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Three months after her second run as the lead in “Waitress,” the musical she scored based on the 2007 movie with the same title, Sara Bareilles serves us “Amidst the Chaos.” An anthology of finding calm in the storm, Bareilles’s new album was worth the wait. I think it’s safe to say that pop...

As some of you likely know, this weekend is Easter and we all have an extra day to celebrate the weekend. Enjoy a Friday of no class and hopefully no...

PMississippi MUTTS will introduce its new event, Yappy Hour, tonight from 4 to 6 p.m. in Cabin 82 of The Graduate Oxford. Tonight and the third Monday...

Members of Kappa Alpha Theta were given the news on Nov. 1, 2018, that they were losing their chapter at the University of Mississippi because of low...

Local musicians Anne Freeman and Kate Teague are teaming up with The End of All Music to release a Record Store Day title that is limited to 300 copies....

Singer-songwriter Parker McCollum will take the stage at Proud Larry’s at 9 p.m. on Wednesday. The singer, based in Austin, Texas, is stopping in...

Last Wednesday, I, along with a group of students from Anne Twitty’s and Paul Polgar’s classes about the history of race in America, attended a special...

In January, we did a literature in music playlist in honor of National Book Month, so we’ve decided to celebrate National Library Workers’ Day...

R.J. Case, a 2013 graduate of Ole Miss, started “Mesa de Español,” a Spanish-speaking group at University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson,...

Two years after youthful R&B standout Khalid dropped his first album “American Teen,” he’s back in the saddle to showcase the growth and polishing...