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  • newState education board begins new era with new members
    By Tim WillertStaff writertwillert@oklahoman.comKurt Bollenbach of Kingfisher had to think twice before agreeing to join the state Board of Education."Whenever I was asked, I, in all reality, didn't want to say yes," he recalled Thursday after being…
    - 30 mins ago, 26 May 19, 5:00am -
  • newOklahoma City swimming pools, spraygrounds open for 2019 season
    By Robert MedleyStaff writerrmedley@oklahoman.comSwimming pools, spray grounds, splash pads and water slides are open again in Oklahoma City for the 2019 summer season.There are two main aquatic centers that opened Saturday — Will Rogers and Early…
    - 30 mins ago, 26 May 19, 5:00am -
  • newPharmacy at Homeless Alliance to expand days of operation after funding increase
    By Kayla BranchStaff writerkbranch@oklahoman.comThe Oklahoma County pharmacy plans to expand days of service for one of its two locations in the coming months, benefiting Oklahoma City's low-income and homeless population.The pharmacy location insid…
    - 30 mins ago, 26 May 19, 5:00am -
  • State of emergency expands across Oklahoma as storms bring more rain
    By Josh WallaceStaff writerjwallace@oklahoman.comEL RENO — Feet away from what could be considered the new shoreline of Lake El Reno, two men spent part of their Friday morning talking about how much the lake had grown in recent days.As the waves…
    - 8 hours ago, 25 May 19, 9:05pm -
  • Body pulled from OKC river Saturday
    From Staff ReportsA man’s body was pulled from the waters of the Oklahoma River Saturday morning.The body was spotted in the 1500 block of S Western Avenue about 7:30 a.m.Read more on NewsOK.com
    - 19 hours ago, 25 May 19, 10:03am -
  • Fifteen OKC schools close for good
    By Tim WillertStaff writer twillert@oklahoman.comKids wearing blue sunglasses, a gift from the Oklahoma City Thunder, played outside Horace Mann Elementary School and snacked on cupcakes and drank from silver pouches with straws.Summer vacation near…
    - 1 day ago, 25 May 19, 1:25am -
  • State briefs for May 25
    Students with disabilities participate in summer training programsCareer planning and on-the-job training will continue for Oklahoma students with disabilities when school ends, thanks to Transition School to Work.Read more on NewsOK.com
    - 1 day ago, 25 May 19, 1:23am -

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      Oklahoma City Moms Blog

      • Summer 2019 Guide to Free Outdoor Movies & Concerts in the Metro
        It’s that time of the year again! Summer break is upon us, the weather is getting warmer, and we just want to spend more time outside. So gather the lawn chairs, blankets, and your favorite snacks. Let’s head to the Free movies and concert…
        - 5 days ago, 20 May 19, 7:42pm -
      • I Forgot What End-of-Year Teacher Tired Felt Like
        Oh hey there, summer! It’s nice to see you! Been awhile, huh?  If you’re a teacher, or a mom, or a teacher-mom, you’re probably taking a big sigh of relief right now. I know I am! We made it, ladies! Here we are at the end of another sc…
        - 6 days ago, 20 May 19, 1:00am -
      • I’m Glad we Chose to Hold Him Back
        My son is a bright, sweet boy who happened to not do very well when he started Pre-K. It was a combination of factors that included a teacher/student misfit, a diagnosis we had yet to receive, and just not being ready. In fact, we pulled him o…
        - 6 days ago, 20 May 19, 1:00am -
      • HeyDay is Serving Up Fun for the Whole Family
        This post is sponsored by HeyDay Entertainment; however, all opinions expressed are my own! Since moving back to Norman five years ago, I had only ventured into HeyDay for parties. When HeyDay Entertainment invited my family for a complimentar…
        - 6 days ago, 20 May 19, 1:00am -
      • I’m an Indoor Mom
        As an adult, I finally feel comfortable admitting there are things in this world that other people like (and even love) that I just don’t care for, or sometimes even hate. Gum. Ranch dressing. The Outdoors. Yep, I said it. I’m hereby decla…
        - 6 days ago, 20 May 19, 1:00am -
      • My Promise to Other Mamas
        To my mama friends… I promise to always bring enough sliced grapes for everyone to our play dates. I promise to hold your newborn while you take a shower, eat a meal, or do whatever needs to be done. I promise to invite you to come to my hou…
        - 9 days ago, 17 May 19, 11:00am -
      • Mom of the Month: DeLyn Richardson {May 2019}
        We love our mom of the month series! Do you know a special mom in our community who deserves some special recognition? Fill out the form and nominate a mom you know here! Thank you to True Sky Credit Union for partnering with us to provide a s…
        - 10 days ago, 16 May 19, 11:00am -

      The Daily Thunder

      • Down to Dunk Podcast: NBA Draft Wing Prospects
        On today’s podcast we discuss the following topics: Does OKC have high IQ players? Wings OKC could draft at 21 Cam Johnson Matisse Thybulle Nikeil Alexander-Walker Tyler Herro Keldon Johnson And so much more Thanks for listening and subscribe on i…
        - 5 days ago, 21 May 19, 1:56am -
      • Down to Dunk Podcast: NBA Draft Center Prospects
        On today’s podcast we discuss the following topics: NBA Draft Prospects Bol Bol  Hachimura Clarke Kabengele And so much more Thanks for listening and subscribe on iTunes!
        - 12 days ago, 14 May 19, 5:25pm -
      • Down to Dunk Podcast: Thunder Offseason Development
        On today’s podcast we discuss the following topics: Picking the remaining playoff series How can KD change the West next season? Who needs to develop for OKC to take the next step? Pancake toppings And so much more Thanks for listening and subscri…
        - 15 days ago, 10 May 19, 7:01pm -
      • Down to Dunk Podcast: Thunder Optimism Time Machine
        On today’s podcast we discuss the following topics: Paul George and Westbrook’s surgeries  How will it impact the start of the season? Ranking the best and worst endings to the 11 Thunder seasons What year was the most optimistic? What year felt…
        - 17 days ago, 9 May 19, 1:02am -
      • Assessing the Thunder’s Summer of Surgery
        A look at the Paul George/Russell Westbrook surgeries.
        - 18 days ago, 8 May 19, 3:31pm -
      • Paul George, Russell Westbrook Undergo Successful Surgeries
        According to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, Paul George and Russell Westbrook both underwent successful surgeries on Tuesday. George is expected to miss training camp after a procedure to repair a torn rotator cuff in his right shoulder — and will al…
        - 18 days ago, 7 May 19, 10:50pm -
      • Down To Dunk Podcast: Thunder Free Agent Targets
        On today’s podcast we discuss the following: Thunder Free Agent Targets Wes Matthews or Ariza? Can Diallo improve? Options with Roberson Which coach should replace Billy? & more!
        - 19 days ago, 7 May 19, 1:00am -

      About.com OKC - Adam Knapp

      The Lost Ogle

      • Weekend Radar: Memorial Day Weekend Edition
        Your most trusted-trusted source for all-things Oklahoma City is back with its weekly feature,  Weekend Radar, highlighting a few of the most promising happenings in the metro. This weekend’s edition is brought to you by our friends at Energy…
        - 2 days ago, 24 May 19, 1:42pm -
      • The Oklahoman has retired NewsOK.com…
        Another failed Oklahoman experiment is being put out to pasture. Yesterday morning, while its few remaining print subscriptions were being delivered to grandparents and bagel shops all over the metro, The Oklahoman quietly re-branded NewsOK.com…
        - 2 days ago, 23 May 19, 6:51pm -
      • Russian Spy Maria Butina Stranded In Grady County Jail…
        From the films Golden Eye and Red Sparrow, to Tom Clancy novels and same tirades my great-uncle has been repeating since 1984, we Americans have always seemed to romanticize the intrigue, deception, and history of the Cold War. Though the USSR fell n…
        - 3 days ago, 23 May 19, 2:52pm -
      • Musician & Filmmaker Luke Dick Discusses His New Film – Red Dog
        This year’s most charming family film has pasty-clad breasts, head-thumping bouncers and a wide enough variety of booze and drugs to subdue even the rowdiest motorcycle gang—it’s called Red Dog and, in case you couldn’t guess, it’s all abou…
        - 3 days ago, 23 May 19, 1:46pm -
      • Emily Sutton Confronts Derplahoman On Facebook. Earns Free Mexican Food For Life.
        On Monday afternoon, while severe weather anxiety gripped the entire metro, Emily Sutton brought a couple of bilingual employees into the KFOR weather lair to hype up that deadly, didn’t-really-materialize PDS weather forecast for the Spanish-…
        - 3 days ago, 22 May 19, 8:19pm -
      • Dehydration & Anxiety in Tulsa’s Gathering Place…
        A few weeks back, and I sent Patrick a text, something to the extent of, “Hey I’m going to Tulsa next Tuesday with my gf and won’t be able to write, sorry.” But it was also the week before I was supposed to write, and this timeline is alrea…
        - 4 days ago, 22 May 19, 4:09pm -
      • Trains to be given $1,000 fines for blocking intersections…
        In the span of two hours as I moved my apartment from the south side to the north side, I was caught behind two parked trains. Each of these bullshit behemoths took over 20 minutes to move. This was why I was thrilled to see lawmakers take action ag…
        - 4 days ago, 22 May 19, 2:12pm -

      OKCTalk News

      • Plans to renovate historic Union Station move forward
        On Wednesday, the Parks Subcommittee of the MAPS 3 Citizens Advisory Board reviewed a preliminary report regarding the next steps in the proposed Union Station renovation.Earlier this year, the MAPS 3 Board voted to allocation $10 million in exce…
        - 3 days ago, 23 May 19, 12:44pm -
      • Modern barbeque concept coming to N. May Avenue
        A new hospitality company is approaching completion of The Smoking Boar near May and Britton Roads in North Oklahoma City.The team of operating partner Jason Johnson, culinary director Jim Camp and executive chef Boo Hee Newman are making a signi…
        - 5 days ago, 21 May 19, 11:57am -
      • Von Maur to bring boutique to Penn Square
        Dry Goods, a boutique retailer owned by department store operator Von Maur, is planning to open it's first Oklahoma location in Penn Square Mall.Dry Goods features apparel, accessories, and gifts for young women. The name is a nod to the origina…
        - 5 days ago, 21 May 19, 11:24am -
      • 8 level parking garage planned for Midtown
        The Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) is planning to construct a large new parking structure on the southwest corner of NW 7th and Robinson.Plans submitted by GSB Architects show pre-cast concrete skinned in vertical aluminum tubing, glas…
        - 11 days ago, 14 May 19, 9:13pm -
      • Play Cafe planned for Uptown District
        A new restaurant is proposed for the Uptown / 23rd Street District that will be aimed towards families with children.The building at 610 NW 23rd had previously been home to a pawn shop before being purchased by local investor and developer Jeff J…
        - 13 days ago, 13 May 19, 2:41pm -
      • Arrive Hotels to bring mid-century chic to Midtown
        Los Angeles based Arrive Hotels & Restaurants has chosen the Midtown district of Oklahoma City for only their 6th location in the country.The group opened their first high-style hotel in Palm Springs in 2016 and have 4 others in various stages of…
        - 33 days ago, 23 Apr 19, 11:21am -
      • Neighborhood Jam to anchor new Midtown development
        Plans have been submitted for a new development on the site of the former Boulevard Cafeteria.The new 2-story, 32,922 square foot retail, and office building would have Neighborhood Jam – a popular breakfast and brunch spot – as the anchor te…
        - 38 days ago, 17 Apr 19, 5:33pm -

      KOCO - OKC News

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        • Night Club/Dance Club back in the 80's...name??
          Hey All... Waaaaaaaay back when I was a freshman in college at CSU...soon to change to UCO in Edmond...about late 1981/82. I would go with a few...
          - 7 hours ago, 25 May 19, 10:22pm -
        • Never Forget
          Hope everyone has a great weekend. Never forget why it is so many of us have a day off work on Monday. Never Forget ...
          - 9 hours ago, 25 May 19, 8:26pm -
        • Intersections to avoid!
          I have a few intersections I try to avoid at all costs! Here they are: 1. May and Memorial. 2. Penn and Memorial. 3. Western and Memorial. 4. ...
          - 1 day ago, 24 May 19, 7:57pm -
        • The Smoking Boar
          *Modern barbeque concept coming to N. May Avenue* (https://www.okctalk.com/content.php?r=616-Modern-barbeque-concept-coming-to-N-May-Avenue) A new...
          - 4 days ago, 22 May 19, 12:51pm -
        • Heifers and Hens
          I just heard this burgers and wings place is going in on l-240 next to Outback on Penn. Does anyone have any information on it?
          - 5 days ago, 21 May 19, 4:33pm -
        • Dress Barn
          Announced they are closing all 650 of their stores. Only 2 in Oklahoma are at the outlets and at Rockwell Plaza. ...
          - 5 days ago, 21 May 19, 12:44pm -
        • Dry Goods
          *Von Maur to bring boutique to Penn Square* (https://www.okctalk.com/content.php?r=615-Von-Maur-to-bring-boutique-to-Penn-Square) Dry Goods, a...
          - 5 days ago, 21 May 19, 11:28am -

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        Oklahoma Gazette

        • SUMMER GUIDE Panoramic parks
          Parks around the state feature scenic views and fun activities for the summer. While Oklahoma City awaits the grand opening of downtown’s 70-acre Scissortail Park, which is slated for late September, other parks…
          - 2 days ago, 24 May 19, 1:30pm -
        • Youth crisis
          Sisu Youth Services is now the only emergency youth shelter not requiring documents in Oklahoma City. Sisu Youth Services has seen the number of drop-in clients nearly double since the closure of another nonprofit…
          - 2 days ago, 24 May 19, 1:15pm -
        • SUMMER GUIDE Go tacos
          Despite their mobility, taco trucks generally have set locations unless they are heading out for catering or private events. They are the best way to get a tasty meal that is not filled with the processed items found at the drive-thru.…
          - 2 days ago, 24 May 19, 1:00pm -
        • Candied cannabis
          Nature’s Key was one of the first edibles companies to put its product on shelves. Six months later, the company’s future is getting sweeter. Tucked inside a nondescript, labyrinthine building on the northwest…
          - 2 days ago, 24 May 19, 1:00pm -
        • SUMMER GUIDE Hello, Oklahoma!
          Oklahoma City and Tulsa are getting inundated with concerts this summer. Not long ago, a roundup of notable concerts hitting Oklahoma in a given summer would have been depressingly Tulsa-heavy.…
          - 2 days ago, 24 May 19, 1:00pm -
        • SUMMER GUIDE Summertime strains
          Warm up to some hot-weather varieties that pair well with summer activities. There is only a short window — as little as a few weeks — between the days of moderate temperatures interspersed with violent severe…
          - 2 days ago, 24 May 19, 1:00pm -
        • Hard Work
          Changing Frequencies speaks truth to power on afrofuturistic FREQ Work. Further solidifying Oklahoma’s reputation as a germination pool for thoughtful, high-consciousness hip-hop, Changing Frequencies’ (CF) de…
          - 3 days ago, 23 May 19, 1:30pm -

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        Business News from NewsOK

        • newAlmost 40% of Americans would struggle to cover a $400 emergency
          By Matthew BoeslerBloombergMany U.S. households find themselves in a fragile position financially, even in an economy with an unemployment rate near a 50-year low, according to a Federal Reserve survey.The Fed's 2018 report on the economic well-bein…
          - 31 mins ago, 26 May 19, 5:00am -
        • newBoeing's 737 Max costs $2,000 a month each for parking
          By Julie Johnsson and Mary SchlangensteinBloombergWhile regulators contemplate whether Boeing Co.'s 737 Max can safely return to the skies, workers in a California airplane-storage yard keep a careful vigil against earthier concerns.Crews have seale…
          - 31 mins ago, 26 May 19, 5:00am -
        • newBusiness people for May 26
          David Lewis has joined Stability Growth as chief operating officer.Read more on NewsOK.com
          - 31 mins ago, 26 May 19, 5:00am -
        • newStormy weather, trade wars hamper grain production
          Torrential rain this spring in Oklahoma and throughout the region are affecting agriculture prices, leading off this week’s edition of Futures File, our weekly commodities wrap-up.Cloudy outlook for grainsU.S. farmers are stuck in quagmire as the…
          - 31 mins ago, 26 May 19, 5:00am -
        • newOklahoma business briefs for May 25, 2019
          Staff ReportsOGE Energy Foundation awards scholarshipsThe OGE Energy Corp. Foundation recently presented 2019 Positive Energy scholarships worth up to $60,000 each to three high school seniors, officials announced this week.2019 recipients are Trev…
          - 31 mins ago, 26 May 19, 5:00am -
        • newAphria may be pick of the cannabis industry
          Taking StockBy Malcolm BerkoDear Mr. Berko: I've invested off and on in about a dozen pot stocks and lost money each time.Read more on NewsOK.com
          - 31 mins ago, 26 May 19, 5:00am -
        • newTrump and Abe tee off amid US-Japan trade tensions
          MOBARA, Japan (AP) — Golf never seems to be far behind whenever President Donald Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe get together.So on Sunday, during a four-day state visit to Japan, the president jumped aboard the Marine One helicopter…
          - 6 hours ago, 25 May 19, 11:52pm -

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        • Early Finish to 2019 Legislative Session
          The Oklahoma Legislature has cleared its desks of bills and has finished business for the year. One last criminal justice reform measure made it out of the Senate before lawmakers closed up shop. Technically, they can return next week, if needed. The…
          - 2 days ago, 24 May 19, 11:51am -
        • Lucas Supporting Trump Ag Aid in Shadow of Chinese Trade War
          Oklahoma agriculture producers are one of those affected by President Trump’s tariffs on the Chinese and other trading partners. His administration, with some help from Congress and last year’s Farm Bill, have set up an aid program to help farmer…
          - 2 days ago, 24 May 19, 11:32am -
        • House Passes Bill Changing Criteria for Losing School Accreditation
          The House sent Senate Bill 193 to the governor this week. The measure allows a school which receives a deficiency in accreditation to retain it until a $50 million funding increase comes from the Legislature. If signed into law, schools won’t lose…
          - 2 days ago, 24 May 19, 11:24am -
        • Cole: Freedom is the American Dream
          By Congressman Tom Cole Ever since our brave forebearers declared America’s independence, the United States has been a beacon of liberty, hope and opportunity. Indeed, America is still regarded the world over as a land where success can be achieved…
          - 2 days ago, 24 May 19, 11:10am -
        • LOFT Bill Moves Forward
          On Wednesday, the House passed Senate Bill 1 creating the Legislative Office of Fiscal Transparency (LOFT) to give the Legislature a greater insight into agency budgets and spending. Governor Stitt will decide the fate of the measure supported by Hou…
          - 3 days ago, 23 May 19, 12:08pm -
        • Bail Reform Measure Dies in House
          Senate Bill 252 looked to change the bail system in Oklahoma, but it was stopped short of becoming law in the Oklahoma House on Wednesday. NonDoc’s Tres Savage writes legislators with law enforcement backgrounds stood against the bill saying the st…
          - 3 days ago, 23 May 19, 11:53am -
        • House Approves Bill Limiting Four-Day School Weeks
          The House sent Senate Bill 441, which instructs the State Department of Education to create new classroom time guidelines, to the Governor on Wednesday.  The Oklahoman’s Carman Forman writes the bill would set a minimum number of instructional day…
          - 3 days ago, 23 May 19, 11:41am -

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        • newEnergy FC beats Colorado Springs and the weather, but just barely
          By Ed GodfreyStaff writeregodfrey@oklahoman.comEnergy FC goalkeeper Cody Laurendi has been in Oklahoma City long enough to become accustomed to seeing lightning in the sky.Some of his teammates who are playing their first season in Oklahoma City, ho…
          - 6 hours ago, 25 May 19, 11:51pm -
        • newYankees hold on for DH sweep of Royals, win 7th straight
          KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Chance Adams didn't get to Kauffman Stadium on Saturday until midway through the first game of a day-night doubleheader.He had an early flight out of Syracuse, New York, then caught a connecting flight in Chicago before fi…
          - 6 hours ago, 25 May 19, 11:44pm -
        • newVillar, Nunez homer as Orioles beat Rockies 9-6.
          DENVER (AP) — Jonathan Villar and Renato Nunez both homered and finished with three hits to lead the Baltimore Orioles to a 9-6 win over the Colorado Rockies on Saturday night.Nunez went deep for the fourth straight game and Pedro Severino had fo…
          - 6 hours ago, 25 May 19, 11:36pm -
        • Bellinger, Seager lead Dodgers past Pirates 7-2
          PITTSBURGH (AP) — Cody Bellinger and Corey Seager both doubled and drove in two runs as the Los Angeles Dodgers slugged their way past the Pittsburgh Pirates 7-2 on Saturday night.Max Muncy added two doubles for the Dodgers, who had eight two-bas…
          - 6 hours ago, 25 May 19, 11:30pm -
        • The Latest: It's golf and sumo wrestling for Trump in Japan
          TOKYO (AP) — The Latest on President Donald Trump's trip to Japan (all times local):1:10 p.m.The trophy President Donald Trump is set to present to the winner of a premier sumo wrestling championship is on display at a ritzy Tokyo hotel."The…
          - 6 hours ago, 25 May 19, 11:30pm -
        • Leonard scores 27, Raptors advance to first NBA Finals
          TORONTO (AP) — Kawhi Leonard had 27 points and 17 rebounds to lead the Toronto Raptors into the NBA Finals for the first time with a 100-94 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks on Saturday night.The Raptors overcame a 15-point deficit to win the seri…
          - 6 hours ago, 25 May 19, 11:03pm -
        • Correa's RBI single in 9th gives Astros 4-3 win over Boston
          HOUSTON (AP) — With the bases loaded in the ninth inning, Carlos Correa had a straight-forward approach."I'm thinking, 'I've got to finish this game,'" Correa said.He did, hitting an RBI single to give the Houston Astros a 4-3 victory over the…
          - 6 hours ago, 25 May 19, 11:02pm -

        Doug Loudenback - OKC History

        • Terry L. Griffith
          Very sad news ... Terry L. Griffith, Oklahoma City historian and writer of three basic books on Oklahoma City's history, died on Christmas Day 2014. I never met Terry but his three Arcadia Publishing books have been a constantly used and reliable sou…
          - 6 Jan 15, 4:44pm -
        • Oklahoma's Most Notorious Cases
          A Book Review by Doug LoudenbackWho doesn’t savor extravagantly entangled murder mysteries, nefarious melodramas in which big business is allegedly unworried about harming the public, and yarns of political corruption-crime-and-intrigue? I’m no…
          - 25 Nov 14, 1:50am -
        • Common Sense from Paine to Frates
          What do the venerable Thomas Paine, author of the 1775-1776 pamphlet, Common Sense, and modern day Oklahoma Citian, lawyer, former Republican legislator, and author, Kent F. Frates have in common? They both had/have common sense. Read on, concerning…
          - 20 Jun 14, 12:51am -
        • Invisible Black History Before Statehood
          This post honors Black History Month with three stories about Invisible Black History in Oklahoma City before statehood, and largely tracks my presentation to RetroMetro OKC at the downtown library on February 17, 2014. A few additional materials and…
          - 19 Jun 14, 2:43pm -
        • We CAN have a convention hotel ... For A Few Dollars More
          Was a convention hotel mentioned as a part of the MAPS 3 campaign? Part of the June 11, 2013, City Council discussion focused on that question during a presentation by the Alliance for Oklahoma City Economic Development. A truncated version of the di…
          - 21 Jul 13, 10:18pm -
        • While My Guitar Gently Weeps
          This haunting tune by George Harrison strikes me as particularly poignant this week in the Oklahoma City metro, as the city of Moore and other metro communities experienced yet again the horrors that Mother Nature can bring. Some (Westoro Baptist C…
          - 6 Jun 13, 10:47pm -
        • John Lampton Belt, 1936-2013
          It came as a shock to me to read in Steve Lackmeyer's Oklahoman article that John Lampton Belt died Sunday morning, at the age of 76. Steve's article was published on-line on the same day, March 10, and it appeared in the print version of the Oklahom…
          - 21 May 13, 9:10pm -

        OKCTalk Nostalgia & Memories

        RetroMetro: Oklahoma City

        • Mummers Collection Videos

          - 2 Apr 15, 2:07pm -
        • Steve Lackmeyer Collection
          Steve Lackmeyer is the founding president of Retro Metro OKC and authored five books on Oklahoma City history (Bricktown, and OKC Second Time Around, Skirvin, Operation Scissortail and Cornerstone with co-author Jack Money). The Steve Lackmeyer Colle…
          - 16 Jan 15, 3:02pm -
        • Steve Lackmeyer Collection Photos

          - 16 Jan 15, 3:01pm -
        • Mummers Collection
          Mummers Theater, known in later years as Oklahoma Theater Center and finally as Stage Center, was widely considered the most daring architecture in the history of Oklahoma City. Mummers Theater was a component in the 1964 downtown redevelopment plan…
          - 16 Jan 15, 2:59pm -
        • Mummers Collection Photos

          - 16 Jan 15, 2:59pm -
        • Norman Thompson Collection
          Imagine climbing into the attic of a beloved relative, a life-long resident of Oklahoma City, and discovering a treasure trove of photos, mementoes, school and church programs and restaurant menus. Norman Thompson, a founding member of Retro Metro OK…
          - 16 Jan 15, 2:58pm -
        • Norman Thompson Collection Photos

          - 16 Jan 15, 2:58pm -