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Event: 'Boulder Jewish Film Festival: "When Comedy Went to School"'

Arts, Culture & Social
Music, dance, cards & other social activities.
Date: Saturday, March 01, 2014 At 07:30 PM
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Why are Jews so funny? A hilarious look at the Borscht Belt, the renowned breeding ground of a generation of stand-up comics like Jerry Lewis, Sid Caesar, Billy Crystal, and Buddy Hackett. With guest speaker Rich Schad. Also screening on March 2 at 2pm and March 3 at 4pm.

For all events in this series, search our Community Calendar using the term or "Boulder Jewish Film Festival". All screenings are at the Dairy Center Performance Hall.



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