Arts & Entertainment

It’ll be dancing room only at the State Theater: Bay Area Americana and Cajun Roots legend Tom Rigney returns to Auburn

The sounds of New Orleans, boogie-woogie, zydeco and a fabulous mix of Americana roots music will be rolling out the doors of the State Theater as Tom Rigney and his band, Flambeau ...

Anne Frank remembered by Lincoln High students

Lincoln High School Drama Department students will bring to the stage the horrific struggles faced during the early 1940s by young teen Anne Frank hiding from the Nazis in Amsterda ...

Comedian Taylor Williamson takes stage tonight in Auburn

Taylor Williamson was recently the second place winner on America’s Got Talent. He also hosted the America’s Got Talent special in Reno. Williamson has performed at t ...

Bigfoot movie set in Auburn: fact or fiction?

 Bigfoot may or may not exist, but one thing is for sure: a movie about Bigfoot starring Daniel Day-Lewis, Morgan Freeman and the Sacramento Kings was never filmed in Auburn. ...

Lincoln calendar, starting March 10

Thursday, March 10 TOPS, Take Off Pounds Sensibly meeting is 10 a.m. at St. James Church, 479 L St. Info: Jackie Burnett at 408-3024. Lincoln Rotary meeting is at noon in the Lin ...

Live radio drama returns to KVMR with ‘The Black Knight’

Live radio theatre returns this month as KVMR Community Radio and the historic Nevada Theatre in Nevada City present “The Black Knight,” an original radio drama that wi ...

Critically acclaimed Darlingside takes Center’s stage: Boston folk rock band treads new musical territory with its release ‘Birds Say’

By Matthew Whitley For the Auburn Journal Once every few years a friend will shove an album into your hands and say, “You must hear this! It will change your life!” ...

‘Tales of Note’ family concert fun for all ages: A morning of symphonic treats, captivating stories and instrument ‘petting zoo’

The Auburn Symphony’s family concert will feature lively selections from “The Nutcracker” and “The Love of Three Oranges,” among others. The music wil ...

Lincoln calendar, starting March 3

Thursday, March 3 AARP Tax-Aide volunteers provide free service, by appointment only by calling 878-6249, at Lincoln City Hall, second floor, on 6th and F streets. The Intake/Inte ...

A call to life: Lyric prose on theme of climate change, extinction

Combining a works of music and words, Kathleen Dean Moore and Rachelle McCabe convey a message addressing climate change and extinction. The two teachers, both from Corvallis, Or ...

2016 Congressional Art Competition open to high school students

All high school students in the Fourth Congressional District can participate in the Congressional Art Competition “An Artistic Discovery.” The nationwide high-school ...

Throw one back with Poor Man's Whiskey: Band to dedicate a set to Eagles tribute when they perform in Auburn March 5

The Poor Man’s Whiskey band is heading back to Auburn for another acoustic, then kick-it-into-high-electric-gear concert at the Auburn Event Center, also known as the Foothil ...

Reflections of an icon: Great-great-grandson to evoke Muir’s life, work

Robert Hanna, John Muir’s great-great-grandson, is determined to keep the environmental pioneer’s legacy alive. Tonight at Auburn’s State Theater, he presents, &l ...

May the chorus be with you – heading into the future

Did you miss the annual Sierra Gold Chorus Christmas show last December?  Never fear, Sierra Gold Chorus is combining the Christmas Show, 20th Anniversary Celebration and welc ...

‘The Cripple of Inishmaan’ is funny, sweet and tragic

Sierra Stages opens its 2016 season with the enchanting, dark comedy “The Cripple of Inishmaan.” Written by Irish playwright Martin McDonagh, “The Cripple of Inis ...