Southern Experience

Reflections: Going To See The Guy Who Started It All

Enjoy our "Reflections" post -- one of many vignettes and stories featuring memories of days gone by. This installment is from Chico Harris. If you would...

Dylan Lewis Opens Up About His Now Viral Article From The NY Times

An in-depth discussion with Dylan Lewis, the Ole Miss student whose story touched so many people's hearts. You might have read his article in...

The True Meaning Of Decoration Day

Most today probably have never heard of it...   The first official Decoration Day was May 30, 1868. What was it? It was a day to...

‘Make Every Day Count’ By Shane Brown

I pulled down to the cabin tonight after dropping my kids back off with their Mom and dark hasn't shadowed Tula yet. The driveway...

Ole Miss Alumni Review: Behind The Seams

Alumna Styles The Stars In Couture  This story was reprinted with permission of the Ole Miss Alumni Review. Meeting an A-list actress for a wardrobe fitting, contacting top...

John Cofield’s Oxford And Ole Miss: Oxford Creamery Co.

Today, across Jackson from the Visit Oxford building is Funky's. Before Funky's there may have been some business ventures that didn't make it, but...

Homeward Bound Brings Therapeutic Service For Oxford Dogs Like Never Before

Eight years ago Kellie Owens brought Homeward Bound to Oxford, offering services for your families best friend like never before. Homeward Bound offers an abundance...

Exciting Alterations Business Opens in Oxford on University Ave.

Julie Coleman recently has opened Design Gallery at 1603 University Avenue. The business can address all of your alterations needs plus a number of...

Ole Miss Musings: The One and Only Billy Shears

The summer of 1967 (I cannot believe it's been 50 years) was a transitional one in so many ways....especially music! The Beatles would release...

Reflections: Yocona Legend

Enjoy our "Reflections" post -- one of many vignettes and stories featuring memories of days gone by. This installment is from Bettye H. Galloway as...