After nearly three years as the city of Aurora’s first official master of verse, Jovan Mays is soon headed for different, lyrical pastures. Mays, who was tabbed to become the city’s first-ever poet laureate in 2014, will end his tenure as official city ambassador of verse in January.
Things have gone so well that the brewery near Buckley Air Force Base has already upgraded its brewing equipment a full year earlier than owner and brewer David Levesque had hoped. We sat down with David to talk about his time maintaining nuclear missiles in the Air Force, brewing “big” beers, $2 PBR pitchers and the future of the craft beer scene.
We sat down with Shaker to find out how the native of suburban Chicago went from building health clinics in Niger to plotting one of the country’s most anticipated redevelopment projects. Well, that, and to sink the hell out of his battleships — with a little help from Mu Brewery
Aleah recently bought Norwood his first camera, a Canon, and he’s put it to good use in a short time. He’s an Instagram superstar (jordanorwood) with well over 14,000 followers and his feed is peppered with photos of football and the landscapes and people that capture his imagination.
Does absence make the heart grow fonder and would I run for Mayor? I know that’s the burning question — we’ll wait and see. I can’t make that statement now
The Aurora school is close to Vaughn’s heart for a lot of reasons. His mother and sister graduated from there. His grandparents still live in the Mission Viejo subdivision just a few blocks away.
It’s a sunny March day outside the sleepy town of Bennett, a blissfully small burg about 40 minutes east of the chaos of Aurora. The town boasts a car wash built for one and a chihuahua that looks both ways before he crosses the road. And it’s also the home of Thunder, the Denver Broncos […]
As of May, Col. John Wagner has been the latest moniker to grace that coveted spot on a desk in North Aurora. Previously the commander of the 614th Aid and Space Operations Center and the Joint Space Operations Center at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California, Wagner is no stranger to the mission of Buckley’s 460th Space Wing — which centers on global missile detection using satellites.