Abigail Woods | Lifestyle writer
Little Free Pantry began with one person in Fayetteville, Arkansas, and has since grown around the world with one such pantry established in downtown Opelika.
From the Auburn Public Library garden to Kreher Preserve and Nature Center's "In the Garden with Cyndi," the work behind it all is Cyndi Czerkawski, an afterschool care coordinator at Cary Woods Elementary School. Czerkawski tells how she got her passion behind gardening and her passion for working with kids.
After the pandemic affected Easter services last year, a handful of Auburn students look back on the experience and look forward to their plans for this coming Easter.
Women in Technology is a student organization that started last February with a goal to create opportunities for women pursuing careers in the technology field.
Well Red offers coffee, wine tastings, and a bookstore on Opelika Road near downtown Auburn.
Kayleigh Chalkowski, fourth-year doctoral student, travels to a variety of places studying wildlife and creates art of the organisms she finds along the way.
Three graduating seniors look back at their time at Auburn and tell what they have learned from their college experience.
Businesses and individuals share the importance of Galentine's Day for them and some of their traditions for the holiday.
Kim and Sherry Hammond, the creators of Handmade by Hammond, discuss how they were inspired to start a business selling custom masks, cowboy hats and paintings.
Hayden Lee, founder of Hoops and Needles, explains how she got interested in embroidery and how she turned this hobby into a business.