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JTown, a new suburban address for ‘doing Jewish’

, whose name evokes a dusty designationloin a Clint Eastwood Western, is attracting a steady stream of followers to its growing Jewish communal presence in Lone Tree. “We don’t have an address, which is the beauty of JTown,” says co-director Cindy Abramson. “We’re a place that’s not a place. Wherever we are together is JTown.” […]
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Andrea Jacobs

IJN Senior Writer | andrea@ijn.com

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