The reason why some people of Caribbean descent enjoy a Jewish staple over the holidays.
Remember that time there was a joke on The Simpsons about Chinese New Year? Or that one Sesame Street episode about a stilts parade? Tonight’s show will add to this holiday canon in a big way.
Sharon Jones, Fetty Wap, Bill Murray, and even goats release Christmas music this season. And it's all good!
Our judge picks a winner in our 30-second holiday short film challenge.
We asked you to distill the holidays into a 30-second short film, and we've received some wonderful entries.
American expats around the world often cast their eyes homeward on Thanksgiving. But for some expats in Paris this year, Thanksgiving will be all about France.
You'll know you're in the right spot when the gravy smells of cumin and ginger, and when the stuffing foregoes bread in favor of basmati rice.
Marisa Kaplan had it all figured out. She flew to Johannesburg with a thawing turkey and turducken in the overhead bin. But then she hit a Thanksgiving brick wall.
In Paris, reporter Adeline Sire is happy to have found the trappings of Thanksgiving in a foreign country. But she's also happy to just see people out on the streets in the wake of the attacks two weeks ago.
All Jenny Slate wants for Hanukkah is for you to make a 30-second holiday film about old people, animals, and/or feasts.
In Portobelo, Panama, a local spin on the Carnival holiday celebrates Africans who escaped from Spanish slavery. But while it features "Diablos" with whips and kids wearing blackface, an American academic who works with locals says it's a powerful, celebratory metaphor.