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Judah Tarlin, 4, watched his father melt the bottoms of the candles so they would stick in the menorah.

Hanukkah: It's big. And it's beginning to look less like Christmas

Many Jews seeking more traditional ways to celebrate

By Charles A. Radin
Globe Staff / December 18, 2005

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Sam Tarlin grew up a secular Jew in Wellesley, with a menorah and Hanukkah presents in the living room and sometimes a stocking for Santa to fill hanging from an old fireplace in the cellar. Sarah Miller celebrated Christmas with her Presbyterian family in Baltimore. (Full article: 1213 words)

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