Berlin Green
When the lights went out on the Blue Note last year, Chris Simon and Jerry Redd promised a facelift of the iconic Uptown venue. This month, they make good on it.

Fresh Note

May 18-31, 2022

Vol. 44, No. 10

When the lights went out on the Blue Note last year, Chris Simon and Jerry Redd promised a facelift of the iconic Uptown venue. This month, they make good on it.

Born to be Blue

OKC’s historic Blue Note Lounge readies a fresh start in a rapidly changing city.

By Brett Fieldcamp

News

Food & Drink

  • Gazedibles: Hamburger Season

    Whether single or stacked with patties, caramelized or char-broiled, crowned with crazy toppings or simply a slice of cheese, the hamburger in its endless variations stands the test of time to remain a steadfast American favorite.

    By Berlin Green

  • Homegrown

    The new menu at Milo inside the Ellison Hotel brings together historic and contemporary flavors for a new, but classic Oklahoma cuisine.

    By Matt Dinger

Arts & Culture

Music

  • Soundcheck: Cliffdiver - Exercise Your Demons

    The trending Tulsa emo band copes with mental illness through raw lyrics, surreal humor, and lots of saxophone on its debut full-length.

    By Evan Jarvicks

  • Getting filthy

    Currently on tour to support their 12th album, Existence is Futile, Cradle of Filth’s founding member and vocalist Dani Filth spoke with Oklahoma Gazette ahead of their May 20 show at Diamond Ballroom.

    By Matt Dinger

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