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Chris Leppek
Chris Leppek

IJN Assistant Editor | ijnews@aol.com

VIP New Faces: Shane Kleinstein

Kleinstein handles investor relations for the mega-corporation Liberty Media, which owns many corporate entities, most of which have a media connection. She’s active...

VIP New Faces: Brian Botnick

Botnick represents the fourth generation of leadership in his family business, Botnick Realty Co., which is active in Colorado and elsewhere. He oversees the firm’s...

VIP New Faces: Daniel Kassai

Kassai is somewhat modest when discussing his professional pursuits, other than to say that he works in healthcare. He is known as an emerging leader in Denver’s East...

VIP New Faces: Avital Rotbart

Rotbart knew from a very young age that she wanted to be a photographer and that she had a knack for it. By the age of 15 she had already established her own...

VIP New Faces: Danielle Jurinsky

an extended stint in the US Air Force, Danielle Jurinsky returned to her native Colorado to become a businesswoman and real estate entrepreneur. She owns and operates...

US Senate — pivotal race: Sen. Cory Gardner

Gardner is no stranger to the Colorado Jewish community. The former US Congressman, seeking his second term in the Senate this November, has consistently kept in touch...

US Senate — pivotal race: John Hickenlooper

Hickenlooper and the Colorado Jewish community have been on close terms for almost two decades. Both as mayor of Denver and as governor of Colorado, the Democratic...

Third Congressional District heats up: Diane Mitsch Bush

2018, after four years in the Colorado House of Representatives, Diane Mitsch Bush made her first try for national office, challenging Scott Tipton, the GOP incumbent in...

Third Congressional District heats up: Lauren Boebert

Boebert became a political celebrity in June when she soundly defeated five-term incumbent Scott Tipton in the Republican primary for Colorado’s Third Congressional...

HOAs laws cannot prohibit mezuzzahs

of Colorado take note — your mezuzzahs are safe. And legal. No longer will those who reside in certain condominium and apartment complexes, or covenanted neighborhoods...