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OKG Newsletter


Topic: Features

Presumed Innocent' author to make OKC appearance


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Joanna Rus
best-selling author and attorney Scott Turow is the guest of honor at the Library Endowment Trust's sixth annual Literary Voices dinner, scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Thursday at the Oklahoma City Golf and ...
 
Thursday, April 17, 2008

Oklahoma's weapon of mass-media destruction celebrates first anniversary


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Rod Lott
On Tuesday, an Oklahoma City Web site hit a few thousand times each day celebrates its first anniversary. Unlike other well-traveled Web destinations, it does not provide a useful service or product, ...
 
Thursday, May 8, 2008

Oklahoma City author hopes to keep the Western alive and well


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Rod Lott
After growing up on a public library-fed diet of Western paperbacks, Sean Chandler was destined to write about cowboys when he first decided to tackle fiction five years ago. There was only one probl...
 
Thursday, May 8, 2008

Oklahoma offers several getaways at fuel-efficient distances


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Charles Martin
Oklahoma residents can make summer travel plans while keeping an eye on gasoline efficiency. Record oil prices are going to make the summer's vacation season costly, as the American Automobile Associ...
 
Thursday, May 22, 2008

Oklahoma City's urban gardeners can grow their own food for next to nothing


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Nathan Gunter
With grocery-store prices increasing, Oklahoma City residents have been able to grow their produce and save money. BOUTIQUE FADSTATE SOIL HELPING HANDS When I was 5, my dad took me out into the quar...
 
Thursday, May 22, 2008

Oklahoma boasts 11 different 'ecoregions'


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Jenny Coon Peterson
Oklahoma boasts 11 different "ecoregions" " more per square mile than any other state. Make it your mission this summer to explore what Oklahoma has to offer. Three to visit include Tahlequah, Bartles...
 
Thursday, May 22, 2008

Oklahoma boasts summer festival bonanza


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Charles Martin
Summer festival season is packed to the brim with happenings all across the Sooner State. Some festivals focus on food, some on art, while others key in on niche cultures and pastimes. deadCENTER Fi...
 
Thursday, May 22, 2008

Oklahoma City church hosts stroke-awareness event


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Jake Dalton
According to the American Heart Association, medical conditions such as diabetes, hypertension and sickle-cell anemia are more likely to afflict blacks than any other race. What's worse is that thes...
 
Thursday, May 29, 2008

New home provides new challenges for OSP choreographers


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Charles Martin
As Oklahoma Shakespeare in the Park moves to its new home, the choreographers face new challenges. Broken fingers, scratched eyelids, a broadsword to the head " such is life in the realm of stage fig...
 
Thursday, May 29, 2008

Oklahoma City holds RiverFest event


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Jake Dalton
The third annual Oklahoma RiverFest is a three-day celebration featuring river cruises, paddleboats, Chesapeake Boathouse tours, rowing demonstrations, a park of inflatables and the increasingly popul...
 
Thursday, June 5, 2008
 
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