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Shadid is ‘We the people’

2014 MAYORAL ELECTION


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Shauna Lawyer Struby
When I first met Ed Shadid in 2011, he was running for Oklahoma City’s Ward 2 council seat. I expected the standard superficial political gesture and thrust out my hand, saying, “Nice to meet you, Dr. Shadid.” He met my eyes directly, shook my hand and responded, “Please, just call me Ed.”
 
Wednesday, February 26, 2014

H2OMG!

As if the drought isn’t enough, Oklahoma’s climate-change scientists warn of more extreme weather.


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Shauna Lawyer Struby
Oklahomans tend toward the folksy and poetic when talking about the mercurial qualities of the state’s terrain, weather and geography. It’s a relationship forged living amid volatile weather in a place that, per square mile, boasts the most ecosystems in the nation, where ecological disasters of epic proportions, such as The Dust Bowl, take place.
 
Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Once upon a time on Paseo

OKC’s longtime arts district flourishes with the times.


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Shauna Lawyer Struby
In 1928, Gilbert Apple Nichols — dentist, early Oklahoma City developer, and future founder of Nichols Hills — began construction on a tiny three-block shopping district on what was then the edge of Oklahoma City.
 
Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Leader of the Pack


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Shauna Lawyer Struby
The people of the Iroquois Confederacy are one of the world's old­est living democracies, predating the United States of America by as much as 500 years. One of the Confederacy's principles is des...
 
Thursday, December 24, 2009
 
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