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Bar Manager Mike Folks poses for a photo with "Rupert the Rhino" at Republic in Oklahoma City, Tuesday, May 26, 2015.  (Garett Fisbeck)

Classen Curve events to benefit OKC Zoo

Classen Curve events to benefit OKC Zoo

Margaret Holloway, general manager of Cafe 501, sat across the table and was clearly ill at ease. Before we could get down to business, Margaret looked earnestly and said, “It makes me really uncomfortable that you don’t have anything to eat or drink. What can I get you?”

Zoo Amp battle amplified

At the meeting, which was packed with dozens of Pollack’s workers and supporters, the trust — which oversees the zoo’s management and operation — voted unanimously to delay authorizing the zoo’s executive director, Dwight Scott, to negotiate a contract with a newly formed company, 3Horse Productions, to operate the facility. For the past 10 years, the amphitheater

Zoo brouhaha

Howard Pollock addressed his concerns about the Zoo Amphitheatre to the OKC Zoo Trust. Mark Hancock Howard Pollack, president of Facilities Management Group (FMG), has managed the Amphitheatre off-andon since 1978. He blasted the proposed contract at the May 16 meeting, saying competitors were given an unfair advantage in the deal and that 3Horse Productions

Roll call

Many organizations are hosting camps throughout the summer, so finding one that meets your summer schedule is as easy as A-B-C. Here is a sampling: HEY, Y NOT? The YMCA hosts both summer day camps, as well as specialty camps for families searching for either full-day, all-summer solutions or week-long camps. This year’s theme is

Coffey’s cup is speaking with spirits

But his abilities, which supposedly allow him to communicate with the deceased, have led him to become one of the country’s most recognizable psychics, appearing on A&E’s reality series “Paranormal State” and “Psychic Kids: Children of the Paranormal.” On Monday, Coffey will bring his clairvoyance to the Oklahoma City Zoo for a one-night-only event, where

Say ‘tusk’!

If you bring a picture of your child into participating facilities with a photo station — located throughout the metro at Little Caesar’s stores, Quail Springs Mall and Penn Square Mall — their face will be superimposed onto a picture of an an elephant. Resulting photos e-mailed to the zoo will be randomly selected for

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