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Larry Hankin
Larry Hankin

IJN Associate Editor | larry@ijn.com

Bonnie Brae: A Denver treasure

THE growth of suburbs and suburban flight has been a factor in the deterioration of many large US cities. This is not the case in Denver. Despite an array of attractive,...

Parker Mayor David Casiano and the rabbi

PASSOVER EDITION SECTION B PAGE 2 Did you hear the one about the mayor and the rabbi? Sounds like the beginning of another joke. The punch line to this one, however,...

Passover, no potatoes? No, you won’t starve

With Passover come so many food restrictions, so why would someone write a Passover cookbook excluding one of the few things we may eat on Passover, namely potatoes?...

Not your zaydie’s seder!

Playwright Lisa Loomer feels she has given voice to “both sides” of the Israel-Palestinian conflict in her provocative play, “Two Things You Don’t Talk About at...

Boulder Arts & Crafts celebrates 40th

THE year was 1971. In Boulder, the hand-made, down-to-earth, flower-power sensibilities of the late 1960s were lingering as pop culture began evolving into the...

West Side Story ‘Anybodys’ is Jewish

CHANUKAH EDITION SECTION D PAGE 2 ONE of the more intriguing characters in the musical “West Side Story” is Anybodys, the tomboy who desperately wants to be accepted...

New branding for Shalom Park expands the concept of ‘continuum of care’

THE “golden years” — as many find out — are not always so golden. Some people are fortunate to retire at the age of their choosing, live with their spouses for many...

IJN kicks off annual Chanukah Coloring Contest

Simchat Torah marks the kickoff of the 25th annual Intermountain Jewish News Doris Sky Chanukah Coloring Contest. Deadline for entries in the contest is 5 p.m.,...

AJA’s 40th birthday: a proud history, an exciting future

Present at Creation — 1971 Allied Jewish Apartments to Open in August, Intermountain Jewish News, July 9, 1971: Paul Miller, president of the of Allied Jewish Housing,...

At Rodef Shalom…Hamantaschen

When Robert Lederman moved to Denver 20 years ago, he brought with him two things that say a great deal about the man: his distinctive Worcester, Massachusetts accent...