Festival season has sprung up again, and the metro is brimming with options to witness the diversity of Oklahoma’s entertainment culture.
Features Charles Martin
As the winter chill thaws and Oklahomans get restless for outdoor fun, festivals spring up all across the state, drawing art aficionados, history buffs, food connoisseurs and gearheads.
Good car care can defeat breakdowns before they happen
Features Gazette staff
April is National Car Care Month, but taking care of your vehicle is
important year-round. After all, according to CarCare.org, 72 percent of
all vehicles failed at least component of the safety inspection process
during a one-month study.
Letters to the Editor Steve Kern
I appreciated the tenor of Andy Sand’s response (Letters, “Free thoughts with the Kern clan,” April 20, Gazette) to
my April 13 “Counterpoint” Commentary, but he totally missed the point.
OKG7 things to do Gazette staff
Starting Tuesday through April 29, it’s time for Festival of the Arts,
this fine city’s annual rite of spring. You know what that means:
exhibiting artists, delicious food, nonstop live entertainment and,
quite possibly, torrential rainfall. It’s all downtown at the Myriad
Botanical Gardens, 301 W. Reno. Admission is free. Visit