New York Times

"In Interfaith Homes, Dealing with the December Dilemma"

by Andy Newman, New York Times

In this article the author discusses the 'December Dilemma' and the complicated decision that many Jewish and interfaith families face when deciding whether or not to have a Hanukkah bush  or tree topper for the holidays.

In discussing the many alternatives, the author singles out the Menorah Tree as a fun new way of expanding your Hanukkah decorations.

One of the most creative compromises can be found in the home of Michael Patchen of Greenwich: a seven-foot-tall “Menorah Tree,” with nine oversize candelabra stems, each vined with evergreen foliage and decorated with ornaments."

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