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Oxford Town #873

IN THIS WEEK’S ISSUE — Proud Larry’s presents songwriter Will Hodge Friday; local musicians come together as The Minor Adjustments; Jim Dees laments the Gulf oil spill; Alex McAdams proposes a playlist for finals week. View the complete edition in PDF (5 MB). (May 6, 2010)

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    The Minor Adjustments

    OXFORD TOWN – The Minor Adjustments may be a new name to the Oxford music scene, but its members definitely are not. Members of this awesome new “project” in town hail from other acts including Mayhem String Band, Daybreakdown, Shady Deal, Good Paper, Tate Moore and the Cosmic Door, Jimbo Mathus and the Tri-State Coalition and others. Check out Page 9 of this week’s Oxford Town and read about your favorite new local band. (May 6, 2010, Page 9)

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      What’s on your finals week playlist?

      MUSIC MATTERS – Oxford, it seems, is digressing into its summer swagger — some people call this a slump; Oxford Town music columnist Alexander McAdams calls it owning the local bar scene. See what’s in Alex’s playlist for finals week on Page 9 of this week’s issue of Oxford Town. (May 6, 2010, Page 9)

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        Oil Sick: A sheen worse than Charlie

        LIES AND OTHER TRUTHS – This week, Oxford Town columnist Jim Dees delves into the current oil spill disaster on the Gulf Coast and what appears to be a perpetual recovery effort in the region. Who’s responsible and who should get stuck with the cleanup tab? Check out this week’s Oxford Town for Dees’  thorough, witty and wise coverage of the tragic situation. (May 6, 2010, Page 5)

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          Out on the Street in Istanbul

          OUT ON THE STREET – Oxford Town street beat reporter Phyllis Nobles slipped out of town about 10 weeks ago and literally hit the streets of Istanbul where she now works seasonally as an English teacher. In an effort to keep her Oxford ties strong, Nobles reports in this week to give us a glimpse of the Turkish culture as well as a heads up on when she expects to be hitting our streets again. This week’s Oxford Town features Nobles in the streets of Istanbul as she plans her return as a regular at Bottletree. (April 29, 2010, Page 12)

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            Wind Chime Wars: From tranquility to hostility

            LIES AND OTHER TRUTHS – Oxford Town columnist Jim Dees recalls a literal chime war in Paradise. It seems wind chimes are interfering with nature’s voice as it whips through the trees around his home. Check out Dees’ column in Oxford Town this week to find out how he, Trees and Wheels deal with an unruly chime neighbor who also owns dogs on steroids. (April 29, 2010, Page 5)

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              Snead becomes draft day laughing stock

              THE GODFREY SHOW – Twelve quarterbacks were selected in the 2010 NFL Draft. Jevan Snead wasn’t one of them. This was not the year for Snead to go pro. Ill-advised? Absolutely. Pick up this week’s issue of Oxford Town and read about Snead’s disappointing NFL draft day and sports columnist Steven Godfrey’s take on the situation. (April 29, 2010, Page 8)

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                Health & Wellness Awareness Week

                Rebel Body Fitness is hosting Health and Wellness Awareness Week April 26-May 1. The week culminates in a health-fair day Saturday at the Oxford Activity Center. All events are free and open to the public.

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                  Oxford Town: Double Decker 2010

                  SPECIAL EDITION — It’s that time again! Get the scoop on all the events planned for this weekend’s 15th Annual Double Decker Arts Festival in this week’s edition of Oxford Town. Headliner Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings are still slated to perform Saturday night. Between now and then, we’ll keep you updated on any changes to festival plans due to the threat of bad weather.

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                    Another successful Grove Bowl

                    THE GODFREY SHOW – Late in the third quarter of Saturday’s Grove Bowl the realization hit that spring football in the South must be similar to the crackling atmosphere of a ACC tilt between Maryland and NC State in late October: About 25,000 disinterested fans and families lounging in a cavernous, fairly empty football stadium under blue skies and no humidity. See what Oxford Town’s sports columnist Steven Godfrey has to say about the Rebels as they wrap up their spring training. (April 22, 2010, Page 12)

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