From the archives: Coronations past
Rocky Mountain JewMay 04, 2023
Ahead of Charles III's coronation, a search through the IJN archives for how past coronations of British kings and queens were covered.
From the archives: The birth of Israel
Rocky Mountain JewApr 20, 2023
How did the IJN report the birth of the state of Israel, 75 years ago, and what else was making news at the time?
From the archives: Denver mayoral races
Rocky Mountain JewMar 09, 2023
The IJN takes a dive into its archive — When Thomas J. Morrissey ran for Denver mayor.
From the Archives: When Abba Eban came to Denver
Rocky Mountain JewFeb 09, 2023
The IJN takes a dive into its archive — seventy years ago this week brought a most illustrious name to Denver — Israeli Ambassador to the US Abba Eban.
From the archives: The liberation of Auschwitz
Rocky Mountain JewJan 26, 2023
Tomorrow, January 27, 2023, marks the 78th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau by Soviet forces. Today, Auschwitz is synonymous with Hitler’s war...
From the archives: Martin Luther King, Jr.
Rocky Mountain JewJan 19, 2023
Martin Luther King, Jr.’s relationship with the Jewish community is oft-cited and usually lauded. Was it as peaceful and aligned as it is portrayed? To answer this, we...
From the archives: A 114-year-old Denverite
Rocky Mountain JewDec 29, 2022
In our search through the IJN archive we discovered that 76 years ago this week, Beth Israel Home for the Aged was celebrating its new facility on 17th and Meade on the...
From the archives: Chanukah fun facts
Rocky Mountain JewDec 15, 2022
In our search through the IJN archive for mentions of latkes and gelt, an item caught our attention: “Light on Chanukah” is a compendium of fun facts about Chanukah...
From the archives: Thanksgiving
Rocky Mountain JewNov 23, 2022
An exploration of Thanksgiving through the IJN archives.
From the archives: Kristallnacht
Rocky Mountain JewNov 09, 2022
On the 84th anniversary of Kristallnacht, a look in the IJN archives to see how the pogrom was covered at the time.