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Monument’s ‘unconstitutional’ monument?

The First Amendment to the US Constitution is familiar to most Americans. It guarantees the rights of free speech and religion, among other rights, for American...

It’s now Schuck Chapman in Colorado Springs

When Colorado Springs first welcomed Steve and the late Joyce Schuck to town more than half a century ago, the community had no idea what dynamic personalities had...

Newcomers to Denver speak

Who would ever want to move to Colorado? Ridiculous question, right? We Coloradans know very well what a wonderful place we live in, the state where, as a certain...

BBYO is the social address for Springs Jewish teens

In a large city such as Denver, there are many opportunities for Jewish teenagers to connect with other Jewish youth: JCC, Jewish day schools, many synagogues with teen...

Ski-aholic in Park City

By Seth Feldman, Jew in the City When it comes to Jewish outreach, Jodi Berris will climb the highest mountain. Then she’ll ski down it. “I have a pretty serious...

HEA Cantor Arielle Green sings behind the mask

CHANUKAH 5781 SECTION E, PAGE 7 Arielle Green, praised since her first appearance on HEA’s bimah in July, projects such animation and authenticity that she breaks the...

Meet Colorado Springs’ diverse Jewish clergy

In some ways, the city of Colorado Springs is a small town. Traffic is not heavy, neighbors in various areas know each other, and you can meet people you know as you...

What would have happened if the Nazis had won?

“Fourth Reich,” as we all know, never happened. It’s fantasy, pure and simple, useful only to writers of dystopian fiction or as fodder for speculative...

Sukkah tales of joy — and wildlife — from the Springs

“It’s still standing!” This was the daily joke in the Altman household during Sukkot. We had had our share of problems with the Colorado wind wreaking havoc on our...

Fort Collins’ Rabbi Gorelik sworn in as Army captain

Rabbi Yerachmiel Gorelik, founder and director of Chabad of Northern Colorado and CSU in Fort Collins, was sworn-in as the first Jewish chaplain in the Colorado Army...