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DECEMBER 19 JANUARY 5 VOL. 8 ISSUE 26 L O O K AT O KC . C O M

WE TAKE A LOOK BACK AT THE BEST (AND WORST) OF THIS YEAR IN MUSIC + MOVIES + LOCAL CONCERTS + FASHION TRENDS STORY ON PAGE 20


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his year’s “Static Christmas,” recorded on Dec. 1 at Kamps and now streaming at lookatokc.newsok.com, builds on what has become a great holiday tradition for the series: bringing local artists together to pool their talents and create new Christmas memories rooted in Oklahoma City’s music scene. In the last few days of Advent in 2009, as we were just closing out our first year of “Static,” Wayne Coyne and Steven Drozd of The Flaming Lips started the “Static Christmas/Static Holiday Sessions.” In the middle of rehearsals for their New Year’s Eve performance of Pink Floyd’s “The Dark Side of the Moon,” Coyne and Drozd joined us in the NewsOK Studios to perform their beautifully megaphone’d versions of “Silent Night” and “White Christmas,” followed by an off-the-cuff reading of “‘Twas the Night Before Christmas.” This was a hard episode to top, and so we shifted directions in 2010, inviting multiple performers to join us at Urban Roots in Deep Deuce for one of our earliest remote sessions for Static. We asked several performers to pair up and collaborate on Christmas classics, and the performances were varied but uniformly stunning. That year, Jabee and Dr. Pants performed the Run-DMC classic “Christmas in Hollis,” Daniel Walcher and Skating Polly joined for John Lennon’s “Happy Xmas (War is Over),” brothers Matt and Joe Stansberry did “White Christmas,” Sherree Chamberlain harmonized with Brine Webb on “Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas,” K.C. Clifford and Jami Smith blended together on “Draw Near,” and Cami Stinson, Cara Black and Jeremy Thomas closed it out with their soul-gospel reading of “Silent Night.” It was a concept that worked beautifully, and last year we relocated to the Deep Deuce Grill for another holiday special. Denver Duncan joined OK Sweetheart’s Erin Austin on “Baby It’s Cold Outside,” Stinson returned to perform with The Nghiems on “I Wish It Was Christmas Today,” Marcy Priest and Sean C. Johnson BY GEORGE LANG played on the Vince Guaraldi Trio classic “Christmas LOOKATOKC EDITOR Time is Here,” newlyweds Maggie McClure and Shane GLANG@OPUBCO.COM Henry played “All I Want for Christmas is You,” and BLOG.NEWSOK.COM/ Chase Kerby and Chelsey Cope capped off the show STATICBLOG with “I’ll be Home for Christmas.” Each year of “Static Christmas” seems to bring a new character or stylistic theme, and the new special captured at Kamps evokes more recent holiday traditions. While Duncan returned to play an inspired and inspiring version of the Christmas hymn “Go Tell It On the Mountain” with Brianna Gaither, this year’s collection was dominated by late-20th century Christmas pop. Other than “Mountain,” the oldest song performed this year was “Blue Christmas,” which was given a swooning blues reading by Feathered Rabbit and slide guitarist Moon. The newest was Mont Lyons and Alyssa Jackson’s beautifully baroque performance of Sufjan Stevens’ “Christmas Unicorn,” and the set was rounded out by two songs from polar ends of my childhood: Honeylark and Horse Thief’s Cameron Neal playing “You’re a Mean One, Mr. Grinch” and O Fidelis and The Grown Ups on “Last Christmas” by Wham! All these performances, new and old, can be seen at static.newsok.com and through lookatokc.newsok.com right now. I cannot thank videographer/producer Kyle Roberts, producer/organizer Kerry Myers, Kamps owner James Vu, videographer Garett Fisbeck, soundmen Royce Sharp and Michael Clardy and our on-staff sound mixer Todd Fraser for devoting so much time and effort. Most of all, these performers gave up several prime hours on a Saturday to make this year’s “Static Christmas” so memorable. This makes a great new chapter in our “Static Christmas” tradition, and an excellent local addition to your holiday soundtrack.


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13 | ‘Holidaydream’ Dallas-based Polyphonic Spree has finally made its first holiday album.

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KERRY MYERS

Celebrate the end of the world with apocalyptically great local music

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t’s the end of the world as we know it, or so the Mayans would have you believe, and there are plenty of parties to celebrate. Remember all the hype around Y2K? Well, as that fake catastrophe proved, we can pretend it’s the last night on Earth, for just one night. » Dec. 20: Kamps Lounge Presents Adam and Albert Aguilar, Acoustic. Every Thursday night,

Kamps Lounge hosts great acoustic acts. If you are looking for a place to grab a drink and some food while lounging and visiting with friends, this is the place to be. Adam and Albert are brothers, rarely perform together and are very good at what they do — be sure to catch this one 8 p.m. free show. » Dec. 20: Parker Millsap at Club One15. Parker has been a favorite of

mine for quite some time now. Club One15, formerly America’s Pub, has undergone a complete makeover – restaurant in the front, club in the back. I’m assuming that at 9 p.m., Millsap will be performing an acoustic set in the dining

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area. If you are willing to brave Bricktown traffic, do this. » Dec. 20: Kevin Watson at Picasso’s. Kevin Watson is an old favorite

of mine, and he used to play brunches at Picasso’s, giving off a very folkie, raw vibe. For the past year or so, Kevin has been out to sea instead of on the road, playing on cruise ships. He’s home now, and will be having his first homecoming show at 10 p.m. at his favorite spot in the Paseo. » Dec. 21: Fowler VW Presents The End of The World with A.Dd+ at Opolis. This will be

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» Dec. 21: Trixies Presents The End of The World at The Chameleon Room. This show includes eight

bands to bring on the apocalypse, and if you want something heavy, go here. Metal and heavy rock bands will be shredding into the night. Bands like Everybody Panic! and Killer Gandhi are sure to be show highlights. If pierced, tattooed people scare you, don’t go here.

» Dec. 21: Apocalypse Party: Zombies vs. Mayans featuring Colin Nance and Taddy Porter, Kamps Lounge. Colin Nance has

worked with so many musicians that I am starting to lose count, and he and Taddy Porter are working on some compilations for this particular night. Taddy Porter, the Stillwater natives who recently signed to a major booking company, are putting on a special show in their home state just in case it really is their last night on Earth. This is a dress-up party, zombies and Mayans.

»»» WATCH THIS » Samantha Crain and Daniel Foulks covers Neil Young’s “Tell Me Why”.

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» In the spirit of the holidays, Brine Webb, Nathan Poppe, David Bizzaro and Jonathan Fowler created this puppeteer gem.

» During NewsOk.com’s Static Holiday Sessions, O Fidelis and The Grown Ups covered “Last Christmas” by Wham! You’re welcome.


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MATT CARNEY

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The ‘droids I was looking for H E A D P H O N E T I C S ’ FAV O R I T E A L B U M O F 2 0 1 2

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n the last issue of LOOKatOKC, I called Japandroids’ “Celebration Rock” the Vancouver band’s second release a hysterical, flawed, and deeply funny album. Even in a year that wasn’t short on great records —especially great rock records from small labels as I noted back in my July 18 column— “Celebration Rock” stands out as exuberant, gleeful, and giddy, qualities that are noticeably absent in the landscape of critically respected rock ‘n’ roll at the moment. Its aim was best articulated in June when one of my favorite music scribes Steven Hyden wrote for Grantland.com that the album makes “a mighty lunge at the pantheon of great rock records.” Like Disney films and the most puerile pop music, “Celebration Rock” exists in a place where good and evil have drawn sides and taken up arms against each other. True to its packaging (nearly identical to that of its formative predecessor “Post-Nothing”), these eight songs clash for 35 minutes in clear-cut black and white conflicts. Love and death. Youth and old age. Light and darkness. Noise and silence. Heaven and hell. Much of rock ‘n’ roll’s richest work inhabits this place of stark contrast, the intersection where the two polarities meet. It’s in the DNA of the genre’s oldest stories

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going back to when Robert Johnson tossed the devil his soul in exchanged for fame and fortune. Elvis Presley, Little Richard, and Jerry Lee Lewis drew the line between youth and their parents. Jimmy Page and Robert Plant spun fantastic tales of mortality and war with the ancients. Bruce Springsteen scaled the epic back and moved the darkness to the edge of town. Black Flag took the fight to consumerism and turned rock ‘n’ roll around to face its own excesses in the process. Despite recently entering their 30s, Japandroids embrace this mythology like wide-eyed teenagers and incorporate it into their songwriting at every turn. The opening guitar salvo on“Evil’s Sway” sets the same tone of fearful expectation as AC/DC’s “Hell’s Bells,” but as if Malcolm Young decided he wanted to finish the song in half the time. Guitarist and lead

shouter Brian King burns through two minutes of fiery sunset before issuing his paramour this directive: “Boldly surrender/to me and to the night”. The “Oh yeah! Alright!” chorus that follows reminds me of Tom Petty’s “American Girl” every time. Appropriately anthemic throughout, “Celebration Rock” revs and growls its way forward to “Younger Us” and “The House That Heaven Built,” the best consecutive two-song punch on any record I’ve heard in a long time. If The Hold Steady are content to knock back a few beers and reminisce on those “Massive Nights,” then “Younger Us” downs flaming shots, yanks a cop’s gun off his holster and streaks naked out of the bar and into the street. It’s about that one night when you were indestructible. The song clatters to a close and “The

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House That Heaven Built” swells into an epic tale of the time “when the soul of the city was laid to rest/And the nights forgotten and left for dead.” Eventually, King’s guitar chunking catches up with David Prowse’s breakneck pace on the snares, just before dropping out from beneath a third verse about a “lifeless life with no fixed address to give.” Even in their wandering, Japandroids sound triumphant. But here’s where we encounter the album’s shortcomings. For all its heroics and valor, it’s terribly reductive. The characters are either deathless heroes or the objects of their profound affections, girls of the “chicks” variety. For all the party, there’s no hangover, no consequences, no consideration for your 30s and what you did in your 20s. Is it cheesy? Absolutely. But it’s unrepentant and far from indulgent. What do you expect from a band that names itself “Japandroids” and hollers its way through a whole record that’s bridged by a song called “Adrenaline Nightshift”? Littered with power chords and unsophisticated progressions, “Celebration Rock” is not trendy. It makes no apologies, nor appeals to fashion. It takes no prisoners. It was borne by a workmanlike attitude toward touring and songwriting that would make anybody who ever purchased an SST Records pressing proud. Back in May, the duo pointed out its ordinariness to Pitchfork, citing the born talents of Jack White as a sharp contrast. “If you don’t have the gift, you have to grind away,” King said. I love “Celebration Rock” and always will. Every time I listen to it I hear two men who sound like five or six, blasting their little corner of the universe with all the noise and joie de vivre they can muster. It’s the sound of trying. It’s my favorite record of 2012.

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Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers — “American Girl” Japandroids — “Younger Us” The Hold Steady — “Massive Nights” Japandroids — “The House That Heaven Built” The White Stripes — “Ball and Biscuit”


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Find that stand-out piece of jewelry

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ewelry can be a great way to show some personality and give your outfit a “wow” factor, but sometimes it can come across like you’re about to play the lead in your community theater’s latest musical. It comes in all shapes and sizes, from rings that could put the hurt on someone to necklaces that come with a built-in dramatic statement. I host a television show in Tulsa, and I have to say it’s been difficult to figure out what jewelry works with each outfit for my on-camera life. In my head, one necklace looks good, but when I try it on, it completely invades my dress’s personal space to the point of suffocation. It’s been an experiment, but I’ve started creating guidelines for wearing jewelry. For instance, I bought one of those big bubble necklaces that are so on-trend right now. I’m going to let that stand alone when it comes to large accessories. It will look too gaudy and become optical overload if too many pieces are fighting with it to be the center of attention. Stud earrings will look best for that trend. That also goes for big scarves. You want that one statement piece to say it all. I found a guideline on Pinterest via www.charmingcharlie.com that explains which necklace styles to wear with each neckline. This should be pinned by every gal who can’t figure out what necklace to wear in the morning. And a cowl neck speaks for itself. It draws enough to the neckline that you only need a small necklace — if that — to go with it. On the other hand, a strapless or boat neckline benefits from a long necklace. I see a lot of people wearing V-necks. They can utilize that big bubble necklace we were talking about earlier, and so can a ballet neckline. Face shape is a different story. Earrings can make or break a look. I

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Ladderstyle turquoise necklace by Taja Design.

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looked back at an old video recently and had one of those “What was she thinking?” moments when I wore my hair up and noticed these gargantuan bohemian earrings overpowering my head. I literally had saucers on my ears. Dumb move. I have a heart-shaped face, so I need to stick with ear drops, chandeliers and triangle shapes that begin with a point according to www.millionlooks.com. Oval faces get it all. Almost all shapes work fine, but wearing anything too long and thin can elongate your face.

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Those with round faces should avoid hoops, studs and chunky jewelry. Just the opposite, a long and thin face shape should wear studs or other small shapes. Square or rectangle shapes should look for round shapes in their earrings to not make the faces any squarer. The basic point to this column is finding the one stand-out piece and let is be the center of attention. Your other beloved accessories will have their day another time.


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‘HOLIDAYS RULE’ — VARIOUS ARTISTS

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ere’s a seasonal sampler of ear candy for you: Paul McCartney crooning an old-fashioned arrangement of Mel Torme’s classic “The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire)” alongside indie-popsters The Shins’ Beach Boys-style cover of McCartney’s original “Wonderful Christmastime.” Yes, McCartney’s name crops up a couple of times since the variousartists collection “Holidays Rule” is, after all, on Sir Paul’s MPL Communications label, but there’s more variety to be found in here than in Forrest Gump’s box of chocolates. There’s alt-rockers fun. giving an upbeat treatment to “Sleigh Ride” with its ELO-influenced orchestral sound; singer-

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songwriter Rufus Wainwright and Sharon Van Etten doing a lounge-y jazz duet rendition of “Baby, It’s Cold Outside”; Calexico bringing a haunting Southwestern flavor to the acoustic guitar and brass of “Green Grows the Holly”; the Heartless Bastards bringing rural barroom sadness of “Blue Christmas”; Fruit Bats getting playfully folkpoppy on “It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas,” and on and on with selections both familiar and obscure by the likes of Punch Brothers, The Head and the Heart, Irma Thomas and the Preservation Jazz Hall Band, the Civil Wars and Holly Golightly. Like the liner notes say, it’s a nice list, worth checking at least twice. — Gene Triplett, entertainment editor

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x-Tripping Daisy leader Tom DeLaughter’s heavenly, robe-draped choir, the Dallas-based Polyphonic Spree, has finally made its first holiday album, “Holidaydream: Sounds of the Holidays Vol. One,” and it’s a beauty, especially if you’re enamored of the kind of orchestral dream-pop the Flaming Lips have been known to create on such modern classics as “The Soft Bulletin” and “Yoshima Battles the Pink Robots.” In fact, the music of DeLaughter’s large, theatrical assemblage has often been favorably compared to Oklahoma City’s psyche-

delic sons of the underground, which is dazzlingly justified on the Spree’s magnificent, harmony-layered cover of John Lennon and Yoko Ono’s “Happy Xmas (War Is Over),” its spacey deconstruction of “Silver Bells” (featuring the School of the Seven Bells), its shimmering reworking of “Do You Hear What I Hear?” and the joyously rhythmic “Carol of the Drum (Little Drummer Boy).” It’s all wondrous weirdness, but it maintains the spirit of the holidays — and all of its moods — throughout. — Gene Triplett, entertainment editor

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‘ T I N S E L A N D L I G H T S ’ – TRACEY THORN

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gorgeous album of yuletide melancholy, “Tinsel and Lights” offers the perfect setting for former Everything But The Girl vocalist Tracey Thorn’s resonant alto, an instrument that has deepened since her former project’s halcyon days. “You loved it as a kid, and now you need it more than you ever did,” Thorn sings on her original opener “Joy,” a perfect thesis for an album of songs about being an adult and trying to recapture Christmas spirit. Thorn only delivers two standards in the set, “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” and Joni Mitchell’s “River,” but she makes wise choices throughout, covering the wonderful “Hard Candy Christmas” (made famous by Dolly Parton) as well, songs by the White Stripes (“In the Cold, Cold Night”), Stephen Merritt (“Like a Snowman”), Sufjan Stevens (“Sister Winter”) and Scritti Politti’s Green Gartside (“Snow in Sun”). Thorn duets with Gartside on Low’s “Taking Down the Tree,” capturing the bittersweet nostalgia that sometimes comes during the season and permeates almost every track on “Tinsel and Lights.” — George Lang, LookatOKC editor

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‘THE HOBBIT: AN UNEXPECTED JOURNEY’

Rating: PG-13 (Extensive sequences of intense fantasy action violence and frightening images) Running time: 2 hours, 46 minutes Starring: Martin Freeman, Andy Serkis, Ian McKellen, Richard Armitage.

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he proper title of J.R.R. Tolkien’s 1937 illustrated children’s book is “The Hobbit, or There and Back Again.” But in the first installment of Peter Jackson’s thunderously busy and intricately detailed new trilogy, “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey,” so much time is spent laying groundwork and introducing multiple characters and plotlines that the motley pilgrims of the tale don’t even make it “there,” much less “back again.” Comprising approximately the first six chapters of Tolkien’s 19-chapter tome, “An Unexpected Journey” clocks in at just under three hours. (Subsequent films, “The Desolation of Smaug” and “There and Back Again,” will complete the story.) And while this epic-sized opening sports all the large-tableaux spectacle and deeply textured, minute detail upon detail that distinguished Jackson’s vision in the three “Lord of the Rings” movies (thanks to his New Zealand-based team of production designers, art directors, costumers, makeup artists and CGI wizards), the film seems decidedly slow getting off the mark. It opens in Middle-earth’s quaint Shire where we meet the slightly fuddy-duddy Hobbit Bilbo Baggins (Martin Freeman, low-keyed and likable),

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whose pastoral peace is interrupted in a grand appearance by the wizard Gandalf the Grey (Ian McKellen, wise and wily). Gandalf is there to recruit the reluctant Bilbo for a mysterious mission, and before he knows it Bilbo finds his tidy underground cottage overrun with 13 rowdy, roguish dwarves (a comic sequence that drags on far too long). Unable to resist the entreaties of Gandalf or the rough challenge of the dwarves’ smoldering leader, Thorin Oakenshield (brusque Richard Armitage), Bilbo finds himself swept up in a quest to reclaim the lost Dwarf Kingdom of Erebor and its massive heaps of gold from the fearsome dragon Smaug. This begins the unexpected journey that will take the pilgrims into the wild, through treacherous territories teeming with hideously disfigured orcs and goblins, snarling wargs and humongous spiders, grizzled sorcerers and a mysterious death figure known as the Necromancer. It’s here that clues to how Jackson (and co-writers Fran Walsh, Philippa Boyens and Guillermo del Toro) are managing to expand Tolkien’s simple story and pedestrian prose into three heroic films. In one instance, as the travelers are trekking along a craggy cliff in the Misty Mountains, the gnarly boulders around them come alive and morph into granite giants engaged in a crushing, stone-flinging battle. It’s

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a CGI spectacle that runs several minutes but is described in only a paragraph or two in Tolkien’s book. One of the film’s most riveting sequences takes place when Bilbo gets separated from the dwarves and finds himself lost beside a spooky underground lake. There he first encounters the feral, bug-eyed Gollum (the magnificent shape shifter Andy Serkis), discovers his own deep wells of wit and courage and seizes from Gollum the “precious” ring that figures so critically in the “Lord of the Rings” trilogy. Although the first third of the journey is given over to lots of grand chases, battles and adventures – plus Bilbo’s halting transformation from timid Hobbit to hero – the story this far seems to lack the grand sweep and propulsive urgency that made the LOTR films so utterly compelling. Perhaps the encounter with Smaug will breathe some fire into installment two, after all this requisite table setting. Still, given the film’s rich, nubby texture and amazing depth of detail (even in traditional 2D format, not to mention the High Frame Rate 3D, which is dazzling or woozy-making, depending on your point of view), Tolkien fans will undoubtedly relish this lengthy, literal interpretation and sign on zealously for the next two legs of the journey. — Dennis King, staff writer


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‘THIS IS 40’

Rating: R (Sexual content, crude humor, pervasive language and some drug use) Running time: 2 hours, 13 minutes Starring: Leslie Mann, Paul Rudd.

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eginning with 2010’s “Funny People,” writer-director Judd Apatow transitioned toward James L. Brooks-style serio-comedies about relationships that dispensed laughs and discomfort in equal doses. Apatow bills “This is 40” as the “sort-of sequel” to 2007’s “Knocked Up,” but this episodic examination of a couple facing middle age plays like a lengthy highlight/lowlight reel of serial familial squabbling. The “sort-of” part of this sequel means that Seth Rogen and Katherine Heigl’s Ben and Allison are nowhere to be found or even mentioned: “This is 40” focuses intently on Pete and Debbie (Paul Rudd and Leslie Mann), who were already on a path toward casual dishonesty and aggressive nitpicking in “Knocked Up.” This film takes place during the week in which both Pete and Debbie face their 40th birthdays, and Apatow’s examination of this awful week often feels as unpleasant and invasive as the film’s colonoscopy scene. Pete is experiencing an especially rough time of getting old in a business that prizes youth. Having left his talent scouting job at Sony Music to start his own record label, Pete discovers some harsh truths about the current state of his business, which could

threaten his family’s comfortably posh Los Angeles lifestyle. Pete’s independent label focuses on great performers of the past, an idealistic but deeply flawed business model. These acts include Graham Parker, the singer-songwriter whose excellent 1979 album “Squeezing Out Sparks” made him, alongside Elvis Costello and Joe Jackson, part of a triumvirate of British “angry young men” in Britain’s post-punk scene. Parker still sounds like himself in “This is 40,” but at 62, he is not a candidate for any kind of recording success in the modern music industry. Pete discovers that his idol is only capable of selling hundreds, not thousands, of albums in 2012, and this forces Pete to keep his business problems secret from Debbie. But that is only part of the problem. The pressures of raising preteen Sadie and 8-year-old Charlotte (played by Apatow and Mann’s daughters, Maude and Iris) and the baggage from their own dysfunctional childhoods are exacting a toll on the couple. Most conversations turn into shouting matches in “This is 40” — repetitive arguments that collect and fester but do not connect into a larger sense of what is really wrong with Pete and Debbie. Apatow’s decision to center “This is 40” on existing characters from a previous film creates an added,

possibly unnecessary layer of storytelling responsibility. Apart from Pete and Debbie’s family, only Jason (Jason Segel) and Jodi (Charlyne Yi) reappear from “Knocked Up,” but they hardly seem like the same people. Jason has gone from amiable, underachieving pothead to smarmy personal trainer in five years. Yes, people change and drift in and out of each other’s lives, but there are some big continuity holes between “Knocked Up” and “This is 40.” Most of the secondary stories involving Pete and Debbie’s fathers (played by Albert Brooks and John Lithgow, respectively), friends and employees barely resonate, and one club scene in which Debbie enjoys a ladies night out is nearly a rewrite of a similar “Knocked Up” sequence. Rudd and Mann do play well off one another and Apatow’s daughters are suitably trained in their father’s brand of caustic angst, but the material calls for rancor without much resolution. After more than two hours, “This is 40” provides few answers to either Pete and Debbie’s specific malaise or the general difficulties faced by couples well into their second decade of matrimony. In between the screaming, “This is 40” screams out for a real sequel to “Knocked Up.” To paraphrase James Brown, it is talking loud and saying almost nothing.

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‘NOT FADE AWAY’

Rating: R (Pervasive language, some drug use and sexual content) Running time: 1 hour, 52 minutes Starring: John Magaro, Will Brill, James Gandolfini, Molly Price, Bella Heathcote.

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losely resembling other and much better films about rock bands and the abrupt cultural shifts of the 1960s, David Chase’s “Not Fade Away” conveys the excitement and electric energy of discovering life-changing music, but then extinguishes its own fire by centering on stock characters and an arbitrary, even confounding storytelling perspective. Unlike its Buddy Holly-derived title, “Not Fade Away” drifts and ultimately disappears. The occupied American teenage citizens of the 1960s deserve a better chronicle of their life under British Invasion rule. Chase, the creator of “The Sopranos,” based at least some of the story of Douglas Damiano (John Magaro) on his own teenage years in New Jersey. Douglas starts out as a drummer playing marginally competent surf-rock, but The Beatles and The Rolling Stones

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change his notions of what a rock ‘n’ roll band can be. The Stones are particularly important — the idea that skinny guys with bad skin could become rock stars is huge liberating for Damiano and his bandmates. Chase even inserts a convincing dramatic depiction of Keith Richards and Mick Jagger’s fateful 1961 train ride to drive home the band’s significance for boys like Damiano. The emergence of key artists, important historical signifiers and the expanding circumference of Damiano’s hair all set the time and place for “Not Fade Away” — Damiano starts to resemble Bob Dylan circa “Don’t Look Back” as guitarist Wells (Will Brill) picks up a chiming Rickenbacker and the band starts to sound like the Byrds. Damiano’s girlfriend Grace (Bella Heathcote) becomes the mouthpiece for the sexual revolution while Damiano’s suburban working-class parents (James Gandolfini and Molly Price) serve as

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Sand, surf, blood in thrilling ‘Far Cry 3’

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he travel brochure that enticed Jason Brody and his friends to book their spring break-style trip to the Rook Islands probably left out the pillaging pirates, aggressive bull sharks and lunging leopards. The picturesque setting of “Far Cry 3” (Ubisoft, for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, $59.99; PC, $49.99) turns out to be far from hospitable to the naive tourist, who can barely stand the sight of blood when he finds himself caged up in a village ruled by a sadistic drug lord. Jason’s transition into a seasoned survivor anchors “Far Cry 3,” an outstanding open-world first-person shooter that intersperses character arc, plot and suspense throughout a variety of action-packed firefights, stealth sequences and side missions. The game begins with Jason being led out of captivity by his military-trained brother, a linear sequence that helps introduce Jason and acclimate players to the control scheme. The islands quickly open up after the arrival of Dennis Rogers, an ally to the indigenous Rakyat tribe who guides Jason on his quest to reunite with his girlfriend and fellow tourists. Dennis sees a burgeoning warrior in Jason and entices him to help free the islands from ruthless criminals. Each section holds a radio tower handicapped by a signal scrambler, and climbing a tower and disconnecting the device opens a small part of a ridiculously expansive map that’s on par with Bethesda Softworks’ recent “Fallout” or “Elder Scrolls” installments. Freeing a tower also helps open an area to trade, which makes weapon dealers so happy that they’ll start showering you with free guns.

Ridding an enemy outpost of bad guys provides a new location to buy and upgrade weapons with scopes and silencers, as well as a fast travel point to speed trips between friendly villages. But with so many ATVs, trucks and jeeps spread throughout the islands— not to mention hang gliders, jet skis and boats — why not take the scenic route? Once Jason grabs control of an enemy outpost, he can also browse the bulletin boards for side missions that offer rewards for hunting down rare creatures or wanted criminals. Tracking down a white belly tapir is exciting, but hunting is also a key survival mechanism. Slaying and skinning everything from wild boars to alligators allows Jason to craft holsters to haul more weapons, larger wallets to carry more cash and expanded rucksacks to carry more loot. The various plants on the islands are another key to survival, as they provide ingredients that boost health and endorphins or enhance perception. And leveling up allows Jason to unlock new skills such as takedowns involving grenades and knives, increased health or adrenaline, and the ability to take less damage from falls and fires. As in most first-person shooters, killing a bad guy leaves a body to loot, and the controls on this move inflict the game’s only significant annoyance. On numerous occasions I found myself mistakenly swapping out a favorite gun for the enemy’s weapon when all I wanted to do is grab a little cash. “Far Cry 3” also has a formidable multiplayer element, with several familiar game modes and a creative addition called Firestorm, in which a team must set fire to the opponents’ supply nodes and then escape the spreading flames while capturing a radio transmitter. So far I’ve spent several dozen hours exploring the Rook Islands and haven’t experienced a moment of boredom. Whatever games find their way under the tree this year, I’ll probably still be playing this over the holiday break. Four stars out of four. — The Associated Press

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1. LEATHER. Make it hardcore or make it feminine. This trend captured everyone’s attention and they used it in every way possible. Small leather lines on top of jeans or full leather pants were worn in 2012. 2. PEPLUM. It’s like “Jem and the Holograms” made a comeback with the peplum trend. For the guys who’ve never heard of such a thing, peplum is a gathered piece of fabric that typically flares at the hips. It’s a costume-y look that’s even made it’s way into chain retail stores, including Target. 3. FLORAL. You’ll also find this one at a retail store and in your old ’90s closet. Floral was one of the trends you couldn’t figure out if you wanted it to come back or not. Young teens and 20s wore the trend and had no idea they were copycatting their older aunt and sister from the past decade. 4. EMBELLISHMENTS. Somehow, designers were able to make studded leather jackets come off as feminine. This trend was used on blouse collars, pants, gloves and even shoes using beads, embroidery and jewels to name a few. It could amp up any plain looking style. 5. AUBERGINE, OR BURGUNDY AND ORANGE. Luckily for Oklahoma college football fans, burgundy and orange are in for the fall. I know I didn’t say crimson, the official University of Oklahoma color, but it’s very similar and you can get away with it tailgating in Norman. 6. BOLD COLOR PANTS. All ages, every size and shape wore this trend starting in late 2011, and it’s lasted

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through the seasons. Kate Middleton made the coral color extremely popular, and it can work into the winter with a more neutral sweater or long-sleeved top. 7. COLORBLOCKING. This trend takes symmetry to another level with funky color placement and strong lines to make the outfit really stand out. 8. SILVER/GOLD. I never thought I’d see the day silver and gold would be worn together, but it’s a good transitional trend, given that gold has become extremely popular the past few years. Now you can wear all of your jewelry at the same time, but make sure there is a strategy to the equation. 9. PASTELS. Mint green, pastel pink, soft yellow and light blue all made a major effect in women’s fashion and allows the more bold trends including embellishments and leather have a more feminine look. 10. ANIMAL PRINTS. Did this one ever go out of style? It’s one of those bold trends that’s become a classic. Everyone wants to wear leopard, snakeskin, and probably always will.

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When my editor asked me to make a Top 10 list of all of the best local shows in 2012, I thought, “Impossible — too many!” But after careful consideration, these were the best nights. If you were at any of these events, consider yourself fortunate. 1. ST. VINCENT AT CAIN’S BALLROOM IN TULSA, MAY 15 2012. St. Vincent is a treasure, and we should all be proud to say she is from Oklahoma. Annie Clark hails from Tulsa, so this was a special homecoming show for her. St. Vincent began her career as a member of Polyphonic Spree, was also once a member of Sufjan Steven’s band and the woman can shred. This show was evidence of true greatness coming from Oklahoma musicians. 2. THE BOOM BANG AT NORMAN MUSIC FESTIVAL 2012, BILL AND DEE’S. This is my official apology to the owner of the venue. Fans of the band, including me, ensured that The Boom Bang was asked to leave the venue only three songs into their set. I won’t name the culprits, but there were McDonald’s cheeseburgers and Domino’s pizza slices tossed out into the crowd. It was greasy and packed, and I slipped with every step. This chaos was purposely orchestrated because Chrome Pony and BRONCHO were both scheduled about the same time as The Boom Bang. We all wanted to see BRONCHO, and that time slot was ridiculous. In the end, we all made it to the Blackwatch Stage and the world was right again. 3. ALI HARTER’S KICKSTARTER CELEBRATION SHOW, NOV 2, 2012 AT VZD’S. Ali Harter staged a 30-day Kickstarter campaign to raise $12,000 for the recording of her new album. Hundreds of tweets, Facebook posts and emails later, Ali proved she had the

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fan base to make it happen. Key donors stepping up at the last minute ensured that Ali’s goal was met, and she celebrated with a show featuring Black Canyon at VZD’s. I have never seen Ali so happy, it was a heartfelt performance, and Black Canyon was at their drunkest. It was a true celebration of accomplishment for Ali and everyone involved. Oh, and Jake: thanks for keeping your pants on. 4. JACOB ABELLO AND STEVEN BATTLES (CHROME PONY) AT GUESTROOM RECORDS’S WESTERN AVENUE LOCATION IN OKLAHOMA CITY (WESTERN), RECORD STORE DAY, APRIL 21 2012. If you aren’t aware of Record Store Day, shame on you. The third Saturday in April is always Record Store Day, a celebration of vinyl and independent record emporiums. Jacob and Steven did an up-close and personal show in the middle of the day, and it was incredible. Abello possesses a voice that was made for singing competitions, and when he sings with Steven, it is like a dream. The duo unintentionally made the crowd stop shopping for music — and all eyes were on them. LIST CONTINUES ON PAGE 24

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Some musicians fight their way into the public conscious while others seem to glide in effortlessly. This year saw the usual trends of mainstream emergence: Calculating sound technicians, second-wave artists, veterans who caught unexpected fire, and those with pure, undeniable talent. The audience spoke, whether by buying records, digital downloads, radio requests, Spotify streams, or all of the above— and a new roster of artists emerged, carrying with them the soundtrack to 2012. Some have bright futures (like Future) and others risk flashing in the pan (I’m looking at you, Carly Rae), but either way, they were the ones who kept iPods ticking this year. 1. FRANK OCEAN. Nobody’s splash spread bigger and broader than Frank Ocean’s in 2012. Carly Rae Jepsen had the ubiquitous single and Kendrick Lamar moved more copies, but Frank captured the public’s sympathy, admiration, and attention with his moving story of unrequited love, and then made good on the promise with a late-night TV show performance for the record books. With all lights, eyes, violin strings, and Questlove’s afro with him, he performed with a vulnerable grace we haven’t seen from a male pop star since we lost Michael Jackson. This will not be the last year that belongs to Frank Ocean. 2. KENDRICK LAMAR. Mixtape hounds and technical rap aficionados have long been checking the music blogosphere for news on Kendrick Lamar’s major-label debut, and when “good kid, m.A.A.d. city” finally arrived, it delivered the goods. And thanks to Dr. Dre’s powerful Aftermath Entertainment label, the album captured more than just rap purists’ ears. “m.A.A.d. city” flashed enough hooks, melodies, and cred to invite masses of listeners to bob their head along to amped-up tracks like “Backseat Freestyle.” But the 25-year-old’s thoughtful, lush songs

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like “Sing About Me, I’m Dying of Thirst” will keep them returning for more. 3. CARLY RAE JEPSEN. Earlier in the year, most everybody pegged 27-year-old Canadian bubblegum singer Carly Rae Jepsen as one-and-done, as “Call Me Maybe” quickly ambushed the top spot on the Billboard chart and inspired the predictable gaggle of mash-ups and remixes. But there it stayed, reinforced by digital sales of a not-too-shabby dance-pop album “Kiss,” another couple hit singles, and the devotion of that dusty, old-fashioned medium known as the radio. The girl’s good for another album for sure. 4. FUTURE. Courting hyper-reflexive rap critics and mass appeal in 2012 without an established hip-hop star’s backing might as well be Mission: Impossible, but Atlanta rapper Future pulled it off on his debut record, “Pluto.” The golden formula turned out to be a fresh take on a stale style — AutoTuned hooks in Future’s case. The result was an earnest, emotionally messy record that boasted flashy, club-ready singles at the “Same Damn Time.”

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5. SKATING POLLY AND BAND OF HORSES AT CAIN’S BALLROOM IN TULSA, OCTOBER 23, 2012. This show was a total win for girl-punk duo Skating Polly. Their set was seamless, with only a couple of breaks between songs. At the beginning, the crowd was bewildered and confused at first, but halfway through the show they began accepting the music, and by the end they were new fans. Kelli Mayo put on a show and Peyton Bighorse didn’t mess up once, and if they did, it got past me. It was one of my favorite performances from the girls this year. Up, up, and away they go: they’re going to be famous soon. 6. CHELSEY COPE’S EP RELEASE SHOW AT THE BLUE NOTE, JULY 7 2012. Cope worked on her EP for nearly a year, paying for it by waiting tables and playing gigs. “A Deeper Root” was released on iTunes and Spotify, a great accomplishment for Cope. The show was packed with friends and family who has been supporting her for years and for the first time, fans of Cope got to hear what she had been working on. Her album has done well and she continues to play successful shows. Get it, girl. 7. THE ROAST OF RYAN DRAKE WITH MUSICAL GUESTS JOSH SALLEE AND BLACK CANYON, AUGUST 18, 2012 AT THE BLUE NOTE. In typical Tosh.O fashion, twelve local comedians and media figures sat on the stage at The Blue Note and roasted Ryan Drake for his birthday. Not one person walked out during the roast, and it was followed up by two of my favorite Oklahoma City acts, Josh Sallee and Black Canyon. Even though I left the roast a little more burned than Ryan Drake, it was the best birthday party I attended all year.

Times/Chelsey Cope drummer Alberto Roubert and jazz-funk singersongwriter Joe Stansberry sat in on guitar. It was everything about Sallee’s music that I love, but with a hard, heavy beat behind it. Can you guys do that again? The Non was my first favorite local band, with music so beautiful that it doesn’t even need lyrics. 10. YOUR MOM AND THE NGHEIMS AT THE CONTINUED HILO, OCTOBER 2012. There is nearly nothing FROM PAGE 23 better than standing so close to the lead singer of Your Mom while he is in drag, screaming 5. THE funny punk rock lyrics. Your Mom is a LUMINEERS. band you must catch — “Give Me My If the Mumfords were (explicit) Bologna Sandwich” is one less concerned with of my favorites. It was an up close dispensing wisdom and and personal performance, more into drinking whiskey and I must say that Joel’s and rocking out, they’d be The makeup looked amazing. Lumineers. The acoustic trio toured Also, I was recently inwith roots favorites Old Crow Medicine formed that he does Show and “Classy Girls” proved them wear something to be the group you’d take home to Mom. underneath Their self-titled debut wound up at #11 on that dress. the Billboard Chart, “Ho Hey” cracked #1 on the American Alternative Radio chart and they earned two Grammy nods: Best New Artist and Best Americana Album.

8. SCHWARZSTOCK, MAY 26, 2012. Photographer Doug Schwarz’s 6. MACKLEMORE. Seattle’s 29-year-old rapper-singer annual music festival is held out on his family’s farm near Yukon. Macklemore’s got an earnestness about him that novelty-oriented Schwarz, if you don’t already know him, is an amazing photographer, white rappers like Vanilla Ice never achieved. His “Thrift Shop” flips and his passion lies in shooting live bands. Musicians and fans mainstream rap’s obsession with excess on its head and is currently sitgathered in a field like true Oklahomans to celebrate his birthday ting comfortably at #4 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and the genre’s Digital and his impact on the Oklahoma music scene. Musical guests Songs charts, so it looks like Macklemore and his Batman footie pajamas may included Horsethief, Feathered Rabbit, Skating Polly, S/ be here for a while. Awesome and more. There were hot dogs, cameras and body paint, and most attendees pitched tents in the 7. 2 CHAINZ. 2 Chainz exists as a living monument to the industry power of Kanye field in festival fashion. I’m looking forward to next West. At 35, Tauheed Epps (previously one half of the Atlanta rap duo Playaz Circle) year’s Schwarzstock — I have been told that it’s spent 2011 and 2012 guesting for everybody from E-40 to Machine Gun Kelly, proving himgoing to be bigger than ever. self the physical embodiment of braggadocio. Mainly a punchline rapper, 2 Chainz may just be the world’s best smack-talker, as he proved at the end of West’s “Mercy” this year. 9. THE LOST OGLE’S BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION, MAY 5, 2012 AT 8. OF MONSTERS AND MEN. Mumford and Sons and the Avett Brothers paved the way in 2010 for 51ST ST. SPEAKEASY WITH a whole wave of tweed-wearing, acoustic-strumming bearded dudes (many from abroad) to set up camp MUSICAL GUESTS THE NON in the mainstream, and few owe more to them than Of Monsters and Men. “My Head is an Animal” cracked AND JOSH SALLEE. I was the Top 10 album charts in six countries and the horn melody from “Little Talks” probably challenged the having a difficult time deMumfords for the title of “Tune most commonly used as the soundtrack to your friend’s wedding video.” ciding which Josh Sallee show was my favorite, 9. FUN. Fun. took rock and pop music to some bizarre fantasy land where Freddie Mercury sings over Paul Simon’s and this one wins afro-beats on their second record, “Some Nights.” Tying in Arcade Fire’s flash for indie-rock anthemics, kingmaking because he producer Jeff Bhasker, (who had his hand in albums by Kanye West, Taylor Swift, Drake and Beyoncé) wrestled out the hit played with a single “We Are Young,” which climbed its way to the Billboard’s upper echelon, where it’s remained the last 42 straight weeks full band. largely thanks to digital single downloads. Defining 10. A$AP ROCKY. This 24-year-old Harlem rapper made himself known to critics and the music industry with his narcotized “LiveLoveA$AP” mixtape in 2011, amid a mad, post-Odd Future scramble to sign up everything in the landscape that could be identified as “swag rap.” Rocky wound up on Sony, built his cred on the road with Drake all year, and eventually surfaced with the Canadian crooner, 2 Chainz, and Kendrick Lamar on the year’s most fun gang-up rap track, “F----- Problems.”

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This past week, I’ve spent the bulk of my time making “Best-Of” lists for 2012. And these will be printed soon, but now is the time to vent. Macarena of the Year: Psy, bet between cable/satellite providers and video. How many other interchangable mall pop hits are ne “Gangnam Style.” People networks get resolved before viewers missing out there, waiting to show how good they are? e around the world populated even notice a problem, but this time, their iTunes libraries with it was real. Dish subscribers lost the Hip-hop Disappointment of the Year: Rick Ross, “God this thing — only Romania entire summer run of “Breaking Bad” Forgives, I Don’t.” Just when he seemed poised for STOP and Venezuela failed to turn as AMC ran nasty promos on its active greatness, the “Teflon Don” made an album that did not E S EA L “Gangnam Style” into a sizable providers, warning those who might stick. Can you really be the “bawss” when your album is P OH , hit, and that could be chalked jump from cable that “Breaking Bad” strictly middle-management? E S PLEA up to any number of external was “not on Dish.” Finally, a $700 million circumstances, including politics suit was resolved in October, just in time Reigning King of Bad 2012 Movies: “That’s My Boy.” fo “The Walking Dead,” but not before or the continued dominance of for Any film critic can point to instances in which he or she ma viewers discovered the joys of buying the cassette format. Despite the many overpraised films that, in retrospect, did not deserve ld e obvious privacy implications, it would the episodes a la carte and commercial-free such effusion, that have not stood up to the passage AP PHOTO con be fascinating to know how many and considered cutting the cord, or pulling their of time or repeated viewing. In the case of this odious, people delete “Gangnam Style” from their satellite dishes off the roof with chains and a fourodiferous Adam Sandler comedy, now is the time for computers in the next few years — or try to do so and wheel drive. Regardless of which party was at fault, honesty: I was being far too generous by giving it that discover that the song file is a virus that puts yellow customers took the brunt of this dust-up. “half-star” review. “Yeah, but what do you expect?” d as you pondered the Happy Madison suits on everyone’s family photos. Best Rehabilitation of a Robo-Pop Hit: you said ouerv on IMDb.com and noted that “Grown Carly Rae Jepsen, “Call Me Maybe.” ouerve Up 2” is in post-production. Yeah, well I Best Event-Movie Faceplant: “John Carter.” I try not Run through so many synths and Ups re to fall in with the schadenfreude gang on this issue, but processing tools that it could pass remember some strong performances “John Carter” had every reason to succeed – great source for the work of a cute Canadian in “Punch Drunk Love,” “Spanglish,” material from Edgar Rice Burroughs, a director coming smartphone app, Jepsen’s hit “Funny People” and – oh, why not? – off two of the best CG cartoons created since the genre would be the song of 2012 if it “The Wedding Singer.” These days, he HY? began, and an actor whose performance in “Friday Night weren’t for “Gangnam Style.” does not appear interested in giving W , M A Lights” is a standout in a series full of standouts. But it But the song’s redemption those kind of showings. His middle D A made back less than one-third of its production budget came when Jepsen, The Roots school cafeteria-quality re-write of WHY in domestic grosses, mainly because not a single thing and “Late Night” host Jimmy Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah” at the “ about it is memorable. It practically evaporated upon Fallon piled into a dressing room “12.12.12” benefit for Hurricane Sandy vi viewing. and played it on toy instruments. victims only compounded the suspicion tha Sandler is whiffing and knows he can By peeling back its digital layer, The that aw with it. Best Undeserved Spanking for Television Viewers: Roots, Fallon and Jepsen found the get away PHOTO PROVIDED The Dish Network/AMC Standoff. Most disagreements real song hidden inside and put it in a viral LOOKATOKC.COM

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Model Far ren’s side ponytail wa s braided and pinned and f ini shed with side-swept bangs. Hair and makeup by Lannie Cook, Wil son Ar t Hair Galler y. Top and ear r ings f rom Dillard’s, Penn Square Mall. Photo by Chr i s Land sberger | The Oklahoman.


While some looks can be tricky and require the expertise of a stylist, others are easy to achieve with hot rollers, a curling iron or a dab of the right hair product. Often it’s just a matter of rethinking how you wear your hair.

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Dressing for holiday parties and gettogethers often is all about clothes and accessories, but a simple change to your hair is another way to add a festive touch.

If you usually wear your long hair down, consider a sleek ponytail, top knot or a braided bun. A retro wavy look is an option if your hair holds curl. A far side part can update any style. “Know what your hair will do,” said Lannie Cook, hairstylist and makeup artist at Wilson Art Hair Gallery. One option for long hair is a side braided bun, she said. Pull the hair into a low side ponytail and divide it into three sections. Braid each section, roll and pin into place. Add a crystal pin if you want a little bling. “It’s easy and anyone can do it,” she said, and the style works well for hair that’s heavy or board straight. She also suggests using hairpieces and inserts to give hair volume or bumps. How do you think celebrities get that big hair?

Actress Kate Winslet’s retro waves have some lift and volume. The look can be achieved with hot rollers. Comb through, tease the hair a little, then set with hair spray. Note: This isn’t the style for women with straight-as-a-board hair. A P Photo

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Not every hairstyle has to be perfect either. A casual, messy bun or ponytail might not work on the red carpet, but it can look festive for a party, Cook said.

a day or two before the event can help work out any kinks.

Whether it’s a perfect look you’re after or not, stylists say it’s best to do a practice run before trotting out any new hairstyle. Cook and Andrea Lemonds, a stylist at Trichology Salon, said a little time in front of the mirror

Lemonds loves the look of a French twist because it’s classic and beautiful, but it’s probably best left to the expert. Other looks such as braids, buns and ponytails can be beautiful, too, she said.

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“For an evening out, a far side part for a ponytail looks more sleek, classic and chic, and it never goes out of style,” Lemonds said. Try it with bobs and shorter styles. Soft, sexy waves that smack of old Hollywood are also popular these days. Lemonds said hot rollers can help achieve this style. “Anytime you have wave, it’s a curl brushed out.” A retro style may require some practice, and plenty of hair spray.


Model Shelley’s hair is pulled into a French twist with soft curls on top. Hair by Andrea Lemonds and makeup by Avery Sanders, both of Trichology. Top and earrings from Dillard’s, Penn Square Mall. Photo by Chris Landsberger | The Oklahoman.

TIME FOR TEASING Other styles to consider: Women with pixie cuts can add a little Halle Berry edge and tousle by using pomade. A short bob can be slicked back and tucked behind the ears. A half-up do can be teased on top for volume and lift. Stylists said most hairstyles will benefit from a bit of teasing. If you desire a super easy yet festive update, reach for a hair accessory. Even a messy look accented with a crystal clip or bejeweled bobby pin ups the style quotient, Lemonds said. “Simple, classic looks are very achievable, they’re easy to do, and most are not going to frustrate you,” Lemonds said.

Women with pixie cuts who want a different look for the holidays could add some styling product to create a softly spiked, more edgy look like Halle Berry’s.

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long with Valentine’s Day, New Year’s Eve is among the busiest nights of the year in the restaurant industry, which also makes it a prime evening for special dinner services and events. The ceaseless flow of diners makes it imperative for some eateries to simplify the menu in order to deliver a full and satisfying dining experience without killing kitchen staff. Thus, you’ll see a lot of prix fixe menus done in seatings. But some restaurants don’t change a thing. I did some checking around with local independent restaurant owners to find out who is doing what, and the most interesting plan I came across is the festivities at Rococo’s Northpark Mall location. Chef/owner Bruce Rinehart and chef/partner Jason Bustamante are planning what they call an “Extravagant Buffet” starting at 5 p.m. Like their cruise-line Sunday brunch, Rinehart and Bustamante will use the considerable square-footage at the Northpark Mall incarnation of the nearly 9-year-old Rococo concept to offer live music, dancing, cocktails and dinner. “We’ll have a hot line,” Rinehart said. “It’ll have a nice salmon dish, our lobster mac ‘n’ cheese, a nice airline chicken and some other sides. And then a carving station, seafood bar with ice sculpture. It’ll be a lot of fun.”

Rococo in Northpark Mall will be the site of a special New Year’s Eve party, including food, drinks, music and more. Photo by Paul Hellstern, The Oklahoman

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The carving station includes roasted beef tenderloin. The seafood station will offer oysters, shrimp cocktail and crab legs. The hot line will also include garlic-rosemary potatoes, rice pilaf and roasted root vegetables. A soup and salad table will include lobster bisque, smoked salmon, cheeses, fresh fruits and vegetables, Waldorf and green salads and artisan bread. Assorted cakes will anchor the dessert choices, plus petit fours, truffles and dipped strawberries. Cost is $65. “We’ll also do a complimentary Champagne toast at both locations,” Rinehart said. The original Rococo location will carry on with normal service, offering the full regular menu. Rinehart strongly recommends reservations for both Rococo locations. For Northpark, call 212-4577; for Rococo’s original location, 2824 N Pennsylvania Ave., call 528-2824.

The team at Ludivine is busy at work to prepare a special New Year’s Eve dinner. Photo by Paul B. Southerland, The Oklahoman

SOME OTHER OPTIONS Meanwhile, places such as the newly reopened Redrock Canyon Grill, Cattlemen’s Steakhouse and A Good Egg Dining properties, including Cheever’s Cafe, Iron Starr Urban BBQ, Republic Gastropub and Red PrimeSteak, will carry on with normal services. Bellini’s Ristorante, 6305 Waterford Blvd. No. 100, will have three seatings for dinner, which will include the regular menu and some specials from the kitchen. Call 848-1065 for reservations. Bin 73, 7312 N Western Ave., will feature Champagne specials by the glass and bottle all night and a free breakfast buffet starting at midnight. The Coach House, 6437 Avondale Drive, will do seatings at 6 and 9 p.m. for a seven-course meal with wine pairings for $125. Call 842-1000 for reservations. Cafe Nova, 4308 N Western Ave., will feature a four-course dinner conceived by Deep Fork Group executive chef Peter See. Cost is $40, which includes a Champagne toast. Call 5256682 for reservations. Deep Fork, 5418 N Western Ave., will offer regular menu service plus a special four-course dinner with wine pairings. For reservations, call 848-7678. At Grand House Asian Bistro, 2701 N Classen Blvd., the purchase of a bottle of wine will earn you a free appetizer plus OKC Thunder and Red Canyon, Volcano and Crazy Cowboy rolls will be $10 all night. For reservations, call 5247333. Hensley’s Top Shelf Grill, 1551 Garth Brooks Blvd. in Yukon, will close at 10 p.m. on New Year’s Eve and throw a party with live music scheduled from 10:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. with three stations, including carved roast beef, mini

Chef Kurt Fleischfresser, winner of the Medaille de Merite, will have two seatings at The Coach House on New Year’s Eve.

Executive chef Jonathan Krell is shown at Stella Modern Italian Cuisine in Oklahoma City. Photo by Bryan Terry, The Oklahoman

Photo by Bryan Terry, The Oklahoman

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Executive chef David Sullivan and general manager Stephen Stavinoha will host a special New Year’s Eve party at Hensley’s Top Shelf Grill in Yukon. Photo by Chris Landsbergerhe Oklahoman

The Metro Wine Bar and Bistro’s new executive chef Christine Dowd and owners Chris and LaVeryl Lower will offer a special menu on New Year’s Eve. Photo by Chris Landsberger, The Oklahoman

Cafe Nova has a special menu planned for New Year’s Eve. Photo by Chris Landsberger, The Oklahoman

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black and blue bruschetta, and dessert flambe. The party also will boast a cold appetizer bar with fruit, crudites, chips and dips and smoked salmon. At midnight, the staff will pop the top off bottles of Mumm’s sparkling wine. Cost is $25. Space is limited; call 2654076. Jamil’s Steakhouse, 4910 N Lincoln Blvd., will offer 10- to 12-ounce lobsters with all of Jamil’s Lebanese appetizers for $59.99. Call 525-8352 for reservations. La Baguette Bistro, 7408 N May Ave., will ring in the new year with a traditional French menu, including Coquille St. Jacques, Salade d’Audrey with duck confit and port wine figue, Filet en Croute (Rossini style) and a Hazelnut Mousse Pyramid, in addition to the regular menu. Call 840-3047 for reservations. Norman’s farm-to-fork concept Local, 2262 W Main St., will have seatings at 5, 7:30 and 10 p.m. Chef Ryan Parrott’s feast will begin with an amuse bouche of Champagne Aperge Egg, which includes Champagne Truffle Mousse, caviar, micro greens, shaved radish salad and a cucumber Champagne shooter. First course is a Lobster Bisque topped with Puff Pastry or Spinach and Apple Salad with Bleu Cheese, toasted pecans and honey-vinaigrette. The entree course

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is a choice of Prime Rib with Au Gratin Potatoes and Bok Choy; Poached Salmon with truffle honey glaze, pear-raisin jam and lump crab risotto; Chicken Breast stuffed with sun-dried tomato, cream cheese, cilantro and spinach with Au Gratin Potatoes and Bok Choy; or Vegetarian Shepherd’s Pie, which is a rich portobello and tofu stew baked with piped mashed potatoes. Dessert is a Truffle Trio, including Dark Chocolate, Grand Marnier & Gold Flake; Key Lime Pie or Sticky Toffee Pudding with Fresh Cream. Cost is $35. Call 928-5600 for reservations. Ludivine, 805 N Hudson Ave., will feature two seatings and a dinner fit for royalty. Chefs Jonathon Stranger and Russ Johnson did extensive research on feasts prepared for various monarchs through history and will riff on the menus they found. Call 778-6800 for reservations. The Metro Wine Bar and Bistro, 6418 N Western Ave., will offer a four-course dinner from chef Christine Dowd with special wine pairings. For reservations, call 840-9463. The Museum Cafe, 415 Couch Drive, will host a sixcourse dinner followed by a Champagne toast on the rooftop to watch fireworks at midnight. For reservations, call 235-6262. Musashi’s, 4315 N Western Ave., is typically closed

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on Mondays but will open for New Year’s Eve. Opus Prime Steakhouse, 800 Memorial Road, will offer a four-course dinner highlighted by lobster and filet for $199 per couple, in addition to its regular menu. For reservations, call 607-6787. Picasso’s Cafe, 3009 Paseo St., will feature live jazz and its regular menu. Stella Modern Italian Cuisine, 1201 N Walker Ave., will offer Stella’s favorites from the menu plus a fourcourse special dinner planned by chef Jonathan Krell. The chef’s dinner is $65 with wine pairings matched to each course available for an additional $35. Krell’s menu is designed for the entire table to participate, including lobster bisque, seared scallops with white beans and warm bacon vinaigrette, New York strip with white truffle mac and cheese and smoked asparagus finished with balsamic glazed portobellini mushrooms. Dessert is milk chocolate and luxardo cherry trifle. Call 235-2200 to reserve seats. Vito’s Ristorante, 7521 N May Ave., will offer its usual homestyle Italian menu and specials but, as is tradition, owner Cathy Cummings will be armed with brand-new crisp dollar bills. VZD’s Restaurant and Bar, 4200 N Western Ave., will feature live music from the Fortune Tellers and the Feel Spectres.


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19 CONCERTS Bang Bang Variety Show featuring Christophe and The Prairie Fire, 9 p.m., The Hidden Castle, 1309 24 SW, 701-0870. (Norman)

DECEMBER 19 - JANUARY 2 The James T. Bialac Native American Art Collection: Selected Works, Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, 555 Elm, 325-3272. (Norman)

“Flowers in Portrait” works by David Gill, Visions In The Paseo Art Gallery, 2924 Paseo, 557-1229.

Science Museum Oklahoma and the Satellite Galleries present GEOMETRIX Geometry in Art exhibit, Science Museum Oklahoma, 2100 NE 52, 602-3760.

Chickasaw Cultural Christmas Celebration, 5:30 p.m., Chickasaw Nation Cultural Center, 867 Charles F Cooper Memorial Drive, (580) 622-7130. (Sulphur)

Artwork by Christen Humphries, The Goddard Center, 401 First SW, (580) 226-0909. (Ardmore )

“Paper, Trinkets, Baubles & Things” by Kate Rivers & Francene Levinson, Paseo Originals, 2920 Paseo, 6046602.

“Deck the Walls,” Art Group Gallery, 9309 N Pennsylvania, 607-4669.

“On a Winter’s Night” with Jim Brickman, 7:30 p.m., Rose State Performing Arts Theatre, 7005 SE 15, 733-7960.

Enriched: Animal Art from the OKC Zoo, Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-0765.

Cirque du Soleil: Dralion, 7:30 p.m., Chesapeake Energy Arena, 100 W Reno, 602-8700.

“A Christmas Carol,” 7:30 p.m., Lyric at the Plaza, 1725 NW 16, 524-9312.

What Made Milwaukee Famous, 8 p.m., The Vanguard, 222 N Main, (918) 561-6851. (Tulsa)

“E.CO,” The Untitled Artspace, 1 NE 3, 815-9995.

LIVE MUSIC Grand Casino, 777 Grand Casino Blvd., Sammy Mitchell, 7 p.m., (405) (405) 964-7263. (Shawnee) Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W Memorial, Threat Level Midnight, 9 p.m., 751-1547.

Photography Exhibit: “Silent Witnesses,” OU Health Sciences Center, 1000 Stanton L Young Blvd, 271-2285. Annual Small Works Show, Norman Depot, 200 S Jones, 3079320. (Norman)

Red Piano Lounge, 1 Park Ave., David Morris, 5 p.m., 702-8555.

History of Significance of Oklahoma Writers Exhibit, Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-6676.

JJ’s Alley, 212 E Sheridan, Ronnie Deane, 6:30 p.m. Jack Rowdy, 9:30 p.m., 605-4543.

Artwork by Kim Norton, 50 Penn Place Art Gallery, 1900 Northwest Expressway, 848-5567.

Bang Bang Variety Show featuring Christophe and The Prairie Fire, 9 p.m., The Hidden Castle, 1309 24 SW, 701-0870. (Norman) “A Christmas Carol,” 7:30 p.m., Lyric at the Plaza, 1725 NW 16, 524-9312.

HAPPENINGS

Christmas in the Park, 6 p.m., Yukon City Park, Freedom Trail & Chisholm Trail Park, (Yukon) Chesapeake Energy Holiday Lights Display, 6 p.m., NW 63 & Western.

“Animals at Large,” Summer Wine Art Gallery, 2928 B Paseo, 831-3279.

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Downtown in December, Downtown, 235-3500..

National Geographic: Greatest Photographs of the American West, 10 a.m., National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, 1700 NE 63rd Street, 478-2250.

“Special Places” Art Exhibit by Regina Murphy, 8 p.m., JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 528-6336.

“Pablo Picasso’s Woman,” Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, 555 Elm, 325-3272. (Norman)

“The Unexplored: Emerging Artists Show,” Mainsite Contemporary Art Gallery, 122 E Main, 360-1162. (Norman)

“A Christmas Carol,” 7:30 p.m., Lyric at the Plaza, 1725 NW 16, 524-9312. “The Last Romance,” 7:30 p.m., Carpenter Square Theatre, 800 W Main, 232-6500.

National Geographic: Greatest Photographs of the American West, 10 a.m., National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, 1700 NE 63rd Street, 478-2250. “Pablo Picasso’s Woman,” Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, 555 Elm, 325-3272. (Norman) The James T. Bialac Native American Art Collection: Selected Works, Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, 555 Elm, 325-3272. (Norman)

CONCERTS Cirque du Soleil: Dralion, 7:30 p.m., Chesapeake Energy Arena, 100 W Reno, 602-8700. What Made Milwaukee Famous, 9 p.m., VZD’s Restaurant & Club, 4200 N Western, 524-4203. Beauty Is A Fleeting Thing Tour - Not One is Upright and Shook Like Dead Men, 6:30 p.m., The Conservatory, 8911 N Western, 879-9778.

McSalty’s Pizza, 3000 N Portland, Every Thursday Open Mic/Acoustic Night, 9 p.m., 943-3637. Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W Memorial, Stars, 9 p.m., 751-1547.

A Territorial Christmas Celebration,

Historic District Downtown, 212 W Oklahoma, 282-2800. (Guthrie)

OKC Theatre Company Production “Jacob Marley’s Christmas Carol,” 8 p.m., Civic Center Music Hall, 201 N Walker, 297-2264.

Chesapeake Energy Holiday Lights Display, 6 p.m., NW 63 & Western.

A.Dd, Josh Sallee and Jabee, 8 p.m., Opolis Production LLC, 113 N Crawford (Norman)

A Territorial Christmas Celebration, Historic District Downtown, 212 W Oklahoma, 282-2800. (Guthrie)

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Downtown in December, Downtown, 235-3500.. “Special Places” Art Exhibit by Regina Murphy, 8 p.m., JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 528-6336.

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Remington Park Racing and Casino, 1 Remington Place, 80’z Enuf, 7 p.m., 424-1000. Red Piano Lounge, 1 Park Ave., Tara Dillard, 5 p.m., 702-8555. JJ’s Alley, 212 E Sheridan, CJ Greco, 9:30 p.m., 605-4543.

Science Museum Oklahoma and the Satellite Galleries present GEOMETRIX Geometry in Art exhibit, Science Museum Oklahoma, 2100 NE 52, 602-3760. “Deck the Walls,” Art Group Gallery, 9309 N Pennsylvania, 607-4669. Enriched: Animal Art from the OKC Zoo, Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-0765. “E.CO,” The Untitled Artspace, 1 NE 3, 815-9995. Photography Exhibit: “Silent Witnesses,” OU Health Sciences Center, 1000 Stanton L Young Blvd, 271-2285. Annual Small Works Show, Norman Depot, 200 S Jones, 3079320. (Norman) History of Significance of Oklahoma Writers Exhibit, Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-6676. Artwork by Kim Norton, 50 Penn Place Art Gallery, 1900 Northwest Expressway, 848-5567. Christmas in the Park, 6 p.m., Yukon City Park, Freedom Trail & Chisholm Trail Park, (Yukon)

Blue Fire Grille at Waterford Marriott, 6300 Waterford, Burton Band, 9 p.m., 848-4782. Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar & Grill, 310 Johnny Bench Drive, Rick Jawnsun, 9 p.m., 231-0254. Woody’s Sports Bar and Grill, 2501 NE 23, Positive Productions Band, 9 p.m., 415-4061.

“The Unexplored: Emerging Artists Show,” Mainsite Contemporary Art Gallery, 122 E Main, 360-1162. (Norman)

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

“Flowers in Portrait” works by David Gill, Visions In The Paseo Art Gallery, 2924 Paseo, 557-1229.

Oklahoma City Limits, 4801 S Eastern, Street Kings, 9 p.m., 6193939.

“Baskets and Baubles,” basketry and jewelry of Andrea Kissinger, In Your Eye Studio & Gallery, 3005 Paseo, 525-2161.

Belle Isle Restaurant & Brewery, 1900 Northwest Expressway, Zero 2 Sixty, 9 p.m., 840-1911.

Christmas in Edmond 2012 Hosts Free Wagon Ride, 4 p.m., parking lot south of Silver Leaf Gems, 19 N Broadway, 641-1333. (Edmond) “Paper, Trinkets, Baubles & Things” by Kate Rivers & Francene Levinson, Paseo Originals, 2920 Paseo, 6046602. “Animals at Large,” Summer Wine Art Gallery, 2928 B Paseo, 831-3279.

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Grand Casino, 777 Grand Casino Blvd., Matt Mann, 9 p.m., (405) 964-7263. (Shawnee) Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W Memorial, Voodoo, 9 p.m., 7511547. Remington Park Racing and Casino, 1 Remington Place, Replay, 9 p.m., 424-1000. Grady’s 66 Pub, 444 W Main, Johnny Cooper with Atterberry Station, 8:30 p.m., 354-8789. (Yukon) Red Piano Lounge, 1 Park Ave., Elspeth Brown, 5 p.m., 702-8555. Red Piano Lounge, 1 Park Ave., Christian Pearson, 10 p.m., 7028555. JJ’s Alley, 212 E Sheridan, Rogers and Weilburg, 6:30 p.m., 605-4543.

CONCERTS Veil Of Maya, Upon A Burning Body, Volumes, Breaking Silence and Gohma, 6:30 p.m., The Conservatory, 8911 N Western, 879-9778. Damn Quails, 9 p.m., Wormy Dog Saloon, 311 E Sheridan, 601-6276. End Of The World Party, 6:30 p.m., Cain’s Ballroom, 423 N Main, 918.584.2306. (Tulsa)

JJ’s Alley, 212 E Sheridan, JD Thompson, 10 p.m., 605-4543. Sliders, 2616 S I 35 Service Rd, Mike and the Stingrays, 9 p.m., 672-6306. Mickey Mantle’s Steakhouse, 7 S Mickey Mantle, Erick Taylor Trio, 7 p.m., 272-0777. UCO Jazz Lab, 100 E 5, The Civilized Tribe, 9 p.m., 359-7989. (Edmond)

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WIMGO EVENTS THEATER OKC Theatre Company Production “Jacob Marley’s Christmas Carol,” 8 p.m., Civic Center Music Hall, 201 N Walker, 297-2264. “A Christmas Carol,” 8 p.m., Lyric at the Plaza, 1725 NW 16, 524-9312. “The Last Romance,” 8 p.m., Carpenter Square Theatre, 800 W Main, 232-6500.

HAPPENINGS National Geographic: Greatest Photographs of the American West, 10 a.m., National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, 1700 NE 63rd Street, 478-2250. “Pablo Picasso’s Woman,” Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, 555 Elm, 325-3272. (Norman) The James T. Bialac Native American Art Collection: Selected Works, Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, 555 Elm, 325-3272. (Norman) Science Museum Oklahoma and the Satellite Galleries present GEOMETRIX Geometry in Art exhibit, Science Museum Oklahoma, 2100 NE 52, 602-3760. Artwork by Christen Humphries, The Goddard Center, 401 First SW, (580) 226-0909. “Deck the Walls,” Art Group Gallery, 9309 N Pennsylvania, 607-4669. Enriched: Animal Art from the OKC Zoo, Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-0765. “E.CO,” The Untitled Artspace, 1 NE 3, 815-9995. Photography Exhibit: “Silent Witnesses,” OU Health Sciences Center, 1000 Stanton L Young Blvd, 271-2285. Annual Small Works Show, Norman Depot, 200 S Jones, 3079320. (Norman) History of Significance of Oklahoma Writers Exhibit, Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-6676. Artwork by Kim Norton, 50 Penn Place Art Gallery, 1900 Northwest Expressway, 848-5567.

DECEMBER 19 - JANUARY 2 Christmas in the Park, 6 p.m., Yukon City Park, Freedom Trail & Chisholm Trail Park, (Yukon) Chesapeake Energy Holiday Lights Display, 6 p.m., NW 63 & Western. A Territorial Christmas Celebration, Historic District Downtown, 212 W Oklahoma, 282-2800. (Guthrie)

Mickey and the Motorcars and Folk Family Revival, 9 p.m., Wormy Dog Saloon, 311 E Sheridan, 6016276. Eliot Lipp and Michal Menert, 10 p.m., Will Rogers Theater, 4322 N Western, 604-015. Pretty Lights Music Recording Artists Michal Menert and Eliot Lipp, 10 p.m., Cafe Nova, 4308 N Western, 525-6682.

Downtown in December, Downtown, 235-3500..

LIVE MUSIC

“A Territorial Christmas Carol,” 8 p.m., Pollard Theatre, 120 W Harrison, 282-2800. (Guthrie)

Ingrid’s Kitchen, 3701 N Youngs, Kitty Houston and Gary Johnson’s Band, noon, 946-8444.

“Special Places” Art Exhibit by Regina Murphy, 8 p.m., JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 528-6336.

Blue Fire Grille at Waterford Marriott, 6300 Waterford, Burton Band, 9 p.m., 848-4782.

“The Unexplored: Emerging Artists Show,” Mainsite Contemporary Art Gallery, 122 E Main, 360-1162. (Norman)

Blue Note, 2408 N Robinson, Jason Young Band with Evin Brady, 9 p.m., 600-1166.

Oklahoma City Limits, 4801 S Eastern, Evolution Underground, 9 p.m., 619-3939. Belle Isle Restaurant & Brewery, 1900 Northwest Expressway, The Mojo Men, 9 p.m., 840-1911. The Point After Club, 6800 S I 35 Service Road, 10 Burn 4, 9 p.m., 778-8166. Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W Memorial, Jim The Elephant, 9 p.m., 751-1547.

JJ’s Alley, 212 E Sheridan, Carter Sampson, 10 p.m., 605-4543.

“The Last Romance,” 8 p.m., Carpenter Square Theatre, 800 W Main, 232-6500.

Sliders, 2616 S I 35 Service Rd, Mike and the Stingrays, 9 p.m., 672-6306.

HAPPENINGS

Mickey Mantle’s Steakhouse, 7 S Mickey Mantle, Erick Taylor Trio, 7 p.m., 272-0777.

National Geographic: Greatest Photographs of the American West, 10 a.m., National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, 1700 NE 63rd Street, 478-2250.

UCO Jazz Lab, 100 E 5, Jeremy Thomas Quartet, 8 p.m., 359-7989. (Edmond)

“Pablo Picasso’s Woman,” Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, 555 Elm, 325-3272. (Norman)

NIGHT LIFE

“Flowers in Portrait” works by David Gill, Visions In The Paseo Art Gallery, 2924 Paseo, 557-1229. “Baskets and Baubles,” basketry and jewelry of Andrea Kissinger, In Your Eye Studio & Gallery, 3005 Paseo, 525-2161. “Paper, Trinkets, Baubles & Things” by Kate Rivers & Francene Levinson, Paseo Originals, 2920 Paseo, 6046602. “Animals at Large,” Summer Wine Art Gallery, 2928 B Paseo, 831-3279.

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

Italian Jim’s Restaurant and Bella Forte Glass Studio, 13 S Broadway, Christmas in Edmond with guitarist David J. McKinney, 285-8800. (Edmond) Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar & Grill, 310 Johnny Bench Drive, Amanda Coffee and Pops, 9 p.m., 231-0254. Remington Park Racing and Casino, 1 Remington Place, Boogie Fever, 9 p.m., 424-1000. Red Piano Lounge, 1 Park Ave., Grant Stevens, 10 p.m., 702-8555.

City Arts Center, 3000 General Pershing Blvd., Fowler VW Presents: The Post-Apocalypse Bash, 7:30 p.m., 951-0000.

THEATER OKC Theatre Company Production “Jacob Marley’s Christmas Carol,” 8 p.m., Civic Center Music Hall, 201 N Walker, 297-2264. “ A Christmas Carol,” 2 and 8 p.m., Lyric at the Plaza, 1725 NW 16, 524-9312.

The James T. Bialac Native American Art Collection: Selected Works, Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, 555 Elm, 325-3272. (Norman) Science Museum Oklahoma and the Satellite Galleries present GEOMETRIX Geometry in Art exhibit, Science Museum Oklahoma, 2100 NE 52, 602-3760. “Deck the Walls,” Art Group Gallery, 9309 N Pennsylvania, 607-4669.


WIMGO EVENTS Enriched: Animal Art from the OKC Zoo, Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-0765. “E.CO,” The Untitled Artspace, 1 NE 3, 815-9995. Photography Exhibit: “Silent Witnesses,” OU Health Sciences Center, 1000 Stanton L Young Blvd, 271-2285. Annual Small Works Show, Norman Depot, 200 S Jones, 3079320. (Norman)

DECEMBER 19 - JANUARY 2 “Animals at Large,” Summer Wine Art Gallery, 2928 B Paseo, 831-3279. “Color the Way” an exhibit by Gayle Curry., Governor’s Gallery at Oklahoma State Capitol, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2931.

National Geographic: Greatest Photographs of the American West, 10 a.m., National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, 1700 NE 63rd Street, 478-2250.

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“Pablo Picasso’s Woman,” Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, 555 Elm, 325-3272. (Norman)

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History of Significance of Oklahoma Writers Exhibit, Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-6676.

CONCERTS Artwork by Kim Norton, 50 Penn Place Art Gallery, 1900 Northwest Expressway, 848-5567. Christmas in the Park, 6 p.m., Yukon City Park, Freedom Trail & Chisholm Trail Park, (Yukon) Chesapeake Energy Holiday Lights Display, 6 p.m., NW 63 & Western. A Territorial Christmas Celebration, Historic District Downtown, 212 W Oklahoma, 282-2800. (Guthrie) Downtown in December, Downtown, 235-3500.. “Special Places” Art Exhibit by Regina Murphy, 8 p.m., JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 528-6336.

“Flowers in Portrait” works by David Gill, Visions In The Paseo Art Gallery, 2924 Paseo, 557-1229. “Baskets and Baubles,” basketry and jewelry of Andrea Kissinger, In Your Eye Studio & Gallery, 3005 Paseo, 525-2161. Christmas in Edmond 2012 Hosts Free Wagon Ride, 11 a.m., parking lot south of Silver Leaf Gems, 19 N Broadway, 641-1333. (Edmond) Christmas in Edmond 2012 hosts Strolling Carolers, Downtown Edmond, Second and Broadway Streets, 249-9391. (Edmond) “Paper, Trinkets, Baubles & Things” by Kate Rivers & Francene Levinson, Paseo Originals, 2920 Paseo, 6046602.

HAPPENINGS

Cirque du Soleil: Dralion, 1 and 5 p.m., Chesapeake Energy Arena, 100 W Reno, 602-8700. Arsis, Enfuneration, Six Years Dead and Malicyde, 8 p.m., The Chameleon Room, 3034 N Portland Red Dirt Rangers’ Kids Christmas Show, 2 p.m., The Blue Door, 2805 N Mckinley, 524-0738. Skyzoo, Addlib, Dewey Binns and Zone, 9 p.m., The Conservatory, 8911 N Western, 879-9778.

The James T. Bialac Native American Art Collection: Selected Works, Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, 555 Elm, 325-3272. (Norman) Science Museum Oklahoma and the Satellite Galleries present GEOMETRIX Geometry in Art exhibit, Science Museum Oklahoma, 2100 NE 52, 602-3760. “ A Christmas Carol,” 2 p.m., Lyric at the Plaza, 1725 NW 16, 524-9312.

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

A Territorial Christmas Celebration, Historic District Downtown, 212 W Oklahoma, 282-2800. (Guthrie)

THEATER OKC Theatre Company Production “Jacob Marley’s Christmas Carol,” 2 p.m., Civic Center Music Hall, 201 N Walker, 297-2264. “ A Christmas Carol,” 2 p.m., Lyric at the Plaza, 1725 NW 16, 524-9312.

CONCERTS Christmas With the Ambassadors Choir, 7 p.m., St John Missionary Baptist Church, 5700 N Kelley, 478-3344.

LIVE MUSIC

Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W Memorial, Karaoke, 8 p.m., 7511547.

Chesapeake Energy Holiday Lights Display, 6 p.m., NW 63 & Western.

Downtown in December, Downtown, 235-3500.. “Special Places” Art Exhibit by Regina Murphy, 8 p.m., JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 528-6336. “Flowers in Portrait” works by David Gill, Visions In The Paseo Art Gallery, 2924 Paseo, 557-1229.

“Baskets and Baubles,” basketry and jewelry of Andrea Kissinger, In Your Eye Studio & Gallery, 3005 Paseo, 525-2161. “Paper, Trinkets, Baubles & Things” by Kate Rivers & Francene Levinson, Paseo Originals, 2920 Paseo, 604-6602.

History of Significance of Oklahoma Writers Exhibit, Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-6676. Artwork by Kim Norton, 50 Penn Place Art Gallery, 1900 Northwest Expressway, 848-5567. Christmas in the Park, 6 p.m., Yukon City Park, Freedom Trail & Chisholm Trail Park, (Yukon) Chesapeake Energy Holiday Lights Display, 6 p.m., NW 63 & Western.

Photography Exhibit: “Silent Witnesses,” OU Health Sciences Center, 1000 Stanton L Young Blvd, 271-2285.

Friends Restaurant & Club, 3705 W Memorial, No BS Blues Jam, 6 p.m., 751-4057.

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

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Jesse Bartley Milam exhibit, Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler Drive, (888) 999-6007. ( Park Hill)

Christmas in the Park, 6 p.m., Yukon City Park, Freedom Trail & Chisholm Trail Park, (Yukon)

JJ’s Alley, 212 E Sheridan, Open Mic Night with Jesse Cahn, 8 p.m., 605-4543.

“Color the Way” an exhibit by Gayle Curry., Governor’s Gallery at Oklahoma State Capitol, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2931.

NIGHT LIFE

Downtown in December, Downtown, 235-3500.. “Special Places” Art Exhibit by Regina Murphy, 8 p.m., JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 528-6336. “Animals at Large,” Summer Wine Art Gallery, 2928 B Paseo, 831-3279.

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NIGHT LIFE Othello’s, 434 Buchanan, Othello’s Comedy Night, 10 p.m., 701-4900. (Norman) Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W Memorial, DJ Big G, 9 p.m., 7511547.

HAPPENINGS National Geographic: Greatest Photographs of the American West, 10 a.m., National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, 1700 NE 63rd Street, 478-2250. “Pablo Picasso’s Woman,” Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, 555 Elm, 325-3272. (Norman)

“Deck the Walls,” Art Group Gallery, 9309 N Pennsylvania, 607-4669. Enriched: Animal Art from the OKC Zoo, Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-0765.

“E.CO,” The Untitled Artspace, 1 NE 3, 815-9995. Photography Exhibit: “Silent Witnesses,” OU Health Sciences Center, 1000 Stanton L Young Blvd, 271-2285. Annual Small Works Show, Norman Depot, 200 S Jones, 3079320. (Norman) History of Significance of Oklahoma Writers Exhibit, Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-6676. Artwork by Kim Norton, 50 Penn Place Art Gallery, 1900 Northwest Expressway, 848-5567. Christmas in the Park, 6 p.m., Yukon City Park, Freedom Trail & Chisholm Trail Park, (Yukon) Chesapeake Energy Holiday Lights Display, 6 p.m., NW 63 & Western. Downtown in December, Downtown, 235-3500.. “Special Places” Art Exhibit by Regina Murphy, 8 p.m., JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 528-6336. “The Unexplored: Emerging Artists Show,” Mainsite Contemporary Art Gallery, 122 E Main, 360-1162. (Norman) “Flowers in Portrait” works by David Gill, Visions In The Paseo Art Gallery, 2924 Paseo, 557-1229. “Paper, Trinkets, Baubles & Things” by Kate Rivers & Francene Levinson, Paseo Originals, 2920 Paseo, 6046602.

The James T. Bialac Native American Art Collection: Selected Works, Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, 555 Elm, 325-3272. (Norman) Science Museum Oklahoma and the Satellite Galleries present GEOMETRIX Geometry in Art exhibit, Science Museum Oklahoma, 2100 NE 52, 602-3760.

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26 CONCERTS Punx-Mas with Bad Engrish, Violent Affair, Wreckage Squad and No Luck, 9 p.m., The Conservatory, 8911 N Western, 879-9778.

LIVE MUSIC Grand Casino, 777 Grand Casino Blvd., TJ McFarland, 7 p.m., (405) 964-7263. (Shawnee) Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W Memorial, Nicnos, 9 p.m., 751-1547.

DECEMBER 19 - JANUARY 2 Enriched: Animal Art from the OKC Zoo, Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-0765. “ A Christmas Carol,” 7:30 p.m., Lyric at the Plaza, 1725 NW 16, 524-9312. Jesse Bartley Milam exhibit, Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler Drive, (888) 999-6007. ( Park Hill) “E.CO,” The Untitled Artspace, 1 NE 3, 815-9995. Photography Exhibit: “Silent Witnesses,” OU Health Sciences Center, 1000 Stanton L Young Blvd, 271-2285. Annual Small Works Show, Norman Depot, 200 S Jones, 3079320. (Norman)

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27 CONCERTS Casey Donahew, 8 p.m., Riverwind Casino, 1544 W State Highway 9, 322-6000. (Norman)

LIVE MUSIC Othello’s, 434 Buchanan, Open Mic Night!, 9 p.m., 701-4900. (Norman) McSalty’s Pizza, 3000 N Portland, Every Thursday Open Mic/Acoustic Night, 9 p.m., 943-3637.

History of Significance of Oklahoma Writers Exhibit, Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-6676.

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

Artwork by Kim Norton, 50 Penn Place Art Gallery, 1900 Northwest Expressway, 848-5567.

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

THEATER

Christmas in the Park, 6 p.m., Yukon City Park, Freedom Trail & Chisholm Trail Park, (Yukon)

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

“ A Christmas Carol,” 7:30 p.m., Lyric at the Plaza, 1725 NW 16, 524-9312.

Chesapeake Energy Holiday Lights Display, 6 p.m., NW 63 & Western.

Red Piano Lounge, 1 Park Ave., Tara Dillard, 5 p.m., 702-8555.

HAPPENINGS

Downtown in December, Downtown, 235-3500..

Red Piano Lounge, 1 Park Ave., David Morris, 5 p.m., 702-8555. JJ’s Alley, 212 E Sheridan, Mitch Cason, 9:30 p.m., 605-4543. UCO Jazz Lab, 100 E 5, Shortt Dogg, 8 p.m., 359-7989. (Edmond)

National Geographic: Greatest Photographs of the American West, 10 a.m., National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, 1700 NE 63rd Street, 478-2250. “Pablo Picasso’s Woman,” Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, 555 Elm, 325-3272. (Norman) The James T. Bialac Native American Art Collection: Selected Works, Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, 555 Elm, 325-3272. (Norman) Science Museum Oklahoma and the Satellite Galleries present GEOMETRIX Geometry in Art exhibit, Science Museum Oklahoma, 2100 NE 52, 602-3760.

“Special Places” Art Exhibit by Regina Murphy, 8 p.m., JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 528-6336.

JJ’s Alley, 212 E Sheridan, Amanda Cunningham, 9:30 p.m., 605-4543. UCO Jazz Lab, 100 E 5, Groove Merchants, 8 p.m., 359-7989. (Edmond)

THEATER “The Unexplored: Emerging Artists Show,” Mainsite Contemporary Art Gallery, 122 E Main, 360-1162. (Norman) “Flowers in Portrait” works by David Gill, Visions In The Paseo Art Gallery, 2924 Paseo, 557-1229. “Paper, Trinkets, Baubles & Things” by Kate Rivers & Francene Levinson, Paseo Originals, 2920 Paseo, 6046602.

“Deck the Walls,” Art Group Gallery, 9309 N Pennsylvania, 607-4669.

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“ A Christmas Carol,” 7:30 p.m., Lyric at the Plaza, 1725 NW 16, 524-9312.

SPORTS Oklahoma City Thunder vs Dallas Mavericks, 7 p.m., Chesapeake Energy Arena, 100 W Reno, 6028700.

HAPPENINGS National Geographic: Greatest Photographs of the American West, 10 a.m., National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, 1700 NE 63rd Street, 478-2250.

“Pablo Picasso’s Woman,” Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, 555 Elm, 325-3272. (Norman) The James T. Bialac Native American Art Collection: Selected Works, Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, 555 Elm, 325-3272. (Norman)

Science Museum Oklahoma and the Satellite Galleries present GEOMETRIX Geometry in Art exhibit, Science Museum Oklahoma, 2100 NE 52, 602-3760. “Deck the Walls,” Art Group Gallery, 9309 N Pennsylvania, 607-4669.

Enriched: Animal Art from the OKC Zoo, Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-0765. “ A Christmas Carol,” 7:30 p.m., Lyric at the Plaza, 1725 NW 16, 524-9312.


WIMGO EVENTS Jesse Bartley Milam exhibit, Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler Drive, (888) 999-6007. ( Park Hill) “E.CO,” The Untitled Artspace, 1 NE 3, 815-9995. Photography Exhibit: “Silent Witnesses,” OU Health Sciences Center, 1000 Stanton L Young Blvd, 271-2285. Annual Small Works Show, Norman Depot, 200 S Jones, 3079320. (Norman)

DECEMBER 19 - JANUARY 2 FRI

28 CONCERTS Little Big Town, 8 p.m., WinStar World Casino & Hotel, Exit 1, I-35, (580) 276-3100. (Thackerville)

JJ’s Alley, 212 E Sheridan, Samantha Rose, 10 p.m., 605-4543. JJ’s Alley, 212 E Sheridan, Rogers and Weilburg, 6:30 p.m., 605-4543. Mickey Mantle’s Steakhouse, 7 S Mickey Mantle, Lemma, 7 p.m., 272-0777. UCO Jazz Lab, 100 E 5, Soul-d Out, 8 p.m., 359-7989. (Edmond) McSalty’s Pizza, 3000 N Portland, The Neal Van, During A Dance and Weeping Martyr, 8 p.m., 943-3637.

Chesapeake Energy Holiday Lights Display, 6 p.m., NW 63 & Western.

Woody’s Sports Bar and Grill, 2501 NE 23, Positive Productions Band, 9 p.m., 415-4061.

“Pablo Picasso’s Woman,” Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, 555 Elm, 325-3272. (Norman)

Downtown in December, Downtown, 235-3500..

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

The James T. Bialac Native American Art Collection: Selected Works, Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, 555 Elm, 325-3272. (Norman)

“Baskets and Baubles,” basketry and jewelry of Andrea Kissinger, In Your Eye Studio & Gallery, 3005 Paseo, 525-2161.

Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W Memorial, Chinatown, 9 p.m., 751-1547. Remington Park Racing and Casino, 1 Remington Place, Shortt Dogg, 9 p.m., 424-1000. Red Piano Lounge, 1 Park Ave., Elspeth Brown, 5 p.m., 702-8555. Red Piano Lounge, 1 Park Ave., Christian Pearson, 10 p.m., 7028555. Sliders, 2616 S I 35 Service Rd, Holly Brothers, 672-6306.

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

Remington Park Racing and Casino, 1 Remington Place, Shortt Dogg, 9 p.m., 424-1000.

Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar & Grill, 310 Johnny Bench Drive, Brandon Jackson, 9 p.m., 231-0254.

Grand Casino, 777 Grand Casino Blvd., Squad Live, 9 p.m., (405) 9647263. (Shawnee)

“Special Places” Art Exhibit by Regina Murphy, 8 p.m., JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 528-6336.

Chickasaw Cultural Christmas Celebration, 5:30 p.m., Chickasaw Nation Cultural Center, 867 Charles F Cooper Memorial Drive, (580) 622-7130. (Sulphur)

Christmas in the Park, 6 p.m., Yukon City Park, Freedom Trail & Chisholm Trail Park, (Yukon)

“Flowers in Portrait” works by David Gill, Visions In The Paseo Art Gallery, 2924 Paseo, 557-1229.

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

HAPPENINGS National Geographic: Greatest Photographs of the American West, 10 a.m., National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, 1700 NE 63rd Street, 478-2250.

The Point After Club, 6800 S I 35 Service Road, Dice, 9 p.m., 7788166.

Downtown in December, Downtown, 235-3500..

Blue Note, 2408 N Robinson, Captain Eyeball, Sticky Stranglets and Movements, 9 p.m., 600-1166.

Blue Fire Grille at Waterford Marriott, 6300 Waterford, Burton Band, 9 p.m., 848-4782.

“The Unexplored: Emerging Artists Show,” Mainsite Contemporary Art Gallery, 122 E Main, 360-1162. (Norman)

Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar & Grill, 310 Johnny Bench Drive, Morris McCann, 9 p.m., 231-0254.

“Flowers in Portrait” works by David Gill, Visions In The Paseo Art Gallery, 2924 Paseo, 557-1229.

THEATER

Artwork by Kim Norton, 50 Penn Place Art Gallery, 1900 Northwest Expressway, 848-5567.

Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar and Grill, 777 Casino Way, Ste 1, Jerico, 9 p.m., (580) 276-9966. (Thackerville)

Chesapeake Energy Holiday Lights Display, 6 p.m., NW 63 & Western.

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

Mike McClure, 9 p.m., Wormy Dog Saloon, 311 E Sheridan, 601-6276.

“Special Places” Art Exhibit by Regina Murphy, 8 p.m., JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 528-6336.

Blue Fire Grille at Waterford Marriott, 6300 Waterford, Burton Band, 9 p.m., 848-4782.

“The Unexplored: Emerging Artists Show,” Mainsite Contemporary Art Gallery, 122 E Main, 360-1162. (Norman)

History of Significance of Oklahoma Writers Exhibit, Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-6676.

LIVE MUSIC

Christmas in the Park, 6 p.m., Yukon City Park, Freedom Trail & Chisholm Trail Park, (Yukon)

“ A Christmas Carol,” 8 p.m., Lyric at the Plaza, 1725 NW 16, 524-9312.

Science Museum Oklahoma and the Satellite Galleries present GEOMETRIX Geometry in Art exhibit, Science Museum Oklahoma, 2100 NE 52, 602-3760.

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The James T. Bialac Native American Art Collection: Selected Works, Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, 555 Elm, 325-3272. (Norman) Sccience Museum Oklahoma and the Satellite Galleries present GEOMETRIX Geometry in Art exhibit, Science Museum Oklahoma, 2100 NE 52, 602-3760. Enriched: Animal Art from the OKC Zoo, Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-0765. “ A Christmas Carol,” 2 and 8 p.m., Lyric at the Plaza, 1725 NW 16, 524-9312. Jesse Bartley Milam exhibit, Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler Drive, (888) 999-6007. ( Park Hill) “E.CO,” The Untitled Artspace, 1 NE 3, 815-9995.

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

Annual Small Works Show, Norman Depot, 200 S Jones, 3079320. (Norman)

Sliders, 2616 S I 35 Service Rd, Holly Brothers, 672-6306.

History of Significance of Oklahoma Writers Exhibit, Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-6676.

JJ’s Alley, 212 E Sheridan, Luke Wade Duo, 10 p.m., 605-4543. Mickey Mantle’s Steakhouse, 7 S Mickey Mantle, Attica State, 7 p.m., 272-0777.

CONCERTS UCO Jazz Lab, 100 E 5, Shadowman Blues Project, 8 p.m., 3597989. (Edmond)

Christmas in the Park, 6 p.m., Yukon City Park, Freedom Trail & Chisholm Trail Park, (Yukon) Chesapeake Energy Holiday Lights Display, 6 p.m., NW 63 & Western. Downtown in December, Downtown, 235-3500..

Mannheim Steamroller (2nd Show Just Added), 5 p.m., 8 p.m., 8 p.m., Civic Center Music Hall, 201 N Walker, 297-2264.

THEATER

“ A Christmas Carol,” 8 p.m., Lyric at the Plaza, 1725 NW 16, 524-9312.

George Lopez, 8 p.m., WinStar World Casino & Hotel, Exit 1, I-35, (580) 276-3100. (Thackerville)

“ A Christmas Carol,” 2 and 8 p.m., Lyric at the Plaza, 1725 NW 16, 524-9312.

“E.CO,” The Untitled Artspace, 1 NE 3, 815-9995.

Reckless Kelly, 9 p.m., Wormy Dog Saloon, 311 E Sheridan, 601-6276.

HAPPENINGS

Photography Exhibit: “Silent Witnesses,” OU Health Sciences Center, 1000 Stanton L Young Blvd, 271-2285.

Mannheim Steamroller Christmas, 8 p.m., Tulsa Performing Arts Center, 110 E 2, (918) 596-7122. (Tulsa)

National Geographic: Greatest Photographs of the American West, 10 a.m., National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, 1700 NE 63rd Street, 478-2250.

Overnight ZooSnooze, 7 p.m., Oklahoma City Zoo, 2000 Remington Place, 425-0218.

Annual Small Works Show, Norman Depot, 200 S Jones, 3079320. (Norman)

LIVE MUSIC “Pablo Picasso’s Woman,” Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, 555 Elm, 325-3272. (Norman)

“Color the Way” an exhibit by Gayle Curry., Governor’s Gallery at Oklahoma State Capitol, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2931.

Enriched: Animal Art from the OKC Zoo, Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-0765.

History of Significance of Oklahoma Writers Exhibit, Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-6676.

Ingrid’s Kitchen, 3701 N Youngs, Kitty Houston and Gary Johnson’s Band, noon, 946-8444.

“Flowers in Portrait” works by David Gill, Visions In The Paseo Art Gallery, 2924 Paseo, 557-1229. Chickasaw Cultural Christmas Celebration, 5:30 p.m., Chickasaw Nation Cultural Center, 867 Charles F Cooper Memorial Drive, (580) 622-7130. (Sulphur)

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30 CONCERTS Pitbull, 9 p.m., WinStar World Casino & Hotel, Exit 1, I-35, (580) 276-3100. (Thackerville) Mannheim Steamroller Christmas, 2 p.m., Tulsa Performing Arts Center, 110 E 2, (918) 596-7122. (Tulsa) Rickey Smiley Holiday Show, 7 p.m., Civic Center Music Hall, 201 N Walker, 297-2264.

LIVE MUSIC Friends Restaurant & Club, 3705 W Memorial, No BS Blues Jam, 6 p.m., 751-4057. The Deli, 309 White, Mike Hosty, 9 p.m., 329-3534. (Norman) JJ’s Alley, 212 E Sheridan, Open Mic Night with Jesse Cahn, 8 p.m., 605-4543. UCO Jazz Lab, 100 E 5, Mountain Science Museum Oklahoma ke, 3 p.m., 7 p.m., 359-7989. (Edmond)

NIGHT LIFE

DECEMBER 19 - JANUARY 2 Science Museum Oklahoma and the Satellite Galleries present GEOMETRIX Geometry in Art exhibit, Science Museum Oklahoma, 2100 NE 52, 602-3760. Christmas in the Park, 6 p.m., Yukon City Park, Freedom Trail & Chisholm Trail Park, (Yukon) Chesapeake Energy Holiday Lights Display, 6 p.m., NW 63 & Western. Downtown in December, Downtown, 235-3500.. “Flowers in Portrait” works by David Gill, Visions In The Paseo Art Gallery, 2924 Paseo, 557-1229. “Baskets and Baubles,” basketry and jewelry of Andrea Kissinger, In Your Eye Studio & Gallery, 3005 Paseo, 525-2161. “Paper, Trinkets, Baubles & Things” by Kate Rivers & Francene Levinson, Paseo Originals, 2920 Paseo, 6046602. “Color the Way” an exhibit by Gayle Curry., Governor’s Gallery at Oklahoma State Capitol, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2931.

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Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar and Grill, 777 Casino Way, Ste 1, Toby Wayne and Distant Thunder, 9 p.m., (580) 276-9966. (Thackerville) Grand Casino, 777 Grand Casino Blvd., New Years Eve Party with Electric Avenue, 5 p.m., (405) 9647263. (Shawnee) Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W Memorial, New Years Eve Party with Crossland, 8 p.m., 751-1547.

Science Museum Oklahoma and the Satellite Galleries present GEOMETRIX Geometry in Art exhibit, Science Museum Oklahoma, 2100 NE 52, 602-3760. Enriched: Animal Art from the OKC Zoo, Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-0765. History of Significance of Oklahoma Writers Exhibit, Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-6676. 5th Annual New Years Eve Party, 8 p.m., Zannotti’s Wine Bar, 113 W 7 (Stillwater)

CONCERTS Randy Rogers Band, 9:30 p.m., Cain’s Ballroom, 423 N Main, 918.584.2306. (Tulsa) Opening Night 2013, 7 p.m., Downtown Oklahoma City, 270-4848.. New Years Eve Bash! Featuring Jason Boland & The Stragglers with Cody Canada & The Departed, 9:30 p.m., Tumbleweed Dance Hall and Concert Arena, 5212 Lakeview Drive (Stillwater)

LIVE MUSIC Cookies, 2304 N Western, David Bruster and Andy Adams, 8 p.m.

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

Oklahoma City Thunder vs Brooklyn Nets, 7 p.m., Chesapeake Energy Arena, 100 W Reno, 6028700.

Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W Memorial, DJ Big G, 9 p.m., 7511547.

Grady’s 66 Pub, 444 W Main, New Years Eve Party with Jason Eady and Adam Hood, 9 p.m., 354-8789. (Yukon)

Christmas in the Park, 6 p.m., Yukon City Park, Freedom Trail & Chisholm Trail Park, (Yukon)

Remington Park Racing and Casino, 1 Remington Place, Stat Band, 8 p.m., 424-1000.

Chesapeake Energy Holiday Lights Display, 6 p.m., NW 63 & Western.

Edmond Outdoor Ice Rink, 12 p.m., Festival Market Place, 26 W 1, 2741638. (Edmond)

Blue Note, 2408 N Robinson, New Years Eve featuring Electric Camelz, Them Hounds and The Kamals, 9 p.m., 600-1166.

Edmond Outdoor Ice Rink, 12 p.m., Festival Market Place, 26 W 1, 2741638. (Edmond)

HAPPENINGS

Sliders, 2616 S I 35 Service Rd, Holly Brothers, 672-6306. Mickey Mantle’s Steakhouse, 7 S Mickey Mantle, Drive, The Band, 8 p.m., 272-0777.

NIGHT LIFE Zannotti’s Wine Bar, 113 W 7, 5th Annual New Years Eve Party, 8 p.m. (Stillwater)

Downtown in December, Downtown, 235-3500.. Opening Night 2013, 7 p.m., Downtown Oklahoma City, 270-4848.. New Years Eve Party with Electric Avenue, 5 p.m., Grand Casino, 777 Grand Casino Blvd., (405) 9647263. (Shawnee) New Years Eve Party with Crossland, 8 p.m., Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W Memorial, 751-1547.

SPORTS

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

HAPPENINGS

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

Oklahoma City Thunder vs Phoenix Suns, 7 p.m., Chesapeake Energy Arena, 100 W Reno, 6028700. Edmond Outdoor Ice Rink, 12 p.m., Festival Market Place, 26 W 1, 2741638. (Edmond)

HAPPENINGS National Geographic: Greatest Photographs of the American West, 10 a.m., National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, 1700 NE 63rd Street, 478-2250. “Pablo Picasso’s Woman,” Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, 555 Elm, 325-3272. (Norman)

New Years Eve featuring Electric Camelz, Them Hounds and The Kamals, 9 p.m., Blue Note, 2408 N Robinson, 600-1166. New Years Eve Bash! Featuring Jason Boland & The Stragglers with Cody Canada & The Departed, 9:30 p.m., Tumbleweed Dance Hall and Concert Arena, 5212 Lakeview Drive (Stillwater)

SPORTS

National Geographic: Greatest Photographs of the American West, 10 a.m., National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, 1700 NE 63rd Street, 478-2250. “Pablo Picasso’s Woman,” Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, 555 Elm, 325-3272. (Norman) Science Museum Oklahoma and the Satellite Galleries present GEOMETRIX Geometry in Art exhibit, Science Museum Oklahoma, 2100 NE 52, 602-3760. Enriched: Animal Art from the OKC Zoo, Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-0765. “E.CO,” The Untitled Artspace, 1 NE 3, 815-9995. History of Significance of Oklahoma Writers Exhibit, Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-6676. Chesapeake Energy Holiday Lights Display, 6 p.m., NW 63 & Western. “The Unexplored: Emerging Artists Show,” Mainsite Contemporary Art Gallery, 122 E Main, 360-1162. (Norman)

HAPPENINGS National Geographic: Greatest Photographs of the American West, 10 a.m., National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, 1700 NE 63rd Street, 478-2250. “Pablo Picasso’s Woman,” Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, 555 Elm, 325-3272. (Norman) Science Museum Oklahoma and the Satellite Galleries present GEOMETRIX Geometry in Art exhibit, Science Museum Oklahoma, 2100 NE 52, 602-3760. Traditions and Resolutions in Art, Art Group Gallery, 9309 N Pennsylvania, 607-4669. Enriched: Animal Art from the OKC Zoo, Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-0765. “E.CO,” The Untitled Artspace, 1 NE 3, 815-9995. History of Significance of Oklahoma Writers Exhibit, Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-6676. Chesapeake Energy Holiday Lights Display, 6 p.m., NW 63 & Western. Winterfest, Downtown,, (918) 894-4267. (Tulsa) “The Unexplored: Emerging Artists Show,” Mainsite Contemporary Art Gallery, 122 E Main, 360-1162. (Norman)


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TAURUS = '05-$2,950; '06-$3,950 loaded, new tires. 201-3831 95 Ford Taurus 4-dr sedan 1 owner - garage kept - 65k miles $3,000. 405-371-0047

98 Aaccord 4dr Auto, Air, 190k Good Cond. $2,695. »» 640-7209

¡CASH¡ we still pay the most!

$250 & UP!! 405-408-4835

2007 G6, 71K miles, New Pioneer sound system, New tag, Drives & Runs Great, Beautiful Car in Perfect Cond. $9400 405-694-4955

2012 E350 Conv, AMG Sport, Carfax Cert, 9K mi ¡ $51,950 MbForLess.com ¡ 972-243-3400 2011 E350 Conv, Nav, Carfax Cert, $34,950 MbForLess.com ¡ 972-243-3400 2011 C300 Carfax Cert, Heated Seats, 18K mi. $25,950 MbForLess.com ¡ 972-243-3400 2011 E350, Carfax Cert, MB Warr, Nav. ¡ $33,950 MbForLess.com ¡ 972-243-3400 2010 CLS550, Nav, Keygo, Carfax Cert, MB Warr ¡ $39,950 MbForLess.com ¡ 972-243-3400

2010 GL450 PII, Keygo, Nav, Carfax Cert. ¡ $33,950 MbForLess.com ¡ 972-243-3400

2010 XK Convertible $49,950 Carfax Cert, As New JagsForLess.com 972-243-3400

2010 ML350 Sport, Nav., Carfax Cert, MB Warr, $25,950 MbForLess.com ¡ 972-243-3400

'08 XJ8, 8K mi, Carfax Cert, As New ¡ $34,950 JagsForLess.com ¡ 972-243-3400

'10 E550, PII, Keygo, Carfax Cert, MB Warr. $35,950 MbForLess.com ¡ 972-243-3400

10 Sup chrgd full sz Range Rover, 18k Carfax cert. warr $64,950 LRForLess.com ¡ 972-243-3400

97 Sentra GXE Automatic, All Power $2,100»» 405-401-0843

2012 GLK350 Sport, Nav, Carfax Cert, 9K mi ¡ $31,950 MbForLess.com ¡ 972-243-3400

2011 XK Coupe, $54,950 Carfax Cert, As New JagsForLess.com ¡ 972-243-3400

'09 S550 PII, Keygo, MB Warr, Carfax Cert ¡ $45,950 MbForLess.com ¡ 972-243-3400 09 E350, 18k, Pano PII AMG Sport As New, Carfax Cert $29,950 MbForLess.com ¡ 972-243-3400

2010 Saturn Vue 27 MPG Under Warranty $15,400 4Dr, Sport Utility, FWD, V4, Automatic, White ext, Tan int, Cloth Interior, great cond, 48500 mi, A/C, CD, fold down rear seat, keyless entry, Ask for a Test Drive! VIN: 3GSALAE12AS581941 $15,400, Contact Daniel Howard saturnvueokc@gmail.com 405-367-9344 (call/text)

2004 Nissan 350Z Automatic, Red ext, 36000 mi, $13,000. 405-596-0387

FOR SALE BY OWNER 2012 Toyota Highlander 18,500 mi, $31,500, 405-414-7181 '01 Toyota Rav 4, 1 owner, nonsmoker, snrf, auto, loaded, black, 139K, extra nice, $7900. 424-6821 1999 Corolla CE, 4 door, a/c, auto, 143K miles, $2900, 405-321-6483.

'09 SLK Conv, Carfax Cert, MB Warr, $25,950 MbForLess.com ¡ 972-243-3400 2008 2007 2005 2004 2003 2001

$250 & Up for non-running vehicles, no title ok. 405-819-6293

E350, ML350, C240, E500, E320, S500,

36K, 49K, 48K, 97K, 77K, 98K,

$27,900; $23,900; $15,500; $15,500; $15,900; $12,500;

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2012 C250 Coupe, Pano, AMG Sport, Carfax Cert ¡ $33,950 MbForLess.com ¡ 972-243-3400

2010 E450 Sport, Nav, MB Warr, Carfax Cert. $29,950 MbForLess.com ¡ 972-243-3400

I BUY JUNK CARS/TRKS Running or not, all years. 341-5404

CALL 1st OR LAST

2012 E350 Sport, Low mi, Nav, Carfax Cert, MB Warr ¡ $37,450 MbForLess.com ¡ 972-243-3400

2012 XJ, Carfax Cert, 10K mi. ¡ $54,950 JagsForLess.com ¡ 972-243-3400

AAA cash car, trk cycle. Run/notfree tow. We come to U 850-9696

¡Paying The Most¡

2012 GL450 PII, Sport, DVD, Nav, 6K mi ¡ $59,950 MbForLess.com ¡ 972-243-3400

Red '89 XJS V-12 JAG, 30K orig miles, $15,000 obo 405-245-6464

2009 LX570, white, 40K, loaded, 1 owner, like new, $53K, 820-9158.

2606 S Kelly, Edmond, OK. 405-340-4064 or 405-740-8212. 2003 Mercedes C240 loaded mint condition 1 owner 60K mi $11,900. 405-692-2077

'98 Towncar Signature Series, lthr, loaded, $3,850 ¡ 863-6399

'02 LeSabre Custom, 3.8L, 160K, new tires, $3,450. 669-4094

'98 Mazada Protege, beige, good tires, new battery, AC, CD, runs good, $2,100 obo, 405-706-5967

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'95 Towncar Signature Series, xtra nice, $3,450 ¡ 863-6399

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2012 Versa SL, auto, 35 mpg/ town, 23K mi, $14,400. 206-1186 05 Sentra Special, silver, loaded, power, $4150 obo 405-210-3351

WANTED Dead or Alive Vans Cars PUs • Running or Not! FAST CASH $$ TOP DOLLAR GAUARANTEED 7days wk

417-9313


We Pay & Tow Away Your Unwanted Vehicles 512-7278 I BUY JUNK CARS/TRKS Running or not, all years. 341-5404 $250 & Up for non-running vehicles, no title ok. 405-819-6293

1987 GMC TWIN SCREW 14' dump box bad motor $5000 or best offer 405-542-7297

'66 Chevy Pickup w/late model Corvette engine, good body, engine needs to be installed right, Bargain! $1,500. 885-2572 2010 Chevy Silverado 1500 LS crew cab, 1 owner, ext. warr., 64K mi, $16,500 obo. 405-826-6192 '95 Chevy ext. cab, V8, auto, white, good shape, ready to work, $1,200 obo. 885-2572 Platinum 2010 Ford F-150 Super Crew 24,000 mi, one owner, non-smoker, garage kept $37,900, sam@ciscor.com (918)-607-1519 2007 Ford F-150 Super Crew Crew Cab, 4WD, great cond, 91K mi, loaded, $19.8K, 214-471-3062

MUST SEE 1983 GMC Vandura G2500 5Dr, Conversion Van, 2WD, 350 8Cylinder, Automatic, Maroon ext, TAN int, Cloth Interior, 28K NEW MOTOR mi, A/C, air deflector, alloy wheels, AM/FM stereo, bucket seats, cargo lamp, CD, cruise, fold down rear seat, lugg rack, pinstripes, PL, PS, PW, rear air, alarm, tinted glass, tilt, tow pkg, 3rd row seat, 4000.00 OBO, Michael Loveless 3808 NW 58th street Oklahoma City Oklahoma 73112 michael.loveless@t-mobile. com 405-410-1000

'97 Dyna Wide Glide, 10K orig miles (PERFECT). $12,500 405-245-6464 New 2012 Suzuki 650cc S40 Boulevard. Only 6 mile on the bike!! $4,400 Cash 405-948-4018

IT'S CHRISTMAS, LET YOUR INNER CHILD GO WILD! Arctic Cat Wildcat ATVs now on the floor. Mid America Cycle 405-282-0086

Golf Car Center Yamaha, E-Z-GO New/Used 262-2221 Okc- 866-323-2221

Great Bank! Great Hours! No Saturdays!

» Edmond Office » ONB Bank has an opening for a full-time Teller Hours: Mon – Fri 8:00 – 5:00 Previous teller or cash handling experience preferred. EEO/AA/M/F/D/V We Support a Drug Free Workplace.

Secretarial/Legal Assistant

Customer Service Rep.

Small bankruptcy law office needs FCC/Assistant for Chapter 7 & 13 filings. $10-$13/hour depending on exp. Send resume to: kelsie.witt@coxinet.net

TYPIST WITH WORD EXPER needed for busy Law firm near downtown. Apply at 1132 N BROADWAY 232-8585

AUTO DEALERSHIP Females encouraged to apply •Internet Advertising Director •All Other Positions Open Call (405) 799-4400 or go to MAutoGroup.com to Apply eoe

2001 Ford Expedition, fully loaded, leather, all options, 160K, excellent shape $3,500. 885-2572 '91 Ford Explorer XL, 4.0L, 129K, new tires, Xnice $1,850. 201-3831 1999 GMC Jimmy SLE 4WD 4DR V6 blk loaded $2995obo. 359-8159 04 Honda Pilot, 4WD, auto, fully loaded, $9,450 obo. 670-1869 '01 Jeep Cherokee Sport, 4.0 eng 4WD, $3,950 ¡ 863-6399 '95 Jeep Grand Cherokee, 4.0 eng, nice, cold air, $2,650 ¡ 863-6399

ACCOUNTING ANALYST

6th Grade Math and 7th SS positions. Report Date: January 7, 2013 Send resumes to: Pam Lucas 405-399-6101 plucas@jonesms.k12.ok.us

Oklahoma City based insurance company. Applicants should be detail oriented, have basic computer skills, and have excellent verbal and written communication skills. Responsibilities include handling incoming telephone calls and making policy changes. Must be able to type 30-35 wpm. Benefits available. $9.00 per hour. Call 848-7931.

Hiring FT high-energy CSRs with positive attitude. Need flexible & enthusiastic team players with attention to detail and comfort with computer entry. Environment is dry clean restoration facility. Apply at CRDN (American Cleaners), 208 NW 132nd Street.

Now Hiring ‚ 203-0596

FIRESTONE Home Health Care w/experience. Looking for 2 people to take care of elderly. Weekends and nights. Must be caring and loving. Light housework. 234-6968.

AMERICAN CLEANERS is looking to hire FT pickup and delivery drivers for its expanding restoration division. $10/hour to start. Candidates must be very serviceoriented, have a good driving record and pass a pre-employment physical and drug test, minimum of 21 years of age. Moving/Packing experience a plus. Please apply at 208 NW 132nd Street, OKC, OK 73114.

Asbury Medical Supply

Full Time Delivery Driver Wednesday-Sunday, $10-12/hr Fax resumes to (405) 858-0119 or Email jenni@asburymedical.com CANTEEN HIRING FOR A

Warehouse Person Full time. Must have a drivers license. 6101 N W 2nd, OKC. Apply M-F 9am to 12PM.

CHILDCARE TEACHERS CCP or CDA. Good pay. Southside child care. Good working environment. Call 405-632-6724. CHILD CARE WORKER EDMOND POSITIONS AVAILABLE. Experience required. Dependable only apply 330-3077 for application. CUSTODIANS Mid-Del area, full and part time, $7.25/hr. Must pass background check. NO FELONIES. Call 732-8864 between 8:30 and 1:30. (closed Dec 21st-26th)

Administrative Assistant

Dishwashers

Oklahoma State Fair, Inc., has an immediate, full-time opening in its State Fair Division. Applicant must have strong communication, supervisory, problem solving and organizational skills. Knowledge of computers is required. Salary range starts at $27,500 plus benefits. College degree preferred or comparable work experience. Full job description @ www.okstatefair.com. E-mail resume and cover letter to anemecek@okstatefair.com or mail to: PO Box 74943, Oklahoma City, OK 73147.

needed in NW OKC. Mornings and Weekends. Great working environment. Apply in person to 12525 N. Pennsylvania Ave.

Clerical Position

First American Bank is searching for an Accounting Analyst at our Norman Corporate Office. This person will prepare financial and accounting reports for use by management and staff throughout our growing bank. Additionally, you will prepare various regulatory reports and perform traditional accounting functions such as account reconcilement and payables as a part of the financial team. Bachelor’s degree required, preferably in accounting or finance. Non-related degree with a minimum of 2-3 years experience in bank accounting will be considered. EOE. Qualified candidates may send a resume to jfox@bankfab.com.

COLLECTORS WANTED NW OKC Third party exp. preferred. Email resume: jobs@mfgokc.com

AUTOMOTIVE TECHS

Tire & Lube Tech Needed

Jones Middle School is accepting resumes for a

AMERICAN CLEANERS Hiring FT Customer Service Reps. Starting pay $9.00 per hour. Apply at 13901 N May Ave.

Customer Service Reps

Experience preferred. Apply at: Quail Springs Automotive 15220 N May Ave.

2008 Ford Escape XLT, 57K, all power, cruise, leather, sunroof, luggage rack, clean, $12,500, 405613-6807 or 405-830-7410.

'01 Ford Windstar LX, 3.8L, 120K, dual doors loaded $2950.201-3831

CPA We have 13 franchised restaurants in Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Texas, as well as many other companies. We are currently looking for a full time CPA that has experience handling a diverse company and working out of our offices. Must be a CPA or PA and thorough experience with Quickbooks, Windows, and Microsoft Office. Position will include any and all P&Ls due monthly, some quarterly, and annually. Any and all returns or tax related issues. Negotiable Holidays, and weekends off. jhoward2303@aol.com

Please apply online at www.onbbank.com

'99 Suburban, 4wd, 3rd row seating, $2850, $2,850 ¡ 863-6399

'02 Chevy Express Cargo Van, C1500, $4,150 ¡ 863-6399

LIC. PLMB. JOURNEYMAN PREVAILING WAGE PROJECTS. MUST HAVE COMM. EXP. MIN. 3 YRS. DRUG TESTING, MUST BE ABLE TO PASS A BACKGROUND CHECK. ORCUTT MECH. (405) 787-5888.

'98 Merc Villager well kept, clean ac, loaded lthr $2250 863-6399

'89 Ford F500, 4spd, 14ft steel bed w/ steel sideboards, good tires, $1,500 CASH. 885-2572

'99 Venture LS, 3.4L, 127K, new trans,dependable $1950.669-4094

Accounting Accounts payable, accounts receivable, writing checks, reconciliation, filing, keeping up with insurance accounts. High School Diploma Must have at least 2 years experience in accounting. Must have thorough knowledge using Quickbooks as well as Windows and Microsoft Office. Hourly (negotiable) jhoward2303@aol.com

PD-Rx is seeking warehouse personnel to repackage pharmaceuticals from bulk packaging into unit of use for further distribution. Must be detail oriented, have analytical and problem solving skills. The position requires computer skills, ability to count large numbers, follow directions, comply with government regulations and complete 18-20 standard pharmaceutical runs per day. Climate controlled environment, excellent benefits. Send resume: employment@pdrx.com.

NW OKC based insurance company is seeking detail oriented individual for clerical position. Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills and basic computer skills, with a working knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel. Min. of 35 wpm typing and 6500 kph 10-key skills required. Benefits available. $8.50/hr. ¡ Call 848-7931. CLERICAL POSITION Immediate opening for busy Law firm near downtown. Apply at 1132 N BROADWAY 232-8585 LEGAL OFFICE ASSISTANT Must be good at multi-tasking, possess good people skills, good phone & math skills. Computer literate. Fax resume to: 405-702-4313

Norman bank is seeking a

Network Administrator responsible for the configuration, implementation and maintenance of various technologies. Responsible for the administration of the bank’s network infrastructure to include desktop PC’s, Servers, Network Equipment, VOIP Phones, and software applications. Knowledge of Windows Server 2000/2003, DNS and DHCP. Experience with Routers, Switches and Firewalls. Related Degree and 5+ years experience. Heavy Exchange experience is a must. Qualified candidates can send resumes to jfox@bankfab.com. Salary requirements must be included in order to be considered. EOE

COMMERCIAL DRYWALL & ACOUSTICAL MECHANICS Must have tools and prior commercial experience. Pay rate depends on experience level. Drug Test Required. APPLY IN PERSON TO: Marek Brothers Systems 1522 W. Main OKC, OK. 73106 405-429-7969

FRAMERS WANTED. OWN TRANSPORTATION REQUIRED. 306-0435

Bethany Public Schools: Part-time Tutor. 12 hours a week. Bilingual preferred. Must have either 48 hours of college credit or be para certified. Apply at 6721 NW 42nd in Bethany. Call 499-4601 for more information. EOE. HELP WANTED: The Oklahoma School for the Deaf is accepting applications for a

Speech Language Pathologist position. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Interested applicants should submit one set of the following materials to Department of Rehabilitation Services, Attn: Human Resources Unit, 3525 NW 58th Street, Suite 500, Oklahoma City, OK 73112: a cover letter that must include the job announcement number (2013-059); resume with copies of teaching certificate and college transcripts; and a complete listing of all qualifying educational and employment data, including complete dates, addresses and telephone numbers. Please submit three professional references, with telephone numbers to be reached during office hours, with your resume. If you have any questions regarding this position or the application process, contact Calvin Small at (405) 951-3527 or Jammie Thomison at (580) 622-4907.

DRIVERS & HELPERS for moving company. Apply in person at 1131 Enterprise Ave., Unit 15A, OKC, OK, 445-7618. FULL TIME position needed 11PM-7AM for Group Home. Clean OSBI and MVR reports. EOE ¡ Call 949-2271.

General Laborers for construction site in Edmond, OK. Mechanical exp. preferred.

Call (423) 507-7699. EOE.

IMPERIAL COFFEE SERVICE has opening for

Entry Level Service Technician Duties include: repairing vending machines, rebuilding coffee machines & installing. Starting pay is $10-$12 hourly depending on exp. Please apply in person at: 6801 Pat Ave, Oklahoma City, OK


Lead Facility Custodian Works 34-38 hours on flexible shifts, Pay range is $12- $16 an hour with opportunity for full time status in the organization. Primary Duties: Employee will oversee cleaning of restrooms, offices, meeting rooms, kitchens outdoor sidewalks and grounds at the Myriad Botanical Gardens. Working conditions include restricted movement, dirty environment, lifting or carrying of heavy objects. Employee will be responsible for set up and clean up of events and meetings. The lead facility custodian will also be responsible for the inventory and stocking of cleaning supplies. Employee will coordinate directly with the Event Rental Manager and Director of Facilities to ensure events are properly set up & staffed with custodian personnel. Minimum Qualifications: High school diploma or equivalent, 2-5 years of custodial experience, certification course in facility trade preferred, must have valid driver license and means of transportation. Candidate should be a self-starter with the ability to supervise. For complete description and application go to www.myriadgardens.org or contact the Matt Maly at 405-445-7086. Myriad Gardens Foundation is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Loan company needs fulltime LOAN OFFICERS. North & South OKC positions available. Must have reliable trans and steady emp. history. Sat morn avail and field collections are req. We offer a great bonus prog and auto allowance. Small loan exp pref but not req. Apply at B&R Finance 2613 N MacArthur OKC. No calls please. Looking for a Driver over 21 Clean MVR Tues - Sat 8:30am - 4:30pm $9. an hour. Please Send Resume to oklahomadriver@yahoo.com Moore Schools needs

Bus Drivers In-house training provided, pay starts at $10.38/hour Call 735-4203. Oil & Gas wellhead service company seeks field service technicians & valve technicians. 3+ years experience preferred. Great benefits. Wage based on experience. Email resume to: opportunities@premium valveservices.com or fax to: 281-457-2585. Oilfield Service Company Starting $12 per hour. No experience necessary! Will train! Paid travel & expenses with required OT. Competitive benefits. Must bring DL, NO EXCEPTIONS! Drug screen required. Apply in person M-F ONLY, 9:00AM - 4:00PM @ 2101 S Eastern Ave, OKC, OK, 73129.

Part-time Facility Custodian Works 32-36 hours on flexible shifts, Pay range is $11-$15 an hour with opportunity for advancement in the organization. Primary Duties: Employee will clean restrooms, offices, meeting rooms, kitchens, outdoor sidewalks and grounds of assigned areas at the Myriad Botanical Gardens. Working conditions include restricted movement, dirty environment, lifts or carries heavy objects. Employee will be responsible for setting up and cleaning of events and meetings. Job requirements include: a high school diploma or equivalent, custodial experience preferred, valid driver license & means of transportation. Candidate should be a self-starter with the ability to work with minimal supervision. For complete description and application go to www.myriadgardens.org or contact the Matt Maly at 405-445-7086. Myriad Gardens Foundation is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Receptionist/Dog Handler for dog day care. Experience preferred. Email resume to aprilcpdd@gmail.com

SERVICE REP Lincare, leading national respiratory company, seeks caring Service Representative. Service patients in their home for oxygen and equipment needs. Warm personalities, age 21+, who can lift up to 120 lbs should apply. CDL w/DOT a plus, or obtainable. Growth opportunities are excellent. Drug-free workplace. EOE Fax resume 9 4 7 -5 7 5 1 Shirt Presser EXP ONLY! $350 a week Mon - Fri. Round-Up Cleaners 3009 N Penn. WATER DAMAGE DRYING TECH Residential & commercial properties. Earn $40 to $60K + benefits. Apply at 555 N. Ann Arbor, OKC.

Audio Plus is now hiring Sales, Installers & Window Tinters. Competitive pay; Medical Ins. avail. Apply at our OKC location: 6800 NW Expressway ’ CERTIFIED HOME HEALTH AIDES ’ & 24 HOUR LIVE-IN CAREGIVERS Caring for Seniors IMMEDIATE OPENINGS PT/FT FLEXIBLE SHIFTS, BENEFITS To Apply Call 577-1910

Visiting Angels ’ CERTIFIED HOME HEALTH AIDES ’ & 24 HOUR LIVE-IN CAREGIVERS Caring for Seniors IMMEDIATE OPENINGS PT/FT FLEXIBLE SHIFTS, BENEFITS To Apply Call 577-1910

Visiting Angels

ENGINEER OKC Mfg. seeks degreed Engineer who has a min. 3 yrs exper with steel, steel fabrication, & nat’l gas processing equip. Applicants must be able to project manage, have excellent, assertive communication skills, & an ability to work in a very fast paced environment. Email resumes to:

ddurbin@qbjohnson.com or fax to 405-672-2701

Structural Engineer Design structural framing and foundations for commercial, health care and institutional single and multi-story projects. Perform engineering calculations using engineering software such as STAAD and Enercalc. Prepare documentation using AutoCAD and Revit. Bachelors Degree in Civil or Architectural Engineering - Structural emphasis. Up to four years structural design experience for buildings. Experience required using building codes (IBC and ASCE) and material codes (AISC, ACI, AISI, NDS) for steel, concrete, wood framing and masonry design. Revit experience a plus. Salary commensurate with experience. Vacation and health insurance provided. structeng59@sbcglobal.net

ACTIVITIES PERSON 7-3 shift. Must have LTC cert and good driving record. Competitive salary and benefits (after probation). Interested individuals can apply at company headquarters, 3317 SE 18th St., (Del City, OK). No phone calls. Billing/Collections/Check-out EXPERIENCED individual needed for FT reception/check-out and some billing/collection duties for busy urology ofc. Must have good phone, people and computer skills. Fax resume (405)634-7844 CAREGIVER NEEDED he/she must be compassionate,active and ready to start immediately,very attractive wages High School Diploma djohnson0098@gmail.com

Occupational Medicine physician seeks Medical Transcriptionist. Must be organized and energetic with excellent phone skills and detail oriented. Will require cross training as a Receptionist. Excellent working environment. Salary based onexperience. Fax resume to 405-840-6723.

Office Administrator for dental office in Del City. Duties include all functions of practice. Must have exc. computer skills, multi tasking, enthusiasm, & willing to train. 6 arms & 4 legs would help!! Call after 5, 6704480 or fax resumes to 670-3104. PD-Rx is seeking warehouse personnel to repackage pharmaceuticals from bulk packaging into unit of use for further distribution. Must be detail oriented, have analytical and problem solving skills. The position requires computer skills, ability to count large numbers, follow directions, comply with government regulations and complete 18-20 standard pharmaceutical runs per day. Climate controlled environment, excellent benefits. Send resume: employment@pdrx.com.

RECEPTIONIST Full time for busy OB/GYN office. Experience preferred. Fax resume to 1-866-313-3914. ’ CERTIFIED HOME HEALTH AIDES ’ & 24 HOUR LIVE-IN CAREGIVERS Caring for Seniors IMMEDIATE OPENINGS PT/FT FLEXIBLE SHIFTS, BENEFITS To Apply Call 577-1910

Visiting Angels

Dentist needed F/T for nursing home practice in OKC area. Exc salary & benefits. 590-8331 or send resume to plgrill@yahoo.com

CMAs/MATs - All Shifts Apply at: Sommerset Assisted Living 1601 SW 119th St, OKC.

• FT night position 7p-7a • PRN RN’s needed, both shifts

Dental Assistant

INSURANCE COLLECTOR/ BILLING SPECIALIST needed Part Time, M-F, for Dr's office. Exc. communication skills & computer literacy needed. Fax resume: 405-235-6206

Medical Assistant For Dermatology Practice. Must have 2+ yrs. Exp. EMR, Spelling, Typing & Punctuation are critical. Background/drug. Travel and dependable transportation are required. Only exp. w/2yrs or more considered. Call 249-5008 or send resume wskinisin@yahoo.com MEDICAL OFFICE POSITION Full time. Medical experience preferred. Submit resume in person: 3817 NW Expressway St, Ste 710 Oklahoma City, OK 73112 »»»»»»»»»»»» MEDICAL RECORDS CLERK Full time. Busy treatment center looking for neat & organized people to assist with medical records at our Norman location. Email resume to apply@splains.org or fax to 405-217-8502. »»»»»»»»»»»»

Qualified Mental Retardation Professional Degree required. We offer competitive salary and great working conditions with benefits (after probation). Interested individuals can fax resume to 405-672-2353, attn: Personnel Manager, or email damonledbetter@ymail.com »»»»»»»»»»»»

Emergency Dept RN Med/Surg RN • FT day position 7a-7p • PRN RN’s needed both shifts EOE. APPLY ONLINE AT

Southern Plains Treatment Services, a leader in behavioral health, is now seeking applications for a Licensed Therapist in Norman. Please fax resume to 405-217-8502 or email to apply@splains.org »»»»»»»»»»»»

Oak Tree Counseling Services is seeking a to manage the overall provision of Human Resources services. Applicant must have expertise in Oklahoma labor laws, employee relations, recruiting and employee benefits. Ideal applicants should have a Bachelor’s degree —4 years of experience preferred. Preference will also be given to those with PHR certification. Annual salary $45K. Please contact Mark Brown at mcbrown@oaktreecs.com

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Securitas Security is now hiring for FT Armed & Unarmed Security Officers. Must be 18, HS Dip/GED, basic computer skills, need to be avail. for all shifts incl. wkends & holidays. Competitive pay, Med/Den/Vis/ 401K/Vacation pay. Apply online at www.securitasjobs.com EOE M/F/D/V

MANUFACTURING POSITIONS Southwest Electric Co. is taking applications for manufacturing positions to fill vacancies which might occur because of a union strike. Successful applicants would be hired as replacements for strikers. We offer a competititve wage paid weekly and great benefits programs. Interested applicants should contact Resource Mfg. at 405-632-0777

STRIKE REPLACEMENTS

THERAPIST

Human Resource Manager

Chiropractic Assistant No experience necessary. $10/ hr+bonus. Email resume to wilsonfamilychiro@gmail.com wilsonchirookc.com

FT assist w/exp & certifications, for innovative Edmond office. Email: apply@ident.com Fax: (405) 340-5162

Sulphur Veterans Center is recruiting for a Medical Doctor and Physician Assistant To join our Staff in caring for Oklahoma’s War Heroes In a Long Term Care Facility. Salary is negotiable, excellent benefits package Provided through the State of Oklahoma Including malpractice insurance, 40 hour work week, Housing Available Contact: Stacie Paige, Administrator 580-622-2144

I am a Housekeeper and Sitter for elderly looking for work. References. 286-2414

Competitive salary, good benefits & team environment. EOE

PD-Rx is seeking warehouse personnel to repackage pharmaceuticals from bulk packaging into unit of use for further distribution. Must be detail oriented, have analytical and problem solving skills. The position requires computer skills, ability to count large numbers, follow directions, comply with government regulations and complete 18-20 standard pharmaceutical runs per day. Climate controlled environment, excellent benefits. Send resume: employment@pdrx.com.

Quality Assurance Team Coordinator Exiss/Sooner Trailer currently accepting applications for Quality Assurance Team Coordinator. Apply in person at 900 E. Trail Blvd, El Reno or fax resume to 405-422-7331 attn: HR.

Telephone Interviewer Local insurance company seeks a Nurse to fill part time temporary, contract position. Position requires interviewing new applicants via phone. Qualified candidate must have familiarity with medical terminology and excellent verbal and written communication skills. Call 848-7931.

WARR ACRES NURSING CENTER Apply at: 6501 N. MACARTHUR ‘‘‘‘‘‘‘‘‘‘‘‘‘‘‘‘‘‘

LPNs Needed for medical office. Great hours and benefits. Fax resume to 405-235-8145. LPN with exc communication skills for doctors ofc. M-F. Benefits. Fax resume: 405-235-8145. Medical Assistant MA for fast paced orthopedic ofc Must be Friendly & Outgoing Exp Preferred Good Benefits, Fax resume 7034855 or kimh@ocosports.com Kim Harris (405) 759-2663 (405) 703-4855 (Fax) kimh@ocosports.com

Guardsmark Unarmed Security Now Hiring F/T Overnight Postion for upscale location in Edmond. $10 per hr + full paid benefits Minimum age 21. Good Work History & Good Driving Record a must. Semi-Retired encouraged to apply. EOE Apply in person at Guardsmark 4801 N Classen Ste 139 M-F

School Courier 2-3 hours per day, CLEET certified, permit to carry a gun; military or law enforcement background required, must use personal vehicle. Call 735-4233.

ADMINISTRATOR Seeking a licensed administrator for assisted living community located in NW OKC. Must have or be able obtain your administrators license and have experience as an administrator for Assisted Living or Nursing home. Management skills required. Some medical background is a plus. Please call 495-6870.


East Central University Physical Plant Director Requirements: Must be able to plan, direct, and supervise the work force of the Physical Plant personnel. Valid Oklahoma driver's license. Ability to read, interpret and apply preventive maintenance instructions for physical plant equipment. Ability to read and interpret blueprints. Ability to create specifications and scope of work for construction projects and bid documents. Must be able to communicate in fluent English, using twoway radio system. Preferred Oklahoma state contractors' license in technical trade. Preferred seven years’ experience in maintenance and operation of physical plant systems. Five years’ experience demonstrating progressive and responsible senior management. Qualifications: HS Diploma or GED and five years senior management experience, preferred BS in Engineering, Business Administration or related field To Apply: Send letter of application, resume, *disclosure statement, three professional references and transcripts to Ashley Rushing, Employment Services, East Central University, 1100 E. 14th Street, Ada, OK 74820 or via email to es@ecok.edu. For complete job description visit www.ecok.edu . AA/EOE.

HIGH-TECH CAREER Sodexo at Oklahoma City University Is now hiring Experienced Positions:

• Bakers • Baristas • Cooks • Cashiers • Dishwashers We do complete bkgrnd checks. Accepting Applications Mon-Thr Dec 17-20 10am-2pm Apply in person at Alvin's Snack Bar (downstairs) University Center 2501 N. Blackwelder Ave. or fax resume to 405-208-5896

ANN'S CHICKEN FRY HOUSE 4106 NW 39. Now accepting applications for Evening Wait Staff. Apply 8:30am-11am Tues-Sat.

Buffalo Wild Wings We are hiring New Management Members who are looking to be part of a Great Team and a fast growing company. Earn up to $40,000 as an Assistant and get bonused in AGM and GM positions with higher salaries. We always try to promote from within for AGM and GM positions and are currently looking for team players wanting a better balanced lifestyle while we update our schedules to be more family friendly.

$40,000 okbwwresumes@aol.com

Lettershop Mechanic Job Responsibilities: Sets up and troubleshoots bindery, inserting, and inkjet equipment including but not limited to all folding equipment, cutting, and tabbing. Communicates accurately, concisely, and professionally regarding important repair steps taken, parts ordered, and time estimated until completion. Email resume to: mallen@automatedmail.com

NEEDED IMMEDIATELY Local roofing company is expanding its sales staff. Candidiates should possess strong commercial skills, self motivated, & have professional attitude & appeaance. Top pay incentives are available. Call for interview 405-455-5300. or email to: actionroofingokc@yahoo.com National Wholesaler/Mfg of hunting products seeks highly motivated Sales Supervisor. Good computer skills, no tobacco, base + comm, Lexington, OK, 943-2191

SALES MANAGER NEEDED to build & lead 5-8 employees & earn $1,500 to $2,500/wk. CALL 405-470-8450.

Executive Loan Assistant Join a progressive community financial institution headquartered in Edmond. Executive loan assistant will provide support to senior management. Applicants must possess the following: Multi-tasker, detail-oriented, deliver high-touch customer service, work with clients to provide research on loans and deposit transactions, handle travel arrangements, plan meetings, schedule loan closings, maintain paper and electronic files, prepare reports using Excel and Word. Two years banking experience required. Email resume to resumes @okfcb.com or fax to 405.844.9110; attn: HR. EOE First Commercial Bank

with U.S. Navy. Elite tech training w/great pay, benefits, vacation, $ for school. HS grads ages 17-34. Call Mon-Fri 877-692-9562

Apprentice Electricians 2 or more positions open. Experienced ONLY. Currry Electric, 672-1665

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.

CNC MACHINIST FULL TIME POSITIONS OILFIELD TOOL & MACHINE EXPERIENCE A PLUS. APPLY IN PERSON AT 2101 SE 67TH ST OKC 405-672-2299

2 years exp. Benefits. 799-3546

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.

Shipping & Receiving Mfg seeking organized, detailed, responsible indiv w/ability to lift 50#s & work in fast paced environment. Responsibilities include; receiving, pulling, & shipping parts for customer orders; unloading steel pipe & plate,; keeping inventory & code records. Must have DL & good driving record for local parts runs. FAX OR EMAIL RESUME TO:

QB JOHNSON FAX 405-672-2701

ddurbin@qbjohnson.com

ELECTRONIC TECH Install and service low voltage systems. Vo-Tech or Millitary electronics. Experience in Sound, DBS, Intercom preferred. CCTV License a plus. Medical Insurance, profit sharing, company vehicle and 401K. Send Resume to: glp@glpcommunications.com

Underground Utility Company Laborers for right-away clearing, must have a valid driver license & pass a pre-employment and random drug screen. Apply at 8405 S.W.15th St & Council Rd. OKC, OK M-F, 8-4, 495-5295

FULL-TIME POSITION OILFIELD TOOL MACHINING EXPERIENCE A PLUS. COMPETITIVE PAY & BENEFTS PACKAGE. APPLY IN PERSON

Good MVR. Must live within 30 min. of El Reno. Some out of town travel. Start $17/hr. Call Sully at 1-405-584-1136. CDL Driver for 1-Ton & 40 ft Trailer delivering oilfield supplies in & out of state. Live in S. OKC area. Clean driving & background. Call Larry, 405-659-7885.

Steal this 3bed w/giant 2car gar, for $11,900 Cash 301-6495

Charter Bus Drivers Red Carpet Charters seeking Full and Part time drivers for primarily OTR positions. CDL required with Passenger and Airbrake endorsements. Willing to help the right candidate obtain these endorsements competitvie salary 401k, health, paid vacation for full time employees come by to apply at 4820 S. W. 20th St. OKC, Ok 73128

PUBLIC NOTICE! Foreclosures: MUST GO! FixerUppers HUD REO& BnkOwnd Homebuyers/Investors welcome Call for FREE list of 2-4bd homes PATRICK W/Allied 405-740-6616

LIKE NEW: $128K 4b/2.5b/2cp 20% down, RTO $1100mo. All credit types ok 851-8191

Owner carry 417-2176 2813 SW 48 2/1/1 2421 SW 49 2/1/2 2235 SW 51 4/1 www.homesofokcinc.com

Entry-Level Drivers NO CDL..No Problem. 254-5556 American Truck Training

Plumber (Licensed) & Plumbers Helper

TEMPORARY POSITIONS: Certified Welders, Welders, Ironworkers and Millwrights for local work. Must have own personal hand tools and good work ethic. 256-454-4162

EXPERIENCED

Dump truck exp a must and able to pass DOT drug screen.

COMPETITIVE PAY & BENEFITS

DIRECTIONAL DRILLER Local underground Utility Co. Seeking experienced Directional Driller. Must have a Class A CDL. Pre-employment drug screening required 405-495-8746

MANUAL MACHINIST

PUBLIC NOTICE! Foreclosures: MUST GO! FixerUppers HUD REO& BnkOwnd Homebuyers/Investors welcome Call for FREE list of 2-4bd homes PATRICK W/Allied 405-740-6616

BOMHAK-Class B Drivers

WELDER TOP PAY for exp with fit –up, pressure vessels & piping. Must pass mig & flux core 6-G test.

QB JOHNSON 9000 S. Sunnylane, OKC fax or email resume to

ddurbin@qbjohnson.com fax 405-672-2701

Beautiful 4bd 2ba executive home on corner lot, Westmoore Schls, 2liv, 2car, fp, new carpet, fresh paint, master bath has Jacuzzi & shower $179.9k Fidelity 410-4200

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, & safety/performance bonus. Call 405-478-1105.

OPEN HOUSE 2-4 1137 SW 45th 3/1/1 NM REALTY 613-9739 OWNER FINANCING $2000 down 326 SW 43, 2/1, $51,000 6304 S Phillips, 4/1, $49,000 No Credit Check ‘ 596-4599 ‘

OTR FLATBED DRIVERS

Downsizing or Starter Home 2 car, 2 bd, 1.5 ba, lrg liv room, fp, ch&a, dish washer, garbage disposal, well kept. Call 475-0292.

needed with at least 5 years experience. For more details call 580-365-4011.

ROUTE DRIVER LOCAL IMMEDIATE OPENING - CLASS 'B' or Higher CDL - Daily Pickup/ Delivery Route - $14 per hour to start. Excellent Benefits. Must be at least 23 yr old, 2 years exp required. Apply in Person at 901 Enterprise Avenue, Suite 11, OKC, OK 73128 TREAT TRUCK DRIVER NEEDED. For Maysville/Lindsay/ Pauls Valley area. REQ. CDL w/ Hazmat and Tanker endorsements. » Call 405-830-9682 »

7 Acres & updated 5bd 4ba 7000sf 2 liv, 2 dining, 3 fp, built 2005. 3800sf attached garage, huge workshop. Minutes from Norman $495,000 Realty Experts 414-8753 PIEDMONT OPEN SUN 2-5 Model home. New hms on 1/2 ac lots. From NW Expwy & Sara Rd go 4.5 mi N Cleaton & Assoc 373-2494

Price Reduced - $149,000 160 acres, 7 miles N. of Fargo. 48 acres of tillable farm ground. 112 acres grass. 580-485-4140 1N to 10A E of OKC, pay out dn. 100's choices, many M/H ready TERMS Milburn o/a 275-1695 www.paulmilburnacreages.com Call for Maps! See why we sell more acreages than anyone in Okla. E of OKC. o/a 275-1695

1 AC mol Circle V 4bd or 3w/off storm shelt approx 2200' $204,900 1.5 AC mol w/pool 30 x 30 wkshp sunrm 3bd 2ba approx 2347' $265,000 1/3 AC mol 4bd w/shop many updates $99,00 Marian 850-7654 Cleaton & Assoc 373-2494 NEW HOME Windmill Park 3bd 3ba theatre rm outdoor patio $270,000 UNDER const 1/2 ac mol 3bd w/study 2.5ba formal din $218,500 Marian 850-7654 Cleaton & Assoc 373-2494

150 ac for Sale: Newcastle, $9000 per ac 8" water line 405-406-0076

PIEDMONT OPEN SUN 2-5 Model home. New hms on 1/2 ac lots. From NW Expwy & Sara Rd go 4.5 mi N Cleaton & Assoc 373-2494

Brick 3bd on 1/2 acre, ch&a, newer roof, $31,000 301-6495

Hunting or Recreational Land Exit 101 off I-35 60 ac., 348,000 DeborahAllisonRealEstate.com or Text 405-249-2810

2101 SE 67TH ST OKC Heat & Air Tech Experienced. Apply in person: Pickwick Place 2759 W I-240 Service Rd

BOBTAIL DRIVER local delivery. Class A CDL license. 3yrs driving exper, clean MVR. Apply at Acme Brick 2500 NW 10th Street.


Putnam Heights Plaza 2bed, newly remodeled, ch/a, 1830 NW 39th 524-5907

Special Govt Program! Own Land/ Family Land ZERO down. Don't prejudge credit! E-Z qualify by phone! $2,000 furniture package w/purchase. Homes starting $26,500 & up. WAC 405-602-4526

Briargate Apts 1718 N Indiana 1bd 1ba 800sf, wood floors, $600 mo, $300/dep 409-7989 No sec 8 Furnished/Unfurnished. Bills Paid » Wkly/Mnthly. Wes Chase Apts Elk Horn Apts, Hillcrest, 370-1077

No Land? Just want a home! Have down pymt money. Don't prejudge your credit. We have program for you WAC 631-7600

813 N Brauer 1bed 1ba 700sf $550/mo $300/dep All bills paid 409-7989 no sec 8

Abandoned D/W set up on 6 acres. Ready to move in. Many to choose from. Statewide 631-7600

5606 S Barnes 3bd 1.5 bath Garag. $675 mo 408-9769 720 Mallard 3/2/2 $950 1715 Craig 4/2/2 $1295 520 Mary Lee Ln 2/2/2 $775 1929 Chaparral Ln 3/2/2 $1695 12817 Burlingame 4/3/2 $1950 Express Realty 844-6101 www.expressrealtyok.com 15824 Darlington Ct Executive 3bd 2ba 3car 2liv 2din 2 fireplaces $1900/mo $1900/dep 2119sf Amazing!!! 409-7989 no sec8

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

2 beds, 1 bath, 1 car, ch&a $500mo + $400dep 405-631-8220 3005 SW 60th st 3bd 1.5ba 2car $695mo 408-9769

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

800 N Meridian - 1bd All bills paid Brand New 2bd 2ba 946-9506

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

3bd 1.5ba, fenced, new paint, $695/mo, 5417 S. Linn 760-3232

2 & 3 BED HOUSES & MHs » » » 733-8688 » » »

PUMPING UNITS: 114 $11,500; 40 $4,500 obo. Call 918-344-0690

JD 4760 FWA, 3500 hrs $42,000; IH 1066 w/cab $5,300; MF 2675 w/cab $4,500; IH 234 compact tractor $1,700; Ford 340 w/ldr $4,500; Ford 3000 $2,800; 8460 5x6 Case IH baler $2,500; JD 4520 w/ldr $5,700. 405-312-6695 Like New 2004 Branson 2810 tractor. 4wh dr 76hrs w/box blade, front end loaded garage kept $10,000 405-642-6156

Lg 1 & 2Bd close to SNU. Covered parking. $345-$445mo 470-3535 » Long Calves 2H 2B 7mnth super horn DNA Reg. 405-348-4823

2BD BILLS PAID SM FAM $700+ STUDIO APT $500+ 405-721-0296

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

1 bed furnished, $350 + $150 dep; references required; 321-4773. 4810 Casper Nice 3/1/1 CH/A $600 732-3411 www.homesofokcinc.com

Landscaping/Garden Center Successful 12 year old Landscaping Service and Garden Center in Western Oklahoma. Excellent cash flow/ ROI. 7.5 acre property and building may be purchased and adjacent home on 2.88 acres. Appraised $1.85M Bendure and Associates, Inc 405-249-7434

STOCK UP & SAVE 7 RK-Unsplit Wood $300 Del 6 RK-Split Wood $425 Del 3 RK-Split Wood $220 Del 1 RK-Split Wood $85 Delivered & Stacked. Pick Up $60. (405) 641-4856

» $99 Special » 1 Bedroom Apartment $400 per month. Call 429-9780. Mark Bonner Real Estate. Lg 1 & 2Bd close to SNU. Covered parking. $345-$445mo 470-3535

Large 1 & 2 beds. Stove, refrig, 3 SW OKC Locations $345 to 420 mo 632-9849 Furnished/Unfurnished. Bills Paid » Wkly/Mnthly. Wes Chase Apts Elk Horn Apts, Hillcrest, 370-1077 SAN TEE APTS 1 BED $350 MO EFFICIENCY $275MO + ELEC & $135 DEP 408-9769

2646 NW 34 2/1/1 $650 2440 Huntleigh 3/1.5/2 $925 12304 Walnut Creek 3/2/2 $995 2912 Fairfield 3/1 $800 Express Realty 844-6101 www.expressrealtyok.com

Boy Scout Fund Raiser $70 K rick $130 Rick Seas & split. Deli avail; W OKC, Ykn, Bethany 210-6715

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WOODS UNLIMITED 2132 S PORTLAND ¡ 996-6352 1 Week Special 12/13 - 12/19 ! $50/rick Picked up. $75/rick Deliv. visa/mc Full orders of Pinion avail

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

Gated Belle Isle Terrace

Apartments 7000' of residential/commercial space in Perry, OK, Virtual tour at www.warrenranch.com Warren Realty 580-336-4400

• Large 2Bd 2Ba with Fireplace • We Pay Heat, Hot Water • Covered Parking • Free Laundry • No Section 8 848-4339 or 659-2788 anytime

8013 NW 8th Ter Unit 204 large 1bd condo in beautiful Thousand Oaks, ch/a. All built ins including washer/dryer, 1car gar, fresh paint. Only $575 Fidelity 410-4200 Newly Remodeled Townhome 2720 SW74th 2bed, 1.5ba, $525 & dep No pets or S8. (405)702-5004 NW OKC, PC Schools, 2 bed, 2K bath, all appliances, most bills, no pets, no section 8, 720-1419.

$200 off GREAT Office Space. Various NW locations, 300-6000sf 946-2516

7301 NW 23rd 787-1620

Nice 3 bed, 2 bath, fireplace, $800 month + deposit, 405-821-0110.

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721-5455

8100 N. MacArthur Blvd

$99 Special

2253 NW 41 2bed 1ba 1 car 800sf New paint, cha, wood floor, all appls $750mo, $500 dep 405-409-7989 no sec 8

1020 Clover Ln-3 bed 2 bath, 1120sf $685/mo $685/dep 405-409-7989 no sec 8 11401 N Barnes 3bd 2ba double garage. $895mo 408-9769

$200 Off 1st Mo Rent Selected units 2 & 3 bed Townhouses Washer/Dryers, Fireplaces, P.C. Schools

10225 Island View Dr extra sharp 3bd contemporary home 2ba 2car fireplace, ch/a, large deck, in beautiful Ski Island, only $1195. Fidelity Real Estate 410-4200

For Lease, 3/2.5/2, PC Schls, 4904 N. Brunson, $1,200/mo. 405-245-6464

1st Mo Rent Selected Units Large Townhomes & Apartments • Washer, Dryers, pools • PC Schools, fireplaces

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2224 NW 16 - 2 bed 1 bath, 1281sf, Amazing, new paint, wood floors, new kitchen, new appls, just beautiful! $900 mo $800 dep 405-409-7989 no Sec 8

New Luxury Duplex 13516 Brandon Pl 3/2/2, fp, Deer Creek Schls, near Mercy 842-7300 Large 2 bed, 1K bath, equipped kitchen, w/d hookups, no pets, no sec 8, $600 month, 405-286-6559.

723 NW 25th,v5bd/2ba, CH&A, $1,100/mo, $600dep ¡ 831-0825 2/1/1 $100 off 1st Month's Rent ch&a ¡ $500/mo ¡ 831-0207

1 & 2 BD & Townhouses •City bus route/Shopping •Washer/Dryer hookups

912 N Gardner 3 bed 1O bath fireplace washer/dryer hook ups wat/garb pd $550mo 408-9769

4516 S Melrose, Super sharp 2bd corner living, detached gar, ch/a, $695 mo Harris RE 410-4300

Valencia Apts

2324 NW 20th 2 bed 1 ba 864sf new paint and fixtures $700 mo, $300 dep 405-409-7989 no sec 8

4609 S Melrose, Super sharp 2bd plus extra living, detached gar, ch/a, $650 mo Harris RE 410-4300

3027 NW 14th 1bd clean w/appls, fans $475mo $300dep 748-6830

2 bed, washer/dryer hookup, fenced yard, $500 month, $300 deposit, 631-8039.

2221 N. Meridian 946-6548

1 Month Free Large 2bd $595 Casady 751-8088 Oakwood Apts 5824 NW 34th 1 bed 1 bath $350/mo $175/dep 800sf 409-7989 u pay elec no sec8

Bills Paid Furnished/Unfurnished Weekly/Monthly 370-1077

Split seasoned firewood, delivered/stacked $100/rick $170/cord Quick Service 405-823-8105

BILL JAXON PRINTS some signed $50 each 964-5169 4 Antique German Wall Clocks, 1800's, completely restored, runs perfect, $150-$300, 691-3121. Pulaski OAK Dining table w/6 Chairs w/Hutch. Beautiful!! $1,500. 405-308-8147 NO TEXT

SEASONED WOOD 30 ricks Oak; 10 ricks Pecan $100/rick. 777-1509 or 777-0969 FIREWOOD: Deliver & stack $80/rick. 405-431-0265 FIREWOOD: Delivered & Stack 405-503-6466

Whole paper shell pecans, $3.00/lb. 942-7095 OKC 1yr old HE whirlpool washer, still has warranty. $350 OBO 405-872-8961 Noble Daryl's Appliance: W&D $75 & up, limited supply!5yr war. refr/stove $125 & up, 1yr war. 405-632-8954 Washer, Freezer, Dryer, Frig, $150 each, Can Deliver, 820-8727 Washer & Dryer Set, X Large Tub, Very Clean $250»» 248-4070

Bed Queen Pillow Top Mattress Set, Still in original plastic!! $150 405-205-1849 QN Bed w/lighted head board $200. Dining Room w/6 chairs $600 405-424-2844 60 padded wooden chairs, $30 each, 301-2887.

¡ Laminate Flooring 2100 sf, 25 yr warranty, 95¢/sf ¡ Prefinished oak, Hardwood, 2400 sf, 30 year warranty $2/sf ¡¡ 405-632-0499 ¡¡

3729 SW 39th 4/1.5 $700 rent $600 dep. all app. CH&A SEC 8 OK Fenced in Back yard 405-408-6361

Solid Brazilian Cherry• Hardwood Flooring • (2600sf) Beautiful, never used $2.50/sf • 632-0499

3bd 2K ba 3car 2300sf NO PETS SW 83rd. $1200mo 229-7295

Sheet Metal, 3'x10', $16, Mon-Sat (405)390-2077/761-8810

Motorized Wheelchair like new,completely serviced, 2 new batteries. $1500. 405-615-0130 Like new Pronto M41 electric wheelchair, never used $600. Contact Gene 405-640-7495.


NEW 900 pair assorted FASHION EARRINGS. $95 per 100 pair. »»» 405-799-7079 »»»

Sears Craftsman riding tractor mower 42" $1995obo; Nuway 4x6 garden trailer $100obo. 359-8159

AKC German SH, M/F, 4yrs whoa brk, pts back, ret quail & pheas; 2 F pups 7wks Sire NC Hurricane Express $300-$700. 405.550.8324

Australian Shepherd Puppies $150. Red Merles & Tri's 580-748-0758 Beagles, AKC, 11 weeks, 1M, 4F, father is field champion, s/w, tri-color, $250 cash, 405386-5123 or 659-7169.

GUN SAFE 2 dr, inside dim., 27' deep, 42' wide, 5 ft. tall, on wheels, $1500. Trade for guns. 405-250-0647

Belgium Malinios Puppies Born Nov 3, ready to go Jan 3, Father is Reg mother is not. First shots and worming. Serious inquiries only please. Will only go to good homes Call text or email $500. Lynn 405-207-8672 reddee@ymail.com

DOG TRAILER 10 comparts, 4 ft. wide, 8 ft. long, storage on top. $1000. Trade for guns. 405-250-0647

EURO PHEASANT HUNT SAT DEC 22 Bluestem Hunting Space available call 580-336-4148

CHOOSE & CUT Christmas Tree Farm I-40 W. to Mustang Rd. Exit 138-S, 2 miles » » » 324-1010» » » Pickup bed cover, fiberglass, 60"Wx88"L; Jacuzzi shower pan, 42"Dx60"W; $125ea obo. Pickup bed liner $20. 793-0139 or 833-2236 GO-KARTS - 2 with fiberglass formula 1 bodies, $700each OBO » 405-589-6816» » Whirlpool heavy duty washer & dryer $325 cash only 596-7862 »

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

BICHON FRISE, Holiday Puppies For Sale! 6M, 1F, s/w, POP, 5-9 mo. $225-$275 ¡ 405-214-7857

BOB WHITE QUAIL Flight Conditioned, $4 each Edmond-405-341-7611

Bloodhound Puppies, 12 wks, 2F, AKC, current vaccination & vet exam, both parents on site, $400. ’’’ 405-229-9531.

‘ BOB WHITE QUAIL ‘ Flight Condition, $4.50 ‘‘ 405-816-5561 ‘‘ Flight condition, Bob White Quail for sale $4. »»» 405-213-9947 Conceal Carry Class $40 Total ¡¡¡ Call 405-818-7904 ¡¡¡

BENGALS: silvers & browns, shots & papers 580-334-4231 $500 ¡ gjmei60@wildblue.net

OK’s largest selection of used Golf cars ¡ 800-276-0571

Free brown Tabby, Fem 1yr, shots & spayed, lap cat. 405-922-4551

AKC Reg GSP 2mnths - 6 yrs $200 - $700 Bruce 405-361-9498

Persian - Himi Kittens 6wks 1M 1F, $225 each. Ready for Christmas! 761-8423 No Text

Cotton Bowl Tickets Club Seats, Sides and Endzone Sec 112, 410, 202 & more. Call for pricing Bob 214-728-3002

Yamaha 5'3 Baby Grand Disklavier Pro Mark IV GREAT PRICE! DGC1M4. Pro/ Mark IV Series 2007 Exc Cond. Polished Ebony. Includes headphones, PRC-100, bench. Features: Smartkey for learners. Downloads from your I-phone or computer (songs already downloaded). Recording ability incl CD and floppy both. Player, Composer,teacher. For serious recording musicians/composers. Absolutely Beautiful Tone. MSRP $40,995. 2012 prices $50-52,000. Just in time for Christmas!!! $30,000 OBO 405-619-8470

Blue Heeler & hard to find Red Heeler Pups, 7wks, working parents $150. 405-574-2212

3 Trailers, 16' & 18' long, 1 heavy duty, 1 car hauler, all tandem axle wood floors, $1600ea. 885-2572 5x8, 5x10, 6x12, w/gates; like new 16 foot tandem; $650-$1350 Cash. 405-670-1850

GUN SHOW

Border Collie/Great Pyrenees Puppies, Fe, 7wks, shots/worm, $100ea. 405-694-1737 BORGI Puppies, 8wks, Blk & Wht w/tan Shots $150¡405-352-4972

Kitty Wranglers Cat Rescue, beautiful cats/kittens, spyd/neut, shots, $35 (2 for $60) 826-9376

BRED HEIFERS 60 outstanding black bred heifers all A.I.ed to start calving 2/20/13 for 15 day calving period. Bred to easy calving Griswold and Ohlde Angus bulls. call 580-541-3767 (56) 4-5 yr Angus cows, fall calving to Angus bulls, gentle natured wt 1200 lbs 405-642-6156

Boston Terriers, AKC, 6wks, 3M, 2F, Perfect Stocking Stuffers! vet checked, 1st shots, wormed, $275-$300. 405-620-5228 Boxer Puppies for Christmas 1f, 3m/f&w/b dc/t born 11/16/12 $350-$400 Cell (405)609-7027

16' flatbed trailer $550obo. 405-799-2006

Colorado Simpich children's dolls, Call BJ at 405-843-1611.

Akita Puppies, AKC Reg., DOB 10/10/12, Champion bloodline, 1M $500, 4F $600ea. Will hold till Christmas with $200 deposit. 405-612-8602 or 405-207-9112 Homeless 4mo old Aussie/Collie Pups need home for Christmas! S/W $35 ¡ email pics 306-2878

OKC Fairgrounds, December 15th & 16th. Pistols, rifles, shotguns. Look for us! C&J Sporting Goods.

Blue Heeler Pups for sale from working Parents $125ea 641-7269

Boxer Pups, White AKC Reg. 4M $350, 2F $400 Ready the week of Christmas 580-917-6850 BOXERS, AKC, 3F, shots, wormed & vet checked, $275. 405-279-1269 or 405-777-6468

Aussie Mini Pups, 1M 1F $300$400 cossmanminiaussies.com 620-357-1277 Aussie Mini Reg . beautiful black tri male 20mos old shts wmd neutered $350. 580-320-1448

Colt Diamond Back 38 Spec 4inch, Colt 45 auto LW Commander, Colt Trooper MKIII 357mag 4inch, Glock 9mm Oper. Desert Storm NIB $500 - $1,200 405-208-2505

Bulldog (English) Puppies AKC reg. 4 months, 2 Males, vet checked, all shots, wormed, will meet $1,000 Tamera (580) 222-6185

BOB WHITE QUAIL $4.00ea Coffey Brothers 405-293-2933 Stationary exercise bike, $250; Ladies' classic Schwinn bike, $350; both in very good condition; 405-682-3968. Ruger LCR 38+P Revolver w/ Holster, like new $399; Beretta Jetfire 950B 25ACP w/Holster + 2 mags $225. 405-640-3651

Australian Shepherds, Christmas puppies, AKC reg., exc bloodlines, blue & red merles, red tri, will be 7wks old & ready for new homes 12/21. $450. Can email pictures. ’’ 580-765-7621 ’’ Australian Shepherd AKC, 5 mos old, B&W M, shots/wrmd, a beauty ’ $100 348-0219

Bull Mastiffs, AKC, 2M & 3F, $600, 10wks, S/W¡ 405-379-3553

Cane Corso puppies (Italian Mastiffs), AKC & ICCF registered, 3 blue, 3 brindle/blue, $1200$1500, call Pappy at 593-9354. Cavalier Puppies ACA 6 weeks Xmas eve. fm and male $350 up 580-239-1843

Cavaliers for Christmas, POP, s/w, boy & girls, tri, adorable, 918-470-8727 CHIHUAHUA, 7 week male, very small, paper trained, $250, 354-3470 or 414-2224. Chihuahua, Sm, 1M, 1F, tan $200. 405-245-9895 Chihuahua, ACA, 2M, 2F, $150-$300 ¡ 627-0419 ¡ ok#17


English Springer Spaniel Pup AKC last female $250. 405-209-6525

Cocker Spaniels, AKC, 3F, 5wks, $250ea. 405-694-6467, Lexington

Great Pyrenees Puppies, pure bred, POP, $100 ’ 405-207-1901

Heeler Red & Blue Reg, 9wks S/W $350 each 580-729-1817 English Bulldog Puppies, AKC 1M, 13 wks; 1M 10 mos. $1500-$2000; Also champion stud service. 405-329-0066

Chihuahua cherubs ’ reg, s/w, vet checked, $200-$300, Nancy ’ 405-240-6606 Chihuahua Cuties, 8 wks EXTRA TINY TEACUPS $250 Cash ¡ 434-1851 Chihuahua Pups 7wks s/w Toy, home raised $150 Cash 615-2565 Chihuahua Tea Cup Exotic Colors Rare, Vet C'ckd $350 each 405-250-8269» 6wks Chinese Shar Pei, 2F 1M, Pups, wrinkles MINI $650 550-0886 Chiweenie Puppies, M/F, SH, $125ea. (405)834-5026/694-1737

Italian Greyhounds 3 AKC pups. Adorable! $250. 405-408-8724 FRENCH BULLDOG PUPPIES, AKC 8wks old, Fawn & White, 2F & 2M. 1 Year Guarantee! S/W, vet chk, health guar. Excellent Pedigree $1,200-$1,500. 918-441-1777

CORGI, AKC, Ready week of Christmas! Males & Females, s/w vet ckd $500-$600 405-642-4246

English Bulldog pups, AKC, 6 weeks, 2F, 1M, s/w, home raised, fat & wrinkly, perfect Christmas puppies, $1500, 405-401-0501.

Dachshund AKC LH, all colors, 8wks, POP, s/w, $150 firm 405-779-4117 Chickasha

English Bulldog Puppies, AKC, Ch. Bloodline, 2M, 7wks old. Will hold till Christmas. $1,500. 405-283-0731 or 405-306-8474

Jack Russell O , Poodle N , 3F, 2M, s/w, $150 cash, 732-2121.

English Bulldog Puppies for Sale 1M, 1F, 5mos old, crate trained, $900. 903-826-1195

Japanese Chin, young adult M, neutered, s/w, gentle, $150 firm 405-779-4117 Chickasha

English Bullsdogs AKC 4M 1F pups. $1300-$1500 550-0886

LAB A1 registered, blk, yellow Male & female, Ready 12/20, s/w, $300. ’’ 405-222-1510

DACHSHUND MINI, AKC Reg. Long hair Tan. 2 Fml. 9wks $400ea. ’’ 580-276-7396

Chow Chow AKC Puppies M/F black, blue, cream, red; S/W, $450.00 OBO (405)990-3976

Designer Pup-LaChon hybrid-1M 8wks.s/w/p. $325. .405-593-4714

CHOW CHOWS ’ AKC WHITE 2m 2f 3mos old. Vet checked 1st shots $400ea 405-354-6802

DOBERMAN, AKC, Import bloodline, 5 yr old Male, black & rust $150 ¡ 405-512-4746

English Bulldog puppies, AKC, $1100, 479-438-2978, Mena, AR.

German-Shiloh Shepherd Puppies M-F, S & W, POP, sable or blk & tan. $400 405-374-2878, lv. msg.

Jack Russell Christmas Puppies Just in time for Christmas! 5wks 3M, 2F, $200ea. 405-570-2120

Lab AKC Black Pups Champion hunt lines - OFA/CERF - Guarantee - Ready Christmas week $750 call or txt - 345-5577

English Setter Pups 7-F, 5-M, Whelped 11/7/12, Ready for Xmas! 405-406-2404

German Shepherd AKC Pups & Adults, Champion Heidelberg's, $1200 ¡ 918-261-4729 German Shepherd Solid Black AKC Excellent working Czech/German bloodlines. OFA. 2 male puppies left. $500 580-618-5633 German Shepherd Dogs, Coated M, 6mths, B/T. F 6mths show prospect B/T. Both Parents AKC Champs, $500 each. 405-375-3257 bridgecreekgsd.com

LAB PUPPY, AKC, 1 chocolate girl, very nice, dewclaws removed, s/w, $400 cash only, text or call 405-640-1153, McLoud. Lhasa Christmas Pups, AKC, $250-$400, 405-821-7534. MAL-SHIH, Adorable! Itty Bitty! $300-$350, Visa/MC, 826-4557.

Malti-Poo, Adorable, ITTY BITTY! $495. Visa/MC 826-4557

Mexican-Mini Hairless $700 Coated $250»»» 535-4226 Miniature Australian Shepherd Puppies Reg B&W tri mini Aussie pups. Ready for Xmas Taking dep now POP $350 918-421-0492 or text 918-916-5740 Mini Schnauzer Puppies Cute puppies just in time for Christmas. Six weeks old on 12/09/12 $250 $300 Steve: 405-313-0658

Morkies, 8wks, Tiny, Very Cute, s/w, $300-$400 ’’’ 361-5317

GermanShepherd Wolf Pups born 10/28 F $150 M $100 » 929-7260

Malkie Puppies 7 months old very cute. 2 males left. $300.00 each Dan Sprague 405-204-9323

German Shorthair Female Sweet disposition, loves to play fetch, does NOT hunt. Free to good home Greg or Jenny Barnes 405-263-4960

MALTESE, ACA, 2M, 2F, S/W, Small, $500-$600 627-0419 ok#17

Olde English Bulldogge Puppies, 2M, 1F Ready by Christmas! $900obo. 405-642-2052

Maltese, full blood, white, soft cutie $350 cash. OKC area S/W 672-5411 Maltese 1F, x-tra Nice S/W guarantee $450 ‘‘ 405-380-8469

Golden Retriever male adorable dark red, 6wks $195 » 826-4557

Maltese Puppy, CKC, 1F, $525. 313-8355.

MIN PINS 4m 11wks s/t/w 3choc 1blk $140. 405-306-9476

German Shepherds, born 11/11, Christmas ready, 5M, 2F, s/w, 3 gen cert, $500, 580-320-8998, Ada

GOLDENDOODLES & LABRADOODLES Vet cked Microchipped S/W/DC More info at rubyrunkennel.com Mini/Med sizes rubyrunkennel@yahoo.com 405 320-1198 $700-$950

MALTESE PUPPIES Reg s/w/dc 1yr hlth grtd $375 580-220-5866 lic#299 pedestalpuppies.com

Lab Puppies JUST IN TIME FOR CHRISTMAS AKC BLACK 4 M 2 F DAM OUT OF: NAFC CODY CUT A LEAN GRADE. PICTURES AT $500 http://www.facebook.com/ bos.puppies

German Shepherd AKC Pups www.lawtonk9.net 4f 3m black&red 1st shots 6weeks old $450, 580-917-2323

German Shepherd Pups Born 10/28 F $150 M $100 » 929-7260

Maltese and Yorkie breeding couple 8y/o Maltese male and 4y/o Yorkie female. 2 litters a year. Average 5 puppies/litter $3000. Call Dan 405-204-9323

Old English Sheepdogs, 2M, 8wks, s/w/dc/td, $300 cash. 580-548-6777 Papillon Puppies 2F AKC/born 10/27/12 $550 each papstelemeco@cox.net 405-454-2938 Pembroke Welsh Corgi M, Sable and White REG AKC born 5/3/10 $200 405-207-3701

Maltese AKC puppies M&F, small, beautiful, pre-spoiled, $350-$600 ¡‘ 580-660-5336, #165 ‘¡

Pit Bullies, 6 wks, s/w, short & stocky, fawns & blues, ADBA, 8M left $400 POP 405-637-8708


Pug Puppies 1 blk male, 1 blk female. POP $100 each 405-820-9281 Pug Puppy Female, Fawn, AKC Registered, 16 wks., all vaccinations $750 405-596-2506 Pit Bull Pups, Reg. Blue, Chaos bloodline $600ea ¡ 405-812-6456 Pit Bull Pups, Razoredge/Gotti, 12wks, 2M, 5F; Sire out of California Kennel weighs 120 lbs. $800, 405-802-0090. New video on website oklahomabluethunderbullies.com Pit Bull Pups blues. Excellent quality & temperment. Priced to sell quick $150-$500 317-9722 Pit Puppies for Christmas! 4F, 2M 8wks, $100-$150. 405-681-1836

PUGS, 2 black males, shots/ wormed, CKC Reg., $300ea. 405-990-1916 or 405-650-3208

POMERANIAN PUPS AKC CHRISTMAS READY!! Five beautiful boys to choose from, champ. bloodlines, text or email for pics. Dep. will hold, will meet Dec. 23. $650.00 580-334-1111 or rdwhite@pldi.net

POMERANIAN AKC 1 year old black & white F $700. 405-568-5522

Pom puppies, ACA: 8 weeks, 2F, 1 black, 1 orange/sable, s/w, chip, $650 cash; 6 weeks, M&F, orange parti, tri-color, black & tan, $600$650. Ready for Christmas!!! 790-1293 or 239-0485. http://sunshinepomeranians.com POM PUPPIES, AKC CHRISTMAS READY, will meet Dec. 23. Champ. bloodlines. Five beautiful boys. text or call $650. 580-334-1111 Poms, AKC/CKC, okcpoms.com $350-$500, OK#02. 405-609-9241 Poms for Christmas! AKC - 2 M/1 F. 7 wks. Very TINY! Cream & Orange & White Parti. Avail now or Dep will hold & will meet Dec 22nd. Call, txt or email for pics. $ 800.00 580-334-5515 or djbay@att.net Poms Tea Cup 6wks ACA tiny toy Champ-white & orange $400 each 405-250-8269 POODLE, TOY, APRICOT S/W, AKC, 7 wks, 1F/1M $400 Cash ¡ 249-5459

Deer, white tail, 18 mos. Buck & Doe, $200 for both, 405-799-7620. Westies AKC Reg, F's, s/w, $400 ’’ 918-867-2523 ’’

Brown M Boxer near 36 & N Midwest Blvd. Reward! 405.370.7701 LOST: Young Male Beagle named Bernie. Last seen near SW 44th & May. REWARD » 405-208-4066 German Shepherds (2) Missing since 10-30-12 from I240Anderson. Reward. 405-808-8947 LOST DIAMOND RING near Memorial Rd and N. Penn REWARD!!!! 405-755-5934 Lost Passport. $100 REWARD 816-217-6645

4x5 RD Wheat Hay, Excellect Condiotion $65 a Bala 364-3998

Patriot Fence LLC NW OKC/Edm 10% off in Dec! Free Est 250-3333

‘ Garage Doors & Openers ‘ ‘ Sales & Service ¡ 794-1718 ‘ ‘ Garage Doors & Openers ‘ ‘ Sales & Service ¡ 794-1718 ‘

Custom Gutters Inc., New/repair; wrnty Visa/MC/AX/Disc 528-4722

Large round bales Bermuda Hay $70ea. 405-527-3200 100 net wrapped round bales of Bermuda, $60/bale. 733-8688

Rottweiler, AKC, German, champ bloodlines, s/w/dc/t, POP, 1F, 1M, 9-12wks $900 405-503-1707 or 405-921-8674

ROTTWEILER, AKC, 8 weeks, Sire 140 lbs, High quality pups! $800 ¡ 405-434-9998 Rottweiler pups, 9wks, shots, not reg., $280 405-830-5107 Rottweiler 3/4 Pit Bull 1/4 Puppies $50ea. 405-631-0248 Schnauzer & Chihuahuas, 11 puppies of various ages, $100-$150. Call 580-532-5024 Schnauzer Miniature AKC 1M S/W T&DC born 10/6/12. $350. 405-550-6924

Yorkie ’ ACA, Tiny Tea Cup, 1lb 2oz, Teddy Bear Face M 12wk home raised $1200. 580-271-8108 YORKIE, ACA, Tiny Puppies, S/W/DC, 4F, 1M; 1F POM $700-$400 580-995-3944 or email dalel@dobsonteleco.com YORKIE, ACA F Teacup $500 will be 3lbs grown 627-0419 ¡ ok#17 Yorkie, ACA, adorable babies, $400. 570-9134 or 570-5274 Yorkie, AKC Males $200-$300, dc/ s/w, 580-504-7115, can send pics. Yorkie, Extra Tiny Teacups,12wks Beautiful, Loveable, Sweethearts $1,000 Cash ¡ 405-434-1851 Yorkie-Maltese (Morkie), ITTY BITTY! Baby Doll Face, $495, Visa/MC, 826-4557 Yorkie 2 tiny girls puppies ready for Christmas $600 405-733-9569 Yorkie 3m/1f, small, s/w mchip, AKC $550.00 918-962-5523, 479-414-9138 Yorkie ACA 1M 9wks SMALL $350»» 580-695-1851 Yorkie Pom - 15wks, tiny toy, F v'checked shots, 5 pounds when grown $250»» 405-250-8269

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

Macaw Catalina, 10 yrs old, hand tamed, can send pics, $1,800obo. 918-917-3190 or 405-365-0990

» Elec/Carpntry/Plumb/Concrete Free Est. Lic./Bonded 881-6268

Poodles, AKC, T-cup, Tiny Toy & Toy, pups & adult, pets or breeders $100-$1500 OK#1. 275-6527

Shorkie 1M Family Raised, from 1 litter only, S/ V'checked $250 call for PICS 405-390-1776

Poodles -Toy, 3 CKC pups - 2 AKC adults $450-$500 ’ 405-885-1255

SHORKIE PUPPIES 7wks/s/w 5M $300ea/2F $400ea CASH ONLY 405-229-8711 Siberian Husky Pups, Reg., S/W, Ready for Christmas ¡ $400 580-276-7673 or 580-276-3751

XMAS LIGHTS. Repair. Remodel. Roofing. Free Estimate. 410-2495

Guinea Pigs $10 each ¡ 405-408-8724

New Zealand Whites 6wks 4mos & Fryer Rabbits, $10-$20. 405-348-7590

Appliance Service, all brands, 25 years exp, $40 svc call, 371-3049.

Tandem Axle Dump Truck w/ Driver ¡ 405-833-8829 ¡

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

Housecleaning, non smoking homes free estimates 213-6419. Sunshine Cleaning Svc, ins/bond clean/organize793-1630/625-3930 Yorkie Puppies small, cute , 2M $285 - $350 ‘‘ 405-380-5859

Yorkie Puppies ACA, 8wks s/w M-$500 Edmond 471-3798 Yorkie Puppies, 3F, 4M, Ready Dec. 22nd for Christmas! $400ea. 317-6414, 943-2782 or 317-2042 Yorkies, AKC, 1 small male, 9 weeks old, s/w, papers, ready for Christmas, $400, 918-368-2444. Yorkies, Reg. Will be ready for Christmas! Shots, wormed, papers $350-$400. 580-332-4506 Yorkies 14wks M/F Tea Cup $500 each 405-250-8269 Yorkie Tiny F, Tea Cup $1500 www.heartlandpuppiesok.com 580-660-0120 will meet

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3 rooms steam cleaned, free sanitize, truck mount, $35, 406-5739.

Todd's Concrete, tear out, replace driveways, patio, stamp & color, lic/bond/ins, free est. 603-6563. Red Fox Construction, All Types Concrete. Insured. 405-757-8959 Concrete Breakout Service ‘ ¡‘ ¡ 405-833-8829 ¡‘¡‘ Tearouts/Repours, Drives, Patios, Bonded, Lic, Free Est, 794-8505.

Shih Tzu, CKC/AKC okcpoms.com $275-$400 ¡ OK#02 405-609-9241

Shih Tzus 8wks. 3F $400 2M $250 shots dew claws. 405-820-3522 www.idealshihtzu.com

ALL TYPES REPAIRS REMODELS Same day service. 25 yrs exp & refs! Credit cards okay. 314-3621.

8 handfed Cockatiels; breeder pair Cockatiels; Senegals; Red Rumps; Finches; Parakeets & more! $10-$225. MWC, OK 408-0437

$200 580-343-2842/405-488-7032

Shih Tzu Pups, 1M $225, 1F $250, 7wks, s/w, Tri. Norman area 306-6696 or 306-0015

Retired Contractor on SS with 40 yrs exp. Does home repairs with free est. If you don't call me we both lose money. 410-8712.

Mini Horse-Babies-Bred Mares $125-$275-$375 918-374-2720

Schnoodles born 10/23/12 S/W Shih-Tzu Pups, 8 weeks, M $300, F $350 papers, s/w. 405-990-6333

Free est., Christmas Lights installed, no job too small 482-8101

3 English Saddles $150-$1500 Used Jerald show cart $600; misc tack. 405-771-5568

Schnauzer Mini Reg okcpoms.com $350-$450 OK#02 405-609-9241

POODLES, AKC, toys, 2 wht M, 1 blk M, $375, pictures. 1poodlecrazyfarm@gmail.com 580-402-1020, Linda

Poodles Toy, 2M 1F, cafe latte, 1 red w/blk tips, pet pack, $125$150. Ada area. 580-665-0546 or 580-421-9917

Service Calls #87915 ‘¡‘¡‘ 405-703-4556

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350 ADORABLE PETS!!!

Rhodesian Ridgeback 1 female puppy AKC $500 405-606-9748/818-3560

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At FREE TO LIVE Near Edmond ALL Dogs & Cats Shts/Neut $60 282-8617 www.freetoliveok.org

Rat Terriers, M, 12 wks, $150$200. Perfect companion for young & old ’ 250-8269 Reg. Great Dane Puppies Grey w/Spots. $800. OBO Lindsey 405-990-8468

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

Toy Fox Terrier puppies Toy Fox Terrier puppies - AKC and UKC, 2 males. Born 9/21/ 2012. Family raised. Wormed, shots. $300 918-272-0913 VIZSLA AKC 7wks, 4F 3M $600. Ready for Christmas! Great companions. Health Guaranteed. »» 580-574-6075 »»

Chickasaw National Recreation Area is seeking vendors to provide boat rental services. Call 580-622-7291 or 580-6227234 for additional information.

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Ceiling & Wall Doctor Total Remodeling Acoustic popcorn removal Drywall repair ‚ Powerwashing Custom hand trowel finishes & spray finishes Interior/Exterior painting Call Jeff for free estimate at 405- 408-5453, insured.

Jim's Painting/Remodeling, res/ com'l, int/ext, insured, 366-0722. Bill's Painting & Home Repairs Quality Work! Free Est. 735-8982

Zax's Plumbing & Sewer Complete sewer & drain cleaning plbg repair lic/bond/ins 409-7118 BUDDY'S PLUMBING, INC. All types, repair & remodel, gas, water and sewer ¡ 405-528-7733 A-1 Plumbing 24/7 - Hot Water Tanks, Gas & Sewer Lines, Floor Furnace Repair. 405-409-3090

Holiday speacial on all your Tile needs free est 684-5416 728-0545

All Professional Tree Service. Senior Discount. Insured. 50 mile radius of OKC. 885-2572. »» GENE’S TREE SERVICE »» Insured-Free Estimate. 682-2100. L & R Tree Service, Low Prices, Insured, Free Estimate, 946-3369.



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