“I’d feel bad inside if I did. I’ve never been good at curbing myself,” she said. “Oklahoma’s got some fucked-up politicians, but it’s also got Wayne Coyne, so … I’m all in.”
Naturally, media and fans looked forward to Durant’s words and body language, prepared to dissect each frame-by-frame and word-by-word like a modern-day Zapruder film.
Shabu-shabu cooking finally makes its way to the Oklahoma City metro.
Fireworks and sparklers aren’t the only ways to celebrate the Fourth of July, especially here in the metro.
The Church of Ahriman has a black Mass and ritual planned for Aug. 15.
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Dashboard Confessional frontman Chris Carrabba was cheering for the Oklahoma City Thunder during this year’s NBA playoffs.
Wash, who performs at OKC Pride with First Ladies of Disco, was first exposed to the LGBT community as a background singer for Sylvester in the ’70s.
“My first year involved, I think we estimated 30,000 attendees, and last year, I think we estimated 70,000 over the three days,” Clark said. “That’s a big difference.”
“The rhetoric of ISIS against the LGBT community isn’t much different from a lot of people on the Christian right,” Schonauer said.