Published on March 20th, 2014 | by TLV News0
The Local Voice #200 is Out Now! Find out ‘What’s In This Issue’ and Download the PDF
Local Food & Drink Specials
in Oxford’s Favorite Restaurants
for every day of the week!
Plus, Daily Entertainment and Live Music
Happening in Local Venues
from March 20 – April 3, 2014.
George McConnell and The Cooters to be Featured on March 27 PBS Television Show
Two of Mississippi’s longest running and most respected Rock bands will be featured on Mississippi Public Broadcasting’s new television show Oxford Sounds
Peach Jam at The Powerhouse
VOX Press Artist Series presents a celebration of female poets and musicians on Wednesday, March 26, 2014 at the Powerhouse Community Arts Center in Oxford.
Yokel Food: Locally Grown Recipes and Wisdom from Yokna Bottoms Farm
by Betsy Chapman
Keep it Local: Mardis Honey Granola.
Retro Red Velvet
by Jesse Yancy
A really good cake should be a crown jewel in your culinary repertoire.
The Bombardment of Fort McHenry
by Rafael Alvarez
National Anthem Written in Baltimore 200 Years Ago
A Man Called Destruction
Holly George-Warren, author of the first biography of Big Star’s Alex Chilton, music icon and forebear of the indie-rock scene comes to Square Books April 3rd
New York Times Bestselling Author Discusses New Book at Oxford Conference for the Book
Denise Kiernan, author of The Girls of Atomic City will be visiting Oxford on Wednesday, March 26 at the University of Mississippi.
Unitarian Universalist Association President Rev. Peter Morales to Visit Oxford and the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Oxford
Rosanne Cash Returning to Her Roots – Live at the Ford Center March 21st
With her new album, The River and the Thread, Cash has added the next chapter to a remarkable period of creativity.
Shooting Out the Lights: New Album Soon
Live at The Blind Pig Saturday, March 22
Band Debuts New Material at First Oxford Show in Two Years
Lulu Mae: Folk Rock, Family Style
Playing Thacker Mountain Radio and Lamar Lounge March 20
Baltimore’s Multitasker Chester Gwazda Off the Leash at Lamar Lounge on March 28
Local Q&A: “What do you wish you had 200 of?” by Past & Current TLV Staffers
Food & Drink Specials, Local Entertainment Calendar,
Comix, Puzzles & Brain Teasers, Trivia,
and more cool stuff to keep you entertained and well fed!
EXTRA! Bonus content available exclusively in the PDF:
(29 additional pages of content!):
A Conversation with the Author of The Girls of Atomic City
OTHER EVENTS IN AND AROUND NORTH MISSISSIPPI
BONUS COMIX & PUZZLES PLUS PUZZLE SOLUTIONS
“Salome’s Stars” – Horoscopes
Home Column: This Is a Hammer – “Renter Faced with Grimy, Rusty Stove” by Samantha Mazzotta
“Minimum Aspirations” plus “Sleeping Through the Campaign” by Bob Franken
“The Russian Reset to Nowhere” by Rich Lowry
“Flash Back” – Pop, Rock & Soul Trivia by Mick Harper
“Moments In Time” – from The History Channel
Recipes: Rice Salad with Black Beans, Peanut Butter Cookies, Springtime Lemonade, Peanut Brittle, Quick Asparagus Crepes
A Sporting View: “Keep It Simple, Stupid” – KISS Football in L.A.
Book Reviews: The New Digital Age: Reshaping the Future of People, Nations and Business by Eric Schmidt and Jared Cohen, and
Chronicling the West for Harper’s: Coast to Coast with Frenzeny & Tavernier in 1873-1874 by Claudine Chalmers
Top Ten Lists
The Local Voice #200 newspaper is 24 pages, but the PDF is 53 pages!