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Media Life: U.S. Hall of Fame honors for Auburn’s Olympic gold medalist

Add another golden achievement to Stacy Dragila’s Olympian list of accomplishments. And while her just-announced selection to this year’s class of inductees into the N ...

Curtain rises on Auburn's State Theatre remake

The venerable State Theatre in Downtown Auburn is set to close its doors May 1 and reopen again in late summer to allow a major expansion in seating and stage area. Under plans ann ...

Editor's Notebook: These are the days of our lives

Some folks keep track of their lives through a diary or a family Bible. Others use Outlook or Google as their calendar of choice for managing and tracking their daily comings and g ...

Theater group eyes addition by subtraction

He doesn’t have the clout of a U.S. president, addressing 45,000 people at Berlin’s Brandenburg Gate, but none the less, Paul Ogden wants to “Tear down this wall! ...

Media Life: Picture day at the Mt. Quarries Bridge ready to roll

Placer County's Mountain Quarries Railroad Bridge welcomes back vehicles for two days. CBS 13 news anchor switching Sacramento channels. Auburn's Club Car, State Theater memories s ...

New documentary focuses on homeless in Auburn, Northern California

AUBURN CA - When Ryan Frew’s plans to film his screenplay fell through after the lead actor bailed out, he turned his camera on the real thing. Instead of a fictional account o ...

Media Life: Auburn’s State Theater head count bodes well for future

The State Theater has had many more hits than misses in the less than 20-month time-span since it opened its doors for live shows and films. For a venue that can smoosh in a maxim ...

Media Life: Film foul-up, boffo box office highlight Auburn’s first movie fest

Things got rather Hitchcockian this past weekend at the Hitchcock Film Festival. The festival at the venerable State Theater was a big success, with five of the six offerings play ...