Find out how to give a $1,000 charitable gift for an after-tax cost of $203 -- but just for the next four days, and only to a few Boulder Jewish organizations.Read More »
Colorado Gives Day; Won’t You?
Editorial: Community First Foundation sets out to raise $1 million online for Colorado non-profits. The perfect Chanukah gift.Read More »
Who are Emerging Jewish Leaders?
The Avi Chai Foundation has just released a national report about trends among emerging Jewish leaders. Organization boards, staff and lay leaders - take note.Read More »
Editorial: Would a Freemium Model Work?
Editorial: A recent Newsweek article prompted some thinking about the upcoming High Holidays.Read More »
Challah for Hunger Wins $20k from Chase
Facebook members voted for charities to receive money from Chase Bank and at least 1 notable new Jewish organization was a winner. See how Boulder-area Jewish organizations did.Read More »
A Vision of the Future
Editorial: It's time for the Jewish community to welcome all couples who want to build a Jewish life together.Read More »
Beinart's article, "The Failure of the Jewish Establishment," has generated a lot of heat. We provide links to some of the on-going on-line dialog.Read More »
The Failure of the Jewish Establishment?
The New York Times Review of Books carried a challenging piece for the Jewish community to consider around support of Israel.Read More »
To Publish, or Not to Publish
In light of this weekend's news about a lawsuit involving a local synagogue, BJN's team shares our guiding principles about what's "News."Read More »
Starbucks, Synagogues Now Partners*
New partnership with Starbucks will see eco-friendly, vente-sized mugs welcomed into Shabbat services nationwide.Read More »
NORAD to Launch Elijah Tracker*
The job of tracking Elijah has fallen to NORAD, the North American Aerospace Defense Command, headquartered at Peterson Air Force Base in Colorado.Read More »
Staff Writer Goes Rogue, Says “Bribe Me with Brisket”
While the rest of us were busy with Passover, Staff got loose and took some liberties with the online edition of the paper.Read More »
Boulder Happiest US City: Gallup Poll
Is Boulder really the happiest, healthiest city in the US?Read More »
Quick Roundup – Spotted on the Web
Ever wonder about those tabs on the right? A few highlights recently read on the web.Read More »
Who Else Wants More Commercialism for the Holidays?
Editorial: Focus on the Family wants to see more connections between Christmas and commercialism. Is that really what society needs these days?Read More »
Social Media and Jewish Organizations – Local View
Over the last couple of weeks, there has been a drumbeat "out there" about Jewish organizations using social media. Here's our point of view.Read More »
Letter: Love Your Paper!
"What a wonderful gift to the community."Read More »
Obama’s Peace Prize Has European Intentions
It is particularly aimed to hamstring President Obama in matters of US national securityRead More »
AJC’s David Harris from Huffington Post
The Goldstone Report: Three Strikes and You're Out! David Harris' first blog for the Huffington Post.Read More »
Be the first to publish an article in this category – register today! Did you know that there are over 10,000 self-identified Jews in the Boulder County/Broomfield County area?* *Per the 2007 Denver/Boulder Population Survey from Allied Jewish Federation and Rose Community Foundation.Read More »
MJ’s Kids Jewish??
According to Roseanne Barr, on her Roseanne’s World blog, Michael Jackson’s kids are Jewish…. and he was more than ok with that:http://www.roseanneworld.com/blog/2009/07/someone_tell_paris_and_prince.phpRead More »
Palin the Latest Queen Esther for our time?
Check out this article on USAToday talking about Sarah Palin as this century’s Queen Esther… http://content.usatoday.com/communities/religion/post/2009/07/68493934/1Also this commentary on the article from Tablet: http://www.tabletmag.com/scroll/9834/queen-sarah/Read More »
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 …Read More »