One more dead Jew.
Her name was Lori Gilbert-Kaye. She was a congregant at Chabad of Poway near San Diego, CA, in synagogue for a Shabbat service on the final day of Passover. Her mother passed away in November. She was there to say a mourner’s Kaddish for her.
A man walked in. Really, an overgrown baby of 19 years of age, carrying an “AR-15-style assault rifle,” (according to Poway
Several times a year, Outdoor Retailer brings together media, manufacturers, retailers, and industry advocates through trade shows, Outdoor Retailer Magazine, product demo events, media events and web-based business solutions. They have remained
Holy honey goodness. Look, Colorado, we need to have a talk. I’ve been right and wrong - as much as anyone - throughout my life. But I was positive, self assured, unrepentantly sure that honey and whiskey was garbage. There. I said it. I’ve always thought whiskey was whiskey and it should just be whiskey. Jack Daniels dropped that Jack Daniels Tennessee Honey in 2011 and I tried it, spat it
The 2019 session of the Colorado legislature is a wrap. Democrats passed an incredible amount of bills that will affect Boulder County, including full kindergarten for all, oil and gas regulations, and the Extreme Risk Protection Order bill (AKA red flag law). Governor Polis also signed eight education related bills into law. USNews ranks CO as 30th overall in education * There was an armed
Can the outdoor recreation industry save the planet?
They will certainly try.
At the end of January of this year, the Outdoor Industry Association, Snowsports Industries America, and the National Ski Areas Association, announced the creation of the Outdoor Business Climate Partnership (OBCP), which will work to raise public and political awareness about the detrimental impacts of climate