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Fear of potential abuse of new tech often feeds governmental and societal apprehensions of innovations, whether they be drones, self-driving cars or rideshare services.
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Oklahoma was one of the first states to establish a state agency for the arts, which it did in 1965.
This year, rather than only emphasize the many dining options on Western, Young had the inspiration to turn the district into an art gallery.
Directed by Grohl, Sound City is a documentary about possibly one of the most beloved and important recording studios in music history.
VI Marketing’s Carne Diem Chili Cook-Off and block party hits its 12th anniversary this year, 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Oct. 31 outside 125 Park Ave.
James Vu and Neil Zambrano celebrate the Oct. 20 grand opening of their newest venture, James and Neil’s Latin Cafe.
As Oklahoma City transitions into the cooler weather, what’s available to eat locally — and what we crave — changes.
Opponents speak out on same-sex law, but few options — if any — remain to reverse course.