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They call me "NewsHound IV," because I'm a clever Finnegan, sniffing out stories all over the Boulder area. I love Jewish holidays because the food is GREAT, especially the brisket. Well all the food. I was a rescue pup and glad to be on the scent!

Letter: The Armenian Genocide

The Board of Rocky Mountain Hye [Armenian] Advocates wishes to extend our deep appreciation to our Dean of the Delegation Degette, and Representatives Perlmutter, Neguse and Crow for co-sponsoring H.Res 296 [Affirming the Armenian Genocide].

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AEPi International Seeking New Round of Beneficiaries

Alpha Epsilon Pi, the world’s leading Jewish college fraternity, is looking for new Jewish and Israeli philanthropy beneficiaries to benefit from the fundraising muscle of the International Fraternity’s 185 chapters around the world.

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New Book of Poetry About Jewish Spain

"Souls in the Garden: Poems about Jewish Spain," by Colorado author Henry Rasof, comprises poems inspired by the author's two trips to Spain, in search of voices and traces of medieval and modern Jewish Spain.

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Jewish Population Rises To 14.8 Million Worldwide

Jewish Agency Chairman Isaac Herzog: “The challenges for the new year are combating anti-Semitism and connecting global Jewish youth to Israel.” Jerusalem, September 26, 2019 — As we prepare to welcome the Jewish year 5780, the number of Jews worldwide stands at 14.8 million, compared to 14.7 million in 5779.  Of …

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Visually Impaired Denver Native Visits Israel with Birthright

Israel's flag flying atop Masada.

Nechama (Niki) Zakroff is visually impaired, but she did not let that prevent her from seeing the world. This summer, Nechama participated in a Birthright Israel trip which caters specifically to people with physical handicaps that make it difficult for them to travel.

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JCC Mizel Arts and Culture Center Hosts 23 Events This Fall

Beginning this weekend, the JCC Mizel Arts and Culture Center is hosting 23 events this fall focused on Jewish arts, authors, movies and music, bringing nationally and globally recognized and acclaimed Jewish comics, authors, artists, musicians, actors and producers to Denver.

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Character Day 2019 Launches A Global Technology Shabbat Movement

Character Day, the global phenomenon that brings together millions of individuals and groups in schools, congregations, homes, and companies to engage in character development, this year tackles one of the most universal, urgent questions: how do we create a healthier relationship between humanity and technology?

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