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Patsy Engelhard, owner of Knit1, poses for a photo. (Photo/Logan Kirkland) The city of Oxford is home to Knit1, the only store in town which caters to fiber enthusiasts interested in knitting, crocheting, weaving and more. For the past four years, Knit1 Oxford has resided just off of Courthouse Square on...

We are halfway through the year, so now is a perfect time to have an arbitrary “Best Albums of 2014 So Far” list. Which albums made the cut and are...

Oxford will be jam-packed this weekend for the Fourth of July. While most towns lose a bulk of their population for the Fourth, Oxford is expected to see...

Courtesy MusicMidtown.com Last week was significant for Atlanta-based music festival Music Midtown. Not only did tickets go on sale for the event, but...

In May, my Dad, stepmother and grandparents flew in from Orlando and watched me walk across the stage at the Tad Pad. They walked in when the announcer...

Courtesy LanaDelRey.com Singer Lana Del Rey has outdone herself with her second album, “Ultraviolence.” Considered her second studio album (with 2012’s...

Summer is the ideal time to start new adventures, and the kitchen is the perfect place to begin. For students, cooking is typically limited to ramen noodles...

Courtesy Facebook.com After a quiet summer due to the drop in population that comes with many students leaving town for the summer, local Oxford venue...

For those who haven’t been to Bonnaroo before, it’s a very hard experience to explain. Of course you could simply state that it is indeed a music...

(Courtesy Free People) It’s time to throw out your boring black spandex, thanks to new, fashionable options for athletic apparel. In the past, most workout...