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.
OKG7 things to do Gazette staff
Arena-rock act Angels & Airwaves screens its sci-fi space epic,
“Love,” tonight at Cinemark Tinseltown, 6001 N. Martin Luther King; AMC
Quail Springs Mall 24, 2501 W. Memorial; and Hollywood Spotlight 14,
1100 N. Interstate Drive in Norman.
Letters to the Editor Edwin Kessler
There is an excellent article on water issues (“H 2 NO”) in the July 27 Gazette. There
are important reasons beyond those presented in Clifton Adcock’s
article for opposing sale of any of Oklahoma’s fresh waters to Fort
Worth, Tarrant County, Texas.
Letters to the Editor Mack Paul
The Rev. Steve Kern (Letters, “Fuel for fossil debate,” July 27, Gazette) invites
derision rather than serious rebuttal when he writes of “observable
evidence that has convinced me that dinosaurs and man lived at the same
time,” and bolsters the argument with assurances that he does indeed
realize that the Earth is round.
For those of you who recall their performance at this year’s Norman Music Festival, Japanese anime/cartoon/metal-ish band Peelander-Z provided a batshit-insane hour’s worth of crowd-interactive entertainment that included human bowling, a giant squid and choreographed dancing. It was hilarious and somewhat terrifying.
Opolis announced Peelander’s mighty return to Norman yesterday on its Facebook page. I tremble at the thought of those three little men performing in a tiny, enclosed space so close to my home. The show’s set for Sept. 10th. You can watch the band’s “interview” at NMF3 below. Also be sure to check out the end of the songs “Tacos, Tacos, Tacos” and “So Many Mike.”
In the words of Samuel L. Jackson: “Hold on to your butts.”