Hayden Lee, founder of Hoops and Needles, explains how she got interested in embroidery and how she turned this hobby into a business.
The background of Pebble Hill, Noble Hall and White Oaks gives insight into Auburn’s history from the 1800s.
Some of the students in the theater department discuss the upcoming events for the Mental Health Awareness Festival and the process of putting the event together.
Auburn’s Threads of Love chapter provides clothing items for ill, premature babies and provides burial clothes for infants who have passed away.
Trail managers and caretakers tell about hiking opportunities at the Caroline Dean Wildflower Trail, Kreher Preserve and Nature Center, the Wood Duck Heritage Preserve and Siddique Nature Park and Chewacla State Park.
Each of the six mystics tell how they united to write books and share a sisterhood.
With his foundation in faith, an Auburn student shares his journey to build works for others.
Three of the new Bodega shops in Midtown tell about their companies.
Caleb Murphree shares what he hopes to create through his art and gives insight on his upcoming work, “Iterations of Thought.”
Sarah Scott shares the inspiration behind some of her recent prints and what motivates her to create.