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‘Earthship’ homes off the grid, use few external sources

WHILE for most people, Boulder is synonymous with green and healthy and sustainable, those are not usually the first things that come to mind when one hears “Colorado...

Boulder Jewish Foundation’s grants stay in Boulder

TWO organizations, the Boulder Jewish Community Foundation and Hazon, have funds available for Jewish organizations to use in their growth, outreach and...

Two decades on, Boulder Jewish Festival going strong

FOR the past 20 years, people from in and around Boulder have enjoyed an annual one-day celebration of Jewish culture, featuring live entertainment, fine art and...

Rabbi Joseph Telushkin explores forgiveness

APPLAUSE for a speaker being introduced is practically required, but the warm and affectionate introduction by Rabbi Tirzah Firestone of Rabbi Joseph Telushkin was less...

Chance conversation leads to miraculous reunion

IMAGINE that you and your family have said kaddish all your lives for a relative (or several) who perished in the Holocaust long before you were born. As long as you can...

There’s a new shul in town: Boulder Orthodox

PASSOVER 5774 EDITION SECTION C PAGE 5 If you are a follower of the Orthodox branch of Judaism, there’’s a new shul in town. The Boulder Orthodox Synagogue opened...

Boulder’s new Camp Inc. rewards young entrepreneurs

CAMP INC., a newly-launched entrepreneurship camp for Jewish seventh to 12th graders, is giving young, budding business owners the opportunity to trade their bright...

Boulder Chabad to open shul, educational center

“”If we do not help a man in trouble, it is as if we caused the trouble.”” Although this was said first in the late 1700s by Rabbi Nachman of Breslov, the...

Is Kehilath Aish Kodesh closing its doors?

Kehilath Aish Kodesh, founded 14 years ago in Boulder to spark the “holy fire” of Orthodox Judaism, is seriously considering shutting the doors. A Jan. 10 email sent...

Bonai launches post-flood, $500,000 fundraising goal

By Brad Weismann THE rain began on Sept. 11. Boulder’’s Conservative synagogue Congregation Bonai Shalom was in the midst of its High Holiday observances, two...