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OKG Newsletter


Topic: Opinion

Upon further review


Letters to the Editor

Cristela Carrizales
I write this on my own. I am not a spokesperson for Ghostlight Theatre Club. I am a freelance artist who has worked for Reduxion Theatre Company, Carpenter Square Theatre and Oklahoma City Theatre Company as well as Ghostlight.
 
Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Point: Creating a boomtown in OKC


Commentary

Jonathan Small

The growth and success of Oklahoma City and the metro area is because of the hard work and dedication of its residents, great leadership and strategic decisions. The metro area is strategically positioning itself to be the hub for individual freedom, initiative and entrepreneurship.

 
Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Isn't it ironic


Letters to the Editor

James Nimmo
Regarding Clifton Adcock’s “Delayed reaction” (Nov. 2, Gazette):
 
Wednesday, November 9, 2011

‘Speaking truth to power’


Letters to the Editor

David Nickell
The first installment of James Cooper’s powerful cover story about the emergence of the LGBT community in Oklahoma City (“From closet to community,” Nov. 2, Oklahoma Gazette) is a reminder that social progress more often results from reactions of brave individuals willing to risk all than well-thought-out plans.
 
Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Performance enhancement


Letters to the Editor

Jay Hubbard
Please explain to actress and director Cristela Carrizales (Letters, “Upon further review,” Nov. 2, Gazette) that — though the stories her players portray may be interesting — people are not coming to see how the stories go.
 
Wednesday, November 9, 2011

'Wealth' of information


Letters to the Editor

Shane Woolbright
The commentary on eliminating state income taxes by Jonathan Small (“Creating a boomtown in OKC,” Nov. 2, Oklahoma Gazette) might make better sense if he took the federal tax code into consideration. State income taxes are deductible.
 
Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Boundary issues


Letters to the Editor

Rob Abiera
In reading the description of how police officers abused alleged code violations in order to harass and intimidate the owners of Angles back in the early ’80s (James Cooper, “From closet to community, part two,” Nov. 9, Gazette), I couldn’t help but be reminded of recent coverage (News, Clifton Adcock, “Midtown Mayhem,” Sept. 7, Gazette) of the ABLE Commission, whose activities in enforcing Oklahoma’s liquor laws contributed to the shutting down of the inaugural H&8th Night Market in August of this year.
 
Wednesday, November 16, 2011

A shot in the dark


Letters to the Editor

Tom Furlong
I find it interesting and instructive that on Page 19 of the Nov. 9 Gazette, Mark Hancock’s photo of the area where homosexuals congregate is shot in near darkness.
 
Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Spurned station


Letters to the Editor

Wanda Jo Stapleton
I’m responding to Clifton Adcock’s article “Spur of the moment” in the Nov. 2 Gazette. This article is about the problems regarding “the rail line, extending east of Santa Fe Station, which is slated to be the city’s future intermodal transportation hub.”
 
Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Counterpoint: Defending the disenfranchised


Commentary

Mark Faulk
What began as a single protest in a park on Wall Street two months ago has grown to thousands of cities across the world, including several occupations in Oklahoma.
 
Wednesday, November 16, 2011
 
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