Vol. 40, No. 41
Victims’ rights advocates hope to enforce state laws designed to protect them with State Question 794, also known as Marsy’s Law.
By Nazarene Harris
Drew Edmondson and Kevin Stitt compete for the keys to the governor’s mansion.
The Foundation for Oklahoma City Public Schools ignites change with community collaboration.
Chicken-Fried News: The thin wooden line
By Gazette staff
Chicken-Fried News: Wild showdown
Chicken-Fried News: Handmaid University
Gazedibles: Gluten mindfulness
By Jacob Threadgill
Mi Tierra offers a delicious taste of Central American food not found elsewhere in the city.
By offering affordable and eclectic pasta, Pasta 2 Go aims to fill a takeout void in Oklahoma City market.
Chae Café carries the rest of Chae Modern Korean’s legacy to a new independent eatery on Western Avenue.
Chef-driven Health Koncious wants to make your holiday meals delicious and nutritious.
First Look: OSO brings forward-thinking taqueria concept to Paseo in late October
Radiolab host Jad Abumrad headlines Oklahoma Humanities’ first-ever Curiosity Fest.
By Jeremy Martin
Comic book artist and ambassador Jerry Bennett was awarded a one-year residency at The Skirvin Hilton Hotel to promote sequential art.
By Charles Martin
An exhibit at OKCMOA explores the ways the Pre-Raphaelites brought color and sincerity to art in the 19th century.
By Joshua Blanco
A new theater company plans to focus on individual Native American playwrights and theater crafters.
Mickey Reece’s new film Strike, Dear Mistress, and Cure His Heart screens at Rodeo Cinema Oct. 18.
The first Literati Variety Show will feature local writers, comedians, music and community discussion.
By Jo Light
Loose in OKC
Comedian and voice of Comedy Central Kyle Kinane returns to one of his favorite tour stops.
A mayor and a New York Times writer release two books competing to find meaning in Oklahoma City’s tumultuous past.
Puddles Pity Party will perform with his signature dour flair at Tower Theatre.
The New Tribe reunites with new music and fresh perspectives.
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