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Resolution solutions for 2011

OXFORD TOWN – This year, Oxford Town Lifestyle Columnist George Atkins is going on strike against the yearly exploitation of our national guilt complex — the hard-to-keep-New Year’s resolution. Instead, she’s sharing her ideas about resolutions that you can make that should be a breeze to keep. Page 7 in this week’s issue of Oxford Town has Atkins’ painfully true resolution solutions for 2011. (December 30, 2010, Page 7)

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    OXFORD TOWN #906

    IN THIS WEEK’S ISSUE OF OXFORD TOWN: Rooster’s Blues House owner Scott Michael keeps the venue rolling through the Christmas weekend featuring live music and food and drink specials; “True Grit Retribution” begins its run at the Malco Studio Cinema; Oxford Town columnist Jim Dees explores what popularity and social networking might do to Santa in these digital times; Renasant Bank in Water Valley is hosting an art exhibit by Water Valley resident Thomas Lovelady; and Oxford Town sports columnist Steven Godfrey gives Oxford a dose of “gamblin’ feel-good” by sharing his Christmas weekend bowl picks. Click here and download the complete issue in PDF format. (December 24, 2010)

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      Rooster’s Blues House rocks through the holidays

      OXFORD TOWN – Ole Miss’ annual mass exodus went off without a hitch last week but Rooster’s Blues House rocks on without missing a beat. Page 5 in this week’s issue of Oxford Town has information about the popular blues venue and owner Scott Michael’s (pictured) plan for keeping the holiday season festive for Oxford locals. (December 22, 2010, Page 5)

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        Rebels’ Retrospective – Gauging the REBS

        OXFORD TOWN – From start to finish, the Rebel football team struggled throughout its 2010 campaign, completing the year with a disappointing 4-8 record. But, there are other ways to gauge the success of a season according to Duncan Gray. Turn to Page 12 in this week’s issue of Oxford Town and read about  Gray’s “barometer” for this year’s Ole Miss Rebels football team and check out Oxford Town photographer Mike Stanton’s accompanying photos taken as he roamed the Rebel sideline throughout the humbling season. (December 16, 2010, Page 12)

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          Proud Larry’s hosts A Tacky Townie Christmas

          OXFORD TOWN – Tate Moore (pictured), Jimbo Mathus and The Posey Family Band join forces with Jay Lang, Dickey Do & The Don’ts, The Minor Adjustments and Alice Walker for “A Tacky Townie Christmas” on Friday night (Dec. 17) at Proud Larry’s. All proceeds from the show will benefit The Oxford-Lafayette Interfaith Compassion Ministry. Page 5 in this week’s issue of Oxford Town has photos and details. (December 16, 2010, Page 5)

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            Ray Cashman to play Rooster’s Blues House

            OXFORD TOWN – When most venues choose to scale back or even close their doors all together during the holiday season, Rooster’s Blues House keeps the heat up and the lights on, serving up the best blues in the region. Catch Ray Cashman and his blazing version of Delta blues tomorrow night (Friday, Dec. 10) as he brings in the holiday season at Rooster’s Blues House. Page 7 in this week’s edition of Oxford Town has full details. (December 9, 2010, Page 7)

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              Music in the Hall reaches out

              OXFORD TOWN – Are you a fan of Music in the Hall? Daniel Morrow certainly is and he’s looking to improve the production. With soaring costs (and a soaring vision), Morrow is reaching out to the Oxford-Lafayette community to help improve his nationally recognized show. Page 12 in this week’s issue of Oxford Town has all the information you need to help keep this awesome local tradition alive and thriving via Music in the Hall’s Kickstarter Campaign. (December 9, 2010, Page 11)

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                Oxford Ballet Presents the ‘Nutcracker Ballet’ this weekend

                OXFORD TOWN – Oxford Ballet presents its fourth version of the “Nutcracker Ballet” on Dec. 11-12 at the Ford Center. Artistic Director Genevieve Fortner has assembled a group of world class, nationally recognized dancers as well as local actors and dancers to fill the cast. Pages 8 and 12 has information and tons of photos by photographer Mike Stanton featuring the annual performance that has become an Oxford tradition. (December 9, 2010, Page 8, 12)

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