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OKG Newsletter

Topic: hurricane

Beasts of the Southern Wild

One of the great child performances anchors an imaginative fantasy.


Kathryn Jenson White
Rather than going to Beasts of the Southern Wild, you should approach the theater with the idea of going with it.
Wednesday, July 25, 2012

After the hurricane

A couple of OKC restaurants are raising funds today for victims of Sandy.

Food and Drink Features

Gazette staff
In an effort to help those impacted by Superstorm Sandy, S&B Burger Joint, 20 N.W. Ninth and 5929 N. May, has partnered up with Iguana Mexican Grill, 9 N.W. Ninth and 6482 Avondale Drive, to donate a portion of today’s sales to the victims of that disaster.
Wednesday, November 7, 2012



Gazette staff
When you’re from a state that has its fair share of natural disasters — tornadoes, drought, Toby Keith — it’s easy to understand the importance of helping other areas stricken by calamity.
Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Payback politics?


Gazette staff
Who knew weather had, as Stephen Colbert might say, a well-known political bias? That seemed to be the case last week as the tornado that leveled Moore also reignited a long-running debate in Washington, D.C., over federal spending for emergencies. Republicans say Democrats dress up emergency spending bills with unneeded extras, while Dems counter that Repubs don’t want to spend money for victims of natural disasters.
Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Too red for government aid?

Letters to the Editor

Barbara Johnson
Oklahoma by record is the “reddest” state in the Union. It is the only state in which every county voted Republican in the last two presidential elections. The Republicans have made it clear that they feel the government is an enemy — a “tyrannical” government that further compounds the right to bear arms as a necessity for protection against such government. It has been made clear that their feeling is that they do not need the government in their lives.
Wednesday, June 12, 2013

New order

New Orleans museum curator brings her experiences of saving artwork after Hurricane Katrina.

Visual Arts

Devon Green

New Orleans Museum of Art: Restoring Hope After Hurricane Katrina

Noon-1 p.m., March 26

Ronald J. Norick Downtown Library

Friends of the Library Event Room

300 Park Ave.



Wednesday, March 19, 2014