Oxford’s new arts center director likes smiling faces
by Eddie Burkhalter
eburkhalter@annistonstar.com
03:25 PM, Wednesday, April 16
John Longshore was chosen over seven other applicants who qualified for the civil service position to guide the $10.4 million Oxford theater, which opened in May 2013.

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