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Central Oklahoma Humane Society Adoption Center Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2016.  (Garett Fisbeck)

OKG Shop: Holiday, spirit

OKG Shop: Holiday, spirit

Unless you are Robert Parker, buying a bottle of wine can be a real guessing game.

It might get loud

Copperheads Photo: Doug Schwarz To paraphrase Kiss, Oklahoma City loves it loud. It loves it so much so that the Okie Noise Fest, a free, nine-hour tribute to turning it up to 11, returns Saturday, this time to OKC, after a successful launch at Norman’s Opolis a year ago. Fest co-founder Robert Layton, front man

Copperheads — Apocalyptic Behavior

Turns out they were just gently working out the kinks on their hellacious debut LP, Apocalyptic Behavior, on Okie Dope Records. This is just as strong as anything like-minded contemporaries Ty Segall or Thee Oh Sees are pumping out, only truer to the wellspring of ’70s punk that inspired the garage revival in the first

Harp dreams

It’s been a long music career for Oklahoma City songstress Camille Harp — one that’s lasted as long as she’s been alive, really. “I was born into it. It was never having to decide if I was going to do this or do that,” said Harp, born to country-musician parents. “I’ve been asked when I

‘Off’ still on

Broken ceiling tiles and spent beer bottles littered 66 Bowl after last year’s Okie Twist-Off served as the historic venue’s swan song. Fans lingered outside, cussing under their breath, wondering if they’d witnessed the end of an era.  After all, the bowling alley that opened its doors in 1959 had been the perfect place for

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