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Dance Conservatory spring showcase April 22

The first -ever Oxford Dance Conservatory Spring Showcase will be held Tuesday, April 22 at 7 p.m. in the Oxford Fine Arts Center, located at Oxford High School. "We are very excited," said Instructor Katy Koivunen....more >>
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Easter cookies? Yum!

Lots of places offer chances to decorate or hunt for Easter eggs. But only the Sweet & Savory Bake Shop in downtown Oxford gives kids the chance to decorate delicious Easter cookies under the close supervision of the one and only Easter Bunny....more >>
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Born November 21st
1898: Rene Magritte, surrealist painter (Golconda).
1904: Coleman Hawkins, jazz saxaphonist.
1908: Elizabeth G. Speare, writer of historical novels for children.
1920: Stan The Man Musial, Hall of Fame baseball player for the St. Louis Cardinals.
1929: Marilyn French, noveist and critic (The Women's Room).
November 21st
in history
1934: Cole Porter's musical Anything Goes premieres at New york's Alvin Theatre.
1949: The United Nations grants Libya its independence by 1952.
1967: President Lyndon B. Johnson signs the air quality act, allotting $428 million for the fight against pollution.
1970: U.S. planes conduct widespread bombing raids in North Vietnam. Necessity is the mother of invention and the Wild Weasel.
1986: The Justice Department begins an inquiry into the National Security Council into what will become known as the Iran-Contra scandal.