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Thunder players remain focused on Memphis as league reviews racist remarks

“We haven’t discussed it as a team, but everybody is pretty knowledgeable of the situation,” Russell Westbrook said following a Monday practice. Sterling, owner of the Clippers since 1981, was caught making racist remarks in an audio recording posted by TMZ and Deadspin. Sterling appears to disparage a female friend for posting photos of herself


LIFE FOOD & DRINK The Park House restaurant will host an Easter Sunday brunch to celebrate the holiday. Chef Jeffrey Holloway will prepare an endless buffet of seasonal dishes and brunch favorites like eggs, house-made sausage, fresh fruits, salads and sides. The restaurant at Myriad Botanical Gardens offers guests a 180-degree view of Crystal Bridge

Family matters

Come on Down The Oklahoma City Museum of Art is expecting approximately 5,000 people to attend its spring Free Family Day to celebrate art and community from noon to 5 p.m. Sunday at the museum, 415 Couch Drive. The free afternoon event is organized around New York sculptor Lisa Hoke’s exhibit Come on Down, a


An award-winning poet and professor at East Central University, Dr. Ken Hada, will present his works at the Performing Arts Studio’s Second Sunday Poetry Reading. The Ada-based Hada directs the annual Scissortail Creative Writing Festival, and his poems have been featured in numerous media outlets, including the poetry blog All Roads Will Lead You Home.

Hoop It

Hoop it So there’s this basketball team here in OKC called the Thunder. You may have heard of them? Well, they’re kind of good at sports and stuff (like, really good), and their games are as electric in person as the team’s name would suggest. See them play the Brooklyn Nets 7 p.m. Thursday at

Not Over It yet

The world of emo has changed a lot over time, and Evan Weiss — the man behind Into It. Over It. — has been there to witness a lot of it. “It’s grown from us playing in warehouses and basements to us being able to play in venues and tour nationwide on the strength of this

lunch it

lunch it bottom Norman’s annual arts picnic, aka Luncheon on the Grass, begins at 4 p.m. Sunday at Lions Park, 450 S. Flood. Bring your own food and drinks, and the event will supply the art activities, the free snow cones and continuous live entertainment, including tunes from DJ Nexus and concluding with a 7

Radio gets ‘Red’ again

Roughly eight years ago, The Red Dirt Radio Hour got its start on KVOO-FM 98.5 in Tulsa. The program specialized in spotlighting Oklahoma bands like the Red Dirt Rangers, whose unique sound can best be described as a mash-up of rock, folk, country and blues. Rangers member John Cooper helped found the program. However, he

Get on the Sunday bus

Lauren Branch Mikayla Holden Incredible things are happening in every corner of Oklahoma City, but — despite the new restaurants, revitalized neighborhoods, art festivals and more — our community comes up short in one vital aspect of city life: public transportation. In my work as president and CEO of NewView Oklahoma, formerly the Oklahoma League

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