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Oxford Town #949

IN THIS WEEK’S ISSUE: The New Orleans-based band, e.company (on the OT cover), who have been compared to the likes of Maroon 5, are headed to Proud Larry’s tonight (Oct. 20) and OT music writer Tom Speed has them covered; African Art is being featured at the University Museum and a reception is planned for Oct. 25; The Ole Miss choral Department welcomes Joan Szymko on Oct. 20 at Nutt Auditorium; and OT outdoor columnist Michelle McAnally turns us on to the wonderful world of Clear Creek and everything it has to offer. CLICK HERE to download the complete issue in PDF format. (October 20, 2011)

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    Ole Miss alums making waves in film

    OXFORD TOWN – Two young actors that spent the summer in Oxford working on Jim Shollenberger’s “Bent Prism” are both seeing growing success in their careers this fall in TV and film. Check the Oxford Film Freak (Melanie Addington’s) feature on Page 13 to see which two Ole Miss alums are making a splash on the big screen (and small screen) these days. Hint: One of them is Haley Strode (pictured here). (September 29, 2011, Page 13)

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      Fall Film Preview

      OXFORD TOWN – Welcome back students. In this week’s issue of Oxford Town, the Oxford Film Freak (Melanie Addington) tackles her annual fall film preview again this year and from the looks of it, we can expect tons of action, great remakes and one or two films that are causing an early Oscar buzz. One of the first films up (Aug. 26) is “Our Idiot Brother” starring Paul Rudd (pictured). Page 26 in this week’s issue of Oxford Town gives us a heads up about what’s headed to the Malco Studio Cinema, just outside of the Ole Miss gates. (August 18, 2011, Page 26)

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        Yocona Folk Festival Kicks off this Friday at the Powerhouse

        OXFORD TOWN – The Yocona Folk Festival will kick off its 2011 season this Friday (Aug. 5) with its International Marketplace Day held at the Powerhouse. The market is set to take place from 10 a.m.-9 p.m. and will feature tons of artists and craftsmen selling their wares. The day will also feature American and international music and dance, all of which is free and open to the public. Page 7 in this week’s issue of Oxford Town has complete details of this week’s folk festival activities. (August 4, 2011, Page 7)

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