Rosebeary’s Bakery officially opened in July at the Shoppes at Northpark.
Jim Gaffigan’s show in Norman comes the day after the comic’s 50th birthday.
OKG was launched Oct. 15, 1979, by owner and publisher Bill Bleakley. Today, its cume readership tops 206,000.
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When Oklahoma Gazette first hit stands in 1979, it came at a turning point for Oklahoma City.
From Republican to Democrat, young to old, artistic to news-hound, fans pick up Oklahoma Gazette from more than 800 locations every week.
Oklahoma City celebrated its 125th birthday, which is on the young side as far as American cities go. A birthday celebration at city hall included a guided tour.
Reduxion Theatre Company will commemorate William Shakespeare’s 450th birthday with a fun celebration for all ages. With a wine tasting for the adults, a special performance of Professor Spillsby Digs into Shakespeare for the kids and cake and live music for everyone, the party will be a community experience. “We wanted to celebrate [Shakespeare’s] birthday…
Streetcar ridership hit a peak in 1920, when 25.5 million trips were taken on the city’s three lines. That worked out to nearly 280 rides a year for every resident in the city. The streetcar lines vanished in 1947, but a half a century later, the city is looking to slowly rebuild a rail-based transit…
One look at the artists featured on Woody Guthrie at 100!: Live at the Kennedy Center — a concert album/DVD recorded on what would have been his 100th birthday — and his far-reaching impact is clear. Who else could influence both Old Crow Medicine Show and Rage Against the Machine’s Tom Morello to the same…