CFN Gazette staff
In response to the April 27 story “Fame monster” carried over from
KFOR-TV to Chicken-Fried News. I would like to raise an issue with the
manner in which the story was reported, and the greater ignored issue.
An amendment that would allow the ordination of gay clergy has some Presbyterian ministers talking schism.
News Greg Horton
The Presbyterian Church (USA) moved closer to ordaining LGBT candidates for ministry last month. The Twin Cities Presbytery in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area became the 87th presbytery to ratify Amendment 10-A, which changed previous language that only allowed for married or celibate candidates to be considered.
Letters to the Editor J.A. Gowman
The main reason creationists criticize evolution is that it is still
just a scientific “theory,” not a scientific “law.” A “theory” starts
out as a plausible idea, for which evidence is collected.
I have a hard time saying Cafe Kacao
without accenting the end like a loud, exuberant toucan. (ka-KOW!) But
it somehow seems appropriate for this restaurant, which focuses on the
savory, spicy flavors of Guatemala and southern Mexico.
You don't want to see the film that was set in Stillwater.
CFN Gazette staff
Opening Friday in select cities (read: likely not ours) is the dramedy
“Dirty Girl,” which we only mention because it’s set in Norman, and
definitely not because it looks like there’s a scene in which the
leading lady might be forced to strip for some quick cash.
Coffee shops fight back against brutal summer heat waves by offering something a bit cooler to satisfy those jonesing for a perfect brew.
Food and Drink Features Charles Martin
After weeks suffering under the blistering summer sun, the thought of a
piping-hot cup of coffee might not pique interest as it would in winter.
That doesn’t mean coffee shops are closing their doors and waiting out
the heat wave, but rather shifting their focus.