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With winter break right around the corner, many of us will be gearing up to use our Christmas movie collections during the holiday season. Surprisingly, Netflix does not have many well-known options. The only one I recognized was “The Grinch,” one of those Christmas classics we’ve all seen and will...

This weekend at the Powerhouse, the Department of Art and Art History presents the annual Holiday Art Gala fundraiser featuring works across several mediums...

Bringing a program from a non-factor to a regular contender is an extremely difficult process. Turning that same program into a champion is even more difficult,...

Cartoon fans all over the world are mourning the death of Stephen Hillenburg, the creator of Nickelodeon’s “Spongebob Squarepants,” after his year...

The new Netflix series “The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” takes viewers on a series of dark and twisted events complimented with charm and black...

When Tuscaloosa-based jam band CBDB and Oxford’s own Busty Petites play at The Lyric on Friday, their concert will be about “More Than Music.” The...

After a three-year absence from the charts, Mumford & Sons has re-established themselves as the kings of indie-pop with their fourth album “Delta”...

Two weeks ago, Mumford & Sons released its 4th studio album, “Delta.” To coincide with our review of the band’s new album, this week’s...

Songwriters Hall of Famer and Ole Miss football player Jim Weatherly and longtime Oxford sportswriter Jeff Roberson will sign their book “Midnight Train”...

Called “Benton County Relic” and featuring a tintype portrait of the artist as its cover, Cedric Burnside’s latest album owes a lot to the past. Burnside,...