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Julie Cantrell

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New York Bestselling author and Oxford Mississippi resident, Julie Cantrell, delves into the dark and seedy side of human trafficking in her new novel, The Feathered Bone. And while her novel is a work of fiction, she discovered during her research just how prevalent and close to home this scary crime occurs.

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Scott Barretta & Joe York

Filmmakers explore the life and music of blues legend Mississippi Fred McDowell.

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Scott Barretta & Joe York

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Greg Iles

Novelist Greg Iles of Natchez is out with the third installment in his trilogy of books.

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Greg Iles

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Laura Lee Lewis

Miss Mississippi 2016 looks to the future as she prepares to relinquish her crown.

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Laura Lee Lewis

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Charles Reagan Wilson & Ted Ownby

Ole Miss professors give an overview of newly released book, The Mississippi Encyclopedia.

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Charles Reagan Wilson & Ted Ownby

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Nocturne in B-flat minor, Op. 9, No. 1

Bruce Levingston's full performance of Nocturne in B-flat minor, Op. 9, No. 1.

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Nocturne in B-flat minor, Op. 9, No. 1

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Touring the Marie Hull Exhibit

Marshall Ramsey and Bruce Levingston tour the Marie Hull exhibit at the Museum of Art.

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Touring the Marie Hull Exhibit

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