Arts & Entertainment

Lincoln Hills summer concerts begin June 3

The 16th annual Summer Amphitheater Concert Series at Lincoln Hills, open to the public, kicks off June 3 and runs through Sept. 23. All concerts are at the Lincoln Hills Amphithe ...

Renaissance Redux: faire returns to E.V. Cain after six queenless years

The students at E.V. Cain STEM Charter Middle School didn’t just study the Renaissance this year, they lived it.  During a day-long event at the campus, they learned the ...

Poets' Club honors veterans this Memorial Day

The Poets’ Club of Lincoln remembers our military heroes, families and friends this year and forever with heartfelt gratitude. Below are poems by Poets’ Club of Lincol ...

Annual Chillin' and Grillin' barbecue set for Saturday

The Boys and Girls Club will hold its annual Chillin’ and Grillin’ barbecue on Saturday. The Downtown Auburn campus will be transformed into an outdoor event venue tha ...

Let’s fall in love - Part 3a, Odysseus and Penelope

The Trojan War was over. The Greek warriors had long since returned to their homes, sailing west across the Aegean Sea and traveling to their kingdoms throughout mainland Greece.& ...

Barn Raising: fundraiser for the hoofed, furred and feathered

As teachers, Danielle and Josh Hanosh know that sometimes it’s easier for a child to read to a critter than another human. As co-founders of Blackberry Creek Farm Animal San ...

Lincoln calendar, starting May 19

Thursday, May 19 TOPS, Take Off Pounds Sensibly meeting is 10 a.m. at St. James Church, 479 L St. Info: Jackie Burnett at 408-3024. America’s ClayFest, Student Division 201 ...

String Fling: Guitar festival comes to Auburn

Do you play guitar or did you play years ago? Well, it’s time to dust off the axe and bring it to Auburn’s first annual Spring Fling. This acoustic guitar festival is l ...

Jelly Bread: ‘The baddest blues band that doesn’t play blues’

Jelly Bread co-founder David Berry has been described as a southern-fried singer/guitarist. “That’s just a nice way of calling me a hillbilly,” he laughs. The b ...

'Something Inside is Broken' - A Native American rock opera on stage

How do you tell the story about the shattering of a people? With truth, honor, music, and a little comic relief. “Something Inside is Broken” tells the story of the N ...

Music of Lou Rawls heard Wednesday by recording artist Nicolas Bearde

Even recording artist Nicolas Bearde’s speaking voice is velvety smooth, which makes him an even greater performer. That’s good news for Lincoln residents who will att ...

Lincoln Hills resident, 92, publishes novel

Jan Y. Flynn, who turned 92 on Friday, knows first-hand that it’s never too late to become a published author. That’s because Flynn’s first book was published t ...

Jan Flynn an example of living, nonagenarian

Jan Flynn credits her genes. The Lincoln Hills resident of 16 years looks like she is not a day older than 69. Yet Flynn celebrated her 92nd birthday Friday, I met the nonage ...

Lincoln calendar, starting May 12

Thursday, May 12 TOPS, Take Off Pounds Sensibly meeting is at 10 a.m. at St. James Church, 479 L St. Info: Jackie Burnett at 408-3024. Mother Goose on the Loose has two sessions ...

Lincoln High School Choir performs May 19

The Lincoln High School Concert Choir, Elite Choir and select singers will perform one last time before the elite and select singer groups travel in June to Europe. The May 19 con ...