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Muscadine Jelly performs at Boots & Bourbon Sept. 15. (Provided)

Bricktown Rotary gets the brown out for Boots & Bourbon

Bricktown Rotary gets the brown out for Boots & Bourbon

Boots & Bourbon begins 7:30 p.m. Sept. 15 at Oklahoma History Center.

Chicken-Fried News: Drinkin’ and gunnin’

According to a report on Fox News, Wilshire Gun has plans to have firearms lanes, archery lanes, classrooms and a VIP lounge, making it the first of its kind in Oklahoma. According to the same news brief, Jeff Swanson, the owner, has said, “This is where the shooting sport is headed.” He’ll need to be

Booze clues

Sipping on low-point (3.2 percent) beers while strolling around the city is legit. But festivals have special permits, and you can’t bring your own beer within the zone in which these events are held, although some will offer drinks to buy. As usual, any place (including restaurants and indoor performance venues) selling beverages won’t let

OKC Film Club celebrates one year

Three silent short films will be accompanied by local musicians and a cinema art show, organizers said. It is free and open to the public. Doors open 6:30 p.m. Thursday. Films run each hour, starting at 7 p.m. OKC Film Club is a community organization that presents free film screenings the first Tuesday of each

Marvelous margaritas

There’s more than one margarita creation story, but the top three involve a socialite, a dancer, a singer and, of course, bartenders. One of the earliest stories is when Ziegfeld Follies dancer Marjorie King visited Rancho La Gloria Hotel in Rosarito Beach, Mexico, in 1938. She asked bartender Carlos “Danny” Herrera to create a drink

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