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Light The Menurkey, It's Time For Thanksgivukkah
Light The Menurkey, It's Time For Thanksgivukkah

AIR DATE: November 27, 2013

Spin the dreidel, pass the drumstick, and get ready for a holiday that won’t return for another 70,000 - plus years. Tomorrow is Thanksgivukkah, a rare moment in time when the secular food and football holiday and the Jewish festival of lights converge.


Rabbi Sanford Akselrad, Contregation Ner Tamid

Howard Beckerman, planning committee Temple Sinai

Elizabeth White Nelson, UNLV history professor

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