This video is about Alabama Game Week

Oxford Treehouse Gallery (formerly Neill Studios), began with a move to beautiful Lafayette County. Walter and Vivian Neill started with a blacksmith shop in 2002. Walter built a painting studio/gallery nestled in the trees (some actually supporting the porches) in 2005, and the chicken palace in 2008 completed the evolution. The gallery doubled as their home and studio until construction was finished on their house on the same property in 2013. “We opened Oxford Treehouse Gallery to share this space with other artists and to provide the public with a fine art experience in an unconventional gallery setting,” Vivian says. “We strive to fill the studio with art that we love and appreciate, that is both functional within the home and adds to the simple beauty of everyday life.” Oxford Treehouse Gallery is located at 328 County Road 418 (on Fudgetown Road close to the intersection of Highway 334) and is open Thursday through Saturday, 12 to 6 p.m. and by appointment. Call (662) 236-1667 for more information.

This video is about the Ole Miss VS Memphis Game. Shots from the Grove as well as from the sidelines at the game.

Go Rebels! #hottytoddy #olemiss http://ift.tt/1rsuqJO

Go Rebels! #hottytoddy #olemiss http://ift.tt/1rsuqJO

This video is about Chucky Mullins

Primitive artist Joe Wrenn of Charleston, Mississippi, held an art show and reception Sept. 25 at The Powerhouse in Oxford. After selling most of his work, Wrenn was so excited he broke into dance with his wife Barbara during Bill Abel’s performance at the reception.

This video is about Blair Hobbs and her “Freakshow” artwork, as well as her upcoming show.

This video is about Nutrition Initiatives in Oxford

If we could pick a favorite street this would be it. http://ift.tt/1sn65Ye

If we could pick a favorite street this would be it. http://ift.tt/1sn65Ye

Mike Salts, chef, cooks up a ribeye sandwich for Callie Daniels, staff reporter at HottyToddy.com.