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OKG Newsletter


Topic: Features

Oklahoma City siblings create Bluetooth motorcycle helmet


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Greg Horton
Three Oklahoma City siblings are bringing Bluetooth to motorcyclists by integrating the technology into the helmet, freeing riders from clumsy cell phone calls and cumbersome headpieces. Blutek, the s...
 
Thursday, September 11, 2008

Tornado Alley Rollergirls auction off plaster casts to help fight cancer


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Deborah Benjamin
The cold, wet plaster crept down the torso of the young woman standing near the window. Her mummified chest looked a little like a tube top, only this top was a little slimy feeling. BREAST CANCER BO...
 
Thursday, September 18, 2008

Neighborhood holds annual Mesta Festa event


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Joe Wertz
Mesta Festa has become and end-of-the-summer staple for residents of one the metro's oldest historical neighborhoods. Organizers expect this year's festival, which starts 11 a.m. Saturday, to bring ...
 
Thursday, September 18, 2008

Weekend outings spread out to all corners of state this fall


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Charles Martin
Wedged between the brutal heat of summer and the vicious cold of winter is the sweet relief of fall, and festival organizers will make the most of the temperate weather to lure Oklahomans away from co...
 
Thursday, September 25, 2008

Oklahoma 'wheelie' perfect for fall riding adventure


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Valerie Kramer Davis
Hit the red dirt "¦ or the sandy dirt, or the rocky dirt, or the hard-pack clay dirt, the mud or a mixture of them all. In this Red Dirt state, one can even get a taste of desert dunes in Little Sahara...
 
Thursday, September 25, 2008

Fall into fashion with this guide to the season's top trends


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Valerie Kramer Davis
Ready or not, it's time to pull on your boots and denim " and switch gears. There's just something about this season's fashion. Maybe it's the craze of back-to-school shopping or just the relief from ...
 
Thursday, September 25, 2008

Corn and sorghum mazes draw city dwellers


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Charles Martin
When Jerry Reding looked out across his vast farm in Chickasha, he saw possibility. Not for a standard cash crop or livestock, but a puzzle. Less than a year later, sprawled across 20 acres of rich so...
 
Thursday, September 25, 2008

Web site combines social networking with savvy fashion sense


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Renee Selanders
Any girl who has seen the movie "Clueless" can understand the significance and novelty of having a virtual closet like Alicia Silverstone's character. Rather than wander into her Beverly Hills-sized...
 
Thursday, October 2, 2008

Halloween culture conference celebrates things that go bump in the night


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Charles Martin
Ghosts and ghouls will be haunting Oklahoma City a few weeks early this year as Halloween enthusiasts flock to the fan conference spooktacular, TrickConTreat. Organizers have crammed in so many elem...
 
Thursday, October 2, 2008

Utopia Joe' balances art, new television series


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Charles Martin
Fine art is bold, messy and strident. Commercial art is ordered, direct and utilitarian. Somewhere in the middle is "Utopia Joe," aka Joe Bohrer, an admittedly obsessive-compulsive Oklahoma City artis...
 
Thursday, October 16, 2008
 
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