OKG7 things to do Gazette staff
For Black History Month, Urban Roots at 322 N.E. Second takes us back in
time with texts and narratives related to African and African-American
history, exchanged from generation to generation.
What works: Unique family recipes for dishes that are cooked to order. What needs work: How about tamales every day … not just on Fridays. The tip: Afro-Mexican heritage adds to the menu’s mix of flavors.
Southern Baptists in Oklahoma react to the election of the national organization’s first African-American president.
News Greg Horton
The Southern Baptist Convention has elected its first African-American
president. Fred Luter, New Orleans pastor of Franklin Avenue Baptist
Church, won during the SBA’s annual meeting today in New Orleans.
Thriller Rod Lott
You hear a title like Some Guy Who Kills People and think, "Is that all
the energy and enthusiasm they can muster?" Well, this little thriller
is a surprise, all underpromising and overdelivering, mostly due to a
deft performance by '90s indie-film mainstay Kevin Corrigan (The Dictator).