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OKG Newsletter


Topic: Black

One haute dish


OKG7 Dining

Carol Smaglinski
At a few restaurants around town, stoves and ovens are being manned by the next generation of brave young chefs and cooks. Not only do they cook with care and imagination, but a level of sophistication. Keep your eye on these magnificent seven.
 
Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Bite Size

Chow Chat


Bite Size

Carol Smaglinski
Emilio Lorenzo Salinas, 43, is the owner of Pepe Delgado’s, 786 Asp in Norman. The restaurant has 80 seats inside and a patio. Before opening the business in 1992, Salinas was a tour guide in Mexico.
 
Wednesday, February 23, 2011

What a Drag

Catch the heavy psych band Mondo Drag at The Conservatory


Music

Rod Lott
What a Drag it will be Monday night at The Conservatory, 8911 N. Western — Mondo Drag, that is.
 
Wednesday, March 9, 2011

'Black' beauty

“Black Mesa” is the most immersive exhibit in the Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History.


Visual Arts

Courtney Silva
Reaching heights of 4,973 feet, the Black Mesa, located in Oklahoma’s panhandle, is the subject of the new, permanent, 2,000-square-foot diorama in the Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History, 2401 Chautauqua in Norman.
 
Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Blues brothers

The family that stays together, plays together. The sibs behind Oklahoma City’s blues-rock act Black Jack Gypsys prove the adage true.


Music

Joshua Boydston

The Black Jack Gypsys with the Copperheads, Plaid Rabbit and Psychotic Reaction
9 p.m. Saturday
Opolis, 113 N. Crawford, Norman
Opolis.org, 820-0951
$5

 
Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Wylde thing

Zakk Wylde makes everything heavy, from metal to hot sauce to beef jerky. But mostly metal, via Black Label Society.


Music

Joshua Boydston
Black Label Society with Texas Hippie Coalition and Anti-Mortem
7 p.m. Friday
Diamond Ballroom
8001 S. Eastern
diamondballroom.net
677-9169
$27.50 advance, $29 door
 
Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Race and joblessness


Commentary

Kate Richey
The job market in Oklahoma is considerably better than in most other states, but its employment situation remains bleak for African-Americans. The unemployment rate for black workers in Oklahoma City last year was nearly 13 percent, almost double the rate for the city’s white workers.
 
Wednesday, December 7, 2011

‘Welfare queens' a myth


Letters to the Editor

Michael Hopkins
Tom Furlong (Letters, “Enough, already!” Dec. 28, Gazette) seems to think that black woman are intentionally having babies and kicking out daddies to cash in on lucrative government welfare.
 
Wednesday, January 11, 2012
 
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