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OKG Newsletter


Topic: the lost ogle

Bar exam

Pop quiz: Where can you test your knowledge and share some drinks? Trivia night at local bars.


Features

Luke Atkinson
During the week, bars seem to have something missing from their social life.
 
Tuesday, January 18, 2011

‘Inspiration’ point

A recent public radio feature inspired Gov. Mary Fallin’s inaugural address.


News

Clifton Adcock
When Fallin gave her inaugural speech on Jan. 10, she concluded with an anecdote about her meeting Ed Vezey, a World War II veteran from Moore, who is believed to be the last living Oklahoman who was a crew member on the USS Oklahoma when the ship was attacked and sunk at Pearl Harbor.
 
Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Executive decision

Christina Fallin dresses like an extra in 'The Crow'...again


CFN

Gazette staff
A hyper-kinetic video on the online magazine’s site offered a “behind the scenes” look at the photo shoot, which juxtaposed Christina Fallin in her neo-goth attire against the columns at her momma’s Dutch Colonial mansion.
 
Wednesday, July 20, 2011

The Giving Tree

Tree & Leaf turns 5, but you get the presents.

It’s been a good five years for local designers/screen printers Tree & Leaf. From their Oklahoma tees to collaborations with The Spy, Daily Thunder and even The Lost Ogle, it has pretty much cornered the market in the metro (like a more benign J.P. Morgan).

And now, Tree & Leaf is celebrating its larger space with an open house Saturday at its shiny new retail/design/printing shop, 8405 N. Rockwell. The event kicks off at 7 p.m. with food from Odelay, beer from Coop, music and free T-shirts that will be printed on the spot for partygoers. And it’s all free.

Go check them out, and get there early to snag a tee.

by Jenny Coon Peterson 07.28.2011 2 years ago
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In the raw, in the rough

'Sorry ma'am, but this isn't that kind of club.'


CFN

Gazette staff
While, for some, playing a round of golf in 100-degree weather with the local Elk’s Lodge in Woodward might seem slightly more fun than diving into a swimming pool filled with broken glass and rubbing alcohol, someone there apparently found a way to liven things up: by gettin’ nekkid!
 
Wednesday, August 17, 2011
 
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