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  • Metro Aurora

    Aurora theater shooting trial jury now to hear from families

    The mother of Jessica Ghawi, an aspiring sports broadcaster killed by Holmes, said she was feeling a little overwhelmed about taking the stand

  • Metro Aurora

    Prosecutors charge man in Adams County slaying

    DENVER | Prosecutors have charged a man in connection with a fatal shooting north of Denver. The Adams County District Attorney’s Office says 34-year-old Shawn Snow is facing first-degree murder, drug and weapons charges in the July 27 death of 42-year-old…

  • Metro Aurora

    No device found after bomb threat to Aurora Walmart

    Despite not finding any explosive devices, the investigation into the threat made to the store is ongoing, according to Aurora police.

  • Metro Aurora

    Hillary Clinton holds first Colorado campaign event

    DENVER |  Hillary Clinton is holding her first campaign event in Denver on Tuesday. The Democratic presidential candidate will headline an organizing meeting. Her campaign says it’s the first such meeting she’s holding outside the first-four early-voting primary states. Clinton will…

  • Metro Aurora

    For many soon-to-be former Aurorans, the rent is too damn high

    Aurora’s housing market has consistently matched the mercury this summer, with surging rent prices and plummeting vacancy rates in many pockets of the city, according to new industry reports and city officials.

State and Legislature

  • State and Region

    Colorado utilities say they can meet final air standard

    Each state has its own emissions-reduction goal and each will have flexibility in how the targets are reached. Colorado's goal was set using a measure set in 2012.

  • State and Region

    Owners turning to auctions to sell their high-end properties

    With sales of luxury homes and prices on the rise, sellers can use an auction to control the structure of the sale, set a firm deadline for the transaction and hope a bidding war will send the price higher.

  • State and Region

    Mountain bike racer killed in Crested Butte crash

    MOUNT CRESTED BUTTE | The mountain biking community is recovering after an Edwards man was killed during a race in Crested Butte. Summit Daily News reports (http://bit.ly/1g36KJn ) that 40-year-old Will Olson died Saturday during the Crested Butte stop in the Enduro…

  • State and Region

    VA officials say Colorado benefit waiting lists significantly shorter

    GOLDEN | Department of Veterans Affairs officials say they have significantly reduced the number of veterans still waiting for benefit decisions. The Denver Post reports (http://dpo.st/1hgFAzT ) that officials at a Monday news conference in Golden announced that the number of pending…

  • State and Region

    Hillary Clinton holds first Colorado campaign event

    DENVER |  Hillary Clinton is holding her first campaign event in Denver on Tuesday. The Democratic presidential candidate will headline an organizing meeting. Her campaign says it’s the first such meeting she’s holding outside the first-four early-voting primary states. Clinton will…




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Colorado Table

  • Colorado Table

    You had no idea pasta this easy could pack this much flavor

    Adding even more umami to this dish is the nutritional yeast. It's an optional ingredient, but I think well-worth seeking out if you aren't familiar with it. It adds a wonderful aged-cheese-like flavor that turns this simple mushroom-miso pasta dish into a veritable "umami bomb," which is a good thing in the food world.

  • Colorado Table

    One-at-a-time cocktails kill a summer party. Think pitchers!

    We suggest starting with six baking sheets. Cover each with tortilla chips. Now start piling on toppings. Sausage on one, browned ground beef on another, thinly sliced steak on a third, maybe some barbecue chicken on another, and so on.

  • Colorado Table

    New machines aim to revive troubled New Mexico green chile

    New Mexico land dedicated to growing chile has long been declining, and experts say mechanization might stop or even reverse the trend. Federal numbers show overall chile acreage harvested across New Mexico fell last year to a 43-year low.

  • Colorado Table

    The flavors of ceviche and shrimp cocktail, together at last

    The beauty of this dish is that it is loaded with flavor, impressive to serve and has to be made in advance (making it a great choice for a low-maintenance dinner party). For a festive appetizer, serve in margarita or martini glasses rimmed with a mixture of kosher salt, lime zest and smoked paprika, then serve with plantain chips and/or saltine crackers. It's as close to a tropical vacation as you can get without leaving your backyard.

  • Colorado Table

    Quesadillas make quick meal of heap of veggies, or leftovers

    We'll even throw the occasional leftover cooked grain into a quesadilla. Cooked quinoa or rice go great with canned beans and some chopped drained tomatoes. But whatever you do, don't forget the cheese. It is the glue that holds this delicious dish together. We like cheddar, but Jack or Gouda are nice, too.

Aurora Magazine

  • Aurora Magazine

    Savor The Summer At These Aurora Area Dining Picks

    A short list of things you have to eat before you wonder where the summer went

  • Aurora Magazine

    GASTRONOMIC SHELL GAME: Backyard Eggstasy Awaits in Metro Aurora

    It’s not a yolk, Aurora, unless it comes from a chicken who gets a lot of TLC. Egg aficionados say Åconsumers are the losers when it comes to the culinary shell game that mass produces marginal eggs. See who the local winners are.

  • Aurora Magazine

    Hoop To It — Colorado’s Growing Centrifugal Force

    “It’s like if you screw up in life, pick it up like you meant to do that,” Rippinger says as she seamlessly whips the hoop from near her feet to her waist as if it’s completely weightless and just another appendage on her body.

  • Aurora Magazine

    Close Calls For The Best Summer Ever

    No need to dread those postcards from friends and family this summer bragging about pizza in Brooklyn or exhausting fun at SeaWorld. The best summer ever could be right at home. Here are five things you’ll be happy to boast about when the days get shorter and the vacation season is nothing but good memories.

  • Aurora Magazine

    EXIT STRATEGY: Road Hard and Getaway Sweat

    It turns out that we are genetically predisposed to hate car vacations with our families


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