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3 Places To Grab Dessert On The Oxford MS Square

Posted by on Feb 16, 2013 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Are you getting tired of fried catfish, sweet potato fries, and pulled pork sandwiches? Of course not, but this article is sure to get your taste buds roaring for something sweet while you’re on the square. Holly’s Sweet Tooth Even businessmen can’t resist stepping out of their law offices and insurance agencies for a trip to Holli’s. You’ll see them wrangling for control of the candy bins along with Oxford Middle School students and Phi Mus. As you see with Waldo up above, there is a diverse assortment of sugary delicacies...

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Feed Moncrief by The King Cobraz

Posted by on Jan 10, 2013 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

I thought this would only be appropriate after the Compass Bowl win over Pitt!

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First Presbyterian Church in Oxford, MS Historical Video

Posted by on Jul 27, 2012 in Videos | 1 comment

I stumbled across this video that gives a 175 year historical account of the First Presbyterian Church in Oxford.  It is one of the oldest churches in the town and I thought it deserved a spot on the blog!

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Best Seven and Most Affordable Restaurants in Oxford Mississippi

Posted by on Nov 15, 2011 in Restaurants & Bars | 2 comments

I wanted to do a sort of rank and review of what I believe are the most affordable and top ranked restaurants in Oxford. I love everything from fried food to Indian cuisine and have eaten at just about every restaurant in Oxford, Mississippi. If you have a favorite, please chime in! If you have a suggestion of what to order at any of these restaurants….please chime in!! 7. Ajax Ajax has always been a local favorite. When you are looking for good country cookin’, Ajax is the way to go. My personal favorite dish their is their...

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Great Ole Miss Gameday Video Done By Scott Burton Photography

Posted by on Sep 14, 2011 in Oxford MS Square | 0 comments

Game day in Oxford Mississippi from scottburtonphotography on...

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William Faulkner’s Niece Passes Away

Posted by on Jul 28, 2011 in Faulkner | 0 comments

Dean Faulkner Wells, the last surviving immediate family member of William Faulkner passed away on Wednesday in Oxford, Mississippi. She had stroke complications according to one source. Mrs. Wells was 75 years old and in March had just published her autobiography titled “Every Day By The Sun: A Memoir of the Faulkner’s of Mississippi”. The book is about her memories of Oxford and growing up as a Faulkner. St. Peter’s Cemetery will be putting on a grave side service on Friday, July 29th. Rest in Peace Dean Faulkner...

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Former Mayor Howorth Joins TVA As Board Member

Posted by on Jul 26, 2011 in Oxford | 0 comments

On July 13th, Former Mayor of Oxford, Mississippi, Richard Howorth was sworn in to serve a 5 year spot as a Tennessee Valley Authority board member. For those of you not familiar with TVA – they are a U.S. government owned corporation that covers over 80,000 square miles of land in 6 states with a population of over 9 million people. Howorth is no stranger to this sort of thing. As mayor, he served as chairman of the Oxford Electric Department. He also serves as director and officer of the NMIDA or North Mississippi Industrial...

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University of Mississippi Museum Profile

Posted by on May 8, 2011 in Ole Miss, Oxford, Videos | 0 comments

Profile video of the University Museums at the University of Mississippi. Produced by UM Media and Documentary Projects for the SEC Academic...

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Oxford Art Crawl tomorrow night

Posted by on Mar 22, 2011 in Oxford | 0 comments

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New Oxford American Issue Features Barry Hannah Tribute

Posted by on Mar 9, 2011 in Oxford | 0 comments

From Press Release…LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (March 9, 2011) — The Oxford American includes a tribute to the acclaimed Mississippi writer Barry Hannah in its new issue, which is available now at bookstores and newsstands nationwide. “Some of us who revere the writing of Barry Hannah had the good fortune to know, or at least encounter, him before he died on March 1, 2010,” said Marc Smirnoff, editor of The Oxford American. “Surreally, Barry could be just as fiercely eloquent and meaningful in person as he could be on...

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