Blog Roundup: Talking With Kids About Tragedy, Holiday Party That Won't Break the Bank

The Local Voices community is diverse, interesting and always provocative.

As it's one of the busiest times of years, it's hard to keep up with the growing number of Local Voices blogging on Patch.

To help, Patch offers up a listing of the most recent postings. It's easy to blog and offers a great way to share expertise, insight and whatever your passion happens to be.

Talking to Your Children About the Tragedy in Connecticut

  • Rabbi David Ross Senter

This article offers talking points to assist parents in addressing their children's concerns and fears.

The Chanukah Battle: Which Side Is Winning?

  • Rabbi Irwin Huberman

The festival of Chanukah celebrates the victory of Jewish traditionalists over the forces of assimilation. Twenty two hundred years later, how is the battle going?

Growing Up on Long Island

  • Long Island Museum

Growing up on Long Island and elsewhere, times have changed. Share your memories of childhood.

Nine Tips to Help Someone Grieving during the Holidays

Here are some tips to help someone grieving during the holidays.

Don't Break the Bank on a Great Holiday Party

Here are some tips to throw a rockin' holiday party on a budget.

Review: Broken Angel by Gary William Murning

  • Christina Fifield-Winn
  • Dec 13, 2012

The author taps into our darkness, and an immediate kinship is formed with the tortured souls on the page.


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