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YU kollel coming to Denver

EDOS will host Yeshiva University Summer Kollel every Wednesday, July 23-August 12. The rosh kollel (dean), Rabbi Michael Yammer, is a renowned Torah scholar and senior...

Cleaning up Israel

Israel may be dubbed the “Land of Milk and Honey,” but that milk is drying up and the honey is crystallizing into something unpalatable as the human drain on natural...

Rabbi Mitchell Delcau named assistant rabbi at Emanuel

Mitchell R. Delcau is the new assistant rabbi at Congregation Emanuel. He was ordained from HUC-JIR in Cincinnati on May 31. A native of Nashville, Tenn., Rabbi Declau...

CU Jewish studies graduates from certificate to department

When students return to CU this fall, they’ll have more opportunities for Jewish education. The university administration has created a Jewish studies department,...

Denver WW II Navy vets hold reunions

By Rebecca Chaizen On a recent June day in a bustling restaurant, 11 West Side WW II Navy veterans reunited to celebrate their time in the US Navy. Although each...

Boulder Jewish Festival keeps rockin’ and growin’

If you’re looking for the quintessential taste of Jewish Boulder, there’s no better place to find it than at the Boulder Jewish Festival. This past Sunday, hundreds of...

Park City’s Temple Har Shalom?s dedication

By Ben Gilliland It all started in the fall of 2003, when the leadership at Temple Har Shalom in Park City, Utah, decided to give the members of their community...

Boulderite hiking through Israel keeps eyes on the environment

There are many ways to explore and learn Israel. No one knows that better than Boulder’s Francine Lavin Weaver, who has made many trips to the Jewish homeland over the...

Barbara Figg wins ADL Positve Impact! award

J.K. Mullen High School social studies teacher Barb Figg received the ADL’s 2008 Positive Impact! Award for her commitment to inclusion, respect for diversity and...

Spoken like a true, new father, who is also a rabbi…

If you run into Har Hashem’s newest rabbi, Josh Rose, and he looks a little tired, chances are he is. But it’s not his job as a rabbi that’s keeping […]