Shabbat Shalom! This has been one of those weeks in the Boulder Jewish community – drama, history, awareness, stars, film, politics and more. Basically everything but weather (and that’s on its way!).
Tip of the week: Passover kiosk is now up at Safeway (can someone please confirm King Soopers? Please leave a comment for us in the comment box below, thanks!). Purim won’t have its own kiosk of course, but hamentashen are starting to appear in local stores as well (we spotted some at Whole Foods at Baseline/Broadway last week). Kosher homemade hamentashen are also available from our friends at Mashu Mashu, the Vaad-supervised caterer who provided very tasty latkes for Ignite Chanukah.
Rest up on Shabbat because there’s more to come this weekend and into next week!
Arts and Culture
Handicapping the Jewish Oscars
A Sex Farce Steeped in Suffering
Barney, a Screen Version of the Shlemiel
From Hopelessness to Hopefulness
Thanks to You, Reflections Rocked
Rumble in the Jungle at Har HaShem
Guests and Blogs
I Am Not a Prisoner in My Home, by Doug Velick
Holocaust Survivors Come to CU
This Week for CU’s Jewish Buffs
EL AL and Israel Welcomes 31 Chilean Miners
4 Questions for @VRPartner’s Michael Joseph
Columnist Al Lewis at Jewish Business Group Meeting
CU Divest Attempt Almost Non-Event