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Refusenik Program Makes Local Connections

The screening of the film "Refusenik," part of the BJCC's Festival of Books and Culture, combined a great film with local eyewitness accounts of the movement to free Soviet Jewry. Click headline to read more.

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Boulder Welcomes Rebecca Rubin

Award-winning author Jacqueline Dembar Greene spoke to a sold-out crowd of girls, parents, and their historical doll friends at the Boulder JCC on Sunday afternoon.

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MoVeRs: 2 Programs with Anna Shternshis

Anna Shternshis is an assistant professor of Yiddish and Transnational and Diasporic Studies at the University of Toronto, Canada. Click on the headline for more details.

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Question for a Snowy Day

Readers, help us out on this one. According to Yelp.com, there are over 100 coffee/tea shops in the greater Boulder area – including Longmont, Louisville, Superior, Lafayette, Broomfield and Nederland.   On a day like today, at which coffee/tea place are you most likely to run into your Jewish friends?  Click …

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Festival of Books and Culture Starts this Sunday

The Boulder Jewish Community Center's Festival of Books and Culture opens on Sunday, November 1. Art, film, music, food, books and authors - something for everyone! Click the headline for more info, including the only on-line list of book fair hours.

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Art Show Reception and Film Sunday Night

The Boulder JCC's Festival of Books and Culture presents two programs on Sunday night, November 1, both held at the Boulder JCC, 3800 Kalmia Avenue, Boulder.Click the headline for more information.

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Doll Tea Party Sold Out

The Festival of Books & Culture at the Boulder JCC begins Sunday, November 1 with a sold-out event, "Welcoming Rebecca Rubin: Doll Tea Party." Click the headline for more information about Rebecca.

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Idan Raichel Tickets Available

Menorah still has a few tickets to the Idan Raichel Project concert at DU’s Newman Center on Thursday, Nov. 5. The tickets are $33.50 (no service fee!) for third row mezzanine. Call Kathryn at 303-998-1021, or email kathryn@boulderjcc.org. To find out more about the hottest Israeli world music band, visit …

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An Informal List of Jewish Inventions, Innovations and Radical Ideas

From Kathryn Bernheimer's presentation on why Jews have been innovators in disproportionate numbers at "Smashing the Idols: A Teach-in and Launch of MoVeRs".

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AJC Brings Israel Cabinet Minister Landau October 27

Israel's Minister of Infrastructure Uzi Landau will speak on "Israel: Today and Beyond: Energy and Innovations, Hamas, Iran and Regional Conflicts". Minister Landau's remarks will be introduced by Dr. Jonathan Adelman, Professor of International Studies at the University of Denver.

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ISIME Brings Dr. Gershon Baskin to Boulder, Denver

ISIME, the Institute for the Study of Israel in the Middle East, announced today that Dr. Gershon Baskin will be speaking at CU-Boulder and at the University of Denver in early November. The topic of Dr. Baskin's lecture will be "Peace Education in Israel/Palestine". The talk will be free and open to the public.

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B’YahadTREX: 2-Cool Israel Trips for 2010

B’YahadTREX is gearing up for 2 Israel Trips in 2010: April 18 – 26  ZOOM IN™  Israel through your lens. Photography explorations & workshops for hobbyists, amateurs & pros lead by a Israeli professional photographers. Fieldwork in the Negev, Tel Aviv & Jerusalem and a day in the West bank. Focus on multiple images of diverse, modern …

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Food, Sustainability & Jewish Life

Hazon has just received grants from Rose Community Foundation and Oreg Foundation to promote a new Jewish food movement in Denver/Boulder, including mobilizing volunteers interested in the intersection of Judaism, sustainability and food.

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