P.31 Gazette’s annual music focus issue covers the music, musicians, venues and events that Oklahoma City and the greater metro area has to offer. On the cover: Meet Miss Blues, aka Dorothy Ellis, who shouts her roots from rural cotton fields into Oklahoma history books. By Ben Luschen. Photo Garett Fisbeck.
Barbie is more than a toy. She is an icon. Is she pure? Overtly sexual? Independent? Subversive? Submissive? In Altered Barbie: Nobody’s Fool, 32 women artists from across Oklahoma alter the icon as they interpret Barbie and her place in society. By Laura Eastes Cover by Anna Shilling
Our Alcoholmanac issue celebrates those who love drinking and the folks who love to serve them! We round up new laws, new bars, fun and favorite cocktails and more. By Gazette Staff. Cover by Chris Street.
How hot is too hot? Judging from local self-described heat aficionados, it depends. One thing everyone agrees on, though, is that the city offers a lot of cuisine to ignite their passion for hot peppers. By Greg Elwell. Cover Christopher Street.
Oklahoma Gazette commemorates Black History Month by sharing the stories and achievements of our communities and their leaders, from business owners to poets and musicians, as they contemplate our city’s black future. Cover by Chris Street.
At a hefty 606.4 square miles, it might seem like Oklahoma City’s modest 1.3 million population has nothing but room to wander. But SixTwelve’s director of permaculture Paul Mays felt confined. The community garden is one of a few popping up across the metro as more people embrace sustainability, conservation and growing their own food.…
This Valentine’s Day season, from rare success in the hit-and-miss online dating world to back-up-plan proposals and holy matrimony inside the state Capitol, Oklahoma Gazette readers offer proof that love always finds a way. By Gazette Staff. Cover Anna Shilling.
Oklahoma Gazette’s Dish! issue features food and drink coverage that tempts and satisfies, including delivery services, a sports-star tour of favorite eats, a Cultivar Mexican Kitchen review and more. By Greg Elwell
P.4 Recently, Oklahoma Corporation Commission dubbed our state the “earthquake capital of the world.” The Sooner State experienced 850 earthquakes in 2015 and 623 quakes last year. Scientific evidence proves wastewater injection wells, tied to oil and gas hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, is causing them. “I tell people you are lubricating the fault zone,” said…
The health and fitness of Oklahoma Citizans is important to everyone and impacts all corners of the city, from food preparation to economics. In the Pulse issue, Oklahoma Gazette focuses on diet, exercise, recreation and health and includes tips for cooking healthy at home, new organic guidelines, a journey to weight loss, information on local…