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On The Fox Comedy Festival debuts in downtown Aurora with a four-day slate of shows Thursday, April 4 through Sunday, April 7. The comedy festival will feature a debut album recording by Rockford-based comedian Scott Galvin at Two Brothers Roundhouse,
“Someone has to let people know it’s broken,” says a character in the drama “These Shining Lives,” referring to the lack of concern by companies to protect the health of employees. “I think the message of this play is that
First Fridays on March 1 will host several events centered around the shared community goal of raising funds for victims’ families of the Henry Pratt Co. tragedy. Aurora Strong wristbands will be sold for a donation to victims’ families at
A final look at historic aerial photographs of Aurora and the debut of an original song, “Aurora Strong”, will be the focus of the closing reception for the Aurora Historical Society exhibit, “Aurora From the Air”. The reception, with light
Ballydoyle Irish Pub along with the Aurora Firefighters Local 99 and the Association of Professional Police Officers is hosting a day-long event benefiting the families of the victims and the officers who were wounded at the Henry J. Pratt Co.
Bialystock and Bloom are in business in the City of Lights with a hit. “The Producers” opened at the Paramount Theatre in downtown Aurora on February 6. The almost-20-year-old Broadway smash hit raked in a dozen Tony Awards, and it
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