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Auburn gets into the music

I wanted to write a quick note about a band I saw perform at the Club Car a few weeks ago. They are called Abandon Theory and they absolutely blew me away! I attend all kinds of li ...

Things to Do: Dec. 31 through Jan. 5

Saturday, Dec. 31Ring in the new year at the Club Car Bar & Restaurant, 836 Lincoln Way, Auburn. Rock in the 1980s, ’90s and now with Under Cover playing. Call (530) 887- ...

Ring in 2011 in style in the foothills

What are you doing New Year’s Eve? It’s a good question, considering there are plenty of Auburn-area entertainment options to consider. The Club Car plans on kicking off 201 ...

Iced tea a taste of summer in every sip

Iced tea is the ultimate summer drink. No matter whether you like it strong and black, sweet and green, or fruity and light, a sip of iced tea can refresh to the core on the hottes ...

Having a brazen good time

By Loryll Nicolaisen Journal staff writer Call Rhonda Rogers a “brazen hussy” and she’ll take it as a compliment. “We’re strong people, and it’s a catchy name,” R ...

Lend live, local music your ear this month

The holidays are over, and for the first time in weeks, you might find yourself with some free time. It’s a beautiful thing, isn’t it? Make it one of your resolutions for 20 ...

Planning makes holidays even happier

In order to ensure some happy holidays, a little planning’s in order. There’s a lot of festive fun to be had through the end of 2009, and now’s the time to grab your calend ...

St. Patrick's Day brings with it pot of celebration gold

Joy Nesmith’s second-graders have set some serious leprechaun T-R-A-P-S.Rumor around the Auburn Elementary classroom Monday was that Larry the Leprechaun might stop by for so ...

Local duo will have you hearing double

The Double Shots always say one of the best compliments they receive is when fans tell the two-man duo that they sound like a full band. “You hear double with the Double Shots, ...

Local happy hours offer cost-effective ways to brighten any day

Sick of eating in all the time? With bailouts and bankruptcies bogging down the daily news, it might be tough to loosen up self-imposed spending lockdowns. But with some careful pl ...