Valentine’s Day is upon us, and whether you’re alone, with friends or with that special someone, you can rest assured that there’s always going to...

Though the film “Can You Ever Forgive Me?” has quietly made its way into theaters nationwide, it has rightly earned recognition for its outstanding...

The 16th annual Oxford Film Festival began yesterday, celebrating the art of independent cinema. OFF hopes to make the five-day event accessible and affordable...

Negro Terror has a lot to be angry about. Rico, the guitarist for the Memphis hardcore band, explained this anger in an interview for the new feature-length...

The Fyre Festival will probably be recorded as the greatest party to be planned. The promise of supermodels, concerts and exclusive access duped thousands...

The DM’s managing editor Devna Bose, news editor Hadley Hitson and assistant arts & culture editor Eliza Noe sat down yesterday to discuss “You,”...

Maggie Rogers is yet another 21st century pop star looking to bring authenticity to the genre, and she succeeds with the release of her debut album. In...

Nature has inspired some of the world’s most beloved artists of all stylistic backgrounds, from Van Gogh’s “Starry Night” to Winslow’s “Sunlight...

Cups an Espresso Cafe, a coffee shop on Jackson Avenue, is beginning a series of weekly performances by local artists. It began the initiative this month,...

Illustration by Marisa Morrissette This standout weekend is the prime time to see and be seen in Oxford. And, of course, you want to be seen looking your...