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Friday: 6 p.m. — Lilly Hiatt This year’s Double Decker Festival will open with Lilly Hiatt, a no-nonsense rocker influenced equally by southern Americana bands and grunge artists. Her latest album is 2017’s “Trinity Lane,” which borrows the name of the East Nashville street she lives...

On Monday afternoon, the atmosphere in the clay-splattered ceramics studio on the ground floor of Meek Hall was buzzing. In preparation for Double Decker,...

From 2005 through 2009, the women of the Manitoba Mennonite colony in Bolivia woke up with strange aches and pains. When they asked the community’s...

We’ve all been there. Sometimes, you just get so angry at someone or something, or maybe even at everyone and everything. Some of the best music...

With over 3 million preorders and the record for the most-viewed video in 24 hours on Youtube for their “Boy With Luv” music video, K-pop boy band...

With season eight of “Game of Thrones” premiering last week, we’ve reunited with our favorite Westerosi houses after almost two years of waiting,...

Four students in the Ole Miss Master of Business Administration program collaborated to produce the Memory Makers Music Festival benefit concert for the...

To my surprise, I couldn’t hear the bees buzzing until I got within about five feet of their homes: four hives populated with roughly 6,000 to 8,000...

The Ole Miss African Drum and Dance Ensemble (OMADDE) is bringing a piece of traditional African culture to Oxford tonight at 7:30 p.m. in Nutt Auditorium....

The Ole Miss Beekeepers Club populated their first hives this past week just two miles outside of Oxford city limits. Photo by Katherine Butler. President...