Oklahoma author draws on his youth to create a taut, emotional mystery.
Try these offbeat Valentine’s Day options, from murder mysteries to comedy
Lou Berney will be signing copies of his book today.
“Don’t worry; I didn’t print anything that would embarrass my mom,” joked Benton. “She approved them all.”
What happens when owners of a local comic book store — which draws its name and inspiration from one of the most popular and profitable science fiction movie franchises of the last 40 years — decide to close their doors? If you’re Jeremy Privett and Camille and Bryan O’Quinn, owners of Empire Strikes Books, 600…
Lifestyle enthusiasts converge at State Fair Park.
Opening Night 2015 Boom! Pow! Happy New Year! Now in its 27th year, Opening Night runs 7 p.m.-midnight Wednesday in and around various downtown venues, including a grand finale countdown at Bicentennial Park. The night’s live entertainment spans 16 stages and more than 20 acts, including everything from comedy from OKC Improv to live R&B-jazz…
What better symbol of 1950s swagger than a huge martini?
Now, after a 22-month gestation period, the city awaits another joyful event: the arrival of Malee’s baby sibling.
Langston University’s hiring of Miller to coach the Lady Lions might be one of the most underrated local sports stories of the past year.