Saturday, September 19, 2020 -
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The rise and fall of I. Rude

ROSH HASHANAH EDITION 5781 L’CHAIM® MAGAZINE PAGE 13 is a park in the West Denver neighborhood of Sun Valley, an urban oasis with sweeping lawns, a little stream and...

Dysia Sonenreich: The voice of a survivor

ROSH HASHANAH EDITION 5781 L’CHAIM® MAGAZINE PAGE 23 Sonenreich, 89, recounts her years in the Holocaust with equanimity. Bitter loss never dissolves in tears. A few...

Air Force Academy’s new Jewish chaplain

Meet Captain Saul Rappeport, the newest addition to Colorado Springs’ Jewish clergy. Rabbi Rappeport is stationed at the US Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs. He...

Reopening schools amidst a pandemic

well-worn phrase “back to school” — an inescapable part of our late summer ritual — might not be totally accurate in this strange year of 2020. In a week or two,...

Todd Siler bridges art and science

Siler, a renowned multimedia artist, helps individuals and groups fine-tune and resolve goals through a creative process utilizing scissors, paste, crayons, found...

Remembering Leopold Guldman and the Golden Eagle

Guldman is no longer of this world. His bones repose in Emanuel Cemetery, and have done so these past 84 years. The business he founded and tirelessly promoted, the...

Wanderlust on hold

January, 2020, as reports of a novel virus in Wuhan, China, galvanized my attention, I booked a mid-April trip to Stockholm, Sweden, for my brother’s milestone...

Healthcare workers in Colorado Springs reflect on COVID-19

In this extraordinary time in which we are living, no set of people has been more affected by changes than medical professionals. Doctors, nurses, psychiatrists and...

All in day’s work; a midwife shares her story

Midwifery reemerges definition of a successful day at work differs from profession to profession and from person to person. But imagine, if your biggest accomplishment...

Who would you invite to your Shabbat table?

the Israelites assembled at Mt. Sinai to receive the Torah, they were warned not to touch the mountain on penalty of death. Today we adhere to a similar ban to stem...