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Swig for the Wig Bar Crawl is For a Good Cause

Swig for the Wig Bar Crawl is For a Good Cause

Wouldn’t it be great to drink on the Square for the benefit of a non-profit? Rutledge Foundation’s Swig for the Wig bar crawl this Saturday is the way to go for those who want to sin a little and help the greater good, too. This bar crawl, Swig for the Wig, is the first for […]

April 17, 2015 with 0 Comments
Oxford Bakeries Abound with Tasty Treats and Sweets

Oxford Bakeries Abound with Tasty Treats and Sweets

When looking for a custom cake or just a sweet bite to eat, Oxford has many locally owned options for a treat. From fun snacks for kids to fresh baked breads at your beck and call, local bakery owners are working hard to provide Oxford with fresh and customizable options for all your confectionary needs. […]

April 17, 2015 with 0 Comments
City Grocery Ranks No. 55 in National List Spanning 101 Restaurants

City Grocery Ranks No. 55 in National List Spanning 101 Restaurants

Oxford just keeps getting in national media for good eats! The Food and Drink section of the MSN.com ranked 101 best restaurants in America for 2015 and the City Grocery in Oxford came in at No. 55. According to the article, the City Grocery is “the best of both worlds” created by Chef John Currence. […]

April 16, 2015 with 0 Comments
Oxford City Market Preparing for Opening of 2015 Season

Oxford City Market Preparing for Opening of 2015 Season

The Oxford City Market is gearing up for it’s spring season which begins this Tuesday at 3 p.m. for their first market of 2015. The market’s mission, according to director Betsey Chapman is “to build business opportunities for local producers of artisan foods, enrich the social fabric of Oxford so people can learn how to […]

April 16, 2015 with 0 Comments
On Cooking Southern: Get’cher Grits On, Bubbas, Jordan Spieth is in Town

On Cooking Southern: Get’cher Grits On, Bubbas, Jordan Spieth is in Town

SOUTHERNISM OF THE WEEK Not the freshest egg in the basket: An expression referring obliquely to a person’s age, or more specifically, implying that said person is no longer in the bloom of youth and ought to stop behaving like Madonna. Don’t know about y’all, but The Old Bride just spent the weekend glued to […]

April 15, 2015 with 0 Comments
The Daily Meal Ranks Oxford Among Best College Towns for Dining

The Daily Meal Ranks Oxford Among Best College Towns for Dining

The Daily Meal, a website on all things food and drink, ranked 20 best college towns for food. Oxford is, unsurprisingly, named in the national website’s list! The website ranked Oxford No. 8, behind Boulder, Colorado and Burlington, Vermont that is ranked No. 1 on the list. Nikkitha Bakshani, editor, wrote this of Oxford:…

April 15, 2015 with 2 Comments
Food for Thought: April Freshness by Lydia Bolen

Food for Thought: April Freshness by Lydia Bolen

I love the phrase, “April showers bring May flowers.” March 20 is the official start of Spring, but by April we all looking forward to marking the end of cold weather and the beginning of new life. Anticipation is in the air as we watch the unfolding beauty around us. Bring some springtime and sunshine into […]

April 13, 2015 with 0 Comments
J. Olive Brings Healthy Eating Back to the Kitchen

J. Olive Brings Healthy Eating Back to the Kitchen

J. Olive, a new fine olive oil and balsamic vinegar shop on the Oxford Square, will hold its grand opening next weekend. A lot of the extra virgin olive oils are all imported from the Northern Hemisphere right now, and J. Olive has oils from Portugal, Spain and California along with fused and infused flavored […]

April 10, 2015 with 0 Comments
5 Reasons We Should All Drink More Lemon Water

5 Reasons We Should All Drink More Lemon Water

Lemon is a popular fruit that can be used in various beneficial ways. It is an inexpensive citrus fruit that is commonly used in tea, cocktails, water and even some soft drinks. Why not use lemons more often since they are full of rich vitamins and minerals? Lemons are known for being low in calories, low […]

April 9, 2015 with 0 Comments
On Cooking Southern: Trumpets Sound for Passover, Orthodox Easter

On Cooking Southern: Trumpets Sound for Passover, Orthodox Easter

SOUTHERNISM OF THE WEEK Resting in peace in the marble orchard: Somebody’s been laid to rest in the cemetery…called by the Moravians “God’s Acre,” whose choirs of tombstones they scrub to a brilliant white shine on Easter Saturday. LAMB, SPRING SIDES, AND MATZO BALL SOUP COVER ALL THE BASES Catholic and Protestant Easter…

April 8, 2015 with 0 Comments
Steak ‘n Shake, Raising Cane’s to Open in Ole Miss Pavilion for New Dining Options

Steak ‘n Shake, Raising Cane’s to Open in Ole Miss Pavilion for New Dining Options

Ole Miss Dining/Aramark is proud to announce that Steak ‘n Shake and Raising Cane’s will be coming to the University of Mississippi campus. The new restaurants will be part of the Pavilion at Ole Miss set to open in January of 2016. The new locations will reside inside the North entrance of the pavilion. The […]

April 8, 2015 with 1 Comment
McDonald’s On University to Reopen April 30

McDonald’s On University to Reopen April 30

Tim Lacy, General Contractor and Superintendent for Hudson Company, says that McDonald’s on University Avenue should be up and running by April 30.  He had initially planned to have it done two weeks ago, but the weather hasn’t permitted him and his team from finishing the project during the winter. “We are just doing…

April 7, 2015 with 0 Comments