Shabbat shalom! That noise you’ve been hearing the last couple of days around Boulder County is the annual summer Mommy Dance as kids go back to school in the Boulder Valley School District…
In other news, with the month of Elul starting on Saturday night after Shabbat, we are starting to see the community get ready for the High Holidays, which start this year on Sunday, September 16th. With this week’s Week in Review, BJN will be highlighting High Holiday-related articles in their own section. We have also added two Elul-related sections to our right sidebar, #BlogElul and Jewels of Elul 2012. We have also updated our High Holidays page.
We also encourage you to post your thoughts and feelings at this time of year, either as comments to our posts or in your post as one of our community authors. If you’ve been thinking about starting a blog as part of your New Year’s resolutions, we would be happy to have you join our 200+ community contributors.
Have a great weekend, and enjoy these posts from this week:
Arts & Culture
Sure, Fair Trade Sounds Like a Jewish Value, But Why?
Transformative Torah Teaching Moments in Film
God’s Prayer – Special Selichot Performance and Service
Preparing Mind, Body and Soul for the Days of Awe
7 Habits of Highly Effective Jewish Teens
Maccabi Athletes Return to Boulder
Chicken Soup For The Family’s Soul
Parashat Eikev: Teen D’var Torah
Sara-Jane Cohen Honored by ADL