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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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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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Ilana Hertz and Jacob Krause B’nai Mitzvah

This Saturday, November 14th, 2009, Ilana Hertz and Jacob Krause will be called to the Torah as B’nai Mitzvah at Congregation Har HaShem.  They will be reading from Parashat Chayei Sara.

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Oliver Hewat Bar Mitzvah

This Saturday, November 14th, 2009, Oliver Hewat will be called to the Torah as a Bar Mitzvah at Mincha services at Congregation Bonai Shalom.  He will be reading from Parashat Chayei Sara. Oliver is the son of Rachel Relin and James Hewat of Lafayette.

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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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Mah Jongg November 10, Tuesday at Glacier

The weekly Open Maj Game is 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 the news …

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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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Parent’s Night Out – Bring the Kids to Boulder Jewish Day School

Boulder Jewish Day School (BJDS) announces the first in a series of affordable and educational evening childcare / Parent’s Night Out for children 2.5 – 11 years old. Saturday, 11/14 from 6pm – 9pm, BJDS will offer affordable childcare – only $5 per child for 3 hours of fun and education.

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Rusty Mike Internet Radio – Anglo-Israeli Station

The Jerusalem-based Anglo-Israeli "Rusty Mike" Internet radio station, launched just before Passover, has already reached nearly 33,000 downloads. The station offers live and podcasted shows on the Israeli scene, social action, legal advice, psychotherapy, job advice, cooking and comedy. Click to read more.

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Jewish Casbah Slide Show

Scenes from Sunday night's Jewish Casbah event at the Boulder JCC, featuring a film, a feast, a concert and a talk. Click the headline to see our slideshow from the event.

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Sunday in Jewish Boulder

For those planning on attending "A Night at the Jewish Casbah," visit the Boulder JCC a little early to get a head start on Chanukah shopping. Click on the headline for links to the details.

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JCC Maccabi Games Come to Denver

JCC Maccabi Games are coming to Denver in 2010, bringing together more than 1,500 Jewish teens from around the U.S. & world to compete. Check out the video to get pumped up for next summer. The first organizing meeting for Boulder is this week.

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