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L’Chaim (Spring)

Out of Africa — making a new life in Denver

Walk around the room at any medium-to-large event in Denver’s Jewish community and you are likely to hear someone speaking English in that unmistakable melodic South...

Fielder captures world’s most beautiful place

Few would dispute that John Fielder is Colorado’s best-known photographer today, quite possibly ever.

Meet Carbondale’s Down Valley Jews

Down Valley Jewish Family and Friends, is a new chavurah serving Jews not only in Carbondale, but as far northwest as New Castle and as southwest as Redstone.

The teacher in the front row

The teacher in the front row is Denver-bred Mallory Bustow, who has built a solid reputation as a B’nai Mitzvah tutor at area synagogues

Ukraine — stories from one year of war

The world on Feb. 24 will mark a sad anniversary — a year since Russia invaded Ukraine, a once-fellow republic in the Soviet Union.

For Frank & Margo Goldman, community service is in their blood

When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, Frank and Margo Goldman sprung into community service mode, finding ways to procure and distribute personal protective equipment and...

Bar Mitzvah serves as ears and advocate for his parents

On the morning of January 29, a 13-year-old strode to the pulpit at East Denver Orthodox Synagogue and delivered a Bar Mitzvah speech that rocketed him into manhood, and...

Sailing through history on the Hudson

A Monsey resident — by way of Germany and Spain — says he will emulate the footsteps of Jewish travelers from the 17th-19th centuries this spring, aboard a...

Funny man: Denver native hits the big time

Gardenswartz, busily at work on Amazon Studios’ much anticipated, post-COVID fourth season of “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” is at the top of his game. “This is my...

Judaism and horror in film

those not-so-rare occasions when religion and horror cinema intersect, Judaism is seldom part of the picture. Phantoms, demons and assorted other entities that go bump...