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What happened to California?

I love Los Angeles, the palms, the weather, the beach, the friends, the kosher restaurants. I spent a year in college in Berkeley, living high in the Berkeley Hills,...

Ilhan Omar isn’t the only hypocrite on Armenia

Last week’s overwhelming vote by the House of Representatives in favor of a resolution condemning the genocide of Armenians by the Ottoman Empire from 1915 to 1923...

Ta ta ta ta ta ta ta

One of the fun features of the New York subway system is that you still buy train tickets from a vending machine that returns coins. Not just any coins, but also golden...

Can ‘it’ happen here? It depends on what ‘it’ is

Nazi analogies are notoriously loose, which doesn’t mean things in the US haven’t changed If “it” is the transformation of American society into a racist state...

Would you close down the Challah Bake, Mr. Rivlin?

There is a “Great Big Challah Bake” next Thursday. It’s very popular. It’s lovely. It’s about Shabbat. It’s about bringing diverse elements of the community...

Fred Davine

Fred Davine, known widely as a successful Denver businessman and entrepreneur, passed away Oct. 23, 2019. A private funeral service was held and the family has scheduled...

Dolores Sherman

Dolores Sandler Sherman, a native and lifelong Denver resident, passed away peacefully on Nov. 1, 2019 in Denver. Rabbi Emily Hyatt officiated at the Nov. 4 graveside...

Women for Israel

“A nation that forgets its past has no future.” That’s the mantra that Siggy Flicker lives by. The matchmaker-turned-reality-TV-celebrity was the guest speaker at...

Kathy Berman

Longtime Colorado educator Kathy Lynn Berman passed away Oct. 31, 2019 in Louisville. Funeral services took place Nov. 3 at Mt. Nebo Cemetery. Rabbi Yechiel Erlanger of...

VIP New Faces: Ian Solow-Niederman

regional director of Rocky Mountain BBYO, Ian Solow-Niederman, 27, was busy this past year with hosting the 2019 BBYO International Convention, which was held in Denver,...