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The Stories We Choose to Tell at the Boulder Jewish Film Festival Espouse Harmony

Two films bookend the film festival with stories of Jewish immigrants influencing popular culture and instituting social change.

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Israeli Role in Global Environmental Solutions Brings ‘Sustainability To the Nations’

In a world where clean water is becoming increasingly scarce, a new documentary is highlighting the Israeli role in the international effort to counter that trend. See it at the Boulder Jewish Film Festival.

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Music@theJ Presents Tribute Concert to Living Legend Stephen Sondheim

music@theJ celebrates the 70-year career of "musical theater’s greatest lyricist, full stop"

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Now Open in New York, “To Dust” Is the Boulder Jewish Film Festival’s Most Provocative Title

The director and star of "To Dust" explain their personal connections to the strange script.

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Carole King Enjoys the National Spotlight While Boulder JCC Plays Tribute

An interview taped just hours before introduced Music@theJ's Carole King tribute concert.

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Buddhist Jew’s Spiritual Journey into the Holocaust

Early on in Ellen Korman Mains’s compelling account of her spiritual journey as the child of survivors to make sense of the Holocaust, she observes the irony that one schooled by Buddhism to live in the present could make it her life’s work to grapple with demons of the past. Author talk at Boulder Book Store in January.

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Klezmania Adds a Musical Multicultural Kick: Gypsy Music

ACE's third annual Christmas Eve Party, Klezmania features a fusion of Klezmer and Gypsy music, with optional Chinese food.

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