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Giving prisoners the ‘Bird

Most people would be excited to see their picture in the paper, maybe post it on the fridge for everyone to see. Then again, when the name of the publication is OK Jailbirds, maybe not. That’s right, Stephens County is putting out a new magazine that prints the photo of anyone who’s been arrested in

Batch should ‘think globally, act locally’

Nathaniel Batchelder is certainly persistent to demonize Glenn Beck and company when you ask him to prove his smears (Letters, “Saving humanity,” Nov. 17, Gazette). In now his second refusal to substantiate his smear that Beck characterized President Obama as a Kenyan-born Muslim, Batchelder again attacks Fox with falsehood. Batchelder writes that, “Australian multi-billionaire Rupert

And Soon the Darkness

Don’t cry for me, Argentina “” scream!   In this same-name remake of an obscure British psycho-thriller from 1970, two American girls “” straight arrow Stephanie (Amber Heard) and wild child Ellie (Odette Yustman) “” go AWOL from their bike tour through Argentina to explore on their own. The BFFs spend the night at a

Stonehenge Apocalypse

“Stonehenge Apocalypse” is more fun to say than it is to watch. The Canadian production pegs itself as along the lines of Roland Emmerich’s recent “2012,” but it’s more like a 2. The disaster movie is indeed a disaster, aping “2012” in more ways than one. From the start, with its conspiracy-happy radio personality and

Crazy Mama/The Lady in Red

rica. They cross paths with a greaser named Snake, a saucy octogenarian named Bertha, and Stuart Whitman, who can’t keep his filthy paws off Leachman and vice versa. You also get a car crash, an American Indian bonking someone on the head, and Donny Most from “Happy Days” making a “duh” face. With seemingly more

Greg Burns’ interpretations of Oklahoma landmarks go on display

“Visions of Reality” Gaylord-Pickens Oklahoma Heritage Museum, 1400 Classen Drive Through March 12, 2011 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesdays-Fridays, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturdays 235-2714, http://www.oklahomaheritage.com $7 adults, $5 seniors and students Greg Burns is known for capturing Oklahoma landmarks and buildings on canvas, incorporating his interpretation of real life in his pieces. Burns’ career-spanning exhibit, “Visions

Tamara Drewe

s next novel, but puts more effort into ignoring Beth so he can hop away for his latest extramarital tryst. As any author of fiction will tell you, conflict is what drives any story, and there’s plenty to be found at this place. It’s the kind of setting that, although visually idyllic, harbors ill will

Oklahoma City Theatre Company’s staging of ‘Oliver!’ hits a snag

Oliver! 8 p.m. Thursday-Saturday, 2 p.m. Saturday-Sunday, Through Dec. 19 Oklahoma City Theatre Company Civic Center Music Hall 201 N. Walker 297-2264 $22 Oklahoma City Theatre Company’s production of “Oliver!” is the most misguided show seen on city stages in years. It shouldn’t be. It has some great show tunes “” which aren’t listed in

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