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Rep. Ron Weinberg: Articulate representative from Loveland

A native of South Africa, Rep. Ron Weinberg who today represents Loveland in the Colorado State House, immigrated to Los Angeles with his family in 2002, concerned about...

In Fort Collins, Shabbat 200 is now 300

Twenty years ago, Rabbi Yerachmiel Gorelik, a native of Australia who has been at the Chabad Jewish Center since 2005 and is also on the faculty at CSU, orchestrated...

The rabbi replies: Lynne Goldsmith

The rabbi replies speaks with Lynne Goldsmith of Or Hadash in Fort Collins: “If you can talk to somebody who you disagree with violently and still see that image of...

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...

Patriot, philanthropist, Soviet Jewry advocate, Zionist

It is a picture-perfect day in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. Brett Kingstone is perched on his deck, 5,850 ft. high in Boulder’s Sunshine Canyon. What he views...

CU interim president Saliman’s ‘hat is in the ring’

Todd Saliman, formerly CU’s senior vice president for strategy, government relations and chief financial officer, has been the university’s interim president since...

In ‘Love Remembers’, Mizel explores memory loss, recovery

Relocating to Colorado last year, Vicki Mizel has encapsulated much of her knowledge and experience in memory training into her recently published book, Love Remembers. ...

Devastation in Louisville, Superior, Boulder County

In a catastrophe, every survivor has a unique story. In the case of the December 30 Marshall Fire that tore through Superior and Louisville, Colorado, though, there is...

Stacey Aviva Flint: Interstitial voice

I am the Northern Star, born on the banks of the Ohio River, AKA the Jordan River. I am the Star of David, a Jewess through and through. I am all my people, and I will...

Less COVID in Boulder

a third of a million people live in Boulder County, perhaps one-tenth of whom are Jewish, according to recent demographic studies. Of those human beings, as of Dec. 19,...