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​Eric Likens makes a Cranberry Up In Yo Rita at Blue Garten, Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2016.  (Garett Fisbeck)

Bleu Garten bartenders create a cooler cocktail menu

Bleu Garten bartenders create a cooler cocktail menu

Likens said he hopes the slowly falling temperatures will draw people into the food truck park more often.

Carne asada tacos at Taqueria El Rey, Monday, Oct. 3, 2016.  (Garett Fisbeck)

Taqueria El Rey’s expansive menu keeps diners happy and satisfied

It’s a good sign when customers can’t decide which is their favorite dish at a restaurant. After ordering a truly alarming amount of food at Taqueria El Rey, 100 S. May Ave., I turned to a couple of fellow diners and asked which menu items they liked best. “Everything,” they said. They eat at the

Customers line up as Cuppies and Joe becomes Luke's Diner for a day, Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2016. (Garett Fisbeck)

Food Briefs: Cuppies & Joe, Heard on Hurd and more

The season’s final Heard on Hurd of 2016 features a corn hole tournament and live music from Kyle Dillingham & Horseshoe Road, Shane Henry and Matt Stansberry & The Romance.


Letters to the Editor: Oct. 5, 2016

Oklahoma has over 900 earthquakes per year.


Cover Story: Studying the storied history of banning popular literature

“I think one of the quickest ways to get a book read is to ban it,” Cheek said as she worked at Norman Public Library West.

Elysia Sianiz reads to children at KidZone, Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2016.  (Garett Fisbeck)

Local nonprofit provides early childhood education to at-risk communities

“The teachers are more engaged with the children because of the lower numbers in the classroom,” said Means, who said her classrooms were once home to one childcare staff member who took care of 16 children.


Kickin’ Route 66: Hit the road this fall to learn more about state, American history

We also selected this roundup of fun and unusual roadside attractions, eateries, venues, museums and more that will pique any day-tripper’s curiosity while learning more about our state history and the highway that connects America.

Carlos Rubio, born in Mexico and raised in Tulsa, began his studies at the University of Oklahoma last month. | Photo Laura Eastes

High-achieving undocumented immigrant students work hard with hopes of future citizenship

“I knew I could attend a university and be successful,” Rubio said. “The possibility is out there.”

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