Arts & Entertainment

Auburn sculptor, First Lady worked to get Reagan statue just right

Nancy Reagan’s standards were exacting, her protective instincts never waning. Auburn sculptor Doug Van Howd saw them firsthand as he worked on the Ronald Reagan statue now ...

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 ...

Loomis calendar, starting March 10

Thursday, March 10 Demystifying horse vaccines is at 6:30 p.m. at Mt. Vernon Equestrian Center, 11340 Mt. Vernon Road in Auburn. Free. Presented by Earl Gaughan, DVM. Topic is who ...

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 ...

High Hand hosts “Wings and Wine” fundraiser Saturday

The High Hand Café and Nursery’s “Wings and Wine” fundraiser Saturday will benefit the Wildlife Care Association. The event will feature a presentation wi ...

Loomis calendar, starting March 3

Thursday, March 3 Coffee Connection is at 8 a.m. at the Loomis Train Depot, 5775 Horseshoe Bar Road in Loomis. Join the Loomis Basin Chamber of Commerce for networking and updates ...

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 ...

Free dinner and Blackwood Legacy Quartet in Newcastle

The Nashville-based recording artists Blackwood Legacy Quartet will be performing at 6 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 28 in Newcastle. The concert will be presented at the Newcastle Methodist ...

Elvis tribute benefits Arts & Kids

If you are an Elvis fan, or just love great live music, you won’t want to miss this show that benefits Arts & Kids. On behalf of the Arts & Kids nonprofit fundraisi ...