Living

All Those Years Ago ... from the pages of the Auburn Journal, March 25 and April 1, 1965

Skateboards OK, but not on busy streets Police Chief Herschel Young this week urged parents whose children are skateboard buffs to have the youngsters use their raucous toys in s ...

Recipes are important, but not etched in stone

It’s time again to get out the crock pot for this week’s delicious 41 Clove Crock Pot Garlic Chicken.   Say what? It’s supposed to be 40 clove garlic chick ...

Marquez named to Dean’s List

Rachal Marquez of Loomis has been named to the Seaver College Dean’s List at Pepperdine University for the Fall 2014 semester. In order to earn Dean’s List honors, st ...

Kiefer appreciates the English language

American River College English professor Christian Kiefer will see hard copies of his book, “The Animals” hit the stands on Monday. The modern day noir novel — ab ...

Long doesn’t make it easy for his book’s characters — or himself

Jason Sinclair Long’s book “Tiny Giants,” is a compilation of 101 stories culled from his year-long quest to write a story a day for 365 consecutive days. These p ...

Being the bee guy

One book, one community, 450 million bees. If you’re interested in reading more, don’t stop when this article ends. Get your hands on a copy of “The Beekeeper&rsq ...

Media Life: Auburn stuntman helping fulfill Evel Knievel dream

When a veteran stuntman tries to do what Evel Knievel famously attempted 41 years ago and fell short of, Auburn’s Gary Davis is the expert on all things death-defying called ...

Behind every great man

Elaine Bromka received a letter from a gentleman who attended her one-woman show, “Tea for Three,” and wrote that when she took her curtain call, he asked the person ne ...

Comedy that grows on you

One of the tricks to putting on a good production is to know your cast and their strengths. For director Margaret Huntley Main, it meant changing the locale of the play, “A B ...

Symphony to feature familiar soloists

Richard Wagner’s “Prelude to Die Meistersinger” is “big and grand, a large piece of music,” according to Chris Jones, principal French horn player for ...