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Muscian/Singer/Songwriter Jennifer Niceley hits Oxford

OXFORD TOWN – Jennifer Niceley is a busy girl around Oxford this week. With a scheduled appearance at Thacker Mountain Radio today (Thursday, Sept. 30), the indie/pop musician from Tennessee will also perform at the Lyric Theater’s Red Star Bar at 12:15 p.m. on Friday for a very special lunchtime show. Niceley and her band (Jason Goforth/pedal steel and Jonathon Estes/bass) will perform until 12:45. Turn to Page 5 and 7 of this week’s edition of Oxford Town and read about Niceley and her band as they hang out in Oxford for a couple of days. (September 30, 2010, Page 5, 7)

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    Oxford Town #892

    IN THIS WEEK’S ISSUE: Rooster’s Blues House plays host to the Joe Krown Trio on both Friday and Saturday; Scottish band The King’s Road plays a house concert on Friday; Lablemates Ingram Hill and the Benjy Davis Project play Proud Larry’s on Thursday, Sept. 16; and Outdoor Columnist Michelle McAnally turns us on to the Enid Lake Dam recreation site;. Download the entire issue in PDF format. (September 17, 2010)

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      Oxford Town #891

      IN THIS WEEK’S ISSUE – Austin, Texas rocker Alejandro Escovedo returns to Oxford, Off Square Books and Proud Larry’s on Tuesday, Sept. 14; The Gertrude Ford Center releases its exciting 2010-11 schedule,  Sports columnist Steven Godfrey re-visits the Ole Miss Rebel football debacle last Saturday; Taylor Farmers’ Market rolls into Fall; and Thacker Mountain Radio features Mister Baby. Download the entire issue in PDF format(September 10, 2010)

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        Oxford Town 889

        IN THIS WEEKS ISSUE: The Third Annual Oxford Music Festival kicks off on Wednesday,  Sept. 1,  featuring seven free shows around town; Freelance photographer Mike Stanton exhibits his photos at Honey Bee Bakery; Local band Colour Revolt returns to Oxford to rock Proud Larry’s; OLHS hosts WOOFSTOCK benefit this weekend; Parrish’s hosts the Memphis band Blackberry Wednesday on Friday night, Aug. 27. Download the complete issue in PDF format. (August 30, 2010)

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          Welcome Back Rebels!

          OXFORD TOWN – Welcome Back Rebels! Inside this week’s issue of Oxford Town, find page after page of practical tips and advice given to you by folks who have been in the exact spot you are in right now. You’ll get the skinny on everything from fall and Grove fashion to Oxford music to Rebel football, volleyball and soccer. Hang on to this one because it’ll come in handy in the upcoming months. Good luck this year! Download the complete issue in PDF format. (August 20, 2010)

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            OT#833

            IN THIS WEEK’S ISSUE: The 37th Annual Faulkner & Yoknapatawpha Conference begins on July 18; the first Oxford Blues Festival will be held this weekend at various bars on the Square; the McCain brothers are scheduled for the Taylor Farmer’s Market; 208 South Poplar restaurant is reviewed by Shana Flaschka; the Mid-Town Farmers’ Market holds its annual Pie Baking Contest this Saturday; columnist Jim Dees ponders the effect of methane gas on Australia; and sports columnist Steven Godfrey shares his thoughts on the Rebel’s football schedule this season. Click here to download the complete edition in PDF format. (July 15, 2010)

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              Oxford Town 882

              IN THIS WEEK’S ISSUE – Sanders Bohlke teams up with Crystal Thomas for a great night of folk/pop rock at Proud Larry’s next Wednesday; OT columnist Jim Dees lands in the drunk tank with Lindsay Lohan and BP CEO Tony Hayward; OT music columnist Alex McAdams shares her current playlist; Local Folk singer/songwriter Katie Dintelman is scheduled for the Taylor Farmers’ Market on Saturday; and OT sports columnist Steven Godfrey shares his thoughts on Pat Patterson’s permanent dismissal from the Rebel football team. Click here and view the complete edition in PDF format(July 8, 2010)

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                OXFORD TOWN #879

                IN THIS WEEK’S ISSUE – The Blackbird Hour is the entertainment this Sunday for the Summer Sunset Series in the Grove; Jimbo Mathus’ “Mosquitoville” kicks off this weekend’s Oxford Rhythm Revival on the Square; Author Aimee Bender visits Off Square Books in support of her novel “The Particular Sadness of Lemon Cake;” The Abbeville restaurant Yocona in Exile is reviewed; and the Oxford Shakespeare Festival continues on the UM campus(June 17, 2010)

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