Since the release of his album The Divine Feminine in 2016, the late Mac Miller, 26, went through great personal turmoil in the public eye stemming from a drug addiction that eventually led to the end of his relationship with famous pop singer, Arianna Grande, and his DUI arrest last May.
Meet Mary Morgan Shipp Bryan, a yoga studio owner and instructor from Oxford, Mississippi. Mary Morgan shares her love of yoga with her students daily. She sat down with Oxford Stories reporter Gray Houser to discuss how yoga can transform lives, lead to mental wellness, increased spirituality, and more.
She works at two of the most well known businesses in Oxford. Maggie Smith, a native of Madison, Mississippi, graduated from the University of Mississippi with a major in English in 2018. Her love of the town and her job at Square Books led her to stay in Oxford.
An Oxford band comprised entirely of University of Mississippi students trying to balance school, a social life, and their young music careers plans to begin recording original music soon.
The construction industry is male-dominated, but at the Oxford construction company ASFornea, a Batesville woman runs the show.
Imagine being 7 years old, in chronic pain, using the restroom on yourself, and throwing up 24/7. Your mother is frantic and crying. You have to be hospitalized for weeks trying to figure out what is wrong. Family members visit you and bring flowers. There are many doctors and tests.
A Mississippi DJ is experiencing a Victory in the music business. DJ Max Victory is from Myrtle, a small town about 30 minutes outside of Oxford. He moved to Oxford to pursue a career in graphic design a few years ago, but he ended up pursuing his passion for music.
Clarksdale native Bradley Gordon has always been captivated by the beauty of his surroundings. His fascination with nature inspired him to pursue an art career, one that has allowed him to showcase his work from Oxford to Tiawan.
Money is one of the most influential driving forces in the world. With prices rising every moment, people are searching for more innovative ways to “bring home the bacon.” So are teenagers.