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OKG Newsletter


Topic: airport

Felonious frisking

Also known as gate rape, according to reputable sources


CFN

Gazette staff
We’re glad to see what we have lovingly termed the “Hands Off My Junk, G-Man! Act of 2011” being introduced in our fine state House of Representatives.
 
Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Land of Oz

Fly in to Norman’s tiny Max Westheimer Airport for some classic diner grub. No security pat-downs required.


Restaurant Reviews

Joshua Boydston

Ozzie’s Diner
1700 Lexington Ave., Norman
364-9835
Owners: Mart and Debi Van Nostrand
Food style: American/Diner
Average check: $6 breakfast and lunch; $8 dinner

 
Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Turbulent Skies

Casper the friendly actor saves a plane.


Action

Rod Lott
It’s strangely comforting that “Turbulent Skies” hasn’t an original idea in its 87 minutes.
 
Monday, July 18, 2011

Room for improvement

Built for the sensibilities of 1960s consumers, the I-240 corridor is due for a makeover.


News

Mark Beutler
A few months ago, Oklahoma City officials began a study of the area surrounding Interstate 240. The study included a 4 1/2-mile stretch from Crossroads Mall on the east, to near Will Rogers World Airport on the west. Calling it “a candid look at the most important retail corridor in south Oklahoma City,” the “Envision 240” is an in-depth report about how the area can be improved.
 
Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Drive-In

Enjoy the show!


Comedy

Rod Lott
All but dead, the drive-in movie once was at the forefront of entertainment, as American as baseball, apple pie and Chevrolet. I can’t think of a film that bottles that nostalgia better than Drive-In, an obscure comedy worth hunting down.
 
Tuesday, September 18, 2012

7 TSA-banned items Wayne Coyne has yet to take through airport security (we think)


CFN

Gazette staff
Leave those grenades at home. The Flaming Lips’ Wayne Coyne learned that the hard way Nov. 10, when he tried to bring one on his carry-on bag when catching a flight at Will Rogers World Airport. Transportation Security Administration officials had to close the checkpoint for nearly an hour before determining the explosive, which Coyne said he had been given at a party in Arkansas, did not pose a threat. As far as we know, Wayne hasn’t yet tried to bring these on board the friendly skies:
 
Wednesday, November 21, 2012
 
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