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In Israel’s south, Palestinians, Israelis work on environment

A motto of Israel’s Arava Institute for Environmental Studies: “Nature knows no political borders.” The 176-year-old American Assn. for the Advancement of Science...

‘Genesis Project’ can help Israel’s food security

Since 1948, when the fledgling State of Israel celebrated its independence and began exporting and importing goods from other countries, it has become reliant on global...

In the face of the war, tourism plummets

Amid Israel’s war with the Hamas terrorist organization in the Gaza Strip, tourism is in a state of collapse with a 90% drop in visitors in November, according to...

Boulder man helps supply IDF soldiers

When Israel found itself once again dragged into war, part-time Coloradan and real estate developer Brett Kingstone has found a way to express both of these passions. ...

The surprising origins of KOA radio host Ross Kaminsky

KOA radio host Ross Kaminsky informs, entertains and challenges listeners weekdays, 10 a.m. to noon. While the pre-med student Kaminsky didn’t become a physician, he...

Jco raises over $5 million for Israel

JEWISHcolorado’s Israel Emergency Fund has raised over $5 million, said Jco President & CEO Renée Rockford.

Lab grown meat: kosher but not parve

The Orthodox Union has granted kosher certification to a type of lab-grown meat, a decision that could signal an expansion of the options available under Judaism’s...

Greenland — not your usual economic opportunity

For Paul Cohen, an American Jew who has lived in Narsaq, Greenland with his wife Monika for 22 years, Narsaq’s remoteness is more than offset by its stunning...

Israel, Cyprus, Greece unite energy grids

Israel is poised to finalize an unprecedented energy deal with Greece and Cyprus.

JFS mobile pantry makes the rounds

It is mid-morning, and for the second day in a row, it is a sweltering 98 degrees. Yet, a crowd of 20 is lined up in the Westwood subdivision in southwest Denver,...