Shabbat Shalom: A Communal Confession

Shabbat Shalom: A Communal Confession

Shabbat Shalom: A Communal Confession A conversation I had recently about community continues to gnaw at me. I was talking to someone in his 60s, someone who, throughout his life, has been an active member of the Jewish community here in Denver. Now an empty nester,...
Friday In the Park with YAD

Friday In the Park with YAD

Friday In the Park with YAD comment dots icon Guest post by Michelle Jacobson, JEWISHcolorado Young Adult Division (YAD) Manager YAD Shabbat is back. In real life and better than ever. The program came roaring back, smokin’ hot, with a kosher BBQ in Creekside...
Challah Back (and Back and Back)

Challah Back (and Back and Back)

Challah Back (and Back and Back) comment dots icon Guest post by Bill St. John Bill St. John has written and taught about restaurants, food, cooking and wine for more than 40 years, locally for Rocky Mountain News, The Denver Post, and KCNC-TV Channel 4, and...
Shabbat Shalom: A Communal Confession

Shabbat Shalom: Listening to Many Voices

Shabbat Shalom: Listening to Many Voices As the world has reopened, the frequency with which I am in meetings over coffee and meals has increased. Too frequently during our conversations, especially if the person with whom I am speaking is over the age of 70, we land...

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