“Whole Foods Parking Lot” music video
October 28, 2011
I’m not going to lie: I’m excited to go to Whole Foods. But I haven’t been yet because I’m pretty sure all of Oklahoma City is there every single day. But some time soon I’m going to shop like I’m on Top Chef.
“Children of the Corn” creepiness at OCU on THURSDAY
October 25, 2011
Just in time for Halloween … a press release from Oklahoma City University about a movie that gave me nightmares. Thanks for the reminder, OCU!
Oklahoma City University will give free public screenings of the 2001 version of “Children of the Corn” at 6:30 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. Thursday in the United Methodist... Read More
Weatherford Fire Department continues awesomeness
October 22, 2011
Here’s a press release Fire Prevention Month – which is happening right this very moment! – and the Weatherford Fire Department. We often take for granted what fire fighters do when they aren’t busy knocking down blazes.
WEATHERFORD -Fighting fires, public education and serving the community are all... Read More
Sugar Free Allstars do “Ghostbusters”
October 21, 2011
I love Static. For real. If you haven’t watched George Lang’s series of live music recordings, you are missing out. Missing out, people! Here’s the latest, most holiday-appropriate episode.
The agony and the ecstacy: Bedlam 2011
October 20, 2011
My pal Jenni Carlson has a column today about the most epic of epic games: this year’s Bedlam. Here’s an excerpt:
Never before in the BCS era have we had a Bedlam where both teams have been playing for a shot at a national title.
That makes this year’s Bedlam different.
That’s why this game needs a... Read More
Could better technology stop meth cooks?
October 13, 2011
Nearly 3 of 4 Oklahoma doctors use a state program designed to stop doctor-shopping addicts. What about the other 1 in 4? This summer, I wrote about the fifth anniversary of a state program that is designed to curb prescription addicts. The Prescription Monitoring Program has gained popularity, but it doesn’t... Read More
How to donate to Hopeline for victims of domestic violence
October 13, 2011
All month long, you can drop off your used cell phone to help victims of domestic violence who need a way to call authorities or family members in times of need. Even if your phone is old and doesn’t work, officials can recycle the parts and use that money to support the Hopeline project, which is sponsored by... Read More
Even gorillas hate Texas
October 04, 2011
Check out this picture from the Oklahoma City Zoo. Lisa Lee snapped this photo of Kelele, a Western lowland gorilla.