This week in Oxford: Thursday 12 p.m. – Mary Ann Connell Book Signing – Oxford Lafayette Public Library 5 p.m. – Ken Wooten with Being...

Not many people are familiar with the significance of the Juneteenth Festival even though it’s been celebrated in the United States for several decades...

Chef Sydney Meers (Photo courtesy: Sarah Isom Center) James Beard Award-nominated chef Sydney Meers and Oxford’s own James Beard nominee restaurant Saint...

Many Oxford residents have one important question on their minds: “What will there be to eat?” In a town with its own food culture and a plethora...

The End Of All Music record store will be hosting an event to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Record Store Day from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday. The...

When Wayne Andrews moved to Oxford, he expected to see the booming business of craft breweries in town, but at that time, Mississippi had legislation in place blocking craft breweries. Since then laws have changed, and there are now 11 craft breweries creating tourism and job opportunities in the state. The state legislature recently passed a House bill that would allow...

Football. It’s an American pastime that has kept a special place in our hearts for decades, having brought together generations of people through...

The Closing of the Student Union ...

To some fans, waking up to Grove before an 11 a.m. ball game can be difficult, but these breakfast-inspired recipes will help get your fellow tailgaters...

The eggplant comes in many shapes, sizes and shades of purple. For millennials, the eggplant might most be recognized by its Emoji fame. However, there...