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Julie Greenberg-Richman
Julie Greenberg-Richman

Colorado Springs Mayor John Suthers, r, with Harry Sazlman, Temple Shalom member.

Mayor John Suthers briefs Springs Jewish community

In February, 2018, the Olympics will be held in PyeongChang, South Korea while construction of the US Olympic Museum and Hall of Fame is expected to be underway in...

In the Vituks' sukkah, l-r: Ben Wolsh, Tim Dover, Chaim Maultasch, Rabbi Boaz Vituk

Vituks serve troops, others in Colorado Springs

“Colorado Springs is the easiest place for our family’s Jewish lifestyle compared with everywhere else where I’ve been stationed,” comments Rabbi Boaz Vituk,...

Brothers Israel and Aiden Camire proudly display cabbages produced on the family's farm.

Peyton, Colorado: Yes, a Jewish farm!

The atmosphere is quiet at Ahava Farm in El Paso County during the 25 hours of Shabbat. Ahava Farm is owned by Yosef and his wife Chava Camire, who began farming eight...

Volunteers with the American Jewish Society for Service in the Black Forest area of Colorado.

Youth come to the Springs for community service

“I wish I had known about this opportunity when I was in high school,” says Rachel Rabinowitz, 22. “I love doing community service founded on Jewish ideals and...

Colorado Springs Police Chief Peter Carey visits the Western Wall during his trip to Israel.

Colorado Springs Police Chief Carey attends ADL seminar in Israel

Colorado Springs Police Chief Pete Carey recently returned to the US after taking part in the ADL’s annual national counter-terrorism seminar in Israel. Twelve...

Scene from 'The Last Gold,' co-produced by Mike Unger of Colorado Springs.

Documentary ‘The Last Gold’ tells the story of swimming and doping

The film “The Last Gold,” which premiered at the 2016 Los Angeles Film Festival in June, “tells a story which is important to the history of swimming and to the...

Costco to Chabad: Rabbi Liberow finds the Jews

Chabad of Southern Colorado is in its 15th year and is well-established in Colorado Springs. In 2001, Rabbi Moshe and Zelda Liberow moved to Colorado Springs from New...

Colorado Springs teens love their BBYO chapter

“WE CREATED ‘Bottles of Smiles’ for kids in the hospital by decorating jars and filling them with colorful stickers, crayons and coloring booklets. Then we put...

For Yariv, autism, statistics and sports compatible

“IF I can see it in my mind, I can remember it. I remember numbers, dates and calendars. Tell me someone’s birthdate and I’ll tell them which day of the week it’s on...

At Colorado College, Hillel provides a second home

“Hillel is a second home for college students. It provides a sense of community and a great social network,” says Nico Ravitch, co-chair for the Hillel chapter of...