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Andrea Jacobs
Andrea Jacobs

IJN Senior Writer | andrea@ijn.com

Pueblo plotter pleads not guilty

Richard Holzer, arrested by the FBI on Nov. 1 for plotting to blow up Pueblo’s Temple Emanuel, plead not guilty on all charges at his arraignment in federal court...

Menorah moved; no more communal lighting at JEWISHcolorado

The huge menorah stationed for over 30 years at Dahlia and Alameda outside the JEWISHcolorado building is not MIA. It’s currently in the backyard of Bais Menachem,...

VIP New Faces: Lisa Berdie

Berdie grew up in Golden, earned a BA in international development studies from Brown University and returned to Denver about five years ago to be with her family. Her...

Seth Ward: Islam expert; spiritual leader to seniors

. Seth Ward is an expert at acquiring, translating and disseminating knowledge. Although his pedagogic filter, humility and dry wit might take issue with this assessment...

VIP New Faces: Dan Yolles

Yolles, 30, also known as “Dan the Music Man,” has always sported a beard and a wide array of hats, enjoys art, hiking, gardening and rock climbing. He’s...

Mikvah of West Denver undergoes extensive renovation

The Mikvah of West Denver, originally located behind the Historic Lake Steam Baths in the late 1800s until moving to Julian St., relocated to its current address at 1404...

Rick Brody is new JFS Community Chaplain

Rick Brody, JFS’ community chaplain for the Denver-Boulder area since December, 2018, felt the first conscious stirrings of the rabbinate when he was 14. While...

Hal Aqua

Hal Aqua’s musical journey

Aqua, front man for the klezmer fusion group The Lost Tribe, is always on the lookout for diverse musical traditions that merge inside a singular “sweet spot.”...

Dan Starishevsky

Parkinson’s — no medical knock-out, but the fight continues

incidence of Parkinson’s disease, a movement disorder afflicting 11 million people worldwide, typically increases with age — but 4% are diagnosed before age...

Mt. Sinai, Cheyenne

Security threat in Cheyenne, Wyo.

You never know what you’ll uncover in a congregational newsletter. That’s what we found out while searching for upcoming events in a July 15 mailing from Mt. Sinai...