Impending work stoppage dangerous for fledgling OKC team
Sports Clark Matthews
Things could not be going much better for the Thunder organization. It has two of the brightest stars in the league, just acquired the big man it has coveted for years, and is lauded as a potential dynasty. Most importantly, the market is absolutely in love with the franchise.
Well, frequently asked by Oklahoma Gazette, that is. We polled 12 local acts about their expectations for South by Southwest.
Music Stephen Carradini
If Oklahoma sounds a bit quieter today than usual, it’s for good reason: A slew of state musicians are in Texas, at Austin’s South by Southwest music conference, running through Saturday.
With no filmmaking experience, Oklahoma native Toni Robison-May created the short ‘Hurts Like Love,’ now making festival rounds.
Features Courtney Silva
As a young girl, Toni Robison-May caught the acting bug. Growing up in
Edmond, she would spend her days watching Shakespeare in the Park,
dreaming about one day being the in the spotlight.
LGBT community news returns, this time with a shorter name and wider coverage area.
News Emily Summars
The Gayly, a newspaper focusing on lesbian, gay, bisexual and
transgender topics and events, is filling the void left by its
predecessor, The Gayly Oklahoman, which closed in 2006 after covering
the beat for more than two decades.
Enlist in ‘Captain America,’ the final and finest superhero adventure of a summer season flooded with them.
Features Rod Lott
“Captain America: The First Avenger” is Marvel’s third — third! —
superhero movie just this summer, following “Thor” and “X-Men: First
Class,” so it would be reasonable to expect audiences to be burned out
on men in tights.