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August 29, 2012

 
In our culture, we like comparing things.
We see it in everything, especially in entertainment. There is remake after remake, and while some are improvements, others tend to take away from the true quality, the true art that its original once owned. We like to better things that never needed any betterment in the first place. 

 
In our culture, we like comparing things.
We see it in everything, especially in entertainment. There is remake after remake, and while some are improvements, others tend to take away from the true quality, the true art that its original once owned. We like to better things that never needed any betterment in the first place.

August 28, 2012

“The Season: Ole Miss Football,” a weekly online and television coaches’ show, returns for its second season and will premiere on Thursday on OleMissSports.com’s RebelVision and will also be shown on CSS, Fox Sports South, Cox Cable and other cable networks through Mississippi and the Southeast regions on Thursdays and Fridays during the season.

 
“The Season: Ole Miss Football,” a weekly online and television coaches’ show, returns for its second season and will premiere on Thursday on OleMissSports.com’s RebelVision and will also be shown on CSS, Fox Sports South, Cox Cable and other cable networks through Mississippi and the Southeast regions on Thursdays and Fridays during the season.
 

April 25, 2012

Rooster Blues is a self-described, Hattiesburg-based brother-duo that hails from the birthplace of rock ’n roll. These Jimi Hendrix acolytes have been laying down their blend of blues, funk, jazz and good old-fashioned rock ‘n roll into an electrifying live show since 2003. Since then, they’ve recorded three albums and picked up a bluegrass flavor to their style.

Rooster Blues (10 a.m.)

April 4, 2012

As grocery stores fill their produce sections with goods from around the world, local farmers work to fill Oxford homes with local and natural goods.

 

As grocery stores fill their produce sections with goods from around the world, local farmers work to fill Oxford homes with local and natural goods.

“The tomatoes that you buy at a Kroger or Walmart are shipped from countries as far as Chile,” said Daniel Doyle, the co-manager of the Yokna Bottoms Farm and volunteer of Gaining Ground organization. “They may look fresh, but they’re nearly plastic with the chemicals implanted in them. But here we grow all of our tomatoes naturally with care.”

February 22, 2012

Moon Taxi is no stranger to Oxford, and the band is coming back with its first appearance at The Lyric on Feb. 23.

 

Moon Taxi is no stranger to Oxford, and the band is coming back with its first appearance at The Lyric on Feb. 23.

“(Mississippi) is such a great state to play in,” guitarist and vocalist Trevor Terndrup said. “Oxford’s one of our second homes. There’s a lot of history in Mississippi. There’s still a lot of appreciation for (rock music).”

February 22, 2012

“Viktor & I,” a documentary about famous Austrian psychologist and Holocaust survivor Viktor Frankl and his logotherapy theory, will be shown Wednesday in the Brevard Hall Auditorium at 5:30 p.m.  

 

“Viktor & I,” a documentary about famous Austrian psychologist and Holocaust survivor Viktor Frankl and his logotherapy theory, will be shown Wednesday in the Brevard Hall Auditorium at 5:30 p.m.  

Alexander Vesely, a grandson of Viktor Frankl and a Vienna-based filmmaker, along with the film’s executive producer Mary Cimiluca, will be there to showcase the documentary and also answer questions.  

November 14, 2011

Will you be watching the Oscars? Angela Rogalki will be. 

 

Amidst a week of turmoil, controversies, upsets and political decisions made, it’s nice to know that there are bright spots to talk about in this world of ours. 

October 26, 2011

After freeing two men who were wrongly convicted of murder, a group started by the University of Mississippi Law School has now hit the big screen.

 

After freeing two men who were wrongly convicted of murder, a group started by the University of Mississippi Law School has now hit the big screen.

The Overby Center for Southern Journalism and Politics held a screening of the documentary film “Mississippi Innocence” from the Mississippi Innocence Project Tuesday evening.  

The film focused on how MIP freed Kennedy Brewer and Levon Brooks of Noxubee County in 2008, both of whom were wrongly convicted of murder.

September 21, 2011

 

Mixed among the usual traditions of the first home SEC football game of the season lies a little artistic gem of local culture right around the corner from Vaught-Hemingway.

This weekend, Theatre Oxford is hosting the annual Ten-Minute Play Festival at the Powerhouse on University Avenue.

April 13, 2011

Ole Miss alum and Ripley native Amanda Pannell recently received an Emmy for a public service campaign advocating the adoption of homeless animals, a campaign she led for a news station in Memphis.

Ole Miss alum and Ripley native Amanda Pannell recently received an Emmy for a public service campaign advocating the adoption of homeless animals, a campaign she led for a news station in Memphis.

Pannell said that her time at Ole Miss helped pave the way for her success.

“It was the journalism program at Ole Miss that made me decide to go to school there,” Pannell said. “The fact that they had a nightly live newscast is what sold me, and there is no doubt in my mind that it is what got me the job that I have now.”

February 21, 2011

Viewers are in for a treat with the new independent comedy “S&M Lawn Care,” a comedic film dives into the world of lawn care where anything can happen.

Viewers are in for a treat with the new independent comedy “S&M Lawn Care,” a comedic film dives into the world of lawn care where anything can happen.

According to director Mark Potts, the film is not meant to take place in reality.  

“It is a unique world the film takes place in, one in which lawn care is warfare and odd sayings and characters are the normal people,” Potts said.

February 7, 2011

An Oxford tradition that has grown from an audience of 12 to more than 200, the Thacker Mountain Radio Show began its Spring 2011 season Feb. 3.

An Oxford tradition that has grown from an audience of 12 to more than 200, the Thacker Mountain Radio Show began its Spring 2011 season Feb. 3.

As a freshman at Ole Miss, I had not heard of the live radio show before beginning school. Intrigued by the word “free,” I made my way to the Square on Thursday afternoon. Seats were already filling as I walked into Off Square Books at 5 p.m., an hour before the season opener of Thacker Mountain.

October 28, 2010

In usual scenarios, a band would get signed by a label, and then put out an album. This album would be released to the public, the band would make a profit, and hopefully rise to great success. 

 

In usual scenarios, a band would get signed by a label, and then put out an album. This album would be released to the public, the band would make a profit, and hopefully rise to great success. 

 

October 19, 2010

On October 1, 2010, “The Social Network” opened in theaters. It caused quite a buzz and pulled in $23 million in just three days. 

 

On October 1, 2010, “The Social Network” opened in theaters. It caused quite a buzz and pulled in $23 million in just three days. 

 

October 14, 2010

Irish alt-pop band, Hoarsebox, will play Thursday night at Taylor Grocery. The band, which has been in Oxford on and off for the past year, is currently recording their debut album at Sweet Tea Studios with producer Dennis Herring.

 

Irish alt-pop band, Hoarsebox, will play Thursday night at Taylor Grocery. The band, which has been in Oxford on and off for the past year, is currently recording their debut album at Sweet Tea Studios with producer Dennis Herring.

 

April 27, 2010

At the end of any great TV series, the producer puts together an episode of the best clips from all the previous episodes. I always thought it would be cool to bring that concept to newspapers. So sit back, relax and enjoy the Best of “That,” ... whatever that was.

 

April 26, 2010

 

BLACK KEYS, “Brothers,” May 18