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They call me "NewsHound III," because I'm a smart Cookie, 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 adopted from the Humane Society of Boulder Valley and have many friends there also looking for homes.

Al Steinberg z”l

Al Steinberg passed away this morning at Boulder Community Hospital after falling into a coma on Thursday night. There will be a memorial service tomorrow (Sunday, June 28th) at 4pm at Bonai Shalom, preceding a burial in New Jersey on Tuesday. We wish strength and comfort to his wife Elaine, …

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2009 Boulder Jewish Festival Rocks Out!

Boulder celebrated the 15th annual Jewish Festival on the Mall in spite of some mid-day rain on Sunday, June 7th. All five bands scheduled to play performed to good-sized crowds under the tent and on the mall. Video from Daily Camera coverage. More pictures are posted at the Festival site and the Daily Camera.

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21 Colorado and Wyoming Schools Earn Designation as No Place for Hate®

Date: April 29, 2009 From Colorado Springs to Laramie and from Durango to Platteville, 21 schools have spent the 2008-9 school year working to earn their designations as No Place for Hate®. April and May have been punctuated by ceremonies celebrating these designations. Yesterday, Rangeview High School became the first school in …

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AJC Condemns Renewed UCU Boycott Call

AJC strongly condemned the University and College Union (UCU) of the United Kingdom for promoting a series of measures in support of boycotting Israel.

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AJC’s Harris Latest Piece on Iran

The Christian Science Monitor May 28, 2009 Don’t let Iran cross the nuclear threshold By David Harris New York – While there is a broad consensus in the West that Iran should be dissuaded from pursuing its nuclear weapons program, no clear strategy has emerged for attaining that goal. During …

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