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Criminals plan ATM robbery in short film His nickname is “Olafantastic” and I can see how he earned it. Timothy Olyphant is an athlete (he swam competitively for USC), an artist (his drawings draw raves), and a devoted husband and father (he's been married to his college sweetheart since 1991, with whom he has a son and two daughters). He’s easy on the eyes, respected by his fellow actors, and scandalfree. To top it all off, Olyphant is the rare actor who excels not only at playing good guys and bad guys but guys in between, like lovable loser Dick, a clueless junkie bank robber in 2009’s indie treasure “High Life.” Our story takes place in 1983 in Winnipeg, Ontario, where we meet our “hero” Dick (Olyphant), a scraggy-looking guy with bad hair and no future beyond his next fix. Dick’s been in and out of prison so much that his wife finally left him, taking their son with her. He works as a hospital custodian now. It’s a lousy job but it’s the only one he’s been able to hold and it does give him access to his favorite drug morphine – at least until his old cellmate and fellow junkie Bug (Stephen Eric McIntyre) shows up at work one day and manages to get Dick fired. Dick isn’t all that upset. Bug might

Mary Anne Hempe Forgotten Video be a dangerous psychotic with absolutely no conscience, but Dick is glad his old pal is out of the pen. Dick knows he can depend on Bug when it comes to criminal enterprise. Forget the job; Dick has a plan to steal enough money to buy a year's supply of dope all at once. He's going to rip off one of those fancy new ATMs. A non-junkie would immediately recognize Dick’s plan as somewhere between stupid and beyond stupid, but Dick is convinced that nothing can go wrong. He's thought of everything. In addition to Bug, Dick enlists the aid of hypochondriac thief Donnie (Britain’s Joe Anderson, who will appear in the next “Twilight” installments as Alistair), and ladies’ man Billy (Rossif Sutherland, son of Donald and Keifer’s half-brother). Like the others, Billy is a junkie. Unlike them, Billy has never done time, which causes friction in the group. According to Bug and Donnie, someone like that just can't be trusted. But Dick has no choice.

• Gulliver’s Travels 3D: In this remake of the classic, Jack Black stars as a travel writer who takes an assignment in Bermuda, where the tiny citizens fo the island of Liliput give him trouble. PG. (Opens Dec. 25) • Little Fockers: The third installment of this series focuses on the birthday party for the twins. PG-13. • True Grit: A remake of the 1969 classic, Jeff Bridges stars as Marshal Reuban J. Cogburn, a man who helps young Mattie Ross track down her father’s killer. PG-13.

Now Showing: • Black Swan: This psychological thriller focuses on the relationship between a veteran ballet dancer and her rival. R. • Chronicles of Narnia: The

Voyage of the Dawn Treader 2D/3D: Lucy and Edmund bring their cousin along for an adventure with Prince Caspian aboard The Dawn Treader. PG. • Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1: The first part of the last book, in this Harry Potter tale, Harry seeks to destroy the Horcruxes that hold the soul of The Dark Lord. On his journey, he discovers the powerful Deathly Hallows. PG-13. • How Do You Know?: Former athlete Lisa finds herself in a love triangle as she examines the idea or relationships and love. Starring Reese Witherspoon, Paul Rudd and Owen Wilson. R. • Tangled 2D/3D: The longhaired princess Rapunzel, tucked away in a tower, is in

for an adventure when a bandit is the one to lure her from her fortress. The newest Disney flick. PG. • The Fighter:This film focuses on the early years of boxer “Irish” Micky Ward, taking special note of his relationship with his brother. Mark Wahlberg, Christian Bale and Amy Adams star in this film. R. • The Tourist: Johnny Depp and Angelina Jolie star in this thriller about an American tourist who is seduced into assisting a mysterious woman. PG-13. • Tron: Legacy 2D/3D: This sci-fi flick takes a look at the future as a virtual-world worker tries to take down the Master Control Program. PG. • Yogi Bear 2D/3D: Yogi Bear comes to the big screen in this faux documentary of Jellystone Park. PG.

• Despicable Me: An evil world dominator plans to steal the moon, until his scheme is thwarted by three orphaned girls. PG. • Jackass 3D: These crazy guys are up to their wild and dangerous stunts again, this time in 3D. R. • Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Gahoole: A young owl sets out on a journey to find the legendary Guardians in order to stop an evil owl army. PG. • Life As We Know It- They don’t have the best history together, but they must put all that aside when these two friends of friends become caregivers for an orphaned for the former best friends’ orphaned daughter. PG-13. • Red- A former assassin leaves his life of retirement to hunt down the people trying to kill him. He reassembles his old working buddies to help him. PG-13. • Saw 3D: A group of Jigsaw survivors gather to support each other. The group is led by selfhelp guru Bobby Dagen, who secrets put those around him in danger. R. Also: • Secretariat. PG.

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He needs Billy's charm and luck — traits that none of the other team members have — to get them through the plan's critical first phase. Once that’s out of the way, the rest of the scheme will go like clockwork and they’ll walk away with hundreds of thousands in cash. No one will be hurt. And no one will be killed. The plan is flawless. In theory, at least. “High Life” started out as a stage play in Montreal, where it won several awards for playwright Lee MacDougall. Perhaps one reason why “High Life” made such a successful transition to the screen is that MacDougall also co-wrote the screenplay (with “High Life’s” director Gary Yates), and was able to keep his four main characters just the way he wanted them, warts and all. Another reason is the fabulous cast; Olyphant is terrific as the group’s lame excuse for a “moral compass,” Joe Anderson is a hoot, and Stephen Eric McIntyre steals every scene he’s in — he has an amazing face! Hollywood should definitely take notice and start casting him in splashy bad-guy roles. The soundtrack is awesome and the hallucinatory moments (like the horse) are great. “High Life” is rated R (for language, violence, and drug usage) and is a brisk 80 minutes long.

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New Releases: • Gulliver’s Travels 3D: In this remake of the classic, Jack Black stars as a travel writer who takes an assignment in Bermuda, where the tiny citizens fo the island of Liliput give him trouble. PG. (Opens Dec. 25) • Little Fockers: The third installment of this series focuses on the birthday party for the twins. PG-13. • True Grit: A remake of the 1969 classic, Jeff Bridges stars as Marshal Reuban J. Cogburn, a man who helps young Mattie Ross track down her father’s killer. PG-13.

Now Showing: • Black Swan: This psychological thriller focuses on the relationship between a veteran ballet dancer and her rival. R. • Chronicles of Narnia: The

Voyage of the Dawn Treader 2D/3D: Lucy and Edmund bring their cousin along for an adventure with Prince Caspian aboard The Dawn Treader. PG. • Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1: The first part of the last book, in this Harry Potter tale, Harry seeks to destroy the Horcruxes that hold the soul of The Dark Lord. On his journey, he discovers the powerful Deathly Hallows. PG-13. • How Do You Know?: Former athlete Lisa finds herself in a love triangle as she examines the idea or relationships and love. Starring Reese Witherspoon, Paul Rudd and Owen Wilson. R. • Tangled 2D: The long-haired princess Rapunzel, tucked away in a tower, is in for an

adventure when a bandit is the one to lure her from her fortress. The newest Disney flick. PG. • The Fighter:This film focuses on the early years of boxer “Irish” Micky Ward, taking special note of his relationship with his brother. Mark Wahlberg, Christian Bale and Amy Adams star in this film. R. • The Tourist: Johnny Depp and Angelina Jolie star in this thriller about an American tourist who is seduced into assisting a mysterious woman. PG-13. • Tron: Legacy 2D/3D: This sci-fi flick takes a look at the future as a virtual-world worker tries to take down the Master Control Program. PG. • Yogi Bear 2D/3D: Yogi Bear comes to the big screen in this faux documentary of Jellystone Park. PG.


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Stepping out?Here’s a New Year’s Eve party list pop staff reports It’s time to say goodbye to 2010. So bid your farewells to the year of the iPad, Justin Beiber and WikiLeaks in style at some of these party venues.

Embassy Suites Embassy Suites will be hosting a New Year’s Eve Party at their hotel, 2501 Conference Dr. Tickets to the event are $25 per person. The party will feature live entertainment by Dave and the Wavetones and dancing. Heavy hors d’ oeuvres and desserts will be served along with a champagne toast at midnight. A cash bar will be available. The event lasts from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.

Riverwind Casino From 8 p.m. to 1 a.m., The Riverwind Casino will host a New Year’s Eve Party in the Showplace. Tickets are $20 per person or $35 per couple. The band Superfreak will perform and a live DJ will get people in the dancing mood. Party favors, pictures, snacks, a champagne toast and a breakfast coupon are also included in the package. Riverwind is located at 1-35 and West State Highway 9.

The Brewhouse Norman We have a phenomenal event playing this New Year’s Eve. The Seeker Band is a fabulous dance band featuring hits from the 70s, 80s, and 90s and will be playing from 10 p.m. to 1a.m. with a $5 cover charge. They are gracious enough to donate 100 percent of the door proceeds to Oklahoma Homeless Foundation.The Brewhouse is located at 110 W. Main St.

party favors. There is never a cover at Othello's Norman, 434 Buchanan Ave.

The Deli Hosty Duo will lead The Deli’s New Year’s Eve party. Everyone gets a hat and noisemakers and champagne will be served at midnight. Cover is $10.

Outside Norman Opening Night Opening Night begins at 7 p.m. in downtown Oklahoma City Dec. 31. Entertainment will provided in various venues in the downtown area. Wristbands to see performers are $10 at the event. They can be purchased beforehand for $8 at 7-Eleven Stores, Homeland stores, the Science Museum Oklahoma and MidFirst Bank Locations. Performers include Edgar Cruz, Justin Echols, Mariachi de Orgullo, OKC Improv, Brother Summit Band, Oklahoma City Roller Derby and Jamie Bramble. Festivities round up with the ball raising just around midnight and a fireworks show at Kerr Park.

Flaming Lips New Year’s Eve Freakout #4 The Flaming Lips are again providing Oklahoma residents with a New Year’s concert like none other. The concert will take place at 8:30 p.m. at the Cox Convention Center in downtown Oklahoma City. Tickets begin at $10 and can be purchased at the Cox Convention Center Box Office, all Ticketmaster outlets and at 1-800-7453000. Stardeath and White Dwarfs will play with the group.

Othello's Norman Christian Pearson will begin the evening on the solo piano at 6:30 p.m. Afterwards, local sensation and seasoned professional Camille Harp will kick the night into full gear with Americana roots at 9 p.m. Champagne will be available at midnight along with

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A crowd gathers downtown Oklahoma City for Opening Night in 2009. The festivities will return this year. Photos provided.


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Music

Bryan Adams plays to fans

Thien puts out fiery 3rd album By Doug Hill

audience and he sounds truly glad to perpop reviewer form in a more intimate environment. I should also note that the songs flow seamIf you were fortunate enough to catch lessly into one another even though they Canadian pop-rocker Bryan Adams per- were recorded in different venues this past form at Rose State College in Midwest City summer. last year, you heard a man performing And while there are plenty of Bryan both old and new songs with a Adams “best of” compilations to vibrancy and energy that Adams Review choose from, this recording has hasn’t offered in years. a “warts-and-all” quality, with And this past year, embarking • Bryan Adams audience yelps and handclaps. on a similarly stripped-down tour, • “Bare Bibes” It’s a true live album that offers appropriately called the “Bare • Decca up his best-known hits Bones Tour,” Adams, along with (“Heaven,” “(Everything I Do) I pianist Gary Breit toured North Do It For You,” “Straight from America decided to record some of the the Heart,” etc.) and some lesser-known shows along the way and, following multi- tracks (“It Ain’t a Party (If You Can’t Come ple requests from fans, decided to release ‘Round,” “Cloud Number Nine,” “Walk On an album of choice Bryan Adams songs in By”). There’s a little of everything here. the form of the 20-track “Bare Bones” “You’ve Been a Friend to Me” is an album. upbeat sing-along that opens up the disc Here’s where I should acknowledge while one of the strongest is “I’m Ready,” a that among rock music critics and rock song Adams recorded early in his career fans in general, the gravelly voiced singer- which presented here is an earthy, folky songwriter is often mocked and ridiculed love song with nice harmonica work from as being a lightweight or unoriginal. I’m Adams, accompanied with guitar and personally not in this group and in fact I piano. think there’s some jealousy at play here. Originally appearing on 1996’s poorlyJust listen to albums like 1984’s “Reckless” received “18 til I Die” album, “Let’s Make or 1991’s “Waking Up the Neighbours” a Night to Remember” is decent while and you’ll hear some solid, polished pop- crowd favorite (and my personal fave) and rock that is still played on the radio to this “Summer of ‘69” is given the bare bones day. treatment. Yeah, you miss the drums, sort Truly, Adams appreciates his fans. In of, but that’s not what this disc is all about. fact, the song choices here are a result of No, Adams has given folks a live album requests made to Adams via Twitter. And that is truly for the 2010s. We all may be a then there’s a gal named Martha, at his little older but I suspect these songs are Frederick, Maryland show, who shouts being rediscovered by a younger generaout a request for “It’s Only Love” and tion. Adams agrees, putting his heart into the song. In fact, Adams is heard talking to the Grade - A By Andrew W. Griffin

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Review

Jump blues chanteuse Kirsten Thien’s third album starts with a fiery blast of brass. It’s a hot first taste of an album memorable for being a tribute to love and lust. Aurally these songs taste good but don’t be surprised if you have hickies on your ears after listening. The first two tracks “Love That’s Made To Share” and “Nobody’s Ever Loved Me Like You Do” along with six more are Thien’s originals.

• Kirsten Thien • “Delicious” • Screen Doors Records

“Please Drive” is ostensibly about a spin around the block. should get the cat on a hot tin roof award of the year for the vocals on this burner. Lyrics drip lasciviously from Thien’s lips as the rhythm guitar miraculously grows claws. Does a song titled “Taxi Love” even need an expla-

nation? Actually, you get a feel for Delicious’ heat even before the first note. Thien’s tastefully erotic cover photo features the attractive young woman in purple passion lingerie. “Treat ‘Im Like a Man” is one of the disc’s strongest songs. It’s a manual for attracting and cultivating the male of the species. A female vocalist back-up trio shakes a Salt ’N’ Pepa tribute a lá “Whatta Man” sample. Delicious is scrumptious ear candy and perfect boudoir soundtrack.

Japanese guitarist to perform at PAS By Claire Lee special to pop

Japanese guitarist, Issei Aoyama, leads a quartet for the third concert of the Performing Arts Studio's 2010-2011 Jazz Concert Series taking place at 7:30 pm. on Jan. 9 at the historic Santa Fe Depot. Admission to the concert is free, but voluntary donations by attendees are accepted and encouraged. Refreshments will be provided. Issei Aoyama was born in 1979 in Nagasaki, Japan, and grew up in Fukuoka, Japan. At the age of 16, Issei left Japan for Toronto, Canada, and a year

later moved to the United States. In 2003, he received his bachelor's degree from the University of Alabama. The following year, Issei took a job with Oklahoma City University, where he still works today as a Senior Graphic Designer. Joining Issei for this concert will be Dr. Cory Gavito on piano, Michael Geib on double bass, and Justin Walke on drums. Dr. Gavito earned a PhD in Musicology at the University of Texas. Michael Geib is a music professor at the University of Central Oklahoma. Justin Walke currently teaches at the University of Central Oklahoma’s Academy of Contemporary Music.


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Best sellers Los Angeles Times Nonfiction: 1.”Life,” by Keith Richards with James Fox (Little, Brown: $29.99) The seemingly eternal musician shares his life as a Rolling Stone. 2.”I Remember Nothing,” by Nora Ephron (Knopf: $22.95) Reflections on life and the relentless march of time. 3.”Unbroken,” by Laura Hillenbrand (Random House: $27) The Story of Louie Zamperini: World War II bombardier, POW and Olympian. 4.”Autobiography of Mark Twain,” edited by Harriet E. Smith et al. (UC Press: $34.95) This first of three volumes commemorates the 100th anniversary of Twain’s death. 5.”Cleopatra,” by Stacy Schiff (Little, Brown: $29.99) The infamous queen of Egypt as a political power player. 6.”Decision Points,” by George W. Bush (Crown: $35) Critical choices that shaped the former president’s tenure. 7.”The World Almanac and Book of Facts 2011,” edited by Sarah Janssen (FACTS: $34.95) Stats, info and more. 8.”Earth (The Book),” by Jon Stewart et al. (Grand Central: $27.99) Our species via “The Daily Show.” 9.”Of Thee I Sing,” by Barack Obama (Knopf: $17.99) The president invites children into the worlds of 13 famous Americans. 10.”The Wave,” by Susan Casey (Doubleday: $27.95) The science and lure of the ocean’s gnarliest waves.

OU alumnus creates children’s album for all ages By Aaron Wright Gray pop editor

So he may be a self-proclaimed children’s artist, but Oklahoma City artist Brendan Parker’s upbeat, rhythmic tunes will be a treat for adults who are kids at heart as well. “Spaghetti Eddie! And Other Children’s Songs” is Parker’s first time to create a children’s album. This University of Oklahoma alumnus has spent more than 10 years performing, spending time in California doing so before returning to Oklahoma. This album was first put together as a gift for his goddaughter. The 10 tracks on the album range from the educational “Body Parts,” “How Many Colors Do You Know?” and “Days of The Week” to the imaginative “Make Believe” and “Kitty Cat Town.” Parents will love the “Pick It Up” song that encourages children clean up their messes. “Sleepy Song” is a catchy lullaby. “The day was fun, but now it’s done,” Parker croons during the gentle song. The title track “Spaghetti Eddie” is a fast-paced character-based tune sure to bring a smile to the lips of all listeners. My favorite song on Parker’s first children’s album is “Together Like You and Me.” It could be a cute love song for either

romantic relationships or family relationships. It could also be interpreted as a song about friendship. “Peanut butter and jelly, meatballs and spaghetti. The bees and honey go together like you and me,” Parker sings, opening the song. Similar comparisons about ketchup and mustard, toothbrushes and toothpaste, milk and cereal and thunder and lightning follow this opening line. Parker is currently working on two other albums, one being a follow up children’s album. “Spaghetti Eddie! And Other Children’s Songs” is currently sold on iTunes and CD Baby as well as in Full Circle Book Store, Zoe and Co., Gretta Sloan and The Learning Tree, all in Oklahoma City.

A Review: ‘Yogi Bear’ a bit of a stretch By James Franklin MCT News Wire

When you think of a bear roaming the forest, you might mentally conjure the image of a hulking, fanged beast with powerful forelegs, matted fur, and mud and scat caked on its stubby hind quarters. Put a cartoon bear in that same forest and you get something that looks like a bad dream you might have had as a kid, when the line

between fantasy and reality was less distinct. The movie “Yogi Bear” places computer-animated bears in the same liveaction space as human actors and pretends the combination doesn’t look profoundly weird. The problem stems from Yogi himself — he retains the bulging eyes, wide mouth and rubbery body he had in the old TV cartoons. Watching a cartoon creature with photorealistic fur

and visible bottom fangs harass park visitors sounds like a recipe for children’s nightmares. “Yogi Bear” takes the cartoon’s simple, recurring premise — Yogi tries to steal “pic-a-nic” baskets — and grafts on a love story between Yogi’s foil, Ranger Smith (Tom Cavanagh), and a documentary filmmaker (Anna Faris), plus a plot in which villains try to sell the logging rights to Jellystone Park. PG

Best bluegrass of 2010 MCT News Wire 10. THE BOXCARS, “The Boxcars,” Mountain Home Records. 13 tracks. 9. BALSAM RANGE, “Trains I Missed,” Mountain Home Music. 12 tracks 8. RANDY KOHRS, “Quicksand,” Rural Rhythm. 13 tracks. 7. CHRIS HILLMAN AND HERB PEDERSEN, “At Edwards Barn,” Rounder. 15 tracks.

Secretariat PG 12:50 3:50 6:50 9:35 Jackass 3 in 2-D R 12:25 2:40 4:55 7:10 9:25 Saw 7 in 2-D R 5:00 9:45 Paranormal Activity 2 R 9:20

6. THE STEELDRIVERS, “Reckless,” Rounder Records. 12 tracks. 5. THE GRASCALS, “The Famous Lefty Flynn’s,” Rounder. 12 tracks. 4. JOSH WILLIAMS, “Down Home,” Pinecastle. 12 tracks. 3. DON RIGSBY & MIDNIGHT CALL, “The Voice of God,” Rebel. 14 tracks. 2. DAILEY & VINCENT, “Dailey & Vincent Sing The Statler Brothers,” Rounder/Cracker Barrel. 12 tracks 1, JOE DIFFIE, “Homecoming: The Bluegrass Album,” Rounder. 12 tracks.

Life As We Know It PG13 12:55 3:55 6:55 9:40 RED PG13 1:00 4:00 7:00 9:30 Legend of the Guardians PG 12:15 2:35 7:15 Despicable Me PG 12:20 2:35 4:50 7:05

THE FIGHTER • (PG13) 12:55 3:40 6:45 HOW DO YOU KNOW • (PG13) LITTLE FOCKERS (PG13) 12:35 3:30 6:35 12:50 3:15 7:05 NARNIA: VOYAGE OF TRUE GRIT • (PG13) THE DAWN TREADER 12:40 1:10 3:25 3:55 3-D (PG) 6:50 7:20 12:45 3:35 6:40 THE TOURIST (PG13) BLACK SWAN • (R) 1:15 4:05 7:10 1:20 3:50 7:15 TRON LEGACY 3-D (R) TANGLED 2-D (PG) 12:30 1:00 3:20 4:00 1:25 4:10 7:25 6:30 7:00 HARRY POTTER AND THE DEATHLY YOGI BEAR 3-D • (R) HOLLOWS: PART 1 1:05 3:40 6:55 (PG13) YOGI BEAR 2-D • (R) 1:15 4:30 1:35 4:15 7:30

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Trivia night, 9 p.m., The Abner, 121 E. Main St.

Maggie McClure and Shane Henry, 10:30 p.m., The Deli

Trivia night, 8:30 p.m., Bison Witches, 211 E. Main St.

Open Mic Night with Billy Hartless Band, 7-11 p.m., Hilltop Hideaway, 1105 N. Main in Noble

Travis Linville, 7-9 p.m., The Deli, free

Bingo, O’Connell’s, 9 p.m., 769 Asp Ave.

The Gunship, 10:30 p.m., The Deli

THURSDAY 30 Edie Rasmussen and Bob Gale, singer/songwriter, 7 p.m., Othello’s Still Breathing with Twofold, rock, 9 p.m., $5 cover, The Brewhouse

Bingo, O’Connell’s, 9 p.m. Ashely Skyie, 10:30 p.m., The Deli

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NYE party with Seeker Band, 10 p.m., $5 cover, The Brewhouse

New Year’s Day wellness party, Sonder Music, Dance and Art, free, from 2-4 p.m., featuring bellydance, hip hop, zumba and yoga.

Christian Pearson, solo piano, 6:30 p.m. and Camille Harp, singer/songwriter, 9 p.m., Othello’s, champagne at midnight The Deli’s New Year’s Eve party, Hosty Duo, $10 Riverwind’s New Year’s Eve party, 8 p.m. to 1 a.m., Superfreak and live DJ providing entertainment, snacks, party favors and champagne, $20 or $35 per couple Embassy Suites, Dave and the Wavetones, hors d’ oeuvres and desserts, champagne at midnight, 9 p.m. to 1 a.m., $25

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New Year’s Day party, Phalonium Funk, The Needles, rock, 11 p.m., $5 cover, The Brewhouse

Mike Hosty solo, 10:30 p.m., The Deli

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Travis Linville, 7-9 p.m., free show, The Deli

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Trivia night, 9 p.m., The Abner, 121 E. Main St. Trivia night, 8:30 p.m., Bison Witches Bingo, O’Connell’s, 9 p.m.

6 Open Mic Night with Billy Hartless Band, 7-11 p.m., Hilltop Hideaway, 1105 N. Main in Noble

Jackpot Bingo, 8-11 p.m., Sooner Legends Restaurant and Bar, 1220 24th Ave. NW

Ike Lamb and the Creepers, blues rock, 10 p.m., $5 cover, The Brewhouse Post Arcadia, Americana, 7 p.m., Othello’s and Zach Walchuck Open Mic, 9 p.m., Othello’s

A Year’s “coming down” party with Pidgin Band and Special Purpose, The Deli Fiesta Bowl watch party, Othello’s

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