Visual Arts Sara Custer
The permanent collection at the Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural
History, 2401 Chautauqua in Norman, has been raided to create the
largest ever public showing of 100 objects dating back more than 2,000
Letters to the Editor James Nimmo
Are America’s gay and lesbian service members better off with DADT now
on the way to the trash can of prejudice? Are gays and lesbians in
civilian life better off without DADT on the books?
No joke: One of regional rap’s brightest stars is a white kid from suburban Tulsa, fresh out of college. Meet Josh Sallee.
Music Joshua Boydston
Josh Sallee is a 2010 graduate of the University of Central Oklahoma, facing the same frightening job market as fellow grads across the country. Luckily, he doesn’t have to worry about it — at least for now — because he’s got another gig lined up that’s been serving him pretty well.
Ready for a slice? Pies are poised to become the breakout dessert of 2011.
Food and Drink Features Malena Lott
They don’t call it “as American as apple pie” for nothing. Simple, cheap
and quick have always been hallmarks of patriotic popularity (hot dogs
and hamburgers, anyone?), and that goes double when it’s also piping hot
and delicious. And popular.
CFN Gazette staff
At the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber’s legislative forum Jan. 27, attendees received a booklet with the goals for this year’s session. A full-page Chesapeake Energy advertisement touted “Natural Gas is fueling Oklahoma’s future” with a large, full-color photo of the downtown OKC skyline sans Devon Energy’s $750 million, 50-story tower.
Letters to the Editor Mack Paul
Grant “Jake” Goss (Letters, “Councilman misfires with gun comment,” Feb. 16, Gazette) makes
an excellent point in his defense of gun ownership when he compares the
efforts at gun control with efforts to criminalize drugs.
Letters to the Editor Karen Webb
Obviously, Keith Kelley (Letters, “‘Gunhating zealots’ are perpetuating backward thought,” Feb. 9, Oklahoma Gazette) and Bryan Scott (“Who’s paranoid?,” Feb. 2) think it is illegal for Oklahomans to leave the state, and they are oblivious to the fact that Oklahoma law does not cover the entire United States.