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    Spring Sports All-City 2016: All-City Girls Golf Team loaded with individual, team state champs

    5A medalist Mary Weinstein of Regis Jesuit, Morgan Sahm and Amy Chitkoksoong of 5A team champ Grandview headline city's best

  • Aurora Prep Sports

    Girls Soccer: 2016 All-Centennial League teams

    AURORA | City selections from Cherokee Trail, Eaglecrest, Grandview, Overland and Smoky Hill, plus others, for the All-Centennial League girls soccer teams for the 2016 season as selected by league coaches.

  • Aurora Prep Sports

    Girls Soccer: 2016 All-Continental League teams

    AURORA | The following is a look at the players from the Aurora team (Regis Jesuit) and others who were voted all-conference first and second teams in the Continental League for their play during the 2016 girls soccer season.

  • Aurora Prep Sports

    Girls Soccer: 2016 All-EMAC teams

    AURORA | The following is a look at the players from the Aurora teams (Aurora Central, Gateway, Hinkley and Rangeview) and others who were voted all-conference first and second teams in the East Metro Athletic Conference for their play during…

  • Aurora Prep Sports

    Baseball: 2016 All-Centennial League teams

    AURORA | The following is a look at the players from the Aurora teams (Cherokee Trail, Eaglecrest, Grandview, Overland and Smoky Hill) and others who were voted all-conference first and second teams and honorable mention in the Centennial League for…

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    THE MIX: Top Entertainment & Events in Aurora-Denver, June 23- June 29

    Your guide to the top entertainment, events, concerts, games and activities taking place in the metro area

  • Guide

    Annual arts fest a chance to celebrate Aurora’s creativity

    In total, more than a dozen performers and about 75 vendors will showcase their work in and around Fletcher Plaza on Saturday

  • Guide

    Program lets Boston commuters drive some, cycle the rest

    "My ride is all along the river. It's such a beautiful ride every morning," said Rabinsky, one of a small but growing number of commuters who avoids the last few miles of rush hour gridlock by utilizing Park & Pedal. Launched last year and recently expanded, the program offers free parking at 19 strategically located lots near major employment centers and an opportunity for people to easily complete their commute on two wheels instead of four.

  • Guide

    3-D pens, moldable earbuds take stage at tech show in NY

    Here are five notable gadgets at the show, which ends Thursday.

  • Guide

    Park Service project shares stories of women along Route 66

    "We saw there was this great narrative about Route 66 out there that tended to be focused on the traveler's experience," said Kaisa Barthuli, who works with the National Park Service Route 66 Corridor Preservation Program. "We realized that Route 66, as a symbol of America, had the potential to tell so many deeper stories. It's about pulling out these lesser known stories that really help people connect and understand our history."

Colorado Table

  • Colorado Table

    BREW NEWS: Key lime weekend at Aurora breweries

    David’s wife, Erin, said the Key Lime Saison was a huge hit at last week’s Rails and Ales festival in the San Luis Valley, after which Launch Pad was voted the top brewery there.

  • Colorado Table

    Put a Brazilian twist on succotash with black beans

    This Brazilian version of succotash holds fast to the corn, but swaps out the lima beans for black beans, a staple of Brazilian cuisine. So are okra, coconut milk and cilantro, which I've also added.

  • Colorado Table

    Smoking your own ribs as easy as grilling them

    The bonus: They're easy to make — and easy to smoke — at home. You don't need a smoker to smoke ribs. All you need is a grill, some soaked wood chips and great meaty ribs.

  • Colorado Table

    Marinating salmon in juice can make a delicious difference

    First tip: buy salmon straight from the fish counter. Because it is so perishable, the fish counter will often have gorgeous wild salmon on sale. The fish should smell like a salty ocean, not "fishy." Buy it and make it the same day.

  • Colorado Table

    Cooking on Deadline: Roasted tomatoes deepen gazpacho flavor

    The sweet, layered result is well worth the slight extra hands-off time it took to bake them. If you feel like your tomatoes are perfect, then skip the roasting and get right to the chopping.

Aurora Magazine

  • Aurora Magazine

    PETS: CANINE COURT CONUNDRUMS — Juliet Piccone Wants Pets To Never Lose Their Appeal

    For the past three years, Piccone has dedicated her law practice to helping animals. Whether it’s a pooch caught in the middle of a messy divorce, a friendly elderly Auroran with a heart of gold but just too many cats, or several dogs whose chompers landed them in the slammer

  • Aurora Magazine

    SUMMERFUN: Aurora Staycation, hotels in the city that may surprise you

    And while we have those travelers to thank for the arrival of decidedly-fancy hotels like the Hyatt Regency, Aloft, Wooley’s Inn and Suites and the soon-to-be-built Gaylord Rockies, locals can enjoy those spots, too — whether for a stay in a suite or a drink at a swank hotel bar.

  • Aurora Magazine

    SUMMERFUN: Reach for it — Climba13er

    Then again, neither is the final 1,000-foot slog required to summit any of the state’s 14,000-foot peaks. Resorting to a happy medium is fine

  • Aurora Magazine

    SUMMERFUN: Wheels of fortune on the High Line Canal Trail

    From Spring Hill Golf Course in Aurora, the paved trail follows the oddly curvy and circuitous route that pioneers completed in 1883 as one of the sole sources of agricultural irrigation water when everything outside of what is now the Auraria Campus was wide open prairie.


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