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Column: Grayal Gilkey, first to be inducted in both West and East Aurora Hall of Fame, is still the talk of the town. ‘He knows everybody.’ - Thu, 08 Dec 2022
The late Chicago Bulls great often kiddingly referred to Grayal Gilkey as“ the mayor of Aurora.”. “Gilk,” as he’ s known on both sides of town, worked basketball camps at Aurora University, then known as Aurora College, from 1972 to 1986. There, he rubbed elbows with NBA-connected staffers like Sloan, Dick Motta, Ed Badger, Doug Collins and John Paxson.

All-Star Game timeline for Wrigley Field and a top prospect returns: Chicago Cubs notebook from winter meetings - Thu, 08 Dec 2022
The Chicago Cubs leave the winter meetings with a good start to their offseason, building through the additions of center fielder Cody Bellinger and starting pitcher Jameson Taillon. After Xander Bogaerts signed with the San Diego Padres for 11 years, $280 million late Wednesday night, the Cubs remain engaged in the free agent shortstop market with Carlos...

Big firms scouting Florida want bigger office space, Dolphins owner and developer Stephen Ross says - Thu, 08 Dec 2022
Stephen M. Ross, the billionaire developer and Miami Dolphins owner, is betting that big out-of-state companies want more, not less, office space in South Florida despite lofty inflation and the threat of an economic recession in 2023.. “You can feel the slowdown because the money is not there and rates are higher,” Ross told a“ Florida Summit” sponsored by the Urban...

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Colorado to lead multi-state investigation into proposed Kroger-Albertsons merger - Thu, 08 Dec 2022
Colorado will lead a multi-state investigation into the proposed $25 billion merger between King Soopers' parent company and Albertsons, which operates Safeway, Attorney General Phil Weiser announced Thursday.

Barrel-aging 101: How Colorado brewers use wood to make unique beers - Thu, 08 Dec 2022
The first time Matt Malloy had to throw out a batch of beer, it felt like watching his hard work and dollar bills go down the drain. To this day, Malloy, head brewer at Denver’s River North Brewing Co., finds the experience “heartbreaking” if necessary should something go awry in the process of barrel-aging.

Executive whistleblower at Aurora-based IT company reinstated after labor department finds evidence of retaliation - Wed, 07 Dec 2022
An Aurora-based IT company failed to pay trust fund taxes, according to a federal investigation, leading OSHA to order the company to reinstate the executive, who alerted authorities, with back pay and stock.

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Netflix’s “Inside Job” exposes naked truths of Blucifer and DIA conspiracy theories - Thu, 08 Dec 2022
On Netflix's "Inside Job," the supposedly cursed Blucifer statue (a.ka. "Mustang") is the portal to an underground world of weirdness that plays on Denver International Airport's conspiracy theories.

Colorado governor’s mansion offering first holiday tours since 2019 - Thu, 08 Dec 2022
The drawing room features a vintage tinsel tree from the 1950s, borrowed from the deputy chief of staff for the lieutenant governor.

Barrel-aging 101: How Colorado brewers use wood to make unique beers - Thu, 08 Dec 2022
The first time Matt Malloy had to throw out a batch of beer, it felt like watching his hard work and dollar bills go down the drain. To this day, Malloy, head brewer at Denver’s River North Brewing Co., finds the experience “heartbreaking” if necessary should something go awry in the process of barrel-aging.

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