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Dvora Meyers, JTA
Dvora Meyers, JTA

Aly Raisman has tough road to Rio

GLASGOW — Once the music started playing — not the “Hava Nagila” tune that made her the Jewish poster child of the London Games, but something equally folksy — Aly...

Rocky Mountain Food Summit coming to Boulder

BOULDER — The new Jewish food movement arose here organically, so to speak. No large federation or organization swooped in to make sustainable farming and eating within...

Matisyahu rocks Boulder

BOULDER — When Matisyahu, the 32-year-old chasidic reggae superstar, appeared onstage for the first time since shaving his trademark beard, no one in the audience at...

‘Jewish Von Trapp’ offers new spin on penitence

NEW YORK — Growing up, Galeet Dardashti toured and performed with her father, Farid, a renowned cantor, performing Middle Eastern and Persian music throughout the US...

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