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Local Writer’s Movie Opens in Boulder: “Equity”

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Financed largely by women who have experienced success and overcame barriers over their years on Wall Street, they said over and over again that "Equity" is a story that should and needed to be told.

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Make Plans with ACE for Christmas Eve and First Night of Chanukah

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Klezmania - a program blatantly stolen from Denver's wildly popular Christmas Eve concert - features Chinese food, of course, and local musicians showcasing klezmer's many styles.

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Tribute to the Late Fyvush Finkel z”l at “Deli Man” Screening

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On Thursday evening August 18th Fyvush Finkel z"l will appear on the big screen in the documentary "Deli Man" being shown at the Westminster Promenade AMC.

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The Cultural Phenomenon of Pokémon GO, Part 2: What is Pokémon GO All About?

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In Part 2 of 2, we take a look at what makes Pokemon GO so appealing to fans and newcomers alike and about how the game itself works.

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The Cultural Phenomenon of Pokémon GO, Part 1: What Is a Pokémon, Anyway?

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You may have already heard of the recently-released game called Pokémon GO. In this two-part series, BJN's Pop Culture reporter will explain it all to you.

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Follow Your Nose This Sunday

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Have you ever tasted a real haimish Potato Knish or a GOOD Kosher hot dog and hamburger? Don’t miss this yearly opportunity on Sunday.

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“No, YOU Move”: Captain America, Anti-Semitism, and #JewishComicsDay

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It has not been a good week for Captain America. Let me fill you in on the fiasco that’s been lighting up the Marvel universe lately.

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Sylvain Hayoun Shares His Family’s Story of Exile From Tunisia

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Sylvain Hayoun, who was among the 850,000 Jews forced into exile from Muslim lands, left behind the ghosts of a community that dates back thousands of years.

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