From working in a family-owned restaurant at age 16, to taking a desk job in corporate America, Brooke Krizbai realized working for someone wasn’t an option anymore. Today, she owns two Oxford restaurants – Volta Taverna and Track 61.
Local businesses form the backbone of our communities. In addition to providing a wide variety of services, they also add much-needed personality to the area. Bim Bam Burgers is just one example – a story of a dream realized along with all the hardships and struggles that come with it.
Anna Bess PavlakovichOxford Storiesabpavlak@go.olemiss.edu Sundays are somewhat of a weekly holiday in the Deep South, and Oxford is no exception. Local families and college students alike choose to spend their day of […]
Kendra Newton Oxford Stories Oxford is a small, growing town. While its food industry is growing, it does not offer enough diverse options for students. Since the early 2000s, there has been […]
Jessica Duffield Oxford Stories email@example.com Daniel Malagon, 20, is a waiter at El Mariachi Mexican restaurant in Oxford. He was born in Los Angeles, but his parents are from Jalisco, Mexico. He […]