Vol. 41, No. 9
Chicken-Fried News: Purloined playthings
By Gazette staff
Chicken-Fried News: Ninjutsu politics
Chicken-Fried News: Moat problems
Cover: Music gamble
Concert promotion is more of a risky business than most live music lovers realize.
By Jeremy Martin
Black Oklahomans deal with deep, significant challenges that have faced them for decades and will continue to affect them disproportionately without criminal justice reform.
By Miguel Rios
Cooking with cannabis goes beyond brownies with pot-infused pistachio pesto.
By Matt Dinger and Jacob Threadgill
GreenGrow Expo offers educational classes and exhibits for patients, growers and distributors.
By Matt Dinger
Cartoon: Lord of the cling
By Ingvard Ashby
By Jacob Threadgill
Locally owned franchise Sam’s Southern Eatery delivers good shrimp and oysters at an affordable price.
New options make it easier to eat healthy when going through the drive-thru.
A Bronx Tale deviates from usual musical storylines and focuses on a young man caught between his father and the mob.
A Norman-based Japanese artist tells stories through egg statues in his latest exhibit.
The musical Girlfriend uses a classic alt-rock album to examine young, gay romance in the early 1990s.
By Matthew Price
Adam Cooper expands on a London production of Grand Hotel on a bigger stage at University of Oklahoma.
Theater company Celtic Nights shares a musical story of Irish immigrants.
Local author Kim Ventrella’s newest book continues helping children explore different aspects of death.
Care and feeding
Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma’s Chef’s Feast 2019 ensures that important programs continue to fight hunger.
By Charles Martin
Fairy tale eggs
This year, OKCMOA’s annual benefit, Omelette Party, has an enchanting theme.
Floetry in motion
Marsha Ambrosius continues hitting high notes in her music career and sets her sights on scoring films.
ACM@UCO’s .WAV Festival celebrates female artists and musicians with two days of performances.
By Jo Light
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