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Double Decker Arts Festival canceled for 2021 due to COVID-19

For a second straight year, the Double Decker Arts Festival will not take place. The decision was announced by Visit Oxford on Tuesday, following the ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Jake Thompson.

Supermarket Sweep: Regents School of Oxford holds fundraiser to benefit Interfaith Compassion Ministries

Trey Tatum scouted Larson’s CashSaver on Friday, but when running around the grocery store on Saturday, he still felt a little bit of panic. For ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Jake Thompson.

Oxford Community Market asks City for help in increased rent

The organizers of Oxford Community Market are getting help from the City of Oxford to help with financial relief due to an increase in rent ... Read more

1 month ago by Jake Thompson.

Oxford Film Festival announces plans for 2021

Coming off a year where the Oxford Film Festival pivoted to a virtual format due to the COVID-19 pandemic, organizers are planning to offer a ... Read more

1 month ago by Jake Thompson.

2021 Double Decker Arts Festival status in limbo

The Double Decker Arts Festival did not happen in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and the status for the 2021 event is currently unknown. ... Read more

1 month ago by Jake Thompson.

Oxford’s Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Celebrations go socially distant in 2021

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day will look different than in years past, but the LOU Community is still finding ways to honor the memory of ... Read more

2 months ago by Anna Guizerix.

YEAR IN REVIEW: October – December 2020

Editor’s Note: This is the final installment of our four-part series, taking a look back at some of the most notable stories of 2020. The ... Read more

2 months ago by Jake Thompson.

Shining Bright: Oxford-Lafayette County Tour of Lights Underway

Looking for a family-friendly and COVID-19 safe Christmas activity? The self-guided Oxford and Lafayette County Tour of Lights, sponsored by the Oxford-Lafayette County Chamber of ... Read more

2 months ago by Carrie Stambaugh.

2020 Oxford Christmas Parade canceled

The Christmas spirit in Oxford has taken a hit. Oxford’s annual Christmas Parade was canceled on Thursday in a joint announcement by the City of ... Read more

3 months ago by Jake Thompson.

A Night to Shine going virtual in 2021

A pandemic may put a damper on next year’s Night to Shine event; the annual prom will still go on, but have a much different ... Read more

3 months ago by Jake Thompson.

Think Green This Black Friday: Landscaping Camp tickets on sale now

Visit Oxford wants members of the LOU Community to “Think Green This Black Friday,” and the entire holiday season, by giving your green-thumbed loved ones ... Read more

3 months ago by Carrie Stambaugh.

Holly Jolly Holidays Coming to the Square

This holiday season, locals and visitors will have the opportunity to get in the spirit with ice skating in front of City Hall on the ... Read more

3 months ago by Staff Report.

Doors of Hope kicks off Wreaths of Hope fundraiser

A 28-year-old single mother had the world at her fingertips. Four weeks later, she and her three children are sleeping on her friend’s couch. Unexpected ... Read more

4 months ago by Staff Report.

Tailgate for Palmer re-imagined for fifth-annual event due to pandemic

Tailgating in person may not be allowed in 2020, but that is not deterring supporters of the Palmer Home for Children. The Tailgate for Palmer ... Read more

4 months ago by Jake Thompson.

City of Oxford to turn on Canopy of Lights a week early

The City of Oxford is getting into the holiday spirit a little earlier in 2020. During a video posted on the city’s official Facebook page, ... Read more

4 months ago by Jake Thompson.

Where he comes from: Rick Bragg to participate in virtual Square Books reading

Author Rick Bragg, whose work many will recognize from the pages of Southern Living Magazine and Garden & Gun, will be taking part in a ... Read more

4 months ago by Anna Guizerix.

Oxford Christmas Parade will happen — with some changes

Oxford is still planning to celebrate Christmas in 2020, but the annual Christmas Parade is going to look a little different due to COVID-19. The ... Read more

4 months ago by Jake Thompson.

Halloween events taking place in the LOU beginning this weekend

Despite COVID-19 putting a pause on many traditional holiday events and activities, Halloween in Oxford is still set to go on as scheduled – with ... Read more

4 months ago by Jake Thompson.

Oxford Artists’ Guild returns with outdoor exhibition

Oxford Artists’ Guild makes a long-awaited return this weekend with their “Fall Into Art” show, which will take place at the Old Armory Pavilion located ... Read more

5 months ago by Davis Coen.

PRCA Rodeo event this weekend

By Jeremy Weldon Some of the top bull riders and rodeo performers in the South have registered to compete this weekend, Oct. 2 and 3, ... Read more

5 months ago by Staff Report.

Theatre Oxford announces October show

Theatre Oxford is getting back onstage next month and earlier this week, announced which show will be performed. In celebration of the 100th anniversary of ... Read more

5 months ago by Jake Thompson.

Area venues hosting Ole Miss watch parties due to limited capacity at stadiums

With limited crowd capacities at college football stadiums this fall due to COVID-19, venues around Oxford are offering a safe alternative to still catch the ... Read more

5 months ago by Jake Thompson.

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