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Oxford Film Festival reveals week four lineup of virtual fest

The Oxford Film Festival continues its transition of the 2020 edition to the virtual world this week. Beginning on Friday, the fourth week of the ... Read more

3 months ago by Jake Thompson.

Taste of Oxford set to hit milestone in 13th year

The 13th year is anticipated to be a lucky one for the St. Jude Taste of Oxford fundraising event. Oxford’s annual food and cocktail party, ... Read more

6 months ago by Jake Thompson.

Year in Review: January-March

Editor’s Note: This is the first of our four-part series, taking a look back at some of the most notable stories of 2019. The last ... Read more

8 months ago by Jake Thompson.

Oxford Film Festival holding October screenings

The Oxford Film Festival announced a pair of screenings this month, with one taking place on Halloween and the other in partnership with the upcoming ... Read more

10 months ago by Jake Thompson.

Current events highlight fourth annual Conference on the Front Porch

On Thursday and Friday, Taylor and the Plein Air community hosted the fourth annual Conference on the Front Porch, highlighting the importance of the front ... Read more

11 months ago by Jake Thompson.

Ole Miss to host two day art symposium featuring William Dunlap

Ole Miss will host two-day poetry-reading and art symposium next week. The symposium is in conjunction with Meditations on the Landscape in Art and Literature ... Read more

1 year ago by Jake Thompson.

Lafayette County Airbnbs brings in second most income among counties in 2018

When it comes to openness, Lafayette County can brag that it’s one of the most hospitable counties across the entire state. According to Airbnb, a ... Read more

2 years ago by Chris Kwiecinski.

COMMENTARY: From a big city kid, it’s hard to beat Oxford’s holiday beauty

Let me preface this by asking you to understand: I have high standards for the holidays, imparted in me by my family. For those who ... Read more

2 years ago by Chris Kwiecinski.

Where to find Santa Claus in Oxford this weekend

Santa Claus is certainly busy during the holiday season, however there are still opportunities to get a photo with him for that holiday family card. ... Read more

2 years ago by Chris Kwiecinski.

Holiday House to allow residents to tour historic homes and combat homelessness

The Holiday House Tour will open its doors Saturday, and give Oxford residents an opportunity to gaze at some of the city’s most decorated holiday ... Read more

2 years ago by Chris Kwiecinski.

Beyond Face Value: Glennray Tutor’s “Portals”

Glennray Tutor is one of the top 50 hyper-realist painters in the world, and that achievement didn’t happen by chance. Tutor has spent his life ... Read more

2 years ago by Anna Guizerix.

Still Wrestling: Les Ferguson Jr. on the path to healing

Les Ferguson Jr. describes himself as a “broken guy,” as broken as anyone else. The reason for that brokenness, and his pathway to redemption, is ... Read more

2 years ago by Anna Guizerix.

Everybody in Harlem knows Satan: The story of Adam Gussow and Sterling Magee

What do a harmonica-playing, three-time Ivy League graduate, suburban New Yorker and a guitar-shredding, philosophizing, anti-establishment Mississippi transplant have in common? The easy answer would ... Read more

2 years ago by Anna Guizerix.

True Southern Crime: Ace Atkins and Tibbehah County

Local writer Ace Atkins is readying himself for the launch of “The Sinners,” the eighth book in his bestselling Quinn Colson series. Set in the ... Read more

2 years ago by Anna Guizerix.

Catfish Dreams: new book details Ed Scott’s place in history

Ed Scott, Jr. was the child of a Mississippi Delta farmer, a World War II veteran who fought alongside General Patton, a Civil Rights activist ... Read more

2 years ago by Anna Guizerix.

Adornments By Daws: an undergrad’s foray into fashion

Dawson Buettner, a rising senior at Ole Miss, is making her mark in repurposed designer fashion. After seeing her friends wearing jewelry with vintage fixtures ... Read more

2 years ago by Anna Guizerix.

Chihuly glasswork worth trip to Biltmore

By Joanne Wilkinson If you are looking to take a short break away between now and October, if you enjoy touring grand homes, and if ... Read more

2 years ago by Oxford Eagle Contributors.

Creative Fellowship: Combining Art and Life

The Yoknapatawpha Arts Council will host a special exhibition of artwork from its Creative Fellowship artists from July 5 through 28. The collection will be ... Read more

2 years ago by Anna Guizerix.

Murder and Mayhem – author Kristina Stancil’s fascination with crime

At an age when most little girls around her were hosting tea parties for their Barbie Dolls, Kristina Stancil was doing book reports on serial ... Read more

2 years ago by Anna Guizerix.

“Cups Up” – George Malvaney’s path to redemption

Jackson native George Malvaney has rubbed elbows with both career politicians and convicted murderers in his lifetime. In his new tell-all book, “Cups Up,” Malvaney ... Read more

2 years ago by Anna Guizerix.

Shake ‘Em On Down – the Godfather of Hill Country Blues

The North Mississippi hill country is peppered with the legacies of legendary blues artists. Local filmmaker Joe York and host of Highway 61 Radio and ... Read more

2 years ago by Anna Guizerix.

New sculptures join Yokna Sculpture Trail

Seven new sculptures have joined the Yokna Sculpture Trail, a rotating exhibit of 18 large-scale sculptures by local, regional and national artists. This collaboration between ... Read more

2 years ago by Alyssa Schnugg.

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