OKG7 things to do Gazette staff
Warning: Not appropriate for children or those with virgin ears!
The Actors Warehouse Studio stages its last shows of “Hurlyburly,” a
play highlighting the good, bad and the ugly about Hollywood in the
‘Hugo’ is Martin Scorsese’s love letter to the cinema.
Drama Phil Bacharach
Martin Scorsese loves movies. Anyone familiar with the director of
“Raging Bull” and “The Departed” knows he worships at the altar of film.
It’s not surprising, therefore, that Scorsese would make a love letter
to the art form in which he immersed himself from his days as a sickly
child growing up on New York’s mean streets.
Letters to the Editor John McCarroll
We were a little perplexed to see a letter to the editor from Carl Hall (“Elmo A-OK?” Dec. 7, Oklahoma Gazette) stating that no one from OETA had answered his wife’s email about the impact of state funding cuts.
Government and nonprofit initiatives try to counter childhood obesity.
News Rachel Curtis
Waistlines in the U.S. have ballooned over the past 30 years, with one
in three Americans today considered obese. As the nation struggles to
tame the health crisis, some states are faring better than others.