocolate, along with spiked apple sauce.
While much of the temple around it was destroyed, the menorah was not and became a true symbol of Chanukah, which marks the Jewish people’s struggle for religious freedom.
With Chanukah underway CBS 2′s Tony Tantillo is ready to whip up a hot plate of Potato Latkes.
New York City was set to start the celebration of Chanukah Saturday evening with the ceremonial lighting of a 32-foot-tall memorial at the southeast edge of Central Park.
At Bethel Nursery School, the kids are learning all about Chanukah, which marks the Jewish people’s struggle for religious freedom.
For Chanukah this year, we’ve taste-tested the best latkes in New York City. Here’s where to find them.
With the holidays right around the corner, there is a goal on Staten Island to have the biggest toy drive that New York has ever seen.
Police in New Jersey are looking for the vandals who painted swastikas outside of synagogues in Hackensack and Maywood.
The festival of lights began at sundown, and is observed for eight nights. It commemorates the rededication of the holy temple in Jerusalem in the 2nd Century.
The festival of lights begins at sundown, and is observed for eight nights.
In modern times, people celebrate Chanukah by lighting the menorah, spinning the dreidel for gelt and eating oil-rich foods such as potato pancakes—also known as latkes. Here are 4 ways you can celebrate Chanukah in New York City.
At the St. George Staten Island Ferry Terminal, not a Christmas tree nor menorah nor nativity scene can be seen. You would never know it’s the holiday season.