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Beach House is no stranger to playing its psychedelic dream-pop tunes in Oxford, and the band’s latest tour will bring those jams back to Mississippi in the form of a new album at 8 p.m. May 4 at The Lyric Oxford. The Baltimore-based band, which is made up of vocalist Victoria Legrand and guitarist-keyboardist...

After what seemed like an eternity, he’s back. The brains behind the debut single “White Iverson” has returned with the release of his long-anticipated...

Bryant has its rotating globe and Ventress has its stained glass, but across the Grove from those buildings, Lamar Hall has become known for the loud,...

The Oxford Film Festival and the Sarah Isom Center for Women and Gender Studies will host a free screening of the 2015 documentary “Upstairs Inferno”...

The second season of “The Handmaid’s Tale,” a Hulu series based on the eponymous 1985 novel by Margaret Atwood, started streaming last week. Its...

It’s the last week of the school year, and it’s also Pride Week. One of the best things about living in Oxford is its inclusivity. The LOU community...

Cold War Kids performs at the 2018 Double Decker Festival on Saturday. Photo by Christian Johnson A couple looks at a vendor at Double Decker that sells...

Check out what’s happening this week in Oxford:   Monday 8:30 a.m. – Yoga in the Gallery – UM Museum 7:30 p.m. – Low Brass Ensembles Concert...

J. Cole’s fifth studio album “KOD” is about addiction. Cole said the acronym has three different meanings, all of which are portrayed on the album...

In anticipation of all the musicians arriving in Oxford for Double Decker this weekend, The Daily Mississippian hit campus to ask Rebels, “What music...