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OKG Newsletter


Topic: archives

‘A little bit unreal’

Oklahoma City native Anthony Shadid, a Pulitzer Prize winner, reflects on surviving the invasion of Baghdad and his current book tour.


News

Ben Fenwick
Editor's note: In light of the Feb. 16 death of Anthony Shadid, Oklahoma Gazette has pulled this Sept. 28, 2005, article from its archives.
 
Friday, February 17, 2012

Exploring ambiguity

Anthony Shadid, Oklahoma City native and Pulitzer Prize winner, will relate the complexities and tragedies of the war in Iraq in his forthcoming book, a collection of tales from Baghdad.


News

Marie Doezema
Editor's note: In light of the Feb. 16 death of Anthony Shadid, Oklahoma Gazette has pulled this July 14, 2004, article from its archives.
 
Friday, February 17, 2012

The Phantom of Crestwood

She deserved it. Case closed.


Thriller

Rod Lott
From 1932, the mystery The Phantom of Crestwood may be one of Hollywood’s first gimmick flicks. That doesn’t make it any good, however.
 
Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Thinkin’ about Woody

Woody Guthrie’s legacy shines bright in 2012.


Music

Hugh Foley
Editor’s note: With Saturday marking Woody Guthrie’s 100th birthday, we asked music scholar Hugh Foley for his take on why Guthrie still matters. A professor at Rogers State University in Claremore, Foley is the author of the Oklahoma Music Guide II and a founding board member of the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame.
 
Wednesday, July 11, 2012
 
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