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One out of 87,000: Rachel Greig needs a kidney

LONGMONT — When the time came, and she could wait no longer, Rachel Greig asked close friends and family for help. Now the Longmont resident has broadened her appeal to...

Praying, fasting, kicking on Yom Kippur

When CU starting place kicker Aric Goodman realized that the Buffs’ game against Hawaii was scheduled for Yom Kippur, he was torn between fulfilling his religious...

Boulder program unites around visionaries and rebels

A Boulder-wide, year-long series of Jewish programming will begin this fall. “Movers” is the brainchild of the Boulder JCC’s Menorah Program Director Kathryn...

Boulder Jewish Festival, June 7

THIS Sunday marks the 15th annual Boulder Jewish Festival on Pearl Street near the courthouse. The one-day event features all things Jewish including art, food, rabbis,...

Boulder Hebrew High addresses teen issues relevant to them

THIS fall, students at Hebrew High in Boulder can expect to see considerable changes to the curriculum. “This is the beginning of a transition,” says Principal Sara...

9 Health Fair at Boulder JCC attracts 560 people

The Boulder JCC last week played host to one of several 9 Health Fairs across the state. Before the doors opened at 7 a.m., the line was out the door, around the...

Chabad of Longmont: Personal seder plates

This week, about two dozen tables in Boulder County featured new, personal seder plates among the matzah, Elijah cups and guests. Two weeks before Passover, women...

Lots of ‘goings on’ in Boulder this spring

Boulder JCC gets greener The Boulder JCC is doing its part to help the environment, but facilities manager Jerry Pinsker says it needs more help from people who stop by,...

ADL helps students mark MLK day

Boulder joined step with communities across the country on Monday to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Hundreds of people flowed in and out of the Glen Miller...

Boulder bus to AJF Men’s Event

The Allied Federation Men’s Event last week attracted nearly 1,300 people from the Denver metro area, including 35 men from Boulder who got a free ride…as far as...