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OCU film series takes inspiration from search for meaning

A screening of Michelangelo Antonioni’s classic Blow-Up marks the beginning of the 34th year of Oklahoma City University Film Institute’s annual series.

The gap trap

While city revenue is expected to grow at a rate of around 3 percent, city Budget Director Doug Dowler told the council on Jan. 31, forecasts show overall expenditures are likely to increase at a rate of around 4.4 percent over the next five years. The biggest anticipated expenditure growth lies in personnel services and

Fans lose in lockout

The logjam at press time in NBA negotiations is largely over how to divide revenue. For the most part, this is about how to divide a pie. And it’s a pretty big pie that’s being cut into two pieces. The size of the pie depends on fans and how much they are willing to pay

Fans lose in lockout

The logjam at press time in NBA negotiations is largely over how to divide revenue. For the most part, this is about how to divide a pie. And it’s a pretty big pie that’s being cut into two pieces. The size of the pie depends on fans and how much they are willing to pay

Bite Size, 7-13-11

BRASIL EXPANDS Chef Ana Davis of Cafe do Brasil, 440 N.W. 11th, has announced that her restaurant will open for lunch and dinner on Mondays, “due to popular demand.” She built her extensive, authentic menu while working as a guest chef in her native country of Brazil. Reach Cafe do Brasil at 525- 9779. Be

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