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Face Offed in Face Off

Our jaws dropped. Shock turned to disbelief, which turned to rage at the injustice. How could Face have been booted in the first round from nationally televised a cappela competition, ‘The Sing-Off?’ Kathryn Bernheimer reacts.

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Who is Paul Samuelson and Why Does He Matter?

Stan Kreis shares: The Nobel-winning Economist Robert M. Solow remarked about him, "You could be disqualified for a job if you were either smart or Jewish or Keynesian. So what chance did this smart, Jewish, Keynesian have?”

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Federation Men’s Event Draws 1,300

This year's Allied Jewish Federation Men's Event drew 1,300 men (about 30 from Boulder) Thursday night to hear featured speaker Israeli Deputy Foreign Minister Danny Ayalon. Click headline to read the story and see the pictures.

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Thinking About Thinking About Israel

Stan Kreis suggests that when it comes to Israel, readers maintain a modicum of skepticism and read all points of view and trust those most who build credibility the old fashion way, one piece at a time. Click the headline for more.

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Veterans Day — Honor a Jewish Veteran

November 11 has been celebrated as Veterans Day in the US since Congress renamed the holiday from Armistice Day (celebrating the end of World War I) and declared it to be a holiday to honor all Veterans in 1954. Boulder Jewish News would like to give you the opportunity to honor and recognize our Jewish Veterans on this Veterans Day 2009.

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Jewish Community Hero Announced

Rahm Emanuel didn't quite hold the attention of the folks tweeting from the GA Tuesday morning. They were too excited to hear who would win the award for Jewish Community Hero. Out of 400 nominees (including at least two Boulder-area Heroes), and 600,000 online votes. . . Click the headline to learn about the winner!

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Live Tweets – What?

Boulder Jewish News adds "Live Tweets" from the GA. Follow Rahm Emanuel's address right here at 9 AM MST. If that sounded like a foreign language, read the story for a translation.

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Boulder Jewish News OpenCoffee

The Boulder Jewish News invites you to meet the team at an OpenCoffee. This Friday am (11/6), from 9ish to 11ish. Click to read more.

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