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utsiders might perceive it as just civic pride and boosterism, but I hear it every year from both participating musicians and fans: the Norman Music Festival feels like our SXSW. The festival, now entering its fifth year, will bring over 120 bands to 19 stages throughout downtown Norman April 26-28, most of them Oklahoma-based, and this concentration of talent always offers incontrovertible evidence that our state is excelling in all musical genres. The initial buzz always centers on headliners: this year, Portugal. The Man takes the slot previously held by The Walkmen, Dirty Projectors, Of Montreal and the Polyphonic Spree, and the Alaska natives’ spacious and melodic songs from their major-label breakthrough, “In the Mountain, In the Cloud,” will sound amazing wafting down Main Street. But the Main Stage is only part of what makes NMF one of my favorite local events. Everything is represented, most of it is local, and our Oklahoma-based talent stands up alongside the imported acts. OKC Comedy is staging a superb stand-up showcase BY GEORGE LANG LOOKATOKC EDITOR featuring Randy and Jason Sklar of the GLANG@OPUBCO.COM Sklarbro Country podcast, but supporting BLOG.NEWSOK.COM/ acts on the bill, including Spencer Hicks, STATICBLOG BradChad Porter, Cameron Buchholtz and Dan Skaggs, are unequivocal all-stars of the local scene. The hip-hop showcase, featuring cover story subject Josh Sallee and headlined by Jabee, proves that Oklahoma has solid hip-hop credentials. The headlining performer on the rootsoriented Jack Daniels Stage is Austin’s Alejandro Escovedo, one of the most extraordinarily gifted singer-songwriters of the past four decades, but those who show up to see locals such as The Damn Quails and Camille Harp will see artists who have what it takes to support such a towering act. Our next issue is devoted entirely to a comprehensive guide for the Norman Music Festival, including interviews with headliners and a look at Blackwatch Studios. But we at LOOKatOKC always get a head start on things by focusing the previous issue on a local performer such as Sallee, who will play on two stages during the festival. In our minds, we’re already there.


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f your idea of fun is finding new music and spinning around in a circle hundreds of times then you’re either a vinyl record or a fan of Record Store Day. For five years, April has been home of the day dedicated to celebrating the several hundred independent record stores in the U.S. On April 21, Okie vinyl lovers will line up outside their favorite record stores hours before they open, so use this column to educate yourself about what’s in store at your record store.

THE WINTER BOYS As if Stillwater’s Other Lives wasn’t busy enough touring throughout Europe and opening for Radiohead, the band’s frontman Jesse Tabish collaborated with Tyson Meade of the Chainsaw Kittens and Derek Brown of the Flaming Lips. The trio is known as the Winter Boys, and they prepped a vinyl release. The hand-screened 7” release features two tracks recorded this winter in Stillwater. “Winter Boys Cutting a Rug” is limited to 700 copies and is only available at Guestroom Records locations. Based on the solemn band name and album cover, I’m guessing this will sound more like sleepy Other Lives B-sides as opposed to hard rocking, weird Chainsaw Kittens cuts. I have a feeling this one will be very hard to come by in the future. Make sure to line up early for this release or get ready to scour eBay. I don’t suggest the latter.

THE FLAMING LIPS Oklahoma City’s weirdo rockers not only made the strangest Record Store Day release but also the most exciting one, too. By flexing its clout in the indie music world, the Lips enlisted several artists ranging from Coldplay and Ke$ha to Biz Markie and Bon Iver to collaborate on “The Flaming Lips and Heady Fwends.” The result is 13 tracks of oddness. The high profile collaborations are just the beginning of the release. A few rare versions of this album will include the blood of the collaborators. Wayne has the donations sitting in his fridge. He’s just waiting on the right vinyl to inject it into. The limited edition is too rich for my blood but some wealthy mosquitos will surely enjoy this to its fullest potential. >>> Here’s a quick guide of a few Okie record stores participating in the celebration on April 21… Vintage Stock: 7407 N May Ave. Size Records: 8915 N Western Ave. Guestroom Records (Bricktown): 25 S Oklahoma Ave., Suite 101 Guestroom Records (OKC): 3701 N Western Ave. Guestroom Records (Norman): 125 E Main St.

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Finding the fashionable folks in OKC T H I S W EE K , LA CE Y I N T R ODUC ES YOU TO :

Jen Kubes Age: 25 Where she’s from: Edmond, OK What she’s listening to: I’ve recently gotten into Fránçois & The Atlas Mountains - a band from the UK. But I’m always going back to my favorites, Also, Metric, Ghostland Observatory, Citizen Cope, The Doors, Discovery, old MGMT, Nada Surf. Where she hangs out: I love the Paseo Arts District. You could find me there almost every weekend. I love street style, and it seems to be the best in the Paseo, everyone is very artsy and unafraid to embrace their own style. Not to mention several restaurants in the Paseo have vegan/vegetarian menus, making it one of my favorite places to eat in OKC as well. About her style: It’s always very colorful, feminine, edgy at times, innovative and fearless. The cool thing about fashion right now is anything goes. You can mix anything with anything, and that’s what I love doing. I consider my outfit a success if it doesn’t go together. Pink shirt: J.Crew. Lime green crew neck sweater: J.Crew. Peach pants: H&M. Purse: Tory Burch. Shoes: Sam Edelman. Necklace: Francesca’s. Photos by Tyler Peterson

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‘AGNOSTIC HYMNS & STONER FABLES’ – TODD SNIDER

odd Snider is at his troublemaking, buttonpushing best on “Agnostic Hymns & Stoner Fables,” as if that title didn’t announce his rabble-rousing intentions before you hear a single note. The album opener, “In the Beginning,” is the East Nashville songsmith’s version of the dawn of man, with that slightly shopworn, attitude-laden voice singing over fiddle and low-register electric guitar, “In the beginning man wondered to himself why oh why are we here ...’Til one day this one guy said to this other guy, he said / ‘Hey you see that guy over there?/ He’s got more than everybody else has got / To me, that don’t seem fair.’ / Well, the second guy agreed with the first guy / Everybody else did too. /

‘Til they all got so worked up / They figured there was somethin’ they just had to do. / Divide his things up among each other / After they killed him, of course ...” And so it goes in Snider’s world. Human nature was nasty from the git-go and it just gets worse on the harmonicaheated, country-rocking “New York Banker,” which brings us into the modern day financial crisis where “good things happen to bad people.” The down-and-dirty, twanging rural blues of “In Between Jobs” and even the deceptively mesmerizing folk-waltz twang of the album’s only cover, Jimmy Buffett’s “West Nashville Grand Ballroom Gown,” carry angry sentiments against the haves from the have-nots’ point of view. Snider’s a 21st-century protest

singer with a sharply pointed sense of humor, and he gets his point across quite effectively while underscoring his topical observations with exquisitely earthy Ameri-

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‘BLUE CHIPS’ – ACTION BRONSON/PARTY SUPPLIES

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diver Party Supplies and available as a free download, “Blue Chips” is proudly and loudly an East Coast revival album, heavily ladled with 1970s funk samples and garnished with left-field head scratchers. Bronson’s New York is a place where people scream out of windows, just like the messed-up couple in “Thug Love Story 2012,” which is built on the vocal hook from the Flamingos “I Only Have Eyes for You.” In Bronson’s world, a gangsta victory is celebrated with culinary finesse, and Party Supplies keeps the beat loose and strange, looping the Ozark Mountain Daredevils’ “Jackie Blue” under “Dreamer,” Extreme’s “Rest in Peace” on “Pouches of Tuna” and, in the piece de resistance, Frank Zappa’s “Tell Me You Love Me” on “Expensive Pens.” Most East Coast purists’ grade-A beef with Bronson is that he cops too much from Ghostface, and it’s under-

gangsta foodie whose raps feel like equal parts Ghostface Killah and Rocco DiSpirito, Action Bronson mingles ingredients from the black market and the farmer’s market, drugs and haute cuisine, serving up thug life with a raspberrybalsamic reduction. An Albanian-American former chef shaped like a kettle but boasting sexual conquests like he was Lil Wayne, Bronson can take a gritty street opera and drop in a line about “bone marrow roasted, spread it on the rosemary bread, lightly toasted, drizzled with the vinaigrette” without much stretching. This is no joke: This is Action Bronson’s “Blue Chips,” the title of which connotes high-value stocks, poker or something to slather with fire-roasted habanero puree. Produced by rising Queens, N.Y., crate

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standable: Bronson’s style is built on the Wu-Tang MVP’s foundation, and most of “Blue Chips” can fit seamlessly into a mix between “Supreme Clientele” and “Fishscale,” but while he indulges in the same kind of hardboiled stories, he’s not really poaching.

Since his first forays after he hung up the chef’s coat and picked up the mic, Bronson is much improved as a storyteller and on “Blue Chips,” he serves up crime and grime and then tops it with a rich demi-glace. — George Lang, LookatOKC Editor


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‘PROBABLE FLAWS’ – JOSH SALLEE

osh Sallee bestowed his second album with a humble title, “Probable Flaws,” but as the opening title track beautifully illustrates, the Oklahoma City-based rapper makes few mistakes on this followup to 2011’s “Return to Sender.” Producer Dante Jones cuts up Hall & Oates’ “Did It in a Minute” to create an ultrabright beat behind Sallee’s did-it-in-a-millisecond delivery, the kind of hyperkinetic rhyming that generates legends. He’s got “bigger dreams like sipping tea in Italy, specifically, in Sicily, with Miss Sallee on Christmas Eve,” and he puts it forth so effortlessly that his Sicilian holiday feels within reach. Rather than settle into a specific bandwidth in the hip-hop spectrum, Sallee moves freely through the

genre, delivering his rapid-fire verses over modern R&B beats on “Not Following” and then finding a slow-burn flow on “RIP to Regret,” a low-slung ballad built by producer Blev on a James Blake sample. This is a rapper with considerable polish to his delivery, but as his taste in sampling attests, Sallee is alternative hip-hop through and through. His fealty to the eccentric, uncompromised work of artists such as Kendrick Lamar comes through clearly on “Put Out” and the unbelievably brisk “Big Kid Bars.” “OKC to KC” quotes liberally from Beck’s “Loser,” but this is where Sallee makes salient points about coastal perceptions of his home state and the challenge of building a hip-hop foundation on red dirt soil. It’s the messiest track on “Probable Flaws” but stronger for it, because the frustration is felt all the way from

Sallee and guest rapper Joey Cool’s traded lines down to the rattling bottleneck guitar in the background. Sallee’s greatest power is strong imagery — he’s not just clocking syllables. On “Never Ever,” Sallee says

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osh Sallee woke up on Monday, March 26 and announced on Twitter it was “Probable Flaws” day, but when the fast-rising, faster-rapping Oklahoma City emcee dropped his second album in two years, no one had “a case of the Mondays.” Thanks to the buzz coming out of South By Southwest and the multiplying size of Sallee’s live shows, “Probable Flaws” rolled out with no errors, and Twitter blew up with such force that it nearly knocked Sallee out of bed. “I woke up around 10, and by 11 o’clock I was getting a hashtag ‘Probable Flaws’ every 30 seconds,” said Sallee, who will perform at 7 p.m. April 28 at the Red Room, 114 W Main during the Norman Music Festival, as well as an afterparty later that evening at The Garage, 307 E Main. The ratio of positive-to-negative online responses to “Probable Flaws” clocked at 50-to-1 in the hours after its initial upload. A flood of Tweets and strong reviews came in the wake of a SXSW showcase that also featured XV, Chevy Woods and Action Bronson, giving Sallee the chance to rock the mic in front of Wiz Khalifa and Jay-Z engineer Young Guru. It was time to think big after the SXSW surge, and according to Sallee’s manager, Gray Thomas, Sallee’s breakout success beyond the region is

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looking more probable. “Young Guru, a legend, was standing five feet away from him performing,” said Sallee’s manager, Gray Thomas. “I couldn’t think of anybody else I’d rather have standing there, except maybe L.A. Reid.” “For me, the most interesting feeling of the whole thing was being like, wow: It’s time to physically prepare, mentally prepare,” Sallee said. “Prepare yourself for success on a national scale.” The artistic leap from last year’s “Return to Sender” to “Probable Flaws” can be heard in both Sallee’s confident, mile-a-minute syllabic flow and the bright, sonically diverse production on tracks such as “Big Kid Bars” and “Not Following.” The lion’s share of the beats and production came from Sallee’s roommate, Courtney “Blev” Blevins, with contributions from Dante Jones on the Hall and Oatessampling title track and Brain Gang Blue, the Dallas-based mastermind behind tracks by independent upstarts such as Kendrick Lamar, Schoolboy Q and Mac Miller. But much of the progress can be attributed to maturity and positive head space. Sallee, who grew up playing basketball in the Tulsa suburbs and went on to study at the University of Central Oklahoma, said that despite the bright and laid-back aura of the breakout track “So Chill,” “Return to Sender” was recorded during a season of loss. He broke up with a girlfriend after four years, lost a friend to suicide and his overall confidence in his career prospects was at low ebb, even as his crowds at Kamp’s were packing the place to the ceiling and he was being invited to perform at Oklahoma City Thunder forward Kevin Durant’s home studio. “It was incredibly self-doubting at a time when we were actually experiencing success,” Thomas said. But Sallee has more confidence in his career following the “Probable Flaws” reception. The success of the SXSW showcase, held poolside at Austin’s Nice Kicks, and his reception at the Buffalo Lounge on Sixth Street, gave

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the album a considerable boost. Then came “cosigns” from fellow artists such as music biz scion/ Schwayze mastermind Cisco Adler, people who were willing to put their names on the line for a Sallee endorsement, as well as a message from Sony Music expressing interest in the 24-yearold rapper. When he received the e-mail from Sony, Sallee said that a friend compared the event to a D-1 athlete getting his first letter of intent. Sony has not yet signed Sallee, but the corporate shout-out gave the rapper bragging rights, a bargaining chip that can help him engineer long-term success in a short term-oriented business. Thomas said he and Sallee will not sign any “360 deals,” the currently in-vogue business model in which labels take percentages of recordings, tours, television opportunities and publishing. If everything goes according to plan, Sallee would sign an imprint deal with a major, giving national distribution to his current label, Pairadime, and ensuring more creative control for his future recordings. In the meantime, Sallee and Thomas are planning a summer built around coastal dates, including plans for a New York showcase to give Sony a close-up look. Before the coasts, Thomas plans to get Sallee into at least five major Midwest markets, which will prepare him for east and west coast exposure in the eyes of the labels. “If you can get five to 10 on your own, they’ll give you three to five on each coast,” Thomas said. But Sallee said he will tread carefully on his way up — he is aware of the more-than-probable flaws in the music business. “If they say, ‘sign your name in blood and put on a dress — this is your initiation,’ well, I’m going to go work on the golf course,” he said. “I don’t want to ink my life over for a few years of happiness. If this is going to happen, it’s going to happen organically.”

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‘AMERICAN REUNION’

Rating: R (Crude and sexual humor throughout, nudity, language, brief drug use and teen drinking) Running time: 1 hour, 53 minutes Starring: Jason Biggs, Alyson Hannigan, Chris Klein, Seann William Scott

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he “American Pie” series developed a cult following by serving up steamy, seamy helpings of juvenile angst, adult insecurity, sexual humiliation and outrageous potty gags, always leavened with forgiving dollops of sweet sentimentality on top. But “American Reunion,” the fourth slice in the unabashedly cringe-inducing franchise — after “American Pie 1 and 2” and “American Wedding” (plus four tepid direct-to-video spinoffs) — tips the scales perilously toward gross comic gluttony. Unfortunately, the ingredients of this “Pie” are mostly stale. Sticking to the series’ pattern of following a core group of nerdy pals from East Great Falls High School — Jim (Jason Biggs), Oz (Chris Klein), Finch (Eddie Kaye Thomas) and Kevin (Thomas Ian Nicholas) — as they make a prom-night pact to lose their virginity, as they party-hearty at a summer resort and as the sexually awkward, pie-loving Jim finally weds “band geek” Michelle (Alyson Hannigan), “American Reunion” is just what the name implies. It’s time for the gang’s high school reunion, and the

friends, family and significant others return to their picturesque Michigan burg lugging along groaning loads of adult baggage. Jim and Michelle are now parents of a rambunctious, thumb-sucking boy and the magic — read that: sex — seems to have gone out of their marriage (not to mention the fact that Jim still has a thing for Internet porn and tube socks). Oz has a cool job as host of an L.A. sports talk show and a buxom bimbo girlfriend (“30 Rock’s” Katrina Bowden), but he still carries a torch for down-to-earth Heather (Mena Suvari). Kevin, sporting a weaselly beard, is a whipped, soap-opera-loving househusband with a successful working wife and a lingering longing for boring classmate Vicky (Tara Reid). And Finch arrives on a sleek motorcycle, a mysterious world traveler whose pompous tales of adventure mask some really mundane secrets. And then, of course, there’s the snarky, rabidly obnoxious Steve Stifler (Seann William Scott), the “Stifmeister,” now stuck in a dead-end office job but still prone to those rude, crude, troublemaking antics that dominate most films in the series. Various lesser classmates show up briefly (for instance,

Natasha Lyonne’s Jessica to set up a quick lesbian joke). Jim’s sweet-natured, now widowed dad (Eugene Levy) turns up in all his nattering glory, and he’s coaxed into a naughty flirtation with Stifler’s buxom mom (Jennifer Coolidge). Biggs’ nice-guy Jim is the steady center of the wildly episodic story that tries to tie up a lot of loose strands. But Scott’s gleefully misanthropic Stifler is the swizzle stick that stirs this stringently R-rated comic cocktail. Levy, as always, provides the sweet soul that takes a little of the edge off the over-the-top raunch. Co-directors and writers Jon Hurwitz and Hayden Schlossberg are right in their comfort zone juggling this sort chaotic, episodic mishmash of a story that delivers sexually charged slapstick and raw bathroom humor with just enough heartfelt sentiment to make it palatable. And that’s probably the secret that makes the “American Pie” films — and “American Reunion” — such sure hits with fans. They may be terribly gross and raunchy, but they’re never really mean.

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‘MIRROR MIRROR’

Rating: PG (Some fantasy action and mild rude humor) Running time: 1 hour, 46 minutes Starring: Julia Roberts, Lily Collins, Armie Hammer, Nathan Lane.

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ulia Roberts chews up the scenery and spits it back out again with great brio in her first truly villainous role as the evil Queen in “Mirror Mirror.” And oh, what scenery it is. After all, this is a film from Tarsem Singh, director of such spectacular spectaculars as the trippy “The Cell” and last year’s dreary “Immortals.” Basically, the scenery IS the movie — and the costumes, of course, from the late Eiko Ishioka. They dominate every moment of this cheeky, heavily tweaked version of “Snow White,” but at least they’re a marvel to watch. They’d better be, because the dialogue and the action are, for the most part, rather dull and weirdly devoid of energy. This anachronistic, genre-hopping fairy tale — I swear, there’s a “George of the Jungle” joke at one point — comes from screenwriters Marc Klein and Jason Keller from a story by Melisa Wallack. It begins with the beautiful, innocent Snow White (Lily Col-

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lins, daughter of Phil), who’s just turned 18, trapped in her bedroom in a castle perched high on a precipitous cliff. Her father, the King (Sean Bean), set off into the woods one day long ago and is presumed dead; her stepmother, the Queen, has taken over the kingdom and tyrannically transformed a place that was once merry into a wasteland of poverty and strife. The Queen’s right-hand man is the butt-kissing Brighton (Nathan Lane), who keeps trying to tell her she’s broke, but she won’t listen. All she cares about is her status as the fairest of them all, which she reinforces by visiting a mirror housed in a thatched hut hidden dramatically in the middle of a dark, isolated lake. But fortunately, into her kingdom comes the young, gorgeous, single and (more importantly) wealthy Prince Alcott (Armie Hammer in a perfect bit of casting; he seems game to make fun of his all-American good looks). The Queen tries to woo him with a lavish ball, but the Prince only has eyes for Snow,

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whom he’d encountered briefly in the forest earlier that day when neither of them realized the other was, you know, royal. When the Queen tries to have Snow killed out of jealousy, the young beauty escapes and makes a new home with the Seven Dwarves, who get actual back stories and some of the film’s funnier lines. None of them is named Dopey or Doc, but they do give Snow a tough-girl makeover, complete with the obligatory training montage. Collins has a lovely screen presence — she’s got this young Audrey Hepburn thing going — but she lacks a certain oomph, even after her character has learned to fight and supposedly found her inner strength. Roberts rules her at every turn, even when she flashes that iconic smile in cruel fashion. She seems to be reveling in playing a role that’s such a departure; that sense of joy only sporadically finds its way to the rest of the film. — Christy Lemire, Associated Press


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‘TI G E R W OODS P G A TOU R 13’

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men Corner awaits. With the Masters tournament being held this weekend and Tiger Woods coming off his first victory in more than two years, “Tiger Woods PGA Tour 13’’ couldn’t arrive at a more opportune time. Video game golf has made some of the greatest strides of all sports titles over the years. The player customization is more detailed and the game physics truer to life than ever before. And “Tiger 13’’ (EA Sports, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, $59.99) lets you swing a club - or at least pretend to - from the comfort of your living room. The Xbox 360 version introduces Kinect-enabled swing tracking that allows the player to take a full cut with an imaginary club and see the results on the screen. The action is much like real golf: It can be sweet if things fall into line, but if you’re off by a little, you’re off by a lot. But the latest in golf game technology is not without its hiccups. Occasionally, in the middle of my backswing, my onscreen player’s club would blink around in different positions, only to return to the correct position when my hands came back down into the hitting zone. Things got a little better as I got closer to the holes - the slower motion required for short approach shots seemed to allow the Kinect sensor to monitor things a bit better and deliver a more truly tracked swing.

Then came the putting woes. Lining up putts requires a series of hand motions - but as I put my hands back together to grasp the imaginary putter, the path was nudged offline slightly. This happened over and over again, and had to continually readjust my aim. Often I just hit the darn ball and hoped I guessed right. This putting alignment mayhem made me reach for the traditional Xbox controller. The Kinect swing method is worth trying in all the different game modes, but the standard controller is quicker, easier and more accurate. As long as you’re connected to the Internet, almost everything you accomplish in “Tiger 13’’ - whether you’re playing solo or in online tournaments - earns you coins. You can use the in-game currency to buy rounds at downloadable courses or “boost pins,’’ which may gave you a few extra yards on drives or some better lies in the rough. You can also seek assistance from a caddie, who advises you on which clubs to play, what stance to use and other nuances that help shape your shots. The caddie isn’t available in every mode, but he’s handy when he’s there. Finally, it’s a blast playing the Tiger Legacy Challenge, where assume Woods’ playing persona from childhood through adult PGA Tour domination. A poignant touch comes early on when Woods’ late father, Earl, is teaching the game to toddler Tiger. The challenges range from chipping balls into a backyard pool to popping shots close to the pin from deep in the rough. Tiger Legacy gives you an insidethe-ropes feel of what it’s like to be Tiger - to be that driven. And when the fun of the Kinect controls subsides, that feeling lingers when playing the game. From The Associated Press

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‘The Show’ offers amazing MLB experience

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o video game can duplicate the drama of the end of the 2011 Major League Baseball season. You remember: The historic collapse of the Red Sox. The Rays’ late-inning recovery from a seven-run deficit on the last day of the season. The Cardinals coming back twice in game six of the World Series and eventually winning the trophy. It’s still early in the 2012 season I’m simulating on “MLB 12: The Show’’ (Sony, for the PlayStation 3, $59.99; for the Vita, $39.99), so I don’t know if I’ll see those sort of September-October heroics again. But I’ve already witnessed plenty of stirring offensive explosions, nerve-racking extrainning duels and an Opening Day, two-hit shutout by the Nationals’ Stephen Strasburg, each made all the more exciting because I was controlling them. “The Show,’’ perhaps more than any baseball video game before it, delivers the feeling that you’re in the middle of a high-pressure major league contest. Sony does a fine job recreating ballpark atmosphere, but the real trick comes from the precision and intuitiveness of its controls. You never feel like you’re wrestling with the controller just to, say, make a runner try to score from second on a single. My favorite feature remains the Road to the Show, in which you create a player from scratch and try to work your way up from AA ball. Almost as addictive is the new Diamond Dynasty, in which you build an entire

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team, mixing real and fictional players. To improve your players’ skills, you need to earn cash by competing in games against the computer or other humans online. But the most groundbreaking element of “The Show’’ is the integration between its PS3 and Vita versions. If you’re going to be away from your home console for a while, you can save your season to the “cloud,’’ then download it to your Vita from on the road. It’s a terrific feature that I hope will be added to more PS3/Vita games. While “The Show’’ continues its championship reign, “Major League Baseball 2K12’’ (2K Sports, for the Xbox 360, PS3, $59.99; Wii, $39.99; PC, $29.99; Nintendo DS, PlayStation Portable, PlayStation 2, $19.99) feels like it’s playing out the string. It’s an adequate simulation - and, if you don’t own a Sony console, it’s your only choice. The hitting and pitching mechanics are fine, but the sluggishness of the base runners and fielders is irritating. And when an infielder does catch up to a ground ball, you have to contend with a “throw meter’’ - misjudge your timing and that easy toss to first will end up in the dugout. It’s an attempt to make fielding just a bit more interactive, but it feels like one gimmick too many. The most promising addition to “2K12,’’ called MLB Today, invites you to play as your favorite team, day-by-day, as the real season unfolds. It may be just the thing to make the 2012 season bearable for disgruntled Mets or Orioles fans. From The Associated Press

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he big man wanted both to check their egos at the door. He wanted his All-Star teammates to cool it on any stat-padding and selfishness and anything else rooted in the wrong place that can work its way into a marathon season. Perkins wanted Durant and Westbrook both to sell out for the team. “We’re getting close to the end of the season, and everything is over with as far as the All-Star Game and all that other stuff,” Perkins said. “So we can just concentrate on getting better as a ballclub and taking steps to trying to reach our goal.” If you’re searching for what’s gotten into Westbrook over the past two weeks, we suggest you start with that conversation. Something about it seems to have done wonders for Westbrook. Ever since, Westbrook has shot up to special. He’s taken his already spectacular skill set to an even higher level in the blink of an eye and captained the Thunderon a six-game winning streak. Westbrook used Sunday’s 92-78 win overChicago to confirm what has been clear for weeks: he’s in the midst of the best ball of his career. “He’s grown up right in front of our eyes,” said Thunder coach Scott Brooks. Over the past six games, Westbrook has averaged 28.7 points on 50.3 percent shooting. He’s added 5.8 assists, 2.8 rebounds, 2.3 steals and just 2.5 turnovers. Beyond the raw numbers, Westbrook has demolished nearly every opponent

Oklahoma City’s Russell Westbrook, Kendrick Perkins, Kevin Durant, and James Harden pose for team photos during media day for the Thunder. Photo by BRYAN TERRY, The Oklahoman

he’s faced in the past six games, and it’s how he’s attacked his assignments that has stood out most. The winning streak started with Westbrook thoroughly outplaying Clippers guard Chris Paul. Westbrook scored just 19 points but was terrific defending the pick-and-roll and limiting Paul’s effectiveness. Two nights later, Westbrook scored a career-high 45 points in 50 minutes against Minnesota and never lost his head against the always irritating J.J. Barea. In the first game against Miami, Westbrook played through a 4-for-16 shooting night and remained sound defensively while continuing to get teammates involved offensively. Against Portland and the Lakers last

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week, Westbrook was simply unstoppable, scoring 32 and 36 points, respectively. Against the Bulls without Derrick Rose, Westbrook abused backup C.J. Watson in the post, in transition, in the pick-and-roll and from his sweet spot, the free-throw line extended elbow. His final line: a game-high 27 points on 10-of-18 shooting, three rebounds, five assists, four steals, zero turnovers and zero fouls. “To me, he’s fearless,” said Chicago coach Tom Thibodeau. “He sets the tone for them. All you have to do is look at their record. That says a lot.” To some, the record isn’t enough. While Durant seems to get the glory for all 40 of the Thunder’s wins, West-

brook seems to be viewed as the goat for the team’s 12 losses. Everything from Westbrook’s body language to his turnovers and his number of shot attempts has been criticized over the past 3 1/2 seasons. “I don’t listen to it,” said Rose, a friend and summer workout partner of Westbrook’s. “Almost the same grief that he gets I’ll probably get too by the way that we just play the game. We laugh about it. I actually care about what people say. But you can’t stop people from stating their opinions.” Rose called Westbrook a great player and said he likes how Westbrook has improved his decision-making and ability to get everyone involved while also staying aggressive. It’s exactly what Perk wanted his point guard to do. “His attitude has just been crazy, in a great way; the way that he’s been coming out and encouraging teammates,” Perkins said. “One thing I notice about him is that he’s trying to get people more involved early. “I think he’s been doing a great job. He’s been a pleasure to play with. He’s definitely the key to why we’re winning these games now the way we’re winning them.” Beaming with a smile as wide as the Bricktown Canal, Westbrook talked about how much fun he is now having. He explained that his success stems in large part to simply slowing down. And then came the best part, the scary part. “I’m still learning,” Westbrook said. “And I’m going to continue to learn and continue to get better.”

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Making Kevin Durant is putting together the best season of his NBA career. Maybe not from as a scorer, but as a rebounder, defender and better overall basketball player S T O R Y B Y D A R N E L L M AY B E R R Y, S T A F F WRITER ne is the league’s reigning MVP. The other has thrust himself into the conversation for this year’s award. And yet Derrick Rose and Kevin Loveboth have said it’s Thunder forward Kevin Durant who has to be considered the front-runner to win this year’s hardware. Twice in nine days, Durant had the perfect platform to further make his case as the Thunder took on the Miami Heat. In the first meeting between the two leading candidates, Durant dominated James in every respect while leading the Thunder to a 16-point win before a nationally televised audience. The rematch is set for a prime time telecast on ESPN2, and many believe Durant can sway more votes, if not wrap up the award altogether, with a second strong showing. “With what Kevin Durant is doing,” Love said, “I think he is just taking his team above and beyond … so I think you really have to start off that conversation with Kevin.” Durant, of course, shies away from the conversation. He has repeatedly tried to downplay the matchup and shift the attention back on the teams. But in the next breath, Durant admits the award is something he would like to add to his stable of trophies. “Why not?” Durant asked rhetorically. “Only one person gets MVP every single year. There are so many great players in this league so of course you want to win one. But it’s not my concern. I just want to come out there and keep getting better every single game.” Durant is stringing together the best season of his career. Maybe not from a statistical standpoint in terms of scoring, but Durant has taken great strides as a rebounder, defender and playmaker. “I think he’s diversified his bonds,” said Thunder guard Royal Ivey. “He’s becoming a complete player.” James, meanwhile, is a two-time winner of the Most Valuable Player Award. He’s also enjoying the most efficient season of his career. And for much of the season, James was >>> SEE STORY, CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE


the heavy favorite to win the honor for the third time in four years. But a recent rough patch, coupled with Durant’s head-turning performance in their head-to-head meeting on March 25 in Oklahoma City, has narrowed the gap. Only a handful of other players — Lakers guard Kobe Bryant, San Antonio guard Tony Parker, Thunder guard Russell Westbrook and Clippers guard Chris Paul — are even in the discussion. Durant doesn’t figure to be taken off that shortlist anytime soon. “You could probably mark the conversation down for the next decade or so,” said Thunder coach Scott Brooks. “The guy is only going to get better. I love what he’s about. He’s about winning, and if you’re one of the better players and you’re winning the way we’re winning, he’s always going to be in consideration.” Both Durant and James are discredited by some for playing alongside two other stars. James has Dwyane Wade (questionable Wednesday with a knee bruise) and Chris Bosh. Durant has Westbrook and James Harden, presumably this year’s Sixth Man of the Year in waiting. “But Kevin’s been playing amazing this year and we have a tremendous record,” Westbrook countered. “I don’t really think there’s too much anybody can say different about it.” Durant insists he will not attempt to use this second meeting with Miami to win over voters. Westbrook, though, knows how difficult it might be for Durant to avoid turning the game into a one-one-one showdown. “It can be tough, but at the same time Kevin is real humble and he’s teamfirst,” Westbrook said. For his part, Durant genuinely seems more focused on seeing his team bounce back from a lost against Memphis. Everything else, as Durant is fond of saying, will take care of itself. “We got to continue playing hard,” Durant said. “I’m looking forward to another challenge and we’ll see what happens.”


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Nick Collison

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NO. 35 I FORWARD HEIGHT: 6-9 WEIGHT: 230 AGE: 23 COLLEGE: TEXAS

Derek Fisher

James Harden

NO. 37 I GUARD HEIGHT: 6-1 WEIGHT: 210 AGE: 37 COLLEGE: UALR

NO. 13 I GUARD HEIGHT: 6-5 WEIGHT: 220 AGE: 22 COLLEGE: ASU

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Serge Ibaka

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HEIGHT: 6-10 WEIGHT: 235 AGE: 22 FROM: REP. OF CONGO

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

Kendrick Perkins NO. 5 I CENTER

HEIGHT: 6-10 WEIGHT: 280 AGE: 27 HIGH SCHOOL: OZEN HS (TX)

Reggie Jackson NO. 15 I GUARD HEIGHT: 6-3 WEIGHT: 208 AGE: 21 COLLEGE: BOSTON COLLEGE

Nazr Mohammed

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Thabo Sefolosha

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Russell Westbrook NO. 0 I GUARD HEIGHT: 6-3 WEIGHT: 187 AGE: 23 COLLEGE: UCLA


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THE CHESAPEAKE ENERGY ARENA capacity for basketball: 18,203 >>> 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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hree sisters and a veteran local chef have combined to create a farm-to-fork concept aimed at changing how Oklahomans view food in a way the whole family can enjoy. The sisters are Heather Steele, Melissa Scaramucci and Abby Clark. The chef is Ryan Parrott. The restaurant is called LOCAL, at 2262 W Main St. in the Normandy Creek Shopping Center. The 10,000-square-foot space was home to Furr’s Cafeteria for years, but no one would guess it without prior knowledge. After a short walk through a covered patio, visitors enter the lobby with its swank check-in desk. A few paces down a curved corridor is a market and gift shop to the right and Localville’s entrance on the left. Localville is an on-site child care operation with playhouses, screening room and space for infants to catch a little peace and quiet. The idea began with Melissa, who along with her husband, Todd, visited a hotel restaurant that included a children’s club. “We thought, ‘Why can’t we have one of these in Oklahoma?’” she said. When that conversation developed into a fullfledged idea, Melissa reached out first to family. Sister Abby was a third-grade teacher, and Heather has a retail management background. The sisters then reached out to longtime friend Robert Painter, Parrott’s partner at the Iguana

TOP: Chef Ryan Parrott and Melissa Scaramucci talk about Local, a new restaurant in Norman that serves locally sourced food. Kids will be fed in Localville, which also includes play houses, video and infant services. ABOVE: The 250-seat restauPhotos by STEVE SISNEY, The Oklahoman rant will offer modern cuisine with ingredients from all across Oklahoma.

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Mexican Grill, as a consultant on the project. Painter sought the help of Parrott, who decided the concept was too good to give up to another chef. “I was helping them find a chef and decided I didn’t want another chef to have the kitchen,” Parrott said. Just beyond the market and Localville junction is a bar, featuring local beer and draft wine, that is the last stop before entering the expansive dining room. LOCAL has seating for about 200. Overlooking the dining room is the open kitchen where Parrott, who developed one of the city’s top reputations with his Table One chef’s table concept and in the Deep Fork Group kitchens, oversees ingredients that are nearly 100 percent local. “The seafood obviously isn’t local,” Parrott said. “But DeLancey Miller is our fishmonger, and I have the utmost respect for his methods.” Miller’s DeLancey Street Seafood sells only fish that are in season and works with fishermen who use sustainable techniques. “Citrus fruit and a few other fruit aren’t local,” Parrott said. “But everything else is.”

FLAVORS OF OKLAHOMA LOCAL’s intention is to celebrate the flavors of Oklahoma, but the menu reaches around the globe for inspiration. “All of us love food,” Melissa said. “We all have favorites, and we wanted the menu to reflect our passion for food.” Entrees, which range from $10 to $18, include a burger, meatloaf cupcakes, chicken pho, Moroccan-style lamb, fish tacos, salmon, roasted chicken, pork belly, Bouef Bourguignon and ratatouille. Lunch also includes a Berkshire pork sandwich and Reuben sandwich. Pasta dishes include Lobster Mac and Cheese, Paparadelle with Roasted Mushrooms, Turkey Lasagna, Sweet Potato Ravioli, Ox-Tail Ravioli, a play on stroganoff and daily risotto. The Bacon and Egg Salad, which includes a flash-fried poached egg and Peach Crest Farms arugula, is a highlight from the variety of salads. The appetizer

menu is highlighted by Risotto Meatballs, which are sure to be ordered as entrees. The prosciutto-wrapped, goat cheese-stuffed dates are addictive. Both the tapenade and carrot dip offer plenty of flavor, and the BLT Deviled Eggs will doubtlessly be popular with Oklahoma palates. Parrott said if you like his current dessert list, which includes Mascarpone Apple Spice Cake and Deconstructed Black Forest Cake, to name a couple, then you should stock up, because they won’t be around long. “I wrote the dessert menu with a winter opening in mind,” Parrott said. “Spring just started, so we’re already looking at some new ideas.” Parrott said his farm-to-fork menu won’t rotate as frequently as the one at Ludivine. “The dishes are going to stay on the menu for a while, but the components will change with the seasons,” he said.

FINE FAMILY DINING The New American Cuisine is served in a family-friendly fine dining atmosphere. Floors are polished concrete, and tables aren’t adorned with linens. But glassworks and a small art gallery in the rear of the restaurant make it clear that patrons are in for a special evening. Parents who want to experience an intimate evening without finding a baby sitter can bring the kids, who order from a special menu. Children’s orders are rushed so youngsters can retire to Localville before Mom and Dad are through with their appetizers. Experiencing expertly made food made from close to a dozen Oklahoma producers is sure to move the needle on how we view dining out. The success of LOCAL could be a cornerstone in how the rest of the country views Oklahoma’s dining scene.

IF YOU GO LOCAL is open Tuesday through Sunday with plans for brunch in the near future. For more information, call 9285600 or go to http://eatatlocal.com.

Local, a new restaurant in Norman, serves locally sourced food. The 250-seat restaurant will offer modern cuisine with ingredients from all across Oklahoma. Entrees, which range from $10 to $18, include a burger, meatloaf cupcakes, chicken pho, Moroccan-style lamb, fish tacos, Bouef Bourguignon and ratatouille. Photos by STEVE SISNEY, The Oklahoman

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“A man of eighty has outlived probably three new schools of painting, two of architecture and poetry and a hundred in dress.”

And a thousand in floral fabrics, Lord Byron (to whom this quote is usually attributed) might have added, especially had he witnessed the evolution of floral fashion into modern day. Flowers have never been far from fashion. Mother Nature’s delicate works of art are woven into the very fabric of fashion throughout the ages. So it’s no surprise that catalogs showing this spring and summer’s looks are fi lled with fanciful florals. But this season, there’s a twist — brighter colors and bolder patterns. “We’re mixing up prints and colors in a way we’ve never done before,” said Cindi Shelby, owner of Ruth Meyers. Today’s florals are far from the heavy designs woven into brocade silks of the Middle Ages. They’re practically the opposite of floral tapestries with their backgrounds of quiet florals. Wallflowers? Forget about it. Today’s florals aren’t shy. They don’t whisper; they shout in shades of neon not seen since the ’80s. They’re still sweet, mind you, but with more than a touch of “Mad Men”-style sass. “The newness here would be the neon feel,” Shelby said. “They’re so bright.” Stor y cont inues on Page 2

This yellow dress by Yoana Baraschi, sold at Ruth Meyers, features a bold asymmetrical f loral print. Photo by Chris Landsberger | The Oklahoman.


This modern bohemian skirt features an almost neon floral pattern paired with a pink tank and adorable pink plastic flats. Clothing sold at Ruth Meyers. Shoes sold at Heirloom Shoe.

NEW RULE S FOR FLORAL Here are the rules for today’s florals: be bold, be bright and make them your own. “In the past, florals were more subtle,” said Heather Loyd, store manager of Talbots in Edmond. Whereas in previous seasons florals were often used as embellishments rather than as an allover statement, “Now we’re seeing them all over.” A few years ago, the big deal was to throw a floral scarf over the safe solids fashion embraced, to create a fresh look. Today’s florals don’t have to stand alone. Couture houses are swathing models in a melange of mixed (not matched) florals. Abandon the idea of “matchy-matchy,” Loyd said. It’s tres chic to combine floral patterns. Another incarnation of today’s fresh florals is flowery crop pants, if you’re daring enough to wear them. Floral crop pants are a hit this season and can speak for themselves as seen here, paired with a sleeveless white top. Clothing sold at Talbots. Shoes sold at Heirloom Shoe. Photos by Chris Landsberger, The Oklahoman.

“Even if you’re not girly-girly, it’s just fun to put a floral with a stripe and be bold about it,” Loyd said. “Different and fun.”


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NJ Stevenson’s “Fashion: A Visual History from Regency & Romance to Retro & Revolution” is a beautiful new book that takes the reader on a tour of fashion trends and the reasons for them. Stevenson explains that after World War II, as soldiers returned home and reintegrated themselves into the job market, women were encouraged to “reprise their traditional roles as homemakers.”

This season, feel free to mix prints. Here, we paired a floral silk blouse under a different patterned floral blazer. Shown with dark denim trousers, all from Talbots in Edmond.

Stevenson describes this incarnation of 1950s styles as dolllike and ultrafeminine, emphasized by sweet, innocent floral patterns. The floral day dress was a radical departure from Rosie the Riveter and the practical styles that were adopted when husbands went off to war and women took on the workplace. In 1947, Christian Dior launched his Corolle line which made him a household name. “The New Look,” as Life magazine dubbed the line, became the silhouette of the era: form-fitted bodices atop full, flowing skirts, despite American and European government balking about “wasteful” and excessive use of fabric after strict wartime rationing. Corolle, a botanical term for the opening of a flower, was an apt name for Dior’s line that featured fresh florals. Dior’s line, Vogue patterns and matching mother-daughter dresses along with Horrockses’ ready-to-wear fashions were signs of a lighter, happier postwar time — and perhaps were even a relieved nod to wartime victory gardens where people grew not flowers but their own food out of necessity.

This tropical silk top is a floral classic, modernized by pairing with bright yellow narrow-leg pants, both sold at Ruth Meyers.

Photographed at Bricktown Candy Co. Makeup by Lilly Stone, Sooo Lilly Exclusive Cosmetics.


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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.

Red Piano Lounge, 1 Park Avenue, Mark Vollertson, 5 p.m., 702-8555. UCO Jazz Lab, 100 E 5, Michael

Silvey, 7 p.m., 359-7989. (Edmond)

The Deli, 309 White, Pidgin Band

with Brother Bagman, 10 p.m., 3293534. (Norman)

Chase Tower, 100 N Broadway, Art

Moves Presents - Mitch Bell and Grant Goldstein Jazz Duo, noon

APRIL 11 - APRIL 28 “Warrior Spirits:Indigenous Arts of New Guinea”, Sam Noble

Karaoke, 9 p.m., 348-7555. (Edmond)

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

THEATER “They Promised Her the Moon,” 8 p.m., University of Oklahoma - A. Max Weitzenhoffer Theatre, 840 Asp Avenue, 405.325.4101. (Norman)

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)

SWOSU presents “Grapes of Wrath”, 7:30 p.m., SWOSU Hilltop

Oklahoma Museum of Natural History, 2401 Chautauqua, 325-4712. (Norman)

Michael Murphy’s Dueling Pianos, 25 S Oklahoma, Dueling Piano

Theatre, 100 Campus Drive, (580) 7743080. (Weatherford)

“Reconsidering the Family of Man, “The Untitled Artspace, 1 NE 3,

The Point After Club, 6800 S I 35

“A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, “ , 7:30

Bar, 7:30 p.m., 231-5397.

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)

815-9995.

Service Road, Open Blues Jam, 8:30 p.m., 778-8166.

p.m., Oklahoma City Community College, 7777 S May, 682-1611.

Ford Beckman Exhibit, JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 528-6336.

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

HAPPENINGS

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

“Masters of Design, “, University

Remington Park Racing and Casino, 1 Remington Place, Replay, 7

“Brother Versus Brother: The Cherokee Civil War Exhibit,

Red Bull Gypsy Cafe 2012, 7 p.m.,

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, Okla-

homa State Capitol Building, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-3911.

Paintings of Sue Messerly, 3 p.m.,

p.m., 424-1000.

Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W Memorial, Jason Young Band, 9 p.m., 751-1547. Red Piano Lounge, 1 Park Avenue, Matt Blagg, 5 p.m., 702-8555.

“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)

UCO Jazz Lab, 100 E 5, Miss Brown

“Reconsidering the Family of Man, “The Untitled Artspace, 1 NE 3,

To You, 8 p.m., 359-7989. (Edmond)

815-9995.

The Deli, 309 White, Camille Harp, 7

Ford Beckman Exhibit, JRB Art at

Roy Clark’s 79th Birthday Bash,

Eskimo Joe’s, 501 W Elm, (469) 5009649. (Stillwater)

Revolution Pariah, Ritual Bludgeoning, Warneck and A Dying Art, 7 p.m., The Conservatory, 8911 N Western, 879-9778. Lorrie Morgan and Pam Tillis,

p.m., 329-3534. (Norman)

the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 528-6336.

“ Turning Point: Be the one of a kind” by Lisa Lee, Paseo Art

The Deli, 309 White, The Saucy Gentlemen’s Club, 10 p.m., 329-3534. (Norman)

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

Jon Dee Graham, Freedy Johnston

“Mood and Movement,” An Exhibition and Sale of Ballet, Dancers and Portraits by Cathy Rowten, Dodson Galleries, 6420 N. Western, 840-7787. (Oklahoma City )

Myriad Botanical Gardens, 100 Myriad Gardens, Art Moves presents: Brianna Gaither, 12 p.m., 297-3995.

“Spring Show” featuring works by Jo Woolery, 50 Penn Place Art

Gallery, 2924 Paseo

Abstractions of painter Rea Baldridge and sculptor Errol Beauchamp, JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 528-6336.

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NIGHT LIFE

Brandon Jackson, 9 p.m., Wormy

Dog Saloon, 311 E Sheridan, 601-6276.

Miranda Lambert With Special Guests 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) 2664352. (Catoosa)

Carol Beesley Artwork, Okla-

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

homa State Capitol Building, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-3911.

THEATER

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

“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.

CONCERTS

Gallery, 1900 Northwest Expressway, 848-5567.

“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

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

FRI

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

Cain’s Ballroom, 423 N Main, 918.584.2306. (Tulsa)

Josh Abbott Band, 8:30 p.m.,

The Avett Brothers, 8 p.m., Brady

Theater, 105 W Brady, (918) 582-7239. (Tulsa)

Firelake Grand Casino, 777 Grand Casino Blvd., Electric Avenue, 9 p.m., 964-7263. (Shawnee) Grady’s 66 Pub, 444 W Main, Uncle Lucius, 9 p.m., 354-8789. (Yukon)

Remington Park Racing and Casino, 1 Remington Place, 80’z Enuf,

9 p.m., 424-1000.

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

UCO Jazz Lab, 100 E 5, Matt Stansberry, 8 p.m., 359-7989. (Edmond) The College Bar, 319 S Washington, John Fullbright, 8 p.m., 533-3217. (Stillwater) The Deli, 309 White, Shine - Pink Floyd Tribute, 10 p.m., 329-3534. (Norman)

NIGHT LIFE

and Susan Cowsill, 8 p.m., The Blue Door, 2805 N Mckinley, 524-0738.

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

LIVE MUSIC

THEATER

Michael Murphy’s Dueling Pianos, 25 S Oklahoma, Dueling Piano

“Sunset Boulevard,” 7:30 p.m.,

Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art,

“One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest,” 8 p.m., Civic Center Music Hall,

Bar, 7:30 p.m., 231-5397.

555 Elm, Art a la Carte, 6 p.m., 3253272. (Norman)

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

Eskimo Joe’s, 501 W Elm, Red Bull

Gypsy Cafe 2012, 7 p.m., (469) 5009649. (Stillwater)

Rhinestone Cowboy, 900 SE 59, Larry Morris, 6 p.m., 616-0288. Belle Isle Restaurant & Brewery, 1900 Northwest Expressway, Defining Times with Boyfrndz, 9 p.m., 8401911.

Nonna’s Euro-American Ristorante and Bar, 1 Mickey

p.m., Oklahoma City Community College, 7777 S May, 682-7579.

Oklahoma City Limits, 4801 S Eastern, Superfreak, 9 p.m., 619-3939.

BeThisBell with Johnny B Hood,

9 p.m., ACM@UCO, 323 E Sheridan, 974-4700.

7 p.m., River Spirit Casino Tulsa, 8330 Riverside Parkway, (918) 299-8518. (Tulsa)

Norman Depot, 200 S Jones, 3079320. (Norman )

NIGHT LIFE Cee Gee’s Club, 309 S Coltrane,

LIVE MUSIC

Mantle Drive, Derek Harris Duo, 8 p.m., 235-4410.

Wormy Dog Saloon, 311 E Sheridan, John David Kent, 8 p.m., 601-6276. The Boom, 2218 NW 39, King GuitArthur And The Druggs Show, 8 p.m., 601-7200.

University of Central Oklahoma, 100 N University Drive, 974-2000. (Edmond)

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) 7743080. (Weatherford)

“Legally Blonde, “ , 8 p.m., Pollard Theatre, 120 W Harrison, 282-2800. (Guthrie)

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EVENTS

“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.

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

HAPPENINGS 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)

“Reconsidering the Family of Man, “The Untitled Artspace, 1 NE 3,

APRIL 11 - APRIL 28 Ink Life Tattoo and Music Festival, 12 p.m., Cox Convention Center, 1

Belle Isle Restaurant & Brewery,

Abstractions of painter Rea Baldridge and sculptor Errol Beauchamp, JRB Art at the Elms,

Nonna’s Euro-American Ristorante and Bar, 1 Mickey Mantle

Myriad Gardens, 602-8500.

2810 N Walker, 528-6336.

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1900 Northwest Expressway, Avenue, 9 p.m., 840-1911.

Drive, Oxford Town, 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, Stereo Deck, 9 p.m., 6193939. Remington Park Racing and Casino, 1 Remington Place, Mack

“Legally Blonde, “ , 8 p.m., Pollard Theatre, 120 W Harrison, 282-2800. (Guthrie)

LIVE MUSIC

OKC’s Improv, 8 and 10 p.m., Ghost-

Hefner Grill, 9201 E Lake Hefner

light 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.

Redbud Classic, 7 a.m., Waterford

Blues Saloon, 2525 NW 10, Blues

Complex, NW 63 and Pennsylvania

HAPPENINGS

Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W

“Brother Versus Brother: The Cherokee Civil War Exhibit,

Memorial, Big Daddy, 9 p.m., 751-1547.

Leon Russell - 26th Annual Birthday Bash, 8 p.m., Brady The-

Red Piano Lounge, 1 Park Avenue,

“Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler (Park Hill)

UCO Jazz Lab, 100 E 5, Michael

“Warrior Spirits:Indigenous Arts of New Guinea”, Sam Noble

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, 602-8700.

815-9995.

Chance Anderson, 8 p.m., Wormy

Summers, 8 p.m., 359-7989. (Edmond)

The Deli, 309 White, The Bread and Butter Band with Gum, 10 p.m., 3293534. (Norman) Rhinestone Cowboy, 900 SE 59, Street Kings, 9 p.m., 616-0288.

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)

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Acoustic Music Night with Jesse Cahn, 8 p.m., 605-4543.

The Deli, 309 White, Mike Hosty, 9 p.m., 329-3534. (Norman)

CONCERTS

ater, 105 W Brady, (918) 582-7239. (Tulsa)

JJ’s Alley, 212 E Sheridan, Open Mic

SPORTS

Band, 9 p.m., 424-1000.

Grant Stevens, 10 p.m., 702-8555.

Parkway, Live Music at Hefner Grill, 748-6113. (Oklahoma CIty)

MON

CONCERTS Metal Alliance Tour featuring Devil Driver, 5 p.m., Cain’s Ballroom,

Revue Band Open Jam, 9 p.m., 6011165.

423 N Main, 918.584.2306. (Tulsa)

UCO Jazz Lab, 100 E 5, Clayton Rof-

Solution, Glass Cloud and The Greenery, 6:30 p.m., The Conservatory, 8911 N Western, 879-9778.

fey, 7 p.m., 359-7989. (Edmond)

Grady’s 66 Pub, 444 W Main, Sun-

IWrestledABearOnce, Molotov

day Night Revival, 7 p.m., 354-8789. (Yukon)

Sleigh Bells, 8 p.m., Diamond Ballroom, 8001 S Eastern, 677-9169.

NIGHT LIFE

LIVE MUSIC

JJ’s Alley, 212 E Sheridan, Stand Up

Midwest City Senior Center,

Comedy - Heather Payne and Friends, 6 p.m., 605-4543.

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

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

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

THEATER

The Deli, 309 White, Travis Linville, 7 p.m., 329-3534. (Norman)

Art a la Carte, 6 p.m., Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, 555 Elm, 325-3272. (Norman)

Dog Saloon, 311 E Sheridan, 601-6276.

NIGHT LIFE Loony Bin Comedy Club, 8503 N

University of Central Oklahoma, 100 N University Drive, 974-2000. (Edmond)

The Deli, 309 White, The Damn Quails, 10 p.m., 329-3534. (Norman)

Ford Beckman Exhibit, JRB Art at

Bo Bice with Amy Lee and The Second Line, 8 p.m., Sac & Fox

Casino Sports Center, 42008 Westech Rd, 275-4700. (Shawnee)

“Around the World in Eighty Days, “ 2:30 p.m., Jewel Box Theatre,

JJ’s Alley, 212 E Sheridan, Joel

THEATER

the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 528-6336.

“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, Okla-

homa State Capitol Building, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-3911.

Paintings of Sue Messerly, 3 p.m.,

Emma’s Revolution, 8 p.m., The Blue Door, 2805 N Mckinley, 524-0738. Set It Off, Zone, GKay Skully,

University of Central Oklahoma, 100 N University Drive, 974-2000. (Edmond)

Caravact, Kill The Reflection and

“Around the World in Eighty Days, “ 8 p.m., Jewel Box Theatre,

Jo Dee Messina, Yukon Fine Arts Auditorium, 850 Yukon (Yukon)

LIVE MUSIC

“ Turning Point: Be the one of a kind” by Lisa Lee, Paseo Art Gal-

Michael Murphy’s Dueling Pianos, 25 S Oklahoma, Dueling Piano

“Mood and Movement,” An Exhibition and Sale of Ballet, Dancers and Portraits by Cathy Rowten, Dodson Galleries, 6420 N. Western, 840-7787. (Oklahoma City )

“Sunset Boulevard,” 7:30 p.m.,

“One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest,” 8 p.m., Civic Center Music Hall,

Norman Depot, 200 S Jones, 3079320. (Norman )

lery, 2924 Paseo (Oklahoma City )

Rockwell, Dante, 8 p.m., 239-4242.

Moufpeic and Ronnie Harris, 9 p.m., Opolis Production LLC, 113 N Crawford (Norman)

Eyes Made Ready, 10 p.m., The Conservatory, 8911 N Western, 879-9778.

Bar, 7:30 p.m., 231-5397.

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, Patrick Winsett, 9 p.m., 778-8166.

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Ford Beckman Exhibit, JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 528-6336.

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“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.

3700 N Walker, 521-1786.

“They Promised Her the Moon,”

3 p.m., University of Oklahoma - A. Max Weitzenhoffer Theatre, 840 Asp Avenue, 405.325.4101. (Norman)

SWOSU presents “Grapes of Wrath”, 7:30 p.m., SWOSU Hilltop

201 N Walker, 297-2264.

3700 N Walker, 521-1786.

“Sunset Boulevard,” 2 p.m.,

CONCERTS

Theatre, 100 Campus Drive, (580) 7743080. (Weatherford)

Chamber Music in Oklahoma,

“Legally Blonde, “ , 2 p.m., Pollard

4 p.m., Christ The King, 8005 Dorset Drive, 842-1481.

La Dispute, Balance And Compo-

sure, All Get Out and Sainthood Reps, 6:30 p.m., The Conservatory, 8911 N Western, 879-9778.

Chelsea Grin, Atilla, For The Fallen

Michaels, 9:30 p.m., 605-4543.

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

THEATER SWOSU presents “Grapes of Wrath”, 7:30 p.m., SWOSU Hilltop

Theatre, 100 Campus Drive, (580) 7743080. (Weatherford)

SPORTS

HAPPENINGS

Redbud Classic, 1:30 p.m.,

“Brother Versus Brother: The Cherokee Civil War Exhibit,

Waterford Complex, NW 63 and Pennsylvania

Dreams, Chunk No Captain Chunk, Vanna and Volumes, 6 p.m., Eclipse Cultural House, 1336 E 6 (Tulsa)

HAPPENINGS

SWOSU presents “Grapes of Wrath”, 7:30 p.m., SWOSU Hilltop

George Ensle and Luke Dick, 8

“Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler (Park Hill)

p.m., The Blue Door, 2805 N Mckinley, 524-0738.

JJ’s Alley, 212 E Sheridan, Josh

Theatre, 120 W Harrison, 282-2800. (Guthrie)

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

Theatre, 100 Campus Drive, (580) 7743080. (Weatherford)

Wilson, 6:30 p.m., 605-4543.

“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)


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EVENTS

“Reconsidering the Family of Man, “The Untitled Artspace, 1 NE 3,

815-9995.

APRIL 11 - APRIL 28 The Deli, 309 White, Parker Millsap, 7 p.m., 329-3534. (Norman)

NIGHT LIFE

Ford Beckman Exhibit, JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 528-6336.

Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W

Memorial, DJ Big G, 6 p.m., 751-1547.

“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 )

“ Turning Point: Be the one of a kind” by Lisa Lee, Paseo Art Gal-

lery, 2924 Paseo (Oklahoma City )

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CONCERTS Blue October, Girl In A Coma and

Othello’s, 434 Buchanan, Othello’s Comedy Night, 10 p.m., 701-4900. (Norman)

THEATER SWOSU presents “Grapes of Wrath”, 7:30 p.m., SWOSU Hilltop

Comeback Kid, Close Your Eyes,

Foundation, Such Gold, Living With Lions and Tiger Lilly, 6:30 p.m., The Conservatory, 8911 N Western, 8799778.

Mastodon, Opeth and Ghost, 7 p.m., Diamond Ballroom, 8001 S Eastern, 677-9169. Parker Milsap, 9 p.m., Wormy Dog Saloon, 311 E Sheridan, 601-6276. Fowler Volkswagen Presents - Moshe Kasher with Spencer Hicks and Stan Silliman, 7:30 p.m.,

City Arts Center, 3000 General Pershing Blvd., 951-0000.

Theatre, 100 Campus Drive, (580) 7743080. (Weatherford)

LIVE MUSIC

HAPPENINGS

Hefner Grill, 9201 E Lake Hefner

“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

Parkway, Live Music at Hefner Grill, 748-6113. (Oklahoma CIty)

Firelake Grand Casino, 777 Grand

Casino Blvd., Born In November, 7 p.m., 964-7263. (Shawnee)

W Memorial, Hosty Duo, 9 p.m., 751-1547.

“Reconsidering the Family of Man, “The Untitled Artspace, 1 NE 3,

Mark Vollertson, 5 p.m., 702-8555.

Multimedia Presentation - Disney ReMix, 3:30 p.m., Fred Jones Jr.

Red Piano Lounge, 1 Park Avenue,

The Deli, 309 White, Mike Dillon, 10 p.m., 329-3534. (Norman)

Cason, 9:30 p.m., 605-4543.

Heartless Bastards, 8 p.m., Cain’s

“Masters of Design, “, University

NIGHT LIFE

p.m., Oklahoma Christian University, 2501 E Memorial, 425-1990. (Edmond)

Holy Grail, 10 p.m., Blue Note, 2408

N Robinson, 600-1166.

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.

WED

Tara Dillard, 5 p.m., 702-8555.

UCO Jazz Lab, 100 E 5, Dr David Forbat, 7:30 p.m., 359-7989. (Edmond)

lery, 2924 Paseo (Oklahoma City )

Abstractions of painter Rea Baldridge and sculptor Errol Beauchamp, JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 528-6336.

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“Warrior Spirits:Indigenous Arts of New Guinea”, Sam Noble

Oklahoma Museum of Natural History, 2401 Chautauqua, 325-4712. (Norman)

CONCERTS The Greencards, 8 p.m., The Blue Door, 2805 N Mckinley, 524-0738.

Ballroom, 423 N Main, 918.584.2306. (Tulsa)

Sugarland, 8 p.m., WinStar World

Ryan Reid, 9 p.m., Wormy Dog

“Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler (Park Hill)

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

Ford Beckman Exhibit, JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 528-6336.

Bellamy Brothers, 8 p.m., 354-8789. (Yukon)

Remington Park Racing and Casino, 1 Remington Place, Puss N’ Boots, 7 p.m., 424-1000.

UCO Jazz Lab, 100 E 5, Vocal Jazz,

Saloon, 311 E Sheridan, 601-6276.

LIVE MUSIC Michael Murphy’s Dueling Pianos, 25 S Oklahoma, Dueling Piano

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

Alpin Hong, 7 p.m., Oklahoma City Community College, 7777 S May, 682-1611.

The Deli, 309 White, Pidgin, 10 p.m., 329-3534. (Norman)

NIGHT LIFE Loony Bin Comedy Club, 8503

N Rockwell, Tracy Smith, 8 p.m., 239-4242.

THEATER “Stormy Weather: The Lena Horne Project, “ 7:30 p.m., Uni-

“One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest,” 8 p.m., Civic Center Music Hall,

Night, 9 p.m., 360-2353. (Norman)

Casino & Hotel, Exit 1, I-35, (580) 2763100. (Thackerville)

Adam Hood, 8 p.m., Wormy Dog Saloon, 311 E Sheridan, 601-6276.

War Ensemble Slayer Tribute,

Broken Flesh, Death Inquisition, Half Black Jesus and Dethrone Humanity, 8 p.m., The Conservatory, 8911 N Western, 879-9778.

“Around the World in Eighty Days, “ 8 p.m., Jewel Box Theatre,

LIVE MUSIC

“Legally Blonde, “ , 8 p.m., Pollard

Michael Murphy’s Dueling Pianos, 25 S Oklahoma, Dueling Piano

3700 N Walker, 521-1786.

Theatre, 120 W Harrison, 282-2800. (Guthrie)

“Alice In Wonderland, “7:30 p.m.,

Upstage Theatre & Performing Arts Studio, 844 W Danforth, 285-5803. (Edmond)

“Brother Versus Brother: The Cherokee Civil War Exhibit,

Othello’s, 434 Buchanan, Open Mic

Sugarland, 8 p.m., WinStar World

7th Annual 420 Show, 6 p.m., The Other Side Event Center, 6904 S Lewis, (918) 488-0100. (Tulsa)

Hefner Grill, 9201 E Lake Hefner

Service Road, Open Blues Jam, 8:30 p.m., 778-8166.

Monte Montgomery, 8 p.m., The Blue Door, 2805 N Mckinley, 524-0738.

201 N Walker, 297-2264.

HAPPENINGS

The Point After Club, 6800 S I 35

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Bar, 7:30 p.m., 231-5397.

Parkway, Live Music at Hefner Grill, 748-6113.

FRI

7 p.m., 359-7989. (Edmond)

versity of Central Oklahoma, 100 N University Drive, 974-2000. (Edmond)

Loony Bin Comedy Club, 8503

“Brother Versus Brother: The Cherokee Civil War Exhibit,

Grady’s 66 Pub, 444 W Main,

Red Piano Lounge, 1 Park Avenue, Matt Blagg, 5 p.m., 702-8555.

Casino & Hotel, Exit 1, I-35, (580) 2763100. (Thackerville)

N Rockwell, Tracy Smith, 8 p.m., 239-4242.

815-9995.

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 Gal-

“Reconsidering the Family of Man, “The Untitled Artspace, 1 NE 3,

Drive, BAT, 7 p.m., 235-4410.

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

Karaoke, 9 p.m., 348-7555. (Edmond)

HAPPENINGS

LIVE MUSIC Red Piano Lounge, 1 Park Avenue,

Cee Gee’s Club, 309 S Coltrane,

Nonna’s Euro-American Ristorante and Bar, 1 Mickey Mantle

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

Umphreys McGee, 8 p.m., Cain’s

the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 528-6336.

Angelica Pereira and Christopher Durst Winners of the 2012 Young Artist Competition, 7:30

Gallery, 1900 Northwest Expressway, 848-5567.

CONCERTS

Ford Beckman Exhibit, JRB Art at

p.m., The Blue Door, 2805 N Mckinley, 524-0738.

“Spring Show” featuring works by Jo Woolery, 50 Penn Place Art

Chase Tower, 100 N Broadway, Art Moves presents: A Shade of Blue, 12 p.m.

Justin Furstenfeld, 8 p.m., Diamond Ballroom, 8001 S Eastern, 677-9169.

Sara Watkins of Nickel Creek, 8

of Central Oklahoma, 100 N University Drive, 974-5210. (Edmond)

Museum of Art, 555 Elm, 325-3272. (Norman)

JJ’s Alley, 212 E Sheridan, Mitch

Ballroom, 423 N Main, 918.584.2306. (Tulsa)

“Masters of Design, “ University

Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701

Oklahoma Museum of Natural History, 2401 Chautauqua, 325-4712. (Norman)

815-9995.

Ford Beckman Exhibit, JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 528-6336.

“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)

Bar, 7:30 p.m., 231-5397.

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, Tyler Lee and Scattered Blue, 9 p.m., 778-8166.

Oklahoma City Limits, 4801 S Eastern, 4-20 Fest with Texas Hippie Coalition, Big Okie Doom, Lock 17, and Chronicles of Mayhem, 7:30 p.m., 619-3939. Rhinestone Cowboy, 900 SE 59, Larry Morris, 6 p.m., 616-0288.

Nonna’s Euro-American Ristorante and Bar, 1 Mickey Mantle

Drive, BAT, 8 p.m., 235-4410.

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Firelake Grand Casino, 777 Grand Casino Blvd., Annie Up, 9 p.m., 9647263. (Shawnee)

Grady’s 66 Pub, 444 W Main,

Jake Moffat Band, 9 p.m., 354-8789. (Yukon)

Remington Park Racing and Casino, 1 Remington Place, Scott Keeton, 9 p.m., 424-1000.

McSalty’s Pizza, 3000 N Portland,

Malicyde, Circadia, With Eyes Wide Shut and Silence On Sunday, 6 p.m., 943-3637.

UCO Jazz Lab, 100 E 5, AJ and Why Not, 8 p.m., 359-7989. (Edmond)

The Deli, 309 White, The Living Dead - Grateful Dead Tribute, 9 p.m., 329-3534. (Norman)

APRIL 11 - APRIL 28 “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, 528-6336.

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

THEATER “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,

CONCERTS Go Radio, There For Tomorrow,

Tonight Alive and Tyler Carter, 9 p.m., The Conservatory, 8911 N Western, 879-9778.

Larry Hernandez, 8 p.m., Lucky

Star Casino, 7777 N Highway 81, 2627612. (El Reno)

Sara Evans, 8 p.m., Hard Rock Hotel

& Casino, 777 W Cherokee, (918) 2664352. (Catoosa)

Cake, 8 p.m., Diamond Ballroom, 8001

3700 N Walker, 521-1786.

S Eastern, 677-9169.

“Sweeney Todd”, 8 p.m., Oklahoma City University, 2501 N Blackwelder, 208-5104.

Vance Gilbert, 7:30 p.m., The

“FUBAR: The Musical, Part 7,”“, 7:30 p.m., University of Central Oklahoma, 100 N University Drive, 9742000. (Edmond)

Tanya Tucker, 7 p.m., Osage Event Center, 951 W 36 N (Tulsa)

“Legally Blonde, “ , 8 p.m., Pollard Theatre, 120 W Harrison, 282-2800. (Guthrie)

“Alice In Wonderland, “7:30 p.m., Upstage Theatre & Performing Arts Studio, 844 W Danforth, 285-5803. (Edmond)

HAPPENINGS “Brother Versus Brother: The Cherokee Civil War Exhibit,

“Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler (Park Hill)

Drive, BAT, 8 p.m., 235-4410.

Wormy Dog Saloon, 311 E Sheridan, 2 Steps Back, 8 p.m., 601-6276. Downtown Sound, 115 S Crawford, John Waynes Bitches, Christophe Murdock, Tanner Miller and Brandon Pierson Duo and Elizabeth Lyon, 3 p.m. (Norman)

Church Studio, 304 S Trenton, (918) 582-0520. (Tulsa)

Caravan Of Thieves, 8 p.m., The

Blue Door, 2805 N Mckinley, 524-0738.

LIVE MUSIC Michael Murphy’s Dueling Pianos, 25 S Oklahoma, Dueling Piano

Parkway, Live Music at Hefner Grill, 748-6113. (Oklahoma CIty)

The Point After Club, 6800 S I

35 Service Road, Stinnett Brothers, 9 p.m., 778-8166.

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

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Ford Beckman Exhibit, JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 528-6336.

LIVE MUSIC

Carol Beesley Artwork, Okla-

Hefner Grill, 9201 E Lake Hefner

Parkway, Live Music at Hefner Grill, 748-6113. (Oklahoma CIty)

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)

Remington Park Racing and Casino, 1 Remington Place, Scott

Blues Saloon, 2525 NW 10, Blues Revue Band Open Jam, 9 p.m., 6011165.

Red Piano Lounge, 1 Park Avenue, Grant Stevens, 10 p.m., 702-8555.

UCO Jazz Lab, 100 E 5, Percus-

Keeton, 9 p.m., 424-1000.

man Blues Project, 8 p.m., 359-7989. (Edmond)

Rhinestone Cowboy, 900 SE 59,

Grady’s 66 Pub, 444 W Main, Sunday Night Revival, 7 p.m., 354-8789. (Yukon)

NIGHT LIFE

THEATER

JJ’s Alley, 212 E Sheridan, Stand Up

“One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest,” 8 p.m., Civic Center Music Hall, 201 N Walker, 297-2264.

homa State Capitol Building, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-3911.

“ Turning Point: Be the one of a kind” by Lisa Lee, Paseo Art Gal-

lery, 2924 Paseo (Oklahoma City )

Comedy - Heather Payne and Friends, 6 p.m., 605-4543.

Loony Bin Comedy Club, 8503

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White Denim and Hundred Visions, 9 p.m., Opolis Production LLC,

Midwest City Senior Center,

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

“Sweeney Todd”, 8 p.m., Oklahoma

“One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest,” 2 p.m., Civic Center Music Hall,

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3700 N Walker, 521-1786.

“Sweeney Todd”, 3 p.m., Oklahoma City University, 2501 N Blackwelder, 208-5104. “Legally Blonde, “ , 2 p.m., Pollard

The Deli, 309 White, The Damn Quails, 10 p.m., 329-3534. (Norman)

“Brother Versus Brother: The Cherokee Civil War Exhibit,

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

“Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler (Park Hill)

Sleepy Sun, White Hills and The

“Warrior Spirits:Indigenous Arts of New Guinea”, Sam Noble

Oklahoma Museum of Natural History, 2401 Chautauqua, 325-4712. (Norman)

The Word Alive, Secrets and Mest, 6:30 p.m., Diamond Ballroom, 8001 S Eastern, 677-9169.

Title Fight, Found In Atlases, Terrified Eyes, Viduus and Sabertooth, 6:30 p.m., The Conservatory, 8911 N Western, 879-9778.

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

Sutton Concert Series: OU Jazz Bands, 8 p.m., Catlett Music Center,

HAPPENINGS “Brother Versus Brother: The Cherokee Civil War Exhibit,

“Warrior Spirits:Indigenous Arts of New Guinea”, Sam Noble

Frankenstein Brothers featuring Buckethead and That 1 Guy,

Escape The Fate, Attack Attack,

JJ Grey and Mofro, 8 p.m., Cain’s Ballroom, 423 N Main, 918.584.2306. (Tulsa)

“Alice In Wonderland, “2 p.m.,

HAPPENINGS

Gentle Art of Floating, 8 p.m., The Conservatory, 8911 N Western, 879-9778.

p.m., 329-3534. (Norman)

“Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler (Park Hill)

CONCERTS

113 N Crawford (Norman)

Combos, 7 p.m., 359-7989. (Edmond)

Theatre, 120 W Harrison, 282-2800. (Guthrie)

Upstage Theatre & Performing Arts Studio, 844 W Danforth, 285-5803. (Edmond)

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LIVE MUSIC

The Deli, 309 White, Travis Linville, 7

“Around the World in Eighty Days, “ 2:30 p.m., Jewel Box Theatre,

TUE

CONCERTS

THEATER

“Alice In Wonderland, “7:30 p.m., Upstage Theatre & Performing Arts Studio, 844 W Danforth, 285-5803. (Edmond)

“ Turning Point: Be the one of a kind” by Lisa Lee, Paseo Art Gal-

105 W Brady, (918) 582-7239. (Tulsa)

3700 N Walker, 521-1786.

201 N Walker, 297-2264.

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

Daniel Tosh, 7 p.m., Brady Theater,

UCO Jazz Lab, 100 E 5, UCO Jazz

City University, 2501 N Blackwelder, 208-5104.

Gallery, 1900 Northwest Expressway, 848-5567.

CONCERTS

N Rockwell, Tracy Smith, 8 p.m., 239-4242.

“Around the World in Eighty Days, “ 8 p.m., Jewel Box Theatre,

“Spring Show” featuring works by Jo Woolery, 50 Penn Place Art

lery, 2924 Paseo (Oklahoma City )

sion Consort, 7:30 p.m., 359-7989. (Edmond)

Zoom City, 9 p.m., 616-0288.

Bar, 7:30 p.m., 231-5397.

Hefner Grill, 9201 E Lake Hefner

Joe Pug, 8 p.m., The Blue Door, 2805 N Mckinley, 524-0738.

Oklahoma City Limits, 4801 S Eastern, 36 Inches, 9 p.m., 619-3939.

UCO Jazz Lab, 100 E 5, Shadow-

City Rescue Mission, 800 W

California, Wayne McEvilly, 12 p.m., 232-2709.

Nonna’s Euro-American Ristorante and Bar, 1 Mickey Mantle

Oklahoma Museum of Natural History, 2401 Chautauqua, 325-4712. (Norman)

500 W Boyd, 325-4101. (Norman)

LIVE MUSIC Red Piano Lounge, 1 Park Avenue, Tara Dillard, 5 p.m., 702-8555. UCO Jazz Lab, 100 E 5, 5th Street Jazz Collective, 7:30 p.m., 359-7989. (Edmond) The Deli, 309 White, Parker Millsap, 7 p.m., 329-3534. (Norman)

“Reconsidering the Family of Man, “The Untitled Artspace, 1 NE 3,

The Deli, 309 White, Monophonics and Pidgin, 10 p.m., 329-3534. (Norman)

Ford Beckman Exhibit, JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 528-6336.

NIGHT LIFE

815-9995.

“Masters of Design, “ University

of Central Oklahoma, 100 N University Drive, 974-5210. (Edmond)

Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W Memorial, DJ Big G, 6 p.m., 751-1547.


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Othello’s, 434 Buchanan, Othello’s Comedy Night, 10 p.m., 701-4900. (Norman) Grady’s 66 Pub, 444 W Main, Girls

Night Out - Chippendales Show, 8 p.m., 354-8789. (Yukon)

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

APRIL 11 - APRIL 28 NIGHT LIFE Cee Gee’s Club, 309 S Coltrane,

Karaoke, 9 p.m., 348-7555. (Edmond)

Loony Bin Comedy Club, 8503 N Rockwell, Claude Stuart, 8 p.m., 239-4242.

SPORTS OKC Thunder vs Denver Nuggets, 7 p.m., Chesapeake Energy

Arena, 100 W Reno, 602-8700.

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

Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W

Memorial, Stars, 9 p.m., 751-1547.

Red Piano Lounge, 1 Park Avenue, Matt Blagg, 5 p.m., 702-8555. UCO Jazz Lab, 100 E 5, Edgar Cruz

and Antsy McClain, 8 p.m., 359-7989. (Edmond)

The Deli, 309 White, Camille Harp, 7

p.m., 329-3534. (Norman)

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The Deli, 309 White, Deli All-Star

Jam, 10 p.m., 329-3534. (Norman)

THEATER “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest,” 8 p.m., Civic Center Music Hall, 201 N Walker, 297-2264.

CONCERTS Samantha Rose, 9 p.m., Wormy

Dog Saloon, 311 E Sheridan, 601-6276.

Candyrat Records Showcase, 8 p.m., The Blue Door, 2805 N Mckinley, 524-0738. School Boy Humor, Theatre Breaks Loose, Alice Awaits, Dead End Alaska and Wake Up Call, 6:30 p.m., The Conservatory, 8911 N Western, 879-9778. Hornsemble and Brass Chamber Music, 8 p.m., Catlett Music Center, 500 W Boyd, 325-4101. (Norman)

Heartland Summit Jazz Concert Featuring The Dr. Lonnie Smith Trio, 9 p.m., University of Oklahoma - Oklahoma Memorial Union, 900 Asp, 325-4678. (Norman)

LIVE MUSIC Hefner Grill, 9201 E Lake Hefner

Parkway, Live Music at Hefner Grill, 748-6113. (Oklahoma CIty)

Firelake Grand Casino, 777 Grand Casino Blvd., TJ McFarland, 9 p.m., 964-7263. (Shawnee)

Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701

W Memorial, Dante and the Hawks, 9 p.m., 751-1547.

Red Piano Lounge, 1 Park Avenue,

Mark Vollertson, 5 p.m., 702-8555.

UCO Jazz Lab, 100 E 5, Joe Richard, 7 p.m., 359-7989. (Edmond)

The Deli, 309 White, Frontier Ruckus, 10 p.m., 329-3534. (Norman)

“Around the World in Eighty Days, ” 8 p.m., Jewel Box Theatre,

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

Hefner Grill, 9201 E Lake Hefner

Parkway, Live Music at Hefner Grill, 748-6113. (Oklahoma CIty)

Grady’s 66 Pub, 444 W Main,

Johnny Cooper, 10:30 p.m., 354-8789. (Yukon)

WinStar World Casino & Hotel,

Exit 1, I-35, Jill Scott, 9 p.m., (580) 2763100. (Thackerville)

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

Larry Morris, 6 p.m., 616-0288.

Nonna’s Euro-American Ristorante and Bar, 1 Mickey Mantle

3700 N Walker, 521-1786.

Drive, Jacob Becannen and Mark Vollertson, 8 p.m., 235-4410.

The Refugees, 8 p.m., The Blue

“Cinderella, ”7:30 p.m., Rose State

Oklahoma City Limits, 4801 S

Split Lip Rayfield, East Dallas Shufflers and Oh Johnny Girls, 7:30 p.m., The Conservatory, 8911 N Western, 879-9778. Borgore, 9 p.m., Cain’s Ballroom, 423 N Main, 918.584.2306. (Tulsa)

Lower 40, 9 p.m., Wormy Dog

Saloon, 311 E Sheridan, 601-6276.

Zac Brown Band, 7 p.m., Chesapeake Energy Arena, 100 W Reno, 602-8700.

College, 6420 SE 15, 733-7430. (Midwest City)

“Legally Blonde, “ , 8 p.m., Pollard Theatre, 120 W Harrison, 282-2800. (Guthrie)

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New Century Ensemble, 8 p.m., Catlett Music Center, 500 W Boyd, 325-4101. (Norman)

Norman Music Fest - Opolis Stage, Opolis Production LLC, 113 N

Crawford (Norman)

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

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, 8:30 p.m., 778-8166.

Othello’s, 434 Buchanan, Open Mic

CONCERTS “Wicked Divas,”8 p.m., Civic Center Music Hall, 201 N Walker, 842-5387.

Bachman and Turner, 7 p.m., River

Spirit Casino Tulsa, 8330 Riverside Parkway, (918) 299-8518. (Tulsa)

Shotgun Rebellion, Ugly Seed,

Happy Tuesday and Oberon, 9 p.m., The Hidden Castle, 1309 24 SW, 7010870. (Norman)

Greg Jacobs, 8 p.m., The Blue Door, 2805 N Mckinley, 524-0738. Norman Music Fest - Opolis Stage, Opolis Production LLC, 113 N

Crawford (Norman)

“Around the World in Eighty Days, “ 8 p.m., Jewel Box Theatre,

3700 N Walker, 521-1786.

“Seussical the Musical,”, 8 p.m.,

University Rupel J Jones Theatre, 563 Elm, 325-4101. (Norman)

Eastern, Voodoo, 9 p.m., 619-3939.

“Legally Blonde, “ , 8 p.m., Pollard Theatre, 120 W Harrison, 282-2800. (Guthrie)

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Morbid Corruptor, Aureat, Beyond Our Skies and Embtyo, 6 p.m., 943-3637.

Decibel Magazine Tour Presents - Cannibal Corpse,

p.m., 329-3534. (Norman)

Door, 2805 N Mckinley, 524-0738.

The Office Drinks and Nosh,

Larry the Cable Guy, 4 p.m., 8

THEATER “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest,” 8 p.m., Civic Center Music Hall, 201 N Walker, 297-2264.

Oklahoma City Limits, 4801 S Eastern, Jack Rowdy, 9 p.m., 6193939. Grady’s 66 Pub, 444 W Main, Hellcat Susie, 9 p.m., 354-8789. (Yukon)

Remington Park Racing and Casino, 1 Remington Place, Shock, 9

Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W Memorial, 2AM, 9 p.m., 751-1547. Red Piano Lounge, 1 Park Avenue, Grant Stevens, 10 p.m., 702-8555.

The Point After Club, 6800 S

105 W Brady, (918) 582-7239. (Tulsa)

Red Dirt Rangers, 8 p.m., The Blue

1900 Northwest Expressway, Eric Himan, 9 p.m., 840-1911.

Mantle Drive, Stephen Speaks, 8 p.m., 235-4410.

Trace Adkins, 8 p.m., Brady Theater,

The Deli, 309 White, Hosty Duo, 10

Belle Isle Restaurant & Brewery,

Nonna’s Euro-American Ristorante and Bar, 1 Mickey

UCO Jazz Lab, 100 E 5, Steve Tyrell, 8 p.m., 359-7989. (Edmond)

and Jazz Company, 8 p.m., 359-7989. (Edmond)

5929 N May, Suite 101, Project X Music Showcase with Slanga and Breezy Burns, Zone, The Greatz, Joey Stone and Southernaire, 8 p.m., 778-8882.

Parkway, Live Music at Hefner Grill, 748-6113. (Oklahoma CIty)

Denver, (918) 894-4200. (Tulsa)

Behemoth, Exhumed, Arkaik and more, 4 p.m., Diamond Ballroom, 8001 S Eastern, 677-9169.

UCO Jazz Lab, 100 E 5, Brian Gorrell

Bar, 7:30 p.m., 231-5397.

p.m., 424-1000.

Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701

McSalty’s Pizza, 3000 N Portland,

LIVE MUSIC

Hefner Grill, 9201 E Lake Hefner

University of Central Oklahoma, 100 N University Drive, 974-5512. (Edmond)

Music Hall, 201 N Walker, 842-5387.

W Memorial, Jetset Kings, 9 p.m., 751-1547.

Crawford (Norman)

One-Act Festival, 7:30 p.m.,

Remington Park Racing and Casino, 1 Remington Place, Bruce Benson, 9 p.m., 424-1000.

Norman Music Fest - Opolis Stage, Opolis Production LLC, 113 N

Michael Murphy’s Dueling Pianos, 25 S Oklahoma, Dueling Piano

Firelake Grand Casino, 777 Grand Casino Blvd., Banana Seat, 9 p.m., 964-7263. (Shawnee)

Buckcherry, James Durbin and Red Light King, 8 p.m., Lucky Star Casino, 7777 N Highway 81, 262-7612. (El Reno)

“Cinderella, ““7:30 p.m., Rose State College, 6420 SE 15, 733-7430. (Midwest City)

Rhinestone Cowboy, 900 SE 59,

CONCERTS Door, 2805 N Mckinley, 524-0738.

“Wicked Divas,”8 p.m., Civic Center Music Hall, 201 N Walker, 842-5387.

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

Steppenwolf and The Animals, 8 p.m., WinStar World Casino & Hotel, Exit 1, I-35, (580) 276-3100. (Thackerville)

Country Music Show with Terry Smith, 8 p.m., Plumb Theatre, 5 & 1/2

miles east of Eufaula, OK on State Hwy 9., 918.452.2020. (Eufaula)

I 35 Service Road, NicNos, 9 p.m., 778-8166.

The Deli, 309 White, Captain Comfy, 10 p.m., 329-3534. (Norman) Rhinestone Cowboy, 900 SE 59, Riders Ford, 9 p.m., 616-0288.

Belle Isle Restaurant & Brewery, 1900 Northwest Expressway, The Pretty Black Chains, 9 p.m., 840-1911.

Theater “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest,” 8 p.m., Civic Center Music Hall, 201 N Walker, 297-2264.

“Wicked Divas,” 8 p.m., Civic Center Music Hall, 201 N Walker, 842-5387.

“Around the World in Eighty Days, ” 8 p.m., Jewel Box Theatre,

3700 N Walker, 521-1786.

Night, 9 p.m., 360-2353. (Norman)

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Classic Car Restoration Free transport available. Yesteryear 918-605-6070 '08 Mustang Convertible 281-3V Saleen auto, dark blue w/ black top, charcoal interior, 5.783 miles. Carfax. $33,000 ¡ 580-243-8870

1991 Ford Crown Victoria 115K V8 runs perfect, new alternator & tires, cast alum wheels, body/paint/interior excellent, perfect student/work car $2800, rgsmith88@rocketmail.com Red '89 XJS V-12 JAG, 30K orig miles, $15,000 obo » » 405-245-6464 '88 Corvette convertible, 350 auto, silver w/black top, gray leather, 33K miles, Carfax, $12,000 580-243-8870

'2006 Jaguar XJ8L Jaguar Select warranty thru Sept. 2012, 58Kmi. Brittish Green. $16,500 834-6638

2009 Pontiac G6 4Dr, Hardtop, 2.4 Liter, automatic, White ext, Charole int, cloth, good cond, 50K mi, A/C, drv air bag, pass air bag, rear air bag, side air bag, alum whls, AM/FM stereo, ABS, CD, cruise, keyless entry, Onstar, PL, pwr mirrors, pwr seats, PS, PW, satellite radio, alarm, tilt, traction control, trip odometer, Zippy & Fuel Efficient, highly bolstered body-hugging seats, racing style gauges, remote start, brand new Uniroyal tires, very clean. It will go fast! $11,500. Holly Frantz Norman OK 73072 call or text 405-863-4461 1998 Grand Am, 2 door, V6, auto, a/c, $1800, call after 4PM, 686-9490. '95 Grand Prix, 126K, all pwr, AC, CD, alloys, runs great $1,800obo. 698-9070

'03 Saturn Vue, bad trans, $2,000 478-0068

1969 Ford F-700 bucket truck, 60' height, very good shape, ready to work, $5,000. 885-2572

Great Truck

1997 Chevrolet 2500 pickup, good cond, 252,000 miles. Runs very good $2500. Mark 641-2803 '96 Chevy S-10 LS Pickup, extended cab, $1,900 924-1430 '85 Chevy Sierra 1500 runs good, 305 stock, dual cherry exhaust, diamond truck toolbox, $3,000obo. 405-392-2735

2004 Dodge Dakota, V8, auto, excellent condition, $12,000, 672-9337.

1997 Camry $2600 obo Auto, PW/PL, Runs Great ¡ 361-1241 ¡ 1996 Toyota Celica. Asking $2,700. Mint condition. 405-631-1437

'94 Toyota Tercel, 4cyl, 37MPG, 5spd, runs great, $2,300obo. (405) 6805465 or 406-9708 cell

'95 Jeep Grand Cherokee Orbis, 4x4, $2500 obo 405-830-5809

'08 ES350, 30K, white, exc cond. front whl drive, heat&air seats, $23,000 405-210-2830 580-767-1616

'98 Town Car, no smoke, 138K mi, lthr, Wife's car, Nice $3750 405-826-4914

'92 Mercedes 500SL, 5.0L F.I. , convertible/ hardtop, red/black leather, ONLY 33K mi, $15,000, 848-3111

'02 Sable, $2,800obo, immaculate cond, drives great, pw/pl. 361-1241

1993 Toyota Celica 2Dr, Convertible, automatic, Red ext, Black int, 141,000 mi, CD, cruise, Excellent condition, 30+ mpg mileage $2500, (405) 802-7766

Treasury Services Specialist

'99 Ford F-450 wrecker, 1 owner, 43K actual miles, has large air compressor $15,000 cash or trade. 885-2572

'10 Cadillac Escalade AWD, red very nice, 39K miles, $41,500obo. 580-504-6588 98 Dodge Durango 4wd 3rd Row seat cust whls, lthr nice $3250 863-6399 '03 Ford Explorer XLT 2wd 3rd row seating nice $5950 863-6399

1954 MG-TF Mini TF Runs good. $13,000, Call Don (580)234-2197 1951 Chevrolet Styleline $2,000, Call Don (580) 234-2197

98 Nissan Sentra, auto 4dr, all pwr, CD player 148K $3000 obo 255-8129

Top Price Junk Cars, metal wire copper running or not 885-2572 or 924-1430

EMPLOY MENT

AUTO MOTIVE

'96 Seville. Like new throughout. Maroon/tan lthr. Only 76K mi. $3,995 cash. 630-7091, 759-3886

2012 Nissan Ultima 2.5S coupe, silver, 9000 mi., navigation, w/warr. $21,000 obo 314-7453

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2000 Coupe DeVille, 4 dr, NorthStar, Runs Great, $4200 obo 405-413-2781

2003 Ford Expedition EB Edition, DVD, sunroof, 190K mi. $4950 721-1325

2011 Ford E350 12 passenger van, white, like new, $19,900obo. 580-504-6588

$ ~Most~ $ Junk Auto's

1992 FORD CUSTOM VAN exc. cond., 49K orig. mi $2800 405-210-3503

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

'99 GMC Conv. $4000 leather int, non-smoker 350K road miles 282-6123

$PAYING CASH$ Junk Cars Trucks VANS & SUVS - 512-7278

'95 Merc. Villager, Nissan eng, V6, 1 Owner, 160K mi., lthr, new tires. $1695 Good cond 819-7703

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

'06 Pontiac Montana all pwr lady driven dual ac & doors $6950 863-6399

Bookkeeper/Office Mgr for Midtown Property Mgmt Co. Minimum 5 yrs Quickbooks experience. Duties include payables, receivables, bank recon, payroll & HR. Fax resume to 405-605-6440 or email teresaw@seabrookerealty.com Financial Analyst III needed in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, to evaluate loan applications, to ensure proper completion and submission of information, review financial accounting data, legal documents, contracts, proposals and other documents and records to complete financial credit analysis and recommend action to take on loan applications. Applicants must have the minimum of a Bachelors degree in Accounting, Finance, Economics (or related) and at least one year of experience evaluating loan applications and performing credit analysis for a government agency. Must have legal authority to work in the U.S. Send resume/references to: Director of Human Resources, Oklahoma Water Resources Board, ATTN: SO1, 3800 N. Classen Blvd., Oklahoma City, OK 73118. EOE. Part-Time Bookkeeper/ Secretary Needed General Office Duties. Bookkeeping role includes billing and accounts receivables, Applicant must be proficient in Quick Books, Outlook, and Microsoft Word and Excel. We are willing to pay $750 per week. Email suzzy101gomez@ hotmail.com for more details... 405-946-1444

Needed to daily process high volume incoming and outgoing EFT/ACH & payment card transactions, in compliance with NACHA/payment card industry rules and regulations; reconcile incoming & outgoing files, process daily ACH and payment card returns, administer error resolution process as related to ACH/credit card issues with state agency customers, & document, implement & maintain compliance with payment card industry standards and ACH policies and procedures. Business, accounting, finance or degree in a closely related field or an equivalent combination of education and experience required. Training experience a plus. ACH/EFT and credit card processing experience preferred. Visit www.ok.gov/treasurer for job description and application instructions.

Kirkpatrick Bank is accepting applications for professional, outgoing individuals to join our fast paced, rewarding organization. We have: FT Teller Positions available in our Edmond locations. If you are a professional with previous exp. in cash handling and customer service, excellent communications skills and looking for a new career opportunity, it is time to join the Kirkpatrick Bank team. Previous bank exp. a plus. Kirkpatrick Bank offers a competitive salary program, comprehensive benefits package and a professional work environment. Email cover letter, resume and salary history to careers@ kirkpatrickbank.com EOE

Land Survey Crew Chief 8+ years experience Extensive boundary/ cadastral survey experience Oil & Energy Surveying a plus. ODOT experience a plus. Please email resume Kels@keystone-els.com

Medical Billing

ALL POSITIONS.

positions avail. Will train. Call for more info and directions 682-8383

Receptionist/ GrantsAssistant

ADMINISTRATIVE COORDINATOR

FT, M-F 8-5. Preference to business experience. BS/BA. Bookkeeping, invoicing, web-based data entry, & electronic medical records entry. Coordinating intra-organizational administrative activities. Aggressive work ethic with excellent computer, written composition and communications skills. Send detailed cover letter and resume to mgreen @ Fax 405-272-3041 or email to ccorder@corclinical.com Bookkeeper/Office Mgr for Midtown Property Mgmt Co. Minimum 5 yrs Quickbooks experience. Duties include payables, receivables, bank recon, payroll & HR. Fax resume to 405-605-6440 or email teresaw@seabrookerealty.com Freight Billing Technician United Petroleum Transports is accepting resumes for a Freight Billing Technician. Minimum 1 yr experience. Must be able to work in a fast-paced, multi-task environment; excellent communication skills, ability to work well in high energy setting with strong data entry skills. Full time with competitive salary & benefits. Forward resume to jobs@otl-upt.com or fax to 405-670-8988.

The Oklahoma Arts Council is seeking a Receptionist/Grants Assistant to provide administrative support for its grants division and to manage agency front office duties including phones, visitors, and mail. This is a PT (9am-1pm) position based in OKC. Send resumes to: karen.douglas @arts.ok.gov For more information see job description at: www.arts.ok.gov/about _us/oklahoma_arts _council_jobs.html Position open until filled. AA/EEO

Receptionist

Leading cosmetic medical practice seeking a full time Receptionist. Position duties include answering multi line phones & scheduling patients. Candidates must have excellent phone & interpersonal skills, computer skills & the ability to multi task. Position includes competitive pay & benefits. Email resumes to cosmeticresume@ yahoo.com

AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL

Great pay, medical/dental, 30 days vacation/yr, $ for school. No exp needed. HS seniors & grads, ages 17-38. Call 1-800-492-4841 Mon-Fri

Civil Engineer

4 years experience in subdivision & commercial development. ODOT roadway & drainage design a plus. Please email resume to Kels@keystone-els.com

AUTOMOTIVE TECHNICIANS

Now Hiring ‚ 203-0596 FIRESTONE Jiffy Lube now hiring for

Please call (405) 604-1331 for immediate interview. MUFFLER INSTALLER Willing to train hard working honest person. Must have valid DL. $398.75/wk. 751-5423.

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

CROSSLAND HEAVY CONTRACTORS

Customer Service Assistant:

Local trucking firm seeks a self-starting, aggressive individual to assist in customer service. The qualified candidate will possess excellent phone skills, data entry skills and the ability to multi task in a fast paced environment. This is an entry level position that will provide training for a bigger role within our operations department. Interested candidates should forward resumes: lmendenhall@freymiller.com Customer Service Rep needed. Experience a MUST. Fast paced, full time position, Mon-Fri. Fax resume to 405-843-4935 if interested. Salary DOE.

NOW HIRING!

Competitive pay rates/ commissions & bonuses available. Great benefits: • Medical plan, • Paid vacation, • Holidays and sick leave • Company paid 401K Cashland Several Teller positions, full-time. We want driven, out-going, hard working individuals who are passionate about treating customers well! Cash handling experience is a plus, but training is provided. Valid Driver's License Required. Please send resume in a Word document to dpatterson@cashlandok.com

is seeking experienced

Form Carpenters Concrete Finishers & Laborers

for our Oklahoma City and Tulsa job sites. Candidates must have own transportation and be highly motivated. Drug screen and physical required. We offer excellent pay and benefits including health, dental, 401k and holiday pay. Interested candidates may apply in person at: 3827 W. Hefner Rd. Okla. City, OK 73120 For position inquiries, contact Virginia Gonzalez at 918-712-1441 hiring@ crosslandconstruction.com Applications are also available online at: www. heavycontractors.com Equal Opportunity Employer - M/F/V/H

Front Desk/ Assistant

for busy office in Moore, OK. Dentrix exp. Required. Call 794-4497 fax 794-1922

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. Mt. St. Mary High School Certified opening for 1213 schl yr: FT Music tchr with exp. in instrumental, vocal&general music, including pep band as extra-curricular activity. Fax resume & cert. to Talita DeNegri @ 405-631-9209. Mt.St.Mary High School Certified teaching position 12-13 schl yr. FT Chemistry, Physics, Spanish with Pre-AP and AP experience. Fax resume/certificiation to Talita DeNegri @ 405-631-9209.


Energy/Oil & Gas Answer Service Operator Edmond. Must type 45 wpm. Shift: Mon 4p-12midnight; Tue off; Wed & Thur 4:30p-1a; Fri 12p-7p; Sat 4p-11p; Sun off; Drug testing required. $12 per hour ¡ 285-4316 Answer Service Operator Edmond. Must type 45 wpm. Shift: Mon 4p-12midnight; Tue off; Wed & Thur 4:30p-1a; Fri 12p-7p; Sat 4p-11p; Sun off; $12 per hour ¡ 285-4316 Carpet Cleaning Co. hiring experienced people for cpt clning & related svcs. Will train qual. person. Full benefit pkg. Call M-F 9a-4p 601-1574

Furniture Repair

Service Technician - will train but some exp helpful in mech repair, fabric repl, wood repair & t/u. OK City & surrounding area. Must be clean cut & responsible, with own vehicle. Training provided to right candidate. Call 918-592-5802. Garage Door Installer Experienced required. Good pay & BENEFITS Trotter Doors Call 720-7107.

CLEANERS

Gutter Installers Needed. No experience necessary. Must have valid driver's license. Call Mon-Fri 9-5. 745-4400

COLLECTORS

Help needed part time in Office/Plant for cabinet door company. Spencer, Oklahoma. 9100 NE 40th ¡ 771-3004

Residential. F/T. Car Required. Up to $9.50/hr. to start. 405-216-3678.

Will train. Now seeking Collectors and bilingual Spanish speaking Collectors. No experience necessary. Join our third party collection agency team today! EOE. To apply call 778-6622. Community Bank seeking qualified candidates to fill a Part Time Teller position. Hours 3PM to 6PM Monday thru Thursday and 3PM to 6:30PM on Friday. Candidate must have 6 months teller experience. Resume may be sent to: First Liberty Bank, P O Box 21848, Okla. City, OK 73156, or email to: email@myfirstliberty.com or fax to: 405-286-0972. CUSTODIAL MANAGER for new premier building in downtown OKC. Competitive compensation with benefits. Must be able to pass background check and drug screen. EOE. Apply in person or send resume to ABM, 2550 W Reno Ave, Ste 106, OKC, OK 73107.

Dental Lab Tech Needed Exp. at the bench is required. Full benefits avail. with advancement opp. Pay is neg. Graham Industries, 405-470-5118

Direct Care Specialists

to work in a 24 hour facility and be available for shift work. Job consists of working with children 0-17 years of age, in a home environment. Job requirements, must be 21yrs of age with High School Diploma or equivalent. May contact Gail Andrews 405-424-0177. DRILLER HELPER and CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS TESTING TECH NEEDED. Will Train. Some benefits. Apply in person at 809 NW 34th, Moore. DRIVERS & HELPERS for moving company. Apply in person at 1131 Enterprise Ave., Unit 15A, OKC, OK, 445-7618. Drycleaner & Laundry, General Help. Reliable, Honest. Good pay. M-F, few hrs Sat. No smk env 412-6415 Moore

JANITORIAL FLOOR TECHS for buffing, carpet cleaning & other duties, FT evenings. Paid vacation & holidays. Apply between 4pm-6pm, M-TH at 1024 N. Tulsa Ave., OKC Se Habla Espanol JANITORIAL SUPERVISOR for training, inspection and other duties. FT evenings. Paid holidays & vac. Apply 4-6 PM, Mon-Thur., 1024 N. Tulsa Ave, OKC. Se Habla Espanol. 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.

KENNEL TECH

216

Clinical Manager

Production Workers

Develop and implement strategies for the delivery of patient care within our ASC in the OKC area. Manage Clinical processes to ensure quality outcomes and a high degree of patient and physician satisfaction. RN license, BSN, ACLS, related exp, min. 2 yrs mgmt experience required Fax resume to: 405-463-3466

Entry Level Positions Available 1st & 2nd shift Good benefits and pay. Seeking dependable applicants. Apply in person, 9am-3pm, at Mayco, Inc. 3501 E. Reno, OKC. Pre-employment drug test required.

Clinical Research Coordinator

Prof. Tree Trimmers & Spray Tech w/experience. for Continental Tree Service. Must have valid driver's lic. Call 475-9797

experience required. Fax: 405-752-7305 or sendresumes7305@ gmail.com

Save a Life! Earn $80 this week. Now Accepting New Donors

CMAs & MATs 11pm - 7am Shift Apply at: Sommerset Assisted Living, 1601 SW 119th St, OKC.

Two convenient locations to serve you: East - 405-737-2447 West - 405-634-0220

Dental Asst.

In addition to meeting the donation criteria You must also provide a valid photo I.D., proof of your current address and your Social Security or immigration card to donate.

wanted. Warr Acres/ OKC area. Experience preferred. 405-495-5225 DENTAL HYGIENIST Nichols Hills office. Wednesdays 8-5, flexible. No benefits. Fax: 405-842-0045

Security

12am-8am. Apply in person Southwest Mansions 9900 S Western Ave

Experienced Back Office Reg Medical Assistant & Front Office Assistant For busy south OKC family practice. Fax resume to 692-4490.

Swimming Pool Service Tech -Experience helpful, not required. $12/hr to start. Fax work history to 405-942-1684.

» » IMMEDIATE » » FULL TIME EMTs Sinor EMS Hobart, Clinton & Weatherford Competitive pay with excellent benefits. 580-323-1978 ext. 227 or download an application at sinorems.com

W. Edmond, C-Store FT/PT. Experienced ONLY. Mature, Long term, serious applicants only. 408-0540 lv msg. Warehouse Help needed. Experience a MUST. Fast paced, full time position, Mon-Fri. Fax resume to 405-843-4935 if interested. Salary DOE.

LPN or MA

For very busy, well established family practice clinic in Edmond. Excellent benefits and working atmosphere. Position is for a primary nurse for the physician. 4-4K days per week. Must have at least 2 years experience in comparable clinic setting. Electronic health record. Apply at 1501 E 19th.

nights & weekends, experience preferred. Apply @ 720 S. Air Depot Landscape Crew Strahorn Landscaping is now hiring landscape laborers. Apply at 2113 S. Douglas Blvd, MWC (405) 737-4548 Leasing Consultant, PT to include some Saturdays. Apply in person at Pebble Creek Apartments, 360 N Pebble Creek Terrace, Mustang. ‘‘¡ MANAGER ¡‘‘ Apt. complex, salary + apartment & benefits. Must have experience in managing and leasing. Exc. career opportunity. NW area. 495-6870 MILLWORK HELP needed full time for cabinet door company. Experience preferred. 9100 NE 40th ¡ 771-3004 MUFFLER INSTALLER Willing to train hard working honest person. Must have valid DL. $398.75/wk. 751-5423. Needing Monitor for inebriated individuals in a jail alternative program. CNA, CADC, and/ or experience with substance abuse helpful. Weekend shifts, $8.50/ hr. See website for application, www.okcmetro alliance.com, or fax to: (405) 235-1071 or email: hr@okcmetroalliance.com

Petroleum Landman Training Course •Make $200-$400/day •Basic Title provides in the courthouse training •All students receive a certificate of completion •We provide a list of brokers to help get started

MA/Receptionist MA and Receptionist needed for a busy physician office. 3 years exp. required. Email resume to nephrologyokc@ yahoo.com

Comprehensive training gets you prepared. Enroll online. www.basictitle.net Phone: 405-633-7193 Email: info@basictitle.com

3-11 CNA

Now hiring highly motivated & caring CNAs to join our 3-11 team »» $400 »»

Sign On Bonus

Apply in person at Ranchwood Nursing Ctr 824 S Yukon Parkway, Ykn

ACTIVITY AIDEs Great facility looking for hard working & reliable FT Activity Aides. (Must be a CNA to apply) Apply Ranchwood Nursing Ctr 824 S Yukon Parkway, Ykn

•Administrative Assistant •LPN •Marketer With home health experience. Call Caring Home Health at 942-8787 or fax to 942-8788. BECOME A CNA FOR FREE!!! Join the Ranchwood team & receive free training to become a CNA. Looking for highly motivated & caring individuals to complete our team. Apply in person at Ranchwood Nursing Ctr 824 S Yukon Parkway, Ykn

Certified Medication Aide Weekend doubles. 3-11, 4 on 2 off. Interested individuals can apply at company headquarters, 3317 SE 18th St., (Del City, OK). No phone calls

CHHA

For busy Home Health Care Agency. F/T position w/exc benefits Fax resume 286-1301 lori_platinum@coxinet.net

Medical Assistant/ Medical Office Assistant Busy OKC Oncology practice seeking an Medical Assistant/Medical Office Assistant. Medical office and insurance verification. Strong computer skills, versatile personality and customer service skills with both patients and physicians. EMR experience a plus. windy.nunnery@ csok.org; fax 405-942-9204

Medical Assistant

Dependable, detail oriented individual needed for specialty office. Assist with scheduling, patient exams, administer prescribed medications & give instructions regarding diagnostic procedures. EMR experience helpful. Good benefits, salary commensurate with experience. Fax resume to HR @713-4353.

Medical Assistant

experience required. Fax: 405-752-7305 or sendresumes7305@ gmail.com Medical Billing Account Representative Position Available. Experience in Medical Billing and Collections Required. Payment and Charge Posting Experience is a Plus. Candidates must be Organized, Detail Oriented, and Must Excel in remarkable Customer Service. Fax resumes to Karla at (405) 573-6768 or Email directly to karlak@ptcentral.org MEDICAL RECEPTIONIST needed for busy Mercy clinic. Medical Manager experience preferred. Please email resume to afoutch@okoa.org New Pt / Marketing Rep. Successful 7 phys spec practice seeking new team member. Responsible for in office new pt referrals/coordination & mkt the practice in the OKC area. Comp salary+benefits. e-mail cv to todd@okkidney.com 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 Orthodontic Assistant with experience, needed in Edmond. Please send resumes to: Marilyn@lewisbraces.com Private Orthodontic Office seeking person for Front Office Billing, Collections & Treatment Coordinating. Fax resume to: 405-330-3960 or email to info@nandaorthodontics.com RN/LPN, FT/PT, All shifts Small nursing home Senior Village 1104 N. Madison Blanchard, OK. 485-3315 Asbury Medical Supply Medical Records Clerical /Scheduling Position available $11-12/hr. Billing Clerk full and part time available. Brightree experience preferred. Pay based on experience. Delivery Driver - Part time weekends. 15-20 hrs/wk. $12-13/hr. Please fax resumes to (405) 858-0119 or email jenni@asburymedical.com ’’ 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

Coder/QASpecialist experienced, FT, for Home health. Prefer LPN/RN (not req). Apply in person, 8801 S. Olie, Bldg 3, OKC 73139 or fax resume to (405) 735-6701

LPN – FT Resident Care Director. Assisted Living community 100% occupied, 0 deficiencies on State Survey. Excellent salary and full paid benefits. Requires current OK State Nursing License, pass OSBI and drug screen. Must have excellent communication and leadership skills. Resumes may be faxed 405/7210492, or apply in person, 7501 W Britton Rd, OKC.

Nurses (OR), Surgery Center

Provide patient care within our ASC in the OKC area. Perform clinical processes to ensure quality outcomes and a high degree of patient and physician satisfaction. RN license, related exp, min. 2 yrs exp req'd. Fax resume to: 405-285-7501. NURSE SUPERVISOR CHILDREN FIRST PROGRAM (CONDITIONAL) FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT WWW.OCCHD.ORG OUTREACH WORKER (BI-LINGUAL REQUIRED) REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT WWW.OCCHD.ORG PUBLIC HEALTH NURSE 2 (CONDITIONAL) CHILDREN FIRST PROGRAM FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT WWW.OCCHD.ORG RN PPS CASE MANAGER POSITION AVAILABLE APPLY IN PERSON Glenhaven Retirement Center 3003 W Iowa, Chickasha OK. ask for Sherri Mccoy or Glenda Hamilton Want to Make a Difference in the life of children??? Preferred Pediatrics needs a

RN Case Manager to join our caring staff. Benefits/Paid Vacation /Weekly Pay. Stop just doing your job and begin to love it! Call 405-848-7337

DRUG COUNSELOR OKC clinic seeks licensed Drug/Alcohol Counselor. Full-time, early morning, benefits. Email resume: hr@missiontreatment.com or apply at: missiontreatment.com LPCs, LCSWs, LMFT (or under supervision) needed full time. Competitive salary & benefits. Send resumes to: okc82@aol.com Rehabilitation Specialist FT with benefits. Bachelor's degree in Psychology, Sociology or Social Sciences. Email: okc82@aol.com »»»»»»»»»»»» SOUTHERN PLAINS TREATMENT SERVICES HAS IMMEDIATE OPENINGS FOR: DIRECT CARE STAFF Must be 21 yrs old. H.S. Diploma or equivalent. Competitive pay & benefits. Must pass drug & background check. Send resume to: apply@splains.org Fax: 405-217-8405 »»»»»»»»»»»»

La QUINTA HOTELS HIRING ALL POSITIONS ALL POSITIONS 5 LaQuinta Oklahoma City Managed hotels looking for smiling faces for our teams! NOW HIRING Front Desk, Night Auditors, Room Attendants, and Maintenance Personnel. Please attend our Job Fair from 9:30am- 4:00PM Wednesday, April 11 located at La Quinta 800 South Meridian. No Experience Required will train! Offers paid training, vacation & sick time, Health Insurance, and great atmosphere! Please apply in person on April 11th at 800 South Meridian.

CSR/Marketing w/2yr + Experience, 37.5 hr week benefits Resume to nwokcinsure @coxinet.net

OKLAHOMA COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE Detention Officers & Clericals wanted. Offering stable career opportunities w/ competitive benefits package. Visit www. oklahomacounty.org /sheriff/careers/ for Appl info. 713-2040

Legal Secretary needed for fast paced law firm. Plaintiff’s personal injury experience a must, type 50 wpm+, familiar with Word Perfect and Outlook. Ability to multi task, must be dependable and work well with others. The Oklahoman, Box 2017, P.O. Box 25125, Oklahoma City, OK 73125-0125.

Marketing Director in Oklahoma City, OK to manage and direct all regional advertising, public relations, partnership marketing, social media and promotional activities. Must have a Master’s degree in Business, Marketing or related & 2 years experience. Mail resume to Nareshkumar Patel, Premier Hospitality Group, LLC, 4411 S.W. 15th Street, Oklahoma City, OK 73108.

Will sit with elderly in your home. References available. Call 473-9966

Golf Maintenance Looking 4 dependable people: mowing, weedeating, trimming trees, irrigation repair, etc. Must have reliable transportation & able to lift 50lbs. M - F & Weekends. Potential O.T. & Benefits. $9.00 / Hr. Call: 751 - 1351 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 »» MAINTENANCE For apt. complex, experience only, need knowledge of AC, heating & plumbing. Salary + apt. & benefits. NW area. 495-6870

MAINT TECH needed for Property in Mustang. Applicant must have strong organizational skills and enjoy working outdoors. Ability to work independently with minimal supervision. 40 hours/wk. Hourly,Vacation&Benefits Fax resume (405)376.6603

Make Ready needed for a multifamily property in Oklahoma City. To apply send resume to careers@jrkpropholdings.com or fax to 310.696.7441. Sommerset Assisted Living is seeking a Full Time Maintenance Director. Fax resume to 691-9253 or call 691-9221.

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 Mobile DJ service needs motivated, reliable person for fun, PT work. Music knowledge helpful. Will train 659-5930

Data Entry Specialist FT or PT for professional svc org. Detailed review of invoices and data entry of forms required. Candidate must be highly motivated, have attention for detail and possess strong written and verbal communication skills. E-mail res@fundsforlearning.com MasterCuts Penn Square & Quail Springs Mall seeks motivated Stylists. Guaranteed $9/hour + benefits. Apply Online at mastercutscareers. silkroad.com Call 888-888-7778, Ext. 41303

SEEWORTH ACADEMY

Will be hiring for ALL INSTRUCTIONAL POSITIONS Fax or email resume to: 405-475-8566 jobs@seeworthacademy.org seeworthacademy.org Senior Auditor (Lawton, OK) Resp. for audits on governmental, non- and for-profit organizations. Some tax preparation. Must have bachelors in acctg and 3 yrs tax and audit exp. Send resume to Scott Hatch, CPA, 417 S.W. “C” St., Lawton, OK, 73501, or email to: shatch@hatchcpa.com EOE


ASST. MGR / SERVERS HOST STAFF & BUSSERS Needed. Tokyo Japanese Restaurant. 7516 N Western. Call 848-6733 for info. Buffalo Wild Wings Now Hiring Experienced Managers Email resume to: bwwjosh@yahoo.com »» Grill Cook »» »» Wait Staff »» Experienced. AM & PM. Full time & Part time. Apply in person at 5012 N. MacArthur, MOE'S PLACE Servers & Host Staff w/exp. Trappers offers the highest PPA on Reno FT & PT. Apply in person 2-4PM, 4300 West Reno Servers and Bartenders with open availability needed. Apply within Buffalo Wild Wings 6910 SW 3rd St., OKC 405-603-4688

'SALES PERSONS WANTED"

Sales Reps Retail Loc Edmond. Full/part time pos avail. Past Sales exp req. Hr + comm Fax resume, 405.340.7534 or call Steve TUESDAY, 405.340.7530

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

Assistant Sales Manager

Best Buy Here Auto Mgmt. experience preferred. Call Mike at 405-631-8500.

Have fun selling the bikes you love to ride! FORT THUNDER HARLEY DAVIDSON

Management Opportunity

Red Carpet Charters

Excellent Pay/Benefits Call Darrin, 405-793-8877

CALL FROM HOME CHILDRENS HOSPITAL FOUNDATION $7.25 hr to start with possible Bonus!! aprx 15hrs wk . Apply 3641 NW 23RD St. »» PROS »» »» LIFE & HEALTH »» »» INSURANCE »» Experienced Only Edmond, 405-340-4440.

Aluminum Welders Needed

Business is growing. Company is looking for good welders. Apply at 400 S. Sara Road, OKC, OK 73099. Welding test will be required.

*Carpenters*

OKC Building Contractor (Since 1982) seeking exp. "Carpenters" (Concrete, Frame, Drywall, Finish). Com’l & Resid. Projects in Edmond area. Contact 405-216-8500 Cell Phone Technician Experience required. Knowledge in cell phone and computer repair. OKC and Tulsa locations. Call 580-772-4828.

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. DRILLER / LOCATOR Local underground Utility Co. Seeking experienced directional Driller/Locator must have a Class A CDL Pre- employment drug screening required Call 405-495-8746

ELECTRICAL TECHNICIAN

Gas Processing Eqmt Mfg. Must be exp. w/instrument panel, fabrication, power wiring, Knowledge of 3 phase power, electronic logic, NEC & Exp. w/panel programming a plus.

INDUSTRIAL PAINTER

Exp. w/ industrial paint, zinc & epoxy coatings. Sand blasting exp a plus.

INDUSTRAL PIPEFITTER

Mfg. co. Must have 2 years threaded pipe instrumentation exp. Ability to read P&IDs, plan & elevations a plus.

PLANT MAINTENANCE Must have ability to troubleshoot elec./mech equipment & AC/DC drives. Knowledge of 480 3 phase, overhead shawbox & Detroit cranes. Must be self starter & quick learner. Apply in person at:

QB JOHNSON

9000 S. Sunnylane, OKC fax or email resume to ddurbin@qbjohnson.com fax 405-672-2701 Electrical Journeyman OK Lic. req'd. Coml & Res. All work in Norman area. Paid vac. hol. pen plan. Competitive wages. Doyles Electric Inc. 122 W. Comanche. Norman, 321-8611. Electrical Journeyman Needed. 2 yrs exp. in commercial. Email ccwelectric1@ yahoo.com or call for appt. 255-9439. ELECTRICIANS State test prep course. Begins April 25th Will hire. Contact Judge Porter. 1-888-293-2842 www.portertestprep.com Governair, 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, proficiency with hand tools and familiarity with routine machinery maintenance and repair is needed. Welding or brazing skills are a plus. Apply in person at 4841 N. Sewell, OKC, or via email at careers@governair.com EOE/AA

is currently hiring motorcoach operators for full time positions. CDL class A or B is required with passenger and airbrake endorsements. willing to help the right candidate with endorsements. Must pass a physical, drug, and background screenings. please come by and apply at 4820 sw 20th st OKC, OK 73128. 405-672-5100 Starla

Heavy Equipment Hauler

Local paving company needs experienced Heavy Equipment Hauler. Class A required. Starting pay $16/hr DOE. Apply at 10200 NW 10th St. OKC, 8-5 M-F, or fax resume to 577-2942. Journeymen Electrician and Apprentice Requires Experience in Commercial. B&B Electric now hiring. Call 787-7081 LEAD HVAC INSTALL JOURNEYMAN To $25/hr start (D/O/E) + $2500 sign-on bonus paid at 6 months. Company-paid health insurance. Apply in person @: 3204 SW 59th, Suite B, OKC, OK 73119. Resume w/work history can be emailed to: mainard@ mainardsanders.com PAINTERS NEEDED Drywall exp. plus. Must have dependable transportation & hand tools. Call 405-692-0300.

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

Air Liquide Now Hiring Drivers Stable Co. Benefits start on 1st day. 3yrs of HAZMAT /Tanker Exp, Clean MVR Call TODAY! 1-866-5 TEAM AL Fax resumes to: 713-803-5517 Attention Flatbed Drivers $1000 SIGN ON BONUS Now hiring for Local / Regional / OTR Call 405-378-7525

Beaver Express

has openings for Local and shuttle Drivers. Good pay and benefits. Must have 2yrs exp incl. Class A CDL w/HAZMAT. Apply 1515 SE 15, OKC,

CDL CLASS A licensed driver for local & state delivery. Property & Warehouse work when not on road. Able to lift up to 70lbs. Current MVR required. Apply 9200 NW 10 St. 787-4833

HOT SHOT DRIVER Class A CDL Driver. Hazmat a plus. 3 yrs of driving experience required. Must live within 30 min of I-40 & Morgan Rd. Call 405-659-3075

Class A Driver Needed Daily runs. Home most nights. No endorsements needed. Benefits. $550$750wk. Apply in person 600 N Sara Road, Suite B, Yukon, 8am-3pm. EOE

HOT SHOT DRIVER CDL, DOT Medical Cert, Flatbed exp. Driving record. OKC/Moore area. Call 405-659-7885

Class B CDL Driver some warehouse work. Dependable. Apply in person 301 N W13, OKC

DELIVERYDRIVER

LOCAL

Good MVR. No CDL reqd. Call M-F 9-4 820-0866

DRIVERS Class A CDL, Doubles Req'd, Clean MVR, Safe Driving Record & 3yrs exp. Apply at 305 N. Rockwell DRIVERS WANTED US MAIL CONTRACTOR is hiring professional Drivers. Team Driver positions available to run to California. Requirements: 25 yrs of age, Class A CDL, 2 yrs tractor trailer experience, no prior felonies, DOT physical & drug screen. Starting pay estimated $20 per hour. 10 paid holidays, health & life insurance, Short term disability for employee. EOE. Applications taken M-F 9am-3pm - Apply at 1301 S. Walker, OKC 73109 800-488-3575 email resumes: gporch@patsalmon.com

DRIVER

Tango has immediate openings for Regional & OTR Drivers! Top Pay, Excellent Benefits and Great Hometime. CDL-A and 15 mos OTR exp req'd. Apply by phone 877-826-4605 Mon-Fri 8-5 or online www.drivefortango.com Please email resume to recruiting@ tangotransport.com

NEED 10 DRIVERS IMMEDIATELY!!! 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: 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

Logan County Farm (160 acres) SE Logan County NW/4 Sec. 26, 16N, 1W. Prairie Grove and Henney Rd or 2 miles South of Hwy 105 on Henney. Has wheat, woods, pasture and water. Great recreational and hunting property. $265,000. Call Jeff at 405.282.5355

Homes For Sale

309.9

Bank Owned 3/2/2 2073sf 2 liv/din, .40 acre $104,900 Realty Experts 414-8753

ATTN: Military! Wilburton, OK 3bd, 15x30 screened back porch, Beautiful view, close to lake @ VFW Land Co. 405-769-2406, 830-4301

4 bedroom, 2 bath home in Moore. $142,500. 405-237-1030 Broker

Hunting Property

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

LOTS OF DEER & HOGS PUBLIC AUCTION Thur April 12 10am 160 acres+/- SW/4 Sec33-T9N-R11W Caddo Co. Albert OK Execellent Hunting Property for Auction Location and info www. tillmansauction.com 405.542.7030 TILLMAN AUCTION

301 NE 61st St $95K OBO 1620sf 3bd 2ba 2car 2liv 2 din Emery Realty 921-6606

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

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 Owner carry, 11938 Marlowe, 5 bd 3 bt 2car, 2150 sq ft brk on 1.3 A. Beautiful remod home. Moore sch. 650-7667 www.homesofokcinc.com CASHION acreages 6-12 ac tracts starting @ $25,000 w/owner fin possible Lisa 919-5717 Cleaton & Assoc 373-2494 Great location for Horse People! 10 ac, 5.5 mi E of I-35. Roping arena, pond, barns, 3bd/2ba home. Co. (405)226-2015/360-6586 Call for Maps! See why we sell more acreages than anyone in Okla. E of OKC. o/a 275-1695 WELL & SEPTIC 10 wooded ac. SE of Noble. Owner Carry 226-2015 Ten acre family friendly horse farm in Norman. Priced right. 250-9486

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.

PACKAGE of 3 brick homes on Lariet Lane, good solid houses $104,900 cash 301-6495

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

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.

1.3 acre corner lot w/1400 sqft home, 3bd, alum siding, huge liv room, fenced backyard. $39,000 »» 301-6495

FSBO 4240 Old Farm Rd. 3/2/2, 2080sf mol, Lots of updates $184K 641-2950

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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

Beautiful building lot in MWC 85x250 ¡ $22,950 405-769-2406, 830-4301

CUTE 2bd + offc, 1K ba, lrg living area, 2521 NW 15th, $63,000 • 706-3972

EXTRA NICE 3 OR 4 BED Extra large home in prestigious SW OKC area aprx 3000sf, office, upst. game room, absolutely beautiful. Owner Fin. avail. w/large down payment 405-570-4291 2917 SW 40 nice 2bd starter home, fenced, nice area Only $32,900 Fidelity692-1661, 410-4200 OWNER FINANCING $5000 down No Credit Ck 2728 Texoma, 4/1, $66K ¡596-4599‘ 410-8840¡ 2736 SW 84th Moore Schools 3bd, 2ba, 2car NM Realty 613-9739 116 SW 69 Ct, 73139 2004,3/2/2,1576qt,patio, $130k Tim 308-9930

NEW HOME 4/3/3 + 2 din, 1 liv approx 2550' on 1ac MOL $273,500 JUST LISTED 3/2/2 + 2 liv approx 1646' storm shelt $154,900 NEW CONST 3/2/2 ON .21 Ac MOL approx 1442' still time to pick colors Lisa 919-5717 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 Abandoned D/W Repo set up on 5 Acres!! Ready to move in. Free phone application 405-631-7600 Rent to Own: Nice 2&3bd MWC $350&up 390-9777

AUCTION 80 acres Stratford, OK Info: Joe McGowen 405-401-8820 Sat, April 28, 9:30 AM (4 mi. W, 2 mi. S, of Stratford, OK) 3 bd Frame home on 80 acres with 30x50 shop, 28x50 shed, 3 ponds, large watershed lake Hunter's Paradise! Joins lake Longmire on the South. Also complete list of tractors & farm machinery. FREEMAN RE & AUCTION 580-622-5080 freeman-auctions.com

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

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

Lake Eufaula: furnished 1700sf house on 2 lots w/ carport, strg bldg, lrg patio. Porum Landing area. $79K (405) 637-4076/613-4076

Commercial RE Business Property For Rent Convenience Store for Lease 2 bay garage, full kitchen Call Karen 918-759-0691

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 4000 sf Warehouse w/ ofc, heat & air, 1600 sf fncd yrd, $1750 mo + dep 10901 NE 23rd St, Bldg C, Nicoma Park, 630-0394

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First Cash Multi Unit Supervisor & Retail Sales Assoc. First Cash wants you! Are you looking for an outstanding career with a fast growing company? Are you most comfortable as a Retail Sales Associate working directly with customers? Or do you aspire to direct and lead a team as a member of Store Management? Whatever your goals and aspirations, you'll have the opportunity to determine where you best fit in here at First Cash Pawn. High School Diploma Superior communication skills - High internal motivation - Flexibility to work with a variety of personalities - Must be able to work a flexible work schedule including evenings, weekends, and holidays competitive hourly wage, commission, plan, a 401(k), health/dental/vision coverage. employment@first cash.com Put Ref code in subject line FCPOKC009

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.

Door-to-Door Mktg/ Canvas Need reliable people for foundation repair. $10/hr + comm. 580-222-4320

Wholesale Greenhouse & Supply Firm needs friendly, energetic person to sell by phone, showroom, and on road. Horticulture & computer exp. a plus. Apply: 9200 NW 10 St. 787-4833

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TACO MAYO Danforth & Santa Fe, accepting applications GM, ASSISTANT GM AND SHIFT LEADERS. If you are looking for a place to grow, come see us at 1430 N Santa Fe, Edmond or call 348-9200.

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REAL ESTATE FOR SALE

ANN'S CHICKEN FRY HOUSE 4106 NW 39th. Now accepting applications for Evening Cashier & Wait Staff. Apply 9am-11am, Tues-Sat.

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Trades 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

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

MOVE IN NOW! Pd. water/garbage Quiet. Try Plaza East•341-4813


1714 W Palm Pl. Nice 3bd 2ba 2car $900mo no section 8 Maria 618-0563

CAVE CREEK ON ROCKWELL 3037 North Rockwell

495-2000 $200 off

3bd 2ba 2car fncd back yard 425 NE 21st Newcastle No sec 8 $1400 Maria 618-0563

WILLIAMSBURG

12321 SW 2nd 3bd 2ba 2car $900 mo. no section 8 Maria 618-0563

1st Mo Rent Selected Units LARGE TOWNHOMES & APARTMENTS • Washer, Dryers, pools • PC Schools, fireplaces 7301 NW 23rd

Off 1st Month's Rent Huge Apartment sizes HUGE Grounds to walk or play 416-5259 TUSCANY VILLAGE

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

ALL BILLS PAID $239 - 1st Mo 1 Beds Quiet, Park, Pool 293-3693 DREXEL ON THE PARK

1 Month Free!

2bd $575 Casady751-8088 Florence 429 NW 11th Midtown Studio, Granite Counters, CHA, Free Laundry $675mo $400dep 409-7989 No sec 8 804 NW 21st Mesta Park 2bed 1ba 1000sf $675mo $300dep dishwasher free laundry 409-7989 no sec 8

Near SW Medical, 3bd, 1.5ba, den, all new paint Must See! No Sec 8, No Pets $725/mo. 691-5479 3 bed, 2 ba, 1 car, ch&a, fenced yard, Moore schools, $795, 210-6721.

Bills Paid Furnished/Unfurnished

Weekly/Monthly 370-1077

2 bd, lrg util room. 3321 SW 24, $350 + $200 dep. No pets. 412-6881

Houses for rent

3/4 bedroom, 3 bath. Very nice neighborhood. $1900 per month. References required. Call 405-990-4821 3bed 2ba 2car near UCO. $1100mo. Call Alex, 990-0488. 3600 NE 143rd 3bd 2.5ba 2car gar, approx 2000sf ch/a, $1000 mo 370-1077 3yr.1900NapaValley 3/2/2G Stdy/Refgr/micrwv/dhwshr NghdPool1250+dep 537-2924

2bd 2ba 1car, vault ceil, fans, Extra Nice! $625 354-7413, 642-3847 » 1200 Karen Lane » 3bd, 1.5 ba, 2 car, CH&A, fenced, nice $650. 476-5011

For lease/For sale, 4 BR, 2200sf, Mustang Schls, $1750 mo, 405-820-6607

3 bedroom, bath & K $650/month + deposit N. of Edmond. 273-4118

¡ 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 405-659-3054

Antiques, Art, Collectibles 501 NEON SIGN 2 ft x 20 ft, $2000, Call 405-636-4211.

Pfaltzgraff Tea Rose service for 8, like new, $150. 405-282-3522

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

Frigidaire Front Loading Washer & Dryer w/ pedestals, white, 1 yr old $1100 obo 405-209-4871 Daryl's Appliance: W&D $75 & up, limited supply! 5yr warr. Refr/Stoves $125 & up, 1yr warr 405-632-8954

1115 Glenwood Ave Nice Pool!! 3/2K /2, NO smokers, sm pet considered $1500 mo / $1200 dep TMS Prop 348-0720

Cotton Wood Ridge Condo 2bd 1.5ba 900sf Amazing must see, fireplace, ch/a, New Stove & Dishwasher, Stackable Washer/Dryer $700/month $600deposit 409-7989 No Sec 8

W or D $65 up, sets $150 up, stove/fridge $125 up, We Buy Appliances! 3436 SW 29th 549-7004 GE side x side refrig with ice maker, white, exc cond. $200obo. 685-1835 Washer, Dryer, fridge, stove, freezer $100ea. Can deliv 820-8727 216-8318 Washer & Dryer Set Super Cap. Tub, Like New $350 »»» 248-4070

MAYFAIR Great location! 1/2 bd W/D hdwd flr quiet secure ngbrhood ¡947-5665 Putnam Heights Plaza 1bed, ch/a, Dishwasher 1830 NW 39th 524-5907

KAT Properties-Apt & Homes for rent. Scan this with your phone app

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

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

LEASE OR LEASE TO OWN Open 3PM Sun 5bd 4ba 3700sf nice ingr. pool! wetbar, 3 car, 2 story, 9908 Rockwell Terr $1750mo $259,000 209-2629 3232 Brushcreek, in Quail Creek on the golf course, 3 bed, 2.5 bath, 2 car, 1 FP, $1875 mo, $1500 dep. ¡ 831-0825 2 BD 1 BTH 1 CAR 3813 N. DREXEL BLVD 650mth 650dep W/D Connec 405-618-6564 7032 Stony Creek, 3/2/2 fp, fenced, NO Pets $975mo $900dep, Move in mid May TMS Prop 348-0720

Luxury Duplex Moore 901 SW 36th 3bed, 2ba, 2 Car Garage, 2200 $1500/mo 405-517-7730

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 1985 Mitsubishi MT300 35hp diesel tractor in good cond. 5' 3pt. brush hog, 5' disc, 2 bottom AC plow, 8' 3pt. field cultivtr. pull type 8' springtooth; hay rake, 3pt post hole digger, 3pt single shank sub soiler, 3pt scoop, 300 gal fuel storage tank on steel stand $50-$2500 ElReno » 405-517-5281 2955 John Deere w/cab & 720 JD loader, 5578 hrs, good rubber, needs paint, $17,500. 405-306-5137 JD 2010 tractor, 3pt. $2450; JD 4010 tractor, 3pt. $4200 405-612-0002

Washer & Dryer $100ea obo; Bar-B-Que grill $75; Vaporlite, like new $75; 2 recliner chairs $50ea; small couch $75. 657-8189 Large 3bd, 1ba House for Sale TO BE MOVED. Call 405-388-3895

Couch & Chair, leather arms & base, beige corduroy cushions, end table/coffee table w/drawers $550. 405-715-2557

1 blk W of NW 10 & Rockwell: 2b, 1b, $450; 1b, 1b, $360; storm cellar, family owned, trees, 787-1030.

2yr old leather contemporary eggshell theatre loveseat, purchased @ Suburban for $1800, like new $550. Brenda 820-6996

4bd, 2ba on 5acres, strm shelter & strg bldgs in Jones. 405-601-2215

Qn bed $200; reg bed $100; 2 triple dressers $100ea; hutch $125; desk $25; sofa $100. OBO 682-0674 QUEEN PILLOW-TOP MATTRESS. Still in plastic! Unused. Must Sell! $175 ¡‘¡ 405-620-1913

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

Time Share in Disney World-Orlando. Lovely unit. Sleeps 4. 405-410-1616

WANTED IMMEDIATELY outside city limits for me & my dogs. 405-432-9991

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 MOVING AUCTION Sat Apr 14, 10AM 10201 N Dobbs Harrah OK For info & pics see: www.d-dauctions.com 405-640-6039

Handicapped scooter $400; Electric wheelchair $400; Lift scooter/ wheelchair inside vehicle $275 »»» 488-7017

Blubaugh Angus Ranch Tonkawa, OK ANNUAL SALE April 14, 2012 160 Lots to Sale Reg. & Comm. Bulls, Heifers, & 2-Yr-Old Pairs Sale Starts at 11 AM Call for Directions and Catalogs Scott (580) 761-0923

For Sale

Registered Angus Bulls All bulls are breeding age and ready to go to work. For more information, contact Brett at Odell Angus Ranch. Cell (580) 421-2355. 10 REG ANGUS BULLS (12-14 MO) NORTHERN GENETICS, LOW BIRTH WEIGHT, VET CKD, ALL SHOTS AND WORMED. $2,000 & UP 405-247-2168 20 big black breeding age crossbred heifers. Average 800-900lbs, $1300ea. Evenings: 405-379-3109 Gelbvieh Bulls Black, polled & great genetics, Service Ready 405-880-2564 2 Full blood Jersey Nurse Cows, bred back to Jersey Bull. Call 405-388-3895

3 Buildings Full - Good Used Office Furniture. 510 W. Reno 236-3166

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

Belgian Malinois Puppies Home Protection Dogs AKC, 6 weeks old 3/31, $450, (918) 630-8678 BICHON FRISE, Pure Bred, 2M, young, 1 AKC, $225-$250; 2M , 8/9 weeks, $300; 214-7857.

Bird Dogs

English Setter Pups 9F/ 2M Whelped 3/12/12. FDSB. Taking reservations $400. 405.406.2404 Blue Heeler 1 yr old F, all shots, very friendly, needs good home. $50. (405) 650-0367 527-8507 Border Collie Pups ABCA Working stock. s/ w $200. 405-414-1318 Border Collie/Blue Heeler Puppies $50ea POP Call Sherry 405-274-0402

Custom Portable Buildings Wood construction. Custom to fit your needs, buy straight from builder. Specializing in garages & cabins »» 405-312-4432 »» customportablesheds.com

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

Airedale Puppies, AKC, 9 wks, Parent on site, shts, wrmd, $200. Call 405-238-9510 444-0777

5x8, 5x10, 6x12, w/gates; like new 16 foot tandem; $650-$1050 Cash 670-1850 Aussie Pups, AKC, 5 males, merles and tris, POP, S/W, adorable, $350-$500, 580-606-0799

Aussie Pups, AKC, 5 males, merles and tris, POP, S/W, adorable, $350-$500, 580-606-0799

Loving cats, various ages & colors, spayed, shots ’ $25 each 722-9384 ’

Basset Hound, UKC, beautiful, very unique color, choc. & white, 5M 1F $400, POP, Ready Now! 580-656-0867

Maine Coon Kittens 7 wks, 1M, 2F, POP w/ blood test & refs avail. $300cash. 405-397-1773

Beagle Puppies, AKC Beautiful black back, M $200ea; F $225ea (405)830-5351/279-2504

Rascal 600 power electrcic scooter with swivel chair $1200, 406-2379

Persian/Himmi kittens, males, doll face, orange & white $150. 405-761-8423

Beagle Pups, 3M, tri color, full blood, 6 wks, $150 ea. ’ 769-6369

4 wheel, red, Quickie P-11 apt. size scooter w/new batteries $675. 414-2895

Kitty Wranglers Cat Rescue Calico-Tabby-blk-buff Spyd /neut L/S hair $40 722-9622

BEAGLES 1M, 1F, adults. rabbit hunters $50/both 580-467-4308

DOBERMAN PUPPIES 5males 4females Need tails cut at 6 months old, Beautiful, 12 weeks old $300. BRANDY (405)562-0250

Jack Russells ACA Reg. 3 Males Tri-color DOB 1-31-12 S/W shorties $260 Bob 580-330-0673

Eng. Mastiff Pups! AKC, great bldlines, vet checked, s/w, POP, tru elovemastiffs.webs.com $900. 405-609-7597 English Bulldog AKC Male, 16 months. White with reverse brindle markings. All shots and records up to date. $1500 Call Amber: (405) 414-4909 English Bulldogs AKC Male, 4 month, 23 Champion, Show quality, $2000. 405-203-1734 or 405-406-1924

HAVANESE PUPPIES Pure Bred. See & pick yours for Easter. $500 www.4053548518.com

Lab, 1 Year Old Black Need good home for neutered, crate trained, and housebroken lab. $25 Natasha (405)823-6095 Lab AKC, lt cream yel F, 7wks, health guar., $225, 570-5768, no text. Lab AKC Puppies Males, 2 blk, 1 choc. 2 rounds of shots and worming. 10 wks. $200250 After 4 p.m. 822-2753. Labradoodle Puppies, CKC, F2B, multi colors, 4M, 2F $800 ¡¡ 823-9312

Bull Terrier puppies AKC 6wks old 1st shots & wormed $800ea 269-3084

English Bulldog Puppies AKC,vet che'd healthy!, CH lines, $1000-$1200 www.burtonbullies.com, 918-696-0726

LAB RETRIEVERS 9 wks on EASTER! AKC BLOCKHEAD D/W/S, ENS, champs & hunters in ped, delivery avail $350. 580-399-9461

Cairn, AKC, Female, Toto Wizard of Oz, $250 580-583-2696

English Bulldogs English Bulldogs 1F/2M 8 mo old, AKC, pet home, $800. 405-592-9547

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

English Mastiff Pups and Adult Purebred, 2 F,born 2/2/ 12; 2 yr F $350 Pups; $200 Adult (OBO) 405-409-0635 French Bulldog Pups, AKC registered $1100 432-235-9986

CHIHUAHUAS, Tea Cup Beautiful Colors $175 380-4988 or 380-4989 Chihuahuas, 7 wks EXTRA TINY TEACUPS $250 Cash ¡ 519-8584

CHINESE SHAR-PEIs AKC,blacks & fawns $300 0B0 300 580-3472161 OR EMAIL US AT tlfrank@windstream.net CHOWS AKC 1 BLACK FEMALE, 2 CINNAMON MALES, 1 RED MALE, S/W, ADORABLE $400 CALL OR TEXT 580-641-2624 Cockers, 4 AKC pups, Beauties! groomed, shots, $250, 405-408-8724.

Cocker Spaniels AKC CHOCOLATE pics/videos www.browncockers.com $600 Text 405-205-5037

Lovable

Kitten -has shots $15 Call 436-7217

Havanese AKC, F & M, choc, black, small! $500$600 ’ 819-0547 ’

Labrador Retrievers Silver pups 6 wks Call for price 405-213-8280

BOSTON TERRIER AKC puppy. Rare blue & white Female. S/W.DC, microchp. $500 405-612-5008

Chihuahua K Dachshund CUTE TEENY PUPS, 7wks $150 Cash ¡ 519-8584 350 ADORABLE PETS AT FREE TO LIVE NEAR EDMOND. ALL DOGS & CATS Shts & neut $60. 282-8617 www.freetoliveok.org

DOBERMAN, AKC, All blk & rust, puppies from 15-21 wks, M&F, all champion bloodlines, $150-$450; F Min Pin, 9 mos old, blk & rust $75; Adult Dobermans, $200-$400; 405-604-1095, 823-0390.

English Bulldog Puppies Three male AKC registered English Bulldog Puppies. $1,500-$2,000 580-235-9393

CHIHUAHUA Extra Tiny 7 wks $200 Cash obo 405-414-2224

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

2bd, 1ba, w/appls incl. + W&D, Edmond Schools, storage shed. No pets. 348-6240 or 623-1181

For Lease, 3/2.5/2, PC Schls, 4904 N. Brunson, $1,100/mo. 405-245-6464 3bd, 1.5ba, 2car, CH&A, PC Sch., refs req'd, $695 +dep, no Sec 8. 226-2600

ZTR Dixon, 44" cut, new blades, belts & pulleys, excellent condition, $1,850. 405-990-1647

Dixie Chopper, 60'' cut, 5 yrs, personal use only, 525 hrs $4,650. 620-1881

Black Ornamental Fence 4’x92’’ panels, $81.00/panel; 2540 SW 29th, 634-6411.

1120 W. Robinson, 4bd, 2ba, office, CH&A, 2car, $900, Company. 721-6565

2007 Hustler 42'' Mini-Z, mower, exc cond, 19hp twin, light kit, 4 sets of blades, 130 hrs on tach. . $3,600 Mike 740-9646

MURRAY Lawn mower 5.0 throttle free, $40. 4 drawer file cabinet, wood finish $35 721-6350

GEORGE RODRIQUE SILK SCREEN 36x24, gold framed, blue dog print series ''My Yellow House'' one of a kind! VALUE $5000, TAKE $3500 »» 580-369-0099

FREE DELIVERY OKC! Washer $125 Dryer $125 Refrigerators $175 Warranty & Free Del. Call 405-210-2230.

Stop shopping start riding premium JDs LX176, LX277, 318, 260, 175, 38-72'' cuts 3 others Incredible prices $850$1800 by appt. 641-9932

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Furnished/Unfurnished Bills Paid » Wkly/Monthly Wes Chase Apts, Elk Horn Apts, Hillcrest 370-1077

1105 SW 24th nice 2bd home with 1car garage, fresh paint, clean, fenced only $495 Fidelity RE 692-1661, 410-4200

929 SW 52nd. 3/1/1 Clean, CH&A, $725/mo. +$500 deposit. 691-3421

787-1620 $300 COUPON

2317 SW 31st - Large spacious 3bd home 1 car garage, ch/a, fresh paint, clean, fenced $595 Fidelity 692-1661, 410-4200

STUFF

6024 NW Expressway, large, luxury, 1 Bed, FP, pool, appl, all amenities $550. » 685-0332.

SOUTHERN OAKS For lease 2bed 2bath 2car covered patio, large living area. Schools within walking distance. $850mo + Dep 634-8220

ANIMALS

$100 Off

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

830 NW 113th St. 2bd, 2ba, fncd, stv, fridg, carport $646 + $400dep. Sec. 8 ok, No pets, 748-6129

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Wilshire Valley Apts. Newly Renovated 1, 2 & 3 bed apts. S8 Ok. Now Acc. 2 bd voucher for 3bd w/ income. Call 475-9984.

Cocker Spaniel Pups AKC Born 2/18/12, Adorable $300 neg. 405-585-3190 del avail. Corgi 3/4, Lab 1/4, 7wks 9 short fuzzy tris & sable t/dc $150 405-313-8152 Dachshund, Mini, Regist S/W, M/F, LH/SH Pics at jeffcoatspuppypaws.com $200-$400 405-401-9212 Dachshund Mini Puppy Male, Born 12/6/11, Very Sweet, Shots, AKC, Chipped. $200. 405-779-5415

German Shepherd AKC Pups & Adults, Champion Heidelberg's $850 ¡ 918-261-4729 German Shepherd AKC S/W POP 6wks blk/ silver,blk/tan & sable 4M 7F Adorable pups ready for a good loving home 375.00 405-664-4517 or 405-650-2910 German Shepherd AKC Puppies, $500. 4 generation pedigree provided, POP, great for family and protection. WILL BE LARGE. 405-285-5875 German Shepherd Pups AKC black and red. View at www.german shepherdsoflawton.com $400 580-917-2323 German Shorthair Pointer AKC reg, 10 wks, 3F, $250ea. 405-282-5324 GOLDENDOODLE PUPS See www.puffypups.com for picts $800. 580-467-1876 Goldendoodle, AKC St Poodles, Aussiedoodles info @ cell 918-791-8800 Goldendoodle-Mini, 3M, cream, s/w, $1000, (580)641-1597/641-2737 Golden Retriever 4 yr F, full blood, spayed, free to good home 584-2429 Great Dane AKC M Fawn $250; Harlequin F $175. (405)387-4971 or 740-6001 Great Pyrenees, AKC Reg. 1M, 2F, 7 wks, s/w, $300 ¡ 405-258-8884


Business Opportunity

Poodle, AKC, Parti, Female Apricot & White, Super Tiny & Cute, $250. 580-583-2696

Maltese Puppies, CKC, 2F, 2M, $450-$600 ea, Ready 4/14. Taking dep. 405-313-8355

POODLE, Standard AKC all ages. $250-$500. SE Okla ’’ 620-988-2737

MALTESE puppies, AKC, M&F, socialized, $400$600, 580-660-5336, #165. Min Pin ACA pups. 7wks. E/T/DC S/W. $300each 570-9134 » 570-9163

Poodle-Toy Puppies 10 weeks old AKC Wormed Shots POP 4 Males. $500 to $600. 405-808-4877

Shih Tzu/Pug mix, Adorable, s/w, 12 weeks, $150, ’’ 887-0632 ’’

Schnauzer, AKC, chocolate/white, Parti, Female $300. 580-583-2696 Schnauzer, Mini, pups, s/w/e/t, microchipped, $175-$225, 405-503-2272

SCHNAUZER AKC, TOY, SZ, CHOC PARTI, E/S/W GUAR, $500, 348-9612. SCHNAUZERS, AKC Mini, 2 Males, S/W $250 ¡ 405-612-1478

Papillons, AKC, 1M, 1F, precious tri color, 6 wks, $450/$550, 405-905-6220

Schnoodle Female, chocolate/white socks, Mom is house pet. We'll miss her! $350 306-2878

Pit Bullies, Razor/Gottie, Beautiful, short & stocky, s/w, papers, M&D on site, show quality, all colors, 7 F$450, 4 M $500. 637-8708 Pit Bull puppies, ADBA, blue nose Bullies, s/w, males only, $500, 580478-5738.

Pom, ACA, 11wks, M, Exotic Parti, s/w, $125 405-626-6703 no text

Rat Terrier O , Boston Terrier N , 6 wks, S/W, $75 ea CASH, 306-7083. Rott/German, F, adult $175obo, no papers, spayed. 525-0998 or 551-0980

Scottish Terriers Perfect Easter basket gift! 2 AKC wheaten males. 12w, first 3 vx, microchip, pedigree $400.00 405-517-6244 www.smoorescotties. com

Rottweilers, German, 2 adults, non-breeding, 1M, 1 F, very gentle, good with kids, $300 each, Call 405-279-3103. ROTTWEILER PUPS 4F German, 10 wks, sire 140 lbs+ s/w/t/dc POP $350 405-570-5533; 778-4079

Shih Tzu, 1 F, 8wks, $275, reg., black & white, S/W. 405-379-3553

BABY BUNNIES yng breeders , Lionheads other breeds $30 823-7848

Weineramer Easter Puppies, AKC, T/D, DC, shots, vet ckd 4F $500ea 2M $450ea 7 wks old (580)467-5104/656-6543 Yorki-Maltese (Morkie) ITTY-BITTY! Adorable $495 Visa/MC 405-826-4557 Yorki-Poo, absolutely adorable, TINY! $395 Visa/MC 405-826-4557 Yorkie, 1 reg female pup, s/w, 5-6lbs when grown, $425cash. 659-9256 YORKIE, ACA, 2 XS F, Awesome & Playful, s/w $800, 580-660-5336, #165

2006 Winnebago View exc cond fully self contained 14/18mpg, 29K mi $48,000, 405-431-7177

2008 31 foot Puma TT Jumbo slide, ac, awning, TV, $11,400, 330-1880.

2004NITRO 288SPORT FISH/SKI LAKE READY/CUSTM CVR $13900. BRYAN 405-831-7541

25' Travel Trailer, very good condition. $5500/ OBO. 405-596-5301

YORKIE ACA, Very Small, Only 1.5 lb, Very Playful Teddy Bear face 14 wk F s&w $800 ¡ 580-271-8108

Clear, Beautiful Lake Tenkiller! Boat Slips for Lease » 918-457-5674 »

Conceal/Carry Class $40 Gun, ammo, range provided. 405-818-7904

3 PUPPIES FOR SALE $200EA. OBO 405-810-2907

MINIATURE JENNY - 6 mo., spotted, very gentle. $200. 405-779-1631

Okla alfalfa hay or bermuda, $12 per bale, straw $4, 323-7409 or 590-5604

Catalog horse sale, Stillwater, OK, May 12th. Catalog deadline May 1st. Sellers from all over the US. Call 580-2270459 or www.heartofcowboycountry.com Red Roan mare, 8 y/o, Cute, Gentle, broke for anyone, $1,000. 580-583-2696

2011 Harley Davidson Softail Heritage Classic FLSTC pristine condition! Only 700 miles. Still has factory warranty and rides great. $18,000 (Negotiable) If interested please contact Gary (724) 317-6887. '09 H-D Heritage Classic motorcycle ex. cond. 10,500 miles no free rides $13,500.00 405-263-7562

Yng Beagle Mix, mostly black. on N Villa at 59th to ID 231-5200 lv msg

2001 Yamaha Roadstar Midnight Star, 21,000 miles, runs, looks and sounds great, windshield, extra set of Cobra long shots, luggage rack, new front tire, Fat Boy front fender, have stock fender, $4495, 640-8671.

Female, silver Schnauzer, found on 58th & Penn, Please call to id 243-9381.

1998 Neosho red Starlight M-19, cargo trailer, $1000, 672-9337.

Small F blonde Chihuahua, on 3/28 near 63rd & Vermont. Call to ID, 949-2156

'97 Dyna Wide Glide, 10K orig miles (PERFECT). $12,500 » 405-245-6464

Female, blonde Chihuahua mix, Westlake Addn, OKC Call to id 570-6382.

'87 Honda GW Interstate Clean, Low Mileage $3,500 ¡‘¡ 405-921-5690 '80 Kaw KZ750, 9K, exc cond, runs great, new paint, $1650 obo, 905-6220

1 HF Congo Grey Babies, $495 Cash 580-320-3802 Konawa (SE 60mi of Okc)

Last seen on NW 39th & Portland **Black/White fem Pointer mix. Shelter ID tattoo on stomach.** Black/Brown male Chih mix. Scar across nose.** REWARD!! 405.919.6955

HondaDream 1965, $1,600; Lincoln pipeline welder on trailer, $1,200. 745-2124

Lrg Male dog neutered brownish red color S Eastern, Moore 314-0001

Divorces $99. 474-2375

Zax's Plumbing, Sewer & Drain.Complete sewer & drain cleaning/plbg repair. lic/bond/ins Sr disc. 409-7118 Backhoe work, sewer line replacement, septic systems, tractor, bobcat, 794-6535.

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.

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 PIER Drilling Company Small established profitable Can train. 405-670-2676 Operating restaurant & bar for lease. 5805 NW 50th. 640-7209

AIRE-MEN 1st lb Freon Free $59 S.C. A+ BBB accredited Co. #76029 Call 923-0477

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 Oil Land 4 lease. Logan, NE 1/4, Sec 2, 17N, R3W 620-660-0256, 9-5 only

REPAIR & NEW FENCES 36 yrs experience, 631-1925

Affordable Rain Gutters Seamless Aluminum, Cleanout, Repairs, Leaf Guard, 405-728-7246.

¡¡ Gutter Man ¡¡ Seamless rain guttering Free Est. ¡ 405-203-2004 Custom Gutters Inc. New & repair; all kinds; warranty; Visa/MC; 528-4722.

HOME IMPROVE. REPAIRS. REMODEL. ROOFING. FREE ESTIMATES. 410-2495

AC SPRING Special! Service & Install » 215-8498

Mr. Fixit Handyman Service. We do it all for less. Free est. Bond. Ins. Visa/MC 603-6104

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

RESIDNTIAL HAULING & CLEANING, 630-5484.

Carpet Clean $10rm Repr Stretch Install 882-4592

BIG or Small, We Haul & Clean it All! ¡¡ 409-3681

Carport, Patio, Awning

Landscaping

Roofing¡Painting ¡ Free Est ¡ 812-1608 ¡

Sprinkler Systems Sprinkler Systems, Fencing Install & Repair, Free Est, Ins, 200-3983.

Leaky Showers, Tubs & Tile Floors 33 yrs 728-0545 D&D Tile & Remodeling 29 yrs exp. ¡‘¡ 971-4492

All Professional Tree Service. Senior Discount. 50 mile radius. 885-2572 J&J Landscaping, Tree & Lawn Service, since 1990 Ins. Free Est. 209-7456. » GENE’S TREE SERVICE» Insured-Free Est. 682-2100. L & R Tree Serv, Low Prices, Insured, Free Est, 946-3369. » GENE’S TREE SERVICE» Insured-Free Est. 682-2100.

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

"Cough".....Its time for a spring cleaning! Call A Fresh Start @ 326-4332 Sunshine Cleaning Service ins/bond 793-1630, 625-3930 Cleaning Services for Res. & Move Outs. 213-8246

Oil & Gas leases for sale in Payne County, Oklahoma, approximately 450 acres carrying an 80% net revenue interest. Please contact Bay Petroleum Corp at 405-372-2738 or email us at baypetroleumcorp@aol.com

PRESTIGE FENCE CO. Free est on new & repair. 317-0474 or 863-4242.

Garage Doors & Openers Sales & Service 794-1718

NW 36 & Macarthur. 35 lb. fem pointer/lab mix. white/blk. shelter ID # tattoo on belly. Call 405-919-6955

F Corgi/Heeler Mix, @ Walmart Super Ctr in Moore now @ Moore Animal Sheltr

Sm. black/brown dog, 3/26 near Memorial & Bryant. 478-0579 or 471-4176

Buying oil & gas properties, any status, pay top $$$ 800-880-8004, 405-740-9000

LOST DOG

Love to serve others? Do this and serve your pocketbook as well by purchasing our national franchise rights for Oklahoma City. kpfranchise@gmail.com

3 small dogs, 2 b/w, 1 Chihuahua, Memorial Rd near Jones. 405-301-0520

BUDDY'S PLUMBING, INC. All types, repair & remodel, gas, water and sewer ¡ 405-528-7733

PROFESSIONAL AFFORDABLE DO IT ALL 408-7513

LOST DOGS!

6 person hot tub with gazebo, tear down & take $1500 229-7437 Golf Car Center Yamaha, E-Z-GO New/Used 2622221 Okc, 866-323-2221

Bill's Painting & Home Repairs. Quality Work! Free Estimates 735-8982

BACKHOE-BOBCAT TRACTOR, 341-5404

'93 Twin 502 Mach 1, 34' w/3axle alum trailer, $30000 obo 405-245-6464

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Yorkie Terrier Pups, AKC 2 Males, 16 weeks old, $400 each. 405-779-1685

Excavating, Backhoe, Tractor Work

2003 37' Damon Intruder MH, very good cond, 51k miles, 2 slides, $37,900. 405-341-1098

WE BUY GUNS Mustang Pawn & Gun Over 1,000 New/Used Guns Tue-Sat 9-6 376-GUNS

Yorkies, AKC, 8wks M/F, $300-$500, s/w/dc 580-319-8924

RAY'S ELECTRIC »»» 820-7466 »»»

'08 40' Luxury 5th Wheel 2 bedroom, 2 slides, 3AC, washer & dryer. Need to Sell. $25,500. 249-5634

14' Larson Watercraft boat, trailer & motor $650 cash. 405-354-2660

YORKIE PUPPIES, AKC S/W/T/DC ‘ M $400, F $550 ‘ 580-892-3063 or 405-712-1943

SHARPE'S ELECTRIC & Heat & Air OKC 341-8488

'00 37' Newmar Kountry Star Class A Motorhome, 1 large slide, V10 Ford gas engine, 33,500 miles, stored inside. MUST SEE! $43,000 negotiable 580-747-1935

Yorkie 1/2 Chihuahua 1/2, tiny toy M, look like Yorkie, 8 wks, s&w, $100 ’’ 405-574-2212

Yorkie Puppies, Reg., parti & traditional, M&F $400-$1000 580-819-2541 weatherfordyorkies.com

Rose Electric LLC Service calls #87915 405-703-4556

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Pit Bull Razors Edge/ Gotti line Bullies, 2 M, 16 wks, $1000ea. sire 120 lbs, out of California kennel, website: oklahomablue thunderbullies.com

Poodles, AKC, Tiny Toy, 3F, DOB 2/10/12, red, S/W, Vet ck'd, Home raised $800-$1000, 405-740-1637

Shih Tzu Puppies, Reg, 8wks, blk/wht, brw/wht, s/w, F $300ea 990-6333

Easter Bunnies Lit trnd Holland Lops, Lion Heads, Mini Rex $35-$40 ea. Hand raised 794-6836

Elderly Services Senior/Companion Care will do lite cooking, housekeeping & errands 664-7552

2011 Allegro Breeze 32ft Class A rear diesel Mtr Hm, all options + in-motion satellite & extras. Garage kept. 4400 miles, 15mpg. Factory updates & service. 2010 Mtr Hm of the Year Award Winnner! $170K New. Illness forces sale @ $150,000 ¡ 405-514-3928

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Morkies, Adorable, prespoiled, s/w, $200-$250, ’’ 887-0632 ’’

Shih Tzu AKC/CKC $275-$400 okcpoms.com OK#02 405-609-9241

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Maltese, M&F, 8-10 months, 3-4 pounds, $200-$300 ¡405-392-4717

Rotweiller Puppies 3 Left Must Go We have 3 of 7 puppies left from litter(1m/2f) 1/15/2012. AKC. Wewoka, OK $275. 1-405-220-2195

Rabbits Lionhead and Dutch. 8 wks and older. $35 Damon at (405) 255-8152

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SERVICE DIRECTORY

POM Pups, Tiny, Teacup Male, $350. Small $200$450 580-935-6702

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

FINANCIAL

Mal-Shih, 2 Cute 4 Words TINY! $395 Visa/MC 405-826-4557

Pomeranians AKC 4blk males 1 blk female born 2/22/2012 $350. 405 990 0157 Guthrie

Rottweilers, AKC, 8 wks, sire 140 lbs, Quality pups $800 ea. » 223-8592

TAKE NOTE

Labs AKC

Choc, Blonde & Black. Hunting and Champion in pedi, S/W, Ready April 24. $300 (405)756-7815

Pomeranian/Shih Tzu white, m/f, 1st s/w adorable fur balls, very playful $300 405-240-2721

REC REATION

LABS (mix?), 1yr & 2yr, shots, spayed, loving, ’ $25 ea. 722-9384 ’

Tressa's Cleaning Service Bonded & Ins. ‘ 410-5847

Drives, Foundations, Patios. Lic./Bond./Ins. Free Estimates 769-3094

Drywall Ceiling & Wall Doctor Roofing & Remodeling ‚ Acoustic popcorn removal ‚ Drywall repair ‚ Custom hand trowel finishes & spray finishes ‚ Interior/Exterior painting ‚ Powerwashing Call Jeff for free estimate at 405-408-5453, insured.

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

ShowStopper Landscapes Mowing ¡ Landscapes ¡¡ Much More ¡¡ VETERAN OWNED JEFF ¡¡ 405-206-2520 4-EVERGREEN Lawn Care Residential, Commercial & Acreages. Serving all OKC metro ‘ Call Jeff 443-6653 Yard Work, Mowing & Clean Up ¡ Reasonable Prices ¡‘¡ 651-4104 All Yard Work, Serving NW OKC, 27 years exp., Ins., Marcelo, 919-6494. FIREFIGHTER MOWING lawns » scalping » spring clean ups. 405-316-0466 Brush hog/Finish mowing, vacant lots, S OKC. 570-9607 Brshhog, boxblade, roto, $40/hr, 3hr min 227-3517 Landscape/Lawns, tree trim, irri repairs. 882-2814 Rototilling, all yard work & more, 789-3062/682-6383.


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