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December 4th, 2011

The Words of the People

And we have our speakers! The following presenters are furiously designing slides and fine tuning tuchas jokes for our show:

Tamee Albrecht – Channeling YOur Chanukah Chakra

Donny Basch – “It’s the End of the World as We Know It, and I Feel Fine”… Or Do I?

M’ris Berlin – Jews Don’t Play Derby! …And Other Stereotypes That Can Bite My Shiny Metallic Ass

Yadidya Greenberg – From Live Chicken to Meat: A Photographic Journey

Chaviva Galatz – Conversion: It’s Not Just for Marriage Anymore

Daniel Leibowitz – Mensch Up!

Pam Moore – What’s the Point of All This Mishagas: An Explanation of the Meaning of Life

Becky O’Brien – That’s Right, You Heard Me, I’m Not on Facebook

Ben Roberts – Just the Tip: A Thorough Examination of Circumcision

Eric Rosenberg – Flashing Jewish People

Jenni Skyler – Jewish Sex: Why Jews Have the Hottest Sex Lives

Naomi Tepper – How I Walked the Tree of Life and Made a Fortune in Erotica

Are you ready? Make sure to get your tickets now, they’re going quick!

November 1st, 2011

Submissions Now Open!

Submissions are now open for Ignite Chanukah 2011! If you’ve got the chutzpah to talk about something Jewish (or even something Jew-ish) at this year’s best Chanukah shindig, now’s the time to let us know!

Not sure if speaking at Ignite Chanukah is right for you? It is, we promise! Sparks are 5 minute long presentations about anything you darn well please, accompanied by 20 powerpoint slides that will automatically advance one at a time, every 15 seconds during your speech. Can you keep up? Can the audience?? Finding out is half the fun! (The other half is learning cool new things from cool new people.)

Sound like a thing you can do? Of course it does! Submit your idea here, and tell Ignite Chanukah about your passion!

December 4th, 2010

Videos are up!

Here you go. . .videos from Ignite Chanukah 2010, December 2 at Rembrandt Yard – only in Boulder.  A slide show of photos from the night is on the Boulder Jewish News site.

Here’s a link to the entire playlist. Enjoy!