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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!

Remembering the 10th Anniversary of Sandy Hook and Too Many Others

In the wake of yet another mass murder in Colorado, Club Q in Colorado Springs, as well as other recent mass murders, at the University of Virginia and a Walmart in Virginia, this Dec. 14th marks the 10th anniversary of the Sandy Hook school massacre that galvanized so many of us into action.

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PJ Library Offers Families Everything Necessary for A Lively, Entertaining And Enriching Chanukah

This year, families are invited to turn to PJ Library for a treasure trove of free resources created to ensure Chanukah 2022 is a memorable one; included is an updated Chanukah Hub featuring printable recipes and activity ideas, book lists, a new story-based podcast and so much more!

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Post-Midterms Interfaith Panel: Where Do We Go From Here?

Tuesday night: Following the 2022 midterm elections, we convene public leaders from diverse backgrounds to discuss how we can have more constructive dialogue with people who may be dissimilar to us in an effort to advocate for unity over divisive rhetoric.

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Letter: Spinning Off Into Madness…

But why, what possible reason could Trump have had for allowing lunatic antisemite Kanye West to visit him after all of West’s frightening hate was made public, despite it intentionally being relegated to Tucker Carlson’s cutting room floor?

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Boulder Landmarks to Light the World in Teal for Alzheimer’s Awareness on November 3rd

The Boulder County Courthouse, Boulder Public Library, and Sunrise of Boulder, together with more than 800 other buildings and landmarks around the world, will be lighting up teal on November 3rd to raise Alzheimer’s awareness as part of the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America’s (AFA) Light the World in Teal program. 

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How A Teen, And Her New Book, Are Educating Her Peers About the Holocaust

Like many grandchildren of survivors, Suzette Sheft, 16, grew up hearing the horrific stories of her grandmother’s life during the Holocaust—the Nazis kicking down her door, the anguished separation from her mother in Vienna, the years of fear and dislocation, staying one step ahead of capture and deportation to a concentration camp.

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Letter: The Shame & Antisemitic Ignorance of The Wellesley News Editorial Board

Recently the Editorial Board of the Wellesley News of Wellesley College in an editorial very publicly declared their total support for Omar Barghouti's antisemitic genocidal BDS movement and the Boston Mapping Project which it unequivocally declared to be a "vital service" to the community.

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Avanti F&B Hosts Boulder Author’s Book Signing and Fundraiser

On Wednesday, November 2nd, Sandy will kick off a National Brain Tumor Fundraiser at Avanti F&B on Pearl St. in downtown Boulder by holding a book signing of her new book from 5:00 - 8:00 pm. The fundraiser runs through the weekend and comes with three ways to donate.

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TikTok Holocaust Remembrance Series Reaches Over One Million Views in Less Than 24 Hours

Jewish influencer Montana Tucker, a TikTok sensation with 8.7 million followers, just launched a Holocaust Remembrance series called “How To: Never Forget.” Through the 10-part series on Tucker’s TikTok and Instagram, she retraces her grandparents’ steps through Poland during the Holocaust. Within 24 hours of launching the series, over one million viewers saw the premiere episode on both Instagram and Tiktok.

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Letter: Truly, American Jews Had Better Get Their Act Together.

Kanye West boasted about being able to act without consequences. “I can literally say antisemitic s*** and they [Adidas] cannot drop me," West said on a social media video so it may come as a surprise to him that “Adidas will stop the Adidas Yeezy business with immediate effect.”

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Ahead of Midterms, OneTable Partners with A More Perfect Union to Promote Civic Engagement

OneTable, a national non-profit that empowers young adults (21-39ish) to find, share, and enjoy Shabbat dinners, today announced a partnership with A More Perfect Union, a group focused on organizing and mobilizing the American Jewish community to protect and strengthen American democracy.

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