A Spice of Life Presents Passover Meal Kits

Celebrate Passover hassle-free with our annual Passover Meal Kit! Enjoy a stress-free holiday with easy reheating instructions, complete with all the essentials for the Seder plate and a delicious, traditional meal shared with loved ones. 

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University of Colorado Receives a C on ADL’s Audit of Antisemitism on Campuses

Since October 7, the ADL reports that campus antisemitism has risen, with nearly half of schools failing to effectively respond.

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Use Your Whole Brain to Improve the Way You Live Your Life

Rob Schware, a Whole Brain Living Coach, discusses the paradigm created by Jill Bolte Taylor to understand thoughts and emotions, offering tools for a more controlled, enjoyable life.

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Opinion: A Middle East Quiz for Pundits & Protesters

Moshe Phillips criticizes American commentators for lacking historical understanding of Israeli affairs and perpetuating misconceptions about Zionism and Israeli policy.

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High Winds + No Power Move Boulder JCC’s JFEST to Saturday, 4/13

The Boulder JCC is part of Xcel's cautionary power shut-off, so we made the decision to move JFest again to next Saturday, April 13. 

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Former Shlichim Will Join Am Yisrael Chai: A JEWISHcolorado Celebrate Israel Event

At the festival on Sunday May 5,, JEWISHcolorado will welcome former Shlichim Shaul Amir, Raz Arbel, Osnat Fox, Itai Divinsky, and others.

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Kid-Friendly Passover Recipes That Are Too Good To Pass-Over

PJ Library introduces free, downloadable kid-friendly Passover recipes for the 8-day holiday, from charoset breakfast balls to lemon garlic broccoli dinner, alongside resources and activities for Jewish families on its Passover Hub.

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Letter: Pro-Palestinian, or Anti-Israel? When Will We See Criticism of Hamas?

The writer disagrees with Bruce Ticker, arguing that Trump's presidency made the US energy independent, pressuring Arab states to connect with Israel and weakening Iran, unlike Biden's tenure.

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Former Israeli Diplomat to Speak at Jewish National Fund-USA Event in Boulder

Jewish National Fund-USA's "Transforming Zionism" event in Boulder on 4/17 will feature keynote speaker Shahar Azani. It focuses on challenging anti-Zionism, supporting Israel, and JNF-USA's recovery efforts.

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Team Israel Plays College Hockey Series in Colorado Next Weekend

From April 11th-14th, 2024, the Big Mountain Hockey Conference will host Israeli Selects for games to support hockey growth in Israel, with proceeds aiding both parties.

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Turn Up The Heat: Glassblowing for Teens

Are you searching for an artistic outlet for your teen that goes beyond the conventional? The "Turn Up the Heat: Glassblowing for Teens" class offers a unique opportunity for teens to explore the captivating world of glassblowing and express their creativity in an unconventional medium. Class starts Thursday, April 11.

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Column: A United Jewish Appeal to Moderate Israel Critics is a Must

white house

Amid escalating violence against Jews, tensions in Israel, and U.S. political strife, American Jews, U.S. citizens, and Democrats face a crisis influenced by upcoming elections.

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Prominent Israeli Historian on the German Jewish Experience in the Third Reich

World map showing various distances from Berlin

The campus and general community are invited to a discussion of the path-breaking work on the German Jewish experience in the Third Reich by Professor Guy Miron (Open University, Israel) on 4/15.

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The Road to Peace: The United States, Israel, and Egypt (1974-1979) with Professor Zach Levey

On April 18, Professor Zach Levey will speak at the Boulder JCC about the history of the peace process between Israel and Egypt.

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