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When Sam Cox, Pace Ward, Justin Ryan and Hunter Williams moved into the house on 310 Elm Street, they didn’t have plans to create the latest do-it-yourself music venue in Oxford, but a drought of homegrown music venues in the area forced them to consider it. DIY venues have been a staple of the...

The newest Grisham Writer in Residence, January O’Neil, has never been to the Deep South, but she said that she is a southerner at heart. She plans...

Oxford has had a revival of comedy acts this summer thanks to Oxford Comedy and their mission to bring standup to the Oxford scene. Connor King, the...

Need some hope in the love department? The romantic comedy genre sure has lately. But recently, Netflix’s “Always Be My Maybe” has reignited a flame...

Newman spoke about his album, his musical process and his life outside of songwriting the week before his EP, “Noom,” comes out. Ole Miss junior...

This past Friday and Saturday, Oxford hosted the 24th annual Double Decker Arts Festival. With so much going on during the weekend — local art to survey,...

When John Darnielle, vocalist for The Mountain Goats, announced the new album “In League with Dragons” live from the headquarters of Wizards of the...

Double Decker Festival is here, but did it really happen if it isn’t on Instagram? Luckily for you, online editor Annie Sharp put together a few...

Each spring, the Oxford community looks forward to Double Decker, an annual festival on the Square showcasing both local and external art, music and food....

Lucero, the longtime Memphis country-rock band, is one of the oldest acts to take the Double Decker stage this weekend. They’re veterans of Double Decker, Americana music and Oxford. The band’s lead vocalist, guitarist and songwriter Ben Nichols, who was on the way to pick up his daughter from daycare, said it’s an interesting spot to be in. “We’re kind...