Jessica Jernigan | Community Writer
“It’s not the same people every weekend, and that’s what makes it so exciting and special."
From working as a flight attendant and a decorative painter to owning her own store and designing a clothing line, Amy Cotney has done it all and seen it all, but nothing could have prepared her for the bizarre world of real estate.
In February of 2015, the indie pop-punk band Radio Decay played its first show at a Battle of the Bands with nervous jitters and promising potential.
"I consider myself a storyteller," Rathert said as she began her talk. "Like most storytellers, I like to start at the beginning."
Just a couple of doors down from the market's previous spot, owner Lauren Duncan has a new home for everything Alabamian made.
In 1856, what is now Auburn University, was then known as East Alabama Male College. It wasn't 36 years later until the university opened its doors to women.
Almost every seat in the Telfair B. Peet Theatre was filled with faculty members, students, alumni and travelers across Alabama who came to hear Gov.
Art educator, painter and, now, business owner Lauren Duncan's ties to the Auburn community go back generations.
For Brandon Stoker and John-Mark Poe, Auburn is not only the loveliest village but also the most haunted.
Kyes Stevens' life took a turn when she was given the opportunity to teach poetry at a prison in 2001.