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Prospect Heights »

Two menorahs placed in public playgrounds were "tampered with" this week, Rabbi Mendy Hecht said.

Prospect Heights »

A second mega-menorah in Manhattan deserves the distinction, a Crown Heights rabbincal court decreed.

Prospect Heights »

The menorahs will be lit in both Manhattan and Brooklyn's Grand Army Plazas.

Upper West Side »

"Whatever he does, he never hides the fact that he’s Jewish," said the store's co-owner.

Yorkville »

The teen was charged with criminal mischief as a hate crime, police said.

Bay Ridge »

A menorah was mangled and knocked down in Bay Ridge early Wednesday morning, residents said.

Yorkville »

The menorah was pushed over twice over the weekend, according to police.

Yorkville »

The Jewish community decided to band together to relight the menorah on Monday night.

St. George »

Staten Island will get in the holiday spirit with several lighting ceremonies this month

Upper West Side »

Local artists and designers have created unique candelabras to celebrate the holiday.

Upper West Side »

From a 25-foot Christmas tree to a Barbie window display, check out the neighborhood's best decorations.

Kensington »

A large menorah was engulfed in flames outside Chabad Lubavitch of Kensington Wednesday.

Midtown »

The world's largest menorah stands at 32 feet tall and weighs 4,000 pounds.

Carnegie Hill »

The Jewish Museum has unveiled "Light My Fire," a menorah-lighting app, just in time for Hanukkah. 

Manhattan »

Still searching for sufganiyot? Got a yen for latkes? There's still time to celebrate Hanukkah.