Published on October 25th, 2012 | by Newt Rayburn


The Local Voice #167 is Hot Off the Press: Oxford, Ole Miss, Mississippi – Here’s What’s In This Issue


The Local Voice #167 is out now!


Food, Drinks, Entertainment, Sports,

and Local Culture in Oxford, Mississippi

October 25-November 8, 2012


Download The Local Voice #167

FULL-COLOR PDF here for only 99¢



The Local Voice PDF is only 99¢

but it has even MORE cool stuff than

the printed newspaper that hits the streets today.

We have expanded our online, full color PDF issues to include more content…

In addition to all the features of the newspaper (here in full color), this issue has exclusive photographs taken by Rebecca Long, behind the scenes at Tyler Keith‘s rehearsal for his musical, “The Outlaw Biker“!

There are solutions to The Local Voice puzzles, more community events, and the online ballot for the 2013 Local Favorites Awards.

Cast your ballot online in the 2013 Local Favorites Awards by filling out the forms on page 20 & 21 of this PDF and emailing it back to The Local Voice.

Did we mention that this is Oxford, Mississippi in full color high resolution?! Well it is!



(October 11-25, 2012)



Lamar Sorrento LIVE at Ajax Diner Thursday 10/25 – Interview by Sarah Reddick (p. 18)

Federal Elections Are November 6 by Kierra Ransey (p. 1, 8)

Gary Johnson, The Libertarian Alternative by Vance Justice (p. 8)

Tyler Keith’s Rock Opera – The Outlaw Biker –       at The Powerhouse 10/31 & 11/3 – by Hugh Jones (p. 9)

“Cuba For Keeps” Art Show at Art2FrameReception Friday 10/26 – featuring art by Milly Moorhead West and Cindy Ray Grant (p. 11)

Seven Savory Sandwiches – Celebrate National Sandwich Day – November 3by Rebecca Long (p. 14)

Red Cup Rebellion – “A Tale Of Two Colleges” (p. 19)

Square Books Signings: “Be Mad, Eat Sushi, and Procrastinate” (p. 10)

Lamar Lounge Hosts SubPop Artist Daughn Gibson Tuesday 11/6 (p. 13)

Freaky Feature Films: Not For the Faint At Heart by Grant Aaron (p. 23)

Beyond The Square – Part 1: The Sounds of Sardis – by Hugh Jones (p. 20)

“Inspirit” creepy awesome short story by Sarah Reddick (p. 22)

Cook of the House – Riley Hess of Proud Larrys’ (p. 21)

Know Your Bartender – Kaycee Rutland of Blind Pig Pub (p. 21)

Info on The J.E. Pitts Artist Fund through the Yoknapatawpha Arts Council (p. 9)

Presidential Trivia – by Sarah Reddick (p. 12)

Spooky Halloween Word Search – by Sarah Reddick

Digression Obsession graveyard edition

Creepy Cinema Stumpers by Barton Segal

Music Triviaby Newt Rayburn

Bad Lips – from Anne Rice’s The Vampire Lestat

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About the Author

was born and grew up in Oxford, Mississippi, starting in 1971. Newt's many publishing projects led to THE LOCAL VOICE, which started in 2006. Newt won a National Magazine Award in 1999 for his SOUTHERN MUSIC ISSUE with THE OXFORD AMERICAN. Previously, Newt was Editor of PROFANE EXISTENCE in Minneapolis, and later, Art Director for Ole Miss' LIVING BLUES magazine. Newt Rayburn founded THE LOCAL VOICE media company in March of 2006. A seventh-generation Lafayette County, Mississippian, Newt Rayburn has been involved in the Ole Miss area for many years. Newt's alter ego—Neuter Cooter—lead the Mississippi band THE COOTERS to Rocknoll Glory across the USA from 1993-2018. Newt is proud Father of eight-year old daughter Alex.

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