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Student of Torah at CU Law’s helm

It’s not every day that you hear an attorney — let alone the dean of one of the nation’s top law schools — invoke the name of G-d, and a former Colorado...

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Boulder’s rabbi-priestess

RABBI SARAH Bracha Gershuny is a whirlwind attached to a serene center. Like a thoughtful powder keg, excited words overlap without obscuring the meaning. Gershuny...

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Boulder Jewry comes together in search to handle ultimate necessity

Among the most basic and sacred obligations any Jewish community has toward its members is to provide a place to bury their loved ones who have passed away. The Colorado...

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New Orthodox shul, rabbi, in Boulder

Last summer, Rabbi Ami and Eliana Silver had decided to return to Israel when a casual conversation led to the reanimation of Boulder’s modern Orthodox community....

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Solar flame sustains Eternal Light

In more ways than one, Bonai Shalom’s Chanukah program on Dec. 17 was truly a celebration of light. The Conservative congregation in Boulder commemorated the miracle of...

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‘Just call me morah’

YEHUDIS Fishman, teacher and scholar, is one of those rare individuals who has two birthdays. Her physical birthday — she marked her 70th this year — fell most...

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After the Rains: Boulder Jewish families rebuild

SURVIVORS of the catastrophic floods that ravaged Boulder and surrounding areas this past September have not misplaced a single fact or sound. Months after the waters...

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Boulder JCC campaign involves youth

It’s been over two years since the Boulder JCC launched a capital campaign to build a new facility. Reaching $17.2 million in November, 2012, the campaign was ready to...

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Overnight camp for young entrepreneurs

Calling young students interested in business and entrepreneurship! A new overnight camp is looking for campers ready for work and play. The Boulder JCC is introducing...

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‘Rewarding and frustrating’: Awakening those super laid-back students

IT may be revealing that in 2005, when Rabbi Yisroel and Leah Wilhelm first came to Boulder — checking out the campus community to see whether they wanted to set up a...