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OKG Newsletter


Topic: Death

Song and dance

Chicago the musical hits the marquee of the Civic Center Music Hall — and a nearly sold-out run.


Features

Giancarlo Gonzalez
Chicago, the award-winning national touring musical revival, is a spectacular treat for Oklahoma City. This is the longest-running American musical in Broadway history, and its sleek, jazzy, fun, dark, sexy, amazing songs and dances, along with its high-energy performances, will make for a memorable night for those lucky enough to see it. Accolades cover the show from head to toe.
 
Wednesday, January 8, 2014

Community demands governor action over boy's death

Family collects 460,000 signatures demanding an investigation, and claims dozens of calls for help were ignored before teenager Quinten Wood's death.


News

Tim Farley
Mid-Del Public Schools and the state’s Department of Human Services did nothing to help 15-year-old special education student Quinten Wood escape a life of neglect and abuse, a family member charged Tuesday at the state Capitol.
 
Tuesday, January 7, 2014

Shelter petition group files suit against governor


News

Tim Farley
Advocacy group Take Shelter Oklahoma filed a lawsuit Monday demanding Gov. Mary Fallin release emails related to an initiative petition that could place storm shelters in all public schools.
 
Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Capital kumbaya


CFN

Gazette staff
Who says it’s all vitriol and partisan backstabbing in Washington, D.C.? Well it is, but sometimes our elected leaders set their anathema for those in the opposite party aside and actually say nice things to each other, especially in a time of illness or loss.
 
Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Rumor has it


CFN

Gazette staff
 So, all your friends on Facebook and Twitter are liars (or maybe just misinformed), and Hobby Lobby isn’t closing all of its stores. Rumors of its demise have been greatly exaggerated. But you didn’t really believe it was closing, did you? Did you?
 
Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Storm Shelter funding debate gets heated


News

Jennifer Chancellor
 In an exclusive News9/Oklahoma Gazette poll, 52 percent of Oklahoma City residents “strongly supported” public funding to help build storm shelters in public schools. Another 26 percent “somewhat supported” the idea.
 
Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Mandating the Pledge of Allegiance


Commentary

Adam Soltani
On Feb. 17, two bills that would require the daily recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance in public schools in our state cleared the Oklahoma Senate Education Committee. Senate Bills 1143 and 1500 change this from a provision of authorization to one of requirement; however, students may refrain if they desire.
 
Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Shaky shelter


News

Jennifer Chancellor
In a News9/Oklahoma Gazette poll, most Oklahomans agree that storm shelters are needed in public schools. But not even our government can agree on the best way to fund the construction.
 
Wednesday, March 5, 2014

RECAP: South by Southwest, day two

A serious wreck dampens spirits as festival continues.


Music

Zach Hale
I didn't hear about last night's tragedy outside the Mohawk until after I was home and ready for bed. For as grand a celebration as the Buffalo Lounge was yesterday, the news put a serious damper on the day's events — and it will surely do the same for every day after.
 
Thursday, March 13, 2014
 
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