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Sean Vali works on his mural in the Plaza District, Friday, Feb. 10, 2017.  (Garett Fisbeck)

Plaza District’s rotating Plaza Walls exhibit stands strong as an example of successful public art

Plaza District’s rotating Plaza Walls exhibit stands strong as an example of successful public art

Artist Sean Vali debuted a new mural in mid-February.

A happy bunch chats away on the patio in front of Saints, during Live on the Plaza, 9-13-13.  mh

Food Briefs: Wine of Fame, Trader Joe’s, Oklahoma Innocence Project, EdFest and Fall Taste of Philippines

Wine of Fame kicks off Oct. 28, Trader Joe’s opens, Oklahoma Innocence Project holds catfish fry, EdFest is Oct. 14 and Fall Taste of Philippines is Oct. 8.

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Beer walk takes patrons on a stroll around the Plaza District

The Plaza Beer Walk donates a portion of its proceeds to local schools.

Left Guy Romo an Patrick Ireland at Saitns in the Plaza District.  mh

Nuggets Food News: Adios Pepe, El Reno Burger Day and more

Lovers of onions and beef will converge on downtown El Reno on Saturday to celebrate the convergence of onions and beef at the 27th annual El Reno Fried Onion Burger Day Festival.

Ain’t Them Bodies Saints

Make no mistake; Ain’t Them Bodies Saints is not as ambiguous as its title suggests. While it is indeed a work shrouded in murky atmosphere and high-minded poetry, at its core, David Lowery’s directorial breakthrough remains a classic tale of love, bondage and promises kept. Lowery tells his story with a lens so creatively visionary

One in the Chamber

Gooding is Ray Carver, a fixer who “solves” disputes between mob families. He also narrates from the start, so you know on whose side the movie stands; however, his softly spoken platitudes like “The past is the devil. You can’t run from it. It’s always behind you” put me squarely on the opposite side. Meanwhile,

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