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Austin singer-songwriter Israel Nash appears April 29 at Norman Music Festival

Austin singer-songwriter Israel Nash appears April 29 at Norman Music Festival

Before his music career took off, Nash earned a master’s degree in political science at the University of Missouri.


Food Briefs: The Red Cup, J. Bruner’s at The Haunted House and more

The Red Cup unveils a new menu, J. Bruner’s at The Haunted House closes and Wheeze the Juice opens.

The old OKC Municipal Courts, across the street from new construction.  mh

Municipal court reforms protect the poor from undue punishment

The marshal assist program allows the municipal court to work with offenders to pay their fines without imprisonment.


OKC bikeshare program gets user-friendly updates

“All these tires are gel-filled. So if you get a flat, it’s kind of like Fix a Flat that is already built into it,” Smith said.

Cally Johnson, general manager and executive chef, poses for a photo at J. Bruner's in Oklahoma City, Wednesday, July 20, 2016.  (Garett Fisbeck)

Food Briefs: Cally Johnson, The Watch-Out Forum and Girl Scouts Western Oklahoma gala

Cally Johnson moves to J. Bruner’s at The Haunted House, The Watch-Out Forum provides answers about State Question 792 and Girl Scouts Western Oklahoma holds its Juliette Low Leadership Society Celebrity Chef Dinner.

‘Side’ effects

So renowned is the Broadway musical West Side Story that, unlike its leading man, there’s a good chance you haven’t just met a girl named Maria. You likely know her very well, thanks to the ever-popular movie adaptation. That film won 10 Academy Awards in 1961 and hasn’t left living rooms since. However, the national

Cave in

“They say no news is good news,” sing The Caves, and given the six-year gap between the Kansas City, Mo., band’s loose formation and the release of its first record, Duplexiaville, maybe they’re right. The Caves find its players abandoning their earlier ties to harder rock, instead spending their lengthy off-season honing sweet harmonies, subtle

Brews for the bird

As each one is different, so is the occasion for which they’re best suited. Here are my picks and tentative plans for this Thanksgiving: Coop Ale Works: Native Amber  This guy’s crisp and delicious with a sweet hint of caramel, and comes in a tall, very regal-looking black can. Grab a koozie and it’s perfect

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