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Chicken-Fried News: Snake eyes

News

Chicken-Fried News: Snake eyes

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Big picture

Arts & Culture

Big picture

Denise Duong’s “Life in the Light” mural adorns a new high-rise parking garage in West Village.

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SUMMER GUIDE Destination meals

Food & Drink

SUMMER GUIDE Destination meals

No matter the direction you’re heading, there is a meal worth seeking out.

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Fan service

Music

Fan service

Rocklahoma features a diverse array of musicians performing classic hits as well as new material.

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Salvadoran specialty

Food & Drink

Salvadoran specialty

El Majahual serves up Oklahoma City’s best pupusas.

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Cartoon: Circle of life (in prison)

News

Cartoon: Circle of life (in prison)

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Closing time

News

Closing time

Cannabis Aid was one of the first Oklahoma City dispensaries to offer cannabis flower for sale. Now it is one of the first to close its doors.

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Deadly force

News

Deadly force

The recent shooting of a teenager by Edmond police elicits outrage.

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Gerle talk

Music

Gerle talk

Gerle Haggard puts a women’s spin on the bard of Bakersfield.

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Color movement

Arts & Culture

Color movement

An OKCMOA exhibit explores art focused on the act of creating it instead of the final product.

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Decade strong

Food & Drink

Decade strong

Park Harvey Sushi celebrates 10 years downtown by strengthening its wine bar while embracing its sports bar roots.

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Cover: Planting prosperity

News

Cover: Planting prosperity

Oklahoma’s medical cannabis industry is roaring, with more than $1 million in tax revenue collected in April. But federal prohibition makes headaches for entrepreneurs and professionals.

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Polling projects

News

Polling projects

A third-party poll gauges Oklahoma City residents’ opinions on some MAPS 4 ideas.

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Boom town

News

Boom town

John F. Kennedy neighborhood residents are looking at any and all options to help ease the explosions at nearby recycling centers.

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Angry blues

Music

Angry blues

Black Joe Lewis & The Honeybears brings its newest album to 89th Street — OKC.

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Gazedibles: Chocolate holiday

Food & Drink

Gazedibles: Chocolate holiday

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Softball mecca

Arts & Culture

Softball mecca

Construction on OGE Energy Field is hurried in advance of Women’s College World Series.

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Chicken-Fried News: Still smokin’

News

Chicken-Fried News: Still smokin’

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Rooted in love

News

Rooted in love

Muslim Oklahomans continue celebrating Ramadan and repelling hate with love amidst growing Islamophobia across the world.

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Kicking stereotypes

News

Kicking stereotypes

Daniel Boyington of Tokie Tees organized a charity kickball tournament over Memorial Day weekend to help change the stereotype of lazy potheads.

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Nichols perspective

Food & Drink

Nichols perspective

En Croûte and St. Mark’s Chop Room & Bar benefit from new direction under chef Kevin Ward.

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