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OKG Newsletter


Topic: tornado

Say it ain’t so, Joe


CFN

Gazette staff
You would think after 44 years as a hotshot journalist that Joe Klein, the author of the political novel Primary Colors and current Time magazine contributor, would know to do his research.
 
Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Various artists — Support Local Heroes: Vol 1


Eclectic

Zach Hale
Now in its fourth season, the Lower Bricktown Live outdoor summer concert series has serenaded Bricktown patrons with live performances by some of the metro’s most admired musicians. The free event has risen steadily in popularity, offering a glimpse of our city’s ever-budding arts scene and an opportunity to enjoy a night on the town while supporting local artists.
 
Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Coming attractions

Nearly wiped out by a recent twister, the city’s iconic Winchester Drive In Theatre promises a swift reboot.


Features

Louis Fowler
When May’s bout of wicked weather rampaged across the metro, images of the devastation of Moore overshadowed — and rightly so — the comparatively minor destruction in Oklahoma City. After heavy winds calmed and the flooding subsided, many area businesses found themselves having to pick up their own pieces.
 
Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Sweet charity


Letters to the Editor

Jeannie Yarger
In regard to “Atheists, assemble” in Chicken-Fried News (June 5, Oklahoma Gazette): Charity is not a religious issue. It is a class-warfare issue.
 
Wednesday, July 10, 2013

None of your business


Letters to the Editor

Carl Hall
In “Too red for government aid?” (Letters to the editor, June 12, Oklahoma Gazette) Barbara Johnson of Hurst, Texas, listed a number of wealthy Oklahoma celebrities and business owners. She then commented, “I would think they would eagerly step forward to finance what is needed,” after the recent tornadoes.
 
Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Back to class

Moore elementary school educators start over with the help of an adopt-a-teacher program.


News

Dean Anderson
Valerie Singleton has been a teacher at Moore’s Briarwood Elementary School for more than 25 years.

 
Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Culture wars

Amid some opposition, American Indian Cultural Center & Museum officials hope donors remain loyal to the uncompleted venue.


News

Tim Farley

Supporters of the half-built American Indian Cultural Center & Museum (AICCM) were days away from receiving $40 million in state funds this state legislative session when a deadly tornado ripped through south Oklahoma City and Moore.
 
Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Magic it


OKG7 things to do

Gazette staff
Unfortunately, the pets that disappeared in May’s severe weather outbreak were not performing magic tricks. But world-renowned illusionist and Norman native Rob Lake will at Magic for Moore, a performance benefitting local animal-rescue charities Friends for Folks and Second Chance. The show is at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at Norman’s Nancy O’Brian Center for the Performing Arts, 1809 N. Stubbeman. Tickets are $10-$35. Visit roblake.com.

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Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Resilient repetition

What about the other issues that emerge more slowly and with fewer cliches nearly 6 months after May's weather disaster?


Commentary

Kurt Hochenauer
Anyone who has lived in the Oklahoma City area for a long time knows the post-disaster refrains by heart.
 
Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Nowhere to hide

A new report shows that nearly 140,000 metro public school students and workers are unprotected during severe weather.


News

Tim Farley
More than 140,000 public school students, teachers and staff members in the Oklahoma City metro are unprotected from potential killer tornadoes, according to a survey commissioned by an Oklahoma lawmaker.
 
Wednesday, October 2, 2013
 
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