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Julie Greenberg-Richman

Hundreds gathered in Colorado Springs for a vigil in honor of the Pittsburgh victims. (David Ervin)

Hundreds gather for Colorado Springs vigil

Eleven white roses were sent anonymously to Temple Shalom on October 29 before the community’s interfaith evening prayer vigil. The vigil was co-hosted by Temple...

Rabbi Jay Sherwood

Rabbi Jay Sherwood is new spiritual leader at Temple Shalom

Jay Sherwood is a gem for the Southern Colorado Jewish community. He connects with children and Jews of all ages and backgrounds, with enthusiasm and charisma,” says...

Jacob Eichengreen

VIP New Faces: Jacob Eichengreen

undergraduate studies at Wesleyan University in Middletown, Conn., Jacob Eichengreen, 27, volunteered in Haiti after the 2010 earthquake assisting emergency and aid...

L-r: Harrison Rae with Sam and Ben Orkin near the Inca ruins.

Orkins kayak the world

summer, brothers Ben and Sam Orkin of Aurora traveled throughout Peru navigating rivers in remote areas of the country. “Traveling provides a chance to gain a...

Jews, Muslims, African Americans and others join together at a rally, Aug. 6, in Colorado Springs.

Ugly anti-Semitism in Colorado Springs

“Jews are appreciated because we are rare like gold,” said Abigail Gerstel, 10. “Underneath the surface, we’re all the same. It doesn’t matter what religion we...

Jeff Ader

Educator Jeff Ader is new Beit Torah president

the synagogue, I want to experience a strong feeling of joy and community. Too often, we view the building, the pews, and the prayer books as the temple, however, it’s...

Morris Dees of SPLC speaking in Colorado Springs. (Jana/Noa's Art Photography)

Southern Poverty Law Center founders speaks in Colorado Springs

us not be satisfied until justice rolls down like waters and righteousness like a mighty stream,” said Morris Dees, founder and director of the Southern Poverty Law...

The Rathmann family, l-r: Elayna, Gabbi, Sophie, Matthew and Marc.

Colorado Springs couple has a triple challenge

From skiing to softball, the Rathmann family does it all. As the academic year ends, families juggle a dizzying array of year-end school programs, sports events and...

Richard Skorman

Richard Skorman elected Colo. Spgs. City Council President

 Skorman was elected president of the Colorado Springs City Council just hours after being sworn in as a member of the council on April 18. In the April 4 election,...

L-r: Dr. Dan Golub, Adam Fedrid, Alex Amchislavskiy, Helen Starr, Fanny Starr, Sadye Hazan, Alex Ingber and Rabbi Yerachmiel Gorelik at CSU's Kosher Bistro.

Kosher on Colorado campuses

text or email the chef and they put together a kosher meal for me. Sodexo (the DU dining service) has been extraordinarily accommodating,” said sophomore Spencer Kark....