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Topic: Shannon Cornman

Restaurant updates

Seven new OKC-area restaurants for you to explore

OKG7 Dining

Carol Smaglinski
Those with a strong attachment to eating calf fries swing on by to sample several pairs, which come with a compatible cocktail sauce. These delicacies are also nicknamed Montana tender-groins and are among Chubby’s top-sellers.
Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Oklahoma’s ablaze

Fires tear through northeast OKC.

Friday, September 2, 2011

Where the bison roam

Four seasons at the Tallgrass Prairie Preserve: a photo essay


Shannon Cornman
The Tallgrass Prairie Preserve north of Pawhuska is the largest native tallgrass prairie protected on the planet. Prior to settlement, the prairie was one of North America’s biggest ecosystems, spanning 142 million acres and 14 states from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico.
Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Smag 7: At-ease appetizers

OKG7 Dining

Carol Smaglinski
Friends stopping by for seasonal libations and pre-dinner delights? That’s easy enough! Stop in at any of the following local restaurants and pick up appetizers to wow your guests. Give the staff plenty of notice by calling ahead.
Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Use your noggin’

Eggnog is a delicious start to the decadent holidays. Here are some new twists to the cool-weather classic.

Food and Drink Features

Charles Martin
Nothing captures the rich decadence of the holiday season quite as perfectly as eggnog. Dense, satisfying and wickedly fattening, even bad eggnog is still darn good. This seasonal drink has reappeared on store shelves, coolers and on some menus of adventurous bars and coffee shops across the metro.
Wednesday, November 16, 2011

And we all shine on

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, everywhere in the metro.


Shannon Cornman
Judging from increased nighttime traffic around neighborhoods and area businesses, it’s safe to assume Oklahoma City residents love looking at Christmas lights. We admit it: We’re gawkers, too.
Wednesday, December 14, 2011

All is bright

The metro shines with displays of holiday lights and decor.


Gazette staff
Once a year, for about a month or more, people can get away with eye-popping light displays plastered outside their home or business in the name of seasonal decor.

And not just “get away with it,” either, but celebrate it, photograph it and commemorate it with song.

’Tis the season! As photographer Shannon Cornman found, there’s plenty of shining — or twinkling, as the case may be — holiday spirit to soak up among area neighborhoods and icons.
Wednesday, December 19, 2012