Business

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 ...

Lifestyle

Dogs can provide love, laughter and more

By Judy Davis A friend gave to me a sign for Christmas that states, “Dogs Welcome; People Tolerated.” ...

Lifestyle

Oxford High School senior Bhakti Patel making her photography dream a reality

In summer 2015, Bhakti Patel was bored. But once her mother bought her a camera, that all changed. ...

Columnists

L.Q.C. Lamar elected back to Congress in 1873

With the Congressional elections this past week, I thought I would pass along some historical data on Lamar’s ...

Columnists

Campus housing a problem for the university post WWII

By Jack Mayfield Sense of Place Each year when the University of Mississippi opens up for the fall ...

Lifestyle

The Southern Foodways Alliance’s annual symposium remains one of Oxford’s premier culinary events.

For nearly 20 years, the Southern Foodways Alliance Symposium has brought the best of southern food culture to ...

Lifestyle

Another lost building — Oxford-Lafayette County Jail

By Jack Mayfield jlmayfield@dixie-net.com The very imposing Oxford-Lafayette County Jail was lost to a wrecking ball on the ...

Lifestyle Features

The landshark — the unofficial Ole Miss mascot

What’s is the landshark and how did it come to Ole Miss? Back in 2006, University of Mississippi ...

Columnists

Dr. P.W. Rowland and the ‘frog story’ a local favorite

Back in 1936, Dr. Peter Whitman Rowland, a local drug store owner and University of Mississippi School of ...

Columnists

The Vagabond Professor

By Jack Mayfield Last week, I wrote about an early professor, Edward C. Boynton, who came to the ...

Lifestyle

Fringe Festival has some unique events

The 3rd annual Art-er Limit Fringe Festival begins today and runs through the weekend. The Fringe Festival brings ...

Lifestyle

Skate park hits 10 year milestone

By Allen Brewer news@oxfordeagle.com Summer is ending, but reluctant students can still enjoy some fun at the Oxford ...

Columnists

Having a second look at Scotland, Amsterdam

By Joanne Wilkinson Mark and I spent the first five years of our married life living in Aberdeen, ...

Lifestyle Features

Native American artifacts on display at Ole Miss

By Christine Steube University of Mississippi Artifacts dating back to the 1400s offer a glimpse into the life ...

Lifestyle

Join world’s largest swim lesson

BY CHRISTINA STEUBE University of Mississippi If you haven’t been a part of something that created a world ...

Columnists

Lamar as orator begins

Recently, I took a group of visitors to Oxford on a tour of the Lamar House Museum. When ...

Lifestyle

Lamar and Grant’s unexpected first meeting

By Jack Mayfield This week I want to give you a little historical look at the chance first ...

Lifestyle

Vinyl records are back, but are they here to stay this time?

Even though we are long past the days of Napster and LimeWire, music is a part of the ...

Lifestyle

‘Views’ is Drake’s inevitable bow from hip-hop music

By Taylor Shelley news@oxfordeagle.com With “Views,” we’re introduced to a 29-year-old Drake, who is cleverly conscious of his ...

Columnists

Faulkner comments on abilities

With the annual Faulkner Conference coming in July, I thought some comments William Faulkner made in one of ...

Lifestyle

Connections maybe saved UM from torches

There are three men, two professors and a former chancellor, who — each in their own way — ...

Columnists

Heritage Foundation to hold annual drive

This year the Oxford-Lafayette County Heritage Foundation is celebrating its 20th anniversary. The Foundation is dedicated to the ...

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