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Keep it live and local after SXSW

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always feel the shift: when I drag my hollowed-out, fatigued self off Sixth Street and start that deadly drive back to OKC, I’m running on the fumes of having experienced three solid days of Oklahoma music greatness, and I just want more. The SXSW Buffalo Lounge always refocuses my ears and priorities, slapping me around and pushing me back out to hear more live and local music. Like the Poppe says in his column on page 6, the first major move in maintaining that Buffalo Lounge buzz is to see Josh Sallee, shown above, at the release party for his new album, “Probable Flaws,” 9 p.m. March 30 at Kamp’s, 1310 NW 25. Defining Times opens, and for those who haven’t seen a Sallee set with Defining Times drummer Alberto Roubert powering away behind him, make plans immediately. Kerry Myers (@jane4oh5) wasn’t lying down at SXSW when she cited Sleigh Bells as a sonic antecedent to the sound. Just go. And things keep buzzing with the All-American Rejects show at the Diamond Ballroom, an event previewed by Gene Triplett in his interview with the Rejects’ Tyson Ritter on page 14. And as we’ve done for the previous two years at LOOKatOKC, we’re blowing it out with two BY GEORGE LANG issues dedicated to the Norman Music Festival LOOKATOKC EDITOR — next time in the racks and the one after that. GLANG@OPUBCO.COM The first will be dedicated to a must-see local at BLOG.NEWSOK.COM/ the festival — stay tuned to @LOOKatOKC and STATICBLOG @GeorgeDLang to find out who it will be — and then a comprehensive, everywhere-you-needto-be extravaganza just before the April 26-28 fest. Do not sleep on the OKC music scene. Keep those SXSW muscles toned this spring, and let LOOKatOKC be your personal trainer.


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Big things ahead for Josh Sallee

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hen I received more than 40 responses to my LOOK@ OKC list of upcoming albums in 2012, I had a feeling that the quality was going to match the quantity. I also figured I would miss a couple of releases. Somehow, a certain hip-hop artist who has graced the front cover of this publication and has consistently caused a fuss with his high-energy live shows didn’t make the list. I’m referring to Josh Sallee and his new album, “Probable Flaws,” isn’t to be missed. It’s this year’s most exciting Okie release. Last year, you would have been able to see Sallee slinging seafood at Fish City Grill in Edmond. After listening to a few lyrics from “Probable Flaws,” it’s clear he’s taking his role as a full-time musician seriously. “I’ve got bigger dreams, like sipping tea in Italy, specifically, in Sicily with Miss Sallee on Christmas Eve,” he says with spitfire speed on the album’s opening track. It’s a small but over-arching moment on a hip-hop album that works feverishly to change Sallee’s stature from local to national. I sat down with Sallee before his birthday show at Kamp’s back in January. He said he was invited to Tree Sound Studios in Atlanta to record pieces of “Probable Flaws.” Sallee rapped inside of the same room where Justin Bieber, Beyoncé and Lil Wayne made records that have sold more copies than a Kinko’s on a college campus. Sallee is pulling the sort of antics that get an artist signed to a major label. He’s soaking in big-time opportunities like it’s an everyday thing. As if everybody gets invited to one of the biggest recording studios in the country. If stellar tracks like “Ride Out” and “OKC to KC” don’t get Sallee’s name out of Oklahoma then they are at least a gigantic step in the right direction. Sallee has grown more comfortable with the way he raps, and now he’s having fun with it. The 13 cuts on “Probable Flaws” are as strong as anything you’ll hear on the radio dial. Highlight track “Never Ever” features a heavy dubstep beat that Sallee raps over with confidence. It’s more than probable you’ll hear big things from Sallee this year. And the next. And the next.

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SHOWS TO SEE, OR NOT TO SEE MARCH 30 – Celebrate the release of Josh Sallee’s “Probable Flaws.” Chase Kerby and the Defining Times crew are on opening duty. Party on. @ Kamp’s Lounge, 1310 NW 25th St. MARCH 30 – Stillwater’s DEERPEOPLE put on a show so rowdy at SXSW that no speaker was left unclimbed. Expect similar madness from the state’s best live act. People, People and The Nghiems are set to open. @ The Opolis, 113 N Crawford Ave., Norman APRIL 6 – Take a rockabilly adventure with touring act John Paul Keith. Okie punk bands Copperheads and Black Canyon will fill the opening slots. @ VZD’s, 4200 N Western Ave.


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LACEY LETT

What’s better, trivia or a quiz? LACEY LETT “A Night Owl” is focused on what’s going on in nightlife news for LookatOKC.

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know a lot about trivia, even though I’ve only been to “trivia nights” a couple of times. I can say this because my boyfriend calls me every Tuesday night on his way home from trivia to ask me to “put these continents in order from smallest to largest” or “which artist has the most No. 1 hits” to see if I can master the final question his team missed. Since I’m half asleep and my answers are never close to correct, but I care. Why? Maybe it’s the sheer opportunity to impress my boyfriend, or maybe it brings me back to my childhood days when I played Trivial Pursuit with my parents. Or maybe I just like to exercise my brain muscle before any sort of college knowledge evaporates. Let’s look at how trivia nights work: There are one or two quizmasters and a set of teams selected by the patrons. The patrons pick witty team names such as “Every Kiss Begins with Beer,” “Scoregasm,” “Bar Stool Softeners,” “He Who Smelta Burke, Delta Burke,” etc. (Yes, those are real.) The idea is to be timely and witty. Questions are read aloud and teams write down the answers, turning them in at the

end of each round. This will go on for two hours. There’s usually a prize at the end, whether it’s free booze or hard cash. One company that hosts trivia at Abner’s Ale House in Norman and Tap Werks in Oklahoma City is “Geeks Who Drink”. They have pub quizzes all over the country, including three venues in Oklahoma. The Lost Ogle hosts trivia night on Tuesdays at the 51st Street Speakeasy alongside quizmaster-in-crime Spencer Hicks. “We usually try to ask questions involving Oklahoma, stuff that is in the news, or pick a fun theme to work into the four rounds; it’s not the generic questions you normally hear at pub quizzes.” And apparently there’s a distinct difference between pub quizzes and trivia nights. According to Hicks, the biggest difference between a pub quiz and trivia night is the number of questions. “At the pub quizzes I’ve been to, the host will ask a question and then play a few songs. At trivia night, we ask 10 questions per round, play music while we grade the answer sheets, and then go to the next round,” Hicks said. “At a pub quiz you might be asked 10 questions for the entire game. At our trivia night, we ask 40 questions a night.”

The idea has become so popular that nonprofit organizations are picking up on the popularity, with the Special Olympics recently hosting a trivia night and Huntington’s Disease Society of America hosting “Trivia in HD” April 27.. The popularity seems pretty genius for the bar. People are packing into their y place for at least two hours on a week day (usually) and spending money on food and alcohol. It’s a way for friends to get together on an atypical night and interactt with each other while having a brew. It’s ow been going on in the UK for years, and now I say “cheers!” to getting smarter by the drink. Team Trivia Presented by The Lost st Ogle: Tuesday night 8-10 p.m. at the 51st Street Speakeasy Geeks Who Drink: Tuesday night 8 p.m., at McNellies in Norman and Tuesday night, 9:30 p.m., at Tapwerks Ale House Trivia In HD: Friday April 27 at Sciencee Museum Oklahoma

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‘SONIK KICKS’ – PAUL WELLER

ollowing a mid-’00s doldrums in which Paul Weller’s drive seemingly developed a fuel leak, the former leader of The Jam and The Style Council delivered 2008’s feverish “22 Dreams” and 2010’s “Wake Up the Nation,” a brazen and energized album that felt like Weller’s full restoration as the Modfather. But at 53, Weller seems more restless than at any previous time in his career, and the appropriately titled “Sonik Kicks” finds him experimenting with propulsive Krautrock rhythms and indulging in smart, effortless-sounding pop songs. To his considerable benefit, Weller is all over the place on “Sonik Kicks” and perfectly happy wherever he lands. Weller’s recent infatuation with Can and Neu! is announced with the robotically pounding “Green” and “Around the Lake” and the angry synth-polka of

“Kling I Klang,” but there is plenty of room for Weller to exercise both his best impulses and unexpected digressions. “That Dangerous Age,” a crackling two-minute pop song about middleaged craziness, serves as a timely reminder that, situated historically between Ray Davies and Damon Albarn, Weller is one of the great chroniclers of the British condition. On that song, Weller is entirely in his Mod-glam wheelhouse, but then he shifts into skajazz on the seven-minute “Study in Blue” and, with frequent collaborator and follower Noel Gallagher, delivers a stately tribute to Syd Barrett on “When Your Garden’s Overgrown.” While Weller’s recent return to domesticity is fully displayed on “Study in Blue” (a duet with his new wife, Hannah Andrews) and “Be Happy Children” (featuring two of his kids), these testaments to home and hearth are rare

cases in which his soul sounds settled. Until “22 Dreams,” Weller’s discography could be neatly organized into genre enthusiasms, from his reinvigoration of Mod styles and jazz-pop exercises through the Traffic-style mood pieces LOOKATOKC.COM

of his early solo career. “Sonik Kicks” offers evidence that Weller took to heart the title of his 2010 song “Find the Torch, Burn the Plans,” and his creative compass is spinning like mad. — George Lang, LookatOKC Editor

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‘THE HUNGER GAMES: SONGS FROM DISTRICT 12 AND BEYOND’ – VARIOUS ARTISTS

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deen’s (Jennifer Lawrence) heartbreaking plea to her doomed father. With The Secret Sisters, the Punch Brothers and The Civil Wars all providing tracks, close harmonies are a definite sonic theme, which is appropriate considering Katniss’ Appalachian heritage. In addition to partnering with Taylor Swift on the haunting first single “Safe & Sound,” The Civil Wars chip in the urgent acoustic ode “Kingdom Come,” while Swift adds a touch of punk intensity to her catchy pop warning “Eyes Open.” Kid Cudi gives voice to the story’s evil empire with the chilling hip-hop theme “The Ruler And The Killer,” while Arcade Fire’s “Abraham’s Daughter” and The Decemberists’ “One Engine” effectively accent the futuristic tale’s dystopian premise. Despite the story’s many breathless fight sequences, Burnett wisely avoids loading the soundtrack with the usual

s if 12 Grammys and an Oscar weren’t adequate enough proof, T Bone Burnett reaffirms his status as an ingenious soundtrack guru with “The Hunger Games: Songs from District 12 and Beyond,” the 16song musical accompaniment to one of the most anticipated films of the year. The source material — Suzanne Collins’ best-selling post-apocalyptic book trilogy — has achieved widespread popularity, and Burnett takes full advantage, assembling an astonishingly eclectic lineup of top artists from the indie rock, hip-hop, country and roots music scenes. Tishomingo resident Miranda Lambert and her all-girl trio the Pistol Annies show off their tight harmonies and oldschool country sensibilities with “Run Daddy Run,” protagonist Katniss Ever-

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rocking pulse-pounders. Oscar-winning Irishman Glen Hansard contributes the closest thing to an action-movie anthem with the foot-stomping “Take the Heartland,” a sobering reminder that

Collins’ story of an oppressive government forcing kids to kill other kids in a televised spectacle isn’t exactly lighthearted popcorn fare. — Brandy McDonnell, Entertainment Writer


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‘STOP THE WORLD’ – ARANDA

randa fans should find the Oklahoma City-bred band’s sophomore album worth the four-year wait, for it’s certainly worth its sonic weight in gold, bringing on a 10song load of the kind of hard-edged, guitar-driven, melodic, made-to-be-playedloud music that distinguished their 2008 self-titled debut. You won’t confuse the title song with the Anthony Newley stage musical of the same name when drummer Mike Walker stomps out a four-count on that bass drum, setting Dameon Aranda’s guitar into grinding motion while Dameon and brother Gabe’s voices begin to soar: “I’ve laid with fools / Shook hands with the devil to break free from the rules ... “ Definitely not one of your Granny’s favorite show tunes.

Nor is the album’s single release, “Undone,” with its wailing-wall of guitar, nimble-fingered, high-register solo runs and vocal-harmony drama. One begins to get the notion that someone knows the pain of betrayal and heartbreak from the angry powerballadry of “Satisfied” and the equally angry but much more rapid-fire rocker “One More Lie.” If nothing else, the music these brothers make can certainly telegraph what feels like honest emotion. The blues-tinged “Hey Sally,” with its warbling Hammond B3 organ (courtesy guest keyboardist Dan Walker) and Memphis-R&Binfluenced rhythm guitar work is another prime example of that quality, painted in colors vaguely reminiscent of the Stones’ “Black and Blue” period, although it won’t force Mick and Keith into retirement. Helmed by Grammy-nominated

lease show at 7 p.m. Saturday on the stage of the Diamond Ballroom, 8001 S Eastern Ave.

producer Johnny K (Disturbed, Sevendust, Staind), “Stop the World” is a worthy follow-up to their debut, and Aranda will celebrate it with a CD re-

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FOUND >>>> For Tyson Ritter of The All-American Rejects, his lost weekend was a process of painfully honest self-assessment and growing up, but it also involved going back and getting reacquainted with the best traits of his younger self. >>>>>>>>>>>

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ike John Lennon before him, Tyson Ritter has weathered his lost weekend and lived to sing about it. All-American Rejects fans who’ve wondered where their favorite little old power-pop band from Stillwater’s been for the past three years can find some of the answers on “Kids in the Street,” their long-awaited follow-up album to 2008’s “When the World Comes Down,” which bore their first international hit single, “Gives You Hell”—the No. 1 mostplayed song on Top 40 radio throughout 2009. Now, most guys who’ve been writing and singing songs since they were 17 with a goal of worldwide success in their sights would be fairly busting with joy at the end of such a glorious global run, but by the time that last tour ended in December ’09, Ritter’s bubble had simply busted. A long-term relationship—also going strong since he was 17—went bust as well. “I think it was just a sort of place of necessity for the man trying’ to find himself,” the singer-bassist said in a recent phone interview from a friend’s house in Los Angeles. “You gotta have a lost weekend, as Lennon said. And I think I had mine, and in doing so I think it really helped me find myself. It’s a really perplexing thing to be locked in a time capsule from 17 to 25 and not sort of coming out for fresh air. “We really work hard as a band, you know? We work our ass off on the road, we’ll stay out for two years, and then we’ll take four weeks off after that and then start writing another record. And then two years later we’ll be putting it out and touring it. “So I think I just really needed to take my two months to myself. And then two months stretched out to nine and I sorta got in this wild little abyss of Los Angeles and, you know, found a bottle and found another one.” During that nine-month “weekend,” Ritter would spend a lot of time lying on the floor talking to himself, not knowing what time of day it was and not caring. He simply didn’t

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know how to function as a human being outside of the Rejects, and he didn’t want to deal with that problem. But finally, Nick Wheeler, his best friend and bandmate since Stillwater high school days, stepped in and took a hand. “You know, Nick definitely has always been the level-headed cat of the two of us,” Ritter said. “I’m sort of the fire, he’s the water. And he said, ‘Ty, you know, it’s time to start writin’ this record.’ And I sort of found my bit of savior and solace in New York City. And that was sort of the overview journey of, I guess, the locations of where this record was sort of found.” The result is the most musically ambitious and lyrically candid collection of songs the Rejects have created to date, delving into themes of regret, nostalgia and excess as the band’s trademark habit-forming melodies, shiny harmonies and unstoppable rhythmic energy provide the framework. Songs such as album-opener “Someday’s Gone” find Ritter lashing out at a person who tried to destroy him emotionally, while the first single release, “Beekeeper’s Daughter,” tells all about a guy who thinks he can get away with behaving badly and still get the girl in the end. There are also a couple of songs that address the breakup of that six-year relationship. “There’s a big apology on that record called ‘Heartbeat Slowing Down’,” Ritter said. “I think it’s probably one of the more grand songs we’ve written, and I think once we get to it as far as the record is concerned single-wise, I think it has a chance to sort of really open up a new audience for us. “And that was a really tough one to write. I’ve never really written a direct apology on a piano before. I think this whole thing was cathartic in that sense. It’s still a Rejects record in the sense that there’s a lot of fun moments. But there’s a lot of valleys too. There’s a lot of peaks and valleys. It’s a journey as opposed to just a collection of songs that palate really well.” Ritter and Wheeler wrote the songs in a variety of locales conducive to creativity, including a cabin at the

CONCERT The All-American Rejects With: A Rocket to the Moon When: 7 p.m. Friday, April 6. Where: Diamond Ballroom, 8001 S Eastern Ave. Tickets: $22 in advance at diamondballroom.net or by phone at (866) 977-6849.

base of California’s Sequoia National Park, as well as places in Maine and Colorado, then played them for guitarist Mike Kennerty and drummer Chris Gaylor, the other half of the Rejects. Once there was unanimous approval of the new material, the band was matched up with producer Greg Wells (Adele, Katy Perry, OneRepublic), who served as a guide in helping the band expand itself musically, adding such instrumentation as horns and various synthesizers never before heard in the Rejects repertoire. “I don’t think it’s a complete departure but I think it’s a case of us finally finding our voice,” Ritter said. “Music and truth have to really collide in order for me to believe the artist I’m listening to. I think there’s a lot of truth in this music and a lot of personal investment that I’ve never given to a record before.” For Ritter, it was a process of painfully honest self-assessment and growing up, but it also involved going back, and getting reacquainted with the best traits of his younger self. “‘Kids in the Street’ reflects on those moments when I was flying down a

dirt road with the lights off, singing songs I didn’t even know the words to,” he said. “You know, I learned a lot on a dirt road. And I think it was reflecting on that person I was … before the ride happened. It’s sort of finding that person again. It’s those moments of naivete, finding that pure moment

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of light …Going back to the person I was before I left Oklahoma. Before I got on this wild ride. It sort of found its place on the record and helped me find my place in the world. “I’m a 27-year-old man now. I’m not a 17-year-old kid anymore. It’s nice to feel like an adult now.”

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‘FRIENDS WITH KIDS’

Rating: R (Sexual content and language) Running time: 1 hour, 40 minutes Starring: Adam Scott, Jennifer Westfeldt, Jon Hamm, Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolph, Chris O’Dowd, Megan Fox, Edward Burns.

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‘Friends With Kids’ fins life in old rom-com ideas

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ennifer Westfeldt’s “Friends With Kids” takes the full relationship denial at the heart of “When Harry Met Sally ...” and throws the joys and tension of raising children into the mix, creating actual stakes and consequences for its characters’ romantic decisions. Westfeldt assembles a top-flight lead cast, assembled mainly from “Bridemaids” standouts, and while her ensemble experiences visible difficulty setting the tone in the early scenes, “Friends With Kids” finds its footing after those stumbling baby steps and it is soon running. This romantic comedy-drama begins in a restaurant, or ground zero in the Cold War between young couples on dates and parents trying to corral young children. Lifelong friends Julie and Jason (Westfeldt and Adam Scott), Ben and Missy (Jon Hamm and Kristen Wiig) and Leslie and Alex (Maya Rudolph and Chris O’Dowd) are having an elegant and adult dinner to celebrate the announcement of Alex and Leslie’s pregnancy. Meanwhile, a nearby couple

sheepishly try to eat while their kids climb the walls. Everyone at the table swears this will never happen to them. And of course, their certainty blows up in their smug faces. Westfeldt (“Kissing Jessica Stein”) makes her greatest storytelling mistake early on when, five years after that fateful dinner, Leslie and Alex are screaming at one another in their toystrewn Brooklyn apartment, unprepared for the dinner party they’re throwing. Ben and Missy, formerly amorous to a fault, have their own infant and they barely look at one another, and Julie and Jason are aghast at what happened to their group. This scene is written and played too broadly, especially by Rudolph, but fortunately for everyone involved, cast and audience alike, “Friends With Kids” recovers. Convinced that marriage is a horrible thing to inflict on unsuspecting children, Julie and Jason decide to have a child together and stay single, sharing custody and responsibility of cute little Joe but still living separately as friends. Yes, every beat can be heard

before it is struck, including Jason’s relationship with every 40-ish woman’s nightmare (Megan Fox), and Julie’s boyfriend (Edward Burns) who is almost too good with Joe. Fortunately, Westfeldt is interested in telling a familiar tale well, she immediately creates a believably close dynamic with Scott, and she gives some strong lines to nearly everyone involved. Most of these actors are longtime friends (including Westfeldt and Hamm, who have been a couple for 15 years), and it shows in their easy chemistry. Scott, known for his roles in great sitcoms such as “Parks and Recreation” and the cult hit “Party Down,” is given a platform for his full range as an actor, and he nails it all, especially in Westfeldt’s emotional resolution. Nothing about “Friends With Kids” has the ring of originality, but strong performances and solid writing overcome the inevitability of its plot points. It’s a story frequently told, but sometimes it’s all in the telling.

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‘THE HUNGER GAMES’

Rating: PG-13 (Intense violent thematic material and disturbing images — all involving teens) Running time: 2 hours, 22 minutes Starring: Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth, Elizabeth Banks, Stanley Tucci, Wes Bentley, Woody Harrelson, Lenny Kravitz, Donald Sutherland, Amandla Stenberg, Alexander Ludwig, Isabelle Fuhrman, Dayo Okeniyi.

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“The Hunger Games” stars Jennifer Lawrence as the heroine Katniss Everdeen, who lives in the poor District 12, hunts illegally to provide food for her mom and sister after her dad dies, and steps forward to represent her district in order to protect her younger sister from being selected as the young female “tribute.” Josh Hutcherson is Peeta Mellark, a baker’s son selected as District 12’s male tribute. Lawrence’s acting is strong enough to carry the arena scenes in which she wields a bow and arrow in the beautiful woods of North Carolina, and the emotional scenes in which she has to convey the horror she is facing against the other tributes at the hands of the evil, futuristic Capitol. Elizabeth Banks is Effie Trinket, the happy Capitol representative sent to escort Katniss and Peeta to the gruesome games. Banks captures the vacuousness of the Capitol residents perfectly and humorously with her garish costumes, colorful hairdos and upbeat, congratulatory remarks about participation in the Hunger Games. “Happy Hunger Games!” she wishes often and eerily. To Trinket, as well as to Caesar Flickerman, the Games’ creepy and affable host played by Stanley Tucci, and all Capitol residents, the Games represent an honor and an “American Idol”-like show; to Lawrence and Mel-

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lark, they are death. Donald Sutherland is the Capitol’s President Snow, who understands how the Games help the government stay in power. Woody Harrelson portrays Haymitch, District 12’s sole winner whose role is to coach the tributes from there each year; he does so as a drunk with the right mix of aloofness and politicking skill. The movie does not slow down from start to finish, and the action keeps the audience engaged in the story. The brutality from the books makes it into the movie and would be missing without it, but Ross chose a style of filming that doesn’t dwell for too long on any one act of violence. Ross develops most of the characters thoroughly, although viewers might wish the film took some time to linger, whether over the details shown in the design of the Capitol and its residents or over the back stories of some of the characters that the book’s readers have come to know. But there’s only so much time to distill all the details from a book into a single movie, and Ross’ choices of what to leave in and cut make sense. He does a great job of balancing the needs of telling a good, visually appealing action story and staying true to the book and its themes that offer commentary about society today.


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‘21 JUMP STREET’

Rating: PG-13 (Crude and sexual content, pervasive language, drug material, teen drinking and some violence) Running time: 1 hour, 49 minutes Starring: Jonah Hill, Channing Tatum, Ice Cube, Rob Riggle, Ellie Kemper, Dave Franco, Brie Larson.

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xpectations are so justifiably low for television retreads that the shocking and inspired comedic success of “21 Jump Street” qualifies as a minor miracle. It works because directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller display uncommon resentment for the original source material and seemingly do everything they can to subvert it, and because stars Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum have great comic chemistry. No, that is not a misprint: Against all odds, Tatum is genuinely, ridiculously funny. The original 1987-91 Fox series about young undercover detectives working in high schools is best known as the launching pad for Johnny Depp’s career, but the series is remembered mainly for its kitsch value, an artifact of the days when the young Fox network would put anything on the air. Depp has no nostalgia for the show, telling this reviewer in 2010 that “I swore to myself after that that I couldn’t do that again, you know? If I had to go back to construction, that was OK — I was pretty good at that. Pumping gas? I could do that, too.” Everyone involved in this new “21 Jump Street” seems to share Depp’s disregard for the idea of treating the series like a sacred text. As Deputy Chief Hardy (Nick Offerman of “Parks and Recreation”) tells Schmidt and Jenko (Hill and Tatum) when he assigns them to the high

school undercover squad, “We’re reviving a canceled undercover program from the ‘80s, revamping it for modern times.” Schmidt is a smart, awkward guy who spent his mid-’00s high school career as an unfortunate wallflower with an Eminem bleach job, while Jenko was a popular jock and Schmidt’s chief tormentor. They both ended up as incompetent bike cops, but once they get reassigned to 21 Jump Street under the command of Captain Dickson (Ice Cube), Jenko and Schmidt must relive high school to infiltrate a drug ring. Miller and Lord establish a bracingly filthy, arch tone early on in “21 Jump Street,” and it never lets up. The team executes a master stroke by making the infiltrated school a place of social enlightenment where muscle cars are regarded as environmental hazards and smart kids are not outcasts — a reality that bewilders Jenko and gives Schmidt hope. The objects of their investigation are clean-cut and smart, including Molly Tracey (Brie Larson) and Eric Molson (Dave Franco, brother of James), not the kind of obviously troubled teens and thugs represented in the series. These are the entrepreneurs of tomorrow. Make no mistake, “21 Jump Street” is not for all ears or eyes: In terms of vocabulary, Ice Cube is in his gangsta mode rather than his “Are We There Yet?” persona, and there are sight gags late in the game that go far beyond

the pale. But this is part of the film’s cockeyed appeal. From the supporting cast (including Offerman, Cube, Ellie Kemper and Rob Riggle) all the way up to Hill and Tatum, everyone seems committed to taking “21 Jump Street” to its transgressive extreme. Hill, recently nominated for a best supporting actor Oscar for his great work in “Moneyball,” has little to prove — he’s typically great as the awkward Schmidt. The big news in “21 Jump Street” is the previously untested comic stylings of Tatum, who attacks Jenko with total fearlessness and no shortage of energy. Most of Tatum’s previous performances had the feel of an affable, hardworking actor trying his best to transform from a statue into a real human being but never fully succeeding. All Tatum needed was a comedy like “21 Jump Street” to shake off the plaster. Lord and Miller have a track record of taking flame throwers to source material, but their previous film, the computer-animated adaptation of the 1970s children’s book “Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs,” unnecessarily ignored the original text. But “21 Jump Street” is a perfect marriage between wiseguys and material deserving a good, nasty butchering. As the multiple cameos attest, justice has been served.

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lison Haislip stars as social media strategist Ali Laurents in “Battleground,” Hulu’s first original scripted series. The show focuses on the political campaign of Wisconsin State Senator Deirdre Samuels, who is seeking a seat in the U.S. Senate. “It’s a true dramedy,” Haislip said, referring to the show’s mix of drama and comedy. “People may go in expecting there to be a lot of slapstick comedy going on, but the comedy is much more subtle.” “Battleground” explores behind-the-scenes on the campaign trail in a documentary-style dramedy. “I think that’s why it has a perfect home on Hulu,” she said. “You don’t have a certain schedule they have to fill. ... Hulu can put up any show that they want to. It doesn’t have to fall into a certain category.” Haislip said that the character she plays, Ali, has some similarities to her personally. Haislip, a former G4 anchor known for tech knowledge, was the first social media correspondent on a network show, on “The Voice” in 2011. Ali, meanwhile, is constantly monitoring social media for events that will impact the Samuels’ campaign. “Ali carries an iPad with her everywhere she goes,” Haislip said. “In the show I’m using my personal iPad.” Hulu reports that since its debut in February, “Battleground” has ranked among the top 20 most watched shows on Hulu, alongside popular network shows including “The New Girl,” “The Daily Show” and “Modern Family.” “I really hope we’re coming back for more,” she said. “You see these interviews set five years in the future from what you’re seeing in the documentary part, so the show could continue for five more years to get to the present.” Check out Battleground each Tuesday at Hulu.com and follow Alison Haislip on twitter: @alisonhaislip.

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A N E V O L U T I O N O F G A M I N G – 2 5 Y E A R S O F ‘ M E TA L G E A R ’

What’s next for Snake and ‘Metal Gear?’ >>>> In the first instalment of An Evolution in Gaming – 25 Years of Metal Gear, Mark McKeich explored the origins of Metal Gear, the genre-defining game series that has spanned multiple evolutions in gaming systems. In Part II, he picks up with the fourth game in the series, Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots.

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of gaming companies have taken it upon themselves to create similarly epic stories, with the plot taking the focal point. One only needs to think of 2010’s psychologically thrilling Heavy Rain to see how far interactive, almost cinema-like gaming has come. Although Metal Gear cannot be attributed as the force behind these modern classics like the aforementioned Heavy Rain and 2011’s neo-noir video game drama L.A Noir – it can almost certainly be seen as a major influence, with Kojima’s complex and dramatic vision imprinted on a large number of cinematic games. Yet, that isn’t all Metal Gear has presented us with over the past 25 years. Gameplay, immediately ranked alongside story as the primary selling point for any video game has to be considered, and this is where the series has perhaps shone through most brightly. Every generation of gaming brings us another console, each with its hardware and technological boundaries. Titles such as Final Fantasy and Grand Theft Auto have pushed these consoles beyond what they were capable of each and every year – and Metal Gear is no exception. Gameplay has evolved alongside story, making the series one of the more adaptive in the 20th Century. New features have been introduced in every game, with the programmers taking care to respond to the often delicate nature of the series–following enthusiasts’ complaints and suggestions. Sneaking a major role in every title has always been the focal gameplay point, and with each instalment it has been sub-

ith the double crossing conspiracies of Snake Eater and the post-modern wilderness of Sons of Liberty now behind us, we come to Hideo Kojima’s epic finale to the main series, Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots. When utter emotion and pure excellence in storytelling was somewhat looked over in earlier titles, it is gracefully reconciled in the next-generation installment for the PS3. Back in the shoes of a now aged and dying Solid Snake, we are given his final mission – to topple his arch-nemesis before his predetermined death. What follows is a sprawling epic of gaming, with features from all titles combined in a beautiful mesh of an emotional and at times tear-jerking plot. Old twists are resolved, characters are put through a gauntlet of challenging scenarios, and the final scenes – which almost add up to over an hour’s length – are among some of the greatest examples of cinematic gaming. This is undoubtedly Kojima’s unabashed masterpiece, and he ties off every loose end in a glorious, yet somewhat unbelievable manner. With the combination of Kojima’s masterful yet zany storytelling, and cinematic stealth-based gameplay in mind, it is clear his saga has made a convincingly impressive impact on the gaming world of today. The original 1987 MSX2 title Metal Gear brought the seemingly dwindling category of sneaking-based games back to a much appreciated life, and it has only evolved since then. With each title came new advances, both in gameplay and story – the latter being a massive element to many of the cinematic action games seen today. Since Snake Eater and previous episodes, a handful

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tly adapted to make for a truly unique experience each time. It is here where Metal Gear’s gameplay simply outmatches the competition of similarly influenced stealth-based games such as the bestselling Assassin’s Creed – where perhaps a weary tedium may overlap what could be a driving gaming experience. Metal Gear has always managed to create a tour-deforce mishmash of plot and gameplay, with both complementing the other. Although certain choices by the developers have occasionally been looked upon with disdain by the general fanbase – the shift of main character to Raiden in Sons of Liberty, for example – the team have always found a way to make the unordinary and queer become as much of a main strength as possible, with gameplay sometimes rescuing what could be seen as a weak story element - which almost certainly creates an extremely immersive experience. The titles adapt as you wish to play them, which is more than can be said for the slur of reproduced first person shooters and interactive gaming. The question all fans are now asking themselves is what comes next? Where can the saga possibly go after the emotional and touching ending of Guns of the Patriots? Although Metal Gear Solid: Revengeance, Kojima’s next series installment featuring the reimagined vision of Raiden from Sons of Liberty is set to be released this year, speculations are afloat

of a fifth main title. Beloved characters Solid Snake and Otacon seem too real to fall into the darkness of development hell as the long overdue Final Fantasy XIII-Versus seems to have done, or indeed too unique and wonderful in their own right to just die off. As 2012 comes into its prime, there are bound to be substantial leaps in the industry, and perhaps it is this which Kojima is waiting for? Revengeance marks a considerable change in gameplay to previous titles, with the focus now being on action akin to the classic Ninja Gaiden, which has left various fans in shock and excitement, as the main character once did in Sons of Liberty - so it is here where Kojima and the saga as a whole will be tested. If the past is anything to go by, Revengeance will be a commercial success and continue on the long-running versatility of the development team. And from there on, what can we expect? One can only hope for a return of Snake, the game’s trademark tonguein-cheek, fourth wall breaking humour, and the epically mysterious stories that the series became so well known for. Yet, as Solid Snake once said, ‘building the future and keeping the past alive are one and the same thing’ – and if the brutal action of Revengeance and the wholly awesome story of Guns of the Patriots are in mind, Kojima may very well adhere to this philosophy and produce another 25 years of adaptive, cinematic and wonderfully familiar titles.


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t was the biggest test the Thunder has faced all season. Many dubbed the March 25 showdown with the Miami Heat s a potential NBA Finals preview. By the time it was over, the Thunder had emphatically proven, in front of a national-television audience, just how premature it would be for anyone to hand the Heat the Larry O’Brien Trophy after what is widely expected to be the matchup we see playing out in June for all the marbles. Behind some infuriatingly suffocating defense and incredibly smart offense, the Thunder cruised to a 10387 win inside Chesapeake Energy Arena. The regular season rematch, which will be played inside American Airlines Arena, is Wednesday, April 4 in Miami. But the first48 minutes the teams played couldn’t have been more telling. Here are five things we learned about what a Thunder-Heat series could look like.

a game-high 28 points with nine rebounds and eight assists.

>>> Kevin Durant is capable of dominating more than LeBron James. Once upon a time the Thunder had to hide Durant on a much less capable offensive player rather than throwing him in the deep end against James. Not anymore. The two stars now go head-to-head for the majority of the night each time they step on the floor, and Sunday showed us that, surprisingly, it’s Durant’s defense that gives him the edge in the individual matchup. Durant defended everyone from James to Dwyane Wade to Shane Battier, all with enormous success. Of James’ eight made field goals, only one came off an isolation play against Durant — and it was a tough fadeaway jumper five minutes into the game. And for all of James’ physical gifts, he struggled mightily to muster anything inside against the much leaner Durant, be it out of post-ups or drives. Oh yeah, Durant also showed once more that James has no answer for him at the other end, finishing with

>>> Shane Battier is a bad matchup for James Harden. Harden did what he does best, coming off the Thunder’s bench Sunday to score 19 points on 6-for-7 shooting with three rebounds and six assists in 32 minutes. But there were stretches where Miami unleashed Battier, its bulldog defender, on Harden and stymied OKC’s Sixth Man. Battier used his length, strength and savvy to disrupt Harden unlike any other defender we’ve seen. Battier forced Harden (game-high seven turnovers) into dribbling into a crowd and making bad passes on multiple possessions. Only when Harden was covered by Wade did he really have success. If these two teams do indeed meet in the Finals, Harden will be the game’s biggest X-factor. And Battier is Miami’s best chance at eliminating him. The question is how much can the Heat afford to keep Battier on anybody but Durant?

>>> OKC’s big men will have to be accounted for. Serge Ibaka scored 19 points with 10 rebounds. Kendrick Perkins had a season-high 16 points with six rebounds. The Heat couldn’t stop either one of them. And it all stemmed from the heavy attention Miami was forced to pay to Durant and Russell Westbrook. The Thunder’s perimeter players picked the Heat apart with drive-and-kicks and easy dump-offs to their bigs, who were happy to finish with either wide open baseline jumpers or forceful dunks. It’s an effective means of offense for the Thunder that doesn’t figure to change given how the Heat has to send multiple defenders at Durant and Westbrook. And for all the national rhetoric claiming OKC can’t score easy buckets, the Thunder just demonstrated how easy paint points can come against the team that is supposedly standing in its way of a title.

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>>> The Thunder’s discipline is bad news for the Heat. Strange, isn’t it, that for the better part of 48 games the story of the Thunder’s season is inconsistency, yet in the biggest game of the year the Thunder strings together by far its most disciplined performance? Against a defensive team that Thunder coach Scott Brooks before the game called “stifling at times,” OKC remained poised and patient all night. The Thunder made the extra pass throughout and tallied 26 assists, one shy of tying a season high. Here’s why that’s significant. Dallas showed in last year’s Finals how simple discipline and undying trust in the system can be the detonator to a Heat team that in the past has been a time bomb in fourth quarters. We saw it Sunday. When Miami fell behind by as many as 15 in the third quarter, Wade went into hero mode, jacking all-or-nothing 3-pointers to try to save the Heat. Fortunately for Miami, three dropped and kept the Heat in it. But that’s the exact type of ball that has burned Miami in the past. >>> Miami can’t match or handle OKC’s size advantage. With Chris Bosh in tow, the Heat would have the best big men in a potential Finals series with the Thunder. But if it’s Bosh and Joel Anthony against Ibaka and Perkins, then the big man battle tilts in OKC’s favor. Add in Udonis Haslem and Ronny Turiaf for Miami, and Nick Collison and Nazr Mohammed for the Thunder, and it’s a runaway for the Thunder. The Thunder, which has been a pitiful defensive rebounding team, held Miami to four offensive rebounds and just six second-chance points. OKC out-rebounded Miami 36-31 for the game and outscored the Heat 46-36 in the paint. Collison, especially, could have enormous value in a Finals series because of his ability to slide over and draw charges against the Heat’s slashing wing players. It’s a position of strength for the Thunder, and one that could ultimately help decide which team wins this year’s NBA championship.

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SUPERFAN Jenni Carlson talks with the man behind the mask, Garrett Haviland. Haviland tells the story of how he came to bring a megaphone to games, and discusses his idea for a free-throw contest with Shaq.

o fans in the NBA are livelier than Thunder fans. And no Thunder fan personifies that more than Garrett Haviland. You know him better as the rotund shirtless guy with the painted belly, the Mexican wrestler’s mask and the megaphone. He stands behind the north basket and makes life miserable for opposing freethrow shooters. During nationally televised games, the man who calls himself “Thundor” gets tons of airtime and becomes the face of the craziness at The Peake. >>>> How did “Thundor” come about? I have always been a big fan of basketball. When I was in elementary school, I collected thousands of trading cards and basketball was my favorite, but since Oklahoma didn’t have a team, I focused more on favorite players like Jordan, Barkley, Reggie Miller. When the Thunder finally arrived, I couldn’t have been more excited. I saw an ad in the Game Night magazine for the Love’s Ultimate Fan >>> STORY CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE

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Thunder fan Garrett Haviland taunts a Heat player at the foul line. You know Haviland as the rotund shirtless guy with the painted belly, the Mexican wrestler’s mask and the megaphone. He stands behind the north basket and makes life miserable for opposing free-throw shooters. Photo by NATE BILLINGS, The Oklahoman


Contest, and having just bought a luchador costume for Halloween, I had the perfect idea. By the next home game, “Thundor” was created.

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>>>> This gives you a chance to take a deep breath? Absolutely. The girls ... they get real excited if I go on the unit and I show them what my paint is before the game. Some of the girls, I’ll ask them, “Show me a dance move. First free throw miss ... that’ll be my first dance of the night.” >>>> How did the whole megaphone thing come about when opponents are shooting free throws? I was getting ready for the game ... when I saw my friend Miguel Herrera’s megaphone sitting on the dining room table. I asked if I could use that for my character. During the game, Chris Kaman kept getting to the line and he was killing us, so I decided to put the megaphone

to use. I went down there, and he missed, so I continued to do it for the remainder of the game and he got more and more frustrated. I figured if I can distract the opposing free throw shooters then I might help make the difference in a game. I make sure to always keep it rated PG and focus more on goofy fat-guy dance moves to distract the players. >>>> Do you have a routine during free throws? Typically, I making a whooping sound followed by encouragement for the player to miss. If I can get the player to make eye contact, that’s when the dancing starts. If a player misses, I will also do a little victory dance. >>>> Do you change up the routine at all? Sometimes, I’ll change my whooping noise. Sometimes, I might just start with a “Miss it!” If I have a history with a player, if they’ve missed before or they’ve shown frustration before, then I’ll go right at ‘em. >>>> Sounds like you keep track of your victims. I do. One of my favorite things to do is rip my shirt off, but I started burning through so many shirts so fast, I’ve kind of got to cool that off. >>>> So, on a nationally televised game when you get on the broadcast, do the texts and calls come from all over? Oh, yeah. It’s great. When I was in middle school and I was still really into playing basketball, I always said, “One day, I’ll make a half-court shot or something, and I’ll be on ESPN.” Well, that never happened. But I got on ESPN for being crazy and being half naked. Either way, I got on there and accomplished a dream.

>>>> You mention your shirtlessness. How do you decide what you’re going to paint on your chest each game? I get really good suggestions from friends and fans. My friend Ernie gave me a really good suggestion for my Shaq and Charles pasties. That got me on the TNT postgame show. Now, Shaq has put me on his “Shaqtin’ A Fool” episodes twice now. I haven’t been able to win because there’s some really goofy fools in the NBA. >>>> No doubt about that. I want to do a free throw contest (with Shaq) — 10 free throws each and we can distract each other. If I make more than him, then he has to donate some money to charity. If he makes more than me, then he can pick my paint job for the next game. >>>> Big picture — what does it mean for you to be part of the scene at The Peake? To be part of this arena is wonderful. To be one of the well-known ultimate fans in the arena, that’s even better. I know that we bring it every game. No matter who we’re playing, no matter what’s going on, we’re always the loudest in the NBA. If I can be the loudest of the loud, then that’s even better. >>>> You talk about being the loudest of the loud. How many weird looks to you get for all of this? I get really strange looks. But once they see me and know I’m coming down there every time, they’ll have their camera phones ready. They’ll video record me. They’ll take pictures. I found some videos of me on YouTube. I’m just another part of the entertainment that the Thunder offer.


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Royal Ivey NO. 7 I GUARD HEIGHT: 6-4 WEIGHT: 215 AGE: 29 COLLEGE: TEXAS

Eric Maynor NO. 6 I GUARD HEIGHT: 6-3 WEIGHT: 175 AGE: 24 COLLEGE: VCU

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Nazr Mohammed

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Thabo Sefolosha

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>>> ALCOHOL POLICY: There are NO RESTRICTIONS for alcohol traveling between floors. >>> ATMS: ATMs can be found outside sections 106, 119, 228 and 301. >>> BOX OFFICE: The box office is located at NE main entrance. On game days, it opens at 10 a.m. and closes at the end of halftime. >>> CAMERAS: Point-and-shoot cameras are allowed. However, flash and video recorders are not permitted. If a Guest’s sightline is inhibited by another Guest’s camera, please contact the nearest Guest Relations

IMPROVEMENTS: Oklahoma City voters overwhelmingly approved a one-cent sales tax in 2008 to fund major upgrades to the arena. Renovations remain ongoing and are scheduled for completion in 2012. Desk to handle the situation. Laser pointers are also not allowed. >>> DOORS OPEN: The main entrance doors open 90 minutes before tip-off. So, for a 7 p.m. tip, doors would open at 5:30 p.m. >>> FAN INFORMATION BOOTH (FIB): To answers to any of your game night questions, visit either Fan Information Booth in section 106 or 309. >>> FIRST AID: The First Aid room is located outside section 112. Additional medics are stationed outside section 228 on the COX Club Level and section 317 in Love’s Loud City.

>>> POSTGAME FREE THROWS: Following each Sunday game all kids 16 and under are allowed to shoot one free throw on the court. Kids are to line up in the aisle behind each basket (section 120/101or 110/111). We ask that no marking shoes are worn on the court. >>> PREGAME WARM-UP: All fans are welcome to watch players warm-up and/or wait for autograph opportunities in the 100 level until 30 minutes prior to tip-off. Courtside is only accessible to Guests with proper tickets. Use aisles 112 or 119 for best autograph opportunities.

>>> SECURITY: For immediate assistance, locate the nearest Usher, Police Officer or Guest Relations Desk. >>> SMOKING LOCATIONS: The new smoking locations are located at the NE Main Entrance outside Sections 105/106 and the NW Main Entrance outside Sections 119/120. >>> THUNDER SHOP: Visit the Team Shop located outside Section 102 to get all the latest Thunder merchandise. Additional merchandise stands and shops are located in Sections 104, 109, 210 and 311.

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FASHION • CULTURE • CUISINE

Spring fashion BRINGS BOLD COLORS AND W H I M S I C A L PAT T E R N S

Linda Miller | For The Oklahoman

Sometimes clothes whisper with subtle hues and details. Not this spring. Not at fi rst glance, anyway. Bold colors and prints dominate with styles that exude femininity, whimsy and comfort with a nod at times to the past.

Nicole Miller Atelier black leather dress with acid green detail, f rom Ruth Meyers. Makeup by Sharon Tabb. Photo by Chris Landsberger | The Oklahoman.


“I see two t major j trends t d for f spring i g 2012: 2012 color l and d prints,” said DeDe Benham, co-owner of Balliets at Classen Curve. “Every spring, color is a big story, but this year color is the trend. It is the main event. Bright, saturated colors to the quiet neutrals. The colors make the styles.” After all, this is the year of Tangerine Tango, Pantone Color Institute’s color of 2012. Shades of orange are everywhere, but Lindsay Davis, co-owner of The Lime Leopard, said neon green, yellow and pink are making a splash as well. They’re like highlighter colors, she said. Colored denim continues to be popular this season. For those who haven’t slipped into a bright bottom, give it a try this season. Choose from orange, pink, purple, turquoise or cobalt blue. If you dare, go even bolder with a pair of jeans in a floral or animal print. “People of all ages, from 15 to 55, have come in and bought floral jeans,” Davis said. Model Amanda wears a neon green bow blouse, cobalt f lirty skirt and jewelry all by Vince Camuto, from Dillard’s, Penn Square.

Alex Bratton, buyer for On a Whim, agreed that spring defi nitely signals a return of bold color, bold florals and printed denim. If it’s difficult to wrap yourself up in so much color, opt for a bright accessory in a mod shape or a pair of colorful shoes with a patterned wedge, she said. “Anyone can wear the trends, in a subtle way or from head to toe.” So many colors and prints can be overwhelming, especially to those who find comfort in neutrals. Cindi Shelby, owner of Ruth Meyers, said customers sometimes seem disbelieving when she tells them they can wear a turquoise pant with a lime top, and even put a hot pink shoe with it if they want. What’s fun is that you can embrace the trend as boldly as you want. If a pink blouse and orange pants are too much, opt for a pink blouse with white pants. “Interpret the trend so you feel like yourself.” While bold and bright demand attention, the softer side of spring offers hushed pastels in rose, mint, pink and lavender for a ladylike vibe. Pair a couple of pastel pieces for a softer take on the color block trend. Many of this season’s prints even have a blurred or washed look to them, almost as if they had been laundered so often that the color faded.

ABOVE | A Karlie multicolor chevron print

tunic with Paige skinny jeans, from The Lime Leopard. LE F T | Alice and Trixie oneshoulder dress f rom, The Lime Leopard.

Prints share headlines this season as the big fashion story. Florals, geometrics, ditzy prints, futuristic and techno prints, polka dots and stripes can be found on jackets, skirts, pants and dresses.


ABOVE | Model Blake wears a Sachin+Babi tangerine halter dress with exposed zipper and print hem, from

Balliets. LE F T | Elizabeth and James f loral high-low dress with pin tuck detail, from On a Whim.

“The dress is still king and not showing any signs of giving up its throne,” said Benham, who just returned from fall apparel markets where dresses continued to reign. “I think women find them easy and comfortable.” Many of the dresses offer some type of waist emphasis, often with a tie belt, a band of fabric or a peplum. Peplums are showing up on soft knit tops and skirts, as well as dresses. Another style back from the past is the shirtwaist, which younger women are welcoming as something new. One dress that’s catching on is the high-low dress, a style with a hemline that’s higher in front and lower in back. It’s a look that started with tops and is finding its way to dresses. “It’s kind of a fun twist on a maxi dress. It’s real versatile, and we’ve had a huge response to it, too,” Davis said. For spring, trends seem to span the decades with glimpses of the 1920s and ’30s to the ladylike looks of the ’60s to splashes of bohemian from the 1970s. “Every retro look is out there for spring, and it will continue into fall,” Shelby said. Minimalist looks, sporty chic and even safari touches are making their way into stores, as well. “There are a lot of choices,” Shelby said. “You can’t make a mistake, and that’s what is fun.”

Versace orange and blue print dress with blue detail, from Balliets. Makeup by Sharon Tabb and hair by Carolyn Webster for The Makeup Room Agency. Photos taken at Rosebrook Vineyards by Chris Landsberger | The Oklahoman.


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CONCERTS Jessi Jennings, 8 p.m., Wormy Dog Saloon, 311 E Sheridan, 601-6276. Gwar, 8 p.m., Cain’s Ballroom, 423 N Main, 918.584.2306. (Tulsa) Tech N9ne, Machine Gun Kelly and Krizz Kaliko, 6:30 p.m., Diamond Ballroom, 8001 S Eastern, 6779169.

LIVE MUSIC Hefner Grill, 9201 E Lake Hefner Parkway, Live Music at Hefner Grill, 748-6113. (Oklahoma CIty) The Point After Club, 6800 S I 35 Service Road, Open Blues Jam, 7 p.m., 778-8166. Firelake Grand Casino, 777 Grand Casino Blvd., Patrick Winsett, 7 p.m., (405) 964-7263 . (Shawnee) Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W Memorial, Jam Candy, 9 p.m., 751-1547. The Deli, 309 White, Deli All-Star Jam, 10 p.m., 329-3534. (Norman) JJ’s Alley, 212 E Sheridan, Ronnie Deane, 6:30 p.m., 605-4543. JJ’s Alley, 212 E Sheridan, Jack Rowdy, 9:30 p.m., 605-4543. Othello’s, 434 Buchanan, Joel Forlenza, 5:30 p.m., 360-2353. (Norman)

NIGHT LIFE Cee Gee’s Club, 309 S Coltrane, Karaoke, 9 p.m., 348-7555. (Edmond) Loony Bin Comedy Club, 8503 N Rockwell, Rajun Cajun, 8 p.m., 239-4242.

MARCH 28 - APRIL 14 HAPPENINGS “Brother Versus Brother: The Cherokee Civil War Exhibit,” Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler (Park Hill) “Warrior Spirits:Indigenous Arts of New Guinea,” Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History, 2401 Chautauqua, 325-4712. (Norman)

Valery and Friends in Concert, 7 p.m., UCO Jazz Lab, 100 E 5, 9743778. (Edmond)

Ford Beckman Exhibit, JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 5286336.

Kevin Hart, 6 p.m., Brady Theater, 105 W Brady, (918) 582-7239. (Tulsa)

LIVE MUSIC

“Masters of Design,”University of Central Oklahoma, 100 N University Drive, 974-5210. (Edmond)

Larry Hernandez, 8 p.m., Lucky Star Casino, 7777 N Highway 81, 262-7612. (El Reno)

Artwork of Cathy Breslaw and Sohail Shehada, 10 a.m., JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 5286336.

Chad Sullins and the Last Call Coalition, 8 p.m., Wormy Dog Saloon, 311 E Sheridan, 601-6276.

Michael Murphy’s Dueling Pianos, 25 S Oklahoma, Dueling Piano Bar, 7:30 p.m., 231-5397. The Point After Club, 6800 S I 35 Service Road, Open Blues Jam, 8:30 p.m., 778-8166.

“Reconsidering the Family of Man,”The Untitled Artspace, 1 NE 3, 815-9995.

Othello’s, 434 Buchanan, Open Mic Night, 9 p.m., 360-2353. (Norman)

“Color of Dreams,” Donna Nigh Gallery at UCO, 100 E 5, 974-2228. (Edmond )

Remington Park Racing and Casino, 1 Remington Place, Replay, 7 p.m., 424-1000.

Ford Beckman Exhibit, JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 5286336.

Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W Memorial, Dante and the Hawks, 9 p.m., 751-1547.

“Masters of Design,”University of Central Oklahoma, 100 N University Drive, 974-5210. (Edmond)

UCO Jazz Lab, 100 E 5, Valery and Friends, 7 p.m., 359-7989. (Edmond)

Artwork of Cathy Breslaw and Sohail Shehada, 10 a.m., JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 5286336.

The Deli, 309 White, Camille Harp, 7 p.m., 329-3534. (Norman)

“Spring Show” featuring works by Jo Woolery, 50 Penn Place Art Gallery, 1900 Northwest Expressway, 848-5567. Carol Beesley Artwork, Oklahoma State Capitol Building, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-3911.

THU

29 CONCERTS Sesame Street Live: Elmo Makes Music, 7 p.m., BOK Center, 200 S Denver, (918) 894-4200. (Tulsa)

THEATER

Davis Lane Band, 8 p.m., Wormy Dog Saloon, 311 E Sheridan, 6016276.

“Spring Awakening,” 7:30 p.m., Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma, 1727 NW 16, 524-9310.

The Doobie Brothers, 8 p.m., Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, 777 W Cherokee, (918) 266-4352. (Catoosa)

JJ’s Alley, 212 E Sheridan, Aaron Newman, 9:30 p.m., 605-4543.

NIGHT LIFE Loony Bin Comedy Club, 8503 N Rockwell, Rajun Cajun, 8 p.m., 239-4242.

“Spring Show” featuring works by Jo Woolery, 50 Penn Place Art Gallery, 1900 Northwest Expressway, 848-5567. Carol Beesley Artwork, Oklahoma State Capitol Building, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-3911. Paintings of Sue Messerly, 3 p.m., Norman Depot, 200 S Jones, 3079320. (Norman ) Oklahoma Friendly National Juried Art Show, 12 p.m., Individual Artists of Oklahoma, 706 W Sheridan, 232-6060. Artwork by Boris Chetkov, The Howell Gallery, 6432 N Western, 840-4437. “Mood and Movement,” An Exhibition and Sale of Ballet, Dancers and Portraits by Cathy Rowten, Dodson Galleries, 6420 N. Western, 8407787. (Oklahoma City )

THEATER “The Color Purple,” 8 p.m., Poteet Theatre, 222 NW 15, 609-1023. “Spring Awakening,” 7:30 p.m., Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma, 1727 NW 16, 524-9310.

FRI

30

HAPPENINGS “Brother Versus Brother: The Cherokee Civil War Exhibit,” Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler (Park Hill) “Warrior Spirits:Indigenous Arts of New Guinea,” Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History, 2401 Chautauqua, 325-4712. (Norman) “Reconsidering the Family of Man,”The Untitled Artspace, 1 NE 3, 815-9995. “Color of Dreams,” Donna Nigh Gallery at UCO, 100 E 5, 974-2228. (Edmond )

Sunny Side Up, The Sons Of Beatrice and Bungalouski, 8:30 p.m., The Conservatory, 8911 N Western, 879-9778. Abandon Kansas, Theatre Breaks Loose and Average Black Bears, 6 p.m., Eclipse Cultural House, 1336 E 6 (Tulsa)

LIVE MUSIC Michael Murphy’s Dueling Pianos, 25 S Oklahoma, Dueling Piano Bar, 7:30 p.m., 231-5397. Grady’s 66 Pub, 444 W Main, Travis Linville, 9 p.m., 354-8789. (Yukon) The Point After Club, 6800 S I 35 Service Road, Chad Todd Band, 9 p.m., 778-8166. Nonna’s Euro-American Ristorante and Bar, 1 Mickey Mantle Drive, Derek Harris Duo, 8 p.m., 235-4410. Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar & Grill, 310 Johnny Bench Drive, Aaron Newman, 8 p.m., 231-0254. Remington Park Racing and Casino, 1 Remington Place, Boogie Fever, 8 p.m., 424-1000. Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W Memorial, The Klocks, 9 p.m., 751-1547.

CONCERTS

UCO Jazz Lab, 100 E 5, Soul-d Out, 8 p.m., 359-7989. (Edmond)

Turnpike Troubadours, 8 p.m., Cain’s Ballroom, 423 N Main, 918.584.2306. (Tulsa)

Rhinestone Cowboy, 900 SE 59, Larry Morris, 9 p.m., 616-0288.

Sesame Street Live: Elmo Makes Music, 10:30 a.m., 7 p.m., BOK Center, 200 S Denver, (918) 8944200. (Tulsa) Deerpeople, People People and The Nghiems, 9 p.m., Opolis Production LLC, 113 N Crawford (Norman)

The Deli, 309 White, My So Called Band, 10 p.m., 329-3534. (Norman) Belle Isle Restaurant & Brewery, 1900 Northwest Expressway, Zero2Sixty, 9 p.m., 840-1911. Sliders, 2616 S I 35 Service Rd, Recklezz Heartz, 8 p.m., 672-6306.

JJ’s Alley, 212 E Sheridan, Rogers and Weilburg, 6:30 p.m., 605-4543. JJ’s Alley, 212 E Sheridan, Mike Halley and Brett Smith, 10 p.m., 605-4543. Othello’s, 434 Buchanan, Joel Forlenza, 5:30 p.m., 360-2353. (Norman) Othello’s, 434 Buchanan, Caleb McGee, 9 p.m., 360-2353. (Norman) Oklahoma City Limits, 4801 S Eastern, Otis Watkins, 9 p.m., 619-3939. Firelake Grand Casino, 777 Grand Casino Blvd., Mixtape, 9 p.m., (405) 964-7263 . (Shawnee) McSalty’s Pizza, 3000 N Portland, Hanging Hayley, Silence On Sunday, Adversity and Happy Tuesday, 6 p.m., 943-3637. Mickey Mantle’s Steakhouse, 7 S Mickey Mantle, Piranha Brothers, 7 p.m., 272-0777. Riverwind Casino, 1544 W State Highway 9, Class Act, 9 p.m., 3226000. (Norman)

NIGHT LIFE Loony Bin Comedy Club, 8503 N Rockwell, Rajun Cajun, 8 p.m., 239-4242.

THEATER “The Color Purple,”8 p.m., Poteet Theatre, 222 NW 15, 609-1023. “Spring Awakening,” 8 p.m., Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma, 1727 NW 16, 524-9310.

HAPPENINGS “Brother Versus Brother: The Cherokee Civil War Exhibit,” Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler (Park Hill) “Warrior Spirits:Indigenous Arts of New Guinea,” Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History, 2401 Chautauqua, 325-4712. (Norman) “Reconsidering the Family of Man,”The Untitled Artspace, 1 NE 3, 815-9995. Ford Beckman Exhibit, JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 5286336.

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MARCH 28 - APRIL 14

“Masters of Design,”University of Central Oklahoma, 100 N University Drive, 974-5210. (Edmond)

Jason Boland and The Stragglers, 9 p.m., Wormy Dog Saloon, 311 E Sheridan, 601-6276.

Mickey Mantle’s Steakhouse, 7 S Mickey Mantle, Piranha Brothers, 7 p.m., 272-0777.

“Spring Show” featuring works by Jo Woolery, 50 Penn Place Art Gallery, 1900 Northwest Expressway, 848-5567.

LIVE MUSIC

Blue Note, 2408 N Robinson, Electric Camelz, Kill the Reflection, Aliens Vs Robots, An Airbag Saved My Life, 9 p.m., 600-1166.

Carol Beesley Artwork, Oklahoma State Capitol Building, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-3911. Paintings of Sue Messerly, 3 p.m., Norman Depot, 200 S Jones, 3079320. (Norman ) Oklahoma Friendly National Juried Art Show, 12 p.m., Individual Artists of Oklahoma, 706 W Sheridan, 232-6060. Artwork by Boris Chetkov, The Howell Gallery, 6432 N Western, 840-4437. “Mood and Movement,” An Exhibition and Sale of Ballet, Dancers and Portraits by Cathy Rowten, Dodson Galleries, 6420 N. Western, 8407787. (Oklahoma City )

SAT

31 CONCERTS “Sumptuous Strings,”, 8 p.m., Civic Center Music Hall, 201 N Walker, 842-5387. Sesame Street Live: Elmo Makes Music, 10:30 a.m., 2 p.m., 5:30 p.m., BOK Center, 200 S Denver, (918) 894-4200. (Tulsa) Larry the Cable Guy, 8 p.m., WinStar World Casino & Hotel, Exit 1, I-35, (580) 276-3100. (Thackerville) As They Sleep, Nightshade and It Lies Within, 6:30 p.m., The Conservatory, 8911 N Western, 879-9778. Parker Millsap, 8 p.m., The Blue Door, 2805 N Mckinley, 524-0738. Harry and the Potters with Koo Koo Kanga Roo, 6 p.m., Eclipse Cultural House, 1336 E 6 (Tulsa)

Michael Murphy’s Dueling Pianos, 25 S Oklahoma, Dueling Piano Bar, 7:30 p.m., 231-5397. The Point After Club, 6800 S I 35 Service Road, Amy Lee and the Second Line, 9 p.m., 778-8166.

Grady’s 66 Pub, 444 W Main, Shootin Blanks, 9 p.m., 354-8789. (Yukon) Riverwind Casino, 1544 W State Highway 9, Stars, 9 p.m., 322-6000. (Norman)

Nonna’s Euro-American Ristorante and Bar, 1 Mickey Mantle Drive, Maurice Johnson, 8 p.m., 235-4410.

NIGHT LIFE

Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar & Grill, 310 Johnny Bench Drive, Derek Harris, 8 p.m., 231-0254.

Loony Bin Comedy Club, 8503 N Rockwell, Rajun Cajun, 8 p.m., 239-4242.

Remington Park Racing and Casino, 1 Remington Place, Scott Keeton, 8 p.m., 424-1000.

Blue Note, 2408 N Robinson, Electric Camelz, Kill the Reflection, Aliens Vs Robots, An Airbag Saved My Life, 9 p.m., 600-1166.

Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W Memorial, The Klocks, 9 p.m., 751-1547. UCO Jazz Lab, 100 E 5, Garrett ‘Big G’ Jacobson, 8 p.m., 359-7989. (Edmond) Rhinestone Cowboy, 900 SE 59, Riders Ford, 9 p.m., 616-0288. The Deli, 309 White, Travis Linville CD Release with The Damn Quails, 10 p.m., 329-3534. (Norman) Belle Isle Restaurant & Brewery, 1900 Northwest Expressway, Just Dig It, 9 p.m., 840-1911. Sliders, 2616 S I 35 Service Rd, Recklezz Heartz, 8 p.m., 672-6306. McSalty’s Pizza, 3000 N Portland, Wake Up Call, Dead End Alaska, ElectroFoam and All Girls Lie, 6 p.m., 943-3637. JJ’s Alley, 212 E Sheridan, Ali Harter, 10 p.m., 605-4543. Othello’s, 434 Buchanan, Joel Forlenza, 5:30 p.m., 360-2353. (Norman) Othello’s, 434 Buchanan, Camille Harp, 9 p.m., 360-2353. (Norman) Oklahoma City Limits, 4801 S Eastern, Austin Nail Band, 9 p.m., 619-3939.

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THEATER “Sumptuous Strings,”, 8 p.m., Civic Center Music Hall, 201 N Walker, 842-5387. “The Color Purple,” 8 p.m., Poteet Theatre, 222 NW 15, 609-1023. “Spring Awakening,” 2 and 8 p.m. Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma, 1727 NW 16, 524-9310. OKC Improv, 8 and 10 p.m., Ghostlight Theatre Club, 3110 N Walker, 286-9412.

HAPPENINGS “Brother Versus Brother: The Cherokee Civil War Exhibit,” Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler (Park Hill) “Warrior Spirits:Indigenous Arts of New Guinea,” Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History, 2401 Chautauqua, 325-4712. (Norman) The ONE Event, 7 p.m., Mainsite Contemporary Art: Home of the Norman Arts Council, 122 E Main, 360-1162. (Norman) Ford Beckman Exhibit, JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 5286336.

“Spring Show” featuring works by Jo Woolery, 50 Penn Place Art Gallery, 1900 Northwest Expressway, 848-5567. Carol Beesley Artwork, Oklahoma State Capitol Building, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-3911. Oklahoma Friendly National Juried Art Show, 12 p.m., Individual Artists of Oklahoma, 706 W Sheridan, 232-6060. 1st Annual Oklahoma LGBT College Summit, 11 a.m., Oklahoma State University, 431 N Murray Hall, 744-6105. (Stillwater) “Mood and Movement,” An Exhibition and Sale of Ballet, Dancers and Portraits by Cathy Rowten, Dodson Galleries, 6420 N. Western, 8407787. (Oklahoma City ) Edmond Kiwanis Clubs To Host Family Celebration and annual Pancake Day with Silent Auction, 7 a.m., First Presbyterian Church of Edmond, 1001 S Rankin (Edmond)

Blues Saloon, 2525 NW 10, Blues Revue Band Open Jam, 9 p.m., 601-1165.

“Reconsidering the Family of Man,”The Untitled Artspace, 1 NE 3, 815-9995.

Othello’s, 434 Buchanan, David Leach Jazz Trio, 7 p.m., 360-2353. (Norman)

Ford Beckman Exhibit, JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 5286336.

NIGHT LIFE

“Masters of Design,”University of Central Oklahoma, 100 N University Drive, 974-5210. (Edmond)

JJ’s Alley, 212 E Sheridan, Stand Up Comedy - Heather Payne and Friends, 6 p.m., 605-4543. Loony Bin Comedy Club, 8503 N Rockwell, Rajun Cajun, 8 p.m., 239-4242.

SPORTS OKC Thunder vs Chicago Bulls, 12 p.m., Chesapeake Energy Arena, 100 W Reno, 602-8700.

MON

02

SUN

01 CONCERTS Sesame Street Live: Elmo Makes Music, 1 p.m., 4:30 p.m., BOK Center, 200 S Denver, (918) 894-4200. (Tulsa) Susan Herndon, Greg Jacobs and Emily Kaitz, 8 p.m., The Blue Door, 2805 N Mckinley, 524-0738. Yonder Mountain String Band, 8 p.m., Cain’s Ballroom, 423 N Main, 918.584.2306. (Tulsa) The Magic of Music, 1:45 p.m., Catlett Music Center, 500 W Boyd, 325-4101. (Norman)

LIVE MUSIC JJ’s Alley, 212 E Sheridan, Open Mic Acoustic Music Night with Jesse Cahn, 8 p.m., 605-4543. The Deli, 309 White, Mike Hosty, 9 p.m., 329-3534. (Norman)

LIVE MUSIC Midwest City Senior Center, 8215 E Reno, Showtimer’s Classic Country Dance, 7 p.m. (Midwest City) Othello’s, 434 Buchanan, Joel Forlenza, 5:30 p.m., 360-2353. (Norman)

NIGHT LIFE Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W Memorial, Karaoke, 9 p.m., 751-1547.

SPORTS OKC Thunder vs Memphis Grizzlies, 7 p.m., Chesapeake Energy Arena, 100 W Reno, 602-8700.

HAPPENINGS “Brother Versus Brother: The Cherokee Civil War Exhibit,” Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler (Park Hill) “Warrior Spirits:Indigenous Arts of New Guinea,” Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History, 2401 Chautauqua, 325-4712. (Norman)

“Spring Show” featuring works by Jo Woolery, 50 Penn Place Art Gallery, 1900 Northwest Expressway, 848-5567. Carol Beesley Artwork, Oklahoma State Capitol Building, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-3911. Paintings of Sue Messerly, 3 p.m., Norman Depot, 200 S Jones, 3079320. (Norman ) “Mood and Movement,” An Exhibition and Sale of Ballet, Dancers and Portraits by Cathy Rowten, Dodson Galleries, 6420 N. Western, 8407787. (Oklahoma City )

TUE

03 CONCERTS Texas In July, Like Moths To Flames, The Air I Breathe, Hundredth and One Year Later, 6:30 p.m., The Conservatory, 8911 N Western, 879-9778. The Bunny The Bear, 6 p.m., Eclipse Cultural House, 1336 E 6 (Tulsa)

NIGHT LIFE Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W Memorial, DJ Big G, 6 p.m., 751-1547. Othello’s, 434 Buchanan, Othello’s Comedy Night, 10 p.m., 701-4900. (Norman)

THEATER “Spring Awakening,” 7:30 p.m., Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma, 1727 NW 16, 524-9310.


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EVENTS

SPORTS Oklahoma City Barons vs. Hamilton Bulldogs, 7 p.m., Cox Convention Center, 1 Myriad Gardens, 602-8500.

WED

04 \CONCERTS Rebecca Loebe, 8 p.m., The Blue Door, 2805 N Mckinley, 524-0738. Fight The Silence Tour with For Today, A Skylit Drive, Stick To Your Guns and more, 6:30 p.m., Cain’s Ballroom, 423 N Main, 918.584.2306. (Tulsa) Green River Ordinance, 8 p.m., University of Oklahoma, 900 Asp Ave, 325-1710. (Norman) Shy Blakeman, 9 p.m., Wormy Dog Saloon, 311 E Sheridan, 601-6276. Othello’s, 434 Buchanan, Joel Forlenza, 5:30 p.m., 360-2353. (Norman) Firelake Grand Casino, 777 Grand Casino Blvd., Pirahna Brothers, 7 p.m., (405) 964-7263 . (Shawnee) Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W Memorial, Drive, 9 p.m., 751-1547.

NIGHT LIFE Cee Gee’s Club, 309 S Coltrane, Karaoke, 9 p.m., 348-7555. (Edmond)

MARCH 28 - APRIL 14 “Warrior Spirits:Indigenous Arts of New Guinea,” Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History, 2401 Chautauqua, 325-4712. (Norman) “Reconsidering the Family of Man,”The Untitled Artspace, 1 NE 3, 815-9995 Ford Beckman Exhibit, JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 5286336. “Masters of Design,”University of Central Oklahoma, 100 N University Drive, 974-5210. (Edmond) “Spring Show” featuring works by Jo Woolery, 50 Penn Place Art Gallery, 1900 Northwest Expressway, 848-5567. Carol Beesley Artwork, Oklahoma State Capitol Building, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-3911. Paintings of Sue Messerly, 3 p.m., Norman Depot, 200 S Jones, 3079320. (Norman ) Oklahoma Friendly National Juried Art Show, 12 p.m., Individual Artists of Oklahoma, 706 W Sheridan, 232-6060. “Mood and Movement,” An Exhibition and Sale of Ballet, Dancers and Portraits by Cathy Rowten, Dodson Galleries, 6420 N. Western, 8407787. (Oklahoma City )

THU

05

THEATER “Spring Awakening,” 7:30 p.m., Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma, 1727 NW 16, 524-9310.

HAPPENINGS “Brother Versus Brother: The Cherokee Civil War Exhibit,” Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler (Park Hill)

CONCERTS Ivy League, Black Lantern and Bent Left, 6:30 p.m., The Conservatory, 8911 N Western, 879-9778. Ryan Ready, 9 p.m., Wormy Dog Saloon, 311 E Sheridan, 601-6276.

LIVE MUSIC Michael Murphy’s Dueling Pianos, 25 S Oklahoma, Dueling Piano Bar, 7:30 p.m., 231-5397.

Othello’s, 434 Buchanan, Open Mic Night, 9 p.m., 360-2353. (Norman) Remington Park Racing and Casino, 1 Remington Place, Earlmon Band, 7 a.m., 424-1000. Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W Memorial, Avenue, 9 p.m., 751-1547.

FRI

06

THEATER “Jesus Christ Superstar,” 7:30 p.m., Oklahoma City Community College, 7777 S May, 682-7579. “Spring Awakening,” 7:30 p.m., Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma, 1727 NW 16, 524-9310. “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum,” 7:30 p.m., Oklahoma City Community College, 7777 S May, 682-1611.

HAPPENINGS “Brother Versus Brother: The Cherokee Civil War Exhibit,” Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler (Park Hill) “Warrior Spirits:Indigenous Arts of New Guinea,” Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History, 2401 Chautauqua, 325-4712. (Norman) “Reconsidering the Family of Man,”The Untitled Artspace, 1 NE 3, 815-9995. Ford Beckman Exhibit, JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 5286336. “Masters of Design,”University of Central Oklahoma, 100 N University Drive, 974-5210. (Edmond) “Spring Show” featuring works by Jo Woolery, 50 Penn Place Art Gallery, 1900 Northwest Expressway, 848-5567. Carol Beesley Artwork, Oklahoma State Capitol Building, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-3911. Paintings of Sue Messerly, 3 p.m., Norman Depot, 200 S Jones, 3079320. (Norman ) Oklahoma Friendly National Juried Art Show, 12 p.m., Individual Artists of Oklahoma, 706 W Sheridan, 232-6060.

CONCERTS Darden Smith, 8 p.m., The Blue Door, 2805 N Mckinley, 524-0738. Horde Casket, Indeed Sir, Broken Flesh, Against The Damned and Dischordia, 8 p.m., The Conservatory, 8911 N Western, 879-9778. Willie Nelson and Family, 8 p.m., Lucky Star Casino, 7777 N Highway 81, 262-7612. (El Reno) The All-American Rejects with A Rocket To The Moon, 8 p.m., Diamond Ballroom, 8001 S Eastern, 677-9169. The Kamals, Black Jack Gypsys and The Trading Co, 9 p.m., Opolis Production LLC, 113 N Crawford (Norman) Robert Earl Keen, 8:30 p.m., Cain’s Ballroom, 423 N Main, 918.584.2306. (Tulsa) Kyle Bennett with Ryan McBride, 8 p.m., Wormy Dog Saloon, 311 E Sheridan, 601-6276.

LIVE MUSIC Michael Murphy’s Dueling Pianos, 25 S Oklahoma, Dueling Piano Bar, 7:30 p.m., 231-5397. Grady’s 66 Pub, 444 W Main, Chad Sullins CD Release Party, 9 p.m., 354-8789. (Yukon) The Point After Club, 6800 S I 35 Service Road, C-Note, 9 p.m., 778-8166. Belle Isle Restaurant & Brewery, 1900 Northwest Expressway, 2AM, 9 p.m., 840-1911.

Othello’s, 434 Buchanan, Joel Forlenza, 5:30 p.m., 360-2353. (Norman)

Monica Taylor and Robin Macy, 8 p.m., The Blue Door, 2805 N Mckinley, 524-0738.

Oklahoma City Limits, 4801 S Eastern, Jim Suhler and Monkey Beat, 9 p.m., 619-3939.

Carlos Mencia, 8 p.m., Riverwind Casino, 1544 W State Highway 9, 322-6000. (Norman)

Firelake Grand Casino, 777 Grand Casino Blvd., Squad Live, 9 p.m., (405) 964-7263 . (Shawnee)

This is Where it Ends Tour with All Shall Perish, Carnifex and more, 6 p.m., Eclipse Cultural House, 1336 E 6 (Tulsa)

Mickey Mantle’s Steakhouse, 7 S Mickey Mantle, Jam Candy, 7 p.m., 272-0777. Remington Park Racing and Casino, 1 Remington Place, Brother Summit, 9 p.m., 424-1000. Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W Memorial, Big Mouth, 9 p.m., 751-1547.

Beats Antique, 8 p.m., Cain’s Ballroom, 423 N Main, 918.584.2306. (Tulsa) Psychotic Reaction, 9 p.m., Opolis Production LLC, 113 N Crawford (Norman) Reckless Kelly, 8 p.m., Wormy Dog Saloon, 311 E Sheridan 601-6276.

THEATER

LIVE MUSIC

“Jesus Christ Superstar,” 7:30 p.m., Oklahoma City Community College, 7777 S May, 682-7579.

Michael Murphy’s Dueling Pianos, 25 S Oklahoma, Dueling Piano Bar, 7:30 p.m., 231-5397.

“Legally Blonde,” 8 p.m., Pollard Theatre, 120 W Harrison, 2822800. (Guthrie)

Grady’s 66 Pub, 444 W Main, Seth Canden, 9 p.m., 354-8789. (Yukon)

“The Sunshine Boys,” 8 p.m., Civic Center Music Hall, 201 N Walker, 297-2264. “Spring Awakening,” 8 p.m., Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma, 1727 NW 16, 524-9310. Carlos Mencia, 8 p.m., Tulsa Convention Center, 100 Civic Center, (918) 596-7155. (Tulsa) “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum,” 7:30 p.m., Oklahoma City Community College, 7777 S May, 682-1611.

SAT

07

Nonna’s Euro-American Ristorante and Bar, 1 Mickey Mantle Drive, Stephen Speaks, 8 p.m., 235-4410.

CONCERTS

The Boom, 2218 NW 39, King GuitArthur And The Druggs Show, 8 p.m., 601-7200.

Lady Antebellum Own the Night Tour, 7 p.m., Lloyd Noble Center, 2900 Jenkins, 325-4666. (Norman)

The Point After Club, 6800 S I 35 Service Road, Dielectric, 9 p.m., 778-8166. Belle Isle Restaurant & Brewery, 1900 Northwest Expressway, Mojo Men, 9 p.m., 840-1911. Nonna’s Euro-American Ristorante and Bar, 1 Mickey Mantle Drive, Rick Jawnsun, 9 p.m., 235-4410. The Boom, 2218 NW 39, King GuitArthur And The Druggs Show, 8 p.m., 601-7200. Oklahoma City Limits, 4801 S Eastern, Street Kings, 9 p.m., 6193939. Mickey Mantle’s Steakhouse, 7 S Mickey Mantle, Jam Candy, 7 p.m., 272-0777. Remington Park Racing and Casino, 1 Remington Place, Brother Summit, 9 p.m., 424-1000. Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W Memorial, Jim The Elephant, 9 p.m., 751-1547.

THEATER “Jesus Christ Superstar,” 7:30 p.m., Oklahoma City Community College, 7777 S May, 682-7579.

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“Legally Blonde,” 8 p.m., Pollard Theatre, 120 W Harrison, 2822800. (Guthrie)

Othello’s, 434 Buchanan, David Leach Jazz Trio, 7 p.m., 360-2353. (Norman)

“The Sunshine Boys,” 2 p.m., Civic Center Music Hall, 201 N Walker, 297-2264. “Spring Awakening,” 2 and 8 p.m. Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma, 1727 NW 16, 524-9310.

THEATER

NIGHT LIFE

“Warrior Spirits:Indigenous Arts of New Guinea,” Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History, 2401 Chautauqua, 325-4712. (Norman)

JJ’s Alley, 212 E Sheridan, Stand Up Comedy - Heather Payne and Friends, 6 p.m., 605-4543.

“Reconsidering the Family of Man,”The Untitled Artspace, 1 NE 3, 815-9995.

HAPPENINGS

SPORTS

Ford Beckman Exhibit, JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 5286336.

“Spring Awakening,” 7:30 p.m., Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma, 1727 NW 16, 524-9310.

“Brother Versus Brother: The Cherokee Civil War Exhibit,” Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler (Park Hill)

OKC Improv, 8 and 10 p.m, Ghostlight Theatre Club, 3110 N Walker, 286-9412.

OKC Thunder vs Toronto Raptors, 6 p.m., Chesapeake Energy Arena, 100 W Reno, 602-8700.

“A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum,” 7:30 p.m., Oklahoma City Community College, 7777 S May, 682-1611.

HAPPENINGS

“Masters of Design,”University of Central Oklahoma, 100 N University Drive, 974-5210. (Edmond)

“Brother Versus Brother: The Cherokee Civil War Exhibit,” Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler (Park Hill)

“Spring Show” featuring works by Jo Woolery, 50 Penn Place Art Gallery, 1900 Northwest Expressway, 848-5567.

“Warrior Spirits:Indigenous Arts of New Guinea,” Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History, 2401 Chautauqua, 325-4712. (Norman)

Carol Beesley Artwork, Oklahoma State Capitol Building, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-3911.

Ford Beckman Exhibit, JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 5286336.

Paintings of Sue Messerly, 3 p.m., Norman Depot, 200 S Jones, 3079320. (Norman )

“Masters of Design,”University of Central Oklahoma, 100 N University Drive, 974-5210. (Edmond)

“ Turning Point: Be the one of a kind” by Lisa Lee, Paseo Art Gallery, 2924 Paseo (Oklahoma City )

“Spring Show” featuring works by Jo Woolery, 50 Penn Place Art Gallery, 1900 Northwest Expressway, 848-5567.

SPORTS Oklahoma City Barons vs. Chicago Wolves, 7 p.m., Cox Convention Center, 1 Myriad Gardens, 6028500.

HAPPENINGS “Brother Versus Brother: The Cherokee Civil War Exhibit,” Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler (Park Hill) “Warrior Spirits:Indigenous Arts of New Guinea,” Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History, 2401 Chautauqua, 325-4712. (Norman) Ford Beckman Exhibit, JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 5286336.

SUN

08 LIVE MUSIC JJ’s Alley, 212 E Sheridan, Open Mic Acoustic Music Night with Jesse Cahn, 8 p.m., 605-4543. The Deli, 309 White, Mike Hosty, 9 p.m., 329-3534. (Norman) Blues Saloon, 2525 NW 10, Blues Revue Band Open Jam, 9 p.m., 601-1165.

Ford Beckman Exhibit, JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 5286336. Carol Beesley Artwork, Oklahoma State Capitol Building, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-3911. “ Turning Point: Be the one of a kind” by Lisa Lee, Paseo Art Gallery, 2924 Paseo (Oklahoma City )

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“Mood and Movement,” An Exhibition and Sale of Ballet, Dancers and Portraits by Cathy Rowten, Dodson Galleries, 6420 N. Western, 8407787. (Oklahoma City )

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LIVE MUSIC

CONCERTS

Midwest City Senior Center, 8215 E Reno, Showtimer’s Classic Country Dance, 7 p.m. (Midwest City)

Bela Fleck and the Flecktones, 8 p.m., Rose State Performing Arts Theatre, 7005 SE 15, 733-7960.

NIGHT LIFE

Eve 6, 7 p.m., ACM@UCO, 323 E Sheridan, 974-4700.

Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W Memorial, Karaoke, 9 p.m., 751-1547.

HAPPENINGS “Brother Versus Brother: The Cherokee Civil War Exhibit,” Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler (Park Hill)

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NIGHT LIFE Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W Memorial, DJ Big G, 6 p.m., 751-1547. Othello’s, 434 Buchanan, Othello’s Comedy Night, 10 p.m., 701-4900. (Norman)

“Warrior Spirits:Indigenous Arts of New Guinea,” Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History, 2401 Chautauqua, 325-4712. (Norman) “Reconsidering the Family of Man,”The Untitled Artspace, 1 NE 3, 815-9995.

Carol Beesley Artwork, Oklahoma State Capitol Building, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-3911. Paintings of Sue Messerly, 3 p.m., Norman Depot, 200 S Jones, 3079320. (Norman )

WED

11

CONCERTS Bela Fleck and The Flecktones, 8 p.m., Cain’s Ballroom, 423 N Main, 918.584.2306. (Tulsa) Matt Mason, 9 p.m., Wormy Dog Saloon, 311 E Sheridan, 601-6276.

LIVE MUSIC Firelake Grand Casino, 777 Grand Casino Blvd., Chad Bryant, 7 p.m., (405) 964-7263 . (Shawnee)

Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W Memorial, Attica State, 9 p.m., 751-1547.

NIGHT LIFE Cee Gee’s Club, 309 S Coltrane, Karaoke, 9 p.m., 348-7555. (Edmond)

THEATER “They Promised Her the Moon,” 8 p.m., University of Oklahoma - A. Max Weitzenhoffer Theatre, 840 Asp Avenue, 325-4101. (Norman) “Spring Awakening,” 7:30 p.m., Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma, 1727 NW 16, 524-9310.

SPORTS OKC Thunder vs LA Clippers, 7 p.m., Chesapeake Energy Arena, 100 W Reno, 602-8700.

HAPPENINGS “Brother Versus Brother: The Cherokee Civil War Exhibit,” Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler (Park Hill) “Warrior Spirits:Indigenous Arts of New Guinea,” Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History, 2401 Chautauqua, 325-4712. (Norman)

“Mood and Movement,” An Exhibition and Sale of Ballet, Dancers and Portraits by Cathy Rowten, Dodson Galleries, 6420 N. Western, 8407787. (Oklahoma City )

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12

CONCERTS Brandon Jackson, 9 p.m., Wormy Dog Saloon, 311 E Sheridan, 6016276. Miranda Lambert and Chris Young and J. Niemann, 7:30 p.m., BOK Center, 200 S Denver, (918) 894-4200. (Tulsa) Billy Currington, David Nail and Kip Moore, 8 p.m., Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, 777 W Cherokee, (918) 266-4352. (Catoosa)

LIVE MUSIC Michael Murphy’s Dueling Pianos, 25 S Oklahoma, Dueling Piano Bar, 7:30 p.m., 231-5397.

“Reconsidering the Family of Man,”The Untitled Artspace, 1 NE 3, 815-9995.

Othello’s, 434 Buchanan, Open Mic Night, 9 p.m., 360-2353. (Norman)

Ford Beckman Exhibit, JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 5286336.

Remington Park Racing and Casino, 1 Remington Place, Replay, 7 p.m., 424-1000.

“Masters of Design,”University of Central Oklahoma, 100 N University Drive, 974-5210. (Edmond)

Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W Memorial, Jason Young Band, 9 p.m., 751-1547.

“Spring Show” featuring works by Jo Woolery, 50 Penn Place Art Gallery, 1900 Northwest Expressway, 848-5567. Carol Beesley Artwork, Oklahoma State Capitol Building, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-3911. Paintings of Sue Messerly, 3 p.m., Norman Depot, 200 S Jones, 3079320. (Norman ) “ Turning Point: Be the one of a kind” by Lisa Lee, Paseo Art Gallery, 2924 Paseo (Oklahoma City )

THEATER “Sunset Boulevard,” 7:30 p.m., University of Central Oklahoma, 100 N University Drive, 974-2000. (Edmond) “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest,” 8 p.m., Civic Center Music Hall, 201 N Walker, 297-2264. “Around the World in Eighty Days,” 8 p.m., Jewel Box Theatre, 3700 N Walker, 521-1786. “They Promised Her the Moon, ” 8 p.m., University of Oklahoma - A. Max Weitzenhoffer Theatre, 840 Asp Avenue, 405.325.4101. (Norman)


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“Jesus Christ Superstar,” 7:30 p.m., Oklahoma City Community College, 7777 S May, 682-7579. “The Nerd,” 8 p.m., Oklahoma Christian University - Judd Theatre, 2501 E Memorial, 425-5540. (Edmond) SWOSU presents “Grapes of Wrath,” 7:30 p.m., SWOSU Hilltop Theatre, 100 Campus Drive, (580) 774-3080. (Weatherford) “Spring Awakening,” 7:30 p.m., Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma, 1727 NW 16, 524-9310. “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum,” 7:30 p.m., Oklahoma City Community College, 7777 S May, 682-1611.

HAPPENINGS “Brother Versus Brother: The Cherokee Civil War Exhibit,” Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler (Park Hill) “Warrior Spirits:Indigenous Arts of New Guinea,” Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History, 2401 Chautauqua, 325-4712. (Norman) “Reconsidering the Family of Man,”The Untitled Artspace, 1 NE 3, 815-9995. Ford Beckman Exhibit, JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 5286336.

MARCH 28 - APRIL 14 FRI

13 CONCERTS Josh Abbott Band, 8:30 p.m., Cain’s Ballroom, 423 N Main, 918.584.2306. (Tulsa) The Avett Brothers, 8 p.m., Brady Theater, 105 W Brady, (918) 5827239. (Tulsa) Rainbows Are Free, 9 p.m., Opolis Production LLC, 113 N Crawford (Norman) Foreigner, 8 p.m., Lucky Star Casino, 7777 N Highway 81, 262-7612. (El Reno) Roy Clark’s 79th Birthday Bash, 8 p.m., Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, 777 W Cherokee, (918) 266-4352. (Catoosa) BeThisBell with Johnny B Hood, 9 p.m., ACM@UCO, 323 E Sheridan, 974-4700. John David Kent, 8 p.m., Wormy Dog Saloon, 311 E Sheridan 6016276.

LIVE MUSIC Michael Murphy’s Dueling Pianos, 25 S Oklahoma, Dueling Piano Bar, 7:30 p.m., 231-5397.

“Spring Show” featuring works by Jo Woolery, 50 Penn Place Art Gallery, 1900 Northwest Expressway, 848-5567.

The Point After Club, 6800 S I 35 Service Road, Melissa Hembree Metcalf, 9 p.m., 778-8166.

Carol Beesley Artwork, Oklahoma State Capitol Building, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-3911.

Belle Isle Restaurant & Brewery, 1900 Northwest Expressway, Defining Times with Boyfrndz, 9 p.m., 840-1911.

“Deadline” Movie Premiere, 6 p.m., Harkins Bricktown Cinema, 150 E Reno, 840-4275. “ Turning Point: Be the one of a kind” by Lisa Lee, Paseo Art Gallery, 2924 Paseo (Oklahoma City )

OKC Thunder vs Sacramento Kings, 7 p.m., Chesapeake Energy Arena, 100 W Reno, 602-8700.

Chance Anderson, 8 p.m., Wormy Dog Saloon, 311 E Sheridan, 6016276.

“Jesus Christ Superstar,” 7:30 p.m., Oklahoma City Community College, 7777 S May, 682-7579.

Grady’s 66 Pub, 444 W Main, Uncle Lucius, 9 p.m., 354-8789. (Yukon)

HAPPENINGS

Bo Bice with Amy Lee and The Second Line, 8 p.m., Sac & Fox Casino Sports Center, 42008 Westech Rd, 275-4700. (Shawnee)

“The Nerd,” 8 p.m., Oklahoma Christian University - Judd Theatre, 2501 E Memorial, 425-5540. (Edmond)

Emma’s Revolution, 8 p.m., The Blue Door, 2805 N Mckinley, 5240738.

SWOSU presents “Grapes of Wrath,” 7:30 p.m., SWOSU Hilltop Theatre, 100 Campus Drive, (580) 774-3080. (Weatherford)

Remington Park Racing and Casino, 1 Remington Place, 80’z Enuf, 9 p.m., 424-1000.

“Masters of Design,”University of Central Oklahoma, 100 N University Drive, 974-5210. (Edmond)

Paintings of Sue Messerly, 3 p.m., Norman Depot, 200 S Jones, 3079320. (Norman )

Firelake Grand Casino, 777 Grand Casino Blvd., Electric Avenue, 9 p.m., (405) 964-7263 . (Shawnee)

Nonna’s Euro-American Ristorante and Bar, 1 Mickey Mantle Drive, Derek Harris Duo, 8 p.m., 235-4410. The Boom, 2218 NW 39, King GuitArthur And The Druggs Show, 8 p.m., 601-7200. Oklahoma City Limits, 4801 S Eastern, Superfreak, 9 p.m., 6193939.

Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W Memorial, Big Daddy, 9 p.m., 751-1547.

THEATER “Sunset Boulevard,” 7:30 p.m., University of Central Oklahoma, 100 N University Drive, 974-2000. (Edmond) “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest,” , 8 p.m., Civic Center Music Hall, 201 N Walker, 297-2264. “Around the World in Eighty Days,” 8 p.m., Jewel Box Theatre, 3700 N Walker, 521-1786. “They Promised Her the Moon,” 8 p.m., University of Oklahoma A. Max Weitzenhoffer Theatre, 840 Asp Avenue, 405.325.4101. (Norman) “Jesus Christ Superstar,” 7:30 p.m., Oklahoma City Community College, 7777 S May, 682-7579. “The Nerd,” 8 p.m., Oklahoma Christian University - Judd Theatre, 2501 E Memorial, 425-5540. (Edmond) SWOSU presents “Grapes of Wrath,” 7:30 p.m., SWOSU Hilltop Theatre, 100 Campus Drive, (580) 774-3080. (Weatherford)

2nd Friday Circuit of Art, 6 p.m., Norman Arts Council Gallery, 220 E Main, 360-1162. (Norman) “Brother Versus Brother: The Cherokee Civil War Exhibit,” Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler (Park Hill) “Warrior Spirits:Indigenous Arts of New Guinea,” Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History, 2401 Chautauqua, 325-4712. (Norman)

LIVE MUSIC

“Reconsidering the Family of Man,”The Untitled Artspace, 1 NE 3, 815-9995.

The Point After Club, 6800 S I 35 Service Road, Patrick Winsett, 9 p.m., 778-8166.

Art a la Carte, 6 p.m., Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, 555 Elm, 3253272. (Norman)

Belle Isle Restaurant & Brewery, 1900 Northwest Expressway, Avenue, 9 p.m., 840-1911.

Ford Beckman Exhibit, JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 5286336.

Nonna’s Euro-American Ristorante and Bar, 1 Mickey Mantle Drive, Oxford Town, 9 p.m., 235-4410.

“Masters of Design,”University of Central Oklahoma, 100 N University Drive, 974-5210. (Edmond)

The Boom, 2218 NW 39, King GuitArthur And The Druggs Show, 8 p.m., 601-7200.

“Spring Show” featuring works by Jo Woolery, 50 Penn Place Art Gallery, 1900 Northwest Expressway, 848-5567.

Oklahoma City Limits, 4801 S Eastern, Stereo Deck, 9 p.m., 6193939.

SAT

14

“Legally Blonde,” 8 p.m., Pollard Theatre, 120 W Harrison, 2822800. (Guthrie) “Spring Awakening,” 8 p.m., Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma, 1727 NW 16, 524-9310. “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum,” 7:30 p.m., Oklahoma City Community College, 7777 S May, 682-1611.

SPORTS Oklahoma City Barons vs. Houston Aeros, 7 p.m., Cox Convention Center, 1 Myriad Gardens, 602-8500.

CONCERTS Leon Russell - 26th Annual Birthday Bash, 8 p.m., Brady Theater, 105 W Brady, (918) 582-7239. (Tulsa) National Fiddler Hall of Fame featuring Riders In The Sky, 8 p.m., Cain’s Ballroom, 423 N Main, 918.584.2306. (Tulsa) Kevin Hart, 8 p.m., Chesapeake Energy Arena, 100 W Reno, 6028700.

Michael Murphy’s Dueling Pianos, 25 S Oklahoma, Dueling Piano Bar, 7:30 p.m., 231-5397.

Remington Park Racing and Casino, 1 Remington Place, Mack Band, 9 p.m., 424-1000. Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W Memorial, Big Daddy, 9 p.m., 751-1547.

THEATER “Sunset Boulevard,” 7:30 p.m., University of Central Oklahoma, 100 N University Drive, 974-2000. (Edmond) “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest,” 8 p.m., Civic Center Music Hall, 201 N Walker, 297-2264. “Around the World in Eighty Days,” 8 p.m., Jewel Box Theatre, 3700 N Walker, 521-1786. “They Promised Her the Moon,” 8 p.m., University of Oklahoma A. Max Weitzenhoffer Theatre, 840 Asp Avenue, 405.325.4101. (Norman)

“Legally Blonde,” 8 p.m., Pollard Theatre, 120 W Harrison, 2822800. (Guthrie) “Spring Awakening,” 2 and 8 p.m. Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma, 1727 NW 16, 524-9310. OKC Improv, 8 and 10 p.m., Ghostlight Theatre Club, 3110 N Walker, 286-9412. “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum,” 7:30 p.m., Oklahoma City Community College, 7777 S May, 682-1611.

SPORTS Redbud Classic, 7 a.m., Waterford Complex, NW 63 and Pennsylvania

HAPPENINGS “Brother Versus Brother: The Cherokee Civil War Exhibit,” Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler (Park Hill) “Warrior Spirits:Indigenous Arts of New Guinea,” Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History, 2401 Chautauqua, 325-4712. (Norman) Oklahoma City Ballet 40th Birthday Fundraising Gala, 7:30 p.m., Oklahoma City Golf & Country Club, 7000 NW Grand Blvd., 843-9898. (Nichols Hills) Disney Film - Robin Hood, 10:30 a.m., Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, 555 Elm, 325-3272. (Norman) Ford Beckman Exhibit, JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 5286336. “Spring Show” featuring works by Jo Woolery, 50 Penn Place Art Gallery, 1900 Northwest Expressway, 848-5567.

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2004 Sebring coupe, dazzling red, loaded, X clean in/out, 90K, $4995, 2095297, Co. 1989 New Yorker, all power, excellent condition, $900, 427-3921.

2011 Ford Fusion HYBRID, White ext, Beige int, leather, like new cond, 16,800 mi, One owner, non smoking, fully loaded w/ navigation $28,900. Norman 405-371-3347

2005 Jaguar XK8 Conv, mint cond, looks brand new, 64K miles, new high performance tires, smoke gray ext, black leather int. Brand New $90,000. Asking $23,500 405-659-6153 1997 XK8, white convertible, tan top, 120K, $5500 obo; 1996 XJ6, black with tan interior, 149K, $3000 obo; 405424-2630 or 740-2800.

'01 RX300, Runs Like New, 133K, Great MPG! $6250 ¡ 209-5297 co. 98 GS300 142k loaded, leather, sunroof runs like new $5500 209-5297 co

'03 Town Car, 1 owner, 118k, loaded, lthr, xx nice, $5950, 209-5297co

Classic Car Restoration Free transport available. Yesteryear 918-605-6070 1991 Porsche 911 Carrerea 4 AWD 2+2 Coupe 5-speed. A prized car with only 8,844 miles! Dark blue, new tires. Always garaged and seldom driven. $26k, 848-3111 '85 Chevy Blazer Tahoe runs & looks great, custom wheels, custom paint $2,200obo. 405-262-7554

'05 Taurus SE, 115K mi, cold ac, loaded X nice blue, $3950 201-3831 '05 Mustang Conv., 104K, 6 cyl, Loaded, Xtra Nice $8495 ¡ 209-5297co '02 Mustang GT Conv. 5 spd, 122K, Runs Great! $5995 ¡ 209-5297 co. 1998 TAURUS 4 door, all good condition $2395 735-5682

2007 Honda Fit, great gas saver, 1.5L, 4 door, red color, looks great, 115K miles, $9,200, 577-7734, leave msg.

1999 Cutlass, loaded, leather, XX clean, in/out, 88K, $3450, 209-5297, Co

'99 Ford F-350, 4 door, long bed, 7.3L turbo diesel, 4WD, 242K, $11,000obo. 405-630-6849

97 Bonneville 111K, lthr sunroof, loaded, extra nice $3500 209-5297 co

2010 Corolla LE, Auto, 19K, Loaded, Very Clean $12,400 ¡‘¡ 886-4939 '01 Solara Conv., 151K, runs & drives great, loaded $5750 209-5297 co '99 Toyota Camry, 4cyl auto, gas saver, CD, dependable $3450. 863-6399 '92 Toyota MR2, fully loaded, custom made 18" rims, 112K $1400 885-5555 '89 Celica conv., looks & drives good, 34 mpg hwy good tires $1200 463-0693

2003 Volkswagen Golf 4Dr, automatic, Gold ext, good cond, 112k mi, Needs new A/C. Has new alternator. $3800. 694-0825

2003 Town Car, 64K mi, always garaged, $7999, 405-372-5951, Stillwater

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'08 MIATA MX5 PRHT, 6sp GT, grey, 43K, new tires, $19,888 226-0401 '07 Mazda 3, 91K, Loaded, Super MPG! $7995 ¡ 209-5297 co. 2002 Mazda MX-5 Miata 2Dr, Convertible, 2WD, 4-cylinder, manual 6 speed, Red ext, Tan int, leather, excellent cond, 37000 mi, $12,500, JM1NB353320226802 Al Slattery 10214 NW 10 Oklahoma City Oklahoma 73127 al@asmiok.com 405-623-2951

'06 Taurus SE, 126K mi, cold ac, loaded X nice $4750 201-3831 DCL OPEN CAR SHOW Sat. March 31st, 8-1 3925 SE 29th Pancake Breakfast Contact Delane @ 387-4759

04 Ford F250 diesel 221k Crew Cab, runs like new $6500 209-5297 co

2000 Grand Prix, super loaded, heads up display, leather, 140K, $2995, 209-5297, Co.

'94 LeSabre Custom, 1 own, 146K actl mi cold AC Xnice $2450 201-3831

'05 Deville, Sharpest In Town!. 85k, loaded, $7995, 209-5297co

2000 ALERO, 4 dr, Olds Luxury small car. Loaded. Exc Condition. $2,795 CASH, 759-3886/630-7091

*SAME DAY SERVICE* $200 & UP No Title Ok, Call Becca 405-408-4835

CA$H 4 CAR$

1989 Grand Marquis LS, 48K actual miles, immaculate condition, all original, $3000, 405-306-5137

'05 Nissan Murano, 105K extra clean, $9,250 692-8855 or 326-8855

'91 GMC P/U, Clean, A/C, Runs Great $2000 obo 405-837-3233 9 to 8pm

'03 Cadillac Escalade, rear back up camera, DVD, 154k, runs great, $8995, 209-5297co '04 Chev Trail Blazer, xx sharp, 140k, loaded must see! $5450, 209-5297co '00 Chevy Blazer, 102K, $2,200; '88 Honda Accord $1,000. 844-6694 '00 Chevy Suburban LT, 4WD, loaded, runs/drives perfect $3300 885-5555 '85 Chevy Blazer Tahoe runs & looks great, custom wheels, custom paint $2,200obo. 405-262-7554 '04 Ford Expedition 110k, 3rd seat, pwr, super nice, x cln, $6450, 209-5297co '03 Ford Explorer, 171K, Runs Like New $3350 ¡ 209-5297 co 2001 Ford Excursion Ltd, leather, all power, 2WD, gas, 152K $4995, 2095297, Co. '03 GMC Denali , 142K, like new, 22'' rims, » $8995. 209-5297co »

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All kinds of vehicles

405-996-8888 VANS & SUVS - 512-7278

2003 CHEVROLET 2500 Cargo Van, runs good, good condition, new transmission and tires, 192,000 miles, $5,000. 405-627-9403

$225 & Up for non-running vehicles, no title ok. 405-819-6293

03 Chevy Venture, 122k, 3rd seat, loaded, runs/drives great $2995 209-5297 co '03 Dodge Grand Caravan, 130K, runs great, 3rd seat, X nice, $3950. 209-5297co

'94 S320, Runs & Drives Like New, 170K, Must See! $3450 209-5297 co.

'00 Grand Marquis, runs & drives perfect, loaded, pw/pl $1950 885-5555

'00 GMC Sierra, x-cab, SLE, Z71, 5.3auto, 294K mi $2,300obo. 405-368-7585

$200 ß$10,000 $PAYING CASH$ Junk Cars Trucks

'09 Chevy Silverado, x-cab, lt loaded, red, 20's, 12K mi, 6.0 auto, rebuilt title, $14,600obo. 405-368-7585 '08 Chev Z71 Ext Cab, 4x4, 138k, loaded, all pwr, $12,500 209-5297co '00 Chevy 3500, 104K, runs & drives perfect $3500 405-885-5555

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'05 Electra, silver, tinted windows, pw, pl, ac, radio & CD, new tires, runs good. $4500 obo ¡ 470-3421 ‘ 706-5967 ¡

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1972 VW Karmann Ghia convertible, exc top, new tires, runs good, $5500, 227-6670 » 942-3456

2006 Elantra, 87K miles, some hail, $3,800obo. 740-4775

03 Ford E-150, 125K, Explorer Conversion, Leather, Loaded $4450 209-5297 co '00 Ford Club Wagon, 196K, Runs Great $1775 ¡ 209-5297 co. '98 Ford Windstar, runs & drivers perfect, ac/heat $1500 885-5555

1999 Chevy 3500 with service bed & rack, $2,000obo. 405-255-6742

'03 Kia Sedona, 110K, loaded, 3rd seat, runs like new, $3750. 209-5297co

'72 Chevy Pickup, HP 350 new trans, seats. been sitting. $2500 or best ofr 918-623-9096

1999 Mercury Villager, sport model, dark red, 200K miles, good condition, $1500, 386-6076.

ACCOUNTING CLERK An immediate opening for an accounting clerk.

¡ Accounts Payable Experience ¡ Cash Deposit Preparation ¡ Inventory Knowledge Helpful ¡ Excellent Organizational Skills ¡ Salary DOE Send Resume including salary history to Controller@ carpetworldok.com

CPA Oil & gas company seeking CPA for part time employment. 15-20 hours per week. Flexible scheduling. Oil & gas experience a plus. Beautiful downtown location. Send resumes to: 405-948-1048.

Growing government contractor seeking Accounting Clerk. Min 2 years experience in accounts payable, accounts receivable, general ledger and bank reconciliations. Knowledge of Excel required. Compensation dependent upon experience. Respond in confidence with compensation expectations and resume to constructjobs5@yahoo.com

Accounts Receivable Representaive. Experienced AR professional with excellent phone skills. Insurance benefits, salary DOE. Fax resumes and salary requirements to: 405601-0885 or email to: lindsay@trinity healthtransit.com

Clerical & Office Receptionist

Must be proficient in Microsoft Word. 30 hours per week. Send resume to Robert N. Dani, Inc., 6303 N. Portland, Suite 202, OKC, OK 73112 or fax to 942-4767.

CUSTOMER SERVICE

Union Corrugating Co., a metal building products manufacturer, is in search of a professional person with excellent phone skills to become an INSIDE SALES MANAGER at our Yukon plant. Experience with dispatch & routing truck deliveries, coordinating with other plants & working with outside sales reps would be a plus. Building products experience is preferred, but not required. We offer a competitive salary & benefit package. For confidential consideration, send your resume to: Fax: 405-324-2675 or email: bwallace@ unioncorrugating.com EOE

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Management

Local Gym has an immediate position available for an experienced manager. Must have friendly personality and assertive attitude. Call 249-6906 Receptionist Full time for Midwest City doctor's office. $9.00-$9.50/hour. Good benefits. Please fax resume to 405-736-1503. Scheduling Coordinator Our modern orthodontic office is searching for a service-oriented person to cheerfully answer our phone lines and skillfully interact with our patient/parents. Fax your resume to 946-2460 or email to oa@oasmiles. com. Commensurate with experience. 401K Health Insurance oa@ oasmiles.com ‘‘ SECRETARY/ ‘‘ ‘‘ DISPATCHER ‘‘ Good typing skills & dispatching knowledge. Must be able to multi task. No criminal background. Apply in person at 532 N Villa Ave, OKC or fax resume to 405-239-6163. Universal Trailers, a leader in trailer manufacturing is accepting resumes for an Inside Sales Rep. Entry-level position in sales department. Answers technical questions and promotes sales of product. Assists and supports Sales Managers in servicing dealers. Prepares sales orders, coordinates available options and changes on product. The ideal candidate is a self starter along with good communication, organizational and interpersonal skills, and strong ability to multitask. Candidates must have general office skills including Word and Excel. Mail, fax, or email resume and salary history to: 900 E Trail Blvd. El Reno, OK 73036 Attn: HR Dept. Fax: 405-422-7331 Email: casmith@exiss.net

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ALL POSITIONS. Please call (405) 604-1331 for immediate interview.

Professional Service Advisors – Pitbulls needed, poodles need not apply up to 750.00 wk depending on exp. For interview call (405) 604-1331.

BRIDGE CREWS Needed: NE Okla Area. Openings for EXPERIENCED: •Carpenters •Finishers •SKILLED Laborers •CERT Crane Ops •Foreman $ depends on experience, health, dental & 401k available, 40hr +, Apply on-line at beccousa.com or at any Workforce OK, no phone calls. EOE. Countertop Installation Help needed Experience Helpful F. A. Highley Company 943-1911

Customer Service Rep.

Oklahoma City based insurance company. Applicants should be detail oriented, have basic computer skills, and have excellent verbal and written communication skills. Responsibilities include handling incoming telephone calls and making policy changes. Must be able to type 30-35 wpm. Benefits available. $8.50 per hour. Call 848-7931. Customer Service Rep. & Marketing positions available for NW OKC Farmers Ins. Agency. P&C Lic. a plus. 476-5001

Chouteau-Mazie Board of Education seeking Superintendent to begin July 1, 2012. Must have experience in finance, education and cirriculum. Send resume to Chouteau-Mazie Board of Education, PO Box 877, Choteau, OK 74437. EOE.

Fort Gibson Schools is accepting applications for the following positions: •Special Education Teacher •Speech/Language Pathologist •Secondary School Counselor •High School Math Teacher for the 2012-2013 school year. Apply to Linda Clinkenbeard, Assistant Superintendent, 500 South Ross, Fort Gibson, OK 74434, or call (918) 478-2474. EOE. Casady School is now accepting applications for •Spanish Teacher •French Teacher •Drama Teacher in our middle division (grades 5-8). Please address applications to: Elizabeth Larsen, Middle Division Director, 9500 N Pennsylvania Ave, Oklahoma City, OK, 73120, or larsenm@casady.org

Animal Lover clean, feed, for large no kill animal sanctuary. FT, Edmond area. $7.75 an hour + benefits. 2 8 2 - 8 6 1 7 CHILDCARE TEACHERS needed FT/PT. Good Pay. ‘¡ Call 405-632-6724 ¡‘ Class A & B CDL Drivers Wanted. Soil Farming, 80 Barrel, Solids Trucks, and Rock Trucks. Experience Required. Please Apply in Person at one of our 3 Locations. J&L Oilfield Services 300 Airport Road Shattuck, OK 25650 HWY 281 Spur Geary, OK Junction HWY 152 & 44, South of Burns Flat, and 1/4 mile Geary, OK 580-935-2020 CUSTODIANS Full time evening shift (Moore Schools area). Competitive wages & benefits. Please call 405-692-5743 for info and/or appointment. Must pass felony record check. Se Habla Espanol Debt Collectors wanted. Any experience. A plus. Will train. Great location & benefits. Call 681-2332. DIRECT CARE STAFF needed for juvenile facility in Norman. Must be capable in managing aggressive youth & pass OSBI check. Evening & weekend shifts. Call 360-9736 or email information to: harbor-house@att.net Driver/Warehouse Person National Vending Company is hiring for a full time Warehouse Person. Benefits. Please call 495-8667 on Monday, between the hours of 9 AM and 12 PM, to arrange an interview on Tuesday. Driver PT. Ideal for Retiree. $80-100 per day 2-3 days per wk. Must live NW & have economy P/U. EOE. Rick 341-7017


Professional DRIVERS & HELPERS for moving company. Apply in person at 1131 Enterprise Ave., Unit 15A, OKC, OK, 445-7618. Full Time Counter Starting pay @ $10 hr. Health & Dental Ins. We are open from 7-7 M-F and 8-6 Sat. Must be able to work shifts within that time frame. Apply @ Nichols Hills Cleaners 2837 W Wilshire Blvd @ May. Subject to drug screen Hate dirt, but love people? Must have car, ins & DL. No nights/no weekends. Health & dental insurance. Merry Maids South 670-1120

Housekeeper

wanted at OCSNP. $7.25/hr, M-F, 8:30-3p.m. Must have reliable transportation. Great benefits. Apply in person at 5016 N.W. 10, M-F, 9-2. Sodexo values workforce diversity. »»»»»»»»»»»» Janitorial Night Manager for new premier building in downtown OKC. Competitive compensation with benefits. Must be able to pass background check and drug screen. Apply in person or send resume to ABM, 2550 W Reno Ave, Ste 106, OKC, OK 73107. JANITORIAL Individuals & Couples to clean office buildings. PT evenings, M-F. Paid holidays. Apply 4-6 pm, Monday - Thursday, at 1024 N. Tulsa Ave, OKC, Se Habla Espanol. JEWELER'S HELPER No Experience Necessary FT/PT Mall Hours Health/Dental/Vacation Apply In Person CNS Jewelry Repair Quail Springs Mall or Penn Square Mall JOIN IMPERIAL VENDING COMPANY!!! $2000–$2,200 month to Start. Imperial needs

Route Delivery

Persons to service + stock vending machines. Customer Service attitude a must, experience a plus. Must have good driving record & pass drug test. NO CDL req’d. Taking applications via Fax 580-357-8302 or visit us at www.imperialco.com Leasing Consultant, PT to include some weekends. Apply in person at Pebble Creek Apartments, 360 N Pebble Creek Terrace, Mustang. LOAN OFFICER NEEDED Full time, no experience nec, will train. Apply in person, no calls please 1100-11 S Air Depot, MWC »»»»»»»» Make Ready with some maintenance needed. Must have experience. Fax resume to 793-9128 Photography/Sales Lifetouch Church Directories. Training provided. Email resume tportell@lifetouch.com

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SALES CLERKS

GREENHOUSE & NURSERY HELP NEEDED AT OKC Garden Center. $8/hr. 40+ hrs/wk. Apply at HORN SEED COMPANY 1409 NW EXPY 842-6607

Small med. device manunfacturer seeks to fill Purchasing/Inventory Control Position. Must have exp., pref. w/purchasing electronic components. ISO and FDA exp. a plus, as well as utilizing barcode system for inventory. Fax resume to 405-720-7904. VALET CAR ATTENDANTS at medical complexes needed. Professional appearance. Drug/background screening. Call 602-5648 between 10am & 2pm or send resume to josh@medvalet.biz Warehouse/Driver Help Needed Warehouse/Driver Help Needed! Must have a clean driving record Apply in person, (please specify Mike in Warehouse) The Party Galaxy, 300 N MacArthur, OKC Warehouse/Relief Driver needed Must be class A. Apply 4400 N Cooper Ave. 524-4353 Repetitive lifting required. WATER DAMAGE TECH IICRC certification pref'd. Excellent pay & benefits. Apply 555 N. ANN ARBOR, Okc

Mud Engineers

Dental Front Desk Business Assistant Full time. Requires exceptional people skills. Dental experience required and knowledge of Eaglesoft a plus. Send resume to Karen@eaokc.com or fax to 405-749-5900. Dental Receptionist FT M-F S.OKC. Good people, math & organizational skills. Multi tasking, type 50+ from recorder. Benefits, retirement, pd vac., bonuses. No health. Apply in person 634-2239. Epidemiologist Assist in data collection, analysis, survey development and will work with tribal, state and community partners to identify needs and priorities. Masters Degree in Public Health or Biostatistics. FT w/ benefits. OKC Area Inter-Tribal Health Board is a non-profit organization serving Tribes in Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas. Review job description and application process at www.ocaithb. org, select "opportunities" or call 405-951-6009 for more information.

Experienced PCAs for Home Health Agency Starting at $8/hour Contact 942-8869

Home Health Aides Unique home health environment. Excellent pay! Call 405-272-0700 or fax resume to 272-0701.

Fast Pace Independent Mud Company, Top Pay, Full Benefits. 2 to 3 yrs exper. Send Resume to: The Oklahoman, Box 2014, P.O. Box 25125, OKC, OK 73125-0125

IMMUNIZATION FIELD CONSULTANTCONDITONAL FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT WWW.OCCHD.ORG

So you enjoy Math:

Medical Assistant Busy practice needs MA with 2-3 years exp. Nephrology exp a plus. Email resumes to nephrologyokc@ yahoo.com

NUCLEAR POWER

Paid training, great salary, benefits, $ for school. Gain valued skills. No exp needed. HS grads ages 17-24. Call: 800-492-4841

Medical Billing Full-time medical biller. Billing experience required- Dermatology preferred. Send resume to hr.skinsurgeryokc@ gmail.com

Clinical Research Coordinator

Medical Receptionist Busy medical office needs friendly multitasking front desk receptionist. 3 years exp required. Email resume to nephrologyokc@yahoo.com

CNA, CMA or CMA Advanced

NURSE SUPERVISOR CHILDRENS FIRST PROGRAM (CONDITIONAL) FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT WWW.OCCHD.ORG

experience required. Send resume to 405-752-7305 or sendresumes7305@ gmail.com

At upscale retirement community. Apply at Town Village, 13000 N May. 297-9600.

DENTAL ASSISTANT Energetic, self-motivated person to work in pediatric dental office. Chairside and Dentrix exp. a plus. Medical insurance available. Apply in person, 2800 N Kelley Ave, Ste 200, Edmond. Dental Assistant and Front Desk needed. Dental experience required. Dentrix experience preferred. Please fax resume to: 737-5445. Dental Assistant Opening for an experienced Assistant in a small office in Shawnee. Wonderful work environment. Please fax resume to 405-275-1143.

NW OKC Surgical Office looking for friendly, detail oriented multi tasker for Front Office. Great benefits. Fax resume to 405-751-0009. OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR Needed for physician practice Mercy area. Must have strong personnel management skills w/exper in practice management & marketing for a physician clinic. Excellent salary + benefits. Fax resume to Medical Practice Consultants 405-840-0416

OPHTHALMIC TECH

Needed immediately for retina practice. NW OKC. Min 1 year eye exp. req. Fax resume to 945-4846.

PUBLIC HEALTH NURSE 2 (CONDITIONAL) FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT WWW.OCCHD.ORG RECEPTIONIST for cardiology practice. MISYS exp. & insurance knowledge. Good customer service & detailed oriented. M-F 8am-5pm. Exc Benefits. Fax resume 231-8884 Surgery Center of Oklahoma, busy multi specialty surgery center, has position available for: •Scrub Tech for OR •Recovery Room Nurse Experience required. FT, M-F. No weekends. Fax resume to: 475-0660 or call Marilyn, 475-0600 ’’ CERTIFIED ’’ HOME HEALTH AIDES & 24 HR LIVE-IN CAREGIVERS Caring for Seniors IMMEDIATE OPENINGS PT/FT FLEXIBLE SHIFTS To Apply Call 577-1910

Visiting Angels

Census is growing in our 48 bed facility so we are looking to fill the following position:

CMA

double wkends $300 SIGN ON BONUS Apply at the Wolfe Living Center 18501 NE 63rd St. Harrah, 405-454-1400 CMA/CNA-MAT Full time position avail, apply in person at Forest Glade Retirement Center 2500 N. Glade, Bethany or call 495-7100

Director Of Nursing RN to be Director Of Nurses DON (Norman, OK) Holiday Heights Nursing Home 301 E Dale St. Norman, OK 73069 405-321-7932 Fax 405-360-2562\ Email Resume to troy.fogle@cox.net

LPN 3-11 CNAs & CMAs

7-3 CNAs » 3-11 CMAs Gran Gran's Place Yukon, OK. 350-2311

Medical Assistant

GROUNDS LABORERS needed, full time, $7.25/hr. Must pass OSBI. Mid-Del Area. Call 732-8864 8:30-2:00. Lawn Technician Growing Edmond co. adding new lawn tech. Will train but exp a plus. Up to $14/hr. group979@ lawndoctor.com or 286-6183. MAINTENANCE Assisted Living facility in NW OKC needs a part-time maintenance person. Must have experience in heating/ AC, electrical, plumbing & general maintenance. Ideal for retired individual »» Call 495-6870 »» Porter/Maintenance LEVEL Urban Apartments •Outgoing and Self Motivated. •Extraordinary Resident Service. •Light Maintenance & Make Ready. •Refuse Compactor Management. •Light Common Area Janitorial. •Pool Maintenance. •Courtyard Landscape Maintenance. •Downtown’s Newest Community. •Great Compensation Package. •Excellent Career Opportunity. Submit Resume To info@levelokc.com or Fax (405) 216-5638

Now hiring CLEET Certified Investigators. Send resume and letter of introduction to: winstonhrdept@gmail.com PROFESSIONAL SECURITY OFFICERS Needed immed. 3 Armed and 3 Unarmed. CLEET certified Only. Excellent work sites, competitive pay. Choice full & part time work available. Day, early eves & weekends. Attn: David at 691-1116 Securitas Security now hiring for FT/PT Security Officers. Must be able to work any shift incl. wkend/holiday. Uniforms provided. Great pay/benefits. Apply online www.securitasjobs.com EOE M/F/D/V

Full time for busy Peds office. Will train. Fax resume: 631-4404

Nurses Needed 3-11 & 11-7 SHIFTS $500 sign on bonus. Competitive Wages. Apply in person at 13500 Brandon Pl, OKC.

Wellness Nurse (LPN) Apply in person at: Sommerset Assisted Living 1601 SW 119th St, OKC.

LCSW for PT counseling. Okla. City and surrounding area. Flex hrs, exc pay. Fax resume 405-842-5807. Social Service Coordinator for Adult Day Care. BA Required. Inquire at 3000 N. Rockwell or email to bw@ dailylivingcenters.org

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER MARLAND CHILDREN'S HOME (MCH) PONCA CITY, OK 74602 MCH is a residential care facility partnered with State agencies and 60 staff to provide a 24-hour home to 44 children, ages 11 - 18. Candidates should hold a Master’s Degree in a related field, minimum of three years successful management experience. Preference will be given to candidates who work with active volunteer Boards of Directors and children’s programs. A salary and benefits package to include housing will be offered commensurate with qualifications. Please see posting on JobsOK.com for full details. No phone calls, website or Facebook responses, please. Send resume to: Marland Children's Home Post Office Box 1779 Ponca City, OK 74602

237 Pepperoni Grill is now hiring fun, energetic, Host & Wait Staff. Apply at our Penn Square Mall location. Mon-Sun 2-4pm

MANAGER:

Local manufacturer seeking manager with education & at least two years experience. This is a hands on position utilizing ISO 9001, OSHA, & Lean Manufacturing. Candidate will also interact with customers in a sales/support role. EOE. Send resume to: The Oklahoman, Box #2015, P.O. Box 25125, Oklahoma City, OK 73125-0125.

Now Hiring All Positions Apply in person at Buffalo Wild Wings 5500 Tinker Diagonal Del City, OK.

CLERK POSITIONS Immediate - full time. Cash register & phones with good customer service skills. Some heavy lifting required. Schedule includes weekends. $10.00 + bonus. Apply in person, Wholesale Recreation Warehouse, 525 W. Memorial Road.

Market Research Analyst. Bachelor in Marketing 40hr/wk. Research market conditions to determine potential sales. Mail resume to Sung S. Na, YSND, LLC 3003 SE 44th St Del City OK 73135

A real fit for HONEST PERSON TO WORK AT HOME W/ BENEFITS CO. APR. $700.00 WK PT/FT 877-672-9048 ASSISTANT MANAGER FOR FAR NW OKC self storage. Perfect for retiree (EOE) Call M-F 9am-6pm 773-9876 EVENT CASHIERS/ FLAGGERS Part time. No felonies, must be 18 and able to work any days. $7.50$8.50/hr. Apply in parking garage underneath Cox Convention Center Downtown. 297-2543 Legally blind & deaf adult seeks driver/activity partner. Flexible hrs. Typing & finger spelling helpful. donpetty@cox.net Temp P/T Surveyors OCAITHB Tribal Epi Center is seeking individuals who have excellant communication skills, willing to travel in-state, work M-F + weekends and/or irregular hours to collect data for health survey. Reliable transportation and valid drivers license is required. High School Diploma OCAITHB applicaiton is located at www.ocaithb.org or mail resume to P.O. Box 5826, Edmond, OK 73083.

Activities Director FT. Responsible for scheduling and providing activities and transportation for seniors. Provides support for setting up, take down and cleaning after activities. Must be organized, a self-starter and capable of working unsupervised This position demands a person of high energy, physical ability and being able to deal with ever changing situations. Minimum of one year experience in senior living required, CDL a plus. Full paid benefits after 90 days. Must pass drug screen, OSBI and motor vehicle check. Apply in person, Saint Ann Retirement Center, 7501 W Britton Road, OKC.

Established local government contractor seeking Project Manager. Responsibilities include planning and managing all aspects of multiple projects, schedules and budgets, and communicating with subcontractors, architects and owners. Minimum 5 years PM experience, govt strongly desired. Respond in confidence with salary expectations and resume to constructjobs5@yahoo.com

MasterCuts Penn Square & Quail Springs Mall seeks motivated Stylists. Guaranteed pay, plus benefits. Apply Online at mastercutscareers. silkroad.com

Money motivated Professional Telephone Debt Collector needed for a fast-paced office. We will train the right person. Apply at 5922 SE 15th, Midwest City. For info call Barb @ 737-6831

PROGRAM ADMINISTRATORCONSUMER PROTECTION FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT WWW.OCCHD.ORG

Sales Associates We are an independently owned retail footwear business in search of an outgoing self starter willing to work 30-35 hours per week, including Saturdays. Please fax your resume to: 405-943-0304

APT MGR NEEDED FORPROPERTYINPERKINS APPLICANT MUST HAVE: Strong organizational and management skills with the ability to work independently. 40hrs/wk Hourly with Benefits. Ref: STP Fax resume: 405.376.6603 Or email: mhiebert@ wilhoitproperties.com

Buffalo Wild Wings Now Hiring Experienced Managers Email resume to: bwwjosh@yahoo.com Cafe style food service in a NW OKC office building now hiring experienced food service workers. Day, night and weekend shifts available, responsibilities include but not limited to, cooking, customer service and cash handling. Background checks and drug testing required. Interviews by appointment, call Robert at 405-749-3301 COOK/DIETARY AIDE Full time position avail, apply in person at Forest Glade Retirement Center 2500 N. Glade, Bethany or call 495-7100

COOK

At upscale retirement community. Full time & benefits. Apply at Town Village, 13000 N May. 297-9600 $$$ FAST BREAKFAST $$$ $$$ GRILL COOK $$$ Weekends a must. Off by 4pm. Full Time Sherri's Diner, 704 SW 59th, OKC. No Phone Calls Looking for servers and bartenders with open availability. Apply within Buffalo Wild Wings, 6910 SW 3rd St., OKC 405-603-4688 Pepperoni Grill Management Opportunity Are you career minded? Positive? Flexble? Willing to work hard to acheive your goals? Then join our team! We provide a great working environment along with a terrific starting salary, bonus program & benefits. Call Kim 405-209-5975

Amazing Business! Fast cash. Weekly pay. Work your schedule. Car bonus. Incentive trips. Call 405-286-9389. Best Auto BHPH

Looking for Sales and Asst. Manager

Great Pay & Benefits. No Sales exp. necessary. Call Mike at 405-631-8500 or Frank at 405-949-9911. CUSTOMER SERVICE SALES REPS Responsibilities: ¡Greeting customers ¡Explaining company benefits & procedures ¡Flexible hours ¡Day, evening & weekend shifts available. FT/PT 800-926-1452 or email mcaappointments@ gmail.com Have fun selling the bikes you love to ride! FORT THUNDER HARLEY DAVIDSON

Management Opportunity

SALES REP for Jr. & Women's Fashion Boutique & Events Center. Party prep/planning. Work w/public, internet sales, good comm. skills. Start P/T, 8hr shift, wkdays. Bring resume Tue-Fri, 10a-6p. Start Immed! 10901 NE 23 St, Bldg A, Nicoma Park.

AIRCRAFT MECHANIC positions available with local company. Full time. Good benefits. Send resume to PO BOX 23749 OKC, OK 73123. Brick / Stone Mason Min 10 yr. exper. req. work PU truck needed repair & small jobs local work 413 5400

Bridge Foreman

needed for Sherwood Construction. Must have experience with post tension, steel beam, concrete beam and haunch slab bridges. Also requires experience with bridge deck rehab and building bridges from the ground up. Knowledge of DOT specs, blueprints/plans and construction practices required. NCCCO certification preferred. Must be willing to travel and must be able to pass physical and drug screen. Benefits include 401(k), health, dental & vision ins., short term & long term disability, weekly pay, per diem, relocation assistance and company vehicle. Minorities and women encouraged to apply. EOE. Send resumes to deedeem@ sherwoodoklahoma.com or fax to 918-739-3106. CIMARRON ENERGY Sub Arc Operator 2 yrs exp; Read blueprints; Basic math skills. Maintenance Mgr 2-5 yrs exp in this capacity; Ensure maximum production output Apply online www.cimarron.com

Excellent Pay/Benefits Call Darrin, 405-793-8877 Insurance Sales Producer/ Customer Care Specialist for OKC insurance agency. 3+ years Ins. experience and P&C licensed req. Exceptional customer service, sales, and computer skills required and rewarded. Please e-mail resume to A065215@allstate.com or fax to 340-6534. SALES COUNSELOR Excellent income opportunity for mature adults. You can earn $400-$800 per week Part Time or Full Time. Retirees who need extra income are excellent candidates. Great opportunity for bilingual (Spanish/ English). Immediate openings available. Insurance license a plus but not necessary. Please call Vince Rocha at 405-691-1661. EOE

SALES

Immediate Full Time Opening for Spa & Pool Salesperson. Apply in person 525 W. Memorial (Just East of Western).

CNC Machinist/Operator Needed. Must have Mazatrol or Fanuc experience. 5 years minimum experience. Lathe experience preferred. Apply at 535 SE 82nd, from 1PM-4PM.

DIESEL MECHANICS

Fleet Services of Okla. seeking experienced Truck/Trailer Mechanics. Excellent hourly rate plus commission. Must have own tools and a clean driving record. Call

405-232-0206

or send resume to: service@fleetservices1.com Driller, Water Well Good driving record. CDL preferred. Must pass physical and drug test. Mustang. 405-376-2702. DUMP TRUCK DRIVERS NEEDED. 5 YEARS EXPERIENCE. Apply at 917 N Tulsa Ave, Okc.


HVAC Lic. Journeyman Installer & Apprentices. Exper. req'd. Great wkly pay & install bonuses. Great MVR & background check req'd. Apply at 532 N Villa Ave, OKC.

Refrigeration Company hiring Licensed Refrigeration Technician. License a MUST. Experience Preferred. 405-214-6789

HVAC Service Techs wanted. Lic req., exp a must, good MVR & drug testing required. Apply at 532 N Villa Ave, OKC.

»»»»»»»»»»»» Residential Electrical Apprentice needed for fast paced electric company. Call 405-476-0429

HVAC Techs & Installers Techs Top Pay. Based on exp. 401k,bonus,medical, holiday, vacation, sick. 405-348-9600

SAFETY COORDINATOR for OKC Gas Process Equip Mfg seeking safety coordinator to provide technical/admin support in safety/environmental programs. in Microsoft Office, Excel, & Powerpoint. E mail resume’s to: ddurbin@qbjohnson.com.

LICENSED JOURNEYMAN PLUMBER Experienced in new construction. Also need APPRENTICE HELP. Pay DOE. Call 350-0879

MASONRY LABORERS

with experience & own transportation 692-1130

On Site Job Fair

Sat, March 31st

2100 S Penn

OKC, OK 73108.

EOE

Painters/Drywall Finishers Taking applications. Must have 3+ yrs commercial exp., own transportation. Dependable, quality minded and be able to follow directions. References & 2 forms of ID. Call MonFri, 8am-4pm, 376-5226. Painters/Drywall Finishers Taking applications. Must have 3+ yrs commercial exp., own transportation. Dependable, quality minded and be able to follow directions. References & 2 forms of ID. Call MonFri, 8am-4pm, 376-5226. PLUMBER Licensed Journeyman Start immediately. Pay D.O.E. Please call 844-8766 or 375-5325. Potting Technician to run day to day operations of potting area for medical device repairs. Qualified candidate must be mechanically inclined, detail oriented, artistic & able to manage time efficiently. Position includes epoxy, urethane & silicone application as well as molding piece parts. Exc. Pay & Benefits. Fax resume to 720-7904.

Shipping & Receiving

Mfg seeking organized, detailed, responsible indiv w/ability to lift 50#s & work in fast paced environment. Responsibilities include; receiving, pulling, & shipping parts for customer orders; unloading steel pipe & plate,; keeping inventory & code records. Must have DL & good driving record for local parts runs. FAX OR EMAIL RESUME TO: QB JOHNSON FAX 405-672-2701 ddurbin@qbjohnson.com Technician Mechanic needed for local bus company. Pay based on experience. Please apply in person at 4820 SW 20th, OKC, OK, 73128. WATER DAMAGE TECH IICRC certification pref'd. Excellent pay & benefits. Apply 555 N. ANN ARBOR, Okc Wood Door Tech needed. Will train on power tools & forklift. Must have good DL. M-F, 8-5. 405-495-1350

$2000 + PER WEEK Experienced Teams or Drivers willing to Team. 3 years experience. STI 501-733-1044 Attention Flatbed Drivers $1000 SIGN ON BONUS Now hiring for Local / Regional / OTR Call 405-378-7525

CLASS A CDL COMPANY & OWNER OPERATORS Min. 3 years exp, clean MVR, must have wet kit. home every night, hauling solid waste 404-691-2250 Ext 228 call Mon-Fri 9-4

CLASS A CDL DRIVER

for local runs. Roll off experience helpful. 405-239-7144 Class A or B CDL Drivers with air brakes, good MVR/drug test, mixer drivers. An Oklahoma family owned business. 405-692-5247 or email to srm2@soonerreadymix.com

Class B CDL Drivers

needed for Roll-off & Side-load positions. Call 348-8411 or email resumes to info@rdsiok.com Driver Local delivery, M-F w/ box truck. Must have HS diploma or GED and ability to obtain DOT medical card, able to lift 100 lbs. $13.95 to start, $1 raise after 3 months, $1 raise after 1 year, ability to earn more. Benefits, 401k, etc. Apply at staples.com/jobs-search by location OKC. EOE Staples.com

Driver Manager:

Fast-paced, innovative trucking firm needs an enthusiastic, mature, self-starter with excellent communication & people skills to join our team as a Driver Manager. Must possess efficient data entry/typing skills, excellent people skills & ability to effectively manage & direct a large fleet to ensure both customer & driver satisfaction. Previous fleet management &/or dispatch experience in transportation industry preferred. Competitive salary + benefits available. Qualified candidates submit resume to: lmendenhall@freymiller.com DRIVERS CLASS A CDL Part Time Local runs out of Norman, PM start times, Class A CDL w/2yrs exp 9 1 8 - 6 1 7 -5 5 5 4. DRIVERS needed Mon.Fri. and Sunday, nights and weekends. Must pass background check, clean driving record and drug test. Call 405685-8267 ask for Bobby

ß $70,000 plus a year ß 4 or 5-day work week (12-hour days) ß Health care program ß 401K with 50% match ß Great equipment ß Uniforms ß Bonus incentives ß Sick pay ß Vacation pay ß Opportunity for advancement To apply, please call 405-512-6817 M-F, 10AM-3PM

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Growing Co. looking for a person that can handle fast paced & changing environment. Must have permitting and compliance exp. Team player. 405-670-2030 Hot Shot Driver Must Have Class A CDL, Exp. w/Rigging & Tie Down, Familiar w/OKC Metro. Full benefits pkg. Resumes to shanna@ downtownglass.com or fax 405-235-1765

OILFIELD DRIVERS/ RIG MOVING CREW D&D Equipment is looking for experienced Oilfield & OTR Drivers, Winch Truck, Stepdeck, Tandem, Gin Truck & Forklift Operators & Swampers to assist with rig down/up. Winch & Stepdeck driving positions require a Class A CDL & 3 years verifiable experience. Competitive wages, vacation, insurance compensation packages, and safety/ performance bonus. Call 405-478-1105. OTR Truck Drivers with at least 5 yrs exp. Apps. may be picked up at 8444 NE 225th, Fletcher, OK 73541. Ph: 580-365-4011 Semi Driver Full time working nights M-F. Doubles endorsement. Call 405-812-5928

OWNER FINANCING $2000 down No Credit Ck 522 E Douglas Dr. $49K ¡596-4599‘ 410-8840¡

909 SE 15th updated 3bd, 2ba, lrg cov patio $102,500 Marian Cleaton & Assoc 373-2494

336.0

PUBLIC AUCTION Thurs April 12, 2012 10am 160 Acres SW/4 Sec. 33-9-11 Caddo co Exec. Hunting Property & Stock Farm Lots of Deer Hogs www.tillmansauction.com 405-542-3837 Tillman Auction 15A, deer, turkey, 1 hr E of OKC, financing, owner/agent, 405-275-5673.

Immaculate 4/2/3, blt 2008 granite, SS appls$168,000 Realty Experts 414-8753

1N to 10A, E. of OKC, pay out dn. before 1st pmt. starts, many are M/H ready over 400 choices, lg trees, some with ponds, TERMS Milburn o/a 275-1695 paulmilburnacreages.com Real Estate Auction Okarche, OK 27 acres MOL w/ home, barns & arena. See section 342 in today's paper for more info. United Country Hendron & Assoc.

9329 SW 25th St. Westbrooke Estates Like New 4bd/3ba/3car with in-ground pool, Mustang schls Come See!!! Jackson & Assoc. 261-0128

BANK OWNED 3/1.5/2 brk new crpt, roof, tile, paint, appls, counters &cha $84.9k Realty Experts 414-8753

OPEN 2-4 4108 NW 34th St. 2/2/2 wood fire, fncd, covered patio $102,500 Bateman Co. 324-2022

Close in Noble, 10 wooded acres, well & septic 405-226-2015

Updated Brick 3/1 carport & extra prkng, roof 2011, ch/a, wood floors $84,000 Realty Experts 414-8753

PIEDMONT OPEN SUN 2-5 Model home. New hms on 1/2 ac lots. From NW Expwy & Sara Rd go 4.5 miNCleaton&Assoc373-2494

OPEN HOUSE 2-4 8416 Aspen Hills Dr. 3bed, 2ba, 1455 sq ft $122,500. 405-245-0401

Great location for Horse People! 10 ac, 5.5 mi E of I-35. Roping arena, pond, barns, 3bd/2ba home, Co 405-226-2015/590-4367. Call for Maps! See why we sell more acreages than anyone in Okla. E of OKC. o/a 275-1695 5A 18mi SW OKC 6mi S Tuttle $28,900 $900dn $264 mo Trees, K pond745-5889 10 acre family friendly horse farm in Norman. Priced right. 250-9486

Farms, Ranches For Sale, Okla. 308 Land & Home Hughes County 360 acres, 3/2 home, JD tractor with implements, ATV, UTV for sale. Abundant deer and turkey. $1250 per acre. 918.706.3740

Homes For Sale

309.9

NE Edmond, Wagon Wheel Addn 2000 Sq Ft Remodeled Home on 1.5 ac lot. New Crpt in all BR, lrg LR, Hardwood flrs, frpl & mantle, Oak Library paneling, lrg Covered Porch, 3 Car Gar, $228,900. 405-473-9661 call after 3pm, can show.

2813 SW 60 Completely remodeled 3bd 1.5ba ch/a brick home 2 living areas. Call for details!! $68,000 Fidelity410-4300, 692-1661

2.6 ac horse ready 1103 Meadowlark 4bd 3ba lrg barn/ shop $195,000 COLONY POINTE 3bd 2.5ba approx 2200' $175,000 Marian Cleaton & Assoc 373-2494

Double Your Tax Refund!! Double your money or use your land/family land for ZERO down. New & Repo Homes. $2500 Furniture package w/new purchase. Free phone app. WAC 405-631-7600 Cash 4 Clunkers!! Trade your used home in for a new home with Zero Down! Get up to $25,000 for your used home. WAC 405-631-7600 SALE By Owner, 99 Fleetwood 16x76 MH, 3 BR, 2 BA, in Granada Village MH Park, OKC. $16,000. 405-823-8606 Rent to Own: Nice 2&3bd MWC $350&up 390-9777

Real Estate Auction Thurs, April 12th, 2PM 16735 N. Evans Rd. Okarche, OK 27 acres MOL, borders nice lake, 6,000+ sf uniquely designed 2-story home. 4 bedrooms, 5 baths, shop, approx. 10,000 sf 2-story shop/barn as well as a 40x50 brick/stone constructed barn w/ stalls, a 160'x350' arena w/ chutes & turnback alley. OPEN HOUSES: Sun April 1st 2-4pm & Fri April 6th 4-6pm United Country Hendron & Associates www.unitedcountry.com /jayok Call Leroy, 918-695-0808, Joseph, 918-638-6293 or Virginia, 918-637-9143

Yukon

Commercial RE Commercial Property For Sale Four Commercial Car Washes For Sale Located in Lindsay, Pauls Valley and Davis, Oklahoma. 30 day offering. Inquire at carwash@ lindsayamerica.com for details

Business Property For Rent PRIME RETAIL LOCATION I-35 frontage, showroom, offices, warehouse 10,800sf ¡ 8801 S. I-35 Dale or Mike, 631-4447

Office Space For Rent Gorgeous 2132 sq ft Office and nice 960 sq ft office available at Castlerock Business Plaza in Mustang, OK. Call 580-243-0624 7608 N Western Ave Retail/Office space, up to 2200sf avail, 370-1077 GREAT Office Space Various NW locations 300-6000sf 946-2516

Warehouse Space For Rent Warehouse 525-6671 3410 SW 29 1080sf $390 3414 SW 29 1200sf $425 3424 SW 29 2,250sf $590 3448B SW 29 378sf $250 3530 Newcastle 4000sf $750 3514 Newcastle 1600sf $490 3518 Newcastle 1200sf $425 3520 Newcastle 1,280sf $450 3526 Newcastle 2,500sf $650 4000sf Warehouse w/ ofc, heat & air, 1600sf fncd yrd $1750mo + dep. 10901 NE 23rd St, Bldg C, Nicoma Park 630-0394

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10AM - 3PM TRINITY INDUSTRIES We are currently looking for Welders 1st and 2nd shifts (weld test will be given that day), Machine Operators & Fabricators 2nd shift, Maintenance 2nd shift. We offer a competitive wage and benefit package. Come by and see us at

QB JOHNSON 9000 S. Sunnylane Rd., OKC or e mail resume to: ddurbin@qbjohnson.com

DRIVER SALESPERSON Full time position. CDL-B required. Clean driving record. Apply in person at 6309 S. I-35 Service Road, OKC, OK

Hunting Property

$100 Off

1st Mo Rent 1&2 Bedrooms Furnished & Unfurnished NEWLY REMODELED GATED COMMUNITY

3037 North Rockwell

495-2000 $200 off

1st Mo Rent Selected Units LARGE TOWNHOMES & APARTMENTS • Washer, Dryers, pools • PC Schools, fireplaces

WILLIAMSBURG 7301 NW 23rd

787-1620 FREE RENT TIL MAY Newlyremodeled1,2&3beds, Putnam Green, 405-721-2210

1 Month Free!

2bd $575 Casady751-8088 ALL BILLS PAID $239 - 1st Mo 1 Beds Quiet, Park, Pool 293-3693 DREXEL ON THE PARK 804 NW 21st Mesta Park 2bed 1ba 1000sf $675mo $300dep dishwasher free laundry 409-7989 no sec 8 Florence 429 NW 11th Midtown Studio, Granite Counters, CHA, Free Laundry $675mo $400dep 409-7989 No sec 8 $9 APP FEE $199 FIRST MO Rent Live Large, Live Here 416-5259 TUSCANY VILLAGE 1712 N Gatewood, small 2bd garage apt, $295, water and garbage paid Fidelity410-4300, 692-1661 Oakwood Apts 5824 NW 34 1bd 1ba 800sf, $350 mo $175 dep, all electric 409-7989 no Section 8 Briargate 1718 N Indiana 1bd, 1ba, 800 sf, wood floors, all elect, $550 mo, $250dp 409-7989 no sec8 Furnished/Unfurnished Bills Paid » Wkly/Monthly Wes Chase Apts, Elk Horn Apts, Hillcrest 370-1077

MAYFAIR Great location! 1/2 bd W/D hdwd flr quiet secure ngbrhood ¡947-5665

Real Estate Auction Okarche, OK 27 acres MOL w/ home, barns & arena. See section 342 in today's paper for more info. United Country Hendron & Assoc.

Owner carry with down. Nice homes & fixers. 417-2176. www.homesofokcinc.com

I BUY & SELL HOUSES 27 YRS EXP 650-7667 HOMESOFOKCINC.COM

Minco, brick, 3/2/2, sunroom, 40'x40' barn/shop 4N a. $198K. 405-812-4392

PIEDMONT OPEN SUN 2-5 Model home. New hms on 1/2 ac lots. From NW Expwy & Sara Rd go 4.5 miNCleaton&Assoc373-2494

Lake Front Fully Furn. Cedar Lake. Summer or Winter fun! Woodburning stove, Boat, Private Dock. Updated Cabin. Less than 1hr from OKC. Pictures and info @ www.OHAIRART.com $64,500. Call 921-9203

800 N. Meridian 1bd All bills paid 946-9506

TOP LOCATION! Pd. wtr/garb. Near malls. Try Plaza East 341-4813

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» Free Rent 'til May » 1 & 2 bedrooms. Spring Tree Apartments. 405-737-8172

$99 SPECIAL Lg 1bdr, stove, refrig., clean, walk to shops. $345 mo. 632-9849 Furnished/Unfurnished Bills Paid » Wkly/Monthly Wes Chase Apts, Elk Horn Apts, Hillcrest 370-1077

Freshly Renovated 2 & 3 bed apts. Sec 8 ok. Now Acc. 1 bd vchr for 2bd. Call 475-9984 for info.

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CAVE CREEK ON ROCKWELL

REAL ESTATE FOR RENT

Quality Painter/Craftsman Must have tools and references. SW Home Rentals 4524 S May or call 314-2618

BLUE BELL ICE CREAM

OKC Veterinarian Proficiency in Emergency cases. Full-time Overnight hours. Licensed in Oklahoma. Neel Veterinary Hospital, 2700 N MacArthur Blvd, Oklahoma City, OK 73127

REAL ESTATE FOR SALE

QC INSPECTOR Machine shop needs Inspector. Must have minimum 5 years experience. Prefer someone with CMM experience. Apply at 535 SE 82nd St between 1-4 PM.

FUEL HAULERS We are a local fuel delivery company looking for professional part and full time drivers in the Oklahoma City, Wynnewood and Lawton area. Requirements are a Class A CDL with Tanker and Hazmat endorsements. You must be at least 25 years old with a clean driving record and have 2 years tractor trailer experience. 6 months experience pulling a fuel tanker preferred. Check out the following benefits you can have:

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G o v e r n a i r , a custom commercial HVAC equipment manufacturer, is looking for someone with highly developed mechanical skills and abilities for our maintenance department. Knowledge of electrical wiring, plumbing, proficiency with hand tools and familiarity with routine machinery maintenance and repair is needed. Electronics, welding or brazing skills are a plus. EOE/AA Apply in person, M-F, at 4841 N. Sewell, OKC, or via email at careers@governair.com

PUBLIC AUCTION 9104 Jennifer Place Sunday April 15 3B 11/2B Brick Home Open House 3/25 2-5pm www.tillmansauction.com 405-542-3837 TILLMAN AUCTION

$99 Move In Special!!! Lg 1 and 2 Bdr, $345 to $420 mo. 632-9849

222 Barrett 2/1/1 kit appls new carpet! $675mo No pets, No Sec 8 341-0368

Extra Clean 2bd/1ba, ctrl heat, fncd yd 556 Babb $550+ $400dep 741-0117

» Large 2 bd » 2 K ba » 1500 sf, fp, wet bar, 2 car, PC Schools » $850/mo, No Section 8. 831-8218 9004 Roxbury Terr, OKC 912 N Gardner 3bd 1.75 bath, fireplace, w/d hookup water paid $550mo »» 408-5836 2827 NW 20 1bed 1ba duplex 800sf $575/mo $375 deposit 409-7989 no sec 8, no pet, no smoking PC Schls, no sec 8, 3/2/2 1600' 6418 Galaxie Dr. Appt only $875 843-5853

3320 SW 28th B Small eff. duplex. $385mo ALL BILLS PAID 408-5836

Cottage Park

567 Walker Dr Newcastle Brand New 1 & 2 beds for active seniors 62 and above. MOVE IN BY MAR 31ST FOR ONLY $99! LIMITED AVAILABILITY (Income restrictions do apply) ''Equal Housing Opportunity'' Handicap Accessible 877-250-2332, Ext 150 3bd 2ba 2car fncd back yard 425 NE 21st Newcastle No sec 8 $1400 Maria 618-0563

Nice 3/2/2 & 1.5/2/2 No sec 8. Hollyrock Ct comm pool $875-$950mo $500 dep. Maria 618-0563 Duplexes, 3 bed, 2 bath, 2 car, some new, some gated, call Rick, 405-830-3789.

Nice, all bills pd, 1 bd, liv, stove/frig, remod, H/W floors, 1941K NW 15th, $585 + dep, 301-5979.

Bills Paid

Furnished/Unfurnished Weekly/Monthly 370-1077

Houses for rent

Nice 2bd 1ba 1c ch&a. Good location Sec 8 ok. $575mo »»» 681-4894


2 bed, appls, CH&A, No Section 8, $600. 324 E. Jarman. 830-4695

Summerfield, 4521 Dove Tree Lane, 3 bed, 2 bath, 2 car, fireplace, wood floor, new carpet, 720-7075 or 659-0441.

2bd 2ba ch&a $600mo 3bd 1ba ch&a $600mo Sec 8, 354-7413/642-3847

14421 N Penn 2/2.5 $850 6018PlumThckt4/3.5/2$1995 11729SndncMtn3/2/2 $1495 2601 NW 35 3/1/1 $675 4210Washington3/2/2$1200 6704 NW 124 3/2/2 $1095 Express Realty 844-6101 www.expressrealtyok.com KAT Properties-Apt & Homes for rent. Scan this with your phone app

3232 Brushcreek, in Quail Creek on the golf course, 3 bed, 2.5 bath, 2 car, 1 FP, $1875 mo, $1500 dep. ¡ 831-0825 7032 Stony Creek, 3/2/2 fp, fenced, NO Pets $975mo $900dep, Move in mid May TMS Prop 348-0720 3 bed, 1 bath, 1 car gar. $550mo, $500dep. (405) 220-6118, ask for Tony 3926 NW 13th 1bd 1ba house $600mo $300 dep 800sf 409-7989 no sec 8

128 SE 23rd 3bd 1ba lrg storage $495mo 408-5836

8409 Wakefield, spacious 2bd 2 full bath, 1 car garage, ch/a, walk in closets, Westmoore Schls, fridge, stove, washer, dryer $700 mo, Fidelity RE 410-4300, 692-1661 637 SW 46th nice 2bd home, well kept area, ch/a, detached garage, $550 mo. Fidelity RE 410-4300, 692-1661 Remodeled, 3bed, 1bath, Nice, $700 + deposit 340-4030 or 410-2519

Cotton Wood Ridge Condo 2bd 1.5ba 900sf Amazing must see, fireplace, ch/a, New Stove & Dishwasher, Stackable Washer/Dryer $750/month $600deposit 409-7989 No Sec 8 2029 Elmhurst nice 3bd brick home 2car garage ch/a, fresh paint $850mo Fidelity410-4300, 692-1661

Immaculate 3bed 2 ba master suite, gated, 1550sf 11024 SW 6th $1100mo. » 3bd 2ba new inside. Extra nice 310 VonElm Ave $800mo» 641-2098

Rent to Own: Nice 2&3bd MWC $350&up 390-9777

SW OKC house to share, $400 includs utilities, no smoking, 918-231-4787

Antiques, Art, Collectibles 501 As seen on KFOR's Trash or Treasures 2/22. 2 Victorian Black, w/gold stencils, fancy chairs, w/caned seats & spindle backs, used for special occassions. $125-$150ea. call 949-9615 9am-9pm 30's Furn: China hutch $350; Philco TV Cab. $100; 9-drawer bureau $150; bureau $100; brass bed w/matt $50; 9pcs crystal; 50+ misc. items 50¢-$10 405-508-0287 Antique Settee Hand-carved English; white Damask; beautiful condition. $600 285-9278

FREE DELIVERY OKC! Washer $125 Dryer $125 Refrigerators $175 Warranty & Free Del. Call 405-210-2230. Daryl's Appliance: W&D $75 & up, limited supply! 5yr warr. Refr/Stoves $125 & up, 1yr warr 405-632-8954 Washer & Dryer, matched pair, perfect $400 last chance, moving. 408-2177 BlowoutSale!All app xtra clean 1yr wnty 732-8503 stevensappliances.com Washer & Dryer, Extra Large Cap., Exc Cond. $225 »»» 248-4070 Washer, Dryer, freezer stove, $100ea Can deliver 820-8727 or 216-8318

PUBLIC AUCTION

Canton, OK FARMERS, RANCHERS, CONTRACTORS & OTHERS

Sat,March31,10am

Sale Location: 1O miles E. of Canton, OK on Hwy 51 3,000 Rnd bales, '12 Wheat/Rye hay; 2-'09 side dump rock trlrs; New '09 Clement pup rock trlr 12 yd; '08 Gehl skid ldr; '91 Cat 613C elev. scrpr; '91 Cat 416 Backhoe; JD 8300 FWA; 30' FK 6x5 sweep plow; 11-shnk Big Ox rppr; 32' Baker Diamond cut disk; 1433-28 28' SF C-flex disk; 32' JD 335 disk; 42' Baker sprngth; 48' McFarlane harr; 18-shnk no-till NH3 w/dolly; 45' Demco spryr 1,000g; Palmer 600g fuel trlr; 2,000' 2W ; 1800' 2Y pipe; 3-ATV's; '06 21' Camper; School bus; '08 F-350 King Ranch; 32' Flying W port. loading ally w/20 panels; Cattle Equip; Stock trailers; Sm tractors; Sm Equip & lots of Equip coming in daily! For Pics & Up-ToDate List go to: www.evanslandauctions.com Sellers: Farmers, Ranchers, Contractors & Others Auctioneers/Real Estate Broker/MSA Jerry Evans & Assoc. 580-886-3494/580-886-4040 www.evanslandauctions.com

FARM MACHINERY AUCTION Fri., March 30 10:00 a.m. Located from Roosevelt, OK, 10 mi W on Hwy 19, then 1/2 mi N or Rd. #2160. Case IH 385 Tractor, 4WD, only 1616 hrs.Case 2290 w/loader, only 3400 hrs-IHC 5088 Tractor -'79 GMC 2 ton truck grain bed & hoist, 19,974 miles-'03 GMC 4WD 3/4 ton flatbed, 91,000 miles-'97 Ford F-350 flatbed-600 Case IH 45 ft. Chisel w/harrows -GP3S-3000 minimum till drill-Lots of very good clean farm machinery NO JUNK. For a complete brochure contact HINZ AUCTIONEERS hinzauction.com Jimmie @ 580-774-4644 Jim @ 580-774-8467 Brandon @ 580-774-7396 Lindley Towing Auction Sat March 31, 10:30 a.m. 23750 W. Highway 66 Geary Oklahoma 1.57 Acre Industrial Yard in Hinton Oklahoma 120 West Canyon Run. New Metal Bldg., Fenced Yard, Industrial Setting North Side of Town. Plus 2 Roll Back Wreckers, 1 T. Wrecker, Race Cars, Pickups, Cars, Shop Equipment, Tools, and more. For Flyer call or log onto: Reding's Auction Service

405-262-2412 redingsauction.com

PUBLIC AUCTION OF NEARLY 900 ACRES OF OKLAHOMA MINERALS TUES., APRIL 10, 2012 @ 10:00 A.M. CORDELL, OK For Complete List Contact HINZ AUCTIONEERS hinzauction.com Jimmie - 580-774-4644 Brandon - 580-774-7396 or Jim 580-774-8467

Need 20,000 books, CDs, DVDs, records, posters, art, collections. Tulsa. Will travel. Can pick up in 24 hrs. Gardner's Used Books, largest book store in Oklahoma, 918627-7323 / 918-250-7381

¡ Laminate Flooring 2100 sf, 25 yr warranty, 95¢/sf ¡ Prefinished oak, Hardwood, 2400 sf, 30 year warranty $2/sf ¡¡ 405-632-0499 ¡¡ •Solid Brazilian Cherry• • Hardwood Flooring • (2600sf) Beautiful, never used $2.50/sf 632-0499

Sheet Metal, 3'x10', $16, Mon-Sat. 405-390-2077. SPRING SPECIAL

Oak Table & Chairs Cochrane 60X48 tbl, 2 lves 14X48, 4 chrs, exc. cond. $600. 378-3357

Desk; Triple dresser, 2 chests; & Refrig. $300-$1000 612-770-8143 Rest equip-100s -chairs, tables, refrig, grills, fryers, hoods. 417-5310. Food/Beverage Vending Machine. 3 yrs old, never used, $1500, 405-886-1643

Highest CASH paid for old coin collections silver dollars & gold 620-7375

Wall bracket for flatscreen TV, tiltable, new $35; TiVo DVR rcrdr/plyr, 80hr, 2 tuners $25 745-3692

2008 NH TN60A 4wd, 57hp tractor w/ loader, power shuttle, 2 remotes, 272 hours, exc condition.

Central New Holland OKC 495-6151 Edmond 341-7829 800-256-1638 2008 NH TN60A 4wd, 57hp tractor w/ loader, power shuttle, 2 remotes, 272 hours, exc condition.

Central New Holland OKC 495-6151 Edmond 341-7829 800-256-1638 8N Ford Tractor new tires, brakes & carb. Price includes bush hog $2400. 405-623-4328 JD2350 Cab & Air 60hp/ JD front end loader $19,500 ¡ 406-0076

9 piece Duncan Phyfe dining room set, $500. 405-751-2029 White leather couch & loveseat, ex cond. $500 920-390-0011 Antique 54'' round dining table w/6 chairs $825 »» 517-8664

Handicapped scooter $400; Electric wheelchair $400; Lift scooter/ wheelchair inside vehicle $275 »»» 488-7017 JAZZY Electric Wheelchair - Power seat, up/ down w/ hauler. $350. 405-321-8564, 326-4985 Rascal 600 power electrcic scooter with swivel chair $1400, 406-2379 Electric Wheelchair, XL, very used, $2000obo reasonable. 405-769-6493

DEERE SEASON ! 5 Premium tractors! JD320 2 LX277 42 & 48'' Cuts, 260 6spd; 318, Toro Gator, 3 others $675-$2500 641-9932

Dewalt 735 Planer 13in, 3 blades, like new, $420obo. 405-823-1915

Upright Frigidaire Freezer like new $450; GE SxS Refrigerator $400; Mirror 62x75'' $150; Wylie Comm. sprayer SER#89 $200; 20 storm doors $20ea or all $200; Misc wood&trim $150 take all 405-819-1016

Black Ornamental Fence 4’x92’’ panels, $81.00/panel; 2540 SW 29th, 634-6411. WOOD FENCE PANELS 6' tall x 8' wide, like new 40 @ $22ea. 745-3062

5ft cast iron ball & claw bath tub w/orig trim, $200 cash only. 496-6507

3-cushion sleeper sofa w/ fold-out queen bed, exc cond $250; Matching dual recliner, exc cond $175 ¡ Wall bracket for flatscreen TV, tiltable, new $35 745-3692 Like New Furniture: Loveseat/chair; Dinette set w/leaf; Queen bed/ dresser/night stand; Washer/Dryer; Need to Sell Now $750 659-0056 or 409-1241

Border Collies, ABC Reg., 2 b&w M, 6 wks, WPOP with goats, 1st shots & wormed, $200 each, Davenport 405-258-6484 Boston Terrier Puppies AKC Reg.8wks old, 2M, 1F, blk/white, 1st shots, wormed $200-250. jackiebpomo@hotmail. com 405-496-7418

Boston Terriers, ACA, 2 little muscle men-1 little man, brindle & white, 8 wks, $350 ea, 250-8269. Boston Terrier, ACA reg, M, 8mos, blk & wht, s/w/dc, $250. Bob 405-221-7476 Boxer AKC-POL-Fancy Fawn M $375 405-428-2602

Propane Tanks Rebuilt, Warranty, 500 Gal. $515, Others Available. 405-375-4189 www.blttanks.com

Complete bedrooms sets King, qn & full; '08 refrigerator, pine armoire, 2 tvs 35'' w/stand & surround sound, 27'' blt in dvd, painted med sz dresser w/claw legs, 5 night stands, 2 dinette sets, kitch & formal both cherrywood w/ padded seats, bamboo sunroom furn, offc credenza & compt desk, burgundy lthr like couch & loveseat set, reclines. Fouton, Lrg mirrors, pictures & access. All practically new. $5-$1000 405-659-6153

5x8 ut $795•12'x77 $945 16'ut $1300•18'car h$1895 J&J Trailers 405-682-2205

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Br 3bd, 1ba, CH&A, fencd ex lg lr, WH Shcls. 629 Hunters Hill $650. 789-6689

PUBLIC AUCTION FARM MACHINERY & BARN BUILDING EQUIPT. South of Cordell, OK SAT., MARCH 31 » 10A.M. Located from Cordell, OK 7 mile S on HWY 183, then 2 E & 1/4 S. Or from Rocky, OK 2 miles N on HWY 183 then 2 E & 1/4 S 9370 Case IH 4wd tractor, only 6270 hrs.-JD 4440 tractor - JD 4230 Tractor w/loader - JD 9600 combine - ‘06 Ford F-350 pickup Bobcat 763 skid steer ‘73 Chevy C-60, steel bed & hoist - ‘99 Sterling truck-trailer - lg. line of cattle equip. -farm mach. - barn bldg. supplies hay equipt. & more. This is a very large, clean auction w/lots of good equipt. Anyone interested contact HINZ AUCTIONEERS hinzauction.com hinzauction@hintonet.net Jimmie- 580-774-4644 Brandon- 580-774-7396 Jim 580-774-8467

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4 bed, 2 bath, 3 car, approx 2200 sf, $1800 mo, Call Alex, 990-0488.

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712 Scott 3/1.5/2 $895 18300 Tambor 3/2/2 $1095 18112CalleWay3/2/2 $1250 108 Kimberly 4/2/2 $1250 Express Realty 844-6101 www.expressrealtyok.com

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SEARS STEEL BUILDING 8x10 » Exc Cond. $195 obo »» 905-6220

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Kittens, K Maine Coon, 6 wks, very cute, call for info, $25 each, 602-1882 Kitty Wranglers Cat Rescue Calico-Tabby-blk-buff Spyd /neut L/S hair $40 722-9622

CHAROLAIS BULLS 1 & 2 year olds, gentle, 903-814-5008/580-657-3888

Boxer Puppies, AKC, fawn, fawn & white, brindle & white, shts/t/d, POP, $300, 405-566-9732. BOXERS AKC AKC,POP,T,D,Shots,3f, brendle ready now $300 randy/405-203-1240 BOXERS PUPPIES, AKC, 2F, fawn, $300, 405-9714900 or 391-4901. Bull Terrier, AKC, 10mo old M, neutered, crate, leash & travel trained, Baer tested, great w/ kids & cats $500 405-245-2337 Cava Pom, cute hybrid, reg., paper trnd, s/w, vet chkd, chipped, #OK89 $300. 405-820-7272 puppylovefarms.com

350 ADORABLE PETS AT FREE TO LIVE NEAR EDMOND. ALL DOGS & CATS Shts & neut $60. 282-8617 www.freetoliveok.org Airedale Puppies, AKC, reg. 8wks. POP $275 each Call 405-238-9510 or 405-444-0777 ALAPAHA BLUE BLOOD BULLDOG PUPPIES 2M ***RARE BREED*** $800-$1000 301-0618 Alaskan Malemute, AKC, CHAMPION BLOODLINE, only 3 left, s/w, $400-$500, 412-0561. ALASKAN MALAMUTE Beautiful F, AKC, $325 Cash 405-514-0047

American Bulldog, 1M left, all white, 15wks, $450. Low Price, Great bldln! 429-9028 American Bulldog/Pit Bull all white, tails docked, 8 weeks old, $200. 580-541-0539 Australian Shepherds Full size Reg AKC. 3 M & 2 F. Red Merles & 1 Tri. Good working and companion parents. $300 405-742-0545

Chihuahua, 6K weeks, UKC, female, $225 cash, 405-224-1074 Chihuahuas - Toys, 8wks CUTE, SMALL & PLAYFUL $150 Cash ¡ 519-8584

FRENCHIE PUPS- AKC, blue jean carriers, shots & wormed. 6 wks old 3/22. 1 M, 1 F Brindle $1800. 580-618-5509 Can text pics. French Puppies, AKC $900-$1200 (580)263-0379/677-1449

German Shepherd AKC Pups & Adults, Champion Heidelberg's, $850, 918-261-4729. German Shepherd AKC 7 Puppies Ready Now! $1,500-$3,000 windridgek9.com 580-450-0232

German Shepherd Pups AKC, 2M 1F, blk & silv/blk & tan, vet ck'd, s/w, 9 wks, $550. 405-433-2438

CHIHUAHUA Xtiny Teacup 5wks 5M $200 ea cash 405-414-2224

German Shepherd pups Registered. 7wks $400ea. (580) 319-8888

Cockers, 4 AKC pups, Beauties! groomed, shots, $250, 405-408-8724. Collie Puppies AKC, 7 wks 4M 3F champion bloodlines $600 580-977-8829 mason1404@sbcgloabal.net Corgi/Chihuahua mix 3 F, 1 1/2 yrs, Paper trained, POP. $35.00 Steve 609-7482 La-Chon Hybrid Cute Designer Puppies 6wks Lhasa X Bichon papers $200-250 405-760-4872

BICHON FRISE, Pure Bred, 2M, young, 1 AKC, $225-$250; 2M 1F, 8/9 weeks, $300; 214-7857.

Dachshund, Absolutely Adorable, ITTY-BITTY Visa/MC $200. 405-826-4557 Dachshund Puppies Reg., cremes & English Cremes, 1st shots, $200$300 405-238-3414.

5x8, 5x10, 6x12, w/gates; like new 16 foot tandem; $650-$1050 Cash 670-1850

Blue Heeler pups, 6 weeks old, out of working parents, s/w, $250, 580-450-1100.

DOBERMAN AKC All blk & rust, 17 M's & F's, tails & dew claws, shots up to date. $150-$350. 405-604-1095 823-0390

REWARD! RoadRunner Utility 6x14 single axle. Call 405-831-8359

Blue Pit bull pups ADBA blues,7wks old , 4m $250. 405-314-2494

English Bulldog, AKC, F pup, red & white, pick of the litter, $1500, 550-0886.

Lab AKC Puppies 7weeks old. Parents on premises! $250. 405-802-2782 or 2792 LAB AKC PUPS English, 25 Mo Health Guar, Parents OFA Cert, PuppyCam www.N40K. com Ylw males & females avail. S/W/D, POP $600 (580)-478-3966

LAB pups Mother mostly Lab. Father AKC Reg. Choc. POP. M&F Choc, blks, brindles. S/W/DC $50ea 794-4897

Chihuahuas, ACA/CKC $100-$200 okcpoms.com OK#02 405-609-9241

Cocker Mix Pups, 3F 2M 7 wks, S/W $30ea. Super Cute! ’’ 405-760-8114

LAB, AKC, White, 7 wks, Males, $600, 405-760-6638 Health Guarantee www.soonerlabs.com

German Shepherd Pups, WHITE, AKC, 8 weeks, GORGEOUS White Bundles of Fur!! $500. Call 405-824-9674

German Shepherds, AKC, solid white, 2F 4M, 9 wks, s/w $200; 2 yr Breeding F Won't last! 405-640-3030

CHINESE SHAR-PEI PUPS AKC HOUSE RAISED POP BLACK & FAWN 600 OBO call 580-347-2161 or email tlfrank@windstream.net

Lab, AKC, choc & yel, F&M, 6 wks, hlth guar, $250, 570-5768, no text.

English Mastiff Akc pop shots and wormed 12 wks apricot female $500. 405-386-2652

Chihuahuas, 7 wks EXTRA TINY TEACUPS $250 Cash ¡ 519-8584

Bassett puppies, full blood, 7 weeks, 2F, s/w, $180, 405-383-2004 or 405-408-5268.

Blue Heeler Puppies, 8 M, 5 F, s/w/t docked, working POP, $150 each, 405-822-3317

ENGLISH MASTIFF AKC Champ. pedigree, 3F, 10wks, 2 brindle 1fawn, s/w $600 ’ 405-659-5181

German Shepherd female white, 10wks old $350obo. 735-8687 German Shep, AKC, 8 wks, s/w, POP, blk & tan, $300, 275-3310, 550-9305

Labradoodles

mini/medium 25,35, & 40lbs at maturity** 2 females/1 male microchipped vet ck up S/W/DC Ready Now $950-$1250 can take credit card payment thru paypal rubyrunkennel@ yahoo.com rubyrunkennel.com 405-320-1198 Labrador Retrievers Chocolate and silver Lab pups, Guthrie, POP. $100-1000. 405-213-8280 Labs-Beautiful Rescue Surrendered by owner for medical emergency. M, 9 yrs, 3 F ages - 8, 2, & 1. Hse brkn, fixed, shots. seminolehumanesociety.com $35. 405 380-3976 or 405-220-2599

Labs AKC

German Shorthair Pointer AKC reg, 9wks, 3F, 1M, $250ea. 405-282-5324

5 black female Labrador Retrievers $300 leave message @ 580-606-0580

GOLDEN RETRIEVER PUPS AKC 3 MONTHS MALES $150 CALL OR TEXT 918-306-0255 918-306-1826

Maltese, M&F, 8-10 months, 3-4 pounds, $250-$400¡405-200-4205

GORDON SETTER PUPS 8 weeks old, Registed. Excellent hunting breed. 3F & 3M. $500 (405) 350-1141/ 760-2027 Great Dane/Bullmastiff 7wks, 3M, Super Gorgeous $100ea. 886-5285 Havanese, AKC, 2M, dob 11/9/11 $100ea; 2M 1F dob 1/24/12 $350ea 580-309-4427 HAVANESE PUPPIES Pure Bred. See & pick yours for Easter. $1,000 www.4053548518.com Jack Russell's ACA Reg. 3 Males Tri-color DOB 1-31-12 S/W shorties $260 Bob 580-330-0673 Japanese Chin, Easter is coming, will help find eggs, 3 very small M, 8 weeks, ACA, $350 each, 250-8269.

Maltese Puppies, CKC 2F, 2M $450-$600ea, Ready 4/14. Taking dep. 405-313-8355 Morkie mix males, 7 weeks old, wormed, $50, 204-0551.

Morkie Puppies

3 males Vet checked and tails docked $275 (405)808-0663 MORKIE Yorkie/Maltese F 3yo Toy spayed PRETTY! $200 cash 580-235-7812 Pit Bull Puppies 9 weeks, 2 M, 2 F, all colors, $150$250. 405-570-1725 Pit Bull Razors Edge/ Gotti line Bullies, 2 M, 13 wks, $1000ea. sire 120 lbs, out of California kennel, website: oklahomablue thunderbullies.com Pit GR CH Sire*CH Dam BLUES 1 yr Health Guar $300-$500 405-503-4143


Rottweiler AKC puppies 7wks s/w good quality $450 816-5746 356-9930 Saint Bernard Puppies Beautiful AKC Pups, 8wks S/W, POP $425 405-464-6692 Schnauzer, Toy, CKC, 4M, e/t, white, choc, 7 wks, $450-$550, 580-540-6354. SCHNAUZER AKC, TOY, SZ, CHOC PARTI, E/S/W GUAR, $500, 348-9612. Schnauzer Puppies AKC Min Born Feb17th black salt/pepper, not a breeder $300m/$350f 918-916-9571

SHIH TZU PUPS 3F 2M Tri-color, champion bloodline, 1st shots, vet checked, $300-M, $350-F. Pics online. raiders196546@gmail. com 405-239-4198 Siberian Husky Pups, AKC www.skylimitranch.com Taking deposits $500$600. 580-504-7115

YORKIE PUPPIES, AKC S/W/T/DC ‘ M $400, F $600 ‘ 580-892-3063 or 405-712-1943

Yorkie rare CKC female parti 18mnths $600 405-889-3043 Yorkies, tiny puppies s/b teacup, 2F $500, 1M $400. Mom weighs 3.75 dad 2.5. ’ 405-361-5596

Good Soybean hay 3'x3'x8', stored inside barn. $90/bale. (405) 238-6829 207-6310 cell Okla alfalfa hay or bermuda, $12 per bale, straw $4, 323-7409 or 590-5604 Wheat Hay, 4x5 round bales, NE OKC, $80 & up. 405-623-1458

Easter Bunnies Lit trnd Holland Lops, Lion Heads, Mini Rex $30-$45 ea. Hand raised 794-6836

Catalog horse sale, Stillwater, OK, May 12th. Catalog deadline May 1st. Sellers from all over the US. Call 580-2270459 or www.heartofcowboycountry.com

YORKIES, Very Small, Cute Puppies! $225-$575 Guar. ’ 918-207-6736 ’

Westies APR, 9 weeks, s/w, $350 405-742-7386

YORKIES ACA, TINY, Teddy Bear faces 1M 1F 12 wks, All s&w, M $400 F $800 ¡ 580-271-8108

Wolf-Husky Hybrid puppies 7 wks old, $350-$450, UTD on shots, dewormed CKC reg. 903-744-2833 gclarkmarietta70@ yahoo.com

10yr old Draft w/harness & covered wagon, rides ‘‘‘ $2000 ‘‘‘ (580)925-2657/320-0406

Yorkies AKC 1M 1F 6yrs small. $150/both-must stay together 405-348-9210

Action High Pro custom made roping saddle, 15.5'' seat, 3K '' cantle high horn $350 obo 373-2521

Give us a 2nd chance! Pit Bull M; Young Boxer Mix F. Neut. w/shts. Loving $50 ea. ’ 405-326-3600

OKC Small Horse Facility for lease stalls tack storage round pen, trailer parking 405-455-3591

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Operating restaurant & bar, new concept, great area, $79,900, 640-7209. Male short hair Corgi brwn/ wht/blk, near Nottingham Way & 24th. 912-4993

32' Carriage TTrailer OBO 5thW/GNeck $3500 405-933-2012

100 gas cars, 125 electrics, Beat summer pricing! Save now! 872-5671.

VIZSLA, AKC, 7wks 5F 3M $500 Great companions! S/W, Health Guarantee, Good Hunting Prospects 580-574-6075

Wolf TimberO AkitaN , 6wks, 2F 1M, gold eyes, Beautiful $125 886-5285

Guinea Pigs, Young Adults, $10 each, 392-3467/408-8724

JAN-PRO, the #1 fastest growing franchise in the world for 3yrs in a row, per Entrepreneur Magazine. Start your own business as low as $950dn 606-3300

Golf Car Center Yamaha, E-Z-GO New/Used 2622221 Okc, 866-323-2221

Electric Golf Cart (Club Car), new batteries, $3000, 405-677-1662 OK’s largest sel. of used Golf cars 800-276-0571

Boxer, older female, near SW 44th & Blackwelder, call to ID, 702-9073. Small, white Terrier Mix, found near Classen & 40th, Call to ID 615-6092. Beagle dog in Piedmont area sweet boy. call to ID 405-408-1426

PUBLIC AUCTION OF NEARLY 900AC OF OKLA. MINERALS. SEE HINZ AUCTIONEERS CLASS 5030 Buying oil & gas properties, any status, pay top $$$ 800-880-8004, 405-740-9000

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Rottweiler, AKC 6wks sire 140lbs. Will be Large $800ea. » 223-8592

Shih Tzu AKC/CKC $300-$400 okcpoms.com OK#02 405-609-9241

Yorkie Poo, tiny, paper trnd, s/w, vet chkd, chipped, $400, #OK89 405-820-7272 puppylovefarms.com

Round bales of horse quality Alfalfa, stored inside, 405-823-7861 or 405-691-1923.

1999 80'x16' Summerset twin merc 5.0, 90hrs, 3br, 2ba, 2 showers, fully furnished, stern thruster, like new, 1 owner $159,000 Contact Burk Collins, 817-268-5489, cell 817-307-1109

Found- blk/White French Bulldog F, Britton & Village Dr., 204-8792

Small male dog found near 25th Street & Santa Fe in Moore. 405-237-3324

Classic Small Motorcycle 1966 Honda S-90 (90cc), black, in very good physical/operating condition, 3500 original miles, with title, serious inquires only, drive to Lawton to see on Fr,Sa,Su,first come/first serve, call after 5PM daily, $1600. (cash) firm C:580-583-9336

2006 Suzuki C50T Blvd, saddle bags, back rest, windshield, cruise, new battery plus, 12K, runs great, $4200, 773-0300. '04 BMW R1100-S, 4,800 miles, Like New! $5500 obo Call 722-9197 '01 Yamaha V-Star 650cc blk, many extras $2750 551-0980. 580-301-9547

Fem. Yorkie/Shih-Tzu mix. I-240 & Penn area. Call Chris 366-1999 German Shepherd and Shepherd mix?, near NW 63rd & May, 923-3445.

Divorces $99. 474-2375

Small Yorkie brown & blk M green & brown leash & rabies collar w/2011 tag 580-916-1281

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1986 VW Trike, 1600 eng., standard shift, runs good, $3,500. 206-3636

Excavating, Backhoe, Tractor Work BACKHOE-BOBCAT TRACTOR, 341-5404

A True Tech precision tune up saves an avg of over $30/mo in energy cost. Get yours for 1/2 off - 562-5421, Lic#4935.

Garage Doors & Openers Sales & Service 794-1718

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Carport, Patio, Awning All Steel Carports, Patio Covers ¡ 2car carport $1695 free est 799-4026/694-6109

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On-Site PC Maintenance $40 1ST HR » $35 AFTER 405-794-0998

Working store for sale SW OKC. No inventory or gas to buy. For property with store $300,000 405-596-4808

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Steamclean $10/rm, Rpr & Restretching, 659-0999

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BETTER CUTS ST@ $17wk Mow, Edge, Weed Eat, Cleanup, 681-6764 Lawn Care ¡ Fences built & repaired ¡ 473-1700 THE WIDOW'S HELPER Mowing 570-9607 lv msg. Brshhog, boxblade, roto, $40/hr, 3hr min 227-3517 MC Twenty lawn Serv. mow/edge Miguel 702-3827 MOWING STARTING @ $17 WEEKLY. 681-6764 Lawn Care. $20 and up. »» 405-771-3088 »» Landscape/Lawns, tree trim, irri repairs. 882-2814 Comm'l/Resid. Mowing, Trimming $Save 210-3165 Rototilling, all yard work & more, 789-3062/682-6383.

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Rottweiler Pups, German, 8 weeks, sire 140 lbs +, s/w/t/dc, POP, $350, 405-570-5533.

Shih Tzu, Adorable 2m 1f 6wks S/W $200-$250 cash Tuttle. 381-2027

YORKIE babies T-toy A-1 qual babyface hlth guar gorgeous email pics $400$800 cash. 405-761-9411

Hershey Route for Sale 3 Hours a Day Mon-Fri. Earn $10K per month. $40K investment. One person per area. Call 803-327-5050.

Dog Carrier, Large, 34''x 24''Hx19'' w/ food & water dishes $40 745-3692

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Red Tick Heeler mix, sweet, active 10 month F, good with children and other dogs, had rabies shot, $35 to good home, 580-768-1868.

Shih Tzu, ACA, 2M 2F, tri color & white, $350-$400 627-0419 ok#17

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Puppies! Too cute! Shepherd mix Free to good home Call 405-323-3309 after 5

SHEPHERD Pups Full, 4 female, 3 male, great family dog, $75/each. Call 405-476-1270

YORKIE, AKC, 7 weeks, 1M, small, $300 ’ 681-8377

Bobwhite Quail Eggs, Chicks, & Adults 580-528-1222

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POODLE, AKC, Extra Tiny, Micro Teacup/Toy Puppies, 8-12 wks, potty trnd. Family pets. Adult wght 1.5-2.5lb range. Hlth guar. $700-$2000; YORKI-POO $500 (405) 830-4477 / 769-7466

Shar Pei AKC 11mo Blue F, moving must sell $500 OBO 580-239-1876 or 580-889-5962

Yorki-Maltese, (Morkie) Adorable TEENY-TINY! $495 Visa/MC 405-826-4557

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Schnauzers ACA reg. 4M s/w/t/dc $350 each cash 405-642-9984

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Landscaping J&J Landscaping, Lawn, Flower Beds, 209-7456.

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