Russell Westbrook got his very own holiday in OKC Aug. 4 after signing a contract extension with the Oklahoma City Thunder.
Blandon wrote the screenplay for Pain Reliever after going to work through her own breakup.
“We know our guests, we listen to them and we think they’ll be really pleased with this transition,” said founder and CEO Hal Smith.
The worst thing about it, Oklahoma is not the only state in dire straights financially, with the same issues and obsessions.
In all of the pandemonium over KD’s departure, the city forgot to celebrate its 10-year Thunderversary.
OKC isn’t suffering because Kevin Durant left; it’s suffering from diversionary amusement syndrome.
Angry, heartbroken KD fans left their feelings all over the reviews on KD’s Southern Cuisine’s Yelp page.
Every good Olympics carries with it a whiff of scandal. (Some admittedly stronger than others.) It also brings with it a roster of exceptionally talented and trained athletes from countries and states around the globe.
Some Oklahoma City Thunder fans are having a little trouble breaking up with Kevin Durant.
In announcing his campaign for president last June, Mr. Trump said that Mexicans were rapists and that they were bringing drugs and crime into the U.S.