ח' נרות והלכה כבית הלל... Happy Chanukkah!
Last night marks the beginning of the Jewish "Festival Of Lights"; the celebration of defeating the Greek King, Antiochus, by Judah and the Macabees, and the container of oil that fueled the flame in the Temple for eight consecutinve days and nights.
It's not the most celebrated, nor the most important of holidays on the Hebrew Calender, but, due to its close proximity to the Christian holiday of Christmas, it is often perceived as such. To commemorate this holiday, you'll need a menorah, some candles, a lighter, a yarmulke (if you're a man), and an appetite for latkes, blintzes, and bagels.
So, without further delay, and another tired rendition of "Dreidel, Dreidel, Dreidel" let's all celebrate the next seven nights with some modern Chanukkah Music.