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Season’s celebrations

News

Season’s celebrations

Autumn in Oklahoma means a plethora of festivals celebrating the diversity of the state’s cultural intersections.

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Fair fight

Food & Drink

Fair fight

From comfort foods to “what the hell is THAT?” items, there’s a cornucopia of foods on offer from deep fried to freeze dried this year.

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Safe in sound

Music

Safe in sound

Legendary guitarist Steve Vai brings Inviolate Tour to Oklahoma City.

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Student loan forgiveness and hypocrisy

News

Student loan forgiveness and hypocrisy

Reactions to President Joe Biden’s student loan forgiveness plan show that not all debt is created equal in America.

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Strain Review: Forbidden Zkittlez

News

Strain Review: Forbidden Zkittlez

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Movies without borders

Arts & Culture

Movies without borders

OKCMOA joins more than 400 venues hosting the 2022 Manhattan Short Film Festival.

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Is your grass still blue in ‘22?

Music

Is your grass still blue in ‘22?

The Oklahoma International Bluegrass Festival returns to Guthrie for its 25th year.

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A toast to the end of summer

Food & Drink

A toast to the end of summer

As the temperatures cool and the seasons begin to change, these two cocktails offer a final taste of summer for those holding on to the hotter months.

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Reaching for zero

Food & Drink

Reaching for zero

Perhaps it’s due to over indulgence or simply a push towards a healthier lifestyle, but many are making the choice to forgo cocktails and craft beer for something without the alcohol.

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Puppet masters

Arts & Culture

Puppet masters

OKCRep presents the touring production of puppet comedy Bill’s 44th Sept. 29 through Oct. 1.

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Mock it up

Food & Drink

Mock it up

Many restaurants and bars are adding a roster of zero-proof drinks on their menus, including handcrafted mocktails and alcohol-free beers.

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Crying wolf: why lying destroys everything

News

Crying wolf: why lying destroys everything

A lack of consensus reality is a solvent dissolving the glue that holds together our society: trust.

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Controlling chaos

Music

Controlling chaos

The Goo Goo Dolls drop in to OKC Sept. 17 for a stop on the band’s first full tour since 2019.

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Strain Review: Black Horizon

News

Strain Review: Black Horizon

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Life during wartime

Music

Life during wartime

Grammy-winning guitar-rock giants The War on Drugs bringing evolving show and road-worn honesty to OKC stop Sept. 21 at The Criterion.

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Muling the load

Music

Muling the load

Gov’t Mule takes the stage at The Jones Assembly on Sept. 20 with a new record of blues-heavy material in tow.

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Strain Review: Citrus Gelato Cake

News

Strain Review: Citrus Gelato Cake

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Festbier!

Food & Drink

Festbier!

The summer was brutal, which makes the European seasonal beers which are typically malty and sweet even sweeter this year.

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East meets Western

Food & Drink

East meets Western

Pachinko combines not only Peruvian and Japanese flavors but culinary lessons learned by its chefs.

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Baked goods

News

Baked goods

Cannabis consumers lost a gourmet infused pastry — at least for now — when Ingrid’s Kitchen abruptly shuttered after 45 years in business.

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When PiGs Fly

Music

When PiGs Fly

Wellston’s PiGFest going whole hog on Oklahoma music Sept. 9-11.

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Brandon Clark @ River Spirit Casino Resort

Jack White @ The Criterion

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