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LETTER FROM

THE EDITOR

Publisher Ed Meek

Editor

Tad Wilkes

Associate Editor Justin Taylor

Staff Writers

Jared Senseman, Adam Brown, Hillary Houston

Creative Director Chelsea Williams

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Welcome to our second issue of Experience

Oxford, your handy guide to the Oxford and Ole Miss community, published by HottyToddy.com. We barely have room to scratch the surface here in this portable print publication, so I encourage you to visit our website HottyToddy.com regularly to stay up to speed on what’s of interest in and around Oxford.

As Faulkner observed, it’s nearly impossible to

exhaust the interesting possibilities of our “little postage stamp of native soil.” No, Experience Oxford is not As I Lay Dying. But we hope you’ll use this guide as a starting point for exploring the seen and unseen qualities of Oxford, the tangible and the indescribable. Hotty Toddy! Tad Wilkes, Editor

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6 Currence Brings Community to the Table with Lamar Lounge

12 The “Hotty Toddy” Cheer: Its History and Significance

16 Ford Center Knows When to

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21 Roast of the Town: Emileigh’s Meaty Makeover

24 Abner’s Famous Chicken

Tenders Restaurants Celebrate 20th Anniversary

28 In The End Zone: Larry Wells remembers the ‘92 Egg Bowl

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32 Community Calendar 38 Local Sites

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Entertainment, Shopping & Living

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Currence Takes Over On A Mission

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With six home games in October and November, Ole Miss and Oxford are transformed into a Hotty Toddy community. Fans from across the nation pack the stadium, while thousands more remain in the Grove. This “here come the Rebels” photo is by University Communications.

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CURRENCE BRINGS COMMUNITY TO THE TABLE WITH LAMAR LOUNGE

Lamar Lounge Mach II expands food offerings—with a mission By Michael Harrelson Oxford restaurateur John Currence long ago mastered the recipe for running successful restaurants. Any other foodservice entrepreneur with a restaurant portfolio that included the likes of City Grocery, Bouré, Snackbar and Big Bad Breakfast might be content with doing nothing else but replicating the proprietor/customer formula that has allowed him to prosper and helped to turn the city into a sophisticated restaurant destination. Yet with his newest Lamar Lounge acquisition — ­ branded around the popular and ubiquitous phenom-

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enon of Southern barbecue with a capital B — Currence is now bringing the community of Oxford, Ole Miss and Lafayette County to the table as well. Restaurant number five came about serendipitously, Currence says, after the former owner of Lamar Lounge approached him for assistance in running the popular though still fledgling bar and restaurant concept. “I could see immediately that Lamar Lounge was the perfect venture for giving back to the community directly,” Currence says. One big asset it had going for it was the customers who

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came in droves and adopted the North Lamar getaway as their favorite hangout after the venue opened last fall. “It is an important segment that we did not reach at Bouré, City Grocery, Big Bad Breakfast or Snackbar,” Currence says. The makeup of the clientele — young, college-age individuals and families with children — and the relatively quick, bar-food footprint of the concept were attractive to Currence for another reason as well.

Giving Back As a supporter of a local advocacy group Good Food for Oxford Schools, he saw immediately the marketing potential of operating Lamar Lounge as a not-for-profit to address food issues and the crying need for better nutrition at local schools — thus bringing the community and the entire state into the value equation with every meal served. “We are the fattest state in the Union,” Currence says. “We want to help propel Mississippi forward in the eyes of the country. I can’t sit idly by on the sidelines while we are being laughed at without picking up the mantle.” The profit margin from sales — say $2 on a $6 sandwich item — will go to designated local organizations such as Good Food for Oxford Schools and other food and nutrition groups working to eliminate fried foods from school lunch programs, promote physical education and introduce fresh local vegetables to school lunch menus. “We are giving back by not taking from,” Currence says. The barbecue will be the chef ’s own unique take on the southern delicacy that varies markedly, from the

simple East Carolina version to Memphis style barbecue with its cole slaw accompaniment and beyond, to the whole different animal of Texas barbecue. “The thing that is interesting is that when you talk about barbecue and regional variations, you can identify the different geographical differences, but try to define Mississippi barbecue, and there is no identity to it. I don’t feel beholden to any location,” Currence says. “My idea is to create the Frankenstein of barbecue, cobbling together the best of each variation that appeals to us.” To do that, the Lamar Lounge’s barbecue will be prepared with a dry rub that Currence recently introduced. And other distinctions will include the use of chili sauce instead of ketchup that Currence says references Mississippi and Memphis traditions at the same time.

Old and New Patrons who were happy with the Lamar Lounge the way it was before will be glad to know Currence has kept items such as the Lamar Burger. Among the additions customers will see are a couple of new plate lunches and a weekly special. “The menu needed a little variety to it,” Currence says. While Currence says the news of Lamar Lounge changing hands left some people scratching their heads, others overjoyed and still others wondering what the angle was, he is confident that patrons will be pleased with the result. “Once folks see what is happening, they will see that it is something they can get behind,” he says. Located at 1309 North Lamar, Lamar Lounge is open Mon-Sat, 11:00 a.m. until late. www.hottytoddy.com

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The Hotty Toddy Cheer: Its History and Significance

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By Seph Anderson Ole Miss and “Hotty Toddy” — there just can’t be one without the other. It’s one of many strong, proud traditions in the SEC. While Rebel fans

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shout it anytime they get the chance, fans from other schools often wonder what the saying and chant even mean. It’s actually a very good question, so

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let’s dig a little deeper into the mythical Hotty Toddy.

The Origins of “Hotty Toddy” While it’s a great question, there’s no definitive answer. The mystery is part of what makes it so unique. One suggested origin story is that it was developed by a Virginia Tech Regimantal Band called the  Highty  Tighties, which derived “Heighty Tighty” from a cheer used throughout World War II. Others associate Hotty Toddy with the description of a warm alcoholic drink. Actually, as an official Ole Miss reference, the first documented evidence of the phrase (then written as “Heighty! Tighty!”) appeared in a November 19, 1926 copy of the student newspaper,  The Mississippian. In the newspaper that day, the following words appeared: Heighty! Tighty! Gosh A Mighty! Who in the h–l are we? Rim! Ram!  Flim! Flam! Ole Miss, by D–m Ever since the first print appearance in 1926, the Ole Miss cheer has been passed down from generation to generation of Rebels fans. Today, only the spelling is different than it was in 1926. Most importantly, it’s the answer to “Are You Ready?”.  

What’s It Mean Anyway? Outside of being part of the answer to the question “Are You Ready?”, Hotty Toddy is also a way one Ole Miss fan greets another. It’s no different than an Alabama fan saying “Roll Tide” or a Texas A&M fan shouting “Gig’ em Aggies”. ESPN’s  Doug Ward wrote,

“Hotty Toddy has no real meaning, but it means everything in Oxford. For students, fans and alumni, it is a greeting, cheer and secret handshake all rolled into one. Hotty Toddy is the spirit of Ole Miss.” He’s spot on, as the cheer embodies the spirit of the school. While it’s commonplace to hear Hotty Toddy in the Grove and at Ole Miss games, what’s special to Rebel fans is how much further the saying extends past athletics. It only takes seeing an Ole Miss logo or design on a shirt, hat, etc., for a fellow Rebel to proudly say, Hotty Toddy. In return, the other person proclaims a warm Hotty Toddy. Some of the random places I’ve received an unsolicited Hotty Toddy include Walt Disney World, Augusta National at the Masters, New York City, the Las Vegas Strip, and even a Target in Auburn, Alabama of all places.

Are You Ready? Sorry, Tiger fans, it’s true. From Roll Tide, to War Eagle, to Hotty Toddy, it’s the seemingly small things that come together as a whole to make the SEC a tradition-rich conference. If you really want to hear the answer to “Are You Ready?” in its full glory, be in the stands at  VaughtHemingway Stadium in Oxford five minutes before kickoff. Every home game, immediately before kickoff, a truly “secret” celebrity guest appears on the  jumbotron to hype up the crowd and ask, “Are You Ready?” Just hear it from the stands once, and you’ll know the words forever. Hotty Toddy!

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Photo by Kevin Bain / Ole Miss Communications

Ford Center Knows When to Hold ‘Em October and November bring a variety of entertainment opportunities at the Gertrude C. Ford Center for the Performing Arts at Ole Miss. Not the least of them is a performance by award-winning singer, songwriter, producer, photographer, actor, and author Kenny Rogers. The Gambler himself hits the Ford Center stage October 10 at 7 p.m., drawing from a vast repertoire of hits. October 15 brings the Hungarian State Folk Ensemble. Regarded as one of the greatest folkloric dance ensembles in the world, the group performs the traditional folk music and dance of Hungary and Hungarian-inhabited areas. Showtime is 7 p.m. The Ford Center dials up the heat on November 4 at 7p.m. with a presentation of Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451, one of the most revered novels of the twentieth-century. The production tells the dystopian tale of a bleak future where literature and knowledge are on the edge of extinction.

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An Acoustic Evening with Mary Chapin Carpenter and Shawn Colvin on Stage Together is November 10 at 7 p.m. The two acclaimed songwriters and longtime friends share the stage as an intimate duo, performing material spanning their vast catalogues, as well as some of their favorite songs. On November 13 at 7 p.m., “Letters Home” puts the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq front and center by bringing to life actual letters written by soldiers serving in the Middle East. Mississippi Symphony Orchestra with the University of Mississippi Chorus will perform Giuseppe Verdi’s “Verdi’s Requiem,” one of the monumental choral/orchestral works of the Romantic era, on November 17 at 3 p.m. “Verdi’s Requiem” is set in seven movements: Requiem and Kyrie, Dies Irae, Offertorio, Sanctus, Agnus Dei, Lux aeterna, and Libera me. For more information about these events and to buy tickets, visit www.fordcenter.org.

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI

J e f f C o f fi n a n d t he M u ’ t e t with The Mississippians Jazz Ensemble

Oct. 8 at 7 p.m.

Mary Chapin Carpenter and Shawn Colvin Nov. 10 at 7 p.m.

Dance Alive National Ballet Dec. 15 at 7 p.m.

MORE EVENTS Kenny Rogers Oct. 10 at 7 p.m.

Hungarian State Folk Ensemble Oct. 15 at 7 p.m.

Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury Aquila Theatre Nov. 4 at 7 p.m.

Letters Home Griffin Theatre Nov. 13 at 7 p.m.

Verdi’s Requiem, Mississippi Symphony Orchestra with the University of Mississippi Chorus Nov. 17 at 3 p.m.

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Roast of the Town: Emileigh’s Meaty Makeover By Tad Wilkes Emileigh’s Bakery and Emileigh’s kitchen made a name with housemade cakes, delicious lunches, and much more, but owners John and Linda Fleming believe they can do even better. Their new vision is now open under the name Roasted. “We are taking the restaurant side of what we do, and we are turning it into Roasted Food Company,” explains John Fleming. “Roasted will be a better version of the restaurant than we were before, and we’re going to be heavier on the market side than before, as far as casseroles, chicken salad, pimiento cheese—all kind of quick gourmet items you can grab and go with.” The bakery will still be within the same space, with a bakery case, and customers will order and pick up cakes and pastries there. But the meat of the matter is, well, the meat. “The name ‘Roasted’ is because we’ll have three meats every day: a mojo roasted chicken, jerk roasted pork loin, and a slow-cooked beef brisket,” Fleming explains. “We’ll have six rotating sides every day. What’s special about our meats is they’ll be put in a brine before they are roasted. It is making a huge difference in the taste. The brine locks in the flavors and juices.” Roasted will be open for breakfast and lunch seven days a week for dining, with the market open all day until 7 p.m. The lunch menu will fea-

ture a number of new salads at lunch, including as a no-mayo salad, not previously available in Emileigh’s Kitchen. The layout remains almost the same, but with new furnishings and a refrigerated case to expand the market portion’s offerings. Four or five homemade condiments each day—such as red onion marmalade, sundried tomato jam, and various chutneys—allow guests to customize sandwiches. Roasted/Emileigh’s is at 401 South Lamar Boulevard. For more information contact 662-234-2599 or email at umcaters@aol.com

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Q&A With Abner White

Abner’s celebrates 20th anniversary Throughout 2013, Abner’s Famous Chicken Tenders restaurants — now a Mississippi institution — are celebrating 20 years of providing great food and service to our state. Neil White talked with Owner Abner White to get his perspective at the 20-year mark. When you opened your first store, what kind of space did you have and how did you expand? About 600 square feet and five tables— and eight parking spaces that we shared with a gas station and a liquor store. During the second year of operation, I bought the gas station. A year later, I bought the entire building. So, at the age of 25, I purchased an expensive piece of real estate on the corner of University Avenue and South Lamar. It was scary, but it turned out to be a great move. And it wouldn’t have been possible without the support of a young banker named Ben Bolton. He believed in me when I was just starting out. His ability to assess my business and our potential in Oxford has meant a great deal over the years. You’ve adopted Mississippi as home, but your roots are in Alabama, right? Although I received my degree in Business Administration from Ole Miss in 1992, yes, I was raised in Alabama — where Alabama vs. Auburn was this huge game. What I look forward to is seeing the Egg Bowl determine who goes to Atlanta. My hope is that the Egg Bowl will soon become a more mean-

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ingful game nationally. That will be a good day for Mississippi and the SEC — and I think it’s coming. My wife and her family are also Oxford natives, so that further strengthens the connection that I feel to Mississippi. Any advice for emerging entrepreneurs or young people? It’s never too late to get your act together. I was always in trouble as a youngster. Not sure if it was undiagnosed ADHD, or me just being a knucklehead, but I simply goofed off in high school. But when I got into college, everything changed. I wasn’t going to let myself fall short again. I got focused. I worked hard in school. Eventually, I was named an Academic All-SEC student athlete, and nominated for Academic All-American. School and sports are similar. For some, God-given talent makes it easy, whether in the classroom or on the field. For the rest of us, it takes hard work, attention and focus. Our media always focuses on the superstars. They overlook the kids on every team who quietly work hard, often unnoticed, but who are vital to the team. Even if I was in over my head at times, I knew no one could out-work me. I want young kids today to know that there are opportunities out there for them. And supreme talent isn’t in the requirements. A little talent and a lot of hard work go a long way. Their dreams are achievable.

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In The End Zone: Larry Wells remembers the ‘92 Egg Bowl

Left to right: Larry Wells, Willie Morris, Dean Faulkner Wells, and Adam Shaw.

As with so many of life’s happy decisions we came to the end zone by chance. Throughout the 1970s, my wife Dean and I had season tickets to the Ole Miss home games as well as those in Memphis. Dean had attended the University of Mississippi as an undergraduate and had been a Rebel fan practically from birth. Her father, Dean Swift Faulkner, youngest brother of William Faulkner, had lettered in baseball at the University in the 1930s and had briefly been a football scrub. In those days we sat on the student side of Vaught-Hemingway. They weren’t great seats but we were happy to have them. Archie’s Army was on the march, and in those heady days I assumed that Ole Miss would always be a contender for the conference title. It was during the Sloan era that we became south end zone regulars. Willie Morris had recently moved to Oxford and had begun his brilliant tenure as the University’s journalist-in-

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residence. Ole Miss football had been one of the attractions with which we lured him back from New York. At first our group was small: Willie and Dean and me, occasionally joined by our sons, David Morris and Jon Mallard. Then David Sansing and Ron Borne of the Ole Miss faculty joined us, along with their families. During a Georgia game, Morris was interviewed by both the Bulldog and Rebel radio networks, and the south end zone began to come into its own. In the early ‘80s Barry Hannah moved to Oxford to teach at the University. He and his wife Susan soon became fellow citizens of the end zone. On any given Saturday our number was swelled by movie producers, actors, magazine editors, literary agents and former Rebel players. A colony of writers and artists had sprung up in the end zone. “Where else could this have happened,” Morris asked, “except in a stadium named Hemingway?”

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The day of the State game dawned grey and chill. Fortified by determination and other spirits, our little band of Bums and Rowdies took our places behind the goalposts. We were surrounded by Bulldogs. The aluminum bench seats were like ice. Blankets and cushions were absolute necessities. The game began. As if through a single pair of eyes we watched the score seesaw back and forth. At halftime State held a 10-7 advantage. Then the Rebels came from behind in the third quarter and were leading by a touchdown in the fourth.

The Ultimate Test of Manhood Now came a rare sequence of events which Hannah called “the ultimate test of manhood”−11 offensive plays by the Bulldogs from inside the Rebel 10 yard line. Somehow the Rebels held. Defensive tackle Chad Brown saw the opposing guard pulling and shot through to tackle the ball carrier for a loss. Frosh safety Michael Lowery intercepted a pass by State quarterback Todd Jordan. On the next play, however, the Rebels fumbled it back. Susan Hannah was holding up her Haitian mojo with her eyes closed, repeating a mantra: “Stay out of our end zone, stay out of our end zone.” Her prayers were answered when three passes fell incomplete. State was reeling and we, the south endzoners, were rowdy. I was about to light a Cuban cigar when Dean tugged at my sleeve. A pass interference call had given State a first down at the Rebel one yard line. “Four more tries?” we asked each other in stunned horror. Some of the Bulldog fans actually clucked in sympathy.

The end zone can be both heaven and hell. If one doesn’t feel anything, he is either a humanoid or a saint−and in the south end zone of there was neither.

Holding Strong In his grey overcoat Barry Hannah had the stone-like concentration of Rodin’s “The Thinker.” Having lost her voice Dean could only whisper, “De-fense, de-fense!” For an eternity, State and Ole Miss fans watched a goalline stand that Coach Billy Brewer later declared impossible. Four more times the Rebels held−against two thrusts into the line, a quarterback bootleg alertly sniffed out by strong safety Johnny Dixon and All-SEC linebacker Dwayne Dotson, and then, finally, Greg Plump’s desperation pass which State’s receiver almost caught. Like a priest giving final absolution, Ole Miss quarterback Russ Shows took the last snap, knelt to the turf and it was over. Ole Miss had beaten back the Bulldogs’ valiant onslaught and was Liberty Bowl-bound. Of all the things that matter, birth and death and forgiveness and humility and hope and love, what else could have made us weep and laugh and grasp the hands of strangers in red and blue? We were one tribe, one nation, indivisible, with victory and glad tidings for all. I leaned over the end zone railing and thought, “But isn’t football only a game?” And the walls of VaughtHemingway resounded with the celestial voices of Bruiser Kinard, Tad Smith and Merle Hapes, now scrimmaging with the SEC Immortals under Coach Bear Bryant, speaking to bum and emperor alike: Satisfaction is no game. www.hottytoddy.com

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CALENDAR

OCTOBER October 1 – October 26

Works on Paper/Print Works on Panel by Andrew Blanchard & Paintings by William Dunlap at Southside Gallery

Opening Reception: Recollecting: 1980-2012, Works by Ron Dale 5 p.m. at U of M Museum

October 1 – October 6

Kathleen Kent signs The Outcasts 6 p.m. at Off Square Books

The Laramie Project 7:30 p.m. at Meek Auditorium

October 1

The Tilted World by Tom Franklin & Beth Ann Fennelly & Release of Pickles, Pigs & Whiskey by John Currence 6 p.m. at The Powerhouse

October 2

Lee Bains III & The Glory Fires 8:30 p.m. at Proud Larry’s

October 3

LaffCO Comedy Troupe 9 p.m. at The Powerhouse

October 4

Luella & the Sun 8 p.m. at Proud Larry’s

October 5

Deborah Freedman signs The Story of Fish and Snail 10 a.m. at Off Square Books

October 5 – October 6 The Laramie Project 2 p.m. at Meek Auditorium

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T.A. Barron signs Atlantis Rising at Off Square Books

Kenny Rogers Concert 7 p.m. at The Ford Center Harvest Supper on the Grounds of Rowan Oak 7 p.m. at Rowan Oak Ticket info: www.musuem.olemiss.edu Rocket 88 feat. Special Guest appearance by George McConnell 8 p.m. at Proud Larry’s

October 11

Artists’ Reception 6:30 p.m. at Southside Gallery Ole Miss Women’s Soccer v. Vanderbilt 7 p.m. at Ole Miss Soccer Stadium Blackberry Smoke with Jacob Stiefel 8 p.m. at The Lyric Kudzu Kings 8 p.m. at Proud Larry’s

October 12

Ole Miss Football v. Texas A&M at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium

Charles Bolton signs William F. Winters and The New Mississippi 3:45 p.m. at The Powerhouse

Dicky Do & the Don’ts 8 p.m. at Proud Larry’s

Mini Masters: Blue Dogs by George Rodrigue, $5/Family 5 p.m. at Off Square Books

Ole Miss Women’s Volleyball v. Auburn

October 13

1:30 p.m. at Gillom Sports Center

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October 15

Adam Gidwitz sings The Grimm Conclusion at Off Square Books

October 16

Yonder Moutain String Band 8 p.m. at The Lyric

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October 22

Mini Masters: Pop Art Food, $5/Family 3:45 p.m. at U of M Museum Art Crawl 7 p.m. at The Powerhouse, Southside Gallery, Meek Hall, U of M Museum & Something Southern

October 24

Alan Gurganus signs Local Souls 6 p.m. at Off Square Books

George Pelecanos signs The Double 6 p.m. at Off Square Books

Marty Party + Ooah’s PANTyRAiD 2013 Pillowtalk Tour 8 p.m. at The Lyric

JJ Grey & Mofro 7 p.m. at The Lyric

October 18

Lisa Patton signs Southern as a Second Language 5 p.m. at Off Square Books

Ole Miss Women’s Volleyball v. Tennessee 7 p.m. at Gillom Sports Center George Porter Jr 8 p.m. at Proud Larry’s Cannon Motor Company presents Al Green with Jackie Wilson Martin 8 p.m. at The Lyric

October 19

Ole Miss Football v. LSU at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium

October 20

Ole Miss Women’s Soccer v. Alabama 1 p.m. at Ole Miss Soccer Stadium Ole Miss Women’s Volleyball v. South Carolina 1 p.m. at Gillom Sports Center

October 21

John Bemelmas Marciano signs Madeline and The Old House in Paris at Off Square Books

October 25

Ole Miss Homecoming Parade 5:30 p.m. Ole Miss Homecoming Pep Rally 6:30 p.m. Square Jam 7 p.m. on the Oxford Square Pavement Band 8 p.m. at Proud Larry’s

October 26

Ole Miss Football v. Idaho at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium

October 29 – November 30

Paintings by Drew Galloway & Paintings/Works on Paper by Carlyle Wolfe at Southside Gallery

October 31

Ole Miss Women’s Soccer v. Mississippi State 7 p.m. at Ole Miss Soccer Stadium www.hottytoddy.com

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NOVEMBER November 1

November 1- November 2

Ole Miss Women’s Volleyball v. Texas A&M 1:30 p.m. at Gillom Sports Center

Off Square Books presents Pat Conroy 7 p.m. at Fulton Chapel Hairspray 7:30 p.m. at The Ford Cente

November 2 - November 3 Hairspray 2 p.m. at The Ford Center

November 6

Jon Agee signs Little Santa at Off Square Books

November 7

Peter Lerangis signs Seven Wonders Book 2: Lost in Babylon 4 p.m. at Off Square Books

November 10

The Gustafer Yellowgold Show 3 p.m. at The Lyric

November 11

Kurt Vile & the Vilators 8 p.m. at Proud Larry’s

November 12

Jonathan Miles signs Want Not and Cookbook Wild Ones 5 p.m. at Off Square Books Mini Masters: Harvest Collages, $5/Family 3:45 p.m. at The Powerhouse

November 14

Artists’ Reception 6:30 p.m. at Southside Gallery

Robert Gordon signs Respect Yourself 11:14 a.m. at Off Square Books

UM Art Dept. & OxFilm Art Auction and Film Night 7 p.m.

Susan Gregg Gilmore signs The Funeral Dress 6 p.m. at Off Square Books

LaffCO Comedy Troupe 9 p.m. at The Powerhouse

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November 9

Ole Miss Football v. Arkansas at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium

November 15

Busy 5:30 p.m. at The Powerhouse

Blues on the Square 5 p.m. at the Oxford Square

Ole Miss Women’s Volleyball v. Georgia 7 p.m. at Gillom Sports Center

George McConnell & the Nonchalants with Rocket 88 8 p.m. at Proud Larry’s

Zoso: The Ultimate Led Zeppelin Experience 8 p.m. at The Lyric

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November 16

Ole Miss Football v. Troy at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium

November 17

Ole Miss Women’s Volleyball v. Kentucky 1:30 p.m. at Gillom Sports Center

November 19

John Pritchard signs Sailing to Alluvium 5 p.m. at Off Square Books

November 20

Easely Entertained 6 p.m. at The Powerhouse

November 21

Jayne Anne Phillips signs Quiet Dell 5 p.m. at Off Square Books The Weeks 8 p.m. at Proud Larry’s Robert Earl Keen 8 p.m. at The Lyric

November 22

Blues on the Square 5 p.m. at the Oxford Square Dicky Do & the Don’ts 8 p.m. at Proud Larry’s

WEEKLY EVENTS Monday

Trivia Night 8:30 p.m. at The Blind Pig Dj Night 9:30 p.m. at Rooster’s

Tuesday

Oxford City Market 3 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. Open Mic Night 9:30 p.m. at Rooster’s Trivia Night 10 p.m. at Two Stick

Wednesday

Midtown Farmers Market 8 a.m. - 1 p.m. Square Book Jr. Storytime 10 a.m. at Square Books Jr Karaoke & Dj Night 9:30 p.m. at Rooster’s

Thursday

Thacker Mountain Radio 6 p.m. at Off Square Books

Friday

November 23

Library Storytime 10 a.m. at Lafayette County & Oxford Public Library

November 27

Midtown Farmers Market 7 a.m. - 11 a.m.

Ole Miss Football v. Missouri at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium Ole Miss Women’s Volleyball v. LSU 7 p.m. at Gillom Sports Center

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LOCAL SITES

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VAUGHT-HEMINGWAY STADIUM

The home of the Ole Miss Rebels Football team held about 42,000 until 2002, when the south end zone bleachers were replaced with a rounded bowl, luxury boxes, covered club seating, and additional seating for students and season ticket holders.

Photo by Ole Miss Communications

L.Q.C. LAMAR HOUSE Photo by Ole Miss Communications

THE LYCEUM

In 1848, the Lyceum was the first building constructed on the University of Mississippi campus. It serves as both an academic and administrative center. Bullet holes remain in the columns from the riots when James Meredith became the first African-American to enroll at the University of Mississippi.

Symbolizes the life and career of 19thcentury statesman L.Q.C. Lamar. Open Th-Sun 2 p.m.-5 p.m. Located at 616 North 14th St.

SQUARE BOOKS Located on the historic Oxford Square, Square Books is one of the world’s top independent bookstores. An early Fortune’s Ice Cream sign hangs over the entrance with a beautiful balcony perfect for reading.

ROWAN OAK

William Faulkner’s home is open to the public Tues-Sat 10 a.m.–4 p.m. and Sun 1 p.m.–4 p.m. A $5 fee per visitor is charged for house admission. Guided tours are available. Located at 916 Old Taylor Rd.

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AMMADELLE

An 1859 Itallianate villa mansion designed by architect Calvert Vaux located at 637 North Lamar St. Private residence of the Tatum family.

THACKER MOUNTAIN Located South of Oxford off Old Taylor Road, Thacker Mountain is 571-ft above sea level with an abandoned fire tower at the top where one can enjoy the view of Oxford and Lafayette County. Thacker Mountain can be accessed by the Thacker Mountain Trail at the end of Coliseum Dr.

OXFORD CONFERENCE CENTER Over 25,000 sq. ft. of bookable spaces, and can accommodate banquet events for over 650 people located at 102 Ed Perry Blvd.

COLLEGE HILL CHURCH

Built in 1853, the church is surrounded by century old cedar trees, and a cemetery that dates back to the date of construction. The church sanctuary has been maintained essentially original, except for the addition of modern conveniences. The historic church is located just outside Oxford at 339 College Hill Rd.

Photo by Ole Miss Communications

SWAYZE FIELD

Home of the Ole Miss Rebels Baseball team for 25 years, Swayze Field is one of the finest baseball facilities in the Southeastern Conference. The infamous right field student section is known for all-day tailgates with barbecues.

WILLIAM FAULKNER’S GRAVE William Faulkner is buried in St. Peter’s Cemetery located on 16th St, across from St. Andrew’s United Methodist Church. Generally recognized as the greatest writer of fiction during the 20th Century, Faulkner is frequently toasted by visitors with a sip of bourbon at his gravesite. Photo by William Fowler

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI

The University of Mississippi, best known as Ole Miss, is a public, nationally recognized research university, founded in 1848. The main campus is in Oxford with four branches located in Booneville, Grenada, Tupelo, and Southaven as well as the University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson.

THEORA HAMBLETT HOUSE

Theora Hamblett was a self-taught primitive artist best known for her brilliantly colored tree, dream and vision paintings. Her former residence, now a private home, is located at 619 Van Buren Ave.

WALTON-YOUNG HISTORIC HOUSE

The registered Mississippi Landmark was built in 1880 by Horace H. Walton, who owned a hardware store on the Oxford Square. The typical middle class home of the Victorian era is located at the corner of University Ave and 5th St.

ST. PETER’S EPISCOPAL CHURCH

The church was built, following the designs of famed 19th century church architect Richard Upjohn, and organized in 1851. The building is the oldest religious structure in Oxford, having survived the burnings during the Civil War. The church is located on South 9th St just off the Square.

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END OF ALL MUSIC

Stocked with new and used vinyl records, Oxford’s only record store is located at 1423 North Lamar Blvd. Separated into Rock, Blues, Soul/R&B, Gospel, Jazz, Country and a large collection of 45 singles.

CEDAR OAKS

Built in 1859 by William Turner, Cedar Oaks is a Greek revival structure surviving a tumultuous past. Now used as a rental site for civic clubs, receptions, weddings, and tours. The historic home is located at 601 Murray Dr.

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

Founded in 1837 by early settlers of Scottish decent, the First Presbyterian Church was build in 1861. The church has been home to many community leaders and three University Chancellors: Waddel, Fulton and Hume. The church is located on Van Buren Ave just off the Oxford Square.

BLUES ARCHIVES

Located in the J.D. Williams Library, sits the world’s most extensive collection of blues recordings, books, periodicals and photographs. Notable collections are The B.B. King Collection, The Kenneth Goldstein Folklore Collection and The Living Blues Archive Collection. The library is located at 1 Library Loop.

THACKER MOUNTAIN RADIO Oxford’s original live radio show features weekly author readings and a wide array of musical performances from around the area. The free show is taped and broadcasted every Thursday at 6 p.m. at Off Square Books.

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THE LYRIC

1006 Van Buren Ave has enjoyed a long life since its original construction in the 1800’s as a livery stable once owned by William Faulkner’s family. In the 1920s the stable was converted into a theater and in 2007 the restored Lyric began operating as one of Oxford’s performance centers. The Lyric has hosted some 1200 concerts featuring national artists like Bela Fleck, Modest Mouse and STS9.

GERTRUDE C. FORD CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS

Visit the University of Mississippi’s state of the art facility featuring the 88,000 sq. ft. multi-event performance space. The Ford Center seats 1,200 in the main hall and offers dance and ballet studios, conference and office space, and a reception hall. Located at 100 University Ave.

TAYLOR GROCERY AND COMMUNITY

Taylor, as Faulkner put it, is a “postage stamp of native soil” that attracts visitors from around the world looking for Southern food, music, art and the bucolic lifestyle. The town’s centerpiece is Taylor Grocery, where catfish and hushpuppies are menu stables. Located in an old store with walls covered in signatures from visitors, the restaurant is open Th-Sun 5 p.m.-9 p.m.

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THE POWERHOUSE COMMUNITY ARTS CENTER

The Powerhouse Community Arts Center is a vintage 1928 warehouse that once housed the Oxford Electric Company, and now operates as the center for Oxford’s Yoknapatawpha Arts Council. Located at 413 North 14th St, the Powerhouse houses a diverse range of events, classes, workshops and community performance space. The facility is also available as a rental for special events.

STUDIO WHIMZY

Studio Whimzy offers acrylic painting and ceramic workshops for adults and children. Studio Whimzy also hosts painting events where participants complete an entire masterpiece using step-by-step instruction in one session. Located at 807 College Hill Rd.

SOCCER/SOFTBALL COMPLEX

THE CLAY CANVAS

Paint and fire a wide range of ceramics at The Clay Canvas. Located at 1308 University Ave, The Clay Canvas allows kids and adults to paint with individual or group instruction. Call 662-236-9798.

HANK AARON COMPLEX

The Hank Aaron Complex located behind the Oxford Parks Commission’s Activity The soccer and softball complex on McElroy Center on Price St, maintains three baseball Dr provides two softball fields, two soccer/ fields, a batting cage, one pavilion and one football fields, a pavilion and a playground. covered playground.

BIKE AND PEDESTRIAN TRAILS

Oxford has an extensive array of bike and pedestrian trails throughout the community. Maps of trails can be found inside City Hall in the Parks and Recreation Office or on-line at www. oxfordms.net. www.hottytoddy.com

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SARDIS, ENID, AND PUSKUS LAKES

Sardis Lake, located northeast of Oxford, and Enid Lake, located about 40 miles south off I-55, are large flood control lakes maintained by the Corps of Engineers. Puskus Lake is a smaller lake located on Highway 30 West of Oxford.

SOUTHSIDE GALLERY

Southside Gallery sells and shows art on the Oxford Square. New exhibitions are held every month and artists’ receptions are hosted by the gallery. The gallery is open Tue– Sat 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Photo by Ole Miss Communications

LAFAYETTE COUNTY & OXFORD PUBLIC LIBRARY

Oxford’s public library is one of Mississippi’s Regional Libraries offering a wide range of printed and digital resources for adults and children. Located at 401 Bramlett Blvd, and open Mon-Thurs 8 a.m.-10 p.m, Fri & Sat 10 a.m.-5:30 p.m., and Sun 2 p.m.-5 p.m.

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GOLF IN OXFORD

Oxford has three golf courses: The Country Club of Oxford, The Links and The Ole Miss Golf Course. The Country Club of Oxford, an 18 hole course, is located on Hwy 7 South at Grand Oaks while The Links, a nine hole course, is located on Hwy 6 West at the entrance to The Links apartments. Ole Miss operates an 18-hole championship course located at 147 Golf Club Rd.

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AVENT PARK

Located on Park Dr, Avent Park includes walking trails, four lighted tennis courts, a playground for children, and a lighted pavilion.

PATSY LAMAR PARK

Located at the intersection of Country Club and College Hill Roads, Patsy Lamar Park includes almost four miles of walking trails and Lake Patsy, a small lake where fishing is permitted for children and handicapped individuals.

Photo by Oxford Park Commission

OXFORD CITY POOL

Located at 200 Washington Ave, the Oxford City Pool boasts a 50-meter outdoor pool with newly renovated changing rooms, restrooms and shower facilities. The pool is open Mon-Sat 1 p.m.-6 p.m. and Sun 1 p.m.-5 p.m.

OXFORD STUDIO CINEMA

Malco Oxford Studio Cinema is a multi-screen venue at 111 Jackson Ave West, across from the Ole Miss campus. First run movies, group activities and birthday parties are available. For more information call 662-236-4962 or for movie showtimes call 662-236-3000. www.hottytoddy.com

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OXFORD PARK COMMISSION ACTIVITY CENTER

The city of Oxford’s Activity Center located on the corner of Price St and Molly Barr Rd is home to two indoor basketball courts, a gymnastics room and several multipurpose rooms.

FNC PARK

Located on County Rd 100, the park includes 75 acres of state-ofthe-art sports facilities including five soccer fields, eight baseball fields, three softball fields, a BMX track, four concession stands and a trailhead pavilion.

BAILEY’S WOODS TRAILS

Bailey’s Woods Trail links Rowan Oak, William Faulkner’s home, to the University of Mississippi Museum and campus. Stretching approximately 3,000 feet, the trail takes about 20 minutes to walk through. Bikes are not permitted. Stroll through the heavily wooded area as Faulkner once did.

HUMANE SOCIETY DOG PARK

The Oxford-Lafayette County Humane Society operates a facility located on McElroy Dr, just east of the OxfordUniversity Airport. Facilities include a dog park where Oxford residents and visitors are encouraged to exercise their pooches.

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OXFORD SKATE PARK

Completed in 2006, the Oxford Skate Park provides a space for BMX, skateboarding and biker entertainment. The park also has a covered pavilion and playground located on Bramlett Blvd, across from the Oxford-Lafayette Public Library.

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TENNIS COURTS

Tennis courts located at Oxford’s Avent Park, The Activity Center, on the corner of Price St. and Molly Barr Rd, and the University of Mississippi campus.

CLEAR CREEK BIKE TRAILS

The Clear Creek Trail is a 20-minute drive to the Clear Creek boat landing at Sardis Lake. The trail can be ridden as a complete 13-mile loop, a smaller 3-mile beginner loop or an 8-mile beginner/intermediate loop.

LOCAL COLOR

Local Color is the local ‘hippie place’ where one can find a variety of items such as insense, tapestries, tie-dyes and music posters. Stop by and say “Hello” to Willie, Local Color’s owner and resident.

FARMERS’ MARKET

A stationary market offering seasonal local produce, dairy, beef, and pork, house-cured meats and sausages. Located at 274 CR 10, the Farmers’ Market is open Mon-Sat 8 a.m.-6 p.m. and Sun 9 a.m.-4 p.m.

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Photo by Oxford’s City Market THE UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI MUSEUM

The University Museum’s 20,000-plus object collection houses a wide range of ancient to modern treasures. Find Greek and Roman artifacts, scientific instruments, the collections of Seymour Lawrence and Theora Hamblett located at the intersection of University Ave and 5th St. www.hottytoddy.com

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DINING

FINE DINING City Grocery

Southern Cuisine 152 Courthouse Square (662) 232-8080 Reservations Recommended

McAlister’s Deli

Ravine

Salads, Sandwiches & Califonia Style Pizzas 1309 University Ave (662) 513-5303 2305 W Jackson Ave, Ste. 217 (662) 238-2727

Fine Cuisine & Personalized Service 265 N Lamar Blvd (662) 513-4192

Colonels Quarters

Contemporary Southern Restaurant 53 County Road 321 (662) 234-4555

Delta Steakhouse

Raw Oyster Bar & Contemporary Cuisine 721 N Lamar Blvd (662) 236-6363

Fine Dining 120 Castlehill Dr (662) 234-3735

Steaks & Seafood 1007 College Hill Rd (662) 234-0130

La Bella Cena

Seafood, Pastas & Steaks 1518 Jackson Ave (662) 236-6767

La Paz

Tacos & Margarita Bar 208 S Lamar Blvd (662) 234-0025

Lenora’s

Italian Southern Dining 309 N Lamar Blvd, Ste. C (662) 236-1144

McEwen’s

Southern Steakhouse 1110 Van Buren Ave (662) 234-7003

Olivia’s Food Emporium

Southern Comfort Food 809 College Hill Rd (662) 234-4443

Oxford Grillehouse

Seafood & Steaks 114 Courthouse Sq (662) 701-8285

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Snackbar

FAMILY DINING Abner’s

Chicken Tenders & Wraps 430 S Lamar Blvd (662) 232-8659 1927 W Jackson Ave (662) 236-3080

Ezell’s Fish Camp

Fried Fish & Hushpuppies 10 Thacker Heights Dr (662) 238-3561

Beacon Restaurant

Home Cooked Meals 1200 N Lamar Blvd (662) 234-5041

Big Bad Breakfast

Breakfast, Lunch & Smokehouse 719 N Lamar Blvd (662) 236-2666

Mama Jo’s

Plate Lunches & Daily Specials 1503 N Lamar Blvd (662) 513-0235

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Sandwiches, Salads, Potatoes & Desserts 1515 University Ave (662) 234-1363

Newk’s

Oby’s

Cajun Cuisine 1931 University Ave (662) 234-4530

Phillips Grocery

Hamburgers, Chicken, Salads & Desserts 2406 S Lamar Blvd (662) 236-5951

Pizza Den

Spaghetti & Sandwiches 499 Heritage Dr (662) 234-5537

Pizza Hut

1103 W Jackson Ave (662) 236-3333 1506 E University Ave (662) 236-2005

Sizzler Steak House

Family Steak House 582 Hwy 6 E (662) 234-4667

Soulshine Pizza Factory

Pizza, Calzones & Salads 308 S Lamar Blvd (662) 533-7685

Tacky Shack

Burgers, BBQ, Chicken & Catering 518 W Jackson Ave (662) 236-6767


DINING

FUN DINING 6’n Tubbs

Pizzas & Calzones 2625 W Oxford Loop (662) 563-6562

Ajax Diner

Catfish & Daily Specials 118 Courthouse Square (662) 232-8880

Applebee’s

1931 W Jackson Ave (662) 234-2308

Bim Bam Burgers

Burgers & Toppings Bar 2204 W Jackson Ave (662) 238-7802

Bistro Burger

2580 W Jackson Ave (662) 234-0002

Blind Pig Pub

Sandwiches & Craft Beer Flights 105 N Lamar Blvd (662) 234-5119

Bouré

Upscale Family Dining 110 Courthouse Sq (662) 234-1968

Buffalo Wild Wing’s

Draft Beer & Wings 2315 W Jackson Ave (662) 238-2716

Chili’s

2576 W Jackson Ave (662) 281-3951

Frank and Marlee’s Steaks & Sandwiches 1210 Harrison Ave (662) 259-2442

Funky’s

Pizza & Daiquiris 1012 E Jackson Ave (662) 259-2881

Irie

Steeak, Seafood & Salads 122 Courthouse Sq (662)-259-2500

Jimmy John’s Gourmet Sandwiches 2206 W Jackson Ave (662) 236-7117

Lamar Lounge

The Roundtable

Plate Lunches & Burgers 132 Courthouse Sq (662) 513-0588

Square Pizza

1101 Van Buren Ave (662) 234-9333

Taylor Grocery

Catfish, Steaks & Brown Bag Old Taylor Rd, Taylor, MS (662) 236-1716

Burgers & Specialty Drinks 1309 N Lamar Blvd (662) 513-6197

FAST DINING

The Levee

Back Yard Burger

Burgers & Wings 1008 Jackson Ave (662) 513-3223

103 Home Depot Dr (662) 236-1233

The Library

1741 University Ave (662) 281-0870

Burgers & Sandwiches 120 S 11th St (662) 234-1411

Old Venice Pizza Co. 1112 Van Buren Ave (662) 236-6872

Panini, Oxford Catering Co.

Deli, Bakery & Catering 711 N Lamar Blvd (662) 236-0001

Pita Pit

319 Old Hwy 7 N (662) 238-3535

The Corner Bar

Sandwiches, Wraps & Fries 1002 Jackson Ave (662) 380-5029

Proud Larry’s

Pizza, Pasta & Salads 211 S Lamar Blvd (662) 236-0050

Burger King Captain D’s

2533 W Jackson Ave (662) 234-7347

Chick-Fil-A

2307 W Jackson Ave (662) 232-8787

Coop DeVille

Wings, Chicken Tenders & Sandwiches 1417 W Jackson Ave (662) 234-6769

Domino’s Pizza 1603 W Jackson Ave (662) 236-3840

Firehouse Subs 1501 W Jackson Ave (662) 234-0707

Huddle House

1925 W Jackson Ave (662) 238-2977 www.hottytoddy.com

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Hotwangs.com 2028 University Ave (662) 281-1100

IHOP

International House of Pancakes 2152 W Jackson Ave (662) 513-9991

KFC/Long John Silvers 2195 W Jackson Ave (662) 236-6868

LB’s Meat Market

Burgers & Lunch Plates 2008 University Ave, Ste. E (662) 259-2999

Lenny’s Sub Shop

Subs & Philly Cheese Steaks 2580 W Jackson Ave (662) 236-3600

Little Caesar’s Pizza 1725 University Ave (662) 234-7878

McDonald’s

1900 E University Ave (662) 234-3800 1803 W Jackson Ave (662) 236-6600

Papa John’s

Pizza 1506 W Jackson Ave (662) 234-8648

Popeye’s

1700 Belk Rd (662) 234-4700

Sonic Drive-ln

Wendy’s

1904 W Jackson Ave (662) 234-9207 703 Sisk Ave (662) 236-4745

Zaxby’s

Wings, Tenders & Salads 2574 W Jackson Ave (662) 234-1024

INTERNATIONAL

La Paz

Mexican & Happy Hour 208 S Lamar Blvd (662) 234-0025

Maharaja Indian Cuisine

2570 W Jackson Ave, Ste. 23 (662) 234-1975

Nagoya

Japanese Sushi Bar & Steakhouse 2305 W Jackson Ave, Ste. 207 (662) 232-8668

New Hunan

Casa Mexicana

International Buffet 2580 W Jackson Ave, Ste. 44 (662) 281-8681

China Royal

Mexican Restaurant 2570 W Jackson Ave, Ste. 21 (662) 234-4011

Mexican Food 1908 W Jackson Ave (662) 236-3855

Asian Cuisine & Buffet 1938 University Ave (662) 513-4999

Papito’s

Petra Café

Chowking Grill and Buffet

Mediterranean Cuisine 1101 E Jackson Ave (662) 234-1110

El Mariachi

Authentic Thai Food 1520 W Jackson Ave (662) 801-9338

Asian Buffet 2142 W Jackson Ave (662) 234-6664 2622 W Jackson Ave (662) 234-6456

Rice and Spice

South Depot Taco Shop

El Milagros Taqueria

Tacos, Quesadillas & Nachos 1004 Van Buren Ave (662) 234-7866

H20 Oriental Café

Mexican Food 2027 University Ave (662) 281-0493

1420 W Jackson Ave (662) 236-1717

120 E University Ave (662) 234-9341

Pan-Asian Cuisine 1304 University Ave (662) 513-6288

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Kabuki

1948 University Ave (662) 236-1008 1901 W Jackson Ave, Ste. C (662) 234-7545

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Taco Bell

1726 University Ave (662) 234-4403

Sushi Bar & Japanese Steakhouse 1631 W Jackson Ave (662) 236-7346

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The Noodle Bowl Asian Bistro Mix of Asian Cuisine 1501 W Jackson Ave (662) 234-4974


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The Taco Shop

Authentic Mexican Food & Taco Bar 1921 University Ave (662) 234-9668

Two Stick

Sushi, Sashimi & Nagiri 302 S 4th St (662) 236-6639

Volta Taverna

Southern Greek Cuisine, Soups, Salads, Wraps & Pizzas 710 N Lamar Blvd (662) 236-1871

BBQ B’s Hickory Smoked Bar-B-Q Smoked Pork Tenderloin, Chicken, Ribs & Sides 825 College Hill Rd (662) 513-0401

Ember’s Biscuits & Bar-B-Que Smoked BBQ & Buscuits 1703 University Ave (662) 238-3565

Handy Andy

BBQ, Sandwiches, Ribs, Peach & Apple Fried Pies 800 N Lamar Blvd (662) 234-4621

The Rib Cage

BBQ, Ribs, Sandwiches & Nachos 311 S Lamar Blvd (662) 238-2929

BAKERIES & CAFÉS Bottletree Bakery 923 Van Buren Ave (662) 236-5000

Emileigh’s Bakery 401 S Lamar Blvd (662) 234-7200

Honeybee Bakery

Breakfast, Lunch & Cupcakes 2305 W Jackson Ave, Ste. 202 (662) 236-2490

Lusa’s Pastry Café

Pastries & Sandwiches 1120 N Lamar Blvd (662) 234-9208 2305 W Jackson Ave, Ste. 211 (662) 380-5143

Shipley’s Do-Nuts 2151 S Lamar Blvd (662) 281-8414

Square Books Café

160 Courthouse Square (662) 236-2262

High Point Coffee

265 N Lamar Blvd, Ste. G (662) 513-0905 2311 W Jackson Ave, Ste. 301 (662) 259-2619

Mink’s on the Park Breakfast, Delis & Coffee 904 College Hill Rd (662) 259-2263

SWEET TREATS Baskin Robbins

Ice Cream & Milkshakes 485 Hwy 6 (662) 236-3698 550 Hwy 7 S (662) 513-0156

Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory Gourmet Chocolate & Candies 2305 W Jackson Ave (662) 236-2911

Skinny’s Nutrition Healthy Smoothies 1619 W Jackson Ave (662) 513-6020

Smoothie King

2311 W Jackson Ave, Ste. 307 (662) 259-2651

Sno Biz

Shaved Ice, Ice Cream & Milkshakes 1707 University Ave (662) 234-8889

Chaney’s Pharmacy’s Ice Cream & Frozen Yogurt 501 Bramlett Blvd (662) 234-7221

Tutti Frutti

Frozen Yogurts 2560 W Jackson Ave (662) 234-0646

Twisters Frozen Yogurt

2311 W Jackson Ave, Ste. 305 (662) 380-5009

Vienna Desserts

House Of Fine European Cakes, Pastries & Desserts 2102 Harris Dr (662)-234-0088

Ya’s Ya’s Yogurt Frozen Yogurts 100 Courthouse Sq (662) 234-0038

Holli’s Sweet Tooth Ice Cream & Candies 400 S Lamar Blvd (662) 236-7505

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BARS Ajax Diner

Local Music Performances & Folk Art 118 Courthouse Sq (662) 232-8880

The Blind Pig Pub

Beer Flights & Live Music 132 Courthouse Sq (662) 234-5119

Blue Magic Sports Bar & Grill Bar & Grill, V.I.P Area 2110 W Jackson Ave (662) 380-2960

Boure’

Balcony Space & Appetizers 110 Courthouse Sq (662) 234-1968

Buffalo Wild Wing’s

Draft Beer & Wing Specials 2315 W Jackson Ave (662) 238-2716

Burgundy Room

Lamar Lounge

Music & Mixed Drinks 1309 N Lamar Blvd (662) 513-6197

La Paz

Mexican & Happy Hour 208 S Lamar Blvd (662) 234-0025

Lenora’s

Seated Bar Area & Specialty Drinks 309 Old Highway 7 N (662) 236-1144

McCarthy’s Pub Frosty Cold Brew 141 S 10th St (662) 513-3223

Proud Larry’s

Live Music & Margaritas 211 S Lamar Blvd (662) 236-0050

Rib Cage

Balcony Space & Bellini’s 1112 Van Buren Ave (662) 236-6866

BBQ & Beer Specials 311 S Lamar Blvd (662) 238-2929

City Grocery

Rooster’s Blues House

Balcony Space & Drink Specials 152 Courthouse Sq (662) 232-8080

Frank & Marlees

Outdoor Seating & Dueling Pianos 1210 Harrison Ave (662) 259-2442

Funky’s

Daiquiri Bar & Pizza 1012 E Jackson Ave (662) 259-2881

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Irie

Live Music & Draft Beer 122 Courthouse Sq (662) 259-2500

Live Performances & Pool Tables 114 Courthouse Sq (662) 236- 7970

Round Table

Outdoor Seating with Three Bars 132 Courthouse Sq (662) 513-0588

Snackbar

Oysters & Specialty Drinks 721 Old Hwy 7 N (662) 236-6363

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Soulshine Pizza Factory

Live Music & Draft Beer Pitchers 308 S Lamar Blvd (662) 533-7685

The Corner Bar

Music, Drinks & Sports 1002 E Jackson Ave

The Library Sports Bar

Sports Broadcasting & DJ Music 120 S 11th St (662) 234-1411

The Locker Room

Sports Broadcasting & Pool Tables 2416 W Jackson Ave (662) 380-5029

Two Stick

Sushi, Steak & Live Music 1107 E Jackson Ave (662) 236-6639

WINE & SPIRITS

Bikini Beer

900 College Hill Rd (662) 259-2323

B&B Liquors

902 College Hill Rd (662) 236-9595

Chuy’s Place

1350 N Lamar Blvd, Ste. 2 (662) 236-3768

Colonel’s Wine & Liquor 2101 W Jackson Ave (662) 236-9300

C&M Package Store 2306 S Lamar Blvd (662) 234-7217


ENTERTAINMENT

Joe’s Craft Beer

2570 W Jackson Ave, Ste. 18 (662) 234-4900

Kiamie Package Store 1609 W Jackson Ave (662) 234-0610

Old Taylor Wine & Liquor 2500 Old Taylor Rd (662) 234-0607

PJ’s Wine & Liquor 2015 University Ave (662) 234-9234

Rebel Taxi

(662) 832-7433

Rock Star Taxi & Limo (662) 801-7019 (662) 701-7019

Sonrise Transportation

VIP Taxi

PARKING

(662) 607-6387 (662) 380-7227

Star Package Store

1111 W Jackson Ave (662) 236-4962

Twin Package 1429 Old Hwy 7 N (662) 234-5824

West Jackson Wine & Spirits

Malco Theatre

Southside Gallery

U of M Department of Parking & Transportation

Art Exhibits & Receptions 150 Courthouse Sq (662) 234-9090

Thacker Mountain Radio Live radio show every Thursday at Off Square Books

TAXI SERVICES

The Blues Archives

(662) 236-5557 (662) 715-9382

Austin Taxi (662) 832-9705

Hotty Toddy (662) 832-8636

J&A Taxi

(662) 715-9562

Oxford Taxi (662) 701-7310 (617) 620-5439

Park Oxford

Assists Visitors & Citizens Parking 107 Courthouse Sq (662) 232-8605

2570 W Jackson Ave (662) 236-3400

Angel Taxi

U of M Museum

University Designated Drivers

(662) 234-6300

THE ARTS

308 E Jackson Ave (662) 234-3331

Houses Public Art Events 413 S 14th St (662) 236-6429 Exhibits Art & Historical Artifacts University Avenue & 5th St (662) 915-7073

Safari Wine & Spirits

407 S 11th St, Ste. A (662) 234-2679

The Powerhouse Community Arts Center

Largest collection of blues recordings housed in the J.D. Williams Library at the University of Mississippi

The Gertrude C. Ford Center for the Performing Arts Performance Facility 100 University Ave (662) 915-2787

The Lyric Oxford Performance Theater & Drinks 1006 Van Buren Ave (662) 234-5333

Campus visitors must purchase a $1 daily hangtag and park in the appropriate marked parking lots. Lester Hall Room 120 (662) 915-7235

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION Oxford University Transit (OUT)

Provides Public Transit for the City of Oxford and University of Mississippi 1801 University Ave (662) 234-3540.

Football Gameday Shuttle Service Provides Shuttle Service to and from Vaught-Hemingway Stadium 107 Courthouse Sq (662) 816-5501

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Animal Clinic of Oxford

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Heritage Dr

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Anderson Rd

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ENTERTAINMENT

4 West Jackson Wine & Spirits 21 Colonel’s Wine & Liquor Maharaja Indian Cuisine 76 Snackbar 43 Klamie Wine & Liquor Papitos Mexican Grill 77 Handy Andy 57 B & B Liquors Smoothie King 78 Panini 67 Star Wine & Spirit Twister’s Frozen Yogurt 79 Volta 74 Twin Package Honey Bee Bakery 83 Lenora’s 87 Funky’s Toyo Japanese Sushi Bar 84 The Blind Pig 89 The Levee Lusa Pastry Café 85 Yaya’s Frozen Yogurt 91 McCarthy’s Newks 86 Bouré 93 The Library Sports Bar Jimmy John’s Gourmet 88 Rooster’s/ Oxford 98 Southside Art Gallery Sandwiches Grillehouse 99 Burgundy Room IHOP 90 Ajax 107 Frank & Marlee’s Chow King Grill & Buffet 92 Irie 118 C & M Package Store 96 Roundtable Abners 134 PJs Wine & Liquor 97 City Grocery Casa Mexicana Kabuki Japanese Steakhouse 100 Old Venice 103 Proud Larry’s Rice & Spice Thai Kitchen 104 Holli’s Sweet Tooth Noodle Bowl 8 Hue Oxford 106 Soulshine Pizza Factory Tacky Shack 10 Belk 108 Rib Cage Firehouse Subs 11 Hibbett Sports 109 Abners La Bella Cena 12 Kinnucan’s 110 Emileigh’s Olivia’s Food Emporium 13 Mimosa Flower & Gifts 111 Newks B’s Hickory Smoke BBQ 22 Paint & Pen 119 Phillips Grocery South Depot Taco Shop 23 Austin’s Music 133 Oby’s Bottletree Bakery 135 Tequilla’s Mexican Grill 34 GNC My Michelle’s 35 Rebel Rags 137 China Royal October/November Beacon Experience Oxford Visitors Guide, 2013

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SHOPPING

68 Belles and Beaus 72 The Green Door Co. 80 Indigo’s 81 Lulu’s 82 Miss Behavin’ 94 Lily Pad 95 My Favorite Shoes 101 Village Tailor 102 Mississippi Madness 105 Cicada 117 Oxford Tshirt Company 122 Unique Furnishing 123 Bette’s Flowers & Gifts 125 Nella 126 Something Southern 129 Chaney’s Pharmacy 130 Sugar Magnolia 131 My Favorite Shoes 132 Tuesday Mornings 136 Univeristy Florist 138 Peas and Carrots


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100

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98 97

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Neilson’s Dept Store

96

101 102 103

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105

106

Ford Center

Public Library

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Square Books

107

108

109

110

University Avenue

129

111

133 123

138 117

Taylor’s Grocery

Old Taylor Rd

112

118

113 114

119

134 135

136 137

S Lamar

122

Kroger

130 131 132

McAllister’s Deli

121

116

128

East Jackson Avenue

86 85

S 16th St

87

S 15th St

Jackson Avenue

Oxford High School

First National 125 126 Bank

84

67 68

79

HWY 7

82

Bramlett Blvd

81

N Lamar

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127

77

76 78

66

73 75

Oxford Police Dept

HWY 6

Elliot Dr 120

Baptist Memorial Hospital

115 80 81 82

LIVING 1 2 3 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 36 37 38 39 42 44 45 51 52 53 54 55 61 62 63

The Links Soleil Condominiums Garden Terrace Lexington Pointe Cove Apartments Esplande Ridge Aspen Ridge Pine Cove Apartments The Retreat Hub at Oxford Holiday Inn Hampton Inn Oak Grove Apertments Westwind Townhouse Oak View Apartments Maplewood Apartments Metrocast Lafayette Place Anderson Estate Campus Creek Cedar Ridge Condo Campus Walk Rainbow Cleaners Heritage Park Cotton Creek Creekwood Old Sardis Place

First National Bank

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87 89

88 90

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100 99 98 97 Square Books

64 Clearbrook 65 Mally Barr Trails 66 Inn at Ole Miss 71 Highland Square 112 Univeristy Trails Oxford 113 Taylor Bend Apartments 114 The Connection 115 Marks Apartment 116 University Inn 120 Reflections MedSpa 121 Solo Apartments 124 Canterbury Crest Apartments 127 Hampton Inn/Conference Center 128 Jackson Square Condo

Neilson’s Dept Store

101 102 103 105 108 110

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SHOPPING

ANTIQUE SHOPS Crème de la Crème Antique Furniture, New Home Accessories & Gifts 605 S Lamar Blvd (662) 234-1463

Mustard Seed Antique

Good Nutrition Health & Nutrition 1151 Frontage Rd (662) 281-8448

Hollywood Feed

Antiques, Shabby Chic Furniture & Accessories 1737 University Ave (662) 281-8004

Natural, Holistic Pet Food 2210 W Jackson Ave (662) 638-0435

Reminisce Antique Mall

Home Supplies 201 Home Depot Dr (662) 234-7863

Antique Dealers 1433 Old Hwy 7 N (662) 380-5121

Sugar Magnolia Antique Mall Antique Collectibles 1919 University Ave (662) 234-6330

The Depot Antiques Mall Over 100 Booths 709 N Lamar Blvd (662) 236-1979

HOME AND GARDENING AC’s Bed and Bath Bed, Bath & Accessories 131 Courthouse Sq (662) 234-1008

Furniture World

Furniture & Mattresses 1901 W Jackson Ave (662) 234-8588

Garden Center

Soil & Gardening Supplies 2500 University Ave (662) 234-0135

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GNC

Supplements, Diet/Energy Nutrition & Health Products 2214 W Jackson Ave (662) 234-5687

Home Depot

Hue Oxford

Paints & Supplies 2311 W Jackson Ave, Ste. 306 hueoxford@gmail.com

Johnson’s Furniture Showroom Furniture & Mattresses 2128 W Jackson Ave (662) 234-7711

Magnolia Lighting Light Fixtures & Décor 2206 W Jackson Ave (662) 236-0025

Mississippi Madness

Mississippi Made Products 141 Courthouse Sq (662) 234-5280

Snooze Mattress Company

Name Brand Mattresses 2202 W Jackson Ave (662) 701-5880

Something Southern

Home Furnishings, Décor & Accessories 1223 E Jackson Ave (662) 236-3977

Stash

Name Brand Furniture & Home Décor 137 Courthouse Sq (662) 236-1120

The Barn Trading Company Nursery, Gardening Supplies & Outdoor Décor 2657 W Oxford Loop (662) 238-7730

The Green Door Company Distinctive Furniture 1501 Molly Barr Rd (662) 380-5074

Tuesday Morning

Shop for the Great Deals on Top Quality Brands at Closeout Prices 1925 University Ave (662) 513-0795

Unique Furnishings

Oxford in Bloom

Home & Exterior Furnishings 1612 University Ave (662) 234-0405

Sneed’s Ace Hardware

Warehouse 605

Plants, Scrubs & Pine Straw 1446 S Lamar Blvd (662) 236-4686

Home & Garden Supplies 1400 University Ave (662) 234-3232

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Home Furnishings, Accessories & Gifts 1005 E Jackson Ave (662) 232-8690


SHOPPING

FLORAL & GIFTS Amit’s Hallmark

Creative Gifts, Cards & Candy 2305 W Jackson Ave, Ste. 205 (662) 236-4107

Bette’s Flowers

Treehouse Toys Toys & Gifts 1903 University Ave (662) 281-0755

University Florists Fresh Flowers 1912 University Ave (662) 234-6044

Order Flowers with Same Day Delivery 1798 University Ave (662) 234-6717

MONOGRAM & SEWING

Chaney’s Pharmacy

Yarns & Patterns 107 N 13th St (662) 238-2829

Pharmacy Services & Gifts 501 Bramlett Blvd (662) 234-7221

Lily Pad Gifts & Accessories

Sorority Gifts, Vera Bradley & Unique Jewelry 128 Courthouse Sq (662) 238-2900

Mimosa Flowers & Gifts

Flowers, Gifts & Quality Candles 2305 W Jackson Ave, Ste. 207 (662) 234-4440

Nest Paper Studio

Custom Invitations & Paper Products 265 N Lamar Blvd (662) 281-8808

Olive Juice

Gifts & Mississippi Made Products 302 S Lamar Blvd (662) 259-2696

Oxford Floral

Floral Services, Gifts & Accessories 1103 Jefferson Ave (662) 234-2515

Knit 1 Oxford

Miss Monogram

Embroidery & Accessories 265 N Lamar Blvd (662) 281-1224

Sit N’ Rock Quilt & Sewing Shop Fabric & Sewing Supplies 1502 W Jackson Ave (662) 234-0800

Square Alterations & Monogramming Monogram & Alteration 203 Old Hwy 7 N (662) 513-0600

THE ARTS Art2Frame

Custom Framing 505 Heritage Dr (662) 236-3818

Austin’s Music

Musical Instruments 305 Heritage Dr (662) 236-1311

Frame Solutions Art Gallery & Frames 1453 S Lamar Blvd (662) 259-2400

Frame Up-Basement Gallery Framing & Art 125 Courthouse Sq (662) 234-6641

Off Square Books Books & Artist Events 129 Courthouse Sq (662) 236-2828

Paint & Pen

Art Supplies & Books 303 Heritage Dr (662) 236-9494

Partyology

Party Supplies 111 Heritage Dr (662) 234-4799

Rebel Music

Musical Instruments 1605 W Jackson Ave (662) 234-0999

Ron’s Music Center Musical Instruments 717 Old Hwy 7 N (662) 234-0051

S&J Art Gallery Gifts, Art & Framing 1010 E Jackson Ave (662) 234-8139

Southside Gallery Art Gallery & Frames 150 Courthouse Sq (662) 234-9090

Square Books

Bookstore & Ice Cream Shop 160 Courthouse Sq (662) 236-2262

Square Books, Jr. Children’s Bookstore & Toys 111 Courthouse Sq (662) 236-2207

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CLOTHING & ACCESSORIES Amelia

Handmade Jewelry, Home Goods & Gifts 1006 Van Buren Ave (901) 355-0311

Amy Head Cosmetics Make-up & Skin Care 301 S Lamar Blvd (662) 513-0711

Belles & Beaus

Children’s Clothing Boutique 1005 Van Buren Ave (662) 236-6880

Factory Connection

Men’s & Women’s Clothing 1911 University Ave (662) 513-9941

Frock Fashions

Fashionable Clothing, Gifts & Accessories 201 N Lamar Blvd (662) 234-1360

Hinton & Hinton Outfitters

Lammon’s Jewelry

Engagement Rings, Earrings, Pendants & Men’s Jewelry 1126 N Lamar Blvd (662) 234-2777

Landry’s Menswear Traditional Apparel to Southern Gentlemen 302 S Lamar Blvd (662) 281-0846

LuLu’s

Great Fashion Meets Incredible Service 265 N Lamar Blvd, Ste. J (662) 234-4111

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Belk

Fashion Apparel, Men’s Suites & Designer Lines 135 Courthouse Sq (662) 234-0691

Between Sisters

Women’s Clothing, Gifts & Accessories 265 N Lamar Blvd (662) 236-9707

Latest Trends & Brands 403 S Lamar Blvd (662) 513-0888

Jos A. Bank

Fashion, Quality, Value & Customer Service 2317 W Jackson Ave, Ste. 101 (662) 236-3666

Shop Modern, Southern Style 2319 W Jackson Ave (662) 281-1378 Gifts, Jewelry & Pottery 1944 University Ave (662) 236-2524

Brooks Collection Designer Jewelry 127 Courthouse Sq (662) 259-2887

Cato

Indigo’s

Men’s Suites, Tailoring & Casual Menswear 1501 W Jackson Ave, Ste. 105 (662) 281-7475

Kaleidoscope & Chique

New Fashions Every Week, Low Prices Every Day 2550 W Jackson Ave (662) 513-6249

Women’s Clothing, Designer Shoes & Gifts 116 Courthouse Sq (662) 234-6722

Cicada for Her

Kinnucan’s

Boutique Designer 307 S Lamar Blvd (662) 281-0541 ext. 100

Cicada for Him

Shop Designer Lines for Men 303 S Lamar Blvd (662) 281-0541 ext. 104

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Engagements

Bridal & Formal Wear 1007 N Lamar Blvd (662) 234-1108

High Fashion & Make-Up 130 Courthouse Sq (662) 236-5477

Material Girls

Maurices

Melody’s Beauty & Fashions

Women’s Clothing & Beauty Products 1927 University Ave (662) 234-2273

Merle Norman Cosmetic Studio

Outdoor Apparel, Shoes & Accessories 2317 W Jackson Ave (662) 234-9930

Skincare Products & Makeup 2305 W Jackson Ave, Ste. 205 (662) 236-4107

Lacey Lauren’s

Make Rules, Break Rules, Fashion Rules 107 N Lamar Blvd (662) 513-4177

Chic Boutique 124 Courthouse Sq (662) 296-4688

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SHOPPING

Monarch Boutique & Gifts Women Fashion 1007 N Lamar Blvd, Ste. 1 (662) 346-6075

My Favorite Shoes

Great Prices & Great Shoes 1905 University Ave (662) 236-2522 138 Courthouse Sq (662) 234-0059

Pink and Proper

Clothing and Accessories 265 Old Hwy 7 N (662) 281-1111

Private Gallery

Jewelry, Clothes & Shoes 306 S Lamar Blvd (662) 236-4022

Rack Room Shoes

National Menswear

Shoes, Handbags, Accessories & Athletic Wear 2305 W Jackson Ave, Ste. 212 (662) 236-3412

Neilson’s Department Store

Men, Women & Junior Clothing 2305 W Jackson Ave (662) 236-7696

Men & Boy’s Clothing 2313 W Jackson Ave (662) 234-4204

The Oldest Store in the South 119 Courthouse Sq (662) 234-1161

Rue 21

Sally Beauty Supply

Nella’s

Beauty Products & Supplies 2580 W Jackson Ave (662) 236-6986

New York Fashion

Brand Name Footwear 2550 W Jackson Ave, Ste. 9 (662) 281-8508

Women’s Clothing 103 Courthouse Sq (662) 281-8711 Men & Women Clothing 1710 University Ave (662) 234-3182

Oooh La La Boutique

Fashion & Accessories 265 Old Hwy 7 N (662) 236-4343

Oxford Bridal

Wedding, Bridesmaid & Prom Dresses 405 S Lamar Blvd (662) 234-5811

Peas & Carrots

High Quality Children’s Clothing 1906 University Ave (662) 236-5566

The Shoe Dept

Thomas Brothers Formal Wear Formalwear 1504 W Jackson Ave (662) 234-2642

Tummies Maternity Maternity Accessories 1003 Van Buren Ave (662) 234-1001

Turkoyz

Jewelry & Accessories 1105 Van Buren Ave (662) 234-3427

Village Taylor Women’s Boutique 145 Courthouse Sq (662) 234-8217

Vincent’s Boot & Shoe

Working Boots & Shoes 2008 University Ave (662) 234-1876

Zoe

Cosmetics, Fragrances & Bath Accessories 265 N Lamar Blvd (662) 281-8989

SPORTING GOODS Campus Book Mark Ole Miss Apparel, University Books & School Supplies 1111 W Jackson Ave (662) 234-5993

Endurance Athletics Running Shoes, Clothing, Nutrition & Accessories 400 S Lamar Blvd (662) 380-5119

Hibbett Sports

Sporting Footwear, Equipment & Apparel 2317 W Jackson Ave (662) 236-2844

Rebel Rags

Ole Miss Gear & Apparel 2302 W Jackson Ave (662) 234-7247

The Trophy Shop

Custom Plaques, Awards & Trophies 1533 University Ave (662) 236-3726

University Sporting Goods

Sporting Goods & Ole Miss Apparel 105 Courthouse Sq (662) 234-1736 www.hottytoddy.com

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APARTMENTS Anderson Estates 1731 Anderson Rd (662) 234-0380

Campus Creek

101 Creekmore Blvd (662) 513-4980

Canterbury Crest Apartments 1531 Tyler Cove (662) 234-1012

Clearbrook

Located on Old Sardis Rd (662) 236-7736

Maplewood Apartments 49 Effie Circle (662) 236-7091

Molly Barr Trails 1021 Molly Barr Rd (662) 816-8800

Oak Grove Apartments 3036 Davis Dr (662) 236-4749

University Trails Oxford 900 Whirlpool Dr (662) 281-1335

Westwind Townhouse Michael Dr (662) 234-0000

CONDOMINIUMS Aspen Ridge

2214 Anderson Rd (662) 513.0011 or (662) 513-0011

Cotton Creek

Oak View Apartments

Cedar Ridge Condo

Cove Apartments

Old Sardis Place

Edinburgh Place Condos

Located on Old Sardis Rd (662) 236-7736

41 Rubin Dr (662) 236-3927

1903 Anderson Rd (662) 234-1422

Located on Old Sardis Rd (662) 236-7736

Creekwood

Pine Grove Apartments

Located on Old Sardis Rd (662) 236- 7736

Fox Hollow

Located on College Hill Rd (662) 236-7736

Heritage Park 600 McElroy Dr (662) 236-4433

Highland Square

206 Town Center Dr, Ste. 100 (866) 978-2497 Leasing Office: 309 N Lamar Blvd, Ste. A

2400 Anderson Rd (662) 234-1550

1500 Anderson Rd (662) 238-2930

Esplanade Ridge

Located on Anderson Rd (662) 801-5170

Jackson Square Condos

Taylor Bend Apartments

Marks Condominium

1430 University Ave (662) 234-4144

101 Old Taylor Rd (208) 356-6686

The Connection 2000 Oxford Way (662) 236-3160

The Links

44 Private Rd 3151 (662) 513-4949

Lafayette Place

2405 Anderson Rd (662) 550-2003

1711 Anderson Rd Photo by (662) Oxford513-6222 Tourism

588 Hathorn Rd (662) 234-5421

Solo Apartments

Hub at Oxford 109 Anchorage Rd (662) 234-2833

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Lexington Pointe

2000 Lexington Pointe Dr (662) 281-0402

The Retreat

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119 Chestnut St (662) 236-9790

Located on Old Taylor Rd (662) 234- 8718 or (662) 816-7873

Provence Park Condos 1102 Frontage Rd (662) 801-1815

Soleil Condominiums 100 Private Rd 3049 (662) 234-9364


LIVING

SERVICES Animal Clinic of Oxford Animal Care 2008 Harris Dr (662) 234-8022

Oxford Bicycle Co Bikes & Accessories 407 E Jackson Ave (662) 236-6507

Oxford Clock Works

Caine’s Auto Body and Towing Auto Body Services 517 Hwy 7 S (662) 236-3123

Deals Auto Service Auto Services & Repairs 2100 S Lamar Blvd (662) 281-4417

Callahan’s Quick Print

Clock Repair 1107 Van Buren Ave (662) 801-6614

Copy Time

Dry Cleaners & Laundries 1203 W Jackson Ave (662) 234-2266

Oil Lube & Filter Service 2525 W Jackson Ave (662) 234-2225

Reflections MedSpa

Gateways Tires

Sitters

Auto Parts & Accessories 1360 Old Hwy 7 N (662) 234-1611

Printing Services 1735 University Ave (662) 234-8060

Top-Of-The-Line Production Printers 407 S 11th St (662) 234-2679

Documart

Printing Services 1105 W Jackson Ave (662) 281-1474

Esthetiques Skin Spa Skin Care Treatments 1525 University Ave (662) 236-1937

Express Computer Service Computer Repair 1501 W Jackson Ave, Ste. 103 (662) 236-5670

Hunters Hollow Hunting & Outdoor Equipment 2602 W Oxford Loop (662) 234-5945

Metrocast

Video, Internet & Phone 105 Allison Cove (800) 457-5351

Mississippi Auto Arms Shotguns & Rifles 1300 Van Buren Ave (662) 816-4802

Rainbow Cleaners

Skin Care Treatment Service 1194 S 18th St (662) 232-8860

Home, Hospital Assisted Living & Retirement Sitting Contact Jacqui Lear (662) 259-2401

Suthern Oasis Spa

Massages, Waxing, Facials, Manicures & Pedicures 317 Heritage Dr, Ste. 5 (662) 234-0090

University Cleaners

Clothing Alteration Service & Dry Cleaner 1904 University Ave (662) 234-7988

AUTO SERVICE Advance Auto Parts Top-Quality Auto Parts 2590 W Jackson Ave (662) 234-1068

Auto Zone

Auto Parts Retailer 1913 University Ave (662) 234-8288

Dipstix

Tires & Batteries 2197 W Jackson Ave (662) 234-6152

Napa Auto Parts

Oxford Tire Services Tires for all Vehicle & Farm Equipments 2601 W Oxford Loop (662) 234-3602

Ray Brothers Auto Repair

Auto Repair & Diagnostics 1444 S Lamar Blvd (662) 234-2421

Shivers Towing

24/7 Towing Services 1333 Old Hwy 7 N (662) 234-5238

University Tire & Auto Repair Vehicle Maintenance 1434 University Ave (662) 234-5721

Walmart Center

Oil Change & Tire Rotation 2530 W Jackson Ave (662) 234-9131 www.hottytoddy.com

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DIRECTORY

VISITOR INFORMATION Oxford City Hall

Visitor Information Available inside City Hall 107 Courthouse Sq (662) 236-1310

Oxford-Lafayette County Chamber of Commerce Businesses & Visitor Information 299 W Jackson Ave P.O. Box 147 662-234-4651 info@oxfordms.com

Recycling Drop Off

Plastic, Cans, Newspaper & Mixed Paper 717 Molly Barr Rd

Yoknapatawpha Arts Council

Lafayette County & Oxford’s Arts Agency 413 S 14th St (662) 236-6429 www.oxfordarts.com

Oxford Convention & Visitors Bureau 102 Ed Perry Blvd (662) 232-2367 www.oxfordcvb.com

TAXI SERVICES Angel Taxi

(662) 236-5557 (662) 715-9382

Austin Taxi (662) 832-9705

Hotty Toddy (662) 832-8636

J&A Taxi

(662) 715-9562

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Oxford Taxi (662) 701-7310 (617) 620-5439

Rebel Taxi

(662) 832-7433

Rock Star Taxi & Limo (662) 801-7019 (662) 701-7019

Sonrise Transportation (662) 234-6300

University Designated Drivers (662) 607-6387

REAL ESTATE Hightower Property Management, LLC 23 CR 2015 662-8016692

HTY, Inc. (Steeplechase)

1300 Van Buren Avenue 662-232-2440

John Welty, Realtor 706 Jackson Avenue 662-816-2782

Marchbanks Real Estate

VIP Taxi

1108 Van Buren Avenue 662-234-2814

CAR RENTAL

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION

Bus & Limousine Rental (662) 801-7890 (662) 236-1818

Oxford University Transit (OUT)

(662) 380-7227

Carbo Limo

Enterprise Rent-ACar

Provides Public Transit for the city of Oxford & University of Mississippi 1801 University Ave (662) 234-3540.

Oxford Limousine

Football Gameday Shuttle

1615 W Jackson Ave (662) 281-0508 234 Timber Ln (662) 259-0508 oxfordlimo.net

AIRPORTS & AIRWAYS Southern Airways Express Small-Plane Service 1 Airport Rd www.iflysouthern.com

University Oxford Airport Small, Regional Airport 1 Airport Rd (662) 915-5435

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Provides Shuttle Service to and from VaughtHemingway Stadium 107 Courthouse Sq (662) 816-5501

EMERGENCY CONTACTS City of Oxford 107 Courthouse Sq (662) 816-7469

Lafayette County Jail 711 E Jackson Ave (662) 234-6421


DIRECTORY

Oxford Fire Department

Fire Chief, Cary Sallis 658 N Lamar Blvd (662) 232-2418 (662) 232-2412 (662) 232-2413

Oxford Police Department

Chief of Police, Joey East 715 Molly Barr Rd (662) 232-2400

University Police Department Kinard Hall Wing C, Floors 2 & 3 (662) 915-7235

MEDICAL CENTER

Allcare Mississippi

Day & Night Walk-In Care 301 W Jackson Ave (662) 234-6464

Baptist Memorial Hospital

Emergency Services 24/7 2301 S Lamar Blvd (662) 232-8100

Oxford After Hours Clinic Day & Night Walk-In Car 1929 University Ave (662) 236-2232

Urgent Care Clinic of Oxford

Day & Night Walk-In Care 1487 Belk Blvd (662) 234-1090

V.B. Harrison Student Health Services Student Walk-In Care & Health Services 400 Rebel Dr (662) 915-7274

ANIMAL CLINICS Animal Clinic of Oxford 2008 Harris Dr (662) 234-8022

Animal Control (662) 832-7633

Oxford-Lafayette Humane Society 413 McElroy Dr (662) 236-7631 (662) 236-7633

POST OFFICES Pak Mail

Mailing, Packaging & Delivery Services 1501 W Jackson Ave, Ste. 113 (662) 236-9075

The UPS Store

Mailing, Packaging & Delivery Services 1739 University Ave (662) 236-3800

U.S. Postal Service Stamps, Boxes, Mailing Services & Pick-Up 401 McElroy Dr (662) 234-5615 1 Student Union Dr (662) 234-1316 505 Jackson Ave (662) 281-8329

RADIO STATIONS

American Family Association WAVI 9.15 FM

Mississippi Authority for Educational TV WMAV 90.3 FM

San Dow Broadcasting, Inc. WWMS 9.75 FM

Taylor Communications, Inc. WOXD 95.5 FM

Telesouth Communications, Inc. WQLJ Q93.7 FM

University of Mississippi

Rebel Radio 92.1 FM

BANKS

BancorpSouth

1936 University Ave (662) 234-4898

Bank of Commerce 1610 W Jackson Ave (662) 234-2220

FNB of Oxford 101 Courthouse Sq 2149 S Lamar Blvd 821 N Lamar Blvd 1113 W Jackson Ave (662) 234-2821

Oxford University Bank 2301 W Jackson Ave (662) 234-0622 1550 University Ave (662) 234-6668

Regions Bank

1960 University Ave (662) 232-8016 158 Courthouse Sq (662) 234-4751 1501 Jefferson Ave

Renasant Bank 2527 W Jackson Ave 1106 Van Buren Ave (877)367-5371

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