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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...

‘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...

Is there anti-Semitism in Boulder?

BOULDER, the community, is a fascinating mosaic of many elements — some of them unique, some of them reminiscent of other places —but it is not one-dimensional, nor is...

Boulder Arts & Crafts celebrates 40th

THE year was 1971. In Boulder, the hand-made, down-to-earth, flower-power sensibilities of the late 1960s were lingering as pop culture began evolving into the...

Coming to Boulder, a $20 million facility

JONATHAN Lev, hired as executive director of the Boulder JCC in 2010, is turning laid-back, free-fall stereotypes of Boulder Jewry on their head one dollar at a time —...

‘What is a burned house compared to a burned and gassed family?’

IN early September of 2010, Walter Plywaski lost his home and virtually all his possessions in the Fourmile Canyon fire that devoured the Boulder foothills. But what...

Jewish life at CU

IN mid-December, as the rest of Colorado struggles for a scintilla of warmth, activity at CU Boulder reaches the boiling point. Cell phone plans max out as kids struggle...

A mayoral view of Boulder County

Despite the word “recession” ricocheting around coffee shops, bars, and hiking trails, Boulder County has and will continue to outperform the state and national...