The metro’s original, longest-running and only all-local reader’s poll wraps another successful year!
Ghosh can be seen practicing her art in September at Old Paris Flea Market.
Camp ClapHans is named for Sammy Jack Claphan, a former OU and NFL offensive lineman and special education teacher.
Geekinomicon OKC is Sept. 2-4 at Cox Convention Center.
Matt Payne’s creative writing and screenwriting classes start soon.
“I was pleasantly surprised when I visited there, actually, that I wasn’t totally far off,” she said. “I didn’t end up changing anything.”
“They’re supposed to do an evacuation on a periodic basis,” he said. “In order to facilitate filling the place to somewhat of a capacity, 1,000 or so [people],” a safety festival seemed appropriate.
It was there, as she headed in for a 3:30 a.m. shift, that things changed.
A Class Act by local author Tammy “T.L.” Hayes is published by Bold Strokes Books in New York.
“At that time, when I first started, it was the time for Miss Gay Oklahoma; I was first introduced and completely captivated by it all,” Deveraux said. “I got to meet all of these people, and I remember thinking, ‘Oh, this is a thing here in Oklahoma?’”