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Bleeding Kansas…Tel Aviv

The scenes in Israel fill me with a sense of foreboding. While I fully support the right to public demonstrations, that such a large percentage of the country’s...

Vote No on Referred Question 2O

On April 4, voters will be asked whether the conservation easement on Park Hill Golf Course should be lifted. We urge you to vote no.

Kiss of life

1968’s Pulitzer Prize winning photo “Kiss of Life” depicts two electricians, Randall Champion and Jay Thomson, literally hanging from a power pole.

From the archives: Denver mayoral races

The IJN takes a dive into its archive — When Thomas J. Morrissey ran for Denver mayor.

Leaves, Steve and Karen

An American Jewish grandfather struggled with the Yiddish and Hebrew names of his grandchildren.


Who taught the religious people who attacked Palestinians in Huwara that bodily harming the innocent is permitted by the Torah?

‘Troubles in the Square’

There are so many truly amazing public works of art around the world. Often these works of art add another layer and vibe to a street or a town.

Netanyahu faces a Begin moment

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu faces his “Menachem Begin moment” — when the Zionist leader did not retaliate for the Altalena.

From the archives: CU’s Purim Queen

The IJN takes a dive into its archive — CU Boulder Hillel crowns a Purim queen at its 1952 Purim ball.

Worse than cancel culture

Last month, Puffin announced it had rewritten some of Roald Dahl’s works to remove language deemed offensive. The backlash was swift.