Shabbat shalom! We hope you are enjoying your Chanukah celebrations (and keeping warm!)
Our thoughts and prayers continue to be with our brothers and sisters under attack in Israel, Ukraine, and the women of this country.
Stay warm, stay safe and stay healthy!
Here are stories from the last week:
- Column: Palestinians Dread What They Have Wrought (12/22/2022) - Most American Jews and possibly almost half the Israeli electorate would concur with my neighboring diners that Ben-Gvir and Smotrich could be disasters waiting to happen. I do not sympathize with those diners or Palestinians as a society, though I certainly fear for peaceful, rational Arabs caught in the middle. Continue Reading
- Chanukah Skates Into Night 3 in Louisville (12/20/2022) - Boulder County Jews again showed their flexibility as a good crowd showed up two nights "early" at Winterskate in Louisville for a rescheduled "Chanukah on Ice" Tuesday night. Continue Reading
- Letter: The Antisemitic Fallacy of “Israel Apartheid” (12/20/2022) - At "progressive" cocktail parties, at "mideast studies programs" across America and among mainstream media "mideast experts," the phrase "Israel apartheid" is always applauded. Continue Reading
- Boulder Menorah Lighting Shifted to BJCC After Sunshine Wildland Fire Warnings (12/19/2022) - After a wildfire evacuation order was set near downtown Boulder, the Grand Menorah Lighting shifted to the Boulder JCC for indoor fun! Continue Reading
- Learn About NaviG8 – A Unique Program for 8th Graders at the Boulder JCC (12/20/2022) - If you have a teen currently in the 8th grade who is seeking a group of Jewish peers, NaviG8 at the Boulder JCC is the place for them. Learn more about the information session coming in January. Continue Reading
- Chanukah on Ice Rescheduled to Tuesday Night (12/19/2022) - Join us as we honor Louisville Lamplighters Sheryl Buchman and her family on Tuesday afternoon, December 20. Continue Reading
Arts and Culture
- Denver Mom Featured in First App Exclusively Tailored for Jewish Women (12/22/2022) - Denver native Carley Brooks was selected as one of the dozens of Jewish women from around the world to share their story on Yomm, a website and complimentary app launched by the Momentum organization. Continue Reading