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Nature’s beautiful show

By the time you are reading this, the sun will be shining once again and spring will be back in the air, with the record snowfall of this past week but a distant memory....

Standing on his head

Serendipity — or just excellent organization? That’s what I asked myself as, on Yom Ha’atzmaut, Alon Ben Gurion took the stage at JNF Mountain States’ annual...

Kendrick Castillo

If one visits Thiepval in France or Tyne Cot in Belgium, one sees seemingly endless rows of names etched in stone. These are the war dead, the young men who died in...

Denver Health aims to ‘change the world’

For Robin Wittenstein, Ed.D., it’s all one river flowing into the sea. The sea is “changing the world” and the staging ground is Denver Health. For the CEO of...

Not everything is an anti-Semitic dog whistle

South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg’s upstart presidential campaign has gone far better than anyone could have predicted. But when speaking in Las Vegas this week, he made...

Tlaib at best, incoherent; at worst, malevolent

When I was updating a pro-Israel academic about Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib’s recent remarks, she just burst out laughing. She wasn’t even upset. Tlaib’s statement...

A new cabin at Camp Shwayder at the base of Mt. Evans.

The new face and vision of Shwayder Camp

Woe to the contemporary Jewish summer camp if it thinks it can do what camps did decades ago and succeed. Nice surroundings. Nice counselors. Nice programs. And the kids...

Playoff fever

On my way into work on Tuesday, the morning after the Avalanche’s spectacular overtime win against the San Jose Sharks, I heard a most amazing stat. According to the...

The national concierge desk

Reuma Eldar of The Voice of Israel radio has passed away. She truly was the voice of Israel. I was raised on her melodious voice. For early risers, her brother was...

Sharp and Soft

Sharp and Soft. Two ways people treat each other, and the way people are treated. Can Sharp and Soft inhere in a single person? Can a person be both? Should a person be...