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‘All the World’s a Stage’

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“I was always drawn to acting in school,” says Presley, whose latest film, The Great Alaskan Race, premiered in October. “I was fortunate [because] I’d leave football practice and go to musical practice. It’s a different platform but still a platform for performance.”

Flu’s Aches and Pains

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Last year’s flu season set a record as the longest-lasting season in a decade, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports. This year’s season, which began in October, has the potential to be just as long … and even more severe.  “The flu season is very unpredictable with time, severity and length...

An Oklahoma Wormhole

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Worms. Onion burgers. An old trolley. Artificial insemination of livestock. These may not seem to add up to anything, but they do in El Reno. These entities help to make the Canadian County seat an esoteric town, whether it’s on the one-mile rail circuit, at a trifecta of diners pounding grilled “ingerns”...

Merry and Bright

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Decorating one’s Christmas tree is perhaps one of the most beloved holiday traditions that brings family and friends together for a festive occasion. Though many an ornament can be purchased from retail behemoths, local businesses also offer a wide variety of accessories for your tree.  Richard Neel Interiors and...

17 Events to Experience this Thanksgiving Weekend

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For many, Thanksgiving means an extra long weekend to enjoy time with friends and family. Whether you want to catch a game, enjoy beautiful lights, see a show or meet up with Santa Claus, our list includes 17 great activities to try this weekend in Tulsa, OKC and around the state.

Online Stranger Dangers

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The concept of “stranger danger” is something children are taught early on, but with ease of access to the internet, parents should also educate their kids about dangers online. Today’s young people are often called digital natives because they have had high-speed internet access throughout their lives. They have been exposed to everything...

A Fitting Representation

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The 22-foot-tall statue gazes and gestures to the east as a symbol of peace, optimism and dignity. In many ways, it represents not just the place where it stands – Ponca City – but Oklahoma as a state. Standing Bear, depicted in 9,100 pounds of bronze by sculptor Oreland C. Joe Sr., was the...

Educational Remnants

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The rectangular building, gray and beaten with age, is barely distinguishable from the wild grasses that grow up around it – simply a smudge on a prairie that threatens to envelop it. In other locations exist mere suggestions of buildings – steps that lead nowhere, a part of a wall, a corner open to the vast...

Caring for Your Animals

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The pulse of your Pet’s health Veterinarians say medical advancements extend their patients’ lives Advancements and research in veterinary medicine mean animals today have better health outcomes and longer lives than they did a decade ago. “The biggest development I’ve seen has been better understanding of and treatment for...

20 Scenic Sites for Fall Foliage

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Autumn has arrived, and the leaves are taking on beautiful tones of red, orange and yellow. As the air cools and the days grow shorter, it is the perfect season to get out of the house and explore the brilliant colors of nature. Oklahoma and the surrounding states offer many breathtaking views of the changing foliage.