Coming up on the close of her first year as mayor, Robyn Tannehill knows that potential change often comes with critique from the community. The town’s...

The shooting at The Lyric Oxford on Friday night will likely lead to changes for Oxford music venues. Mayor Robyn Tannehill said Tuesday evening after...

Charlie Davis, who was born and raised in Oxford, will be performing “GUMP: With Your Pal, Charlie Davis,” his original comedy show and re-enactment...

Monday 8:30 a.m. – Yoga in the Gallery – UM Museum   Tuesday 4 p.m. – Campus Recreation Job Fair – Turner Center   Wednesday 7 p.m. –...

Monday 8:30 a.m. – Yoga in the Gallery – UM Museum 5 p.m. – John Marszalek, David Nolan and Louie Gallo with “The Personal Memoirs...

Tuesday 5 p.m. – Daniel Handler with “All the Dirty Parts” – Off Square Books 9 p.m. – Broken English reading series –...

Monday 8:30 a.m. – Yoga in the Gallery – UM Museum 7:30 p.m. – LOU Symphony: Carnival of the Animals – Ford Center Tuesday 5 p.m....

Tennis, courtesy: Kelia Anne. It shouldn’t take a listener long to notice two themes in Tennis’ songs: feminism and relationships, and how they...

If there is one thing the indie-alternative standard Spoon is good at, it’s making noise in the industry at the drop of the hat. The group stays...

Tonight, The Lyric Oxford hosts one of the most unconventional acts the music industry has to offer. In a weird, Phish-meets-Tycho-meets-Widespread Panic-type...