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  • The Aurora Fox
    The multitalented Aurora Fox Theatre Company presents the Colorado debut of The Wedding Singer, choreographed and directed by Emmy nominee Mandy Moore of Fox's So You Think You Can Dance. Based on the 1998 Adam Sandler film of the same name, The Wedding Singer is a charming and energetic musical comedy that follows the romantic trials of New Jersey wedding singer and rock-star wannabe Robbie Hart in the year 1985. As Hart attempts to woo Julia, a beautiful and kind waitress, away from her boorish fiancé, the cast will kick into the sweet sounds of original songs, including "Somebody Kill Me," "Grow Old with You," and a three-hour version of "Mambo No. 5." Also codirected by Moore’s sister Missy, this production promises to push the creative boundaries of typical community theater, as the stage will be set on a special rotating carousel, the script will be rife with '80s nostalgia, and the entire story will be narrated by Batman as he slowly sips on a glass of Scotch.
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    9900 East Colfax Avenue
    Aurora, CO US
  • Runner's Edge of the Rockies
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    2707 Florence St
    Denver, CO US
  • Lowry CrossFit
    Intensity and accessibility form the cornerstones of the CrossFit philosophy. Unlike traditional fitness classes, each workout is unique, incorporating a wide range of functional movements into sweat-inducing sequences intended to bolster strength, stamina, flexibility, coordination, and more. The workouts are intended to be taxing; however, students have the ability control the load and intensity of each exercise and safely challenge themselves at their own pace. As a result, students of virtually any age and fitness level can attend provided that they are prepared to pursue a demanding workout regimen. Self-motivation is vital, but Lowry CrossFit's instructors are also on hand to provide support, guidance, and encouragement. Safety is of paramount importance, so the instructors ensure that every student knows how to use the Rogue Fitness and Rage Fitness equipment scattered across the 3,000 square foot facility. The building also features a separate area for Olympic lifting as well as an outdoor section with a 15-foot-tall structure that students can climb using a rope.
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    990 Dayton St.
    Aurora, CO US
  • Lupita's Restaurant
    For tasty Mexican fare, Aurora's Lupita's Restaurant is hard to top. Lupita's Restaurant is a local, healthy restaurant that caters to those with dietary needs, especially those with gluten-free sensitivities. Drinks all around! Pair your dinner with a beverage from Lupita's Restaurant's full bar. Stay connected at no cost thanks to Lupita's Restaurant's wifi. If time is of the essence, Lupita's Restaurant's take-out option may be a better fit. null Prices are downright affordable at Lupita's Restaurant, with most items well under the $15 mark.
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    11809 E Colfax Ave
    Aurora, CO US
  • Golf Flight Lab, LLC
    Whether a touring professional or a casual amateur, Trackman technology manages to assist golfers shave strokes off their score. It performs this feat by reading swing and ball flight parameters while players hit shots on the range. The software provides feedback with an accuracy of within one foot at 100 yards, whether the shot is a 350-yard missile, a 150-yard iron approach, or a 30-yard pitch. On the range at CommonGround Golf Course, Level 2 Trackman Certified Professional Tom Polifka harnesses Trackman's capabilities at Golf Flight Lab, LLC. He brings this technology to golfers so that they too can identify weak spots in their game, from too-high trajectories to slices that always seem to end up in the neighbor's windshield. As golfers hit range balls into the air, the technology measures and displays the full trajectory of any shot and presents the golfer with a long list of the shot's statistics including club speed, spin rate, and attack angle.
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    10300 East Golfers Way
    Aurora, CO US
  • Rocky Mountain Rollergirls
    Derby was reborn in the early 2000s as a ferociously fun sport. Nearly all modern leagues are composed of female, DIY-spirited bands of punky costumed, vicious-monikered rascals who shove each other on traditional quad roller skates. The Rocky Mountain Rollergirls, Denver's original all-women flat-track roller derby league, is operated by the more than 40 skaters who makeup its six teams: home teams Red Ridin' Hoods, Sugar Kill Gang, Dooms Daisies, Kill Scouts, and traveling teams, Fight Club and the Contenders. These fearless athletes leave bouts with sprained shoulders, bruises, and hematomas, which is nothing compared to the competitors' pain (the ladies took home second place in the 2009 Women’s Flat Track Derby Association regional tournament and fourth in the national tournament).
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    2400 Central Park Boulevard
    Denver, CO US
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