Business

Clear Creek Produce has flourished quickly

By Reid Posey news@oxfordeagle.com Long before starting Clear Creek Produce, Matt Britt showed an inclination towards farming. On ...

Business

King’s creates quality food ‘off the beaten path’

By Reid Posey news@oxfordeagle.com Before opening their new restaurant, King’s, owners Corby King, Adam Mathews and Wylie Coleman ...

Business

Tallahatchie Gourmet has a location on the Square

By Reid Posey news@oxfordeagle.com Tallahatchie Gourmet has come a long way since opening its doors some 15 years ...

Food

John Currence dedicated to ‘spirit’ of Oxford

Oxford captured the heart and imagination of chef and restaurateur John Currence 25 years ago and he has ...

Food

John and Lauren Stokes introduce Oxford to a Mediterranean-style restaurant, Tarasque

French folklore tells of a beast called the Tarasque, which was tamed by Saint Martha, the patron saint ...

Food

Applebee’s closed in Oxford

Applebee’s on Jackson Avenue has closed its doors permanently. DineEquity, the restaurant’s parent company (which also owns IHOP), ...

Food

Summer food safety: tips for parents and children

By Patty Hudek Lafayette County  Extension Service Are you planning a summer picnic or get together outside? Taking ...

Food

Oxford School District will raise lunch prices next school year

The price for lunch in the Oxford School District will be raised at the beginning of the next ...

Food

New restaurants abound in Oxford and the Square

With spring in bloom, new restaurants have been popping up around the Square, as well. A new fine ...

Business

Oxford Community Market to open Tuesday

By Alyssa Schnugg alyssa.schnugg@oxfordeagle.com The Oxford Community Market will begin it’s first full season a free-standing nonprofit farmer’s ...

Events

Chef John Currence’s ‘Light in April’ event in Oxford features renowned chefs

For the second year in a row, chef John Currence has organized a fundraiser weekend that looks to ...

Business

Rooster’s Blues House in Oxford open after ABC dispute

By Madison Hyatt Oxford Stories After a yearlong dispute with the Alcohol Beverage Control, which resulted in the ...

Food

Cultures intersect in the Mississippi Delta with the Chows in Clarksdale

By Sherry Lucas Oxford Magazine Gilroy and Sally Chow are among the 30-plus Chinese and Asian American chefs ...

Food

Eating On the Move: Healthy Pack-N-Go Snacks and Meals

By Patty Hudek Are you looking for ways to incorporate healthy meals and snacks into your busy schedule? ...

Food

How to eat healthy during the holidays with no time to spare

The holidays are once again upon us, and this can mean grabbing food on the go and maybe ...

Food

Alternate Thanksgiving dinners offer options

In less than 48 hours, homes across the country will be filled with wonderful smells of Thanksgiving dinner ...

Food

Jam Jam fundraiser is tonight at Powerhouse

Sustainable Oxford, an organization that has been in town for the past two years, is offering a fundraiser ...

Food

Ole Miss Market Days brings fresh food to campus this fall

Fresh produce and other local goods will be available for purchase during Ole Miss Market Days, a series ...

Food

Sno Biz has been serving tasty treats since the ‘90s

Life in the Mississippi Delta in the 1960s and ‘70s was a “fantastic” experience for John Sherman, 60, ...

Business

The Graduate offering weekend breakfast buffet

If you’re looking for a new weekend breakfast spot, the Graduate Hotel in Oxford is now offering a ...

Food

Oxford restaurants get on board SPORK

By Reid Posey news@oxfordeagle.com One of the trademark features of Oxford is its renowned restaurant scene, and now, ...

Food

UM restaurant, catering are going green

By Edwin Smith University of Mississippi A restaurant and a catering service at the University of Mississippi are ...

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