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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

3 years ago by Alyssa Schnugg.

Children proud of their artwork at Willie Price annual art show

Bennett Worthy and his pal Bryce Kirk were excited to show off their masterpieces Tuesday during the Willie Price Annual Art Gallery Event. The two ... Read more

3 years ago by Alyssa Schnugg.

Oxford Photographer Milly West – Bridging the Gap

Oxford photographer Milly West has made a career out of capturing images of everyday life in unique ways. A graduate of the University of Mississippi ... Read more

3 years ago by Anna Guizerix.

OHS Student Khyan Freelon wins National Gold Key Award

Khyan Freelon, a junior at Oxford High School, made his mark on the art world last week, when he won a Scholastic Art & Writing ... Read more

3 years ago by Anna Guizerix.

Yoga class tailored for performers offered at Ole Miss

Performing live on a stage can be stressful for even the most accomplished musician, actor or public speaker. Students at the University of Mississippi now ... Read more

3 years ago by Alyssa Schnugg.

Shattered Silk: Anne Strand revives antique quilts in new exhibition

Southside Art Gallery’s latest exhibit by mixed media artist Anne Strand highlights the intricacies of quilting as an artform. The collection, titled “Shattered Silk,” is ... Read more

3 years ago by Anna Guizerix.

Dance of the Fire: Angela King’s handmade glass beads

Local artist Angela King, known for her handmade glass beads, is busy preparing for this spring’s upcoming arts markets and festivals. King, 21, learned how ... Read more

3 years ago by Anna Guizerix.

Community Supported Arts program allow for investment in ideas

Folks who love art and want to support local artists can now become part of the creative arts process by purchasing a share through the ... Read more

3 years ago by Alyssa Schnugg.

Cantrell’s new novel, ‘Perennials’, set in Oxford, New Albany

Mississippi author Julie Cantrell’s new novel, “Perennials,” is a novel about unexpected lessons of hope and healing. Cantrell, a New York Times and USA Today ... Read more

3 years ago by Anna Guizerix.

My morning with the FBI

Twenty-five years had drifted by since R. J. Reynolds Tobacco hired me to cut it loose from tobacco. Then the damn phone rings. “This is ... Read more

3 years ago by Oxford Eagle Contributors.

Schoolhouse Rock: Roxford University provides lessons in rock ‘n’ roll to Oxford kids

By Allen Brewer It’s the week after Christmas, and all throughout Oxford, not a schoolyard is stirring, not even at Roxford. From now until Jan. ... Read more

3 years ago by Donica Phifer.

My best wartime Christmas

  By Terry Haller   It wasn’t a good time for Christmas. The world was at war, and there was nothing but gloom in the ... Read more

3 years ago by Oxford Eagle Contributors.

Pruning in the Park

By Anna Haller   Early one morning, several years ago, I was walking my dogs through Avent Park and spotted a worker with a power ... Read more

3 years ago by Oxford Eagle Contributors.

Finding child-like happiness again at Christmas

By Steve Stricker Although I have always loved the true meaning of Christmas with Christ’s birth, many years have passed since I felt that child-like ... Read more

3 years ago by Oxford Eagle Contributors.

Lafayette County’s historical country stores

By John Arrechea Let’s turn the Lafayette County calendar back to when you could buy two store bought candles for one penny and repair an inner ... Read more

3 years ago by Oxford Eagle Contributors.

Charter school debate: ‘Better’ or ‘just different?’

By Kayleigh Skinner Mississippi Today INDIANOLA — “Flexibility” was the word of the night Wednesday as educators, advocates and a legislator sparred over the issue ... Read more

3 years ago by Oxford Eagle Contributors.

Ancient myths can find a place in modern gardens

By Gary Bachman Celebrating Thanksgiving with family and friends got me thinking about traditions and beliefs, some popular in the distant past but gone by ... Read more

3 years ago by Oxford Eagle Contributors.

Gone but never forgotten

By Judy Davis My dear sweet mother died on November 8, 2017. It was a Wednesday (church day). There was a full moon on the ... Read more

3 years ago by Oxford Eagle Contributors.

University of Mississippi Medical Center to name medical education building in honor of Gov. Phil Bryant

Staff Report University of Mississippi The University of Mississippi has announced the naming of the medical education building at its Medical Center campus in Jackson ... Read more

3 years ago by University of Mississippi.

Choose Telstar dianthus for winter, spring color

Even though the air is still warm in many parts of Mississippi, it’s time to plant annual winter color. Last week, I wrote about pansies ... Read more

3 years ago by Oxford Eagle Contributors.

Mississippi photographer Maude Schuyler Clay brings new series of work to Southside Gallery in Oxford

By Suanne Strider Special to the EAGLE The name Maude Schuyler Clay has become synonymous with the landscape of the Mississippi Delta, and also with ... Read more

3 years ago by Oxford Eagle Contributors.

Back road adventures in our backyard

By Brenda West When fall colors begin to appear on the trees and the sun shines brightly on a crisp morning, do you ever have ... Read more

3 years ago by Oxford Eagle Contributors.

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