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Cover Teaser: Oklahoma Gazette looks at both the impact on the court and in the city

Cover Teaser: Oklahoma Gazette looks at both the impact on the court and in the city

P.16 In a stunning reversal of fortune following the loss of Kevin Durant to the Golden State Warriors, the Oklahoma City Thunder rebuilt its starting lineup with the addition of Paul George and Carmelo Anthony. Oklahoma Gazette looks at both the impact on the court and in the city. By Ben Luschen and Jacob Threadgill

Pumpkinville is Oct. 6-22 at Myriad Botanical Gardens. | Photo Carl Shortt Photography / Myriad Botanical Gardens / provided

Fall Guide: Pumpkin patches

Nothing says fall like a good pumpkin patch and festival, and Oklahoma is full of them.

Up to 2,500 people are expected to attend Mesta Festa 2017. (provided)

With Mesta Festa 2017, Mesta Park continues a community tradition more than two decades old

Mesta Festa welcomes 11 food trucks, including Junction Coffee, La Luna Cantina, Tasty Snow, Pizza 23 and Bacon N’ Cakin’.

3938 Fall Guide final

Cover Teaser: Oklahoma Gazette’s Fall Guide features more than two months of event listings and stories about fall attractions throughout the state

P.17 Oklahoma Gazette’s Fall Guide features more than two months of event listings and stories about fall attractions throughout the state. Learn more about Oklahoma’s natural wonders with The Nature Conservancy’s field trips, explore fall festivals and music events, take a walk through pumpkin patches and corn mazes and read about how local restaurants are

Will Ogletree was an active contributor to Oklahoma City’s comedy and music communities. (provided)

Oklahoma City’s creative community mourns the loss of Will Ogletree

The Oklahoma City-based comedian and musician died after suffering a wrestling injury in late August.

Muscadine Jelly performs at Boots & Bourbon Sept. 15. (Provided)

Bricktown Rotary gets the brown out for Boots & Bourbon

Boots & Bourbon begins 7:30 p.m. Sept. 15 at Oklahoma History Center.

The new community arts center will be home to an after-school program and summer arts program. (Bring Back the Music / provided)

Thanks to an NEA grant, Spencer will soon boast a community arts center

“It’s a prime example of how a small city government and a local nonprofit recognized a need in their community,” Oklahoma Arts Council director of marketing Joel Gavin said.

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