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A year after falling from a roof, Running Santa is back in Oxford

Oxford’s “Running Santa” is back after falling off a roof one year ago last week. Bret Beauchamp has donned a Santa suit for his daily ... Read more

2 years ago by Donica Phifer.

Art Talk: Board and Brush allows for relaxing, fun day of creating

By Andi Bedsworth A few months ago, a creative studio business opened in Oxford, and I am super excited they are here. I kept noticing ... Read more

2 years ago by Oxford Eagle Contributors.

Christmas and art combine at local events

By Andi Bedsworth Get ready for a busy weekend as galleries and groups are throwing parties, receptions and fundraisers galore to kick off the Christmas ... Read more

3 years ago by Oxford Eagle Contributors.

Ole Miss community called to donate to Books and Bears

By Edwin B. Smith University of Mississippi ‘Tis the season to be good and not naughty. It’s time to add a little “ho-ho-ho!” to your ... Read more

3 years ago by University of Mississippi.

University of Mississippi Museum, Ford Center host weekend of holiday festivities

By Christina Steube University of Mississippi The Gertrude C. Ford Center for the Performing Arts and the University of Mississippi Museum have a weekend of ... Read more

3 years ago by University of Mississippi.

One Night Stand returns to the Ole Miss Motel

By Andi Bedsworth As with all communities, Oxford has certain traditions during the fall season. On top of football tailgating in the Grove, the pumpkin ... Read more

3 years ago by Staff Report.

Inside Oxford’s September Art Crawl

By Jacqueline Knirnschild Special to the EAGLE If you happened to have missed out on the eclectic mix of art that participants explored via the ... Read more

3 years ago by Oxford Eagle Contributors.

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

3 years ago by Oxford Eagle Contributors.

Russian Folk Instrument Orchestra concert rescheduled at the Ford Center in Oxford

The  Gertrude C. Ford Center for the Performing Arts has announced the rescheduling of the Oct. 3 concert featuring the Russian Folk Instrument Orchestra. In ... Read more

3 years ago by Donica Phifer.

Arts and crafts shows happening this weekend in Oxford

By Andi Bedsworth As the days get shorter, many people start thinking of autumn and all the festivities that go with it. In celebration of ... Read more

3 years ago by Oxford Eagle Contributors.

Band of Horses rides into Oxford

Editor’s Note: This article appeared in the October 2017 edition of Oxford Magazine. For over a decade now, the Charleston, South Carolina-based indie folk group ... Read more

3 years ago by Andy Belt.

Oxford Film Festival displays ‘Crimes of the Heart’

By Melanie Addington Oxford Film Festival will be screening Crimes of the Heart on Saturday at Locals at 309 North Lamar Blvd. from 6—8 p.m. All are ... Read more

3 years ago by Oxford Eagle Contributors.

Water Valley Art Crawl

By Andi Bedsworth Fall is just about here, and that means it is time to go into Water Valley for their 9th Annual Water Valley ... Read more

3 years ago by Oxford Eagle Contributors.

‘A Toast to Faulkner’ event to be held Monday on the Square

Oxford’s Nobel Laureate William Faulkner will be honored with jazz and cake on the occasion of his 120th birthday, Monday at 7 p.m at the ... Read more

3 years ago by Oxford Eagle Contributors.

Archaeology Field School led by Ole Miss professor Maureen Meyers gains national attention

By Christina Steube University of Mississippi OXFORD, Miss. — University of Mississippi students participated this summer in a four-week field school excavating the remains of a ... Read more

3 years ago by University of Mississippi.

“Tax-Free Weekend” at Square Books in Oxford

To coincide with the Mississippi Second Amendment Tax-Free Weekend Holiday for guns, archery equipment and ammunition, Square Books is removing taxes from their books to ... Read more

3 years ago by Andy Belt.

Fiber arts included in Fringe Festival

By Andi Bedsworth As I covered last week, the Art-er Limits Fringe Festival starts today offering performances, activities, arts and culture all weekend. Since the ... Read more

3 years ago by Oxford Eagle Contributors.

Thacker Mountain Radio receives MAC grant

The Thacker Mountain Radio Hour of Oxford has been awarded a $17,400 grant from the Mississippi Arts Commission. This grant is a portion of the ... Read more

3 years ago by Staff Report.

Ebenezer Goodman kicks off Untapped Series tonight

A Pretty Good Show will host the first concert of the Untapped Series with the group Ebenezer Goodman tonight at 8 p.m. in The Small ... Read more

3 years ago by Staff Report.

Author Ace Atkins to debut new crime novel at Square Books on Tuesday in Oxford

Bank robberies, outlaws and murder are at the center of a new crime novel by Oxonian and New York Times bestselling author Ace Atkins. On ... Read more

3 years ago by Andy Belt.

What makes art, Art?

By Andi Bedsworth Art is a word that is often coupled with other words. Arts and Crafts, Performing Arts, Visual Arts, Temporal Arts, Spatial Arts, ... Read more

3 years ago by Oxford Eagle Contributors.

North Light Gallery an art destination in Oxford

By Andi Bedsworth North Light Gallery has become an active player on the local arts scene here in Oxford, and has featured artists in numerous ... Read more

3 years ago by Oxford Eagle Contributors.

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