CFN Gazette staff
There’s no better way around this: Oklahomans like to boink. Shtup. Roll
in the hay. Get it on. Bang a gong. File acts of congress. Adjust the
horizontal knob. Kern-hole. Unite for the greater good.
Pop Alyssa Grimley
Amanda Earhart’s sound is hard to categorize. Think today’s pop, but
with fewer thump-thump club beats and synthesizers, traded for more
undoctored vocals and guitar. Throw in a dash of country twang and a
sprinkling of piano and violin, and that’s a start.
Red and black antennas waving, they all do it the same.
Drama Rod Lott
Charlton Heston comes second-billed to eventual Sound of Music baroness Eleanor Parker in 1954's The Naked Jungle.
Nowhere in the credits is there room to list the true stars — or at
least the reason for watching: millions and millions of mean-ass ants.
Documentary Rod Lott
For someone who claims to be so uncomfortable in front of the camera, Bert Stern never shuts up in Original Madman,
the documentary about him. And I'm sure glad he didn't, as the story of
his life is a must-absorb for anyone interested in film, fashion,
photography, art, design, advertising, popular culture, counterculture
... oh, hell, let's say American history in general.
Chicago the musical hits the marquee of the Civic Center Music Hall — and a nearly sold-out run.
Features Giancarlo Gonzalez
Chicago, the award-winning national touring musical revival, is a
spectacular treat for Oklahoma City. This is the longest-running
American musical in Broadway history, and its sleek, jazzy, fun, dark,
sexy, amazing songs and dances, along with its high-energy performances,
will make for a memorable night for those lucky enough to see it.
Accolades cover the show from head to toe.