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Cover Story: Celebrate VD with our quirky holiday, event roundup

Cover Story: Celebrate VD with our quirky holiday, event roundup

Single, cultured, loyal, aloof, dating, apathetic, married, practical or even if you’re The Dude himself, Oklahoma Gazette wants you to enjoy Valentine’s Day.

For Peculiar People Day, Bad Granny herself, Diana Harris, owner of Bad Granny's Bazaar, in the Plaza District of Oklahoma City, 12-16-15.  (Mark Hancock)

OKG Shop: Happy otherdays!

It’s January, a winter month in which we delude ourselves into thinking there’s nothing to do, nowhere to go and no Christmas gifts left to return. But January is also filled with fancy celebrations like Dress Up Your Pet Day, Male Watcher’s Day and Peculiar People Day. Here are a few ways to break yourself

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Cover Story Teaser: Seasons drinking’s

Thanksgiving is just around the corner. Then, the full-on push to Hanu-Christma-Kwanzaa comes on hard and heavy like an Oklahoma winter. Wrapping yourself in layers of scarves and hats and gloves will only get you so far. There are many ways to get through the holidays, and an innovative use of spirits can be one

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Cover Story Teaser: OKC’s creative talent makes our city bright

Creation is an act of defiance. Where there is nothing, creation puts something. For a group of Oklahoma City creatives and entrepreneurs, there is no way of life but to make. Whether sewing together felt robots, carving down giant blocks of wood or putting bubbles into a bottle of soda, they are driven to fill

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Cover Story Teaser: What’s the big deal with trivia nights?

Kevin Sine, owner of 51st Street Speakeasy, said Tuesdays might be so slow that it’s barely worth being open … except for trivia. Those stopping in for a nip at Speakeasy after8 p.m. on a Tuesday might be hard-pressed to find a table in the non-smoking wing. Similarly, Live Trivia nights are flourishing across the

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