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  • After a long, difficult Monday at work, you’re looking for the perfect happy hour cocktail, and it needs to have a little kick, right? We’ve got two words for you: Jalapeno Margarita. The Jalapeno Margarita at Papito’s Grill in Oxford features a sweet & sour mix, Blue Agave Nectar, Triple Sec, Patron, and fresh raw […] The post HottyToddy Happy Hour: The Jalapeno Margarita at Papito’s Grill appear...

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  • The Ole Miss Rebels basketball team returns to the confines of the Pavilion Tuesday as they host the Alabama Crimson Tide. Tip-off is set for 7:30 p.m. on the SEC Network. Ole Miss (10-9, 3-4 SEC) is looking to bounce back from road losses to Texas A&M (71-69) and Arkansas (97-93). The Rebels’ 93 points […] The post Ole Miss Looks to Extend Its Home Winning Streak Against Alabama appeared first on...

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  • Stop-motion animation, the painstaking process of creating a motion picture one frame at a time, is not an art for the impatient. Ashley Gerst, a Ohio-grown, Brooklyn-based artist, illustrator, animator and multimedia artist, knows this firsthand. Oxonians can get a peek at the slow process of animation in Gerst’s art exhibit, “The Spirit Seam: Sets […] The post Gerst Exhibit: A Glimpse into the M...

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  • “Fire Sermon.” By Jamie Quatro. Grove Press. 208 pages. $24.00. Editor’s note: Jamie Quatro will sign copies of “Fire Sermon” at 5 p.m., Tuesday, Jan. 23, at Square Books. Near the end of her first novel, “Fire Sermon,” Jamie Quatro demands: “What if (Brothers, Sisters, bear with me) the institution of marriage was given to […] The post “Fire Sermon” Is an Intense Meditation on Love, Sex, Desire a...

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  • The 2018 season is right around the corner as the Ole Miss baseball team prepares for another run that will hopefully end in Omaha. The Rebels will start paving their road to the College World Series on Feb. 16 as they play host to Winthrop in a three-game series tilt. Last season, the Rebels finished […] The post Bianco: The Old Ball Game Gets Even Better with Swayze Field Renovations appeared fi...

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  • A gala performance on Wednesday, Jan. 24, will celebrate Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber and Charles Hart’s “The Phantom of the Opera,” hitting 30 years (technically on Jan. 26) and 12,500 performances (including 16 previews) and continuing as Broadway’s longest-running show. Sixteen years ago, “Phantom” became the longest-running show in Broadway history, surpassing the 7,485 performances […] The post “P...

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  • Oxford police responded to the following calls: Nine alarms, two ambulance assist, animal complaint, four careless driving, two civil matters, nine disturbances, four domestic disturbances, three improper parking, two larceny, three lost property, two malicious mischief, three motorist assist, two property damage, shoplifting, simple assault, 12 suspicious activity, suspicious vehicle, trespassing...

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  • Back in April, I had the privilege of meeting with Hoppy Langley and his 1977 Ole Miss football teammates, who were in Oxford to honor their great coach, Jack Mason Carlisle. It was déjà vu all over again. This group of determined Rebels accomplished the impossible in 1977 by defeating the eventual national champion, Notre […] The post Steve Vassallo: Ole Miss’ 7 Greatest Football Victories of All...

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  • As a teenager, I was seated on an overturned empty wooden nail keg on the front of the College Hill Store, located a few miles northwest of Oxford. There were two men present: my father, George W. Galloway, and Lucky Pettis. My father owned the store, and he had been Justice of the Peace for a […] The post Reflections: Rumors of Buried Indian Gold in College Hill appeared first on HottyToddy.com.

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  • What better way to start your morning than with a brain-teasing riddle or a thought-provoking rhyme? Check back every weekday morning for the latest iteration of Rebel Riddles & Rhymes! I always follow my brother but you cannot see me, only him. You cannot hear him but you can hear me. What are we?— Scroll […] The post HottyToddy Rebel Riddles & Rhymes: What Am I? appeared first on HottyToddy.com.

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  • The Ole Miss women’s basketball team fell in heartbreaking fashion at Florida, with the Gators knocking down a go-ahead layup with 27 seconds to play for the 61-60 win over the Rebels on Sunday. Ole Miss (11-8, 1-5 SEC) and Florida (10-10, 2-5 SEC) went into double-overtime in Oxford on Jan. 7, and decided to […] The post Rebels Fall in Last-Second Heartbreaker at Florida, 61-60 appeared first on ...

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  • Television and movies may be in the middle of awards season, but events of that type take a different form in Oxford. Day for Art, part of the Pop Up Oxford weeklong series of events, is a project created by community arts organizations to kick off the new year. The twist is that community members can […] The post You Can Still Cast Your Votes for Tuesday’s Oxford Day for Art appeared first on Hot...

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  • “The Afterlives.” By Thomas Pierce. Riverhead Books. 366 pages. $27.00. “The Afterlives,” by Thomas Pierce, is a cheerful, clever novel about past and future lives. Pierce has published short stories in The New Yorker, The Atlantic, and The Oxford American, and this debut novel is an awfully good book. The narrator is Jim Byrd, a […] The post Review: “The Afterlives” Bends Reality in Funny But Pro...

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  • When “The Sound of Music” debuted on the silver screen in 1965, the hills were alive with the sound of grousing critics. More than 50 years later, it’s one of the most beloved musicals in the history of the genre—because critics, after all, don’t know everything. Now the classic story of a sweetly warbling nun […] The post The Hills Are Alive Again as “The Sound of Music” Comes to Oxford appeared ...

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  • The Lafayette County Board of Supervisors approved their first-ever county zoning ordinance Thursday after hearing the public’s final comments during a recessed meeting. “This has been a long process,” said Mike Slaughter of Slaughter & Associates, an urban planning firm. “What we have been striving to do is protect our natural resources as best we […] The post Lafayette County Supervisors Approve...

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  • Oxford-based artist J-MAN is a busybody. In addition to constantly producing new paintings, prints and other art pieces and being a family man, he manages the Oxford Maker’s Market. J-MAN is currently gearing up for a solo exhibition at The Frame-Up/Basement Gallery, from Jan. 22-Feb. 26. An opening reception will be held from 6:30-9 p.m., […] The post Oxford Artist J-MAN Pays Tribute to Andy Warh...

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  • Personally, I would decline a do-over for high school. It was tough: The confusion of emerging adulthood and all those tragedies that only a whole lot of time could mellow into comedy. Here are some of the sure signs you went to high school in the South. 1. You’ve taken part in several homecoming parades […] The post Tim Heaton: 15 Sure Signs You Went to High School in the South appeared first on ...

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  • David Dillard sits comfortably in his control room in the Intercollegiate Athletic Offices at Ole Miss giving instructions to his switchboard operator and the announcers in the Pavilion while listening to the multiple conversations happening between his crew. If it sounds chaotic, that’s because it is. But Dillard is content in his element, unaffected by […] The post Meek School Magazine: Meet the...

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  • Growing up in Shaw, Johnny Parker (BA 69) badly wanted to play football, but with only 100 pounds on his 5-foot-11.5-inch frame, he was far too skinny for the sport he loved. “I was so thin you could read a newspaper through me,” Parker recalls with a laugh. Though there weren’t many athletes lifting weights […] The post UM Alumni Review: Johnny Parker Is the Man Behind the Muscle appeared first o...

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  • HottyToddy.com’s Steve Vassallo recently visited with Campbell McCool, owner/developer for Plein Air in Taylor. As development continues to expand, Taylor is becoming “the talk of the town.” HottyToddy: Campbell, 2017 must have been a very good year for your development as new streets and housing emerged. Campbell McCool: We’ve had nice momentum for the past […] The post Plein Air: Livin’ the Good...

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  •   Is Hugh Freeze angling for a job under former rival Nick Saban? Speculation abounds after the former Ole Miss head coach reportedly showed up at the University of Alabama’s football facilities in Tuscaloosa yesterday, as reported by TideSports.com. The site reported late Monday evening that Freeze “was in the football building” on the Alabama […] The post Is Hugh Freeze Trying to Get a Job With ...

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  • Former Ole Miss defensive star C.J. Johnson is returning home to Scooba, Mississippi, to be the defensive line coach at East Mississippi Community College, a.k.a., Last Chance U, where his coaching career began two seasons ago. Johnson got the call from EMCC after being at Pearl River Community College for just a few days. Last […] The post Ex-Rebel C.J. Johnson Takes Second Coaching Job at Last C...

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  • As Oxford continues to grow, the city limits may soon be expanded. Mike Slaughter of Slaughter and Associates, an urban planning consulting firm, presented an annexation map to the Mayor and Board of Aldermen in Wednesday’s meeting, showing five study areas that would add about 12 square miles to Oxford’s current 16.4, for a total […] The post Annexation: City of Oxford Could be Expanded to Includ...

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  • Ole Miss lit up the scoreboard with more than 90 points against the Arkansas Razorbacks on Saturday, but it wasn’t enough to pick up the win as they fell 97-93. Terrance Davis had a monstrous road game against the Razorbacks with 30 points and five rebounds. Ole Miss (10-9, 3-4 SEC) put up 55 points […] The post Rebels Drop a 97-93 Barnburner at Arkansas appeared first on HottyToddy.com.

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  • Edward Boyer posted this on Facebook: “On a fall day in 1984, Rev. Houston – who worked as a gravedigger – took me around to the different family burying grounds around the county. “He knew them all. Sneeds, Childresses, Ivys … and a couple of black burying grounds, too. Each had their own distinctive characteristics: […] The post John Cofield’s Oxford and Ole Miss: A Poor Man’s Cemetery appeared ...

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  • A group of University of Mississippi sophomores kicked off 2018 this weekend by attending PULSE – Preparing Undergraduate Leaders, a Student Experience – a leadership conference that brings together students from different campus roles to learn about themselves and their leadership potential. Randy Gravitt – a motivational speaker, life coach and co-author of the book […] The post Ole Miss Hosting...

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  • For the third straight match, the Ole Miss rifle team set a school record, shooting a 4687 (18 points better than the previous mark from last Saturday) in a loss at No. 5 Alaska-Fairbanks.  Remarkably, Alaska’s score of 4725 broke their school record by 13 points.  Smallbore  In smallbore the Nanooks tallied a 2350 compared […] The post Ole Miss Rifle Team Keeps Setting New School Records appeared...

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  • Ole Miss men’s and women’s track and field wasted no time at Day One of the Vanderbilt Invite on Friday evening, stringing together several impressive performances in the field to open the meet for the Rebels. It might have been a light day in terms of the number of Rebel entries, but Ole Miss came […] The post Throwers Lead Ole Miss Charge in Day One of Vanderbilt Invite appeared first on HottyTo...

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