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Hailing from the New York lo-fi tape scene, Andrew Cedermark couldn’t have picked a better town than Oxford to make a stop Wednesday, July 17 at 9 p.m. This is just another stop on his current tour of the South that heads to Athens next. His second album, “Home Life,” is set to release today, and Cedermark...

VANCOUVER, British Columbia (AP) — Cory Monteith, the heartthrob actor who became an overnight star as a high school quarterback-turned-singer in the...

The historic Lyric Theatre in Oxford is about to take a dive. The theater usually known for hosting nationally-known artists as well as a venue for parties,...

With the final installment to the “Ashfall” trilogy, “Sunrise,” expected to be released sometime in the next year, Mike Mullin has created an exciting...

Beginning Tuesday night Southside Gallery will be showcasing the artwork of artist Boyd Saunders for the month of July. The exhibit will feature a plethora...

This past weekend many Oxonians gravitated to the Oxford Square for some good ole family-friendly fun. The Oxford Downtown Council, which is composed of...

For the 10th Anniversary of the Shakespeare Festival, Oxford put on a crowd-pleasing performance of “Hello, Dolly!” in the Main Hall of the Ford Center...

Continuing in my series of “whatever I feel like writing about at the moment,” I thought the Ole Miss campus and surrounding Oxford community would...

Chef John Currence is a New Orleans native who has made Oxford famous for food. City Grocery, Boure, Snackbar and Big Bad Breakfast make up the City Grocery...

A few things have happened recently that made me realize how broke I am: •I chose Burnett’s over Smirnoff because I could not justify the extra five...