Clark Jewelry Brings a Wholesale Perspective to the Oxford Marketplace

Steve Clark has made quite a name for himself in the jewelry industry for years and still is. His wholesale approach to selling jewelry...

Taste of the Game: Adults-Only Vortex Serves Up Best Burgers In Atlanta

If you need a break from the whirlwind and are looking for a place that is pure fun with no B.S. policy (you can...
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Coopwood: And The Beat Goes On

“How in the world did this museum end up here in Cleveland of all places,” asked my good friend Derek St. Holmes as we...

Adams: Ken Dryden is Great Example on Always Looking to Grow

The day before he was the analyst for ABC TV in the Miracle on Ice game, Ken Dryden went from Lake Placid, New York...

Heaton: Tragedy Brings Out the True Nature of People

You may have read my story of 9/11 and the “voice.”  It touched many people, but there is much to be said about the...

Even GOP Master Strategist Karl Rove Can’t Predict Clear, Easy Future

During a quiet dinner here at a usually packed downtown restaurant rendered nearly vacant by spring break, I had an opportunity to break bread...

How a Visit to the Magnolia State Can Inspire You

This past weekend, my three children and I visited my native state of Mississippi for a family reunion. While walking around the Square in...

Coopwood: Remembering Bill Minor

On March 28, veteran Mississippi journalist, Bill Minor died. He was 93 years old. For those unfamiliar with Mr. Minor, he wrote columns and articles...

John Cofield’s Oxford and Ole Miss: That Special Hometown Feeling

I believe that every citizen of Oxford, who appreciates that special hometown feeling that only we know, should climb the steps at 160 Courthouse...

John Cofield’s Oxford and Ole Miss: Welty, Faulkner and the Real Gold

Eudora Welty presented William Faulkner with the Gold Medal for Fiction from the National Institute of Arts and Letters on May 24, 1962 in...