Showalter’s newest book has made an appearance on the Young Adult Hardcover New York Times Bestseller list.
“I love cooking. We do it at my house every year,” Soward said.
“It’s always my hope that people will choose to do their shopping at local businesses,” Taylor said.
The key to success in such a rapidly growing industry, Alyssa said, “[is] to find your niche and go with it, because if you try to do everything, it’s too much.”
“All these tires are gel-filled. So if you get a flat, it’s kind of like Fix a Flat that is already built into it,” Smith said.
Pumpkins, goblins, zombies, murder mysteries, terror trails, candy, cocktails, costumes, bar crawls and more haunt the metro this season. With two weekends in which to celebrate the coming of all hallows’ eve this year, our city offers dozens of activities for adults and families alike. Heeeeere’s Oklahoma Gazette’s list of things to do and see…
“I think one of the quickest ways to get a book read is to ban it,” Cheek said as she worked at Norman Public Library West.
“This was a place of reformation,” she explained. “Prisoners were taught trades and gardening so they could make a better life for themselves when they got out.”
We also selected this roundup of fun and unusual roadside attractions, eateries, venues, museums and more that will pique any day-tripper’s curiosity while learning more about our state history and the highway that connects America.
Shakespeare in the Park, paddle boarding, yoga and other options are available for the public.