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September-B 2014

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Citizen Fricker leaves the newsroom

Citizen Fricker leaves the newsroom

Words of farewell to journalist Richard L. Fricker, from longtime friend and colleague Ray Pearcey.
Joe on Film: Bi-weekly bits

Joe on Film: Bi-weekly bits

A peek at some interesting new offerings coming up at your friendly local cineplex.
Documentary reveals music’s healing power

Documentary reveals music’s healing power

Mr. Letts

Mr. Letts

In a family of literary stars, the patriarch was no slouch himself
On giving and getting

On giving and getting

Showers, registries and the satisfaction of going rogue
Gems to unearth

Gems to unearth

Catching up on under-the-radar shows worth watching
Parks & reformation

Parks & reformation

The case for busting up, not consolidating, Tulsa’s parks system
Not-so-secret society

Not-so-secret society

Creativity in contrast

Creativity in contrast

A Montana human rights group had 4,100 reasons to transform hate into art
On the road again

On the road again

Fall music festivals: more intimate. more comfortable. closer to home.
Zero returns

Zero returns

Terry Gilliam’s latest falls flat by the iconic auteur’s lofty standards
Hop on, hop off

Hop on, hop off

Free weekend trolley service links downtown entertainment districts
Always Sonny

Always Sonny

Having a few afternoon kicks with Tulsa’s soccer evangelist
‘Put some sunlight on it’

‘Put some sunlight on it’

Oklahoma congressman is pro-choice—depending what you’re choosing
Making it up as they go

Making it up as they go

Crayons! Improv colors downtown Tulsa with laughs
Dangerous rhetoric

Dangerous rhetoric

State lawmaker’s comments on Islam only serve to incite hatred, fear