Music Rod Lott
Want to get to the top via “From the Top”? The NPR program is on the lookout for pre-college-aged classical musicians to perform at its live concert radio performance at 3 p.m. May 15, 2011, at Oklahoma City University.
Letters to the Editor Kevin Burns
Regarding the Gazette’s Jan. 19 Commentary about
Oklahoma’s liquor laws written by Bill Bishop (“Counterpoint: Paying the
price”) and Roy Williams (“Point: Revise outmoded liquor laws”): Mr. Williams asserts that Oklahoma’s liquor laws deserve a fresh look.
Conditions are ripe for marital strife in Oklahoma, where divorce comes sweeping down the plains.
Features Malena Lott
Love may be a many-splendored thing, but in Oklahoma, love often turns into a country song, à la Tammy Wynette’s 1968 No. 1 hit, “D-I-V-O-R-C-E.” Unfortunately for Oklahoma, as the decades roll by, the state can’t seem to get out of the top-five ranking for highest divorce rates in the U.
Letters to the Editor Amy Briceno
One needn’t be the sharpest tooth in the hound to imagine why you, Sen.
Josh Brecheen, would advocate repeal of SB 1712. I suspect one only need
follow the money trail. I’d be willing to bet you have a friend or two
with “puppy mill-itis.”
First-time home buyers enjoy best market in recent history
Features Gazette staff
First-time home buyers, this may be the best market in recent history,
according to the real estate website Move Inc. Affordable housing
prices, ample inventory and historically low interest rates have
combined to make it so.