Rabbis in Silicon Valley have been known to strap a menorah to a Tesla and light up glow-in-the-dark candelabras during Hanukkah.
Not to be outdone, Chabad of Sunnvyale Rabbi Yisroel Hecht has hired a master ice sculptor on Tuesday afternoon to chisel an eight-pronged menorah out of a solid block of ice in honor of the Jewish Festival of Lights.
Enter Mark Davis, an award-winning ice sculptor, who took out his chain saw and created a soon-to-be-melted masterpiece in 90 minutes.
Davis said he's got to work fast in California weather. "They've got to look like crystal," he said, "not clunky."