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Editor’s Letter – 10/18/17

Welcome to Hazard

Welcome to Hazard

Frankenpruitt is scary, but he’s not surprising
The age of innocence

The age of innocence

African American children and the absence of childhood blamelessness
Guns, death, and the end of conversation

Guns, death, and the end of conversation

Is now a good time?
Word on the street

Word on the street

What is today’s most frightening political situation?
Crazy scary

Crazy scary

The Asylum in Nowata rocks
Undead-friendly fun

Undead-friendly fun

An insomniac’s guide to Tulsa
Halloween in Green (Country)

Halloween in Green (Country)

More All-Hallows-Eve parties than you can shake a broomstick at
The most amazing f***ing thing that ever happened in the world

The most amazing f***ing thing that ever happened in the world

Eugene Hütz of Gogol Bordello talks punk and being one with magic
The search is over

The search is over

It’s easy to find the magic of Dwight Twilley
Choreographers in the corner

Choreographers in the corner

To level up, dancemakers need affordable spaces and support
Change is good

Change is good

Optimism surrounds the Oilers as new head coach sets tone for the season
Beyond hair of the dog

Beyond hair of the dog

Hangover remedies for Halloween through NYE
They’re coming to get you!

They’re coming to get you!

Shout! Factory deadens up Halloween
Groundhog’s paradise

Groundhog’s paradise

‘Happy Death Day’ is a clockwork remix
Genocide, through the eyes of a Child

Genocide, through the eyes of a Child

‘First They Killed My Father’ is an important indictment
True colors

True colors

New Age technology turns biofeedback into spiritual snapshot
The familiar in the foreign

The familiar in the foreign

Oklahoma Jewish Film Festival has something for everyone
Sugar and spice and everything nice

Sugar and spice and everything nice

Tulsa sweet shops bring their a-game this fall

Full Circle

A brief rundown of what’s happening at the Circle Cinema
Cherry-picked numbers

Cherry-picked numbers

Two myths that distort Oklahoma’s education funding debate