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OKG Newsletter

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Five New Year’s resolutions for the OKC Thunder


Royce Young
What’s a guy to do when the year turns over and he’s got a commentary due soon? Why write a New Year’s resolution piece over the topic he covers, that’s what!
Wednesday, January 12, 2011

CFN QOTW, Part Deux

We've got a temporary mobster.


Gazette staff
“A reputed Rhode Island mobster arrested last month in Florida has been temporarily relocated to Oklahoma City.
Wednesday, February 16, 2011

CFN QOTW Part Deux

No, really, this is true.


Gazette staff
“I figured if he was going to use my ring tone, then I should certainly use his ring tone. … I would prefer that he would come and sing and perform a concert here and buy a suite. We still have some available.”
Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Downtown lacks a decent grocery store

Letters to the Editor

Maj. John Haley
I live near the Oklahoma City Museum of Art. Having come back from Europe (I am in the military), I miss the ability to just walk to a small grocery store near my residence to purchase groceries.
Wednesday, March 23, 2011

CFN QOTW, Part Deux

Maher for president?


Gazette staff
“Oklahoma Gazette (I pronounce it Gay- Zette) has a cartoon likeness of (Bill) Maher on the front cover riding on the top of a tank looking like Michael Dukakis when that goofball blew any chance he might have had in his failed run for president, more years back than I want to remember.”
Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Hostel / Hostel: Part II

Hurt so good.


Rod Lott
Few critics are unable to see through the violence and admit there's a real artfulness at work in Eli Roth's pair of Hostel films, both now available in their unrated director's cuts on a single, budget-priced Blu-ray from Mill Creek Entertainment.
Thursday, September 27, 2012