What we ate in 68

Oct 17-23, 2018

Vol. 40, No. 42

Cover: What we ate in '68

Oklahoma City’s dining scene was radically different 50 years ago.

By Jacob Threadgill


Food & Drink

Arts & Culture

  • Pop stars

    Classical trio Time for Three combines traditional standards with pop music at Armstrong Auditorium.

    By Jeremy Martin

  • Wondrous production

    Oklahoma City Ballet mounts an ambitious production of Alice (in Wonderland).

    By Jeremy Martin

  • Bloody good

    Carpenter Square Theatre gets into the Halloween season with horror satire Slasher.

    By Jeremy Martin

  • Hunting eggs

    An international artist and storyteller explores viewer projection in a cross-discipline collaboration with University of Oklahoma College of Fine Arts.

    By Charles Martin

  • HALLOWEEN: Goth style

    Oklahoma Gazette takes Halloween into high fashion territory with its cover shoot

    By George Lang

  • Flowering minds

    Girl Scouts Western Oklahoma will soon break ground on a new camp with a focus on STEM programming.

    By Jo Light

  • Original print

    OKG explores literary legends with lesser-known local roots from Oklahoma’s past and present.

    By Charles Martin

  • Court jester

    Russell Westbrook and Demetrius Deason put points on the board with Why Not?? Comedy Show.

    By Joshua Blanco

  • Book beginnings

    The first Oklahoma Book Festival brings dozens of local and national authors together for a free cele-bration of reading, writing and libraries.

    By Ian Jayne


  • Sick boys

    Venerable punk band Social Distortion will play Oklahoma City’s Diamond Ballroom on Oct. 24.

    By Jo Light

  • Metal Country

    Swedish band Avatar theatrically explores its metallic realm with Avatar Country.

    By Jeremy Martin

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