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Colorado Businessman and Philanthropist Dedicates Sefer Torah in Honor of Late Mother

Colorado resident Ron Werner, along with his father Robert and brother Michael, dedicated a completed Sefer Torah (Torah scroll) in memory of his mother on top of the ancient Jewish fortress of Masada.

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Far From Home-Less

As we complete the book of Exodus with the construction of the Holy Sanctuary, I can’t help thinking of the following quote from 2021’s Academy Award’s winning film, "Nomadland." “I may be houseless, but not homeless” was one of the opening phrases by the laconic but sensitive, Fern.

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Torah and Tea – Women’s Torah Study this Wednesday

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Have you ever learned the Torah portion in depth and enjoy debating about morals and values? Here is your chance.  Chany Scheiner of Boulder Center for Judaism is offering a stimulating Torah class.  This week we are delving into Parshat Mikeitz in Genesis (Bereishit).  Delve into timeless teachings from the …

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The Shape Of Our Inner Monsters

When I saw ‘The Shape of Water,’ this year’s Oscar winner, and winner of the Golden Globe awards, I was at first repulsed but then intrigued, both with the film and its director Guillermo Del Toro.

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