Each month we will bring you a new playlist from our creators. We will also have a unique collaborative playlist created by Auburn residents, business owners, community leaders, and those who work in, and for the City of Auburn.
One of the most beautiful things about music is its diversity. Music can say so much about a person, while at the same time speaking to so many. Our hope is these playlists will help show Auburn’s diversity through music.
Email [email protected] if you would like to be considered for the monthly Auburn playlist.
Please note, these playlists may (and likely) contain explicit lyrics.
- Songs for Septemberby Elizabeth Miller on September 10, 2021 at 9:54 pm
There are only two months out of the year that I ask the team to theme their playlists: May and September. May is Mental Health… This post Songs for September appeared first on Auburn Examiner.
- Close Out Summer Listening to Great Musicby Elizabeth Miller on August 20, 2021 at 9:06 pm
It’s the end of summer and we’ve got the latest playlists from the AE Team. Well, ok, most of the AE Team. Apparently some people didn’t… This post Close Out Summer Listening to Great Music appeared first on Auburn Examiner.
- Check Out the Latest AE Team Playlistsby Elizabeth Miller on August 2, 2021 at 9:55 pm
I need you all to help me out and just pretend it’s still July, ok? Because I thought I posted our playlists last week when… This post Check Out the Latest AE Team Playlists appeared first on Auburn Examiner.
- Chill Out with These Cool New Playlists From the AE Teamby Elizabeth Miller on July 1, 2021 at 12:10 am
Just under the wire to still be able to call them June’s playlists! It’s been hot, like melt your face off hobbits throwing rings into… This post Chill Out with These Cool New Playlists From the AE Team appeared first on Auburn Examiner.
- Mental Health in Moviesby Elizabeth Miller on May 28, 2021 at 12:07 am
Hollywood’s portrayal of mental illness is more often a caricature or embellishment than a reflection of reality. There are some movies, however, that get it… This post Mental Health in Movies appeared first on Auburn Examiner.