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Steve Mark

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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 […]

From litigator to challah baker

Hagemeier is in her kitchen, occasionally opening the oven to poke into what’s cooking. 
 “Just to make sure there’s nothing raw,” she says. Hagemeier is...

Anti-Semitic stickers in Denver’s Uptown

32-year-old woman was walking her border collie mix late at night in Denver’s Uptown neighborhood, when she made a startling discovery, and a reminder that hate speech...

Holocaust education for Colorado schools taking shape

heavy lifting has been done. Now comes the stretch run. 
 Back on July 8, 2020, Gov. Jared Polis signed into law the Holocaust and Genocide Studies in Public Schools...

Local agencies expand food, support to Denver’s needy

CHANUKAH 5782 SECTION B PAGE 8 woman fills up her shopping cart with the usual items on a grocery list: canned goods, fruits, vegetables. There is no checkout lane,...

Strung across the world

CHANUKAH 5782 SECTION D PAGE 12 as long as Michael Brittan can remember, he has been smitten by the violin. 
 “I grew up in a very musical family,” remembers...

Jewish defenseman is a Pioneer

you have seen the reports this summer regarding a young hockey prospect from California, Shai Buium, who hopes someday to play in the National Hockey League, and whose...

Anti-Jewish vandalism in East Denver

Two area schools six blocks apart in East Denver were vandalized last weekend, with shocking undertones. The damage included extensive anti-Semitic graffiti and other...

Catching up with the Consul General in Salt Lake City

April, the IJN spent one-on-one time with Israel’s Consul General of Los Angeles, Hillel Newman, on a visit to Denver. That interview with Newman helped commemorate...

VIP: Dr. Andy White

Andy White arrives at work looking a bit windblown, in a healthy sort of way. White prefers to make his six-mile commute from Denver’s Crestmoor neighborhood by...

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