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Kaely Michels-Gualtieri

Trapeze artist Kaely Michels-Gualtieri is flying high

For many people, it would be hard to set aside one’s life and choose a life of travel and adrenaline that the circus has to offer. For an 18-year-old girl from...

Crossing the goal line: How Andy Levy shed 138 pounds

IT’’S LUNCHTIME, and Andy Levy doesn’t even need to see a menu. He orders his usual: a scoop of tuna salad in a tomato garnished with sliced cucumbers and onion....

Bess Brown: 99 years with a smile

By Griffin Hughes Colorado through Tulsa, Oklahoma via Texas. In 99 years, she’s traveled all over the world and back, whether by freighter, cruise or plane. Now Bess...

Soccer, the import sport, takes hold among Jewish kids

By Griffin Hughes Every four years, the world unites to watch the greatest tournament in sports: the FIFA World Cup. The world, that is, minus the United States. These...

Five Colorado Springs women celebrate Bat Mitzvah

“At age 76, I have my Bat Mitzvah degree. This is a big deal because I got married at a young age and didn’t go to college,” says Gloria Royne as she speaks on the...

Colorado’s pot czar: Navigating untested waters

Andrew Freedman, the first person in the world to bear the auspicious title of marijuana czar, occupies a barebones office in the Colorado State Capitol Annex building...

From Aleppo to Denver: A family’s journey

Generations are fascinating, and sometimes unpredictable, phenomena. L’dor V’dor — from generation to generation — is a Jewish ideal dealing with passing on Judaism...

Friendship Circle reaches out

By Joe Parris Laughter, smiles, and companionship; that is what friendship is all about. For some children with special needs, however, making friends can become...

Aliyah: Local families making the big move

GENERATIONS MAGAZINE THE word itself — aliyah — is loaded with significance. Translated from Hebrew into English, it means to ascend, or go up. In terms of Zionism,...

Bright, funny, happy and. . . trapped in a body that does not work

GENERATIONS MAGAZINE Eric Blackwood knows a thing or two about imagination — not the kind that inspires great literature or art but allows him to soar in a wheelchair...