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Stepping out of my car, the first thing I noticed was how empty the museum parking lot was. Only two other cars had parked at the Bailey Woods trail head. I was worried. My editor had told me of the yoga class usually held in the museum was instead being held on the trail for the summer, but I admit I expected...

Nature has inspired some of the world’s most beloved artists of all stylistic backgrounds, from Van Gogh’s “Starry Night” to Winslow’s “Sunlight...

With all of the fresh ingredients found at farmers markets and food stands during the summer, the monthslong break from school can be the perfect time...

A parade participant gives candy to a child watching from the sidewalk of The Square on the 4th of July. Photo by Christian Johnson   Oxford hosts...

A monthly tradition hosted by the Yoknapatawpha Arts Council, the Oxford Art Crawl features the best of the creativity in the Velvet Ditch, and each year...

Two onlookers discuss an installation at the Oxford Art Crawl on Tuesday. Photo by Christian Johnson The Yoknapatawpha Arts Council hosted its second art...

I have to admit my heart sank when I heard the news. Jahseh Onfroy, the 20-year-old rapper known professionally as XXXtentacion, from South Florida had...

Nick White signed his brilliant collection of short stories “Sweet & Low” at Off Square Books on June 21. Following his debut novel “How to Survive...

Lauren Groff took the literary world by storm with her 2015 novel “Fates and Furies.” The novel was shortlisted for the National Book Award, and Barack...

Celebrate Pride Month with essential podcasts from voices in the LGBTQ community.   A Gay and NonGay The theme of this podcast is that no matter...