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Food Briefs: Elk Valley Brewing Co.’s new pale ale, Miracle at Rockford, community potluck

“I did a pilot batch earlier this year in the spring, and people said they loved it,” Elkins said. “It takes longer than I’d like to get a new beer out, unfortunately.”

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Comedian Sarah Silverman performs Saturday at WinStar Casino

“I’d feel bad inside if I did. I’ve never been good at curbing myself,” she said. “Oklahoma’s got some fucked-up politicians, but it’s also got Wayne Coyne, so … I’m all in.”

Adam Daniels talks about an upcoming black mass at the Church of Ahriman Satanists in Oklahoma City, Thursday, May 19, 2016.  (Garett Fisbeck)

Black Mass and The Consumption of Mary set for Aug. 15

The Church of Ahriman has a black Mass and ritual planned for Aug. 15.

Flu

The flu of Flu is suspected to be avian, yet advances far too rapidly, causing death within 36 hours of exposure … and that window grows ever shorter. It’s up to a rescuer (Jang Hyuk) and a disease specialist / potential love interest (Su Ae) he recently saved to find a vaccine — and stat,

Haunting words

Ghost-Writer is an old-fashioned play about creativity and romance with a paranormal twist. Set in New York in 1919, the story centers on a love triangle between a recently deceased author, Franklin Woolsey; his widow, Vivian; and Myra Babbage, the typist Woolsey dictated his novels to in life, who transcribes Woolsey’s words in death. The

Who will take reigns on popular Halloween parade?

Tuesday’s media statement, sent to media outlets, sponsors and fans, reads: Oklahoma Gazette has announced that it will no longer produce Gazette’s Halloween Parade. As part of the news organization’s strategic planning in advance of its 35th anniversary in 2014, it will focus on its core drive of news and information delivery, with a particular

’Live and well

It’s a common occurrence within urban sprawl: Historically thriving neighborhoods succumb to Father Time as new developments arise, businesses relocate and the activity of city-dwellers inevitably shifts from one area to another. Until recently, Oklahoma City’s Plaza District — the mile-long strip along 16th Street between Classen Boulevard and Pennsylvania Avenue — was merely another

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