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New kosher eateries open in Denver

Two new kosher food outlets in Denver, Mordy's Falafel and Bitcoin Grill, share their experiences of opening up their establishments.

New identity, affiliation for Denver shul

Earlier this month, the 21-year-old DAT Minyan announced its affiliation with the National Council of Young Israel, a national movement whose modern Orthodox and...

Jco’s ‘new’ building designed for collaboration, efficiency and beauty

In 2019, JEWISHcolorado moved into the Joyce Zeff Building, a sparkling new reimagined workspace. The new space is in the same building, which was gutted all the way to...

Denver Jewish Chamber of Commerce — more than bagels and lox

“A significant part of what we do, of course, is business promotion,” Brad Ripps of Denver Jewish Chamber of Commerce says. “It’s designed around networking,...

Everytime the wind blows: The Marshall Fire a Year Later

A few days shy of the anniversary of one of the most catastrophic events in Colorado history, the scene at the Oerman-Roche Trailhead in Superior spoke volumes. One year...

The memories never fade

Memories of IJN publisher and Denver media personality Max Goldberg on the 50th yahrzeit of his death.

VIP New Faces: Ethan Widoff

Meet Valley Beit Midrash's Ethan Widoff, one of the Intermountain Jewish News' 15 Under 40 for 2022.

VIP New Faces: Dovid Sauer

Meet Bikur Cholim coordinator Rabbi Dovid Sauer, one of the Intermountain Jewish News' 15 Under 40 for 2022.

VIP New Faces: Marisa Porter

Meet marketing consultant Marisa Porter, one of the Intermountain Jewish News' 15 Under 40 for 2022.

VIP New Faces: Zalman & Rivka Leah Popack

Meet Jewish in the City's Rabbi Zalman and Rivka Leah Popack, part of the Intermountain Jewish News' 15 Under 40 for 2022.