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Appreciate, don?t knock, the new mural

Re: ?New mural puts beauty in the eye of the beholder,? (Journal, May 6) by Sara Seyydin. I think those members of the Auburn Arts Commission who are questioning the final results ...

Don’t call it ‘no hands’ bridge

After reading several letters of various opinions regarding the painting of the Mountain Quarries Bridge on the wall of (the barber) shop, I could not help but add my two cents. Fi ...

A response to the responses

Reading over the letters to the Journal yesterday, it’s funny how one letter evoked so much passion for a wall (“Auburn ‘mural’ disappoints,” Vance T. Sauter, Reader Inpu ...

Auburn’s got talent

Archie Warren did not paint the mural on the wall (High Street beside Rico’s Barber Syling). He took the picture that was used for the mural and I believe he came back and painte ...

Mural much appreciated

In response to the previous letter about the mural of No Hands Bridge (Reader Input, March 4), I could not let it go by without saying how much I appreciate the time and effort and ...

Auburn ‘mural’ disappoints

Sometimes you just scratch your head and wonder how something as horrid as the recently painted No Hands Bridge “mural” that now graces the side of Rico’s Barbershop happens. ...

Auburn’s fuel-tank endurance art may not endure air quality regulations

Auburn’s giant fuel-tank tribute to endurance athletes is threatened with a cover-up. State air quality rules dictate a lighter color on the 30-foot-high tanks than the ones Wee ...

Media Life: Seldom-viewed 1943 mural paints picture of Auburn’s past

The geniuses who decided to gut Auburn’s State Theater in the early 1970s and make it a twin-screen theater did at least one thing right. They kept a mural depicting Auburn near ...

New mural is magnificent

The mural is beautiful. It lets travelers coming to or passing through know Auburn is a special place (Journal, July 7). Artist Patrick Shields should have been consulted when Cen ...