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J Street joins JCRC; mixed reactions

Street has finally arrived. Last week, in its second try at membership in the Jewish Community Relations Council, the Israel-focused and liberal-leaning activist...

The message posted at Chabad of Southern Colorado.

Colorado Springs Chabad hit by anti-Semitic message

The Chabad Jewish Community Center in Colorado Springs was hit with an act of vandalism that Colorado Springs police are calling a hate crime. Congregants arriving for a...

The swastika painted on the Wolfs' garage door in Aurora, Colorado.

Swastika painted on Aurora home

and Sandy Wolf, who have lived in their Aurora home for almost 42 years, heard a knock on their door at 5:45 a.m. Friday, June 2. It was the police. After reassuring the...

Swastikas and ‘KKK’ were “keyed” into the surface of several automobiles near the DU Hillel House last week. (KMGH-TV Channel 7)

Swastikas at DU; police investigating possible hate crime

swastikas and the letters “KKK” were scratched into the surfaces of six cars on the same block as a Denver Hillel house last week, the Anti-Defamation League remains...

Temple Sinai celebrates 50 years

1966, as the Vietnam War raged and the disturbing question “Is G-d Dead?” appeared on the cover of Time, a young rabbi faced a choice that would ultimately redefine...

Robert E. 'Bob' Loup

Robert E. Loup dies

tough talking fundraiser whose soft side repeatedly revealed a heart of gold. A self-made man from humble beginnings who ascended to arguably the highest Jewish lay...

Bob Loup, far left, with pals on the old West Side neighborhood of Denver. (IJN Archives)

Bob Loup: The human side

Loup, who was married to Bob Loup for 30 years, is still overwhelmed by the boundless love she felt at the funeral  at the HEA on Sunday, March 19, just one day...

Bob Loup, pictured shortly before he was appointed national chair of UJA in 1982. (IJN Archives)

Bob Loup: The public figure

was always a lot more to Bob Loup than met the eye. What met the eye — at least from the perspective of a journalist working in the Jewish press — was something of a...

L-r: Sen. Cory Gardner, Sen. Michael Bennet, Gov. John Hickenlooper

Anti-Semitism: Colorado elected officials speak out

 the face of a rising tide of anti-Semitic bomb threats and vandalism in recent weeks — including two incidents in Boulder — Colorado political leaders called for...

Clockwise, from upper left: Archbishop Samuel Aquila, Imam ShemsAbdeen Ben-Masaud, Pastor Del Phillips

Anti-Semitism: Denver non-Jewish spiritual leaders speak out

first wave of bomb threats hitting Jewish community centers across the US made headlines on Jan. 9, 2017. The next three swelled in quick succession. The fifth wave,...