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Golden Dragon Acrobats set for Ford Center July 30

OXFORD TOWN – Recognized as the premier Chinese acrobatic touring company, the Golden Dragon Acrobats are slated to perform July 30 at the University of Mississippi’s Gertrude C. Ford Center for the Performing Arts. Page 9 in this week’s edition of Oxford Town has all the information you’ll need to get your family set for a dazzling night of acrobatics from the Far East to round out another hot and sticky July in Oxford. (July 22, 2010, Page 9)

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    Tate Moore and The Cosmic Door to play Blind Pig

    OXFORD TOWN – “A Kudzu Kings reunion of sorts” hits the Square as Tate Moore and The Cosmic Door — including Dave Woolworth, Robert Chaffe and Forest Parker — join forces this Saturday (July 24) for a concert at Blind Pig. Page 8 in this week’s issue of Oxford Town has Kate Anthony’s coverage of what should prove to be a classic, hometown show featuring pizza guru and one of Oxford’s favorite musicians, Tate Moore. (July 22, 2010, Page 8)

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      Re-creating L-O-U: Get outside and play

      OXFORD TOWN – Looking for something to do outside? Page 5 in this week’s Oxford Town introduces our newest columnist, Michelle McAnally, as she breaks down convenient recreational choices available to everyone. In upcoming issues, McAnally will be covering tons of local and regional outdoor activities that will appeal to the young and old alike. This week; an introduction to the region’s best kept secret, Holly Springs National Forest, just minutes from Oxford in neighboring Marshall County. Get your hiking boots on, turn to page 5 and welcome Michelle McAnally to Oxford Town. (July 22, 2010, Page 5)

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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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            Oxford Blues Festival kicks off Friday

            OXFORD TOWN – The public is invited to venture out onto the Square and enjoy the Mississippi blues with your family and friends July 16-18 at Oxford’s first Blues Festival. Page 8 of this week’s Oxford Town has a schedule, photos and other details about the festival that will be held at several great venues around town, concluding on Sunday at Foxfire Ranch in Marshall County. (July 15, 2010, Page 8)

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              Farmers’ Markets busy this weekend

              OXFORD TOWN – The Taylor Farmers’ Market and Mid-Town Farmers’ Markets are busy this weekend featuring tons of produce, great folk music and a Pie Baking Contest where winners can walk away with a nice chunk of change. Donovan and Conar McCain are set to entertain in the Plein Air neighborhood this Saturday and the Mid-Town Market digs in for it’s annual Pie Baking contest. Check this week’s Oxford Town for all of your local market information. (July 15, 2010, Page 9)

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                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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                  Lohan is an island: Sound and fury in L.A.

                  LIES AND OTHER TRUTHS – This week, Dees gets thrown in the drunk tank in L.A. How he got there and what led to his arrest aren’t important. What’s important is the fact that he’s sharing a cell with Lindsay Lohan (a huge William Faulkner fan) and the embattled CEO of British Petroleum, Tony Hayward. Read about this unlikely trio and what may be the strangest and funniest conversation ever in this week’s issue of Oxford Town. (July 8, 2010, Page 6)

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                    Nashville’s quirky pop ‘milkmaid’ Crystal Thomas to open for Bohlke

                    OXFORD TOWN – Get set to play dress up and chill out with indie pop artist Crystal Thomas as she opens for Sanders Bohlke on Wednesday, July 14, at Proud Larry’s. This week’s Oxford Town (Page 9) has information about the quirky pop musician from Nashville who’ll hook you with her cuteness. (July 8, 2010)

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