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King Tut’s afterlife…in Denver

IMAGINE you are dead. Family and friends make condolence calls at your home, casually observing the artifacts of your life: books, photographs, clothes, dried cans of...

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....

Organic beauty in the yard

JERRY Katz stands at the intersection of recreation and home improvement. The double duty subject? Gardening and landscaping. Katz learned the multiple benefits of...

Protecting our children: a passion of Rabbi Yitzchok Eisenman

TO all outward appearances, Rabbi Ron Yitzchok Eisenman fits easily into the comfortable stereotype of an Orthodox rabbi — the long black coat and broad-brimmed hat,...

Does J Street harm Israel? Sparks fly during IJN facilitated discussion

PLACING Jews with opposing viewpoints of the Israeli-Palestinian situation in the same room is like venturing outside on an early spring evening. Dress for polite...

The mitzvah of saving a human life

THE Torah says, “and one shall live by the commandments,” on which the Talmud comments, “and not die by them.” The Torah is a living Torah and the life it prescribes...

Camp Ramah’s rainmaker

WHAT do fine cigars and a brand-new Jewish summer camp have in common? Absolutely nothing, would be the perfectly logical answer. Wrong. There is indeed common ground...

Denver day schools strategize on coping with the economic squeeze

FOR the past 16 months or so, a perfect economic storm has been raging, affecting governments, businesses, individuals and non-profit organizations in an utterly...

Jewish life at CU

IN mid-December, as the rest of Colorado struggles for a scintilla of warmth, activity at CU Boulder reaches the boiling point. Cell phone plans max out as kids struggle...