Which is better: the hamantasch or the latke? That simple question is suddenly not so simple when placed in the hands of the Buntport Theater crew and faculty members of the University of Denver's Center for Judaic Studies, who are preparing to debate the issue -- for the third year in a row.
From sour beer to facial hair to a debate between latke lovers and hamantasch supporters, here's a taste of the next seven days in food: Monday, February 22: Café Gondolier, 1600 Pearl Street in Boulder, will donate 15 percent of the day's sales to the Boulder County AIDS Project as part o ... More >>
David Shneer is a one-man dynamo when it's come to bringing into focus the divergent cultural wings of the Jewish diaspora locally, in the past as a professor and director of the Center for Judaic Studies at the University of Denver and currently in a similar role at CU-Boulder. And he's starti ... More >>
The Center for Judaic Studies at the University of Denver has announced that well-known and highly regarded Denver artist Lawrence Argent (pictured in a photo courtesy of the artist) has been chosen to design what is to be called the Holocaust Memorial Learning and Social Action Site. The project wi ... More >>
Jewlia Eisenberg's Charming Hostess experiments.
Learn What Jewish Culture Sounds Like at the Oriental Theater.
For some, the search is never over.
Denver's Month of Photography marches on at Gallery M, Mizel and Robischon.