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Colorado’s pot czar: Navigating untested waters

Freedman, the first person in the world to bear the auspicious title of marijuana czar, occupies a barebones office in the Colorado State Capitol Annex building on...

What ads tell us about Election 2014

Disclaimer: What follows is completely unscientific, totally anecdotal, and not necessarily proof of anything. But we’ve noticed. Some candidates are advertising more...

Two takes on legalizing marijuana

This week’s IJN editorial page presents two takes on our state’s new claim to fame: As of January 1, 2014, using marijuana for recreational purposes is...

Is G-d trying to tell us something?

Should we be worried? When preparing Andrea Jacobs’ story last week on the Boulder floods for early publication, we experienced a brief moment of déjà vu:...

Blowing the shofar – a mile above sea level

It’s not something one ponders often, but how difficult is it to blow the shofar in Denver, at one mile or 5280 feet above sea level? In its Rosh Hashana edition,...

Doing business with Israel

Israel-related stories abound in the Intermountain Jewish News and in the Jewish press in general. But there were two stories in particular that caught our eye this week...

Let’s get high

One of the features in this year’s Generations magazine (published today) is about Ganja Gourmet, Steve Horwitz’s head shop-cum-bakery located on South...

Link to…Colorado

It’s been a couple of weeks since Rocky Mountain Jew’s last “links to the world” post, but fear not! We’re still busy scouring media from...