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Generations

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

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 bimah...

Colorado’s pot czar: Navigating untested waters

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 on...

From Aleppo to Denver: A family’s journey

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

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...

Dorothy Feldman Cohen: Regal repository of Denver Jewish history

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 enveloping...

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 WW II veterans swap memories

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, indeed....