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JUMP SAM JUMP: How a life-altering decision allowed Sam Kendricks to conquer the world

Editor’s Note: This was the cover story for the 2020 edition of the Profile Magazine Every child growing up has that one dream; aspirations to ... Read more

1 day ago by Jake Thompson.

JA invites kids to a Square Safari

By Hayden Wiggs The Junior Auxiliary of Oxford is hosting its second annual Safari Around the Oxford Square this summer from Friday, June 4, to ... Read more

1 month ago by Staff Report.

Oxford Food Trail

It is no secret that Oxford is on the map for the richness of its food scene that includes award winning restaurants, celebrated chefs and a diversity of food than ... Read more

2 months ago by Rebecca Alexander.

GIVING BACK: Lafayette sixth grader donates soda can tabs to Ronald McDonald House

Lane Theobald has always done things for others, and this holiday season is no different. Theobald, 12, learned about Lily Baker, a first-grader at Lafayette ... Read more

8 months ago by Jake Thompson.

Weekend kicks off “FinsUp Fanfare” at Lafayette County Arena

By Davis Coen Saturday morning begins SEC Football.  We all have missed it, but what goes along with football in the South is tailgating. Arguably ... Read more

10 months ago by Staff Report.

Musically adjusting to the times: A Q & A with Damein Wash

By Davis Coen | special to the Oxford Eagle Very few Oxford musicians work as hard at their craft as Damein Wash.  The devoted singer, ... Read more

10 months ago by WordPress.com VIP.

Chef John Currence releases a tailgating cookbook

By Davis Coen Beloved local Chef John Currence released his third book last week, a cookbook titled “Tailgreat: How to Crush It at Tailgating,” in ... Read more

11 months ago by Staff Report.

Mississippi Aquarium

Mississippi Aquarium in Gulfport to open this weekend

Gulfport – Fifteen years after Katrina, the Mississippi Aquarium will open Aug. 29 in downtown Gulfport as a project to revitalize the area. “There are ... Read more

11 months ago by Staff Report.

Lee Ingram honoring late brother and helping others through music

Over the years Lee Ingram has chosen to learn about who his brother, Ben, was and the struggles he was dealing with that led to ... Read more

1 year ago by Jake Thompson.

Plain Food, Well Seasoned – Rick Bragg’s tale of food and family

Pulitzer Prize-winning author Rick Bragg is tackling what he calls the best part of the South in his latest book, “The Best Cook in the ... Read more

3 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

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.

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.

Community Garden provides space, food, friendships

When Elizabeth O’Donnell and her family moved back to Oxford in August 2016, the house she moved into has many large trees, which provides beauty ... Read more

3 years ago by Alyssa Schnugg.

Acoustic concert series provides intimate musical experience

    Hosted in the small hall on the second floor of an office building on the downtown Square, the aptly named Small Hall Concert ... Read more

3 years ago by Alyssa Schnugg.

Winter water aerobics helps keep people active year-round

As Neil Diamond’s “Sweet Caroline” plays in the background, some of the Leisure Lifestyles of Oxford water aerobics participants sing along quietly, several timing their ... Read more

3 years ago by Alyssa Schnugg.

Southern Foodways Alliance hosts Cocktail Party at BBB

Pop Up Oxford’s festivities continued last night with the Southern Foodways Alliance Cocktail Book Party at Big Bad Breakfast. The party featured recipes from the ... Read more

4 years ago by Anna Guizerix.

Oxford Film Festival to host special screening of Sundance hit Walking Out

The Oxford Film Festival will be showing Walking Out by Alex & Andrew Smith October 9th at Malco Oxford Commons, 206 Commonwealth Blvd, at 7 ... Read more

4 years ago by Oxford Eagle Contributors.

And The Echo headed to The Grove

The synth-pop band And The Echo don’t sound like any other group in Oxford. And the duo, composed of Winn McElroy and singer Morgan Pennington, ... Read more

4 years ago by Andy Belt.

Yokna Bottoms Farm – Nourishing mind, body, soul

Each month, Mississippi Sustainable Agricultural Network will highlight one of the many hard-working producers here in Mississippi making a difference in their communities by committing ... Read more

4 years ago by Oxford Eagle Contributors.

Ole Miss grad Merle Temple hopeful novel will be made into TV series

It’s been nearly 50 years since author Merle Temple graduated from Ole Miss, but it has never stopped inspiring him. His four novels, making up ... Read more

4 years ago by Andy Belt.

Hotworx is latest innovative workout studio in Oxford

By Tricia Williams Oxford Stories Brittany Bane has become a regular at Hotworx since the innovative workout business opened in February off the Oxford Square, ... Read more

4 years ago by Staff Report.

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