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In New York, two arrested in ‘developing threat’

Two men were arrested on Nov. 19 at Pennsylvania Station in Manhattan for what the New York Police Department called “a developing threat to the Jewish community.”

Interfaith vigil for Club Q at ReelWorks

The Colorado interfaith community is hosting a Club Q vigil tonight, Monday, November 21, 2022, at 7 p.m. at ReelWorks.

In Ukraine, a dark winter looms

As temperatures fall and Russian attacks on Ukraine’s power grid ramp up, Jewish groups are directing their efforts toward making sure that Ukrainian Jews can remain...

Three killed in Ariel terror attack

JERUSALEM — Three Israelis were killed in a terrorist attack on Tuesday, Nov. 15, in Ariel in the West Bank. The perpetrator, Mohammed Soof, 18, from the nearby...

Denverites living in Israel react to Nov. 1 elections

In Tzur Hadassah, a politically moderate suburb of Jerusalem, Ari Hoffman, a Denver native, said he cried as he cast his first ballot after moving from Denver last...

Shifting approach to looted art

A Dutch committee charged with assessing and acting on claims about artwork stolen from Jews before and during the Holocaust has determined that a painting by Wassily...

BBC called out for editorial failings

A BBC article about an attack on a bus full of Jewish students celebrating Chanukah last year contained “significant editorial failings,” according to a report...

Rabbi Strear resigns from JEWISHcolorado

JEWISHcolorado has announced the departure of Rabbi Jay Strear as President & CEO of the organization at the end of the month.

New Mexico federation folds

After a series of bitter legal and boardroom battles within the Jewish Federation of New Mexico over the past two years, the 75-year-old community organization announced...

Brittany Pettersen: District 7

Among the many issues that State Senator Brittany Pettersen has highlighted in her campaign to be elected to the US House of Representatives two — education and...