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Aurora Now February 14, 2024
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You've probably heard of the Charles Burrell Arts campus in Aurora, but do you know about the legendary man behind the name on this Aurora Public School? He's 103-years-old and has been called the Jackie Robinson of classical music. Wait until you meet him! Also on this week's show, another honor for Food Network star and owner of Aurora's Báhn and Butter Bakery; tips from the Aurora designer featured on a hit HGTV program; Winter Bike to Work Day; and a four-legged friend causes quite a stir at this week's City Council meeting. Those stories and many more this week on Aurora Now.


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Meet 103-year-old music legend, Charles Burrell, at Aurora's Charles Burrell Arts Campus

Aurora’s first African-American firefighter, Ruben Sims Jr, has a street dedicated in his honor

The Three counties Aurora lies in are sending out ballots ahead of Colorado’s presidential primary on Tuesday, Mar. 5

Aurora’s Civic Engagement Academy allows you to make a difference in the community

Recent graduates of the civic engagement academy team up with Habitat for Humanity to build an Aurora home

Aurora interior designer, Poonam Moore, is back on HGTV’s "Rico to the Rescue" for Season 2

Poonam offers an interior design tip for people with small spaces

Bánh and Butter's, Thoa Nguyen, receives the Amazing Auroran award after her recent run on the Food Network’s "Holiday Baking Championship"

Community Calendar: Aurora is again offering the HOA 101 Series

Community News: The city of Aurora is hiring! Apply now

Aurora Police Sergeant discusses sextortion and shares tips to help keep kids safe

Aurora Mental Health & Recovery offers 24/7 services year-round to kids, teens & adults

PSA #1: Sextortion Survivor

City of Aurora teams up with DRCOG for "Winter Bike to Work Day"

Bike lockers are now available at select Aurora RTD stations and the first 18-hours are free

Teens encouraged to use RTD’s "Zero Fare for Youth" program to ride to city recreation centers

The results of the Alameda Corridor Study are now in

Students at Columbia Middle School get a look at future career opportunities

Aurora Animal Shelter introduces one of their pets to city council


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