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Shalom Bombay Saturday Night

This Saturday night at 7 pm, the Menorah Film Series presents "Shalom Bombay", with introduction and discussion led by Carlos Zarur. Click the headline for more details.

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Musical Tribute at Denver Art Museum – Thursday

To mark the the one-year anniversary of the Mumbai terror attack, 14 local Chabad Centers invite you to “Lamp Lighters,” a community-wide musical tribute to the victims. Concert Thursday at the Denver Art Museum. Click for more info.

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Open Your Hearts

"We're having a holy hootenanny," exclaimed Kathryn Bernheimer, partway through Saturday night's Celebration of Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach. Rabbis and others joined together for a moving program that incorporated film clips, stories (by and about Reb Shlomo), poetry and song. Photos

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Rick Recht: Concert Review

We braved the storm Saturday night and motored out to Congregation Beth Evergreen for the birthday celebration for Rabbi Jamie, featuring a concert by Jewish Rock Superstar Rick Recht. Click to read more!

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Boulder Jewish News OpenCoffee

This week for Boulder Jewish News OpenCoffee Friday (11/13), we'll be at Ozo Coffee, 5340 Arapahoe Avenue, from 10ish to noonish. Check out our growing collection of "coffee pix."

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Rabbis Celebrate Shlomo Carlebach at BJCC

Known as Reb Shlomo, The Singing Rabbi and The Pied Piper of Judaism, Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach is widely considered the foremost Jewish religious songwriter of the 20th century who continues to influence Jewish rock bands. Click the headline to read all about this upcoming event.

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Favorite Deli Contest and More Deli News

Boulder Jewish News congratulates the following winners of the Favorite Deli Contest: Lisa Trank, winner of the Comment drawing, and Brian Seigal, winner of the Email Subscribers drawing.  Each wins a $25 gift certificate to Jimmy & Drew’s 28th Street Delicatessen. Thanks for playing and a big thank you to …

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Hitler’s Jewish Soldiers a Matter of Identity

Author Bryan Mark Rigg captivated his audience at the Boulder JCC for two hours, explaining his own journey of discovery and telling stories of a few of the thousands of men of Jewish descent who fought for the Third Reich in World War II. Click the headline to read more of this fascinating history.

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LA Consul General of Israel at CU Wednesday

ISIME:  Institute for the Study of Israel in the Middle East invites the community to “Israel Today: Challenges and Opportunities,” a lecture with his excellency Jacob Dayan,  Consul General of Israel to the United States in Los Angeles.  The lecture will be on Wednesday, November 11 at 6:30PM, in the …

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CANCELLED: Jewish Pirates of the Caribbean

Due to illness, the author of "Jewish Pirates of the Caribbean" has canceled his speaking engagements, including his Boulder appearance on Sunday, November 15. Tickets are still available for "Save the Deli" on Monday, November 16.

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Lessons from the Bible Belt

Author Benyamin Cohen did not spend the year just to learn about Christianity, it was to learn what "they" were doing that was working - bringing people to services, getting them excited about spirituality, and yes, raising money. Click to read more.

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