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Sassy savvy

What were you doing at 14? Two Piedmont girls have started their own business.


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Emily Summars
At 14 years old, you were probably staying up late watching movies, swimming all day and eating all the junk food your body could handle. Who knows when those Double Stuf Oreos will catch up with you, but at 14, who cares?
 
Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Horror on the frontier ... kinda

If it’s October, it must be FrightFest at Frontier City.


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Carmen Forman
Friday-Sunday, Ongoing
 
Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Without Thunder

Life will go on. We promise.


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Matt Carney
The forecast for this lockout is Cold War, in more ways than one.
 
Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Gerry Bonds invites you into ‘The Living Room’

Longtime TV anchor moves to radio.


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Carmen Forman
The second episode of a longtime Oklahoma journalist’s new radio program on KOSU-FM, “The Living Room with Gerry Bonds,” will focus on education in America.
 
Tuesday, October 4, 2011

The skin skinny

Jack Black products at Essentials.


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Jenny Coon Peterson
I’ve had some big, stressful things going on lately. (I won’t bore you with the details, but it did lead me to demolish a pint of Blue Bell Banana Split ice cream.)
 
Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Down with downward dog

Don’t understand the difference between hatha and vinyasa? Here’s your yoga primer.


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Malena Lott
According to the American Yoga Association, the classical yoga most often practiced today, ashtanga yoga, was developed sometime between the first or second century B.C. to as late as the fifth century A.D. Yoga centers on breathing and movements meant to bring peace of mind and flow.
 
Wednesday, September 28, 2011

A little bit of everything

A variety of entertainment awaits at the Plaza District.

 
Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Bar examination

University of Oklahoma students go to prison for the documentary ‘Women Behind Bars.’


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Emily Summars
Oklahoma ranks No. 1 in not only football, but for incarcerating females — 132 women per every 100,000 people in 2009. The national average is 68, according to a state Department of Corrections report.
 
Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Back it up

Angle parking is a possibility on Broadway, but what about reverse-angle parking?


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Jenny Coon Peterson
Angle parking is a possibility on Broadway, but what about reverse-angle parking?
 
Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Office mates

A lamp hangs next to a giant walking stick insect in a shadow box, at 30A Home.


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Jenny Coon Peterson
My home office is what you’d call pathetic. It looks less like an office and more like a cluttered discount retailer, with stacks of books, discarded Christmas gifts (including an absurd number of “As Seen on TV” products) and garbage bags full of old clothes that I’ve been claiming I’ll take to Goodwill for about a year now. Classy.
 
Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Deus Ex: Human Revolution

 
Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Freedom rings

Who said school isn’t fun? A nonprofit education program gets kids into learning.


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Emily Summars
Based at Wildewood Baptist Church, local nonprofit Freedom School helps underserved children and families by providing a summer-long integrated reading curriculum and field lessons.
 
Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Cool shoes

New fall shoes at Pink Sugar.


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Jenny Coon Peterson
I bought an amazing pair of Oxford flats in a supersoft, dove-gray Italian leather while in Florence, and have been waiting for the right weather to don them.
 
Wednesday, September 14, 2011

War games

You say you love combat simulation games? Well, put down the controller and pick up a fake rifle, soldier!


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Charles Martin
In a gutted-out industrial building west of Stockyards City, a squad of men crouched in the shadows, their rifles trained on a stairwell. Soft footsteps approached; someone shouted “Contact!” and was answered with a swarm of gunfire. The first casualty stumbled backward and retreated, blood dripping from his nose.
 
Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Where the bison roam

Four seasons at the Tallgrass Prairie Preserve: a photo essay


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Shannon Cornman
The Tallgrass Prairie Preserve north of Pawhuska is the largest native tallgrass prairie protected on the planet. Prior to settlement, the prairie was one of North America’s biggest ecosystems, spanning 142 million acres and 14 states from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico.
 
Wednesday, September 14, 2011
 
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