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OKG Newsletter


Topic: Features

Metro Web designer dips toes into game development with 'BrainFreeze'


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Charles Martin
Metro-based Web designer James Warner saw an opportunity to meld an iconic time waster of the past with the highest of high-tech time wasters of the present when he adapted a Rubik's Cube to the...
 
Thursday, April 16, 2009

The Consumer Queen,' shopped around to save $12,000 by couponing last year


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Greg Elwell
If everything were suddenly free " clothing, food, toiletries, shelter, love " then Melissa "The Consumer Queen" Garcia might take up chess. And she'd probably be terrifyingly good at it. As ...
 
Thursday, April 16, 2009

Writers from across the region converge on Norman


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Charles Martin
Writing is a lonely gig. Career writers are habitually isolated for hours while toiling on the computer, the only interaction being with the shadow lives unfurling in their imagination. Not all ...
 
Thursday, April 30, 2009

Food festivals fill a traveler's plate all summer in Oklahoma


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Nathan Gunter
For millennia, human beings have anxiously waited out the end of winter and the annual coming of the year's crops. The plants break through the ground and people break out the wine, bringing for...
 
Thursday, May 7, 2009

Bonnie and Clyde never had much luck in Oklahoma


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This year marks the 75th anniversary of 1934, a bad year for American outlaws. Indianapolis-born bank robber John Dillinger saw his last movie on July 22, and Chicago's own Lester "Baby Face...
 
Thursday, May 7, 2009

Once a hotel, The Sieber, has opened for upscale housing


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Jack Money
This two-building complex, fronting the west side of the 1300 block of Hudson Avenue, again offers apartments to discerning people looking for above-average, urban Oklahoma City accommodations. ...
 
Thursday, May 28, 2009

Born in Indian Territory, comic-book trailblazer Boody Rogers gets his due


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Rod Lott
When artist and author Craig Yoe was a teen in the 1960s, comic books were still a big deal. Like other kids, he regularly read the exploits of Superman or the misadventures of Little Lulu, from...
 
Thursday, May 28, 2009

Panhandle has share of festivals, stunning geography, unique history


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Nathan Gunter
The Oklahoma Panhandle is home to less than 1 percent of the state's residents, and yet the odd outcropping of land that gives Oklahoma its unique shape is home to a fecundity of stories, sights...
 
Thursday, June 4, 2009

Group seeks to sway minds with science of paranormal investigation


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Charles Martin
Nothing ruins the afterglow of home ownership more than an unexpected haunting. Rebecca Luker moved from Santa Fe, N.M., to Guthrie in 1986 with the dream of converting a Land Run-era mansio...
 
Thursday, June 4, 2009

National Small Business Person of the Year faced adversity, illness


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Jamie Birdwell
There's just not much that can get in Jeanna Sellmeyer's way. She is the CEO of Asset Group Inc., a contracting company that provides construction and environmental remediation services. She...
 
Thursday, June 4, 2009
 
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