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Jill Altman

Coin of the realm: childhood passion to business

Matt Trookman, numismatist, first became interested in coins at the age of five, when he stopped a passerby to ask about the jingling noise coming from his pocket. He...

The First: Nussbaum fights for freedom of worship

Nussbaum Speir Gleason, a law firm located in Colorado Springs, specializes in fighting for our right to worship as we choose, free from governmental interference.

VIP New Faces: Yariv Ben-Naim

Meet Yariv Ben Naim, an intern with Colorado Springs Switchbacks Football Club, and one of the Intermountain Jewish News' 15 Under 40 for 2021.

Sukkot: Why it’s the favorite holiday at our house

Sukkot — which begins Monday evening, Sept. 20 — has long been a favorite holiday at the Altman house in Colorado Springs. For my husband and me, it is a […]

Being a war volunteer led to the experience of a lifetime

When the Yom Kippur War broke out in 1973, Colorado Springs’ Temple Shalom member Rosanne Miles Fahrenbruch was the costume designer for a theater production in...

Colorado Springs mayor sustains his friendship with the Jewish community

Colorado Springs Mayor John Suthers has had an illustrious career. He has served as a deputy and chief deputy district attorney in Colorado Springs. He was an adjunct...

Monument’s ‘unconstitutional’ monument?

The First Amendment to the US Constitution is familiar to most Americans. It guarantees the rights of free speech and religion, among other rights, for American...

It’s now Schuck Chapman in Colorado Springs

When Colorado Springs first welcomed Steve and the late Joyce Schuck to town more than half a century ago, the community had no idea what dynamic personalities had...

BBYO is the social address for Springs Jewish teens

In a large city such as Denver, there are many opportunities for Jewish teenagers to connect with other Jewish youth: JCC, Jewish day schools, many synagogues with teen...

Sukkah tales of joy — and wildlife — from the Springs

“It’s still standing!” This was the daily joke in the Altman household during Sukkot. We had had our share of problems with the Colorado wind wreaking havoc on our...