A Facebook friend recently posted a link on her Facebook page to a list of "Eight Questions Gentiles Love Asking About Hanukkah." One of the questions on the list asks, "Do you really get a present every night?"
We all had a good laugh when the word spilled that Scott Walker substituted "Molotov" for "Mazel Tov" in his Hanukkah letter to Frank Gimbel. But you know that Gov. Walker didn't write that letter, right? He didn't even sign it.
Whether they were next to a menorah or under a tree, most of the presents are unwrapped by now and Milwaukee parents weigh in on their thoughts about celebrating more than one December holiday.
In the second installment of this two-part feature, we asked a host of Milwaukee area chefs and restaurateurs about their fondest holiday food memories - their favorite dishes, and the traditions they love.
In this two-part feature, we asked a host of Milwaukee area chefs and restaurateurs about their fondest holiday food memories - their favorite dishes, and the traditions they love.
The holidays are all about spending time with family but Milwaukeeans who can't make it home often creative and satisfying ways to celebrate on their own.
Three months after Laura Schlessinger claimed she was ending her radio show, she's signed a deal to go to satellite radio ... CBS blows up its morning show ... And a Hanukkah classic from Adam Sandler.
There are decorations up all over Downtown and the annual Holiday parade made its way through the city on Saturday. Christmas music is already on the airwaves and stores are already gearing up for the post-Thanksgiving crush. So, Milwaukee, it's time to sound off:
There was a time when I got up in arms over Christmas. I remember feeling left out during band concerts in middle school, or when my public high school put up a Christmas tree. I feel differently now.
Are there enough places to scout out the perfect gifts, or do you need to travel to other cities or shop in cyberspace to cross names off your list? Also, what local non-Christians do on Christmas.
Peter Stemper admits his family's business is the kind that no one thinks about owning and operating. Afterall, who questions where communion wafers come from? Stemper's in Bay View, of course!