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Fentanyl: The killer among us

At the age of 20, Hoover, a Thornton resident, had been an opioid addict for three years.

Trudy Strauss: survivor, centenarian, potter

Generations, Boomer-Senior section Strauss gazes through the sliding glass door in her southeast Denver apartment, smiles and says “I like sunsets. I like watching...

The Kamlets — happy campers for 70+ years

Stan Kamlet and Louan Hayutin met as kids in Jewish Denver, then 'clicked' later at Brandeis Camp as teens.

Artistic resident at Springbrooke personalizes her new home

Grace Dallenegra is a prolific lifelong artist and her daughter is a Denver-area interior designer. It’s no wonder that Dallenegra’s apartment at Springbrooke Senior...

Yaron and Michael Marcus ‘sell Denver’

There are approximately 8,000 realtors in the Denver metro area. In a red hot market where properties listed in the morning are sold within a few days, or even by...

Five ‘teaching emissaries’ bring Hebrew and Israel to DAT

Ever since its founding nearly three decades ago, Israel has been near the heart and soul of the Denver Academy of Torah, the Lowry-based K-12 Jewish day school that has...

Israel & Ukrainian refugees: Denver voices

More than 5.3 million Ukrainians have fled from their country in the wake of the Russian invasion that began February 24, according to the UN High Commissioner for...

IST marks 50 years

Transformative. That was the description heard most frequently at the recent 50th reunion of what is now named the Joyce Zeff Israel Study Tour. As the only community...

Davening is the ‘hallmark’ of Kehilas Bais Yisroel

The formal name is Kehilas Bais Yisroel, the MB Glassman Shul, but everyone just refers to this East Side Orthodox synagogue as “KBY.”

Denver Kosher Info Exchange

Since 2009, the Denver Kosher Information Exchange, a Facebook group, has become an online stream of communication between metro-area, kosher-observant Jews (and some...