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Video: Miranda Lambert sings 'Pink Sunglasses' and 'Ugly Lights' on 'Late Night with Seth Meyers'

Watch country music superstar Miranda Lambert, a former Tishomingo resident, perform "Ugly Lights" and "Pink Sunglasses" as the...

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Sheriff: Eight people dead and several others hospitalized after tourist boat accident on lake in Missouri

BRANSON, Mo. (AP) — Sheriff: Eight people dead and several others hospitalized after tourist boat accident on lake in Missouri.

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Coffee shop serves hope to people recovering from addiction

TAMAQUA, Pa. (AP) — A Pennsylvania town's newest coffee shop is offering people recovering from opioid addiction a fresh start,...

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New law in Baltimore bars sodas from kids' menus

BALTIMORE (AP) — Restaurants in Baltimore are now officially barred from including sodas and other sugary drinks on kids'...

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Study: National parks get fewer visits when pollution rises

DENVER (AP) — Visitors appear to be steering clear of some U.S. national parks or cutting visits short because of pollution...

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Soy "milk" makers may need to find alternative description

NEW YORK (AP) — Soy and almond drinks that bill themselves as "milk" may need to consider alternative language after a top...

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Immigrant children describe treatment in detention centers

SANTA ANA, Calif. (AP) — Wet and muddy from their trek across the Mexican border, immigrant children say they sat or lay on the...

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Vermont board rejects mountain name change proposal

MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) — A Vermont state board on Tuesday unanimously rejected a man's petition to change the name of Mount...

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Oklahoma family hunts snakes after baby bitten by copperhead

KELLYVILLE, Okla. (AP) — The family of a toddler who was bitten by a copperhead in Oklahoma decided to spend their Fourth of...

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Umbilical hernias are common and often don't need surgery

Dear Doctor: I am a 64-year-old male in good health, although I have a bit of a gut in the middle. My issue is that I have...

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Student-led mental health clubs are making difference

Mental health problems among college students have been climbing since the 1990s, according to the American Psychological...

Opinions differ on what medical marijuana regulations should include

NewsJul 1, 2018

The medical marijuana election is over, but jousting continues over the shape of proposed regulations. Some would like to see major changes in the law before it takes effect. Others would like to see just minor tweaks and the adoption of...

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New clues in fight against food allergies

Peanuts. Shellfish. Eggs. Milk. While that may look like a grocery list to some, to those who are allergic to these common...

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Luke Cage season 2 review

The Oklahoman’s Matthew Price hosts Infinite Danger Room panelists Anthony Brown, Chris Borthick and Kade Poulson to discuss...

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Braum’s at 50: Oklahoma’s iconic ice cream and dairy brand celebrates milestone

There isn’t an Oklahoman who doesn’t associate ice cream treats on a hot summer day, or burgers with the team after a softball...

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Listen: Elvin Bishop and his Big Fun Trio deliver bluesy political commentary on the title track of new album 'Something Smells Funky 'Round Here'

Listen to Rock and Roll Hall of Famer and Oklahoma Music Hall of Famer Elvin Bishop, who grew up in Tulsa, and his Big Fun Trio...

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Oklahoma City Ballet announces new dancers and promotions for 2018-19 season

Oklahoma City Ballet Artistic Director Robert Mills recently announced new dancers who are joining the company as well as...

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Kristin Chenoweth appears tonight on 'Late Night with Seth Meyers'

Ever-charming Oklahoma native Kristin Chenoweth will appear on tonight’s episode of “Late Night with Seth Meyers.”

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What to do in Oklahoma on July 16, 2018: Hear Willis Alan Ramsey and Jared Tyler play a post-WoodyFest concert in Perkins

PERKINS – Hear Willis Alan Ramsey and special guest Jared Tyler perform a post-Woody Guthrie Folk Festival show at 7 tonight at...

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Why are oceans so salty?

Summertime finds many of us at the beach, frolicking in the waves. So when you think of summer, you probably think of the...

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'Radical hope': Women on the margins find opportunities for healing

Oklahoma City’s first participants in an Ignatian Spirituality Project retreat that took place June 2-3 with a follow-up...

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Family Talk: Free-range parenting lets your little chicks roam

Can you be a responsible parent, as well as a free-range parent?

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Edmond teen gets perfect score on ACT — twice

Edmond Santa Fe High School student Michael Yu is experiencing academic success few American teens will ever know. He's the...

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Americana: Wonderland is known by another name

The U.S. government called it a wonderland, praising its scenery and recreational opportunities. The 1862 Homestead Act...

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Foreign students go beyond textbooks with a tour of Tokyo

TOKYO — Forty-five American and Canadian high school students studying Japanese language and arts enjoyed a firsthand look at...

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Nature & You: Ironweed is a hearty, heat-tolerant wildflower

Be on the lookout for a tall, gangly green plant with a drop-dead-gorgeous cluster of purple blossoms.

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Grammar Guy: What’s a moot?

Joey: All right, Rach. The big question is, "Does he like you?" All right? Because if he doesn't like you, this is all a moo...

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20-40-60 etiquette: In the bag?

QUESTION: Here's my situation: I'm going to a formal cocktail party/fundraiser. I have goodie bags with a few items that,...

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The Archivist: An 'Oklahoma!' courtship

Last week, Gov. Mary Fallin and the Recording Industry Association of America got together and honored the 60th anniversary of...

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Dave Ramsey: Allow them to earn it

Write down a daily or weekly list of jobs around the house that are age-appropriate she will be responsible for doing. Then, at...

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Braum’s at 50: Oklahoma’s iconic ice cream and dairy brand celebrates milestone

There isn't an Oklahoman who doesn't associate ice cream treats on a hot summer day, or burgers with the team after a softball...

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Interviews, photos and video: Fiberworks exhibit celebrates 40th anniversary as central Oklahoma experiences 'Summer of Fiber'

On view through Aug. 10 at the Individual Artists of Oklahoma Gallery on Film Row, the exhibition Fiberworks is marking its...

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What to do in Oklahoma on July 15, 2018: Today is your last chance to see Lyric Theatre's 'Hello, Dolly!' at the OKC Civic Center

See the final performance of Lyric Theatre's dazzling production of "Hello, Dolly!" at 2 p.m. today at the Civic Center Music...

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Two signings at Edmond's Best of Books.

Two signings at Edmond's Best of Books.

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Basketball coach impacts community

Rose State College adjunct professor Jimmy Lawson is using basketball to make a difference in the lives of children in Oklahoma...

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Catch Olympic sights, free-spirited art and delicious cheese at Lake Geneva

Wandering the pedestrianized Rue de Bourg in Lausanne, you can see the multiethnic makeup of today's Switzerland on parade.

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All you need to know and more about America's ageless first family, 'The Simpsons'

All you need to know and more about America's ageless first family, 'The Simpsons'

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Oklahoma City Parties: Helen Ford Wallace

Parade, Retirement, Going Away, Retirement, 50th Anniversary, Inaugural

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Make it through the first 100 pages, and the redemption story begins.

Wise, wonderful debut novel encompasses major literary themes.

These dogs are helping change lives.

NewsJul 7, 2018

Program at Mabel Basset Correctional Center lets women inmates train dogs

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Photos of galas, nonprofit events and charity benefits in the Oklahoma City area

Photos of galas, nonprofit events and charity benefits in the Oklahoma City area.

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Oklahoma and Publishers Weekly best-sellers

Books by the late conservative columnist Charles Krauthammer and Golden State Killer investigator Michelle McNamara hold spots...

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'The Sacco Gang' by Andrea Camilleri, translated from the Italian by Stephen Sarterelli

'The Sacco Gang' by Andrea Camilleri, translated from the Italian by Stephen Sarterelli

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Taking the plunge at Aquatica

Aquatica San Antonio offers a variety of activities for visitors seeking to make a splash.

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Tips and strategies to make the most of your retirement years.

Surviving retirement even if you haven't planned carefully for it.

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History, music and more found in New Mexico trek

Enjoy the contrast between Ruidoso, New Mexico’s, majestic ponderosa pines and the more rugged landscapes of the eastern part...

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Attorney general cautions OKC about filing own opioid lawsuit

The Oklahoma City Council will be taking a major gamble if it decides to opt out of the state's lawsuit against opioid...

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Book review: 'Differently Wired: Raising an Exceptional Child in a Conventional World'

More than a parenting book, "Differently Wired" urges parents to become advocates everywhere for their exceptional children.

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Nonprofit notes, July 15

Nonprofit notes, July 15

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Full of adult themes and content, "Tell Me No Lies" may be too dark for younger readers

"Tell Me No Lies" is the first young adult novel reviewed by The Oklahoma's youth reviewer, Ragan Franklin, a high school...

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Back to the future at Sea World

SeaWorld San Antonio is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year.

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Interviews, photos and video: Oklahoma red dirt musician Randy Crouch is beloved at the Woody Guthrie Folk Festival and beyond

A longtime favorite at the event affectionately known as WoodyFest, beloved Oklahoma red dirt musician Randy Crouch will play a...

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What to do in Oklahoma on July 14, 2018: Hear The Smashing Pumpkins at Chesapeake Energy Arena

Grammy-winning alt rockers The Smashing Pumpkins have reunited for their new "Shiny And Oh So Bright Tour,” and the summer trek...

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The Oklahoman's Listing of the Week for July 14, 2018

The Oklahoman's Listing of the Week for July 14, 2018.

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Oklahoma City building permits from The Oklahoman for July 14, 2018

Oklahoma City building permits from The Oklahoman for July 14, 2018.

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Man goes on 14,000-mile hike to figure out what to do with his life

In December 2016, "Cargo" Harrison found himself at the southern tip of South America, in the Argentine city of Ushuaia,...

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Oklahoma religion briefs for July 14

Religion briefs for July 14

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Justice and mercy: Young adults tour Oklahoma County jail

A local pastor recently took a group of young adults from his church for a tour of the Oklahoma County jail to learn about some...

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Gardens are unusually happy for July

Most of the state has received more rain than usual during the spring and early summer, and has avoided long stretches of...

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Catholics on the court: The historical struggle between canon and constitutional law

The story of Justice William Brennan's seminal role in legalizing abortion had been largely overlooked as President Donald...

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New Oklahoma National Register of Historic Places listings, other real estate briefs from The Oklahoman for July 14, 2018

New Oklahoma National Register of Historic Places listings, other real estate briefs from The Oklahoman for July 14, 2018.

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Paul Bianchina, Why do my LED bulbs keep glowing?

Paul Bianchina: Why do my LED bulbs keep glowing?

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Unmasking 'The Changing Face of Hatred'

The Jewish Federation of Greater Oklahoma City and the Interfaith Alliance of Oklahoma are partnering to host a program called...

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Barry Stone, Contractor should rethink doing inspection himself

Barry Stone: Contractor should rethink doing inspection

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Orthopedic company and physicians agree to settlement

Nine Southwest Orthopaedic specialists have agreed to pay $670,000 to settle civil claims stemming from allegations they...

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Meetings, workshops and events for Oklahoma City garden enthusiasts

Meetings, workshops and events for Oklahoma City garden enthusiasts.

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Home scams lurk in weather fair and foul

Storm season brings fraudsters to light in Oklahoma, but financial scammers targeting homeowners are always at work.

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Berkshire Hathaway adds agents

Berkshire Hathaway adds agents

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Interfaith Youth Tour is planned once again

The 2018 annual Interfaith Youth Tour is planned for 1 to 5:30 p.m. Sept. 16 at three houses of worship in Edmond.

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The black toilet is back

The black toilet is back.

EPA wants to remove lead from a Superfund site in Bristow to protect its workers

NewsJul 8, 2018

Lead contamination at a former Creek County oil refinery is so extensive the Environmental Protection Agency says it must excavate much of the contamination soon to protect workers who are removing contaminants on the remainder of the property.

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The Oklahoman's house plan for July 14, 2018, the Velarde

The Oklahoman's house plan for July 14, 2018, the Velarde.

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Medical marijuana comes with real (estate) consequences

In Oklahoma, it's time to take "Marijuana in Property Management" seriously.

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Sixty-five years later, woman reunites with fellow Holocaust survivor who rescued her from communism

Frank Shatz could not believe it was Erika Fabian walking toward him in the Virginia airport. He bounded toward the woman he...

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I wanted to teach a lesson on compassion — and ended up with a crazed seagull in my car

I think perhaps the most confounding challenge I have faced as a parent to two young sons is finding an effective way to teach...

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Texas church receives aid SUTHERLAND SPRINGS, Texas — A South Texas church has received nearly $3 million in donations for...

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7 mistakes rookie DIY decorators make

Marni Jameson: 7 mistakes rookie DIY decorators make

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Vacation Bible school listing for July 14

Vacation Bible school listing for July 14

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Bible lesson for July 14

Bible lesson for July 14

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Engaging in place: Cox promotes independence in latest smart home

Cox Communications transformed an Oklahoma City home into a two-story, real-time demonstration of how technology can help older...

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Oklahoma property sales from The Oklahoman for July 14, 2018

Oklahoma property sales from The Oklahoman for July 14, 2018.

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Photos and video: 'Peace Town,' the late Jimmy LaFave's final album of recordings, out today

“Peace Town,” the collection of final recordings by iconic Oklahoma-Texas singer, songwriter and song interpreter, Jimmy LaFave...

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Listen and groove to Eric Church's new single 'Desperate Man,' a collaboration with Ray Wylie Hubbard

Just try not to groove in your chair - or flat-out get on your feet and dance - to country music superstar Eric Church's new...

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Creepy comics to scare up on Friday the 13th!

With Friday the 13th being today, and with that being a historically spooky day, here are 5 comic-book recommendations to read...

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What to do in Oklahoma on July 13, 2018: Hear Lee Brice at the Diamond Ballroom

Hear country music star Lee Brice at 8:30 tonight at the Diamond Ballroom, 8001 S Eastern Ave.

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Anna Holloway review: High-steppin’ “Hello, Dolly!” at Lyric

Lyric Theatre’s second summer production at the Civic Center is the classic musical “Hello, Dolly!”

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Interviews and video: Oklahoma singer-songwriter and high school student Ken Pomeroy heading back to Okemah's Woody Guthrie Folk Festival

When Ken Pomeroy was in eighth grade, she penned a nine-minute song about Woody Guthrie for the National History Day Contest....

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Interviews and video: Oklahoma singer-songwriter Krystal Keith releases new EP 'Boulder,' featuring Lance Carpenter duet 'Anyone Else'

Krystal Keith keeps rolling with her fledgling recording career: The proud mama is releasing Friday her new EP “Boulder,” her...

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Jailed Ukrainian filmmaker's mother asks Putin to pardon him

MOSCOW (AP) — The mother of a jailed Ukrainian filmmaker who has been refusing food for nearly two months asked Russian...

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Dollar house dare draws $515,000 worth of drama

The $1 house experiment concluded with everybody happy: the Realtor, the sellers, and the out-of-town buyers.

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Oklahoma performer goes back to her roots

Oklahoma native Leigh Madison writes a different song nearly every day, but most people don't ever get to hear them. However,...

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Royal etiquette for the Trumps' visit: Don't kiss the queen

LONDON (AP) — President Donald Trump is coming to Britain fresh from a confrontational NATO summit that featured stinging...

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Build-a-Bear halts too-popular "Pay Your Age" deal

NEW YORK (AP) — Build-A-Bear Workshop's "Pay Your Age" promotion proved too popular. The chain known for its customizable teddy...

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Bill Hader, Megan Mullally, Ed Harris and Kelli O’Hara receive Emmy nominations

Several performers with Oklahoma ties made the list when the nominees for the 70th annual Primetime Emmy Awards were announced...

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Henry Rollins, of Montreal, Alejandro Escovedo and more announce autumn OKC shows

The Tower Theatre, 425 NW 23, has announced a slew of highly anticipated new fall shows this week, including dates with Henry...

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Video: Eric Church announces new album 'Desperate Man,' including collaboration with Ray Wylie Hubbard

In a video message speaking directly to his fans, two-time Country Music Association Album of the Year winner Eric Church told...

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What to do in Oklahoma on July 12, 2018: Hear Thirty Seconds to Mars and Walk the Moon at OKC's Zoo Amphitheatre

Hear Thirty Seconds to Mars at 6 tonight at the Zoo Amphitheatre, 2101 NE 50.

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No need to say 'I do' to expensive wedding

I proposed to my boyfriend over email. Actually, he was just cc'd on the email, which was directed to his parents and mine....

Federal pay prevents Oklahoma City VA from filling some doctor positions

NewsJul 9, 2018

There are 21 job openings at the Oklahoma City VA Medical Center and many of them may never be filled.

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Picture this: Social media has made its mark on weddings

Three Oklahoma brides and one bride-to-be each share their wedding hashtags and their thoughts about this social media phenomenon.

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Heard on Hurd to host film festival

The theme of the July Citizens Bank of Edmond’s Heard on Hurd event will center around its second annual film festival.

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Life stories to be shared in Edmond

A program on 'Sharing our Life Stories' will be held during the Edmond Genealogical Society's July meeting.

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Rings & Things: What professional photographers want wedding guests to know about taking pictures at weddings

Two Oklahoma wedding photographers share their thoughts about 'unplugged' wedding ceremonies where attendees forego the use of...

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Sense & Sensitivity: Family has much to consider after job offer

DEAR HARRIETTE: My husband recently got a job offer for a better-paying, higher position that fits his interests. The one big...

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Kavanaugh reports relatively modest finances, debt repayment

WASHINGTON (AP) — The vetting of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh is just beginning, but his public financial disclosures...

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The Latest: University of Kansas says flag moved for safety

LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — The Latest on Kansas Republican candidates criticizing the University of Kansas for an art display...

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Theater review: OKC's Lyric Theatre pulls out all the stops with dazzling 'Hello, Dolly!'

In its lavish new production that puts the “extra” in extravaganza, Lyric Theatre plays every iconic moment in "Hello, Dolly!"...

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Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Center celebrating ‘Sojourning’ exhibit with chamber music and family-friendly activities

Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Center, 3000 General Pershing Blvd., is celebrating its summer exhibition “Sojourning,” showcasing...

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What to do in Oklahoma on July 11, 2018: Hear Joel Rafael with John Trudell's Bad Dog open the Woody Guthrie Folk Festival with a benefit show in Okemah

OKEMAH - Singer-songwriter Joel Rafael will team with John Trudell's Bad Dog for a special benefit performance at 8 tonight at...

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Shop now to save money on swimwear

Now's the time to save money on swimwear.

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John Mellencamp to receive 5th Woody Guthrie Prize from Tulsa’s Woody Guthrie Center

TULSA – The Woody Guthrie Center will honor John Mellencamp with the Woody Guthrie Prize in Tulsa on Aug. 30, the day before...

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Coffee and conservation: Mozambique tries both on a mountain

MOUNT GORONGOSA, Mozambique (AP) — At Mozambique's Mount Gorongosa — where farmers are being encouraged to grow coffee in the...

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When in Boston, ask how you bean.

America's Test Kitchen shares a recipe for classic Boston-style baked beans.

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Cooking classes

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Hopdoddy poppin', Denco Darlin' revival and two Norman Italian eateries have new homes.

The Oklahoman's Food Editor Dave Cathey rounds up the tastiest news in the Oklahoma City metropolitan area in his weekly dining...

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Find out what all the rhubarb is about ... to do to become delicious.

Elizabeth Karmel shares a recipe for old-fashioned shrub, a drinking vinegar. For this recipe, she flavors it with seasonal...

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Some assembly required to enjoy these cookies whenever you want.

America's Test Kitchen shows you how to keep the campfire burning year-round for s'mores.

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Sazon and struggle

When I was a kid, the Luis Munoz Marin airport in San Juan, Puerto Rico, was a madhouse. I'd walk off the air-conditioned plane...

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Head to the farmers market to make this recipe sing.

America's Test Kitchen has a recipe for classic gazpacho just in time for summer bounty.

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Old and new combine for perfect flavor

America's Test Kitchen proves short ribs are best started in the oven and finished over a fire and has the evidence to prove it.

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Brined fowl plays well with fire

America's Test Kitchen reveals the dirty little secret to perfect barbecued chicken is to bathe it in brine.

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Othello's triumphant return set for this month

Othello's, an iconic Italian restaurant in Norman, is set to reopen this month more than a year after a lightning strike burned...

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Deep crimson bliss is the antidote to sizzling summertime blues.

Katie Workman solves the summertime blues with a bright red smoothie made with seasonal watermelon and strawberries.

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Melba's Swap Shop

Melba Lovelace shares recipes, insights and inspiration in her weekly exchange with readers.

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Meers Store & Restaurant ordered to pay back wages

A popular Oklahoma burger joint is being ordered to pay back wages and other damages to employees after a federal court found...

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Health official says boys rescued from flooded cave lost weight but had water during ordeal and are in good health

MAE SAI, Thailand (AP) — Health official says boys rescued from flooded cave lost weight but had water during ordeal and are in...

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Cuba lifting freeze on new private tourism businesses

HAVANA (AP) — A 16-month freeze on new private restaurants and bed-and-breakfasts will end in December when Cuba's communist...

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Good Charlotte announces North American tour, including OKC date

Maryland rockers Good Charlotte today announced a massive North American tour in support of their upcoming seventh full-length...

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Oklahoma City Museum of Art says bonjour to French Film Week 2018

In commemoration of Bastille Day, which is Saturday, the Oklahoma City Museum of Art continues its annual celebration of recent...

Will voters elect more female senators?

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In a state where only seven of 47 state senators are female, two women and seven men entered the District 30 primary. Both women and one man advanced. Historically, few women run for Oklahoma's Legislature. Those who do are elected at a...

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Kroger’s, the place for food and fashion

Kroger's is planning to launch Dip apparel line this fall.

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FireLake Fireflight Balloon Fest soaring back to Shawnee in August

SHAWNEE − Anticipated to be the largest balloon festival in the state, the FireLake Fireflight Balloon Fest is set to return in...

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What to do in Oklahoma on July 10, 2018: Hear David Amram & Friends at the Blue Door

Hear jazz legend, multi-instrumentalist and "the Renaissance man of American music” David Amram perform with friends at 8...

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All-Day Poetry Workshop set for Saturday

The Poetry Society of Oklahoma will host an All-Day Poetry Workshop on Saturday at Twin Hills Country Club, 3401 NE 36.

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You never outgrow the need for vaccines

Although you may associate them with childhood, vaccines remain important at any age.“Vaccinations are an important part of...

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Is yawning really contagious?

Adam's Journal This week, we have a question from a reader: Dear Dr. Prescott, Why do people yawn when they see another person...

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Science Museum Oklahoma hosts open house, promotes site for gatherings

Event planners, nonprofit professionals and board members, and those interested in a new venue for private events are invited...

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Adopt a pet: Oklahoma City-area pet adoption options

Adopt a pet: Oklahoma City-area pet adoption options.

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Which country is the globe’s No. 2 exporter of food as measured by value, second only to the United States?

Which country is the globe’s No. 2 exporter of food as measured by value, second only to the United States?

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Pooling money

Hidden away in a small room within The Children's Center Rehabilitation Hospital lies an old, wooden aboveground pool with the...

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Older adults should be prepared for hospital visits  

Patients and their family members can be better prepared for an emergency room visit by compiling pertinent information and...

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Thai health official says first four boys rescued can now eat normal food but not anything that's spicy

MAE SAI, Thailand (AP) — Thai health official says first four boys rescued can now eat normal food but not anything that's spicy.

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Eye see you ... Draper James to offer eyewear

Draper James, a Southern lifestyle brand founded by Reese Witherspoon, will launch eyewear line

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Oklahoma native Ben Rector's new album 'Magic' debuts at No. 1 on Billboard Americana/Folk Albums

Tulsa native Ben Rector’s new studio album "Magic" recently debuted at No. 1 on Billboard’s Americana/Folk Albums, according to...

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OKPOP Museum expected to announce Neal Schon archival collection before tonight's Journey concert

TULSA - A press conference is set for 5:30 p.m. today at Tulsa's BOK Center to announce the Neal Schon archival collection that...

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Ant-Man and the Wasp review (Infinite Danger Room episode #90)

The Oklahoman’s Matthew Price joins Infinite Danger Room panelists Chris Borthick, Anthony Brown and Kade Poulson to talk about...

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Miranda Lambert named Country Music Hall of Fame artist-in-residence

NASHVILLE, Tennessee - Country music superstar Miranda Lambert will be the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum’s 15th...

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SoonerCon 27 report: Wild Cards and Jokers

SoonerCon will move to Norman next year, but there was no lack of activity in the final year in Midwest City

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Garth Brooks to play first concert ever at Notre Dame Stadium

Country Music Hall of Famer and Oklahoma native Garth Brooks has been invited to play the first-ever concert at Notre Dame...

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Tickets on sale Friday for Rod Stewart's fall OKC show

Two-time Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Rod Stewart will bring his impressive catalog of hits to Oklahoma City for an Oct. 18 show...

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Understanding spinal stenosis: More than a pain in the back

It’s that creeping pain in your neck. Spinal stenosis pain causes both local symptoms, as well as radiating symptoms that...

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Spanish Cove can help take the stress out of retirement downsizing

Whether you have lived in the same house most of your life or moved frequently, the process of downsizing for retirement living...

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Edmond's Armstrong Auditorium announces 20th anniversary performing arts season

EDMOND - Armstrong Auditorium has announced the lineup of world-renowned artists for its 2018-2019 Performing Arts Series.

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What to do in Oklahoma on July 9, 2018: See The Beatles' animated feature film 'Yellow Submarine' at the Tower Theatre

In celebration of its 50th anniversary, The Beatles’ 1968 animated feature film “Yellow Submarine” floats into Oklahoma City...

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Americana: Medical miracles

I have had intimate knowledge of a few hospitals in my life. Unfortunately, now is one of them. But as with every other time, I...

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Family Talk: What husbands wish their wives knew about men

It's time to flip the script: What do husbands wish their wives knew about men?

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YouVersion Bible App provides connections

A huge part of the popularity of the YouVersion Bible App has been the way it helps connect people to the word of God and each...

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Shopping for more tipping answers

Shopping for more tipping answers

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Creativity puts Aspen neighbor on the map

Barely 30 miles northwest of Aspen, in the shadow of the majestic Elk Mountains, tiny Carbondale is becoming Colorado's most...

In one OKC neighborhood, how much hip is too much?

NewsJul 8, 2018

As area around NW 23 in OKC as revived, some residents weary of noise and traffic

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The Archivist: Oklahoma is a summer hot spot

EMSA already has declared several heat alert days for the Oklahoma City area because of the summer heat and humidity and its...

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Know a kid who would like to be 'a spokesperson for their generation'?

Sunbeam Family Services and the Oklahoma Institute for Child Advocacy are looking to select a third Oklahoma Kid Governor to be...

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How to properly inflate your quotation device

I can think of a few things off the top of my head that I hope never to use: math, a fire extinguisher, Pepto Bismol and the...

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Dave Says column: Keep it simple and safe

Dear Dave, My husband and I finally have our full emergency fund in place. Like you recommend, we've kept it in a money market...

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Nature & You: A future vacation 'bucket list' would include a hike to see the remains of extinct bugs

A columnist's vacation bucket list includes a hike to see a glacier that is melting and unveiling the corpses of now extinct bugs.

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'Ahead of the curve'

As the crowd awaited the Oklahoma governor's arrival at the state Capitol on June 27, a woman described the room in great...

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Queen Latifah celebrates with hip-hop legends at Essence

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Iconic females in the music industry shined at the Essence Festival, where Queen Latifah used her debut...

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Video: Pentatonix performs new medley on ‘A Capitol Fourth’ ahead of this week's national tour launch

Three-time Grammy Award winners Pentatonix, including former University of Oklahoma student Kirstin Maldonado, debuted a new...

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Interview, photos and video: Belgian artist Isabelle de Borchgrave showing stunning paper fashions at Oklahoma City Museum of Art

A prominent Belgian artist’s intricate paper recreations spanning more than 500 years of fashion history are collected in...

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Interviews and video: Three-time Tony nominee Dee Hoty returns to OKC to star in Lyric Theatre's 'Hello, Dolly!'

Three-time Tony nominee Dee Hoty is saying “Hello” for the first time to one of musical theater’s most iconic roles in her...

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What to do in Oklahoma on July 8, 2018: Hear Paramore and Foster The People at OKC's Zoo Amphitheatre

Rockers Paramore and alt-pop hitmakers Foster The People are making an Oklahoma City stop on their summer “The After the...

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Nonprofit notes, July 8

Nonprofit notes, July 8

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Tracey West, Angela Cervantes and Luke Flowers will visit Edmond's Best of Books on Thursday.

Meet three children's authors and hear a reading from Oklahoma writer Noah Milligan.

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'They haven't invented the subject about which he lacks an opinion,' a New York Times film historian wrote of Ellison in 1989.

There will never be another quite like Harlan Ellison, who was known equally for his inestimable writing ability and abrasive...

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Oklahoma City Museum of Art to show Belgian artist Isabelle de Borchgrave's fashionable exhibit

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Handmade dinosaur figures make Japanese town proud

The high quality of dinosaur figures being made in the Kanna Dinosaur Center in Kanna, Gunma Prefecture, Japan, has earned a...

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David Grann regains his grip on the top spot of the Oklahoma nonfiction list.

Local children's list dominated by Oklahoma writers.

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Substance abuse, mental illness contribute to Oklahoma's foster care challenges

Oklahoma has been plagued for years by high rates of abuse and neglect of children — statistics driven in large measure by the...

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Care staff can help curb bullying, but many seniors don't report abuse

Nursing homes, senior centers and housing complexes for the elderly have introduced programs, training and policies aimed at...

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Helen Ford Wallace: Parties, Etc. for Sunday, July 8, 2018

Garden Party, Reunion, Wedding Shower, Send-Off, Pass The Gavel

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Seniors can become easy targets for bullying

Bullying involves 10 to 20 percent of all seniors living in long-term care facilities.

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'Fierce' hunts down leopard print's history

“Fierce” traces the fascinating thread of leopard print through fashion history, from its inclusion in Egyptian illustrations...

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From despair to hope: One woman's journey through mental illness

MUSKOGEE — After two years of hearing voices, Mary Hicks became convinced she needed to kill herself to save her children. She...

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These suspenseful short stories will haunt you.

Six of celebrated author Joyce Carol Oates' creepiest tales are collected in 'Night Gaunts and Other Tales of Suspense.'

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Kids as young as 1 in US court, awaiting reunion with family

PHOENIX (AP) — The 1-year-old boy in a green button-up shirt drank milk from a bottle, played with a small purple ball that lit...

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What to do in Oklahoma on July 7, 2018: Hear Restless Heart for free at Riverwind Casino's Beats & Bites

NORMAN - Hear Oklahoma Music Hall of Famers Restless Heart at the monthly Beats & Bites music and food truck festival...

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Rising costs could curb home building

Buyer interest and home sales were strong in Oklahoma City the first half of the year, but expensive lumber and labor could...

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Barry Stone: Buyer questions accuracy of home inspection

Barry Stone: Buyer questions accuracy of home inspection

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OKC seeks volunteers for lead and copper testing in homes

The Oklahoma City Utilities Department is offering free lead and copper testing for water customers who have lead water service...

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Myriad GARDENS: It doesn't take a special event to make it a special place

It's a place where our community comes to gather, celebrate, engage, reflect and dine on a feast of color and vibrant life: 301...

Health Department says medical marijuana rollout on schedule despite chaos

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The past two weeks have brought chaos as the Board of Health passed regulations their top lawyer said weren’t legal, two groups sued, the attorney general told the board it overstepped its authority, the top health department lawyer resigned in...

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Julia Laughlin, Time for 'high summer' garden tasks

Julia Laughlin: Time for 'high summer' garden tasks.

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Here are some fresh ways to eliminate household odor

Here are some fresh ways to eliminate household odors.

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Smokie Norful, Point of Grace and Dennis Jernigan to be inducted into Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame

Contemporary Christian artists Smokie Norful, Point of Grace and Dennis Jernigan have been selected for induction in the...

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These amenities in your house will fetch you a higher sales price

These amenities in your house will fetch you a higher sales price.

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Oklahoma City building permits from The Oklahoman for July 7, 2018

Oklahoma City building permits from The Oklahoman for July 7, 2018.

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Under construction: New house of worship being built for Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

A new house of worship for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints currently is under construction in the northwest...

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Marni Jameson: Next-generation homeowners go for greener yard tools

Marni Jameson: Next-generation homeowners go for greener yard tools

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Religion briefs for July 7

Religion briefs for July 7

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Made in Oklahoma: Steele Family Farm taking goat milk to the next level

Steele Family Farm is known for its handcrafted goat milk products, but the farm consists of much more.

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Kenneth R. Harney: CFPB shifts gears on policing Zillow's co-marketing program

Kenneth R. Harney: CFPB shifts gears on policing Zillow's co-marketing program.

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OKC musician partners with church to help youths put 'Arts in action'

Oklahoma City musician Am're Ford recently partnered with Quayle United Methodist Church to offer 'Arts in Action,' a summer...

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College students moonlight as 'grandkids' for hire

in January, Andrew Parker launched a business called Papa, after his name for his grandfather. It connects students with...

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Church will host service at new site

The Springs Church of Christ's new church property in north Edmond, Oklahoma, features a 19,000-square-foot worship and...

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Do you need a dehumidifier?

Do you need a dehumidifier?

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The Oklahoman's house plan for July 7, 2018, the Vancouver

The Oklahoman's house plan for July 7, 2018, the Vancouver.

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Bible lesson for July 7

Bible lesson for July 7

Business

More communiqués from the (trade) war front

President Trump fired at China Friday. China fired back. With billions of dollars, materials, consumer products and jobs on the...

Health

Canadian Valley Technology Center students volunteer at camp first aid station

Students enrolled in Canadian Valley Technology Center’s Practical Nursing program each contributed their time at a day camp's...

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Paul Bianchina, Here's the straight scoop on curved trim

Paul Bianchina: Here's the straight scoop on curved trim.

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You can help get wheels turning on fundraiser

The 2018 Buck$ 4 Bikes program goal is to raise $50,000 to purchase bikes the coming holiday season for needy central Oklahoma...

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Meetings, workshops and events for Oklahoma City's garden enthusiasts

Meetings, workshops and events for Oklahoma City's garden enthusiasts.

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Real estate briefs from The Oklahoman for July 7, 2018

Sono Belo lease, Harbor Chase South construction, big manufactured home park sale, ADG promotion.

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Vacation Bible school listing for July 7

Vacation Bible school listing for July 7

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The Oklahoman's Listing of the Week for July 7, 2018

The Oklahoman's Listing of the Week for July 7, 2018.

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Class offers chance to learn Spanish as a second language

Opportunities Industrialization Center of Oklahoma County Inc. soon will offer a Conversational Spanish course.

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Oklahoma County property sales from The Oklahoman for July 7, 2018

Oklahoma County property sales from The Oklahoman for July 7, 2018.

Life

Watch: Kyle Reid releases inspiring video for his new song 'Call Me'

Norman-based singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Kyle Reid released today the music video for his new song "Call Me,"...

Life

Video: Alfre Woodard talks about working with director Lucy Liu on 'Luke Cage' during 'The Talk' appearance

Tulsa native Alfre Woodard talked about having fellow actor Lucy Liu behind the camera to direct the Season 2 premiere of "Luke...

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Deadline to reunite immigrant families rapidly approaching

WASHINGTON (AP) — This spring, the Trump administration began a "zero tolerance" policy to criminally prosecute anyone caught...

Rural hospitals fight to remain fiscally viable

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A community's physical and economic health is at stake as rural hospitals across Oklahoma and the United States struggle to remain viable. The largely rural Sooner State is particularly at-risk as changes in technology, insurance coverage and...

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Extended interview, photos and video: Grammy winner Jody Miller continues to perform, record and call small-town Oklahoma home

Jody's Miller music career has taken her on tour with the Beach Boys, to George H.W. Bush’s presidential inauguration and to...

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Welsh revival: Cardiff sheds rust-belt past for glossy future

Wales is often overshadowed by its neighbors England and Scotland, but in the Cardiff region you'll get a great dose of history...

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What to do in Oklahoma on July 6, 2018: Check out the First Friday Gallery Walk in the Paseo Arts District

The Paseo Arts District’s First Friday Gallery Walk for July will take place from 6 to 9 tonight in the historic neighborhood,...

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How to make a living will

Preparing a living will now is a smart decision that gives you say in how you want to be treated at the end of your life. Savvy...

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For ankle bone spurs, therapy or surgery?

A bone spur sufferer wants to know whether physical therapy will do any good.

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Potential mumps illness feared after exposure at event

Tens of thousands of people were exposed to mumps when they attended the National Cheerleaders Association All-Star National...

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Interview, photos and video: Ryan Merriman talks Oklahoma Film Icon Award, future projects and 'Jurassic Games,' out this week on DVD and Blu-ray

Choctaw native Ryan Merriman plays the unscrupulous host of a controversial television show in “The Jurassic Games,” an...

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Movie review: Marvel's 'Ant-Man and the Wasp' swoops in with fun, lightweight comic-book adventure

“Ant-Man and the Wasp” is sort of the movie equivalent of a palate cleanser, a cool, sweet and welcome scoop of sorbet after...

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Grammy winner Jody Miller makes Blanchard her home

Blanchard is now a growing stop on U.S. 62, with a sign declaring it the home of Jody Miller, a street named in her honor.

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Thrift and uplift

The Surayya Anne Foundation of Oklahoma City recently opened a store at 1143 N Meridian. The nonprofit started by the Muslim...

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2018 Oklahoma State Fair tickets go on sale Saturday

Tickets for the 2018 Oklahoma State Fair and some of its most exciting attractions go on sale at 10 a.m. Saturday. The 2018...

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National Cowboy Museum bringing back Saloon Series starting today

The National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, 1700 NE 63, is bringing back its popular Saloon Series nights from 5:30 to...

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What to do in Oklahoma on July 5, 2018: See Oklahoma Shakespeare in the Park perform the French Revolution comedy 'The Revolutionists' in the Paseo Arts...

Oklahoma Shakespeare in the Park continues its 34th season with the city and state premiere of “The Revolutionists,” by popular...

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Museum shows that great minds don't always think alike

Forty-five years ago, while enjoying waffles for breakfast, track coach Bill Bowerman had an inspirational moment. Maybe...

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Oklahoma Hall of Fame to award one high school senior $6,000 scholarship

$6,000 Oklahoma Hall of Fame Scholarship Applications Now Open

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Fight summer heat with peppery fire

Jerk cuisine is a method of rubbing a spice blend or marinating meat in a thick paste, packed with island-fresh chilies, herbs...

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Kyoto shopping street lures visitors with yokai characters

KYOTO, Japan — A variety of yokai monsters used to hold nocturnal parades through what is now the neighborhood of the Taishogun...

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It's important to wear sunglasses even on cloudy days, ophthalmologists say

The next time you head to the drugstore to buy sunscreen, don't forget to pick up some sunglasses, too. That's because both...

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Boathouse District hosts Downtown Fourth Fest

Boathouse District hosts Downtown Fourth Fest

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Living history programs planned at Oklahoma History Center

The Oklahoma Historical Society Research Center will offer two programs this summer that combine living history presentations...

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Stay cool in summer's heat with these stylish tips

Hello to another hot and humid summer. The goal for most is to stay cool. Stylishly cool is even better. The good news: It can...

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Make-and-take class to create beaded badge holder

The Chickasaw Nation will offer a make-and-take beaded badge-holder class

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Sense & Sensitivity: Woman upset at sister's engagement

DEAR HARRIETTE: I'm 27 years old, and I am the middle child of three girls. My sisters and I are extremely close, and we rarely...

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Capital employees march in Annapolis Independence Day parade

ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — Staff from the Maryland newspaper where five employees were shot to death walked in the Fourth of July...

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Celebrating liberty in Edmond

Parade and more marks Edmond's Liberty Fest

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Philharmonic and more at Red, White and Boom!

The Red, White and Boom Festival, which is free to the public, was held Tuesday at State Fair Park. The Oklahoma City...

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Americans celebrate July 4 with fireworks, parades, salutes

NEW YORK (AP) — With backyard barbecues and fireworks, Americans celebrated Independence Day by participating in time-honored...

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Oklahoma photographer's double rainbow photo featured on new O Beautiful Forever postage stamp

In honor of Independence Day, the U.S. Postal Service is celebrating the release of its new O Beautiful Forever stamps today....

Cleanup to resume at former oil refinery site near Duncan, Oklahoma

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On a sweltering midsummer evening last week, 80 people gathered at a school gymnasium in this southern Oklahoma town to talk about the air.

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Chain promises upgrade in local craft burger and beer bar game

The Oklahoman's Food Editor Dave Cathey shares news from the local dining scene. This week, a preview of Hopdoddy Burger Bar,...

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Video: Maggie McClure and Shane Henry to debut new song from new band The Imaginaries at Norman's July 4 celebration

Oklahoma-born and bred husband-and-wife musicians Maggie McClure and Shane Henry are forming a new band called The Imaginaries...

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What to do in Oklahoma on July 4, 2016: Celebrate Independence Day at Edmond's LibertyFest

EDMOND - Celebrate Independence Day at LibertyFest, Edmond's massive Fourth of July festival.

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The key to making pasta with shellfish that isn't flavorless

For a recipe with a handful of ingredients, pasta with shellfish is awfully hard to get right. We love the combination of...

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Local flavor: Let's all scream for ice cream

Melba Lovelace shares recipes, insights and inspiration in her weekly exchange with readers.

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Mom said no dessert before you finish your veggies.

America's Test Kitchen proves there is more to kebabs than meat on a stick.

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The cool thing to do with berries past their prime

Summer berries are whiz-bang beautiful right up until the time they aren't. At overripe, they can still taste as good or even...

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Low and slow has got to go!

America's Test Kitchen shows you how to get your classic barbecue brisket ready before the fireworks show is over without...

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Chisholm Trail Museum to host first Mansion Ice Cream Social

An ice cream social is scheduled Saturday at the Chisholm Trail Museum in Kingfisher.

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Happy birthday, America

America's Test Kitchen shows you how to bring the stars and stripes to your Independence Day cake.

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Children of the corn unite!

Katie Workman shares a recipe for resplendent summer corn chowder.

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Summertime is fruit pie time.

America's Test Kitchen introduces a version of cobbler that varies from the norm but delivers the extraordinary.

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Taste of Edmond showcases restaurants' fare

Taste of Edmond included fare prepared by more than 30 local restaurants.

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Let them eat steak (and salad)!

Chef Sara Moulton has the perfect partner for your Fourth of July steak on the grill: Caesar Salad.

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Soak it all in

For a lot of home cooks, marinating meat is almost as automatic as cooking the meat itself. Douse the meat in some kind of...

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Good gravy for the gracious

The Oklahoman's Food Dude and local chefs came together at American Propane to prepare a celebratory feast of pork with fresh...

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Muddy mess of fun

Children were urged to sink their hands into mud during International Mud Day.

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Get (barbecue) sauced!

America's Test Kitchen shows you just how easy it is to make your own barbecue sauce.

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This dessert could be cooler than ice cream on a hot day

Here's a creamy, sweet, chilled dessert that's arguably more refreshing — and better for you — on a hot summer's day than a...

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Go Fourth, and celebrate at events across state

Oklahoma communities plan various Independence Day celebrations

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Video: Pentatonix gives ‘Attention’-grabbing performance on ‘Good Morning America,’ ahead of ‘A Capitol Fourth’ and national tour

Three-time Grammy Award winners Pentatonix, including former University of Oklahoma student Kirstin Maldonado, appeared today...

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Oklahoma native Alfre Woodard appearing Wednesday on ‘The Talk’

Tulsa native and four-time Emmy Award winner Alfre Woodard will appear on Wednesday’s episode of the daytime show “The Talk,”...

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Go Fourth, and celebrate at events across state

Oklahoma communities plan various Independence Day celebrations

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Camp ClapHans caters to children with disabilities

Another summer session is in full swing for Camp ClapHans, a summer camp in Norman for children with disabilities.

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Time travel remains a fixture of science fiction

Time travel is a tried and true science fiction staple. It usually involves being able to fly in a spaceship faster than the...

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What do restaurant-goers complain about most?

The most frequent complaint diners have about restaurants is not the service, the crowds, or even the food. It's noise.

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Few spaces remain on Historical Black Towns Tour set for Saturday

Only a few spaces remain on the Historical Black Towns Tour scheduled for Saturday. The chartered bus tour sponsored by The...

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Opportunities Industrialization Center of Oklahoma County Inc. offers Spanish language class

Opportunities Industrialization Center of Oklahoma County Inc. is adding a Spanish language class to its lineup of adult programs.

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Personal freedom to make life choices

What are those people, activities, habits and ways of thinking that if eliminated or changed would make our life more peaceful?

State's oldest inmates: 'We’re too old to continue committing crimes'

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When Donald Vaughan went to prison for murder, he was 19 years old. Dwight D. Eisenhower was president, Marilyn Monroe was a star and this newspaper cost five cents.

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Here comes the sun: How to protect yourself from damage

From stinging, blistering and swelling to more serious side effects like headache and nausea, even a run-of-the-mill sunburn...

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The ol' soft shoe

American Legion Post No. 12 is offering free dancing lessons every Tuesday at 7 p.m.

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OKC chapter of American Sewing Guild asks seamstresses and crafters to come 'toot your own horn'

The Oklahoma City chapter of American Sewing Guild is asking you to come 'toot your own horn.'

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Adopt a pet: Oklahoma City-area pet adoption options

Adopt a pet: Oklahoma City-area pet adoption options.

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Oklahoma health notes for July 3

Oklahoma health notes for July 3

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Tips for living with low vision

A reader wants to know about resources for those with macular degeneration.

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Dentures don't need to be an impediment to a balanced diet

While there's a certain logic to the idea that using a food processor to chop or mince or emulsify a food can adversely affect...

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Fresh grounds for coffee: Study shows it may boost longevity

CHICAGO (AP) — Go ahead and have that cup of coffee, maybe even several more. New research shows it may boost chances for a...

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Boys, coach in stable health after 10 days lost in Thai cave

MAE SAI, Thailand (AP) — The 12 boys and soccer coach found in a partially flooded cave in northern Thailand after 10 days are...

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Pentatonix appearing Tuesday on 'Good Morning America' ahead of July 4 festivities

Three-time Grammy-winning vocal group Pentatonix, which includes former University of Oklahoma student Kirstin Maldonado, will...

Life

Infinite Danger Room #89: Deadpool 2

The Oklahoman’s Matthew Price presents Infinite Danger Room panelists Anthony Brown and Chris Borthick to talk about “Deadpool 2.”

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Historic Oklahoma movie theater celebrating 90th anniversary with film festival

TULSA – An iconic Oklahoma movie house is marking a milestone with the Circle Cinema Film Festival and 90th Birthday...

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Professor Fiona? Famous baby hippo an educational force

CINCINNATI (AP) — Just call her Professor Fiona.The Cincinnati Zoo's famous premature baby hippo does more than delight social...

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Oklahoma History Center showing work of state artist Greg Burns

Through Sept. 29, the Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, is showing a selection of works by famed Oklahoma artist...