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ASHTON DAWES | The Daily MississippianThe historic Lamar House is only a short walk from North Lamar Boulevard. On 14th Street, just a minute or two away from North Lamar Boulevard, is a white house facing away from the road. It’s quite inconspicuous, or it would be, if not for the two signs proclaiming...

Megan Abbott, shown above, delivered the keynote address for Conference for the Book Friday. Photo: Drew Riley, The Daily Mississippian. Described by author...

Courtsey SterogumKeven Gate’s “By Any Means” came out earlier this month. This month’s SXSW (pronounced: South by Southwest) Music...

JARED BURLESON | The Daily MississippianKiese Laymon speaks at Off Square Books to begin the Oxford Conference for the Book Wednesday night. The first...

Imagine having the opportunity to roam the same streets as William Faulkner, immerse yourself in the same nature and culture, or even visit his historic...

Whether he is sculpting for an action movie or painting the family poodle, Roxy, Tom Corbin’s artistic talents cover a broad spectrum. His exhibit, “The...

Courtesy subSIPPIThe subSIPPI crew members Laren Cioff, left to right, Greg Gandy and Vincent JudeChaney pose for photo while on set Grab a ticket, slip...

A poster for the Eco-Fashion Gala. Photo: Courtesy Eco-Friendly Gala. Putting on an event can be tough, especially when it is a schoolwide Eco-Fashion...

Courtesy Bit’s N’ Pieces Theatre. “I can do it, if I try,” Holli Rubin said, when asked what her favorite line in the “Three Billy Goats Gruff”...

It’s a Wednesday night in Oxford, and the venue sign reads “private party, invited guest only.” What could it possibly be? Is it an office party?...