Wednesday, October 28, 2020 -
Print Edition

Special Sections

The ‘Joint’: Taking care of abandoned or persecuted Jews worldwide for 100 years

Last fall, as part of the Global Day of Jewish Learning, Steven Schwager, CEO of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, posted an online question — “Who are...

Never too young to learn about money

BY the time they finish high school, most young people today can drive a car. They can text their friends at lightning speed. But can they balance a checkbook? Do they...

‘What is a burned house compared to a burned and gassed family?’

IN early September of 2010, Walter Plywaski lost his home and virtually all his possessions in the Fourmile Canyon fire that devoured the Boulder foothills. But what...

Children’s Jim Shmerling wanted a career combining law, medicine, business, kids — and he found it

THE upward route to the office of Dr. Jim Shmerling, The Children’s Hospital’s president and CEO, is a labyrinth of bright open spaces, arching ceilings, pastel...

The Cell: Technology against terrorism

PICTURE a typical peaceful afternoon on Denver’s 16th Street Mall. The sun is shining, pedestrians are entering and leaving shops and eateries, shuttles are making...

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,...