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Citizen Architect: Samuel Mockbee screening

OXFORD TOWN — “Citizen Architect: Samuel Mockbee and the Spirit of the Rural Studio will screen on Tuesday, Aug. 17 at the Lyric Theater in Oxford at 8 p.m. The documentary takes a look at late architect Samuel Mockbee’s radical design program known as the Rural Studio. (August 12, 2010, Page 5)

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    Oxford fuels film production

    OXFORD TOWN –YAC’s Operations Coordinator Beth Ziegenhorn has her pulse on the community this week and breaks down the upcoming YAC fundraiser to be held at Southside Gallery. The public is invited to join them this Saturday from 7-9 p.m. at the gallery for a reception for the upcoming movie “Where I Begin” which has begun filming in Oxford and the surrounding area. Turn to Page 10 in this week’s issue of OT and get details about the fundraiser that will allow everyone to meet the director and stars of the film. (August 12, 2010, Page 10)

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      IN THIS WEEK’S ISSUE: Theatre Oxford presents “Barefoot in the Park at the Powerhouse; The Yocona International Folk Festival returns to the Grove on Sunday; Living Blues Magazine celebrates its 40th anniversary; Oxford Town Outdoor columnist Michelle McAnally goes hiking at Puskus Lake and North Cyprus; The 23rd annual Sunflower River Festival kicks off in Clarksdale; and OT Sports columnist Steven Godfrey continues his Jeremiah Masoli coverage. Download the complete issue in PDF format. (August 6, 2010)

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        ‘Where I Begin’ – How can you not be excited?

        OXFORD TOWN — It’s been three months of non-stop pre-production work for me and Thomas L. Phillips, director of the independent drama “Where I Begin” that we co-wrote and co-produced. Lots of people have asked if we are excited and, well, yes, we are – but also mostly just anxious and tired. That is the part yu don’t often hear much about. (August 5, 2010, Page 15)

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          IN THIS WEEKS EDITION: The Golden Dragon Acrobats perform at the Gertrude Ford Center on Friday, July 30; singer/songwriter Cory Branan is set to play The Blind Pig on Saturday; also on Saturday, the Eddie Wayne Vance Band will play Rooster’s Blues House; Southside Gallery hosts an artist reception on Friday for photographer Deborah Freeland; sports columnist Steven Godfrey debates the Jeremiah Masoli issue … will he, or won’t he? Click here to download the full issue in PDF format(July 29, 2010)

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            ‘Field of Dreams’ to play in ‘perfect setting’

            OXFORD TOWN – It’s been 21 years since “Field of Dreams” first hit the big screen but like with all great cinema, its classic nature allows us to enjoy it today. A movie as much about daring to dream as it is about baseball, “Field of Dreams” will finish out the summer’s Movies in the Park series hosted by the Oxford Park Commission. (July 29, 2010, Page 10)

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              Silent film fans rejoice; Haphazard Happenings is coming

              Silent film fans have quite the treat next Thursday as Tupelo filmmaker Rex Curry Harsin brings his series of Chaplin-esque short films to Oxford, set to music from silent film composer Donald Sosin. (July 22, 2010, Page 12)

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                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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                  Hollywood of Faulkner

                  OXFORD TOWN– Sunday kicks off the annual Faulkner conference and this year focuses on my favorite topic: film. Producer Lee Caplin, whom I wrote about in October when he attended the Oxford Film Festival’s “Intruder in the Dust,” 60th anniversary screening, returns on Sunday to talk producing Faulkner movies. (July 15, 2010, Page 11)

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