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Oxford’s first city-run farmers market will open at the end of April. By Taylor Delandro tjdeland@go.olemiss.edu Ole Miss students and Oxonians will have another healthy produce option by the end of April. The Oxford City Market opens Apr. 30 and will run from 3-7 p.m. on Tuesdays at West Oxford Loop,...

This year is getting off to a rough start for all your favorite action heroes from yesteryear. Schwarzenegger bombed with “The Last Stand.” Stallone bombed harder with “Bullet to the Head.” Now comes the ever-reliable Bruce Willis with another installment of the sometimes-reliable “Die Hard” franchise. But is “A Good Day to Die Hard” a worthy entry in the...

Hey, look, it’s Oscar time again. As Hollywood’s big night and one of the only awards shows I can stomach sitting through approaches, many people are wondering who will be taking home a little gold man on Sunday night. And by “many people are wondering,” I mean, “Many people think it’s pretty obvious,” but still, I shall take this time to add my two cents...

Nashville-based band The Wild Feathers will be bringing its Southern rock ‘n’ roll to Proud Larry’s today as part of its winter tour. Courtesy John Peets | Warner Brothers Records The Wild Feathers is a band that blends rock ‘n’ roll, folk, country and blues to create a sound that is raw but clean and crisp at the same time. While this blending of genres is not...

The holiday for candy, flowers, cards and sweet nothings is upon us.  Here’s the lowdown on flowers, namely roses — red roses. Erin Scott | The Daily Mississippian Roses. In “Romeo and Juliet,” playwright William Shakespeare said that by any other name, it wouldn’t smell as sweet, but for florists, this time of year means that scent is the smell of money. Local...

Ah, Valentine’s Day, the most romantic and anticipated day of the year for the hopeless romantics. What could possibly go wrong on such a love-filled day? Well, anything that could go wrong does go wrong for some people out there. I’ll start at middle school because in elementary school, Valentine’s Day was such a fun affair with the parties and how everyone got...

I have a question for you. If romantic films didn’t exist, what would relationships be like today? Romantic films can give you a grandeur sense of love, and romantic comedies perpetuate the ideas that are completely unrelatable to real-life relationships, or real people for that matter. Romantic comedies create the idea that everything is serendipitous, maybe there are...

Camp Ozark is a Christian organization that strives to teach the love of Christ through sports and other activities. They are currently offering paid summer positions for students who like to work with kids and talk about Christ. This Valentine’s Day, most people will measure love in flowers, chocolate and gifts. For pharmacy senior Tate Davis, though, love is measured...

Judy Hart was 15 when she and John Forester, then 17, went on their first date. It was 1979 and they both felt that, after the date, they were never genuinely interested in anybody else. “She was different from all the other girls for her age; she was so much taller,” John said. “The first time I saw her she was probably on a pair of skates, and so she even looked...

The Area 4 Special Olympics organization is coming to Oxford this week, bringing with it devoted volunteers and looking for more. Courtesy Special Olympics The Turner Center will host Area 4 Special Olympics basketball Friday at The University of Mississippi. Area 4 includes the counties of Calhoun, Grenada, Lafayette, Panola, Tallahatchie and Yalobusha. Special Olympics...