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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!

3rd Annual Boulder Fine Art Street Festival on July 8 – 9 Kicks Off Colorado Summer of Art Tour

Howard Alan Events is proud to kick-off its annual Colorado Summer of Art Tour with more than 100 local and national fine artists filling the vibrant arts’ district of downtown Boulder during the 3rd Annual Boulder Fine Art Street Festival at 29th Street. Featuring world-class works of art spanning all mediums, the two-day, free event takes place on July 8—9 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. both days.

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Letter: CUNY Law School Speech Audience Not Versed in History

Perhaps the saddest point about a CUNY law student using her invitation to address her fellow graduates (Column: New York Times Compounds Harm Of ‘Fiery Speech’ That Bashes Israel Boulder Jewish News June 22, 2023) was that many in the audience probably didn’t know enough about the history of the modern State of Israel to challenge the speaker, even if there had been an opportunity for them to do so.

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Summer Enrollment Is Now Open at The Learning Source

Summer enrollment is now open at The Learning Source – a Colorado nonprofit that connects adult students with the resources they need to better their lives and take charge of their futures. The Learning Source offers FREE classes to help adults earn their high school equivalency credential, learn English and get a better job.

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Letter: Biden’s Feckless Strategy to Fight Antisemitism

Notwithstanding the praise that some Jewish organizations have heaped on the Biden White House's recent plan to fight antisemitism ("U.S. National Strategy to Counter Antisemitism"), the facts -- for at least two reasons -- demonstrate that this plan is toothless. 

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Pride Month: Embracing Our Jewish LGBTQ+ Community

In celebration of Pride Month, join the Founder and CEO of JQ International Asher Gellis in virtual conversation with American Jewish University’s Alyssa Silva to highlight and honor the Jewish LGBTQ+ community.

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CSU Professor Presents Examination of Holocaust Memorials in Germany

German Identity After the Holocaust: Memorials and Monuments in Today’s Germany will be presented from 6-7:30 pm Tuesday, June 20, at the Global Village Museum of Arts and Cultures. Peter Erickson, Associate Professor of German in the Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures at Colorado State University, will explore Holocaust memorials in relation to German identity.

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ANU Museum of the Jewish People Acquires the Most Influential Book in History – The Codex Sassoon

The 1100-year-old Codex Sassoon, the oldest and most complete Hebrew Bible, was sold on May 17th at Sotheby’s for $38.1 million. The sacred text, considered the foundation of Jewish ethics and beliefs, will become part of the core exhibition and permanent collection of ANU - Museum of the Jewish People in Tel Aviv, Israel.

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