Tuesday, January 26, 2021

Arts & Entertainment

Holiday Events Going on Now in Oxford

Plenty of good, holiday fun continues this week with events happening around Oxford and Lafayette County that provide safe ways to celebrate the season.

Thacker Mountain Radio Hour Wraps Fall Season

The Thacker Mountain Radio Hour wrapped its fall season last week, its first without in-person audiences at Off Square Books.

Coloring Books, Teddy Bears to be Given Out at Drive-Thru Event

The Justice Family Chapter of Mississippi and its leader Tracey Williams will be giving away teddy bears/stuffed animal along with coloring books and other goodies from 1 to 3 p.m. on Dec. 19 at the Ulysses “Coach” Howell Activity Center.

Oxford Artist Awarded Project Bid for South Lamar, Belk Boulevards

Oxford artist Earl Dismuke, with Dismuke Design and Creative, will be creating a new piece of art that will be located in the roundabout at South Lamar and Belk boulevards.

Shop Local Today, Visit With Santa and Enjoy the Oxford Square

The Annual Christmas Open House, presented by J.E. Neilson's and the Oxford Square Alliance, is happening today on the Square.

Holiday Market to Showcase Oxford’s Black Businesses, Owners

The upcoming Women of Worth and Excellence Holiday Showcase Market offers an opportunity for Black businesses in and around Oxford to showcase their wares to the public.

Lee Ingram Named Creative in Residence for Arts Incubator Pilot Program

The Yoknapatawpha Arts Council announced Friday its 2021 Creative in Residence for its Arts Incubator pilot program is Lee Ingram.

Plenty of Fun, Safe Holiday Events Happening in Oxford

People need a little holiday joy more than ever this year and the city of Oxford has several events planned to celebrate safely.

Culture at Crosstown: A Fresh Perspective at Lucy J’s Bakery

By Julia JamesJournalism student hottytoddynews@gmail.com Editor's note: This is the first of a five-part series dedicated to the Crosstown Concourse, located in the Crosstown neighborhood...

Annual Holiday Village at the Ford Center Slated for December

The Annual Holiday Village at the Gertrude Ford Center quickly became an Oxford favorite Christmas tradition when it began 11 years ago and despite the COVID-19 pandemic, it will continue this December, albeit with a few changes.
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