Shelves at the Pantry are stocked constantly, and are set up and operated much like a grocery store. Clients are able to look through the shelves and take...

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...

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...

“My only son, William Scott Smith, decided to leave this world on May 3, 2015.” His story starts unassumingly, like any other. He had a loving mother,...

Muscadine Bloodline, a duo hailing from Mobile, Alabama, will step foot into Mississippi once again to liven the Oxford Square streets with country music. Gary...

Mary Heather Spencer is commemorated at the Family Crisis Services table that was on the Square where advocates such as Mary-Margaret Chaffe, were spreading...

Nashville is typically known for its country music and lifestyle, but with emerging talents like COIN, that’s becoming more of a false stereotype. Formed...

Instead of having the typical cheese-and-crackers platter, Frame Up’s Basement Gallery treated guests to Pop-Tarts and popcorn last night at its “Pop...

Writer and Oxford native John Cofield allows readers to experience the history of Oxford through his new pictorial history book, “Oxford, Mississippi...

Monday 8:30 a.m. – Yoga in the Gallery – UM Museum 5 p.m. – John Cofield with “Oxford, Mississippi: The Cofield Collection”...