“I saw giant hair and giant sunglasses,” Jordan said. “I later found out she was hungover.”
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
The individual pieces often have interesting and visually compelling stories to tell.
The show is Jan. 20-22 and features vendors, food trucks, a tiny house village and crafts.
The 20th annual Midwest City Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Prayer Breakfast starts 7 a.m. Jan. 16.
P.4 In the past decade, as social media has evolved, your friends and parents (and grandparents), companies and other organizations created, shared or exchanged everything from ideas, pictures, videos, interests, opinions, jokes, complaints and experiences to news. Indeed, social media is a key part of modern life. Oklahoma Gazette examines how it should be used…
The regular book series takes place 7 p.m. Tuesdays at Oklahoma City University’s Walker Center for Arts and Sciences.
P.8 What a dumpster fire of a year! Former Oklahoma City Thunder star Kevin Durant bailed for California. Climate change denier and Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt bailed for Washington D.C. to lead president-elect Donald Trump’s Environmental Protection Agency. Gov. Mary Fallin, always the bridesmaid, was denied several opportunities to bail. Esteemed Rep. John Bennett…
While the role of women has changed drastically over the past few decades, Oklahoma’s lack of progress on women’s issues in areas of health, economics, leadership and violence prevention is a black eye for the state. With a Capitol march set for January, women hope to challenge the status quo and effect change to improve…