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At dawn Carlyle Wolfe sits on her front porch, quietly listening, watching and waiting. The sun rises, gradually illuminating the new day, bringing forth a vibrant palette of hues that Wolfe paints in her sketchbook. This is how Wolfe, artist and adjunct professor at The University of Mississippi, began the...

Photo: Courtesy Proud Larry’s. A new sound born and bred in Mississippi is hitting Oxford tonight as Proud Larry’s hosts local band Light Beam...

Photo: Courtesy Kyle Crockett. When I was in high school, my chemistry teacher/dear friend introduced me to a young New York band with which she had a...

Photo: Phillip Waller, The Daily Mississippian. Newly discovered “piano man” Marvin King is the resident fellow for the Residential College South at...

Vehicles are parked on campus in January. Photo: Grant Beebe, The Daily Mississippian. Dark brown, grey exhaust floats up into the soft glow of the morning...

Cover art of Boogie Down Productions’s ‘By All Means Necessary.’ Photo: RCA Records. “I heard that brother got knowledge of self” said by...

“William Faulkner’s Books: A Bibliographic Exhibit” is available for viewing at the J.D. Williams Library Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m....

Sounds of blues, pop, funk and jazz will be flowing through the Oxford Square during the 19th annual Double Decker Arts Festival April 25-26. The festival’s...

Rapper Pell poses for promotional art in preparation for his current tour.Courtesy of Chris Cajoleas I The Daily Mississippian The bartenders and bouncers...

Tonight at 6, Thacker Mountain Radio will welcome Willy Vlautin, reading from his newest book, “The Free,” along with a musical guest list that includes...