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Shana Goldberg
Shana Goldberg

IJN Assistant Publisher | shana@ijn.com

Direct democracy

Over the past few months I’ve been thinking about democracy. I don’t think I can condense my thoughts into one Snapshot, so this will be a short series. But I can...

Israel Maimon

Israel Bonds growing in Denver

The day the Intermountain Jewish News speaks with Israel Maimon, president and CEO of Development Corporation for Israel, is the deadline in Israel for a political party...

Eat well for less

How well do you know your food? I’ve been watching a TV series called “Eat Well For Less.” In each episode, the presenters, one a MasterChef UK judge, the other a...

Temple Emanuel's plaque in honor of the Pittsburgh victims. (Marc Schuman)

A plaque in Pueblo in memory of Pittsburgh

Michael F. Atlas-Acuna, president of Temple Emanuel in Pueblo, recently shared with the Intermountain Jewish News the congregation’s actions to support the Tree of...

’93Queen’

The opportunity to peek into a sectarian community is extremely rare. That alone makes “93Queen” worth watching. The documentary, which screened as part of the...

PT Barnum

PT Barnum famously observed, “All publicity is good publicity as long as they spell your name right.” We’ve witnessed the fundamental truth of this adage just last...

Denver vs. San Antonio

Travel is always enlightening. For me it’s about exploring the history and culture, but on my recent trip to San Antonio I found myself asking: What’s San Antonio...

A screenshot from Vic Lombardi's interview with Yariv Ben-Naim.

Ben-Naim of Monument connects with Vic Lombardi

Altitude Sports Radio and Altitude TV host Vic Lombardi recently exchanged numbers with Yariv Ben-Naim, 20, at a Special Olympics clinic hosted by the Denver Nuggets at...

Robert Burns (Wikimedia)

Ode to a haggis

I have the privilege of sharing a birthday with Robert Burns, Scotland’s national poet. On January 25, all across Scotland — and in diaspora communities — people...

‘Safe Injection Site’

Denver is considering instituting a so-called Safe Injection Site (SIS), where IV drug users can shoot up with clean needles, and staff is onsite to administer naloxone...