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Max on Mummers, mack


Letters to the Editor

Max Weitzenhoffer
I used to perform at the Mummers Theater with Mack Scism before it was built. Mack, the longtime Mummers managing director, had a vision. He worked out of a garage. It was an in-the-round situation in a big garage downtown, and it was a very good operation.
 
Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Oral argument


Letters to the Editor

Frank Riddick
Randy Potts’ hermeneutic (Life, Greg Horton, “Walk this way,” Sept. 21, Gazette) would have to admit that murder has no conflict with Christianity.
 
Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Mmm ... Minty!

Norman’s much-loved Starlight Mints announce digital releases, singer’s solo album.

I’ve only enjoyed the pleasure of hearing the Starlight Mints play once, but it was most definitely enough to make the email I received from Allan Vest today a very happy one. 

According to Vest, the band’s two earliest albums, 2000’s “The Dream That Stuff Was Made Of” and  2003’s “Built On Squares” are now available for purchase from  iTunes, Amazon MP3, eMusic, Rhapsody, Napster and other digital music outlets. While OKS is personally very fond of “Rhino Stomp” and “Drowaton” in general, this is good news that the band’s older material’s finally found its way online. Now go buy it!

Vest, of Edmond, also said that he’s currently working on solo material in pursuit of a career in film and television scoring. Go, Oklahoma!













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Carpenter union

Carpenter Square Theatre puts its pieces back together as it finally settles into a new, permanent space.


Performing Arts

Eric Webb
A performing-arts institution with nearly 30 years of history in Oklahoma City, Carpenter Square Theatre has settled into a new location, after being forced out of its long-term home at Stage Center from heavy rain waters flooding the basement.
 
Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Lead on

Leadership Oklahoma City modestly celebrates three decades as a local nonprofit devoted to promoting community leadership skills among citizens.


News

Carmen Forman
Instead of throwing a big event for Leadership Oklahoma City’s 30th anniversary, Beth Shortt, executive director, said the organization plans to continue with its usual activities and classes, although the group has plans for some class reunions.
 
Wednesday, October 5, 2011

PR BS


CFN

Gazette staff
Lots of press releases cross our desk. Recently, these titles least screamed “Stop the presses!”
 
Wednesday, October 5, 2011

The Trip

Eat flay laugh.


Comedy

Rod Lott
Like the food its stars sample, “The Trip” isn’t for everyone’s tastes. Those who appreciate a subtle brand of humor that’s all about the details — in other words, British — should try it.
 
Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Math test

After Oklahoma weather failed them, the men of Mutemath make a calculated move to bring their ‘Odd Soul’ to town. Go forth and multiply.


Music

Matt Carney

Mutemath
8 p.m. Friday
The Conservatory
8911 N. Western
conservatoryokc.com
607-4805

 
Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Without Thunder

Life will go on. We promise.


Features

Matt Carney
The forecast for this lockout is Cold War, in more ways than one.
 
Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Lockout lookout

How the NBA’s work stoppage could affect OKC’s baseline.


News

Clifton Adcock
As the NBA and the National Basketball Player’s Association continue to negotiate a deal that would allow teams to play ball, concern is growing that the regular season may be affected by labor stoppage.
 
Wednesday, October 5, 2011
 
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