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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.
 
Wednesday, February 15, 2012

The color of law

The battle of Ada Lois Sipuel Fisher in Oklahoma helped fuel the national civil rights movement.


News

Tricia Pemberton
The seven steps to the “colored” chair were just seven more humiliations to be endured in Ada Lois Sipuel Fisher’s long fight toward freedom.
 
Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Pepe Delgados Mexican Restaurante

Looking to break away from the Tex-Mex mold? Pepe delivers.


Restaurant Reviews

Doug Hill
Pepe Delgados Mexican Restaurante
702 Asp, Norman
321-6232

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.
 
Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Poised for progress

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.
 
Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Some Guy Who Kills People

Some movie that’s better than it sounds.


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).
 
Tuesday, July 17, 2012
 
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