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Julie Greenberg-Richman
Julie Greenberg-Richman

Alan Turing cracked Nazi Germany’s Enigma code

Perched on a table in the synagogue’s social hall, the Enigma machine’s keyboard, rotors, lampboard and plugboard seemed to work as smoothly as they did during WW II....

Survivor Martin Weiss addresses 150 at Regis University

THE IMAGE of white tablecloths and the smell of food remains vivid to Martin Weiss to this day. “Right after the war, a restaurant owner invited us in. He put us at...

Colorado Springs Jewry’s roots go back to 1861

ROSH HASHANAH EDITIONSECTION D PAGE 4 “A PEOPLE without the knowledge of their past history, origin and culture is like a tree without roots,” said the civil rights...

Zionists attend anti-Zionist rally in Colorado Springs

“IT was a good night to be a Zionist in Colorado Springs” stated long-time Colorado Springs resident and attorney Manny Weiss after attending an evening event Monday,...

Transitions at Temple Shalom: lay leaders, professionals

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed people can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.” — Margaret Meade COLORADO SPRINGS...

Temple Shalom Mitzvah Day is tikkun olam in action

Temple Shalom’s social hall, sanctuary and meeting areas were bustling with activity on Sunday, May 4, as over 100 of the Jewish community spent the morning...

Jessica Van Bueren one of ‘Best and Brightest’

JESSICA Van Bueren, a senior at Liberty High School in Colorado Springs, has been named one of the “Best and Brightest of 2014” by The Gazette newspaper. Twenty high...

Volunteer-driven Temple Beit Torah perseveres, thrives

“WE were wandering Jews from our founding in 1992, renting space for many years, until the Temple Beit Torah congregation purchased its own home, in 2004,” according...

Interfaith network engages to mitigate homelessness

“WHEN I went into the Interfaith Hospitality Network Program, I was broken and discouraged. The people there saw things in me that I didn’t see. The program saved my...

Young Jewish professionals connect in the Springs

COLORADO SPRINGS — “Living in Colorado Springs as a Jewish adult in one’s 20s or 30s can be challenging, socially and culturally,” according to Walter Shedroff, 30,...