A devoted restaurateur for 30 years, Jenny Xenakis figured she was ready to put away the durable utensils, shed the apron and fill the last cook orders.
How did you spend your summer vacation? Anthony Kirks lights up when he explains his busy days.
“It was an eye-opening experience,” the 18-year-old Kirks said without hesitation. “It was the greatest experience ever.”
The idea lit up like a stage light in Paul Fouhy’s head.
What if past high school drama students could pull off a summer musical to benefit young casts of tomorrow? Surely, such an production with seasoned alumni actors and actresses could work?
It is a swift but short ride. Yet collectively, it is an enduring run of good times, nostalgic moments and high-performance finishes.
For local drag racing pioneer Bill Kost, his reliable Oldsmobile is a part of history, a decorated career and family.
An ambitious Auburn couple has a dream, and their refreshing concept – dinner by the train – hopefully will succeed in the months ahead.
Cyndi and Bruce Fields are determined to complete the final steps that would open the doors to a 2,900-square-foot, 65-seat full-service restaurant at the Auburn Transit Station. The project – Fields & Co., at 110 Second St. SW, Suite 125 – is about 90 percent done.