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OKG Newsletter

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Video Game Reviews

Mortal Kombat / L.A. Noire / Brink

Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Tornado watch

Tornado preparedness is necessary


Gazette staff
As recent tornado activity in the metro proved, it’s better to be safe than sorry, and part of being safe is having a disaster preparedness plan in place.
Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Kernel records

An Oklahoma History Center exhibit celebrates ‘Hee Haw’ as it traces the TV show’s roots to the Sooner State.

Visual Arts

Charles Martin
Any bona fide Okie has spent more than one weekend hour with the iconic, corny, country humor of “Hee Haw.”
Wednesday, June 8, 2011

A poet's passion

A metro-area writer uses empathy to connect with readers and youth.


Ryan Querbach
If you saw Robert Swain Lewis, you wouldn’t be surprised that he’s an Army veteran. You might not even be surprised to learn he works for the Oklahoma County Office of Juvenile Affairs. But, you would almost definitely be surprised that he is a published poet.
Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Missing: one TARDIS

Dr. Who is not on my list of


Gazette staff
“He can travel through time and space. He can fight the Cybermen and regenerate. But he can’t do it without his big, blue police box. And now it’s missing. This week, on ‘Doctor Who.’”
Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Fair play

We ate our way through the Oklahoma State Fair. So you don’t have to. (But we know you will.)

Food and Drink Features

Matt Carney, Rod Lott, Jenny Coon Peterson
We passed through the gates of the Oklahoma State Fair with empty stomachs and one goal: Eat. Eat it all. Fried. On a stick. Covered in bacon. Fried a second time.
Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Storytime, kids!

Humpty Dumpty and other “eggs-citing” characters await kids at Storybook Forest.


Carmen Forman
Sunday, ongoing
Wednesday, October 19, 2011