Entertainment News

October 2019 New Music Releases

Anniversary celebrations dominate the list, but there are also some notable original projects on the way. Continue reading…

When NBC Turned Buck Rogers Into 'Burt Reynolds in Outer Space'

The network took a big sci-fi swing with a series that sparkled on debut before quickly falling to Earth. Continue reading…

Watch Robert Plant Joke About Brian Johnson Joining Led Zeppelin

Singers recall difficult days of hoping band work would supply “square meal” in TV clip. Continue reading…

Why Eddie Money Didn't Join Montrose

Late singer discussed his respect for guitar icon in previously unpublished interview. Continue reading…

Jimmy Page Accepts He 'Drifted a Bit' After Led Zeppelin

Guitarist and producer says the Firm, featuring Paul Rodgers, got him out of “deep introspection” period following John Bonham’s death. Continue reading…

Local News

Oklahoma ScissorTales: Solid pick to state's high court

The Oklahoman OpinionsConservatives critical of the process used to select Oklahoma’s appellate court judges shouldn’t have much to gripe about regarding the newest member of the state Supreme Court.Gov.

Group will host Oklahoma City tent revival

By Carla HintonFaith editorchinton@oklahoman.comAn Oklahoma City woman envisions revival sweeping through the metro area.Mary Walbert decided to host the 4th Street Tent Revival with the hope that her vision will come to pass.The event will be at 6 p.m.

Episcopal priest shares lessons gleaned from her global women's ministry

By Carla HintonFaith editorchinton@oklahoman.comCaring for hurting individuals in the community is most effective if one commits to it like a fun, interactive children's dance.The Rev.

High school football: Dayton Wolfe, Westmoore weather storm and Mustang in 41-21 win

By Murray EvansFor The OklahomanMOORE — Westmoore quarterback Dayton Wolfe apparently is just as effective throwing a wet football as a dry one.In a game delayed by 49 minutes by lightning and played mostly during moderate-to-heavy rainfall, Wolfe completed 18 of 30 passes for 419 yards and five touchdowns and ran for 64 yards and another score to lead the Jaguars to a 41-21 win over Mustang at Moore Schools Stadium on Friday night.Four of Wolfe’s touchdown passes came after halftime, helping Westmoore (3-0), ranked sixth in Class 6A-I, pull away from a 14-14 tie with seventh-ranked Mustang (2-1).“First of all, (Wolfe) is a dude, man,” Westmoore coach Lorenzo Williams said.

High school football: 5 takeaways from Bethany's 40-6 victory against Kingfisher

By Cameron JourdanBETHANY -- Class 4A No. 2 Bethany dominated from the start Friday, topping Class 3A No.

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