Well, frequently asked by Oklahoma Gazette, that is. We polled 12 local acts about their expectations for South by Southwest.
Music Stephen Carradini
If Oklahoma sounds a bit quieter today than usual, it’s for good reason: A slew of state musicians are in Texas, at Austin’s South by Southwest music conference, running through Saturday.
Letters to the Editor Ron Ferrell
Kudos to Oklahoma Gazette for printing some great investigative
reporting of Clifton Adcock for the past few weeks in regards to all the
big money being thrown at the Oklahoma City Council positions.
Some commodity crops’ genetically altered counterparts are already pervasive. Will modified wheat still smell sweet?
Features C.G. Niebank
For some, the phrase “genetically modified organism” might conjure up nightmarish visions of giant plants run amok, as portrayed in “Little Shop of Horrors,” while others embrace the label for efforts by seed and chemical companies to develop better seeds in order to improve food crop quality and yield worldwide.
Letters to the Editor David Grow
Steve Kern (Commentary, “Counterpoint: Scrutinizing science,” April 13, Gazette) could
not have provided a better example of why “teach the controversy” and
“valid” criticisms of evolution have no legitimate place in science
Next fiscal year’s city budget might provide for the restoration of public safety positions.
News Clifton Adcock
The city is hoping to restore several police, fire and other city
positions and services in the municipal budget set to be presented to
the Oklahoma City Council at its Tuesday meeting.
OKG7 Dining Carol Smaglinski
In the choppy waters of today’s economy, some are taking the plunge and opening up new places to eat. Give these seven restaurants a try, which are either new ventures or have moved to fresh locations.