Fiction Issue: Ambidorksterous

By Jeremy “Will Wizard” Williams My friends, there is a war for your fandom, For we all have something we delight in.

Fiction Issue: Your Hand

By M.S. Patton A movie theater has 25 rows of seats with 20 seats in each row.

Fiction Issue: Franz’ Cure

By Jeremy Lowe Little count Drac Would lay on his back Counting the minutes away

Fiction Issue: The Book Collector

By Betsy Randolph Blacked-out windows stared at me while I hiked through the dead jungle, fists clenched.

Discomfort zone

Comic, author and television host Chelsea Handler stops at The Criterion on her Life Will Be the Death of Me tour.

OKG Lifestyle: Hui Cha Poos

Around OKC

OKG Shop: Simply relaxing

A metro entrepreneur built an entire brand out of a desire to be more mindful about what products she brings into her home.
Relaxation doesn’t come easy in the modern world where billion-dollar companies are battling for screen time on smart phones designed to listen to every word we say (though companies deny it) and respond with targeted ads, news flashes and social media updates.

Shady lady

RuPaul’s Drag Race winner Bianca Del Rio’s It’s Jester Joke tour brings biting insult comedy to Oklahoma.

World stage

Max Weitzenhoffer’s journey from Norman to Broadway acclaim and back again is captured in a new book published by Full Circle Press.
When Michael Jackson died in 2009, Norman native Max Weitzenhoffer just so happened to be chairman of Nimax Theatres, which was presenting Thriller Live at its Apollo Theatre in central London.

Doll parts

CityRep’s production of A Doll’s House, Part 2 adds a second story to one of drama’s most famous open endings.

Halloween Guide: Haunted haunts

Halloween provides an increase of historic and spooky haunted tours around Oklahoma City metro area.
From Edmond down to Norman, the metro area is full of opportunities to simultaneously get into the spooky holiday spirit and learn some history during various ghost tours. 

Halloween Guide: Ghoulish gatherings

Whether it’s with scary stories, costume parties, trick-or-treating or all of the above, Oklahoma’s going all out to celebrate Halloween.
3rd Annual Muttster Mash

40 years: Paper practices

During Oklahoma Gazette’s 40 years, staffers have put on many events and learned some difficult lessons.
Back in the ’90s, when Oklahoma Gazette’s offices were located in the pre-statehood mansion then known as Maney House, staffers adopted a mascot that doubled as a running gag.

Acting drills

OU’s theater department took an uncommon approach to rehearsal to prepare for its production of The Wolves.

Cover: Thundering on

After offseason turnover, the Thunder readies for the new season with an eye on the present and the future.
When Chris Paul arrived in Oklahoma City as a 20-year-old rookie member of the Hornets, refuged from New Orleans following the devastation of Hurricane Katrina, he moved into a house in Edmond with his brother C.J.

Interactive Horror

The Rocky Horror Show returns to Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma with a spooky makeover.
Now best known as a cult-classic midnight movie during which viewers throw toast and yell “asshole” and “slut” at the screen, Richard O’Brien’s The Rocky Horror Show first came to life as an experimental musical theater production in London’s West End.

OKG Shop: Buy-in

A Bethany retailer bets on the district trend reaching the suburbs to breathe new life into the area.
Justin and Jenna Brooks bought in early on the idea that downtown Bethany is set to explode into the next bustling district within the Oklahoma City metro.


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