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Summer intensive auditions can be nerve-racking. A panel of directors is watching your every move, and you're not even sure if you can be s

By THOMAS MOODYDanez Smith’s 2017 collection Don’t Call Us Dead (Graywolf Press) opens with the sublime long poem “summer somewhere,” an elegy that imagines the victims of police shootings alive and s

The number of adults with autism is rapidly rising, yet advocates say nearly half of 25-year-olds with the disorder have never held a paying job.

A proposed settlement in a class-action suit spanning over two decades is expected to improve educational support and academic achievement for more than 250,000 students with disabilities.

At Copperfield Apartments we offer affordable 1 & 2 bedroom apartments in Northwest Oklahoma City, OK with all of the features & amenities you want.

For accountants, the two key important words in the above description are “ledger” and “technology”. Accountants have deeply understood ledgers for centuries. They have been leveraging technologies for decades. Therefore, Blockchain, is not a ...

The election of Letitia “Tish” James as the next attorney general of New York State has set up a political game of dominoes, with dozens eyeing a run for her current position—public advocate of New Yo

Last week, The Times ran an article addressing Amazon’s imminent move to Long Island City with the title,“What Amazon May Mean for Queens: Gentrification and (More) Packed Trains.” While the piece dis

The OERB partners with organizations, museums and universities to bring interactive science, technology, engineering and math exhibits to communities all across Oklahoma. Working alongside oil and natural gas companies, these events also highlight STEM career opportunities. Our goal is to get kids from K-12 engaged in STEM and inspired to be future scientists and engineers
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Winter is a time of freezing temperatures and horrid colds, which can be particularly problematic if you're disabled. To help you avoid getting ill this winter, read these six ways to stay warm and healthy this winter if you're disabled.

If you have sustained injuries in a trucking accident due to another party’s negligence, we can help. Call the Oklahoma City truck crash lawyers of Cunningham & Mears to learn more.

Looking for some recipes to try with your new Instant Pot and air fryer? Checkout some of these cookbooks for a variety of everyday meals to please the whole family.

Traditional stages are nice and all, but in the ever-unpredictable dance world, it's not uncommon for dancers to find themselves performing

GOODWELL, OK (KFDA) - A new scholarship at Oklahoma Panhandle State University could help students pay for school while investing in Oklahoma education. The Panhandle Promise scholarship, made possible by a $500,000 donation from an anonymous donor, will provide "gap funding" for chosen students, paying the remainder of their tuition and fees after any other financial aid. In exchange, students commit

When Hannahlei Cabanilla rolled up to her Dance Spirit cover shoot—just 36 hours after being named the "So You Think You Can Dance" Season 1

REI has issued a press release announcing their first store in Oklahoma, a 23,000 square foot store in Belle Isle Station, fomerly occupied by Babies"R"Us
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REI Co-op to open first store in state of Oklahoma in fall 2019
New store in Oklahoma City will offer top-quality outdoor gear, expertise and experiences
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More than three dozen kids now have new families after an adoption event in Muskogee.

Learning music in the early years of schooling can help children learn to read.

The veteran journalist is out with the second season of "We'll Meet Again" on PBS

New findings still show alarming rates of victimization, but also how school-based supports can improve outcomes for LGBTQ students.

New research suggests that determining whether or not a child likely has autism could one day be as simple as spitting in a cup.

The Trump administration's decision to stop drafting rules for website ADA compliance is widely seen as opening the floodgates to legal action.

Please fill out this form in order to receive tickets for Breakfast with Santa. Someone from MCHS Key Club will contact you about meeting you to purchase tickets. Thank you so much for your interested in the event. All proceeds go to McKinney Vento which serves students that are homeless in our community.

**Correction on Weight** Meant to say dry weight and was off in my own little land as it is 795 Dry and 827 Wet lbs, but only feels the lessor amount. Check ...

The nonprofit organization Coney Island USA is hosting a “Raise the Roof" fundraiser Saturday night at Freak Bar.

On Tuesday, voters turned out in record numbers for the midterm elections — and there is good evidence that health care motivated many of them to head to the polls. They voted to expand Medicaid in several states and elected more women than ever before to represent them in Congress.But less than 24 hours after ballots were cast, the Trump administration moved to undermine access to women’s health care, releasing a series of rules, one proposed and two final, attacking insurance coverage for…

Dick Zigun’s The Education of Al Capone As If Told by Jimmy Durante opens at Coney Island USA tonight. I caught it in previews last weekend and can’t say enough good things about it. An…

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The family friendly 33rd annual fall Peace Festival will bring together a cornucopia of entertainment, information and items for holiday shoppers. Photo by Darla Shelden
By Darla Shelden
City Sentinel Reporter
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK – Over 60 organizations will come together on Saturday,…