Night of movement

Night of movement

An annual fundraiser honors Ralph Ellison’s legacy while highlighting the accomplishments of a foundation in his name.

 

Flower Review: Jungle Cake

Tangled web

Paul Tay has both stalled the petition drive for State Question 807 and gotten the green light for his own State Question 808 and promises more legal actions from within the confines of the Tulsa County jail.

MAPS board

Oklahoma City Council established the MAPS 4 Citizens Advisory Board despite some concern about the name.

Peaceable assembly

A large group of Oklahoma cannabis advocates met with lawmakers and other policymakers at the March on the Capitol 2020.

More convenience

Casey’s General Stores expands into Oklahoma City with four stores and more expected by the end of 2020.

2020 state

Oklahoma Gazette talked with House Minority Leader Emily Virgin to get her response to the governor’s State of the State address.

Cartoon: Weed killers

Flower Review: Slurri Punch

Dabs N Jabs

Food Issue: Boundless choices

Food Issue: Food yard

With a burger joint and a bar finishing up their respective build-outs, almost every food and drink tenant at Edmond Railyard is open.

Chicken-Fried News: Clean canal

Wedding rainbows

A local photographer created a directory to help the LGBTQ+ community easily identify affirming vendors for any wedding needs.

Food Issue: Market move

The OSU-OKC Farmers Market is shutting down and being replaced by a market at Scissortail Park, a decision that surprised and upset some vendors.

Cartoon: Democracy inaction

Flower Review: Ragnarok #2

Sandwich artistry

The chefs at Guyutes have spiced up the traditional BLT with an added kick.

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