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Friday, August 22, 2014

Oxford Square

Double Decker: A celebration, an aberration

Senior Staff Writer Lucy Schultze takes a look at the annual Double Decker Arts Festival and all it has to offer, particularly in bringing visitors to the community, and adds that we need to also invite this weekend’s visitors to return for the “other” special Oxford that exists on non-festival and non-game day weekends. (April 23, 2014, Page 4)

Letters to the Editor

Jim Pryor writes to make a case about using public funds to support historic properties, and urges continued support for places such as the L.Q.C. Lamar House and Burns-Belfry. (June 25, 2013, Page 4)

Choir spans gap

What began as a creative way to raise money for the restoration of the Burns Belfry has spun off an exercise in community building as an ad-hoc choir representing several local churches has been rehearsing for its part in The Worship Experience event set for Friday at the Ford Center. (April 19, 2010, Page 1A)

Double Decker: Outside, inside and moving on

Senior Staff Writer Lucy Schultze takes a look back at the changes in her approach to the popular Double Decker Arts Festival in Oxford. (April 16, 2010, Page 4A)

Blind Pig restaurant reopens

It’s been six months since the Blind Pig restaurant and bar closed its doors on the Square, but fans of the local establishment now have a place to return with its current venue in the Thompson House on North Lamar. (April 12, 2010, Page 6A)

City cracking down on mobile vendors

Although the city has zero transient vendor permits on file, concern for the future has new rules proposed to cut down on requests. A public hearing on proposed changes to transient vendor rules was held Tuesday, and is scheduled to be voted on April 20. (April 9, 2010, Page 1A)

Letters to the Editor

Jason T. Plunk writes to commend the Oxford Police Department horseback unit for its recent work around the Square, Lena L. Ward and Ellawee Ivy suggest that Gov. Haley Barbour pay for a lawsuit against the Health Care bill, and Randy Yates writes that we should consider naming some of our local streets after local authors. (March 31, 2010, Page 2)

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