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Que sera, Sera

Photo: Hilary Harris Famed label Sub Pop is best known for its roster of alternative rock acts, ranging from classic grunge acts like Nirvana, Soundgarden and Mudhoney to new hipster favorites like Obits, Mogwai and Dum Dum Girls, so it’s strange to see a folk/country act in their roster. Sera Cahoone takes total pride in

Heating up

Denver garage rockers Sauna dreamed that meeting one of its musical heroes would lead to a record deal. And it kind of did, if not in the way the four members had expected. “We were 16, just a few months after the band formed,” said guitarist CJ Macleod. “We saw Hunx and His Punx were

Getting past coal

Rixmann lauded a coal-fired power plant in Colorado that was retrofitted recently, touting it as a model for Oklahoma. My research shows that Colorado Springs City Council members were vehemently opposed to spending an additional $121 million on top of tens of millions already invested in retrofits for the plant. The council was particularly opposed

The Dark Knight Rises

Christian Bale returns as Gotham’s masked protector. Eight years — at least in movie time — have elapsed since the events of 2008’s The Dark Knight, and both Batman and his real-life identity, billionaire Bruce Wayne, have gone into seclusion. But the Batman is coerced back into action when an evil masked man named Bane (Tom

New to you

So I’m the new girl, and we’ve got shopping to do! First things first: If you’ve not already established a personal style mantra, start right now. Mine is: “Old or new, make it you.” There is an availability of abundant treasure in this great city. Whether you’re scouting for “new” accessories, clothing or furniture, you’re


Oklahoma Publishing Co., which owns The Oklahoman newspaper, NewsOK and a variety of other assets, announced it was being purchased by the Anschutz Corporation, owned by Colorado-based billionaire Philip Anschutz. All stock of the privately owned OPUBCO is to be sold to Anschutz in early October, Christy Gaylord Everest, chairwoman and CEO of OPUBCO, said

Texas 4000 charity ride stops in OKC

The ride is comprised of University of Texas students, and has helped to raise more than $2 million since its establishment in 2004. Oklahoma is one of only eight overnight stops during the ride of more than 4,500 miles, which will take its participants all the way to Alaska, and it’s the last one until

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