Going back to school means buying new clothes, backpacks, tote bags, accessories and formal wear.
A Class Act by local author Tammy “T.L.” Hayes is published by Bold Strokes Books in New York.
“The Ferris wheel is in that location because it’s the biggest statement we are making that Wheeler is not just about celebrating a neighborhood,” Humphreys said. “Wheeler is about celebrating the city.”
Writer Valerie J. Lewis Coleman will speak at this year’s National Multicultural Writer’s Association event.
“We’re working on our butterbeer recipe, and since our shop used to be a house with a backyard, we’re working on hosting some Quidditch there.”
The course is conducted in three gaits: walk, canter and hand-gallop, which is faster than a canter.
“I put together the products,” he said. “I don’t make products.”
Harry Potter, Star Wars, DC Comics, Marvel and Doctor Who fans unite! You, too, gamers.
Oklahoma author Julia Thomas wrote late at night as she worked as an elementary school teacher.
It’s okay to be a quitter! That’s what Oklahoma Gazette staff learned as we interviewed locals who took the plunge, walked away from secure day-job incomes, said goodbye to colleagues and ventured into the unknown by launching a startup, pursuing their passions and trusting their instincts. By Gazette staff To read the full story,…