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Aurora Now January 31, 2024
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Be kind in Aurora and beyond. Some students at Cherokee Trail High School have taken that to heart. They've even formed a club. We'll show you how they're making a big difference and how you can, too. Also on this week's show, our Aurora History Museum is hosting an event to honor Black History Month; On Havana Street and the Town Center at Aurora gear up for Lunar New Year celebrations; and a place called the Pickleball Food Pub offers a unique new way to play this popular sport in Aurora. Those stories and many more this week on Aurora Now.


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Cherokee Trail High School students show all of us how to "Be Kind"

Random Acts of Kindness Week is Feb. 11-17

Aurora firefighters honor a Children's Hospital Colorado cancer survivor

AuroraTV wants you to "Tell Us Something Good"

Good news for drivers: traffic lights from E-470 onto Gartrell are now up and running

New overpass at I-70 and Piccadilly will be city's first diverging diamond interchange

Connect with the city using Access Aurora app

PSA #1: The World of Autism

New pickleball pub opens up in Aurora

Register for the city's 2024 spring and summer camps 

Winter Bike to Work Day is Friday, Feb. 9

Havana Street Lunar New Year Celebration is Sunday, Feb. 4

Town Center at Aurora's Lunar New Year Festival is Friday, Feb. 9

Movies at the Library series features "Kung Fu Panda 3" at Tallyn's Reach

PSA #2: Eat on Havana Street

"Black Figures Who Shaped Aurora" event is Feb. 10 at the Aurora History Museum

Celebrate Black History Month at Stanley Marketplace each Sunday in February

Overland High School's African-American Studies course now has 50 students

Cora Faye's Cafe is a great place for soul food in Aurora

"Lindita's Kitchen" features a special chili and cornbread recipe

Show closer: Poet laureate Ahja Fox recites "To Capture" at MLK Commemoration


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