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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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Festival of Books and Culture Wrap-Up

This year’s Festival of Books and Culture reached record attendance levels with the success of several key programs that drew capacity crowds of 100 or more to the BJCC. Click to read the recap.

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Devin Feigelson and Josh Meyer B’nai Mitzvah

On Saturday, November 21, 2009, Devin Feigelson, daughter of Heather and Bruce Feigelson, and Josh Meyer, son of Mary and Ken Meyer, will be called to the Torah as B’nai Mitzvah at Congregation Har HaShem.  They will be reading from Parashat Toldot.

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Annette Gelman, z”l

Lloyd Gelman’s mother, Annette Gelman, passed away this past Friday, November 13, 2009 (Chesvan 26, 5770) in Stamford, CT. Baruch dayan haemet. Click the headline for the rest of the story.

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Mah Jongg November 17, Tuesday at Glacier

The weekly Open Maj Game is once more at Glacier Ice Cream on Baseline just west of Foothills at 7 pm~ Beginners welcome! Follow twitter.com/glaciericecream for specials (including free ice cream specials!) Have a game you want to share? Need a 4th or 5th because someone can’t make it? Share …

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Torah Yoga ® in Boulder

Tune your body with the rhythm of the Torah cycle and the biblical Hebrew chants. Torah Yoga ® is an integrative and gentle activity of body/mind/soul in which participants experience Yoga poses, Hebrew chanting and Jewish meditation. Click to learn more!

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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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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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Alternative Holiday Gift Fair

To find the perfect Hanukkah gift that makes a positive difference in the lives of those less fortunate, head over to Boulder First Presbyterian Church (Walnut and 15th Street), Sunday, November 15th between 12 and 2pm for the annual Alternative Holiday Gift Fair. Click the headline to read more and see a video about one of the products that will be sold Sunday.

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Sudan Medical Supplies Drive and Film Screening

The Boulder Jewish community is helping to send much needed medical supplies to Sudan, and Har HaShem's Sudan Genocide Response Team is screening the world acclaimed film, "War Child," today - Sunday. Click headline for more details about both.

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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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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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