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BY CASEY HOLLIDAY Summer has officially begun, though with Oxford weather it’s been hard to tell. Summer means more than just heat and drinking at the pool, it also means the best (or at least the loudest) movies of the year will be coming out soon. Here’s a quick rundown of what you can expect at your...

BY MATTHEW BISHOP jbhipp@go.olemiss.edu Changing your own oil is a dirty, time-consuming job. But it also gives you a sense of accomplishment and can sometimes be fun. Anybody is capable of doing it and it can save you a good amount of money. So put on that T-shirt with the huge nacho stain and prepare to smell like a mechanic. Don’t worry; I will guide you through the...

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BY KATHERINE CARR kecarr@go.olemiss.edu   UMISSO The band plays music from a wide range of genres including Caribbean, jazz, funk, classical and...

BY ROSS CABELL rsscabell@gmail.com Hot off of the October release of their first proper full lengh, Kids Raising Kids, Nashville’s Kopecky Family Band will be playing the Double Decker Music and Arts Fest on Saturday. “The last time we played in Mississippi was at this hilarious med school party,” said Kelsey Kopecky, co-founder of the Kopecky Family Band. The name...

BY CATY CAMBRON cjcambro@go.olemiss.edu One of the most anticipated weekends in Oxford has finally arrived. Friday will mark the beginning of the 18th Annual Double Decker Arts Festival. With almost a year of planning for the event, the weekend allows artists, musicians and food vendors to share their talents in the city of Oxford. The Oxford Tourism Council is responsible...

BY ALAINA VALKOFF amvalkof@go.olemiss.edu The Double Decker Spring Run will take place Saturday to benefit the Oxford-Lafayette Chamber of Commerce. Pam Swain, vice president of the Oxford-Lafayette Chamber of Commerce, said they started this race the same year as the Double Decker festival as a physical and healthy lifestyle challenge. “We wanted to add another element...

BY KALEIGH SKINNER kaskinne@go.olemiss.edu The University of Mississippi Department of Art will showcase its student work this weekend at the Double Decker festival with multiple live demonstrations in Meek Hall on Friday and tents on the Square to sell student work on Saturday. The Ole Miss Print Club, also known as the Print Rebellion, will host a letterpress demonstration...

Drive-By Truckers / Courtesy Drive-By Truckers BY MICHAEL QUIRK mwquirk@go.olemiss.edu A week removed from performances in New York City and Brooklyn,...

BY CASEY HOLLIDAY cahollid@go.olemiss.edu Spring is (finally) in the air, and now that field parties are over, it means there is one more major event to wrap up the semester: the 18th Annual Double Decker Arts Festival. Over the last 18 years, Double Decker has grown from a small city event to a festival that draws visitors from all over Mississippi and the surrounding...