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Crumbling Capitol

Oklahoma State Capitol Credit: Shannon Cornman That’s why they’ve been included on this year’s list of Oklahoma’s Most Endangered Historic Places. Preservation Oklahoma Inc., a private nonprofit, unveiled its 2013 selections April 10 during a presentation at the Capitol. Gov. Mary Fallin attended the event, thanking Preservation Oklahoma for including the Capitol on its list.

Gold in them thar dome?

Credit: Brad Gregg Built as a bank in 1958, the building was saved from destruction once before by its former owner in the 1990s after public protests. The dome has lost a number of its tenants in the past few years, including the Prohibition Room restaurant and bar. Now, Bank 7 officials plan to hold

Breast intentions

It’s not unusual for pregnant women to feel less than beautiful, and Oklahoma City artist Kelly Brinkmeyer was no exception. During her pregnancy in 2007, she channeled this frustration and killed two birds with one stone: learning to love her body while creating art — some nudity required. It was a hot July day when

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