Vol. 40, No. 45
Chicken-Fried News: Borderline idiocy
By Gazette staff
Chicken-Fried News: Mullin it over
Seven streetcars will operate within Oklahoma City beginning Dec. 14.
By Nazarene Harris
While other areas of the country faced long lines and technical errors, Oklahoma and Cleveland counties saw few Election Day problems.
By Miguel Rios
39-year old native Oklahoman David Holt is Oklahoma City’s youngest mayor and the latest to strive for balance as the city’s leader.
Medical marijuana is now legal in Oklahoma, and a handful of dispensaries are already offering smokeable product.
By Matt Dinger
By Jacob Threadgill
Tokyo Japanese Restaurant is one of Oklahoma City’s oldest sushi options, and it’s still delivering the hits with an expanding menu.
An Oklahoma City Public Schools graduate turned Bravo TV star chef returns to the classroom and teaches students how to be resourceful in the kitchen.
The Hall’s Pizza Kitchen grows from food truck to successful brick-and-mortar Midtown destination.
Edmond’s Kafutoh African Food Mart provides food staples and recipes to educate customers.
Vienna Boys Choir performs at Edmond’s Armstrong Auditorium Nov. 20.
By Daniel Bokemper
A sculpture professor from University of Oklahoma encourages exploration with an installation meant to be engaged, if not entirely understood.
By Charles Martin
With Love Never Dies, Andrew Lloyd Webber expands the world of The Phantom of the Opera, returning to its characters and their choices in love, song and locale.
By Ian Jayne
Film actor Stephen Lang brings the stories of eight recipients of the Medal of Honor in one-man show Beyond Glory.
By Jeremy Martin
An encaustic artist recreates the cancers attacking her family in an effort to process the struggle that took her father and threatens her mother.
OKG Shop: Unique jewel
From The Girlie Show organizer to demi-fine jewelry trendsetter, Erin Merryweather continues to advocate for Oklahoma’s handcrafted vanguard.
Oklahoma City magician Jonathan Meyer has spent his life studying and practicing magic.
Smoking Popes wrestle with spirituality, fame and bad politics on Into the Agony.
Kevin Barnes takes of Montreal into uncharted waters with White Is Relic / Irrealis Mood.
By Jo Light
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