Insane Clown Posse, aka ICP, brings its longtime Gathering of the Juggalos four-day fan festival — featuring everything from rap and rock performers Waka Flaka Flame, Vanilla Ice, Mushroomhead and Dope to comedy, professional wrestling, sideshows, parties, carnival rides, movie screenings and more — to Oklahoma City’s Lost Lakes Amphitheater and Waterpark July 26-29. By Ben Luschen.
Listen to what the man said — Paul McCartney and The Beatles inspire generations of music fans. Gazette readers Steven Drozd, Lacey Lett, Todd Thomsen and George Lang share their stories ahead of McCartney’s Monday gig at Chesapeake Arena. By Ben Luschen. Cover by Anna Shilling.
P.22 Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood hit the OKC stage July 14-15. Make a weekend out of it; there’s still time to plan. Even if you weren’t one of the lucky 50,000 people to get a ticket, you can party in their honor anytime! Let Oklahoma Gazette’s own ”Garth” and “Trisha” be your guides. By…
Oklahoma Gazette’s panel of experts and enthusiasts blind-tasted more than 30 craft and seasonal brews and rated them on aroma, appearance, taste, mouthfeel and overall goodness. We proudly present the top 16 in the Gazette’s 2017 Summer Brew Review. By Gazette Staff. Cover by Christopher Street.
P. 21 OKC Pride Week returns Friday–Sunday with celebrations throughout 39th District, Oklahoma City’s historically gay hub, which includes bars, businesses and churches found along NW 39th Street between N. Pennsylvania Avenue and N. Youngs Boulevard. This year marks OKC Pride’s 30th anniversary, and Oklahoma Gazette looks back at its history while examining its…
Oklahoma’s Tate family launched Tate Publishing and Enterprises in 2001 and quickly grew into a Christian-based company promoting and publishing authors and musicians. Its meteoric rise as an author- and employee-focused local business, however, has crumbled into mounting claims of misconduct, lawsuits and criminal charges. By Laura Eastes.
Oklahoma Gazette’s exclusive interview with comedy and acting power couple Nick Offerman and Megan Mullally welcomes this year’s deadCenter Film Festival. By Ben Luschen. Cover photo bigstock.com. Cover by Christopher Street. Read more about deadCenter in this week’s issue.
Get ready to experience the best in local cuisine from outstanding metro restaurants June 9-18 during Oklahoma Gazette’s 2017 OKC Restaurant Week. On the cover: Harissa blackened salmon with a side of carrots, orange yogurt and chimichurri is just one of Vast’s OKC Restaurant Week prix fixe menu options. Cover photo by Garett Fisbeck. Stories by…
Guthrie’s downtown is touted as one of the largest Historic Preservation Districts in the nation. Woven into its borders is the growing and eclectic Guthrie Arts District, which earned Oklahoma Arts Council Certified Culture District designation in 2015. P.23 By Brian Daffron.
Much like real estate, food sourcing in Oklahoma is largely focused on location, location, location. For those feeling adventurous and wanting to learn more about native ingredients and get their hands dirty while scavenging for edible delicacies, experts offer tips about how to safely and legally do it. By Angela Evans.