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Boulder JCC Planning “Messinger Gallery” Dedication

Alice Messinger is a painter, curator, teacher, and collector. Originally from Scarsdale, NY, Alice and her family moved to Boulder in 2004 and became immediately involved in the local Jewish community and art scene. Surrounded by art her whole life, Alice found an opportunity to bring this passion to Boulder. …

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Haver’s Holocaust Remembrance Event is May 1

Haver, Boulder’s Rabbinic Council, is leading a community-wide observance to remember the Holocaust on Wednesday, May 1, 2019, at Congregation Nevei Kodesh. All are welcome.

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ADL Condemns Swastika Burned Into Asphalt At Denver School

The Anti-Defamation League Mountain States Region, responding to reports of a swastika burned into the asphalt at a Denver elementary school, condemned the incident and commended Denver Public Schools and the Denver Police Department for their swift action to investigate the incident and ensure the safety of the school community.

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ADL Condemns Swastikas at Denver Church, Commends Police

The Anti-Defamation League Mountain States Region, responding to reports of vandalism at Church in the City-Beth Abraham in Denver, condemned the incidents and applauded law enforcement for investigating the incidents as possible hate crimes.

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Renovation of Tel Aviv’s Coastline Promenade Sparks Renaissance for Luxury Real Estate

A new wave of development alongside the sea is transforming Hayarkon Street and the coastal area into a world-class, luxurious city neighborhood.

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