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61st Annual ACD Festival

The 2017 ACD Festival ended with another successful year. The Festival officially kicked off on Thursday with the arrival of the Hoosier Tour. The cars made their grand entrance one by one lining the street in front of the Auburn … Continue reading

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St. Joe Pickle Festival

The St. Joe Pickle Festival celebrated its 21st year this month. Despite the heat hundreds of people came out to enjoy the pickle themed festival hosted by the quaint little town St. Joe, Indiana.     There were plenty of … Continue reading

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New Downtown Auburn Restaurant

Friday, July 14, was the official grand opening of the Deli at Sixth & Main in downtown Auburn. As you walk up the stairs you are immediately greeted with the shining light filtering in through the windows. The whole place … Continue reading

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Discover Historic Auburn

The 6th annual Discovering Historic Auburn event is coming up this Sunday on May 21st. Starting with (for those wishing to attend) a morning worship service by Auburn Methodist Church at 10am and then after the service there will be a kids … Continue reading

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Cruising on a Monday Afternoon

Monday afternoon I got the opportunity to ride in a 1928 Cadillac Touring Car. The 89 year old car is on display at the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum. Sam Grate (Collections Manager at the museum) drove the car and … Continue reading

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Saturday at Byler Lane Winery

This past weekend the weather was warm and Byler Winery was the place to be on a Saturday. There was a lot going on which meant there was plenty to see and do.  The first thing you notice when you … Continue reading

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The Ford V-8 Museum Incorporates FORD’S Famous “Rotunda” Design In Its Expansion

  Ford built three versions of its famous “Rotunda.” The first one in Chicago for the 1934 World’s Fair, the second a year later in San Diego, and a final version in Dearborn, MI where it was redesigned in 1952. … Continue reading

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