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The 20th anniversary touring company of the hit Broadway musical “Rent” brought the house down with an electric performance Thursday night at the Gertrude C. Ford Center. Under direction from musical theater veteran Evan Ensign, who is also currently the resident director for “The Phantom...

Over the course of a month, I’ve featured podcasts about crimes, the paranormal and all things creepy. It’s a shame that Halloween isn’t year-round,...

Although the weather is still warm enough to melt the chocolate you accidentally left in your car’s cupholder, it’s somehow already the end of...

The Sarah Isom Center for Women and Gender Studies and the Living Music Resource have partnered to present “A Song of Songs,” a concert featuring...

Conor Oberst, an Omaha, Nebraska, native and indie-scene developer, is known for being a lyricist and a storyteller. This reputation precedes him on his...

Proud Larry’s hosted the third Broken English event of this semester Tuesday, featuring readings of prose and poetry by two students in the creative...

“HAZE,” David Burkman’s gut-wrenching film, offers a striking condemnation of the dark underbelly of fraternity and sorority life. The film...

Charlie Buckley’s style manipulates the photos he’s taken and recreates them in a more vivid image.  Photo By Madison Wren About 15 years...

Chris Brown’s much-anticipated documentary, “Chris Brown: Welcome to My Life,” hit Netflix earlier this month and has been receiving rave...

Welcome back to part two of our Mississippi playlist. This installment features a few easy listening indie/rock tunes from bands like Oxford’s own...