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Holocaust Composers’ Work Lives On

Pro Musica Colorado Chamber Orchestra is presenting a chamber music recital that celebrates excellent music written by three composers who were lost in the Holocaust.

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A Sex Farce Steeped in Suffering

Join CU Program in Jewish Studies Professor Robby Adler Peckerar to learn about Isaac Bashevis Singer prior to watching "Enemies, a Love Story."

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Choosing “The Chosen”

Menorah kicks off its series Great Books, Great Movies with "The Chosen," based on Chaim Potok's classic 1967 novel about two boys coming of age in the late 1940s.

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Fiction Writers Workshop Benefits BJDS

If you are a writer – anywhere on your journey between that first sentence and published author – this workshop with literary agent Sara Megibow is for you. Click to learn more.

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Hamas Heir Speaking in Denver

Mosab Yousef, Hamas heir, is speaking in Denver Wednesday and Thursday evenings about spying for Israel and leaving his culture and family behind.

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Jewish-Themed Films at This Year’s BIFF

Two films at this year's Boulder International Film Festival explore Jewish themes through which we can strengthen the consciousness of our Jewish identity, history and culture.

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