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Joe Elliott Says He Knew Motley Crue's Retirement Wouldn't Last

The Def Leppard frontman never believed the Crue were done touring. Continue reading…

Triumph's Mike Levine Details Upcoming Documentary: Interview

Bassist talks about movie and band's induction into Canada's Walk of Fame. Continue reading…

Guns N' Roses' First 2020 Concert Set for Super Bowl Week

They'll play in Miami as part of the Super Bowl Music Fest. Continue reading…

Buckcherry's Josh Todd Doesn't Know Why Slash Split Their Band

Singer recalls month of work with Guns N’ Roses guitarist in 2002 that ended without proper explanation. Continue reading…

Huey Lewis and the News Announce New Album, 'Weather'

Details of LP come with second single, "While We're Young." Continue reading…

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'Marriage Story'R 2:16 2 1/2 of 4 starsOscar-nominated writer-director Noah Baumbach's ("The Squid and the Whale") divorce drama this week won best feature, the audience award, best screenplay and best actor for Adam Driver at the Independent Film Project's Gotham Awards in New York.

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Art on view at bank locationsNBC Oklahoma’s Artist Series is featuring “Frontier Rodeo Company Yearlings” by Jeff Dodd.

Tribe asks feds for help on gaming standoff

By Barbara HoberockTulsa WorldThe head of the largest gaming tribe in Oklahoma has told the federal agency that oversees tribal gaming that any effort to disrupt its operations would be an "intolerable risk" to the tribe and its citizens.In a Tuesday letter to the U.S. Department of Interior, Chickasaw Nation Gov.

Closing arguments, MAPS 4 voting begins

By William CrumStaff writer wcrum@oklahoman.comOklahoma City police officers and firefighters are watching as closely as anyone for a win at the polls in Tuesday's MAPS 4 election.Public safety manpower and money has gotten behind the MAPS 4 campaign because "this is something we really believe in and want to make a difference," International Association of Fire Fighters Local 157 President Scott Van Horn said Thursday."No one interacts more with neighborhoods across Oklahoma City than public safety, and most of our 911 calls are a result of the things MAPS 4 will address," he said.With Mayor David Holt out making his closing arguments, early in-person voting on MAPS 4 was underway Thursday.By 2 p.m., 2,800 absentee and early votes had been cast.

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