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Review: OMS Presents the Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon

Review: OMS Presents the Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon

Myeisha Madkins, Photography Editor November 14, 2016

The Oxford Middle School production of “The Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon *not your Disney fairy tales” is truly not your every day Disney fairy tale. This production, a comedy by Don Zolidis under...

“Doctor Strange” provides visual splendor, stale plot

Carter Diggs, Entertainment Editor November 7, 2016

The first Marvel film released since “Civil War”, “Doctor Strange” had some big shoes to fill.  But, with the “Sherlock” lead Benedict Cumberbatch heading the film and the promise of some...

“Rocky Horror” screening brings Time Warp to Oxford

Livvy Cohen, Staff Writer November 4, 2016

Rice, toast, confetti, glitter, and music. Such a strange combination of things, but all played an important part in the late-night showing of “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” at the Powerhouse on Halloween...

What OHS students never leave home without

Myeisha Madkins, Photography Editor October 20, 2016

Shaun Fleming of Diane Coffee will perform an exciting show at Proud Larry's this Friday. Students can attend for $10 for a fun start to the weekend.

Diane Coffee brings funk to Oxford

Livvy Cohen, Staff Writer October 19, 2016

Diane Coffee, alias for Shaun Fleming, is serving some energizing tunes on Friday at Proud Larry’s on the Square. Students can attend the show to hear a diverse sound of soul and funk. “I’ve heard...

One Night Stand Art Show enjoys 10th anniversary

One Night Stand Art Show enjoys 10th anniversary

Madeline Henderson, Staff Writer October 19, 2016

Last Saturday, Oxford’s store Amelia and the Yoknapatawpha Arts council hosted the Motel Art Show at the Ole Miss Motel on University Avenue. This annual show was begun in 2007 and nicknamed The One...

Weird Things in Our Charger Backpacks

Myeisha Madkins, Photography Editor October 18, 2016

Column: No Tim Burton, diversity doesn't need a reason

Column: No Tim Burton, diversity doesn’t need a reason

Carter Diggs, Entertainment Editor October 11, 2016

I remember sitting down somewhere along the Square with a friend one day, discussing books we liked to read.  Eventually the Heroes of Olympus books by Rick Riordan came up, including the most recent...

Judah and the Lion plays electric show

Judah and the Lion plays electric show

Madeline Henderson, Staff Writer October 6, 2016

The multifarious music of the Nashville based band, Judah and the Lion, came to The Lyric on Thursday, Sept. 22. Lonely Biscuits, an indie band consisting of Grady Wenrich, Sam Gidley, and Nick Byrd,...

Bon Iver strays from norm with new album

Bon Iver strays from norm with new album

Livvy Cohen, Staff Writer October 3, 2016

After five years of anticipation, the wait for a new album from Bon Iver is finally over with the release of “22, A Million.” When the album was released on Sept. 30th, an entirely new aesthetic was...

“Kubo and the Two Strings” a delightful and charming animated feature

Carter Diggs, Entertainment Editor September 9, 2016

"If you must blink, do it now." Let me be very transparent about this: when it comes to movies and shows, I am heavily biased towards animation. Movies like this are perfect examples of why that bias...

Schwab's

Schwab’s “This Savage Song” a monstrously good read

Carter Diggs, Entertainment Editor September 8, 2016

Sometimes an overnight success is nine years in the making.  Author Victoria Schwab found that out when her new novel This Savage Song hit the top spot on the New York Times Bestseller List upon its release....

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