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Steve Mark

IJN Staff Writer | steve@ijn.com

Local reactions to Amnesty report

On Tuesday, Feb. 2, Amnesty International shook the Jewish and pro-Israel world in a report that categorized Israel’s treatment of Palestinians as “apartheid.” ...

Marshall fire — she saved her neighbor

The Dec. 30 Marshall Fire in Superior and Louisville that destroyed over 1,000 homes and businesses and displaced thousands, cost two fatalities. There would have been a...

Idiot’s guide to cryptocurrency

A few years ago, Matt Millen made his mark in asset management and other business ventures. In 2017, Millen became increasingly intrigued by the incoming financial...

Cryptocurrency finding acceptance in Jewish philanthropy

We can’t touch it, or see it. Most of us have no idea how to get it, or even how it exists. It operates as money, though not initially available at your local bank. ...

Superior resident shares devastating tale of destroyed home

Boulder Country (Superior) resident Rochelle Rittmaster lost her home, including irreplaceable Judaica, in the Marshall fire.

Ben Lusher, national chair of Moishe House, cites ‘silver lining’ in a pandemic-defined term

Strategic direction seems to be a common theme in the life of Ben Lusher. Lusher is the CEO of Denver’s Nexus BSP, an energy company with oil and gas interests across...

Patriot, philanthropist, Soviet Jewry advocate, Zionist

It is a picture-perfect day in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. Brett Kingstone is perched on his deck, 5,850 ft. high in Boulder’s Sunshine Canyon. What he views...

CU interim president Saliman’s ‘hat is in the ring’

Todd Saliman, formerly CU’s senior vice president for strategy, government relations and chief financial officer, has been the university’s interim president since...

Devastation in Louisville, Superior, Boulder County

In a catastrophe, every survivor has a unique story. In the case of the December 30 Marshall Fire that tore through Superior and Louisville, Colorado, though, there is...

JFS to resettle nearly 100 Afghan refugees

Denver is about to receive an influx of new residents, and it will take a local battalion to help them call the Mile High City home. In early January, as […]