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Generations

Dorothy Feldman Cohen: Regal repository of Denver Jewish history

Dorothy Feldman Cohen, 94, sits on a high-backed purple chair in her living room. A regal repository of Denver Jewish history, she politely dismisses the spotlight...

Polio Journals: Its devastating effects on a Jewish woman and her family

A week after returning from her mother’s funeral in 1985, Anne Gross received a package at her home in Denver. She carried it to the kitchen table, opened it and...

Warrior Stories: 20 World War II veterans swap memories

“LONG story short.” More than one of the old warriors who gathered June 6 at a Denver area restaurant summed up their tales of war with that phrase. Long stories,...

The dangers of distracted driving

By Samantha Bernstein Colorado is one of 26 states that have categorized text messaging while driving as a primary offense. The statute has been implemented due to a...

A healthy high?

ONE of the first things you notice at Ganja Gourmet on South Broadway is an iconic portrait hanging to the right of the bar. It’s a faithful reproduction of Leonardo Da...

Jewish farmers? In the city? You better believe

IF you listen carefully, you might hear new and curious sounds emanating from the Denver Jewish community. Such as a rake drawing its tines through freshly turned earth....

Love of the game

HOWARD Rollin’s moment in the sun happened on a summer’s day in 1990, on a local baseball diamond, facing down an unknown pitcher, the reassuring feel of a wooden bat...

When life is ending: Jewish hospice

HOSPICE has revolutionized the way human beings die. Surrounded by family, tended by a compassionate staff and chaplain, the dying person can leave this world with...