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s a term of intense, abiding appreciation, “love” gets thrown around a bit much when not applied to real human beings. We say things such as “I love farmhouse cheddar” or “I love post-holiday clearance sales” with disconcerting casualness, the kind of laissez faire bandying of devotion that has prompted countless elementary school philosophers to ask, “If you love it so much, why don’t you marry it?” But when you start using “love” to describe people, well, you better mean it – a good, earthy cheese might be delicious, but it does not have feelings. So when I took over as LOOKatOKC’s editor in 2009, I tasked myself with developing an annual special issue looking at the people who make living in Oklahoma City a richer, constantly evolving experience, the kind our grandparents never thought they would see. I could have called it something less commitment-centric, like “40 People Under 40 Along I-40,” but I decided to go “all-in.” I called it “LOOK at the People We Love.” Can’t exactly wriggle out of that BY GEORGE LANG one, can you? LOOKATOKC EDITOR Yes, it is extreme, but this is the real GLANG@OPUBCO.COM thing, trust me. In Oklahoma City, BLOG.NEWSOK.COM/ doing wonderful things requires more STATICBLOG commitment than it does in most other places. Our culture conditions us to light out for the coasts if we really want to make an impact, but the people who populate these annual issues decided to stay home and be amazing. They work hard and bring boundless creativity to bear in making this place so much cooler than most people outside our state can comprehend. Some of these people are famous faces who are absolutely everywhere. Others are background movers, changing this place through their constant, behind-the-scenes efforts. But all of them are essential to the growing coolness of Oklahoma City in 2012. So we love them. Is that too personal?


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Motto for 2012: Work together

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t’s a new year, which means I have roughly 365 days to see concerts. Trust me when I say that I would go to one every day if the fates allowed. On this edition of Live Nathan, I wanted to share my New Year’s resolution because I think it’s the sort of thing that will make local music stronger than ever. Work together as much as you can. The more help you have then the more time you’ll have to enjoy what you’re making. I think working together is what has brought the Okie music scene to where it is today, and it’s the thing that will keep it growing. Thanks for a great 2011, and I’ll see you at the show in 2012.

SHOWS TO SEE, OR NOT TO SEE JAN. 7 – Six Okie music talents are swapping and sharing songs in a show that sounds more fit for a living room than a venue. Samantha Crain, Ali Harter, Penny Hill, Brine Webb, John Calvin and Jesse Aycock will have to squeeze together pretty tight to fit on the Opolis stage, but once they do, you’ll be in for a treat. Not to be missed. @ The Opolis, 113 N Crawford Ave. JAN. 12 - Daniel Walcher is playing a free acoustic set which will be good to your ears and to your wallet. The singer/songwriter is heavy on heartfelt ballads and soulful crooning. John Calvin, Jerrod Beck and Ben Stookey are scheduled to play too. @ The Society, 1609 Blackwelder JAN. 13 - Paintscratcher is simply the loudest band I’ve ever seen come out of Oklahoma. I sat in front of stage speakers at the Flaming Lips on NYE but my ears didn’t take a pounding like they did when I saw Paintscratcher. Even if you don’t go to this show, you’ll be able to hear it. @ The Conservatory, 8911 N Western Ave. Is there a local band I need to see? Do you have an album coming out in 2012? Feel free to e-mail me info here: livenathan@gmail.com

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2011 was great, but looking forward to 2012

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eflecting on the past year is bittersweet. It means you are one more year closer to old age yet one more year experienced, as well. As life goes on, we don’t think of each day as a new experience. Maybe some do, but for many it means passing the time by until the weekend when we can get on with our social life. I’m highlighting some of my favorite events from the past year.

FEB 2, 2011 — EGGS, IT IS The Omelet Party is my earliest recognition of a good time in 2011. The Oklahoma City Museum of Art puts on this fundraiser every year with all of the proceeds benefiting the museum. There are dozens of food vendors creating various kinds of egg dishes as part of a competition. I remember the beginning of the night: Hundreds of people of all ages filled the Coca-Cola Bricktown Event Center. As the night went on, the free beverages made everything a bit hazy, but there was a band and therefore dancing, as well as mingling with tons of fantastic people.

AUG. 10, 2011 — MOUTHGARDENS If there was one hipster trend that has crossed over into the mainstream it has to be the love of the mustache. Events across the nation support the facial hair. Oklahoma City is no different: The annual Mustache Bash is all about supporting local retailers, celebrating local music and eating local food. I saw Ben Kilgore, Denver Duncan, Dr. Pants, Matt Lowery, Jabee and Student Film play that day. Some of that time was spent drinking a skinny margarita at Iguana Lounge, but when Jabee hit the stage, the crowd swarmed him. I’ve never seen so many people pile into a tent at once to see one man play. He stole the night and the intensity of the crowd made it an amazing night of localness.

NOV. 12, 2011 — BLOCKHEADS The second annual Block Party OKC was a night to remember, partly because I got to see my boyfriend as a model (He wore his “blue steel” look) and partly because it’s a ton of great people together wearing LEGOs for a good cause. I wore an outfit by Nicole Moan that would cut you if you got too close to me, as well as a more demure look by LSD Hats and OSU fashion design students. The runway was straight up Michael Jackson style, with tiles that light up as you walk across them. Local musician Sherree Chamberlain had a field day with it as she danced her way down the catwalk. Those are some of my favorite events of the past year. I try to frequent as many different bars as possible in the 365 days given to me each year, but there are a few standouts: VZDs, Ludivine and the Red Piano Bar treated me very well with their friendly owners, tasty cocktails, and cool ambiance. I asked my fellow social media friends what their favorite hangout of 2011 was, and the hands down the top pick was Blue Note Lounge. The runner up was Hilo Club and the late Prohibition Room. As we move into the New Year, venues will open and closed venues will be missed. We say goodbye to Prohibition Room and hello to a new S&B Burger Joint. January is a symbol of change and new beginnings, so let’s begin 2012 like there will be no 2013, because it could happen. The Mayans think so.

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‘EL CAMINO’ – THE BLACK KEYS

e Black Keys have grown from two kids banging out blues-rock in an Akron, Ohio, basement to big-time Grammy-grabbing greatness, and their sound has grown to gargantuan proportions, too, with a little help from a few good friends — Danger Mouse in particular — on their seventh collection of souped-up studio sessions, “El Camino.” The ride kicks off in high gear with “Lonely Boy” (not to be mistaken for your grandma’s favorite Andrew Gold hit of the same name), with Patrick Carney’s driving drums pushing Dan Auerbach’s snarling guitar riff through the sound barrier while Mr. Mouse — aka Brian Burton — adds a high ‘60s-style organ sparkle to the slapback-echo mix and Auerbach bemoans a love that keeps him waiting while a trio

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of females (Ashley Wilcoxson, Leisa Hans, Heather Rigdon) supplies sympathetic vocal backing. Burton adds more deliciously cheesy organ to the pulsating fray of “Gold on the Ceiling,” while Auerbach turns his amp to maximum buzz and Carney’s kick-drum relentlessly thumps the listener in the chest. “Little Black Submarines” is strongly reminiscent of a Led Zeppelin epic, entering lamblike with an acoustic ballad, then suddenly rising from a whisper to a lion-size electric roar in the final, fiery half. Don’t let the cover photos of old beat-up vans fool you. With Burton serving as unofficial third member this time around, co-writing and co-producing all 11 tracks, the Black Keys have become a mightier music machine than ever.

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ooking like his father but vocally resembling his father’s greatest collaborator, James McCartney faces the same uphill battle waged by Julian and Sean Lennon, Frank Sinatra Jr. and other children of music icons: how to assert a singular identity with a historic last name. In the past two years, McCartney released two EPs, “Available Light” and “Close At Hand,” produced by Paul McCartney and the elder Macca’s frequent producer, David Kahne. “The Complete EP Collection” brings the two discs together with bonus material, showcasing a slight debut and a much-improved follow-up. James McCartney’s Rickenbacker guitar and clear vocals on “Angel” offer the key highlight on the “Available Light” disc, and “Glisten” showcases

his talent for stream-of-consciousness lyricism — the ballad sounds like a solid Neil Finn song. But McCartney runs out of steam quickly, ending the original five songs with a forgettable cover of Neil Young’s “Old Man.” Bonus tracks such as “New York Times” and “I Love You Dad” should have been left unshared, though the closing “Moonstar” is pleasingly reminiscent of Wings’ more propulsive songs such as “Hi Hi Hi.” Fortunately, “Close at Hand” shows the younger McCartney on an ascendant path, deploying stronger melodies on “I Only Want to Be Alone” and “Wings of a Lightest Weight,” and then displaying impressive fingerpicking on the electro-rock of “Else and Else But Dead.” While James McCartney has unquestionable potential as both a singer-songwriter and musician, these songs only make a good

showing rather than asserting their creator’s singularity. The name is a blessing and a curse, but if “Close at Hand” is any indication, his tentative

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‘DOUBLE-WIDE DREAM’ – CASEY DONAHEW BAND

hile I consider myself an ardent advocate of free speech and expression, I often wish I could ban country songwriters from certain overused phrases. Heading that list of worn-out lyrics would be “I love that pretty little country girl,” an eyeroll-inducing line that seems to be experiencing unprecedented popularity as rural anthems extolling the virtues of downhome lifestyles and the women who thrive in them dominate the genre’s charts. The insipid cliche makes yet another appearance in the chorus to the title track of the Casey Donahew Band’s “Double-Wide Dream,” and vanilla lyrics like it are the chief shortcoming of the popular Texas <<<

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country sextet’s follow-up to its 2009 breakout album, “Moving On.” The band’s Burleson-born and bred frontman wrote or co-wrote all 10 tracks on “Double-Wide Dream,” but Donahew makes listeners wade through too much generic material to get to the stronger stuff, especially considering the album clocks in at less than 40 minutes. Still, those who slog through the blander tracks are rewarded with some engrossing songs, most notably the rollicking yarn “White Trash Story II (The Deuce),” another hillbilly ode enlivened with all sorts of intriguing imagery. Similarly, Donahew and co-writer Aaron Copeland bring enough vivid details and genuine emotion to “Running Through My Head” and “Regrets” to set them apart from the usual maudlin breakup ballads.

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When it comes to love songs, Donahew and Steve Rice, lead singer of Stillwater red dirt band No Justice, collaborate on a couple of keepers: “Lets Not Say Goodbye Again” makes palpable the relieved joy of a man grateful for reconciliation with his lady love, while “Give You a Ring” is less noteworthy for its play

on words than for its protagonist’s unrestrained vulnerability. The band makes frequent jaunts to Oklahoma and will play Feb. 18 at the Diamond Ballroom. For more information, go to www.diamondballroom.net. — Brandy McDonnell, Entertainment Writer


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‘THE GIRL WITH THE DRAGON TATTOO’

Rating: R (Brutal violent content including rape and torture, strong sexuality, graphic nudity and language) Running time: 2 hours, 38 minutes Starring: Daniel Craig, Rooney Mara, Stellan Skarsgard, Christopher Plummer

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Rooney Mara leaves her stamp on ‘Tattoo’

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he stark, chilly 2009 Swedish screen adaptation of the late Stieg Larsson’s “The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo” and its two follow-up films utterly belonged to Noomi Rapace, a spiky, darkly seductive actress who seemed to inhabit the role of punk, pieced computer hacker Lisbeth Salander with eerie ferocity. So the questions that persistently hovered over director David Fincher’s American remake of the first in Larsson’s blockbuster Millennium Trilogy of blunt, pulpy crime novels were: Who will play Salander and how will anyone ever match up to Rapace’s fearsome intensity? Well, the answers to those questions are: 1) Rooney Mara, the tart coed who practically stole Fincher’s “The Social Network” in a brief, brilliant and pithy openingscene performance, and 2) Mara more than matches Rapace, piercing for piercing and tat for tat and delivers a bold, brash and brave acting turn that makes this slick, new adaptation of “Dragon Tattoo” all her own. Since Larsson fans (of the internationally best-selling novels and fine Swedish-language movies) are legion, it hardly merits detailed synopsis to describe Fincher’s movie. The artful, perfectionist director of such stunning police procedurals as “Se7en” and “Zodiac” and his canny scenarist Steven Zaillian (“Moneyball,” “Schindler’s

List”) are fully on their game with this interpretation that trims away loads of exposition and ancillary characters yet stays true to the author’s dense plot and his duo of mismatched, world-weary crime solvers. While they jigger the ending slightly and juice the thing with stylish visuals that make director Niels Arden Oplev’s Swedish version seem staid by comparison, Fincher and company smartly keep the focus on hyperintelligent Goth Salander and disgraced crusading journalist Mikael Blomkvist (Daniel Craig in a nice, stubblefaced contrast to his suave 007 persona). Indeed, they are the characters that propel Larsson’s three stories so compellingly — his Nordic, anti-Nick and Nora Charles, if you will. Wisely, Fincher doesn’t try to Americanize the story and setting. It’s still set in the well-scrubbed Stockholm metropolis and the craggy, frigid climes of Hedeby Island, where the wealthy Vanger clan — a creepy nest of drunkards, hermits, greedheads, abusive parents, closet Nazis and anti-Semites — has its ancestral estate. The plodding, old-school Blomkvist, with jazzy computer aid from Salander, takes on the case proffered by elderly tycoon Henrik Vanger (smooth Christopher Plummer) to look into the disappearance, and presumed murder, of his beloved teenage niece at a family gathering 40 years earlier.

The rest is a complex, perverse tangle of serial murder, S&M depravity, stark nudity, coldblooded brutality, rape and mutilation, painstakingly unraveled by two unlikely investigators. But it’s their startlingly unconventional relationship (and love affair) that provides the passionate, coursing pulse for Larsson’s coldly complex tales. As usual, Fincher surrounds his stars with stellar support, from the suavely patriarchal Plummer to the smarmily convivial Stellan Skarsgard as Vanger scion Martin, and from efficient Robin Wright as Blomkvist’s crisp editor-lover Erika to the porcine Yorick van Wageningen as Salander’s slimy, manipulative legal guardian. Undoubtedly, Fincher’s film will have its detractors and its champions, its debates between purists and partisans. But, whatever the consensus of readers and moviegoers, it’s a measure of Larsson’s storytelling prowess that two such fine films have been rendered from the dire, pulpy doings of his first novel. Note: Fincher and co-stars Craig and Mara said last week in interviews that they have not been contracted to participate in remakes of the other books in the trilogy — “The Girl Who Played with Fire” and “The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest.” But all three said they would be ready and willing if called.

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‘WAR HORSE’

Rating: PG-13 (Intense sequences of war violence) Running time: 2 hours, 26 minutes Starring: Jeremy Irvine, Emily Watson, Peter Mullan, Tom Hiddleston

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ome wags — or, perhaps, nags — have glibly dubbed Steven Spielberg’s visually majestic “War Horse” as “Black Beauty on the Western Front.” It’s an often stirring, beautifully mounted and rigorously retro epic that draws on the familiar conventions of classic equine sagas (“Black Beauty,” “National Velvet” and so on) and on well-known tropes from the “war to end all wars” genre. Although the master director of “Saving Private Ryan” maintains this is not a war movie, it portrays some of the most gritty and stunning depictions of World War I battle — from a stately, old-school cavalry charge to the grimy, hand-to-hand horrors of trench warfare — to appear on film since “All Quiet on the Western Front” and “Paths of Glory.” Spielberg also asserts that this is not a children’s movie, although its original source material is a best-selling 1982 young adult novel by Michael Morpurgo, and it falls staunchly in line with the filmmaker’s sentimental, square-jawed vision of youthful adventure and childhood longing for home and family. The episodic story, ably scripted by Lee Hall (“Billy Elliot”) and Richard Curtis (“Four Weddings and a Funer-

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al”) and synthesized from Morpurgo’s book and dramatist Nick Stafford’s grand, Tony Award-winning stage play, follows a classic narrative arc of meeting, bonding, separation, grim hardship and uplifting reunion that has informed boy-and-animal tales through the ages. Opening in the hardscrabble farm country of Devon, England, the tale centers on young Albert (newcomer Jeremy Irvine), whose parents Ted and Rose Narracott (Peter Mullan and Emily Watson) are struggling tenant farmers on a rocky plot leased from an aristocratic, Simon Legree-style landlord (David Thewlis). When the rascally Ted goes to a rural auction to buy a much-needed plow horse, he impulsively plops down the family’s savings instead on a young colt, a spirited animal that seems totally unsuited for farm labor. Albert quickly takes the horse under his care, names him Joey and through determined, patient training forms a special, spiritual, bond with the animal. But when financial hardships persist and World War I looms, Ted is forced to sell Joey into service with the British army. Capt. Nicholls (Tom Hiddleston), a noble young cavalry officer, takes to the steed and promises Albert he’ll respect and care for Joey. But war is war, and in France Joey finds himself embroiled in a series of har-

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rowing adventures. He comes under the care of a kindly widowed farmer (Niels Arestrup) and his sickly granddaughter Emilie (Celine Buckens) and is eventually conscripted into labor, pulling massive artillery pieces through the muck, for the German army. Albert enlists in the British infantry and finds himself slogging through the trenches at the bloody Battle of the Somme. All this sets up a not surprising but nonetheless heartrending climax amid the rubble and barbed wire of No Man’s Land (a scene that recalls several classic Christmas truce tales, notably the 2005 French film “Joyeux Noel”). While cynics might sneer at the bald emotions and the obvious manipulation at work in “War Horse,” the movie falls squarely in the heart-tugging tradition of horse movies past — with the added bonus of Spielberg’s populist sensibilities in full glory and his creative collaborators working at the height of their powers (especially artful cinematographer Janusz Kaminski). Indeed, “War Horse” is a shamelessly old-fashioned horsey movie, but old-fashioned in the best possible sense. — Dennis King, Wimgo.com


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‘MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE: GHOST PROTOCOL’

Rating: PG-13 (Intense sequences of violence and action, and some drug material) Running time: 2 hours, 8 minutes Starring: Tom Cruise, Jeremy Renner, Simon Pegg, Paula Patton, Michael Nyqvist.

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“Mission: Impossible” is a kick to the head

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om Cruise’s “Mission: Impossible” series began 15 years ago with a flashy, visually acute but largely incoherent installment from Brian DePalma, and after John Woofollowed it up with a better film that had almost nothing in common with its predecessor, the “M:I” series started looking like an extremely malleable directorial exercise: Put Cruise in an action film and make it work. Put the wrong director in the seat, and the whole series could selfdestruct in five seconds. “Mission: Impossible: Ghost Protocol” achieves something exceedingly rare by simply being the hands-down best on the fourth go-round. J.J. Abrams changed the game entirely with 2006’s “M:I:III” by introducing some emotional stakes and an undercurrent of nervous humor, and “Ghost Protocol” masterfully builds on that foundation thanks to the impeccable creative instincts of director Brad Bird, who brings the sense of kinetic energy and sharp-witted storytelling that made his Pixar films such as “The Incredibles” so indelible. In fact, “Ghost Protocol” slightly resembles “The Incredibles” in terms of its sheer love of the genre — that film’s third act was almost more of a spy film than

a superhero epic. Unlike the first two installments, which depended heavily on new technology to move the plot along, the high-tech moments in “Ghost Protocol” employ entirely feasible gadgets. A caper involving a camouflaging back-projected image in a hallway might be hard to pull off, but in the hands of Ethan Hunt (Cruise) and returning “M:I:III” gadget man Benji Dunn (Simon Pegg), it works. Well, at least they try. That is part of the charm of “Ghost Protocol”: A good portion of the technological assists turn out to be dangerously buggy, which forces Hunt, Dunn and new Impossible Mission Force team members Jane Carter (Paula Patton, finally getting the cool role she deserves) and intel analyst William Brandt (Jeremy Renner) to use their brains and agility. The setup is fairly simple this time: While on a mission to extract top-secret material from the Kremlin, Hunt and Dunn get broadsided by a completely unrelated explosion, and because IMF had agents in the building, the U.S. and Russia are on a countdown to mutually assured destruction. The real culprit is Kurt Hendricks (Michael Nyqvist), a former Soviet military adviser who lost his mind and began preaching global thermonuclear war as a

method of restoring order to the world. Hendricks has the intercept device, and the IMF team has to find Hendricks and delay the end of civilization. This mission has Hunt and his colleagues scaling high-rises in Dubai just before a sandstorm hits and crashing a glitzy party in India to get closer to the villain. Bird fills “Mission: Impossible: Ghost Protocol” with set pieces that play like instant classics — dizzying fits of kinetic cat-and-mouse action that are as memorable for their wry humor as for their danger. Cruise is all business in “Ghost Protocol,” making the transition from the IMF’s young hotshot to the experienced leader with admirable grace. All the players get to have their fun, and the crackling script from Josh Applebaum and Andre Nemec, veterans of Abrams’ spy series “Alias,” never lets the actors down. From the first scenes, Bird lets everyone know that “Mission: Impossible: Ghost Protocol” is operating at a different level. During an orchestrated jailbreak from a Russian prison, Hunt orders Dunn to pipe in some music to set the tone. And as the violence ramps up, Dean Martin serenades the angry rioters. Ain’t that a kick in the head?

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‘WE BOUGHT A ZOO’

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The film moves the tale from Devonshire, England, to Southern California and casts Damon as Mee, an adventure-seeking newspaper writer still grieving over the recent death of his beloved wife (played in flashbacks by Stephanie Szosak). Mee casts about looking for a fresh start and a way to connect with his two confused kids. Angry teen son Dylan (brooding Colin Ford) channels his bereavement into macabre drawings of bloodletting and decapitations and gets expelled from school. Seven-year-old daughter Rosie (adorable Maggie Elizabeth Jones) misses her mom and looks to her overwhelmed father and anguished brother for support. In a fit of inspiration — and against the advice of his banker brother, Duncan (Thomas Haden Church in roguish comic support) — Mee quits his job in L.A. and invests his inheritance in a rural property of 18 acres that includes the ramshackle Rosemoor Animal Park. There, he’s suddenly in charge of a ragtag crew that includes workaholic animal lover Kelly (Scarlett Johansson in an underwritten part) and a menagerie of shaggy, sickly endangered animals (including Buster, a

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650-pound grizzly bear, and Spar, an ailing and decrepit tiger). As the overwhelmed new owner works to bring the park up to code against the nitpicking of an antagonistic inspector (John Michael Higgins), halting but inevitable romances play out between Mee and Kelly and Dylan and wide-eyed young zoo hand Lily (Elle Fanning, too sweet and dreamy by half). It all works its way toward an ending of uplift, and true to form, the music-savvy Crowe punctuates with an eclectic soundtrack of oldies and contemporary tracks (ranging from Bob Dylan and Neil Young to haunting songs by composer Jonsi of the Icelandic cult band Sigur Ros). But even here, Crowe seems a little rusty and uncertain as he hits a few notes too heavily — such as when he backs a rainy-day montage with Randy Newman’s funereal “I Think It’s Going to Rain Today.” That’s the story of “We Bought A Zoo.” It’s a shaggy, loose-jointed movie with a good heart that we want to love a lot more than we actually do. — Dennis King, Wimgo.com


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‘THE ADVENTURES OF TINTIN’

Rating: PG (Adventure action violence, some drunkenness and brief smoking) Running time: 1 hour, 44 minutes Starring: The voices of Jamie Bell, Andy Serkis, Daniel Craig.

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irector Steven Spielberg brings the classic comic book “Tintin” to life in a computer-animated film that makes for an all-ages rollicking adventure. “The Adventures of Tintin” is based on the comics by Herge, which have sold more than 200 million copies worldwide. The mystery in “Adventures of Tintin” is based on three of the Tintin books — “The Crab With the Golden Claws,” “The Secret of the Unicorn” and “Red Rackham’s Treasure.” A CGI representation of Herge himself makes an appearance near the film’s beginning, as the painter crafting a portrait of Tintin. Intrepid young Belgian reporter Tintin (voiced by Jamie Bell) buys a model ship, the Unicorn, at a market stall for

a pound — and is immediately beset by people eager to buy it from him for much more. Suspicious, Tintin takes the ship home and begins to investigate the story of the Unicorn, the original on which the model ship was based. Before long, Tintin’s investigation leads him into danger, as he’s kidnapped and headed to Morocco on a cargo ship, where Mr. Sakharine (voiced by Daniel Craig) has bribed the crew to revolt against Captain Haddock (voiced by Andy Serkis). He’s aided by his dog, Snowy, a charming character in his own right. The supporting cast is nearly Dickensian, including bumbling detectives Thomson and Thomson (voiced by Simon Pegg and Nick Frost) and opera singer Bianca Castafiore (voiced by Kim Stengel). As the movie unfolds, the connection among all the players and the importance of the Unicorn becomes

clear. Along the way, Spielberg treats the viewer to beautiful scenery, compelling action and some of the least distracting CGI/motion-capture work in recent cinema. The characters come to life brilliantly without falling into the “uncanny valley” of uncomfortable viewing that’s often the result of characters that are neither fully human nor fully animated. The settings are dynamic and bristling with action. With pirates on the high seas, lost treasures and desert vistas, this is every bit a classic adventure tale. Finding the truth and righting past wrongs are important themes in the film, which should delight Tintin’s many fans and create even more new ones.

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‘R O CK S M I TH’

‘Rocksmith’ rocks out with real guitars

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f “Guitar Hero” was the spunky teenager who made music gaming fun, “Rocksmith” is his older, cooler brother in a distressed leather jacket. “Rocksmith” (Ubisoft, for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PC, $79.99) trades in the now familiar plastic guitar with buttons for the real, six-stringed deal. You simply plug your electric guitar — or an acoustic guitar with a pickup — into your console or computer. For $199, you can get the software bundled with an entry-level Epiphone Les Paul Jr. guitar. Generation after generation of wouldbe Eric Claptons have tried learning the guitar with instructors, books, DVDs and other teaching tools. Most of us get stuck at the intro to “Stairway to Heaven.” With some minor guitar experience under my belt, I dared “Rocksmith” to teach me, entertain me and keep me engaged. It succeeded on all fronts. Guitar lessons turn into a game: Keep in step with the colored, glowing and spinning rectangles that fall down the screen and land on a numbered fret. The more notes you get correct, the better your score. It takes some getting used to. The descending rectangles are colored with a different hue for each of the six guitar strings. But most guitar strings aren’t colored, so you have to mentally keep track of those color-and-string pairs — which change quickly during the action. I was able to learn the melody to The Rolling Stones’ “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction” within minutes, but the techniques get more complicated. For example, the double-stops technique requires covering two strings at the same time while muting the adjacent strings. It’s easy when you’re looking down and staring at your fingers with all the time in the world. It’s a lot harder when you have to look at the screen, remember where the correct frets are by muscle memory and strike them fast enough to get ready for the next set of notes. The teaching aspect of “Rocksmith” hinges on the very nature of playing a video game. You have to watch the screen. You don’t have a lot of time to look at your hands. So you are forced to get better at knowing where the frets are by feel, as well as how to pluck, say, the fourth string instead of the fifth without looking. The “Rocksmith” playlist runs from classic rockers like The Animals and Cream to up-and-comers like Titus Andronicus and the Black Keys. There’s also an “amp” mode in which you can play whatever you like, and you can download filters that add fuzz, feedback, distortion or other effects to the sound mix. Once you’ve mastered a few techniques and chords, you might want to power off the game and see where the instrument will take you all on its own. The ultimate challenge presented by “Rocksmith” is to get good enough that you won’t play it all. You’ll just play the guitar. From The Associated Press

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Katie Wicks Crystal Vision DJ

Take one look at Katie Wicks and you’ll see more “Girl With A Dragon Tattoo” than a dozen movie theatres. Black makeup. Black hat. Black hair. Black everything. Take a few minutes to speak with her and you’ll probably get schooled by her music knowledge. There’s also a good chance you won’t be able to say goodbye without a hug too. Wicks is a music enthusiast. On Wednesday night’s she’s DJing the Robotic dance party at Kamp’s, which is easily one the most discussed and popular shindigs in Oklahoma City. Wicks also helps run Robot Dance Records, a digital record label. We almost forget Wicks hosts a weekly two-hour radio show on The Spy and is in at least two bands. In case you couldn’t tell, the woman lives and breathes music. We love Wicks because she builds our music community every day. If you see a black blur running past you then it’s probably Wicks on her way to another gig. We suggest following her to the party.

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– By Nathan Poppe, LookatOKC columnist

Audrey, Justin Falk Owners of Shop Good

Audrey Falk and Justin Falk weren’t born in Oklahoma, but you can’t tell that after walking through their Okie-centric boutique. The Oklahoma transplants own Shop Good, a downtown Oklahoma City gift hot spot with more character than your favorite novel. Justin is the store’s creative force. He’s the one screen-printing the shirts hanging throughout the store and putting holes in the walls to show off a few more. Audrey is the brains of the business. She’s the one behind the cash register who’ll help you leave Shop Good with a greeting card and a smile or two. Together, the duo has created one of the most interesting philanthropic ventures in Oklahoma City. A portion of every sale at Shop Good is donated to a non-profit organization, and the giving doesn’t stop there. The couple has successfully thrown one the biggest parties in Oklahoma City two summers running. It’s called Mustache Bash and the latest installment in August not only attracted about 2,000 patrons but also raised awareness for local shopping, music and art. We love Shop Good and the Falks because they are proof that you can never have too much of a good thing. – By Nathan Poppe, LookatOKC columnist

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George Salisbury Délo Creative

Tucked away in the backyard of Flaming Lips frontman Wayne Coyne’s house is an army of video and graphic design fanatics known as Délo Creative. George Salisbury is the leader of this collection of AV misfits. If you’ve watched a Flaming Lips music video in the past 10 years then you’ve likely seen Salisbury’s devilishly creative influence. Salisbury and his crew sport a signature guerilla filming style that captures the spirit and liveliness of local bands such as Broncho and CHUD in ways that a tripod or a trained eye could never dream. Délo’s video cameras and fearlessness have filmed everything from a dumpster diving documentary to a live Flaming Lips music video in front of a cemetery. You’ll be hard pressed to guess what Salisbury is going to release next. We love Salisbury because he’s able to bottle lightning, and he’s not afraid of standing in the eye of the storm to get it. – By Nathan Poppe, LookatOKC columnist


– Artwork by Nathan Poppe, LookatOKC columnist

Kristen Vails

Plaza District executive director This year, Matt Damon bought a zoo. Kristen Vails decided to run one. Your best bet to catch Vails in her element is during the second Friday of every month at Live on the Plaza. You’ll probably need help finding her in the crowds though. She’s responsible for fueling the growth of the monthly art walk in Oklahoma City’s Plaza District. The artwork and shopping in the district is already stellar, but Vails is the one helping people connect the dots and celebrate the budding artistic community. Her calculated planning and enthusiasm for culture has attracted hundreds of people to the Plaza District on freezing cold nights and melty summer evenings. Without Vails, there wouldn’t be fanny pack fashion shows in front of The Velvet Monkey Salon or hipster Santa photo contests throughout the Plaza District. We love the Plaza District and Vails because every good zoo needs a great zookeeper. – By Nathan Poppe, LookatOKC columnist

Josh Sallee

A rising star in hip-hop Three decades into its history, hip-hop is the dominant music of the mass culture and permeates all neighborhoods from shore to shore, so now it is entirely possible for one of its best new exponents to emerge from the suburbs of Bixby, Okla. But Josh Sallee’s talent would be considered extraordinary regardless of origin: having opened for rising alt-hip-hop acts such as Kendrick Lamar and The Cool Kids as well as mainstreamers like Mac Miller and Big K.R.I.T., Sallee is proving to the national players that hip-hop can thrive in the plains. This summer, when Sallee released “So Chill,” the first single from his debut album, “Return to Sender,” it received 1,500 hits in the first hour after he tweeted the track. Much of the credit goes to Sallee’s impressive lyrical flow, a mile-a-minute stream that is just as mellifluous when the rapper is freestyling. Consider that Sallee only started rapping a little more than two years ago, and it feels like his career could go supernova at any moment. And yet, Sallee is prepared to stay in Oklahoma. While temptations abound for uprooting his act and lighting out for a bigger market, Sallee is prepared to stay near home and make the record companies seek him out. It was rapper Asher Roth who suggested that Sallee continue to produce homegrown hip-hop during a discussion at Austin’s SXSW 2011. “I think it’s possible to get big out of Oklahoma, and maybe major labels would come to me and fund what we are doing here and let it stay here,” Sallee told LOOKatOKC’s Adam Kemp in July 2011. When those labels show up, expect a bidding war. – By George Lang, LookatOKC editor

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Kamala Gamble

Chef, Queen of locally grown foods It’s easy to get pulled in by chef Kamala Gamble’s big smile and contagious enthusiasm. When she mentions working for chef Rick Bayless and appearing on his cooking shows in the early days, it’s obvious you’re in the presence of rare talent. Taste her food, and the heart begins to palpitate. But take a step within her Guilford Gardens, and it’s true love. She and her family live in a lovely home in Nichols Hills, not the mansion variety the town is known for, but one that includes an industrial kitchen and a gorgeous dining room that hosts private parties and cooking classes. On its own merits, the home is enviable. Glancing out the back window, what starts as desire ends in deep respect. Hidden in a well-populated neighborhood is almost an acre of land where some of the city’s finest produce grows: tomatoes that come in heirloom, early girl, juliet, sun gold, big beef and pretty much any other variety you can imagine. Squash that is born yellow, white, green and sometimes a mix of all three. Golden beets as well as red. Small, medium and large potatoes breach the earth in brown, yellow and purple. Then there’s the cantaloupe, sweet potatoes, hot and sweet peppers, herbs and leafy lettuce, chard and arugula. You get the picture. Kamala now operates a community-supported agriculture service. Details on how to join or get on the waiting list are available on her Web site. As if running several miles a morning and raising an enormous organic garden weren’t enough, Kamala also helped found Oklahoma City’s own Slow Foods Convivium. The Slow Foods movement is a rallying cry to take a left when a fast food establishment is just a right turn away. It’s a celebration of local, sustainably grown ingredients. It’s a touchstone for those who seek an alternative to food from cans and boxes. But Kamala doesn’t just talk or blog about it, she works and grows it every day. And when she’s not in the garden, she’s likely teaching cooking classes. What’s not to love about that?

Rumble the Bison

NBA mascot, community superstar There are many examples of why having an NBA team in Oklahoma City is great. “Community pride,” “watching great basketball players” and “it’s good for the economy” are all really good thoughts and equally important. But the biggest reason we love the NBA is a basketball-dunking, flag-waving, birthday-appearing all around community superstar. It’s Rumble the Bison. Rumble is perfect. Rumble is funny, charming, soft-spoken, athletic, good with kids and really gentle for a large animal. Rumble does birthday parties, reading events at schools, hands out valentines on that special February day and even finds time to practice dunking a basketball. He can play the drums, climb ladders and had some quality dance moves. Do we need to keep going? You get the point. Rumble is what is great about the NBA in Oklahoma City. Rumble debuted Feb. 17 at halftime against the New Orleans Hornets in 2009 and has been doing amazing things since. – By Matthew Clayton, LookatOKC graphic designer

Andy Sipes

Co-creator of web series on Adultswim.com Oklahoma City-born Andy Sipes has co-created (with Dana Snyder) a new animated Web series for AdultSwim.com called “Songs for Helping.” In “Songs for Helping,” two angels, Sharey and Carey, provide terrible advice via song. The show can be seen at www.adultswim. com/songs. Sipes also works on G4’s “Code Monkeys” as the art director and voice of Mr. Larrity. The 6’6’’ actor is frequently seen on “Last Call with Carson Daly,” playing an uncouth pal of Daly, a workman, or in one instance, David Beckham. He’s provided voices on series including “Minoriteam” and “Saul of the Mole Men” for Adult Swim. He parlayed his 5th-grade English assignments into an Adult Swim web series, as well. His “Sipes Stories” are illustrated versions of his writing assignments, which feature snakes in tuxedos, grade-school presidents and horror movie monsters. The series is online at adultswim.com/promos/201010_sipes/index.html.

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Jarod Evans and Chad Copelin, Blackwatch Studios

Blackwatch Studios is becoming the nexus point for the music scene in central Oklahoma, a testament to the musicianship and extraordinary commitment of its principals, Jarod Evans and Chad Copelin. Operating just south of Norman’s Main Street at 103 W Comanche, Evans and Copelin’s studio first became a massive draw for local musicians such as Sherree Chamberlain, K.C. Clifford, Jacob Abello and The Non, and then their reputation went global. Seriously. In early 2011, Copelin and Evans were approached by a Ukrainian band after the group heard a copy of “Novels,” the Blackwatch-produced album by Fort Worth’s The Burning Hotels. Financial concerns made it prohibitive for the band to fly to Oklahoma, so the producers met the group in Prague, Czech Republic, recorded the album in April and returned, flying 20 hours just to hit the ground running and set up their stage for the Norman Music Festival. Evans and Copelin are both consummate musicians who can shift styles at a moment’s notice, and their collaborators, including singersongwriter Brine Webb, have become Oklahoma’s answer to the Funk Brothers, the backup musicians who played on all the classic Motown recordings. During the Buffalo Lounge, the Oklahoma Film and Music Office’s showcase for state talent at the 2011 SXSW Music Festival, Evans, Copelin and Webb essentially served as the house band, playing behind about three-quarters of the performers, including Graham Colton. And now the studio is coming to the attention of A-listers. Backing up rising Tulsa star Ben Kilgore, Evans and Copelin played a showcase for Akon, Dr. Dre and Timbaland in Atlanta in 2010, and during the summer of 2011, Kelly Clarkson recorded several songs at Blackwatch. There is simply more to a great studio than its sound — Blackwatch is a rapidly growing family thanks to Evans and Copelin’s commitment to the area’s musical talent. “There is a very conscious effort on our end to being much more than a recording studio,” Evans said. “We just believe in the concept of community, whether it’s in music or just any little thing. Just embracing the people around you.” – By George Lang, LookatOKC editor

Steve “Wampus” Reynolds and Suzy Thompson Creators of The Opolis and Forward Food Who would’ve thought the long gone and mostly forgotten Yippee Yi Yo Café could’ve been such an important brick in the foundation of our local music and food scene. If the 1990s hadn’t been so dead set on resurrecting the coffeehouse, perhaps Steve “Wampus” Reynolds and Suzy Thompson might never have met, which would’ve meant the void in our collective lives was the absence of The Opolis and Forward Foods. Suzy Thompson has an easy smile, superstar sense of humor and indefatigable passion for cheese. But her spirit of community is what makes her someone we love. As an aspiring young documentary filmmaker living in Los Angeles, Suzy took an internship with Food Network. Her love affair

with cheese and artisan foods began then and blazes on today. Rather than stay in L.A. and live amongst the culturally enlightened, Suzy and Wampus came home. And rather than forget the fuel that fired them, they embarked on a life of sharing what they learned about food and music and bring cultural enlightenment to Oklahoma. Despite a shiny new Whole Foods Market just down the street from their Forward Foods location on North Western, the little market with the big cheese selection has found a niche with its organic produce, locally baked bread vast array of legumes, grains, salts, olives, pastas and sauces from around the world. – By Dave Cathey, Food Dude

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THE COUTURE CORSETS OF NICOLE MOAN Heather Warlick Moore | Mood Publication Editor

Oklahoma City has a thriving community of artists that grows more diverse as the city carves out its new identity as a cultural center. That diversity is partly due to artistic Oklahomans such as Nicole Moan, 33, originally from Sacramento, Calif. The artist, who has lived in Oklahoma City for the past 20 years, creates extraordinary wearable ceramic corsets, wall hangings, sculpted tile murals and anything else her creative mind dreams up. Her work graces galleries from Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles across the country to New York City and even in Europe. She and her husband, Jason Moan (pronounced Mo-Ann), 35, a sculptor, and their three daughters live in what looks like an average northwest Oklahoma City home. Step inside, however, and it’s clear you’re in artists’ quarters. Nearly every inch of the family’s living room and main bathroom has been reimagined by the artsy couple. Bright, sculpted ceramic tile scenes inspired by Nicole Moan’s painter father, Albert Riddle, adorn the living room floor. Riddle paints in a cubist style the likes of Pablo Picasso with a surrealist twist reminiscent of Salvador Dali. “My first memory of actually working with art was drawing store plans. My parents used to do interior design for stores and restaurants,” Nicole Moan said. She also remembers building elaborate mud palaces for her Barbie dolls. Moan’s mother, Deborah Elders Riddle, paints primarily with oils and creates equestrian themes and realistic scenes of animals, gardens and people. Perhaps it was her mother’s sensibility for natural subjects that inspired Moan to transform her bathroom into a fantastic underwater world of handmade tiles. A ceramic mermaid’s tail sculpture slides up one corner of the room; a claw-foot bathtub is painted deep swirling ocean blue rimmed in gold, and a sculpted tile relief of cubist style hangs over the tub. LEFT | Model Stacy Saunders wears a ceramic sculpted corset and matching skirt, both by local artist Nicole Moan. Photos by Chris Lamdsberger | The Oklahoman.


C R E AT I N G C O R S E T S It was about 10 years ago that Moan created her fi rst corset. She needed something to wear to an art event. “I used to make fabric corsets, but I never really liked them very much because they just looked like everybody else’s corsets,” Moan recalled. So, Moan came up with the idea of making a wearable ceramic corset, but she wasn’t sure how to do it. When her husband came home from work that day, she asked him how he felt about wearing a ceramic corset — he rolled his eyes and said something like “Oh, God.” (“Now he wears my corsets all the time,” Nicole said.) And so the two found themselves the night before the event, lying on the floor, their torsos molded in two inches of wet ceramic material, blow-drying themselves. She remembers thinking, “This is the wrong way to make them.” Since then, Moan has improved her corset-making process, using her formal education in engineering. She found that dressmakers’ dummies weren’t very true to real women’s bodies, so she crafted her own ceramic bodies of varying sizes and torso lengths on which to design. Her corsets, more than 50 of which are for sale on her website, come in several styles and can be sized up to about a woman’s 20. Moan’s styles include keyhole corsets that dip low into the cleavage; some feature a fold-over collar style; some are waist cinchers; and some of Moan’s corsets are designed for men. Moan also sculpts ceramic wall hanging corsets and other wall art. All her art is shown on her website, www.nicolemoan.com.

BELOW | These ornaments are part of Nicole Moan’s Fregio series.

1 | Model Stacy Saunders wears a ceramic corset and skirt from Oklahoma City artist Nicole Moan’s Mermaid series. 2 | Model Stacy Saunders wears a gold and green ceramic corset and floral skirt by Oklahoma City artist Nicole Moan. The corset is called “Autumn.” 3 | An example of a lighted wall hanging by Oklahoma City artist Nicole Moan. It is called “Bed of Roses.” 4 | The back of a pink floral ceramic corset and skirt from Oklahoma City artist Nicole Moan’s most recent series featuring florals and animals such as butterflies.


WIMGO

EVENTS

WED

04 CONCERTS Ryan Ried, 8 p.m., Wormy Dog

Saloon, 311 E Sheridan, 601-6276.

Found In Atlases, Command The

Clouds, False Positive, Last 2 Weeks and No Nuts No Glory, 8:30 p.m., The Conservatory, 8911 N Western, 879-9778.

LIVE MUSIC

JANUARY 4 - JANUARY 18 Istvan Art Gallery’s 17th Art Installation within Urban Art, Istvan Gallery, 1218 N Western, 831-2874.

God Bless America Touring Quilts,

North Park Mall, NW 122 and May, 751-3885.

“One Hard Pull,” Lightwell Gallery, OU School of Art & Art History, 520 Parrington Oval, 325-2691. (Norman) Juror’s Choice and Calendar Art Show, JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 528-6336.

THU

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“In Design: The Art of John-Paul Philippé,” The Untitled Artspace, 1

NE 3, 815-9995.

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

Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler (Park Hill)

Istvan Art Gallery’s 17th Art Installation within Urban Art, Istvan Gallery, 1218 N Western, 831-2874.

God Bless America Touring Quilts,

North Park Mall, NW 122 and May, 751-3885.

“One Hard Pull,” Lightwell Gallery, OU School of Art & Art History, 520 Parrington Oval, 325-2691. (Norman) Juror’s Choice and Calendar Art Show, JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 528-6336.

Hefner Grill, 9201 E Lake Hefner

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

Firelake Grand Casino, 777 Grand

Casino Blvd., Jamie Richards, 7 p.m., (405) 964-7263. (Shawnee)

Belle Isle Restaurant & Brewery,

1900 Northwest Expressway, Hydra Melody and Saturday Sirens, 9 p.m., 840-1911.

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

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

SPORTS Oklahoma State University vs Texas Tech, 7 p.m., Gallagher-Iba

Arena, 202 Gallagher Hall (Stillwater)

University of Oklahoma vs Iowa State, 7 p.m., Lloyd Noble Center,

2900 Jenkins, 325-4666. (Norman)

HAPPENINGS “Ghost Ranch and the Faraway Nearby,” exhibit by Craig Varjabedian, National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, 1700 NE 63, 478-2250.

“In Design: The Art of John-Paul Philippé,” The Untitled Artspace, 1

NE 3, 815-9995.

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

Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler (Park Hill)

CONCERTS Shane Russell, 8 p.m., Wormy Dog Saloon, 311 E Sheridan, 601-6276. Acoustic Oklahoma, 7 p.m., VZD’s

FRI

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Restaurant & Club, 4200 N Western, 524-4203.

NIGHT LIFE Hi Lo Club, 1221 NW 50, Hi Lo

Civic Center Music Hall, 201 N Walker, 842-5387.

SPORTS

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

Friday Night Drag Show, 10:30 p.m., 843-1722.

OKC Thunder vs Houston Rockets, 7 p.m., Chesapeake Energy

Arena, 100 W Reno, 602-8700.

Saturday Song Swap, 9 p.m., Opolis Production LLC, 113 N Crawford (Norman)

HAPPENINGS

LIVE MUSIC

“Ghost Ranch and the Faraway Nearby.” exhibit by Craig Varjabedian, National Cowboy &

Centennial Rodeo Opry, 2221 Exchange Avenue, Rodeo Opry, 7:30 p.m., 297-9773.

Western Heritage Museum, 1700 NE 63, 478-2250.

“In Design: The Art of John-Paul Philippé,” The Untitled Artspace, 1

NE 3, 815-9995.

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

Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler (Park Hill)

Istvan Art Gallery’s 17th Art Installation within Urban Art, Istvan Gallery, 1218 N Western, 831-2874.

“Snowmen are People Too: Norman’s Whimsical Transient Winter Population,” Sonder Music

LIVE MUSIC

CONCERTS

Dance & Art, 225 E Gray, 474-9734. (Norman)

Michael Murphy’s Dueling Pianos,

Baby Tears, The F---ing Party and

God Bless America Touring Quilts,

25 S Oklahoma, Dueling Piano Bar, 7:30 p.m., 231-5397.

Hefner Grill, 9201 E Lake Hefner

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

Junior’s, 2601 Northwest Ex-

pressway, Anita White Trio, 8 p.m., 848-5597.

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

Remington Park Racing and Casino, 1 Remington Place, Ashley

Copperheads, 9 p.m., The Conservatory, 8911 N Western, 879-9778.

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

Junior’s, 2601 Northwest Ex-

pressway, Anita White Trio, 8 p.m., 848-5597.

Firelake Grand Casino, 777 Grand Casino Blvd., Mike Black and the Stingrays, 9 p.m., (405) 964-7263 . (Shawnee)

Buchart, 7 p.m., 424-1000.

NIGHT LIFE Paseo Underground, 2415 N Walker, Open Mic Night, 6:30 p.m.

Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W

Memorial, Jim The Elephant, 9 p.m., 751-1547.

Remington Park Racing and Casino, 1 Remington Place, Ashley

HAPPENINGS

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

“Ghost Ranch and the Faraway Nearby.” exhibit by Craig Varjabedian, National Cowboy &

Blues Saloon, 2525 NW 10, Amy Lee

Western Heritage Museum, 1700 NE 63, 478-2250.

and the Second Line, 9 p.m., 601-1165.

“Commoners and Kings,” 8 p.m.,

North Park Mall, NW 122 and May, 751-3885.

“One Hard Pull,” Lightwell Gallery, OU School of Art & Art History, 520 Parrington Oval, 325-2691. (Norman) Black and White “Black Tie Optional,” In Your Eye Studio & Gallery, 3005 Paseo, 525-2161.

Juror’s Choice and Calendar Art Show, JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 528-6336.

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

Junior’s, 2601 Northwest Ex-

07 CONCERTS Peter Cetera and Richard Marx,

“Ghost Ranch and the Faraway Nearby.” exhibit by Craig Varjabedian, National Cowboy &

Western Heritage Museum, 1700 NE 63, 478-2250.

“In Design: The Art of John-Paul Philippé,” The Untitled Artspace, 1

NE 3, 815-9995.

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

Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler (Park Hill)

God Bless America Touring Quilts,

North Park Mall, NW 122 and May, 751-3885.

Black and White “Black Tie Optional,” In Your Eye Studio & Gallery,

pressway, Anita White Trio, 8 p.m., 848-5597.

3005 Paseo, 525-2161.

Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701

Juror’s Choice and Calendar Art Show, JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N

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

Remington Park Racing and Casino, 1 Remington Place, Slick

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

Hastings, 3116 N Main, Know

Method, 1 p.m., (888) 361-9473. (Stillwater)

Walker, 528-6336.

SUN

08

Hastings Books Music & Videos,

2300 W Main, Wesley Wilkes, 1 p.m., 329-5527. (Norman)

Blue Note, 2408 N Robinson, The Bright Light Social Hour, 9 p.m., 600-1166. Breakaway Club, 8019 NW 23, Dave Broyles and Shotgun Rooster, 9 p.m., 789-9222. (Bethany) Blues Saloon, 2525 NW 10, Southern Machinix, 9 p.m., 601-1165.

THEATER “Commoners and Kings,” 8 p.m.,

SAT

HAPPENINGS

Civic Center Music Hall, 201 N Walker, 842-5387.

SPORTS University of Oklahoma vs Kansas, 1 p.m., Lloyd Noble Center, 2900

CONCERTS Kraig Parker as Elvis, 8 p.m., WinStar World Casino & Hotel, Exit 1, I-35, (580) 276-3100. (Thackerville) Mark Giammario Quartet, 7:30 p.m., The Performing Arts Studio, 200 S Jones, 307-9320. (Norman) Onward To Olympas and Fit For A King, 6:30 p.m., The Conservatory,

8911 N Western, 879-9778.

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

NIGHT LIFE

Jenkins, 325-4666. (Norman)

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

Oklahoma State University vs Texas, 2 p.m., Gallagher-Iba Arena,

SPORTS

202 Gallagher Hall (Stillwater)

OKC Thunder vs San Antonio Spurs, 6 p.m., Chesapeake Energy

Arena, 100 W Reno, 602-8700.

9 p.m., WinStar World Casino Hotel, Exit 1, I-35, (580) 276-3100. (Thackerville)

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HAPPENINGS “Ghost Ranch and the Faraway Nearby.” exhibit by Craig Varjabedian, National Cowboy &

Western Heritage Museum, 1700 NE 63, 478-2250.

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

JANUARY 4 - JANUARY 18 TUE

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Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler (Park Hill)

CONCERTS

God Bless America Touring Quilts,

Acoustic Oklahoma, 7 p.m., VZD’s

North Park Mall, NW 122 and May, 751-3885.

Restaurant & Club, 4200 N Western, 524-4203.

Juror’s Choice and Calendar Art Show, JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N

NIGHT LIFE

Walker, 528-6336.

Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W

Memorial, DJ Big G, 9 p.m., 751-1547.

MON

09

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

Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler (Park Hill)

Istvan Art Gallery’s 17th Art Installation within Urban Art, Istvan Gallery, 1218 N Western, 831-2874.

LIVE MUSIC Picasso Cafe, 3009 Paseo, Acoustic Oklahoma, 405.602.2002.

NIGHT LIFE Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W

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

SPORTS Oklahoma State University vs University of Oklahoma, 6 p.m.,

Gallagher-Iba Arena, 202 Gallagher Hall (Stillwater)

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

Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler (Park Hill)

God Bless America Touring Quilts,

North Park Mall, NW 122 and May, 751-3885.

“One Hard Pull,” Lightwell Gallery, OU School of Art & Art History, 520 Parrington Oval, 325-2691. (Norman) Juror’s Choice and Calendar Art Show, JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 528-6336.

WED

11

God Bless America Touring Quilts,

North Park Mall, NW 122 and May, 751-3885.

“One Hard Pull,” Lightwell Gallery,

OU School of Art & Art History, 520 Parrington Oval, 325-2691. (Norman)

Juror’s Choice and Calendar Art Show, JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 528-6336.

CONCERTS Ali Harter, 8 p.m., Wormy Dog Saloon, 311 E Sheridan, 601-6276.

The Goddamn Gallows, 8 p.m.,

The Conservatory, 8911 N Western, 879-9778.

LIVE MUSIC Firelake Grand Casino, 777 Grand

Casino Blvd., Amanda Coffee, 7 p.m., (405) (405) 964-7263 . (Shawnee)

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

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

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

Junior’s, 2601 Northwest Ex-

SPORTS

pressway, Anita White Trio, 8 p.m., 848-5597.

University of Oklahoma vs Texas Tech, 7 p.m., Lloyd Noble Center,

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

2900 Jenkins, 325-4666. (Norman)

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

Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler (Park Hill)

Istvan Art Gallery’s 17th Art Installation within Urban Art, Istvan Gallery, 1218 N Western, 831-2874.

God Bless America Touring Quilts,

North Park Mall, NW 122 and May, 751-3885.

“One Hard Pull,” Lightwell Gallery,

OU School of Art & Art History, 520 Parrington Oval, 325-2691. (Norman)

Juror’s Choice and Calendar Art Show, JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 528-6336.

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John Taylor, 8 p.m., 235-4410.

Blue Bonnett Bar, 321 E Main, The Calamity Cubes, Bloody Ol Mule and JVs Fillin Station, 8 p.m., 447-2480. (Norman) UCO Jazz Lab, 100 E 5, Lucas

Hoge in Concert, 8 p.m., 340-8552. (Edmond)

Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W

Blue Door 19th Anniversary/ Greg Johnson 60th Birthday Show, 8

13 CONCERTS

Dadrock, 9 p.m., Opolis Production LLC, 113 N Crawford (Norman)

Two Snakes, Paintscratcher, Red

Michael Murphy’s Dueling Pianos,

NIGHT LIFE

25 S Oklahoma, Dueling Piano Bar, 7:30 p.m., 231-5397.

Paseo Underground, 2415 N Walker, Open Mic Night, 6:30 p.m.

Junior’s, 2601 Northwest Ex-

pressway, Anita White Trio, 8 p.m., 848-5597.

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

Music Hall, 201 N Walker, 297-2264.

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

HAPPENINGS

Firelake Grand Casino, 777 Grand

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

Istvan Art Gallery’s 17th Art Installation within Urban Art, Istvan Gallery, 1218 N Western, 831-2874.

God Bless America Touring Quilts,

2nd Friday Circuit of Art, 6 p.m., Norman Arts Council Gallery, 220 E Main, 360-1162. (Norman)

Istvan Art Gallery’s 17th Art Installation within Urban Art, Istvan

LIVE MUSIC

Tyler Perry’s “The Haves And The Have Nots,” 7:30 p.m., Civic Center

HAPPENINGS

Wurlybirds, Moon, Oblivious and

the Sinners and Whitney Morgan, 8 p.m., Cain’s Ballroom, 423 N Main, 918.584.2306. (Tulsa)

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

THEATER

Center, 1 Myriad Gardens, 602-8500.

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

Deer Table and Rats Rats Rats, 9 p.m., The Conservatory, 8911 N Western, 879-9778.

p.m., 424-1000.

Oklahoma City Barons vs. Rockford Icehogs, 7 p.m., Cox Convention

Billy Joe Shaver, Jackson Taylor and

Memorial, The Weathermen, 9 p.m., 751-1547.

Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler (Park Hill)

CONCERTS

FRI

SPORTS

Casino Blvd., Superfreak, 9 p.m., (405) (405) 964-7263 . (Shawnee)

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

Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler (Park Hill)

Gallery, 1218 N Western, 831-2874.

“Snowmen are People Too: Norman’s Whimsical Transient Winter Population,” Sonder Music

Dance & Art, 225 E Gray, 474-9734. (Norman)

God Bless America Touring Quilts,

North Park Mall, NW 122 and May, 751-3885.

Black and White “Black Tie Optional,” In Your Eye Studio & Gallery, 3005 Paseo, 525-2161.

Juror’s Choice and Calendar Art Show, JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 528-6336.

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Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W

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

Remington Park Racing and Casino, 1 Remington Place, Brittney

CONCERTS

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

North Park Mall, NW 122 and May, 751-3885.

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

“One Hard Pull,” Lightwell Gallery, OU School of Art & Art History, 520 Parrington Oval, 325-2691. (Norman)

The College Bar, 319 S Washington,

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

Lucas Hoge in Concert, 8 p.m., UCO Jazz Lab, 100 E 5, 340-8552. (Edmond)

Black and White “Black Tie Optional,” In Your Eye Studio & Gallery,

Blues Saloon, 2525 NW 10, Tyler Lee, 9 p.m., 601-1165.

Psychotic Reaction, Lymph Nodes,

Acoustic Oklahoma, 7 p.m., VZD’s Restaurant & Club, 4200 N Western, 524-4203.

Juror’s Choice and Calendar Art Show, JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N

3005 Paseo, 525-2161.

Walker, 528-6336.

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

Admirals and FM Pilots, 8 p.m., (405) 533-3217. (Stillwater)

NIGHT LIFE Hi Lo Club, 1221 NW 50, Hi Lo

Friday Night Drag Show, 10:30 p.m., 843-1722.

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

Copperheads and Hood Mason, 9 p.m., Opolis Production LLC, 113 N Crawford (Norman)

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


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LIVE MUSIC Centennial Rodeo Opry, 2221

Exchange Avenue, Rodeo Opry, 7:30 p.m., 297-9773.

JANUARY 4 - JANUARY 18 University of Oklahoma vs Kansas State, 12:30 p.m., Lloyd Noble

Center, 2900 Jenkins, 325-4666. (Norman)

Michael Murphy’s Dueling Pianos,

Oklahoma State University vs University of Oklahoma, 11 a.m.,

25 S Oklahoma, Dueling Piano Bar, 7:30 p.m., 231-5397.

Gallagher-Iba Arena, 202 Gallagher Hall (Stillwater)

Junior’s, 2601 Northwest Ex-

OKC Thunder vs New York Knicks,

pressway, Anita White Trio, 8 p.m., 848-5597.

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

Grady’s 66 Pub, 444 W Main, Jim

HAPPENINGS

The Elephant, 8:30 p.m., 354-8789. (Yukon)

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

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

Oklahoma City Limits, 4801 N

Martin Luther King Ave, The Mighty Orq, 9:30 p.m., 619-3939.

Belle Isle Restaurant & Brewery,

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

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

Remington Park Racing and Casino, 1 Remington Place, Brittney

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

Blue Note, 2408 N Robinson, Maya

Proxy and Code 22, 9 p.m., 600-1166.

Samurai Sake House, 3034 N

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

ley Brothers Band, 9 p.m., 789-9222. (Bethany)

Harrah Music Hall, 1961 Church Ave, Boxing The Stars and Save The Empty, 7:30 p.m., 887-9579. (Harrah)

God Bless America Touring Quilts,

Convention Center, 1 Myriad Gardens, 602-8500.

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LIVE MUSIC

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Juror’s Choice and Calendar Art Show, JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N

Walker, 528-6336.

tory, 8911 N Western, 879-9778.

Picasso Cafe, 3009 Paseo, Acoustic Oklahoma, 405.602.2002.

NIGHT LIFE Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W

SUN

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

LIVE MUSIC The Performing Arts Studio, 200

S Jones, Winter Wind Concert Series with Girlyman, 7 p.m., 307-9320. (Norman)

The Deli, 309 White, Mike Hosty Baker Street Pub & Grill, 6620 S

SPORTS Oklahoma City Barons vs. Abbotsford Heat, 4 p.m., Cox

Convention Center, 1 Myriad Gardens, 602-8500.

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

Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler (Park Hill)

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

Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler (Park Hill)

God Bless America Touring Quilts,

Memorial, Crossland Acoustic, 8 p.m. (Tulsa)

Oklahoma City Barons vs. Abbotsford Heat, 7 p.m., Cox

MON

Black and White “Black Tie Optional,” In Your Eye Studio & Gallery,

NIGHT LIFE

SPORTS

Walker, 528-6336.

Emperor X, 9 p.m., The Conserva-

Solo, 9 p.m., 329-3534. (Norman)

Gardens, Oklahoma City Barons vs. Abbotsford Heat, 7 p.m., 602-8500.

Juror’s Choice and Calendar Art Show, JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N

North Park Mall, NW 122 and May, 751-3885.

Blues Saloon, 2525 NW 10, TJ Austin, 9 p.m., 601-1165.

Cox Convention Center, 1 Myriad

North Park Mall, NW 122 and May, 751-3885.

Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler (Park Hill)

Portland, JudgeMENTAL, Chronicles of Mayhem and Left To Die, 7 p.m., 630-9719.

Breakaway Club, 8019 NW 23, Hol-

God Bless America Touring Quilts,

NIGHT LIFE

North Park Mall, NW 122 and May, 751-3885.

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

Juror’s Choice and Calendar Art Show, JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N

SPORTS

Walker, 528-6336.

University of Oklahoma vs Texas Tech, 7 p.m., Lloyd Noble Center,

WED

18

2900 Jenkins, 325-4666. (Norman)

TUE

17

HAPPENINGS

CONCERTS

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

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

Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler (Park Hill)

Istvan Art Gallery’s 17th Art Installation within Urban Art, Istvan Gallery, 1218 N Western, 831-2874.

CONCERTS Gabe Dixon and Lelia Broussard, 7 p.m. Opolis Production LLC, 113 N Crawford, (Norman)

Acoustic Oklahoma, 7 p.m., VZD’s

Restaurant & Club, 4200 N Western 524-4203.

God Bless America Touring Quilts, North Park Mall, NW 122 and May, 751-3885.

Juror’s Choice and Calendar Art Show, JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N

Walker, 528-6336.

Firelake Grand Casino, 777 Grand Casino Blvd., Rogers and Weilburg, 7 p.m., (405) (405) 964-7263 . (Shawnee) Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W Memorial, Drive, 9 p.m., 751-1547.

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

SPORTS Oklahoma State University vs Kansas, 7 p.m., Gallagher-Iba Arena,

Carter Beckworth, 8 p.m., Wormy Dog Saloon, 311 E Sheridan, 6016276.

202 Gallagher Hall (Stillwater)

Nurses, 8 p.m., Opolis Production

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

LLC, 113 N Crawford (Norman)

LIVE MUSIC Hefner Grill, 9201 E Lake Hefner

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

HAPPENINGS

Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler (Park Hill)

Istvan Art Gallery’s 17th Art Installation within Urban Art, Istvan

Gallery, 1218 N Western, 831-2874.

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For signature loan office. Monthly bonuses. 405-528-1031 Custodian Perform custodial duties to include grounds upkeep. Knowledge of cleaning methods and use of lawn equip. HS grad, 1 yr exp, and good physical cond. Start $10.50 hr w/fringe benf. Apply at or send resume to Community Action Agency, 319 SW 25th, OKC 73109 NLT Dec 16th. Fax 232-9074 EOE CUSTODIANS for a school FT and PT positions. Days and nights. $8.00 per hour. No felonies. Please leave a message. 405-209-0455 DRIVERS & HELPERS for moving company. Apply in person at 1131 Enterprise Ave., Unit 15A, OKC, OK, 445-7618. FT & PT Housekeeper Touchmark at Coffee Creek- upscale retirement community. Exp preferred – excellent working conditions. Great oppor for growth Apply at 2801 Shortgrass Road - Edmond or fax work history/ resume to 405-844-5941 or ljd@touchmark.com EOE GET PAID TO WAVE! Liberty Tax Service needs outgoing & energetic wavers. Base pay + bonus. Call for OKC 9473992, for MWC 670-4400

Lincare, leading National Respiratory Co. seeks Service Representative in the Norman location. Service patients in their home for oxygen and equipment needs. Age 21+. Must have CDL or ability to obtain one. Good customer communication skills and clean driving record. Competitive salary with great benefits. Drug free work place. EOE. Fax resumes to 405-307-9106. ‘‘¡ MANAGER ¡‘‘ Apt. complex, salary + apartment & benefits. Must have experience in managing and leasing. Exc. career opportunity. NW area. 495-6870 Need an interesting part time job? Can you count? Be part of our inventory team at WIS Intl. No exp req'd. paid training & travel. Must work varied schedule, mostly early mornings. EOE. Apply at: www.wisintl.com *NIGHT DISPATCHER* Regional motor carrier seeks full time night dispatcher. 5 nights. Light logistics tasks, trouble shooting for break downs, flats and emergencies. Heavy phone tasks. Prior exp. in trucking Industry a plus. Walk –in applications McCorkle Truck Line, Inc. 2132 SE 18th St. OKC 405 677 8349

WEBCOAT, INC.needs a

MANUFACTURING ENGINEER who has a willingness to work in an proactive work environment, with growth potential; Needs to be proficient in CAD software; Be skilled in use of PC based business applications; Can evaluate and solve production problems; Work independently to Develop and manage project schedules; Must know Lean Managment Experience. BS Degree in Engineering, Manufacturing, Mechanical or Structural. 2-4 years Salaried; Full Time; Benefits after 90 day probationary period;Direct Deposit;Paid Holidays; Paid Vacation, 401(K) Human Resources; Ms. Short, eshort@siibrands.com by mail P.O. Box3160, McAlester, OK 74502 or in person at 1801 College Ave, McAlester, OK

CNAs All Shifts Small nursing home Senior Village 1104 N. Madison Blanchard, OK. 485-3315

CMAs NEEDED. Now accepting applications Please apply in person at Meadowlakes Ret. Vlg. 963 SW 107th St. OKC CNA / CMA 2-10 or Doubles on Weekends LPN 6-2 & 2-10 on Weekends Apply in person-no calls Heritage Assisted Living 9025 NW Expressway Longterm care facility needing a CMA for double weekends. Apply at the Wolfe Living Center 18501 NE 63rd St. Harrah, 405-454-1400

LPN/RN Physician Office

LPN/RN needed to act as primary licensed professional for specialty physician. We’re looking for someone with (1) a good general fund of knowledge (2) who is very comfortable with computers (EMR experience a plus), (3) demonstrates good judgment, (4) isn’t afraid to ask questions and (5) has strong people skills. The successful candidate will be able to work within the established office protocols under physician supervision. Hours are M-F 8:00 to 4:30 with some overtime. Minimal call responsibilities (1/9 weekends).

Now Accepting New Donors Earn up to $80 this week while saving lives

Dental Hygienist T,W,Th 8 hrs/day. Family practice in NW OKC. 7-8 pts/day. email CV to timkirbydds@gmail.com

Talecris Plasma Resources 7103 South Western Avenue Oklahoma City 405-634-0220

FRONT DESK medical position MISYS exp. Exc customer service & detail oriented. M-F 8am-5pm. Exc benefits. Fax resume to 231-8884

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

Hygienist and Dental Assistant LPNs LPNs We are growing! Dental LPNs Depot has opportunities

OFFICE ASSISTANT NEEDED No experience necessary Apply at 425 SW 44th PET GROOMER 3+ yrs experience. Exceptional scissor skills required. call 636-4393 POSITIONS AVAILABLE needed for group home. Clean OSBI & MVR Reports. EOE. 949-2271

Teller Supervisor

F/T Position available with NBC Oklahoma Bank, 13401 N. Penn, OKC, 73120 Looking for a motivated, outgoing, friendly person. Min 1-3 years banking experience required. Contact Ruthie or Leigh-Anne @ 405-748-9100 or Fax 405-748-9191 EOE AA M F D V

Machine Parts Inspector Full-time. Email resume in Word format to dsitz@thrutubing.com

for: FT/PT RDH and FT/ PT Dental Assistant. Competitive pay and benefits! General Dentistry practice. Resume to hr@dentaldepot.net Fax 601-5453

M. A. needed for Norman doctor's office. Experience req'd. Medical Manager experience preferred. Please email resume to afoutch@okoa.org

MT OR MLT FT night position in Lab for MT or MLT See full description at purcellhospital.com OR CALL

405-527-2208

Physician Assistant Needed for Neurosurgery clinic. Must have surgery exp. Email CV to acham bers@okneurospine.com or fax 455-7074. ’’ CERTIFIED ’’ HOME HEALTH AIDES & 24 HR LIVE-IN CAREGIVERS Caring for Seniors IMMEDIATE OPENINGS PT/FT FLEXIBLE SHIFTS To Apply Call 577-1910

Visiting Angels

We offer amazing benefits, including: fully paid employee health, dental, life, and long-term disability insurance; 401K and profit sharing; vacation, sick and holiday pay. Fax resume to (405)702-1277.

Home Health Care Co. OKC; Shawnee; Tecumseh BENEFITS ¡ INSURANCE $21.50/hr. Fax resume to: 722-4397 OR 606-3031

NP

Needed immediately. for cardiology practice. Fax resume to 405-231-8884

Registered Nurse Practitioner

Registered Nurse Practitioner needed to assist in the management of patients with various types of wounds in the Long Term Care Area. Experience preferred but not required. Additional training to be provided, as needed. We offer a competitive salary and great benefits. Please send resume to: Amber Nowling Grace Living Centers 4350 Will Rogers Pkwy Suite 300 Oklahoma City, Ok. 73108 Or fax to (405) 943-4917 Or email to Amber.Nowling@gracelivingcenters.com


Assistant Electrical Engineer

Immediate opening, for industrial machinery controls. Must have degree & be motivated, willing to learn, and be able to think outside the box. Required experience: motor controls, VFD’s, ability to create/read electrical wiring schematics, computer literate. Minimum 2 years-Electrical service, maintenance, trouble shooting of industrial machinery. Preferred experience: 2-d AutoCAD drafting, plc, hmi, electrical design and/or panel layout/building”. Please e-mail resume to mbrown@reelomatic.com

Surgical Tech

Full time, Days. Ortho exp required. Neuro preferred. Send resume to 378-3991 or jobs@chcares.com

A real fit for HONEST PERSON TO WORK AT HOME W/ BENEFITS CO. APR. $700.00 WK PT/FT 877-672-9048 EVENING OFFICE CLEANING Five nights, 3 hours, downtown & NW OKC. ¡¡ Call 405-840-1889 ¡¡

NIGHT AUDITOR, FT/PT Apply in person or send resume to: Hampton Inn & Suites Bricktown 300 E. Sheridan Ave. Oklahoma City, OK 73104

‚ PROFESSIONAL SECURITY OFFICERS Needed immed. 3 Armed and 3 Unarmed. CLEET certified Only. Excellent work sites, competitive pay. Choice full & part time work available. Day, early eves & weekends. ‚ NIGHT DISPATCHER Requires light computer skills. Attn: David at 691-1116 Securitas Security is accepting applications for FT & PT Armed/Unarmed Security officers in the OKC area. We offer Great pay/benefits. Uniforms are provided. Apply online www.securitasjobs.com SelectOKC Branch EOE M/F/D/V

*LAW FIRM JOBS* *Legal Asst's/& Secys Litigation/Title & Mortgage exp. 528-2501» Fax 608-0217 soonerplace@coxinet.net

Work From Home For Local Charity Evening Hours. No selling, No experience. Mon-Fri. Must have home phone. Call 943-4530

Contract Therapists PT and FT Contract Therapists needed to provide home, school, and office based counseling. Competitive pay and benefits. Must be LPC, LMFT, LCSW, LADC or candidate. Please call 405.702.6677 F/T Drug and Alcohol Counselor needed F/T counselor needed for an outpatient substance abuse treatment center. CADC/LADC preferred or registered with OBLADC. Hours: M-F 5AM-1PM. Fax resume to 405-6164925 or email to Cassie@ oktreatment.com LICENSED DRUG & ALCOHOL COUNSELOR Full time salaried position in Northern OK including benefits. Must have at least 3 years verifiable work history. Primarily adult clients but may have some teens. LPC a plus. Send resume & salary requirements to: HRLADC@gmail.com SOCIAL WORKER 1-2 (CONDITIONAL) Oklahoma City County Health Dept. For more info go to www.occhd.org

Tax Preprarer

needed. Some experience necessary. Call 227-2008 for appt.

1N to 10A, E. of OKC, pay out dn. before 1st pmt. starts, many are M/H ready over 400 choices, lg trees, some with ponds, TERMS Milburn o/a 275-1695 paulmilburnacreages.com Call for Maps! See why we sell more acreages than anyone in Okla. E of OKC. o/a 275-1695

The Wichita & Affiliated Tribes are accepting applications for a

CHILD CARE DIRECTOR

for their Child Development Center Facility in Anadarko, Oklahoma. Qualifications: Bachelor Degree in Social Work, Sociology, Psychology or related field. Applicants must have a Directors Certification and possess excellent communication skills, strong work ethics, be computer literate and have a strong devotion to, and enthusiasm about, early childhood education. Applicant must possess a valid State of Oklahoma Driver's license; pass a drug test and a criminal background investigation in accordance with P.L. 101-630, section 408(a) & (b). Application/resume, along with a Director's Certification may be submitted to: Wichita and Affiliated Tribes, Attn: Tribal Administrator, P.O. Box 729, Anadarki, OK 73005 or Fax to 405-247-2430. Closing date is January 13, 2012 at 4:00 PM. Indian Preference Applies Zoning Analyst Full & part time zoning analysts are charged with finding zoning irregularities due diligence work. Internet, Word and Adobe skills are a must. Fax resume to 405-3408975 or e-mail dsmock@ bockandclark.com

Seeworth Academy

Has the following employment opportunity available: • Highly qualified ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TEACHER Call 405-475-6400 Fax: 405-475-8566 jobs@seeworthacademy.org www.seeworthacademy.org

Resident Manager 104 units in OKC. Experience necessary. Fax resume 405-735-5524

Ann's Chicken Fry House Evening Back Up Cook. $9 per hour. Apply 8:30-11am Tue-Sat @ 4106 NW 39th NO PHONE CALLS

Buffalo Wild Wings Now Hiring Experienced Managers Email resume to: bwwjosh@yahoo.com Sodexo at Oklahoma City University Is now hiring Experienced Positions: •Sous Chef •Culinary Supervisors •Grill Cooks •Prep Cooks • Deli Prep •Cashiers •Dishwashers We do complete background checks. Accepting Applications Jan 2-6 ,2012 from noon to 2 pm Apply in person in the Tom & Brenda McDaniel University Center - 2501 N. Blackwelder Ave. or fax resume to 405-208-5896

AUTO SALES

Full Time. Salary + Comm. No exp. nec. Will Train. Apply at 3333 N. May or at 431 SW 29th. Experienced Siding/ Window Reps Wanted. Pre-set Appointments. GREAT PAY 405-722-3639

INSIDE SALES ASSOCIATES

Hunzicker Lighting Gallery Exp. In sales with 2 to 5 yrs in residential or commercial lighting products. HS Grad or equiv. and or degree in Interior Design with an emphasis on lighting. Benefits include; Employee health & life Ins., 401(k),(PTO) paid time off. No phone calls. Resumes can be mailed to Attn: Stacey Loud Apply in person @ Hunzicker Lighting Gallery 501 NE 122nd OKC, OK 73114 EOE M/F/V/D SALESPERSON w/exper to call on OKC homebuilders for Drywall & Insulation. Only exper in drywall/insulation need call 474-2842 .

Experienced Outbound Home Improvement Telemarketer. GREAT PAY & BENEFITS Call Judy 405-722-3639

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

Framer Wanted Must have transportation. Experience preferred. Call 229-7476.

HDD Directional Driller Operator and Locator Experience on Ditch Witch or Vermeer Rigs. Familiar with Eclipse Locators. Class A CDL. Fax Resume to 405-329-3023 or email to Winsett@cox.net

Local trucking co. seeks experienced professional for following position:

Supervisor

Successful candidate will be responsible for mgmt of on-site shop & its staff performing maint on company & customer equip. Candidate must possess at least 5 yrs exp in shop maint with working knowledge of diesel mechanic skills, proven track record of successfully managing staff, good communication & problem solving skills are a necessity. We offer a comp salary & benefit pkg. Please send resume & salary requirements in confidence to trucking2day@yahoo.com Taking immediate applications for Oklahoma Licensed: ELECTRICAL FOREMEN, JOURNEYMEN & APPRENTICES. Contact Ashley @ 405-352-4226

Need A Change?

$5000 Bonus CDL A Team Drivers needed to haul ammo, explosives, and other high value freight. Come join the family environment. New trucks and a guaranteed $1000/wk base pay plan that takes the worries out of miles. 2 years exp and Hazmat required 1-800-835-9471

Oilfield Hot Shot Driver Must live local OKC & have 2 yrs exp. Class A CDL & clean MVR required. 405-343-0399.

HVAC/R TECH needed for AC/Commercial refrigeration. Journeymen License a MUST. Call 4 0 5 - 4 8 8 - 5 5 9 4

Owner/Operator to pull bulk & van trailers within 350 mile radius of OKC. Great Pay! Home most evenings. Off Sun. & most Sat. Call 800-234-3678.

Hvy Equipment Mechanic Good pay & Benefits. Clean driving record. Exp/drug test req'd. Contact Keith 745-2318

Journeyman Plumber Immediate opening for Journeyman Plumbers. Plumbers needed for service and for light commercial construction. Must have good driving record. 237-1414

Hot Shot Driver Must Have Class A CDL, Exp. w/Rigging & Tie Down, Familiar w/OKC Metro. Full benefits pkg. Resumes to shanna@ downtownglass.com or fax 405-235-1765

Needed Class A CDL Drivers and Class B CDL with air brakes, good MVR/drug test, concrete drivers, No Sundays! 405-692-5247 or email to srm2@soonerreadymix.com

HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATORS with experience needed. Call 405-462-7477 or 405-642-3275.

Journeyman HVAC Installer for established heating & air co. Good starting pay, plus up to $2500 sign-on bonus for the right individual. 5 yrs min. exp. in residential replacement. Comm'l & new construction installation exp. a plus. Must be dependable, have good driving record & verifiable work history. Drug test/background check required. Apply in person at: 3204 SW 59, Ste B, OKC, email resume with work history to: mainard@ mainardsanders.com

Hotshot Driver Must be dependable, have a Class A CDL with clean driving record, be able to pass a drug screen, and have good communication skills. Must live in OKC area. Shane @ 580-774-9670

A Class Drivers needed Casual, 1-4 days/wk for small trucking co. 3 yrs exp. Clean MVR. Retirees welcome. 405-787-8228 eoe **CDL – A DRIVERS** Pneumatic fleet working regional area. Assigned trucks. Sign on bonus. Benefits. McCorkle Truck Line, Inc. 2132 SE 18th St. OKC 800 727 2855 DRIVERS, CLASS A CDL Local runs, PM start times, Class A CDL with 2 years experience, 918-617-5554.

Responsible Class A or B CDL Driver needed to run vacuum tank truck. Pump truck experience helpful. Full time. Clean driving record required. Competitive starting pay and benefits. Apply in person 10AM-3PM, at 3131 S BYERS, OKC. Pick up and drop off application in box outside gate if closed. 405-427-6657.

Farms, Ranches For Sale, Okla. 308 HUNTING HUNTING 153A pasture/hunting+neat home site, on blacktop near Gracemont $198,900 160A Irrigation potential Tillman Co $1700/acre 73A Tillman Co hunting/ farm land $87,600 342A Kiowa Co river front hunting/farm land $350K 320A Wichita Mtn, remote & refuge like $480,000 850A good hunting/grazing, river frontage $795/ac Tumbleweed Terr. RE John McElroy 580-569-4213

Homes For Sale

309.9

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

UPDATED 3bd 2ba lrg cov patio $104,900 Marian Cleaton & Assoc 373-2494

BANK OWNED 3/1.5/2 brk new crpt, roof, tile, paint, appls, counters &cha $87.9k Realty Experts 414-8753

Bank Owned 3/2/2 2035sf + enclosed patio/sauna, corner lot, PC Sch $99.9k Realty Experts 414-8753 Updated 3/2/2, huge living & master, blt 81, PC Schls 1942sf, lots storage$139.9K Realty Experts 414-8753 ARBORS townhouse w/creekview 3bd 2ba $124,900 Marian Cleaton & Assoc 373-2494

Beautiful ''3bedroom'' new carpet, textured walls all the goodies looks brand new, priced to sell $85,900 -570-4291 OWNER FINANCING $2000 down No Credit Ck 1204 SW 56th 2-3/1 $56K 1041 SW 32 2/1 $45,000 2509 SW 39 3/1 $51,000 712 SW 28 4/1 $1000 dn ¡596-4599 ‘ 410-8840¡

Investment Property For Sale 19 residential rentals for sale, $66,300 income per year/$323,000 purchase price. Call 918-225-9340

Business Property For Rent PRIME RETAIL LOCATION I-35 frontage, showroom, ofcs, warehouse 10,800sf $5,000mo. 8801 S. I-35 Dale or Mike, 631-4447

Year End Sale! Save Thousands! Own Land ZERO down. Turn Key. New & Repo Homes. Top dollar for your trade! $2500 furniture allowance w/new home purchase. WAC 405-631-7600 3, 4, 5 Bedroom Repos avail! Huge savings. Zero down with your land WAC 405-631-7600 Trade your trailer. Push Pull or Drag. Guaranteed $5000 & UP! 405-631-3200 Top $$$ For Your Trade! Zero Down w/your Land. WAC 405-631-7600 Rent to Own: Nice 2&3bd MWC $350&up 390-9777 Rent to Own: Nice 2&3bd MWC $350&up 390-9777

SMALLBUSINESSLOCATION 1250 sq ft. S. 89th & I-35 $500mo. ph: 631-4447 Great retail space! 44 ft frontage, 5820 N May Ave, 2330 sf, 664-2100.

Office Space For Rent 7608 N Western Ave Retail/Office space, up to 2200sf avail, 370-1077 GREAT Office Space Various NW locations 300-6000sf 946-2516

Warehouse Space For Rent 6000sf Warehouse Ofcs 13919 N. Harvey Ave Oklahoma City, OK 73114

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COUNSELOR:

OKC substance abuse clinic seeks full-time Counselor. Early mornings, great pay, Benefits. Email resume: hr@missiontreatment.com

Pipe fitter needed. $14.00 Gerald's Welding, Chickasha, OK 405-222-5510

1 AC 3bd+office & media rm,storm shelt approx 3100' 1.1 AC 4bed 2.5bath approx 2400' $250,000 2.6 AC 4bd 3ba horse ready w/barn $199,000 5 AC w/stocked pond 3bd 1.5ba 2 liv $159,000 Marian Cleaton & Assoc 373-2494

REAL ESTATE FOR RENT

RN/LPN Full-time position evening/night shift. Great position for new nurses. Sign-on bonus! Apply at Westview Living Center in Guthrie or fax resume to 405-282-6531.

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»»»»»»»»»»»» A/C Heat & Air Person needed with contractor's Lic. Start immediately Call 562-0000

Cleaning Service Account Manager Responsible for day-today management of the Will Rogers World Airport cleaning operation and ensuring that the company is providing professional and quality service. Minimum three years experience in cleaning operations. Budgeting, expense control and scheduling experience. Strong followthrough and organizational skills. Ability to prioritize multiple projects and to adapt to changing priorities. Willingness and ability to work off hours. Email Resume To: resumes@flagshipinc.com

REAL ESTATE FOR SALE

RN/LPN Busy Oncology Practice has an immediate opening for an experienced full or part time RN/LPN. Oncology experience desired but not required. Prefer experience in a Clinic setting working closely with Physician. Margo Gonzales Phone (405)942-9200; Fax (405)942-9204 or email margo.gonzales@csok. org

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

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

Commercial RE Established Business For Sale The City of Alva, Ok is seeking individuals who are interested in purchasing the

Nice secluded, Furnished 3bd home near Wilburton. $600mo 918-465-3508

Homestead Retirement Center.

The Center is an independent living center containing a full service kitchen & dining facility. The Homestead has 50 apartments of various sizes. It is located near the Share Medical Center and Northwest Technology Center. It sits on 5.45 acres. The Center was built in 1997-98 and has approximately 52,000 s.f. of gross area with brick exterior, concrete parking, spacious yard and open foyer. For additional information contact Steven Brown, City Business Manager at 580-327-1340 or manager@alvaok.org Excellent Opportunity!!! for someone who wants to own & operate their own country cafe. Near Norman, Noble & Lake Thunderbird. Call 405226-2015, Co.

$99 Move In Special 1 & 2bds, carports, coin lndry $345-445 470-3535

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

»» ALL BILLS PAID»» 310 S Lahoma nice, clean, 1bd efficiency $350 Fidelity410-4300, 692-1661

$99 MOVE IN + DEP 1, 2, 3BD, Newly renovated! S8 OK Call today 475-9984

$100 Off

36year old AC/Heating Co. Okla town of 30,000 Gross $1.2-$1.5 million. Net $250-$300K. Bldg, 5 trucks & tools included. $700,000. 405-481-0937

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

COIN LAUNDRY NW OKC laundry in leased location. $40,000 405-761-6795

3037 North Rockwell

CAVE CREEK ON ROCKWELL

495-2000


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

WILLIAMSBURG Condominiums, 7301 NW 23rd Townhouses 787-1620 For Rent 441

2, 3 & 4 bedrooms Isola Bella Gated community, Fitness center, indoor pool, dogpark, Putnam City Schools, granite countertops, Cherrywood cabinets, full size connections available in some homes. No pet weight limit. 405-721-2191

Copper Chase TH/Condo 3/3/2, private patio, pool, tennis ct. No dep. req. $1500/mo. 623-1443 Quiet NW Townhome, 1 bed + study, 1K bath, $550 mo ‘ 748-3868

$99 Special

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

Valencia Apts 2221 N. Meridian

946-6548

»» ALL BILLS PAID »» Pre-Winter Special $189 1st Mo 293-3693 DREXEL ON THE PARK Furnished/Unfurnished Bills Paid » Wkly/Monthly Wes Chase Apts, Elk Horn Apts, Hillcrest 370-1077

2411 NW 12th 1bd 1ba 1car wood floors, inside utility, 1000sf, $575mo, $275dp 409-7989 no sec8 Lux 1800sf, 3Bd 2Ba 2Car liv, hdwood, alarm, $1050, 745-2700/371-3020. Large 1bed, new paint & carpet, $415 + gas/electric 2607 N Dewey 232-9101

Clean & Quiet, 2 bd, 1 ba, downstairs, $600 month, $300 deposit, 370-0278. MAYFAIR Great location! 1/2 bd W/D hdwd flr quiet secure ngbrhood ¡947-5665

Duplexes, 3 bed, 2 bath, 2 car, some new, some gated, call Rick, 405-830-3789.

All bills paid, cable included. $425/mo. SW OKC area. Call 634-7219

$99 SPECIAL Lg 1bdr, stove, refrig., clean, walk to shops. $345 mo. 632-9849

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

3 bd, 1K ba, 2c, fncd yard, fireplace, $675 mo + dep, 10022 Isaac Dr, 412-7013 4 bd, 1K ba, ch&a, new remodel, $750, Sec 8, 354-7413/642-3847

2319 NW 10, Nice 2 bed $500 • 732-3411

510 SE 18th 2bd 1ba ch&a appls, $525+dep. refs reqd. Avail Feb 1 ¡ 627-5966

951 NW 2nd nice 3bd brick home, 1car garage, fresh paint, clean, $750 Fidelity410-4300, 692-1661

522 SE 48th, 3 bed, 2 bath, CH&A, washer/dryer hookup w/ appliances, 405-501-6570

3bd 1.5ba fncd back yard appls. optional. ready Jan 1. Sec 8 ok. $650mo $600dep 550-7281 1020 Clover Ln 1200sf 3bed 2ba $700 mo, $500 dep 409-7989 no sec 8 2016 HARDIN AVE 4bd 1ba ch&a $725mo $500dep no sec 8 812-4299

7012 Spinnaker 3/2/2 $1295 2933 NW 70 3/2 $895 6717 NW 131 3/2/2 $1195 7616 NW 27 3/1.5/2 $1095 Express Realty 844-6101 www.expressrealtyok.com

3bd, 1.5ba, new appls, $850/month. NO PETS 7412 NW 27th. 205-2067

San-Tee Apts, 1 bd $325 a month 685-2909

5907K NW 40th 1bd 1ba fncd yard, $435mo $400 dep . 921-6981

3315 1/2 SW 28th 2bd apt upstairs, all bills pd $575/mo 408-5836

Spacious 3bd, 1 liv, 2BA, 2 gar. Lg fnc yd. Frplce. $1375. 760-3550

San-Tee Apts, Sm eff. $275 a month 685-2909

House for Rent 6302 NW 33 -3 Bed 1 1/2 Bath $700+Dep 787-1624

MH 1 BR., 29th & Choctaw. $390 + $200 dep. 390-2471 651-1165

Houses All Areas- Free List 4 bed from $595-1295 3 bed from $495-995 2 bed from $395-795 605-5477 2545 SW 59th 3232 Brushcreek, in Quail Creek on the golf course, 3 bed, 2.5 bath, 2 car, 1 FP, $2275 mo, $2000 dep. ¡ 831-0825

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

Male has 1 bedrm with house privileges, cable & util incl, $350, 234-2228.

3004 Neighbors Ln extra nice 2bd brick home with 1 car garage, ch/a, clean, only $650. Fidelity Real Estate 410-4300, 692-1661 Houses All Areas- Free List 4 bed from $595-1295 3 bed from $495-995 2 bed from $395-795 605-5477 2545 SW 59th

600 E. Elder Lane 4bd, 2ba, CH&A, new carpet & paint, No Smoking $1,150/mo + $1,000dep 405-262-0179

VILLAGE, 2117 Erin Pl, 3/2/0, ch&a, remodeled, appt only, $750, 843-5853

9417 N. McKinley, 2bd, 1bath, w/garage, $550/mo 408-5836

1016 Willowbrook 3bd 1.5 baths w/den $675/mo 408-5836!

2bd 1ba 4001 NW Liberty ch&a, wd hu. $685mo $500dep 831-0825

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

$305-360furnished efficiency 2820 S Robinson 232-1549

Houses All Areas- Free List 4 bed from $595-1295 3 bed from $495-995 2 bed from $395-795 605-5477 2545 SW 59th

Houses for rent

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

The Gardens SW 74th. 2 bed, 2 bath $580; 1 bed $420; No Pets; 681-9722.

3/2/1 brk, kit appls. 1 yr lease. avail now $750+ deps 454-2314/664-3751

New paint, 2/2/1, W/D. 8410 Wakefield Ave Moore Sch, $600/mo 834-6328

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

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Trails South 3bed, 2ba, 2 Car 1550 $1150 610-733-5759

3 bed $400mo + $200dep, 1520 NW 10th; Others; no sec 8; 639-0556.

Near Tinker, 3 bed, 1K bath, 1 car, new carpet, paint & tile, ch&a, $700 mo, $500 dep, 517-4400. 6208 Joe's Dr., 3 bd, 1 bath, $450/mo 408-5836

3bd, 2ba, 2car, fncd yard, Mustang Schools, $875/mo + dep. 405-210-6721

Briargate 1718 N Indiana 1bd, 1ba $525, $250 dep, 800 sf, all elect 409-7989 Plaza Apts 1740 NW 17 1bd 1ba 750sf $500mo $250dp 409-7989 no sec8

Large 4 bed off Santa Fe, gated, comm pool/rec center $1600/mo 440-2095

»» SECTION 8 OK»» 712 NW 88th, ch&a, $795 per mo, 942-3552

1119 Park Manor 3bed, 2K ba, 2car, wood floors, office, $1650mo $1500dp TMS Prop 348-0720

Houses All Areas- Free List 4 bed from $595-1295 3 bed from $495-995 2 bed from $395-795 605-5477 2545 SW 59th 325 SW 92nd Extra sharp spacious 2bd patio home w/2ba 2car garage, ch/a, fp only $850 Fidelity RE 410-4300, 692-1661 2504 SW 32, 3 bd, 1.5 bath, $575 /mo 408-5836 !!!MOVE IN SPECIAL!!!

Consignment Equipment Auction, Sat, Jan 7th at 10:00 AM Earlsboro, OK Directions: On I-40, 5 miles east of Shawnee to Earlsboro exit 192, SW corner. This is only a partial listing. Expecting 30 + tractors, 50 trailers, vehicles, construction and farm equipment. JD 4020 w/loader, David Brown 885G, Allis D14 w/narrow front, Satoh Beaver, McCormack GX45 w/loader 4x4, Kubota M9000, MF253 w/loader, JD 3020 w/loader, JD 4020 w/dozer blade, IH 784 w/canopy, ‘86 CMC 26’ steel end dump, 4-16’ implement trailers, JD HP X Gator 4X4, Vicon 247 8’ disc mower, 2x6x36 & 2x6x24 trusses, 20 4x5 net wrapped round bales. Accepting consignments. For more info visit our website at www.rosenfeltauctions.com or call (405)364-9277. Rosenfelt Auctions.

Couple seeking roommate to share house, smoking okay, $400 mo utilities included, 326-9114

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

Sheet Metal, 3'x10', $18, Mon-Sat. 405-390-2077. Special on Trim!

Antiques, Art, Collectibles 501 Rest equip-100s -chairs, tables, refrig, grills, fryers, hoods. 417-5310.

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

611 SW 32 nice spacious 2bd home with carport clean, fenced only $450. Fidelity410-4300, 692-1661 1020 SW 58th-2bd duplx new carpet + paint, appls no: pets, smoking $595mo owner 405-642-4116 2501 SW Murray Dr, (corner SW 46th & Villa), nice 2 bed, 1 car, $495 + dep, 685-6817, Co. 1160 SW 77th Ter nice 2bed brick home 2 bath 1car ch/a $650 Fidelity 410-4300, 692-1661 121 SW 39th, 2 bed, 1 ba Garage, $385/mo 408-5836 2/1/1, ch/a, fenced, new tile & cabinets, hardwood floors, $545, 550-5128.

Updated Executive home. Granite & travertine 3b 2+b 2liv 2din 2car Greens NW 122nd $1450 830-3399

3600 SW 36th, 2bd, appl, Section 8 ok, $450 + $400 dep. 685-8240

K Off Special 924 NW 109th 3bd 2ba 2car 1300sf $850mo $800 dep, no Sec 8 409-7989

2924 SW 51st, 3 bed, 1 bath, ch&a, no pets, no sec 8, $475, 631-2383.

2139 NW 14th 3bd 2ba, garage, 1300sf, $850 mo, $600dp 409-7989 no sec8

2 bedroom $450mo $250dep. 631-8039

JD 6200 90hp w/canopy & JD 620 self leveling loader $18,500 406-0076

3 Buildings Full - Good Used Office Furniture. 510 W. Reno 236-3166 ” Seasoned Firewood ” delivered & neatly stacked FREE kindling. $100/rick K rick $60 ” 788-2398 The Firewood King $100/rick, delivered & stacked, OKC metro area, 405-818-7853 Best Wood in Town! Seasoned, Split, Immed Deliv $100/rick 519-0341

Mixed, split firewood, quick delivery, $90/rick $170/cord 405-823-8105

Bassett: Dining table, 6 chairs, China cabinet $1000; coffee table, 2 end drum table $500; Desk 9 drawers chair $500; Prestige: couch rocker ottoman $1000. 405-623-8796 Ashley sofa, chair, ottoman & 3 wood & glass tbls w/metal legs & claw feet $550; Glass top din. tbl w/4 chrs, metal legs & claw feet $300. 405863-7598 Twin sz loft bed w/desk $225; 5 drawer dresser $40; 4 drawer desk $40; blk lounge rocking chair $20; Blk lthr look couch $170. »»» 476-5749 Bedroom set. 3 pc. solid cherry Other furniture too in Stillwater. $2000. Call Paul at 405-564-0287 Couch & loveseat, queen & twin bedroom sets, dining set, Queen & king mattress & box springs $100-$275. 405-397-1801 WILL BUY 1 PIECE OR HOUSEFULL!! CALL TODAY 236-3811

FREE DELIVERY OKC! Washer $125 Dryer $125 Refrigerators $175 Warranty & Free Del. Call 405-210-2230. Whirlpool Duet Sport washer & dryer, 3 years old, $500 for both, 2 year warranty left, 517-9399. Daryl's Appliance: W&D $75 & up, limited supply! 5yr warr. Refr/Stoves $125 & up, 1yr warr 405-632-8954 Kenmore: washer & gas dryer $350. »» 405-623-8796»» W or D $65 up, sets $150 up, stove/fridge $125 up, 3436 SW 29th 549-7004 BlowoutSale!All app xtra clean 1yr wnty 732-8503 stevensappliances.com Washer & Dryer, Extra Large Cap., Exc Cond. $225 »»» 248-4070

OILFIELD CASING 1 1/4" 4,760 feet of J55&N80 reg thread $1.75 per foot, Also, 600 feet of 4 1/2 casing for sale. (negotiable) Per Foot 405-226-0999 if no answer send text.

2002 NH TC 45hp, 4wd tracter w/ loader, hydro trans, 1,784 hours, good condition.

Central New Holland OKC 495-6151 Edmond 341-7829 800-256-1638

Martin L. SVD28 guitar $2,400; Rigel R-10 mandolin $2,000; Gibson 1966 B25 $1,000; guitar carpentry tools $1,000. 405-207-6334

JD4850 FW assist 15spd powershift, excel, super nice, $42,500. 406-0076

SEAS. FIREWOOD: Oak & Hickory, $120/rick, del. & stacked. 405-258-3513

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

Telephone Booth, solid oak, approx. 1940's era, exc. cond., equipped with multi-slot payphone, lights & fan all work properly, $1765. 405-341-8425

JD 8440 Tractor, $18,500 exc cond.; 10' disk mower $3000; 855 NH Baler $2000; 580-759-2568

(2) ricks of seasoned oak firewood, quick delivery $100/rick.405-641-2519 New: Baby bed, mattress & accessories $500. 405-623-8796

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2bd $575 Casady751-8088

3/2/2, 1400sf mol, ch/a, 308 Cherryvale Rd $950 mo, $950 dep 370-1077

6509 Dulane Cir., 3bd, 2bath, fireplace, double gar, $975/mo 408-5836

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5x8, 5x10, 6x12, w/gates; like new 16 foot tandem; $650-$1050 Cash 670-1850 18' Dovetail car hauler, new floor, $1800 405-826-4200

Oak dining table with butterfly leaf & 4 chairs, $250 obo, 590-9685.

Cats 2 female cats free to good home both spayed and 6 months old. Can be taken seperate or together. 1 black and white 1 grey tabby. free 4052022221 CH. FEMALE BIRMAN mature fem, spayed. Free to good home, inside only 405-390-8092 Tabbies, LH & SH, Calico, Dilute Torti, Manx, Lilac Point. Tested, S/N, shots. $40 ’ 722-9622.

1 Charolais cow-calf pair $1500; 1 Charolais cow, 7mo bred $1250; 1 black, white faced bull 3yrs $1400. 405-641-4856

120 Top quality young black cows. Pairs & heavy breds. Delivery avail. 580-924-4324

AIREDALE PUPPIES, AKC, 9 WKS, POP, $200 (580)233-4835/977-9782 Automotive lifts 2 & 4 posts new-used $1500$3000 Steven 818-7860

89 JD 1050 34HP box blade, angle blade 6' brush hog, roto tiller 16' trailer, boom pole bale spike all for $8950 »» 794-8289

InfraRed Tube Heaters, NG/LP, $1000-$3000, Steve, 405-823-2917

Case 450B Dozer New rails, sprockets, front idler assembly. Good Condition. $12,000 (405) 944-5774

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

Basset Pups, AKC, all colors $250. Will Text Pics! 580-330-0304 or 580-588-3853 BICHON FRISE adorable snowballs, 2 AKC M, $250. 5 non reg, $225. 405-214-7857 Bird DogsFour Well Trained Selling because of health problems. $500. each 405-919-6929 Border Collie Pups, 8wks, red & white, s/w, $75, 519-1217 BOXER ACA reg. 8wks T/DC/S/W, microchipped, Vet chk'd. Will meet $300 405-612-5008 Boxers, German, White AKC, 2F, 4wks, Avail. mid Jan. $400obo. 580-713-2297

Alaskan Malamute, F, very loving family pet, $250. 405-514-0047 American Bulldog puppies 5. shots current 6wks $75. 580-977-9241 Aussie/Blue Heeler Pups 6 wks old, $50-$100ea ’ 405-627-1480 ’ Australian Shepherd Pups, Mini, 5F, 1M. Can look at Jenny's puppies at: tonkasaustralianshepherds. com. Tim 405-574-4915

Chihuahuas, T cup, 1M, 1F, blonde & fawn, wrmd,PB, shots, $250ea. 306-1923 Chihuahuas, 7 wks EXTRA TINY TEACUPS $250 Cash ¡ 519-8584 Chinese Pugs, S/W/Micro chipped $200-$250 Great Pets ¡ 405-503-2272 Cocker Spaniel Puppies Vet checked and up to date on shots. See pics at indiancreek oklahoma.com. $200. 580-548-6897 CORGI MIX Very energetic, 4 mo, free to good home. Fenced yard a must. 405-625-5555 Corgis, Reg, 3M Pups, 9 weeks old, S/W, $350, with papers, $250 without papers, (405) 356-0093/919-0050 Dachshund Mini AKC 2 M. Red or choc piebald. 7 wks,S/W $275 (580)455-2487 DACHSHUND MINI LONG HAIRED CKC, 6 wks M very sweet $200 810-1306

Brussels Griffon puppies, rough coat, 2M, 2F, ACA registered, s/w, $300, 580-541-7587. Bull Terriers, AKC, 2 nice built males, $1000 or trade for old cars & guns. 405-248-4215

Dalmatians, AKC, 7 wks, hearing tested, microchipped, s/w, POP, $450$550, 918-839-9753.

Cavalier King Charles Spaniels AKC 9 wks D W S 2males 1 tri-colored 1 Blenheim. Ch Bloodlines. $700. 405-517-2249

DUTCH SHEPHERDS FREE...... 405-282-5445 or 405-714-1939

Chihuahua, LH F, chocolate merle w/white markings, 14 wks, s/w/dc, will be toy size, sweet disposition, $400, 239-9013. Chihuahua Puppies, 12wks, 1M $150; 2F $250ea ’ 381-3740 Chihuahuas Tiny T-cups Many colors to choose from. Will be tiny adults. Reg. $250 cash. 405/613-8637 or 808-3520 Chihuahuas, ACA & Mixes $250-$350 okcpoms.com OK#02 405-609-9241

(20) 3-5yr Angus cows calvng early spring to Angus bulls been pregged642-6156 Handicapped scooter $400; Electric wheelchair $400; Lift scooter/ wheelchair inside vehicle $275 »»» 488-7017

Australian Shepherd Puppies ASCA $250 (580) 581-7523

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

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Walford Apts-Midtown518 NW 12 large 1bd 1ba 1100sf $850mo $600dep washer/dryer hookup. Studio 600sf $650mo $400 dep. Basement efficiency $400mo $200dp 409-7989

926 SW 35th Street Moore, OK 3 Bed, 2 Bath, Newly Remodeled Duplex! All Appliances Included! 2 Car Garage, Fenced in Back Yard. $1100 per month, (less with long term lease) plus $500 initial deposit. Pets under 20 lbs Welcome With Additional Deposit. 405-2749503 or 405-274-6299.

2+Acres-Horses 3 Bed+Office,2Ba,CH/A, Edmond Schools Available 1/1/12 740- 6723

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English Bulldog Puppies, AKC, 3F, 8 wks ’ $1,500 (918)407-5220/407-5221 stubbornbullies.com English Bulldogs Champion Pedigree, AKC, English Bulldogs, 1F, 1M 17 wks, vet ckd. www.youngs englishbullies.com $850-$1000 580-504-0023/ 580-276-7124 ENGLISH BULLDOGS a few left!!akc champ bldlines 9wks will consider trades for atv/ tools/guns.call/text for pics/videos. $1000 lets deal. 405-831-3252


French Bulldogs French Bulldog puppies two females, two males. 6 weeks old ACA registered $650. Call 405-470-2760 or cell 405-815-9524 FRENCH BULLDOG PUP creme pied Xtra cute! small type » » $750 (580)677-1449/263-0379

German Shepherd Pups AKC, 6 wks, 3M 3F, POP, vet checked, $550, 405-433-2438

Pom puppies, 2F 1M, red, sable, & white, 6wks, 1st shots, wormed, paper training, $325. 405-2490505 or 405-905-1351

Lab AKC Yellow Puppies 6 weeks old with hunting bloodlines. Large block heads. S/W/D. 6M$250, 2F-$300 Call/text 580-530-0878 or 580-530-0879 LAB MIX - Blk/wht, very gentle, fem, free to good home! 405-326-7954 Labradoodles 2M, 2F. Ready 2/14. www.tiny.cc/edmond $800 - Msgs @ 283-2579 LABS, AKC, 5wks m&f white, $600. Labs AKC 4 weeks, m&f black $300 405-760-6638 www.soonerlabs.com

Maltipoo-ADORABLE! ITTY BITTY! $450, Visa/MC, 405-826-4557 Mastiffs Neo/Cane Corso 3M 2F blues & blue brindles $500 921-0145 Min Pin 1 year old male part min pin. Has been neutered and has all shots. $75 OBO (405)887-3763 Min Pin mix, male, free to good home, 405-9196187, Shawnee. MORKIES, YORKIES & CHIWEENIES. Very Tiny. Potty Trained. $50-$450. 580-977-9241 Morkies-Adorable S/W, 8-10wks, $150$300. 361-5317/887-0632

LABS ¡ AKC ¡ FOX RED Blocky heads, English bloodlines, s/w, sired by Kelleygreens Okie Kingfish. Garanteed, 8wks $600 405-694-5420 MAL-SHIH, ABSOLUTELY ADORABLE FUR BALL! $395 Visa/MC 826-4557

GOLDENDOODLE PUPPIES available 1-15-12 www.kwhitaker.net 479-675-6681

MALTESE, ACA, M&F Puppies, pre-spoiled, s/w Guar., Exc. Qual., #00165 $300-$600¡580-337-6910

Havanese, AKC REG. 2 males left, $250, cash only, 580-309-4427.

Maltese, AKC Puppies, 2 Males, 3 lbs, 6 wks old, $550-$650 405-973-5421

Havanese, AKC, puppies M&F very small. brown & white, $400 ea, 324-1201

Maltese, Teacup, Reg, M & F, 4lbs grown, $450-$500. 580-977-9241

Pekignese Puppy ACA Male Pekignese Puppy, 13 weeks $300. 918-623-6748 PIT BULL Blue pups, ADBA reg., 7 wks old, $300. 405-887-0013 www.leslegime.com Pit Bull Male 5 years, neutered, shots, friendly $30. 722-9384 326-2793 Pit Bull Razorsedge/Gotti, California bred, 1st pick male 6mths old & (3) 2 wk old pups, $1500. 388-0650 PIT BULLS ADBA 5wks, 2m, 7f, $400ea » 405-238-4308 » valleybullies.webs.com

Yorki-Poo-ADORABLE! ITTY BITTY! $450 Visa/MC 405-826-4557

Pom Puppies, AKC, 6wks 1st shots, 2M, 2F, $200 cash, 405-826-0459 .

YORKIE, ACA, M&F Puppies, pre-spoiled, s/w, Guar., Exc. Qual., #00165 $200-$600¡580-337-6910

POMS tiny tny teacups 12-16oz. ACA. M & F 8 wks Parti $400 250-8269

Yorkie, AKC, 2M, 1F, 6wks, doctor checked, $200-$300. 405-399-3843

Poodle, Teacup, apricot F, Reg, house trained, $350. 580-977-9241 POODLE AKC STD PUPS Born 12/7. Creams/Blks m-f $500. 620/382-7253 Poodles, AKC, T-cup, Tiny Toy & Toy, pups & adults, $200-$1500, Lic.#1, 275-6527

Puggle- 10wks, Adorable S/W, $100. ’’’ 361-5317’’’ Rhodesian RidgeBack/ Shepherd Mix. Free Puppies to Good Home. 405-200-9834 Rottweilers, AKC, German 12weeks old, s/w/dc/t, POP, 3Fml left! $450ea, 405-921-8674, 503-1707 Rottweilers, AKC, German bldln, 6wks, 3F, s/w/t/dc, POP, vet ck'd $400ea. 405-513-1750 Rottweiler Puppies 9 wk, 2F, s/t/dc $300 (405) 850-9426

Schnauzer, Mini, AKC 59mos M s/w/e/t m.chipd, $100-$150 405-503-2272 SCHNAUZERS MINI AKC /CKC $100-$450 OK#02 okcpoms.com 405-609-9241

350 ADORABLE PETS AT FREE TO LIVE NEAR EDMOND. ALL DOGS & CATS Shts & neut $60. 282-8617 www.freetoliveok.org

Small square bales of Alfalfa, $15 per bale; 4x4x8 #1 Brome hay, $185 per bale; 4X4X8 #1 Alfalfa hay, $330 per ton; 3X3X4 Cow Alfalfa hay, $125 per bale; 4X5 round bales Bermuda grass, $195 per bale, semi load only; 405-448-1008 or 226-1505.

SHI/POO 1M 1F $150-$200 »» 371-2399 »»»

SHIH TZU, CKC, S/W, 7 wks, indoor raised, pad trained, $250-$300, 831-5338 or 785-2754. ShihTzu AKC pups s/w microchipped great pets $250-$300¡405-503-2272 Shih Tzu O , Chihuahua N 8wks, small puppies 2F $250 2M $200, cash only. s/w, POP 405-321-4008 Shih Tzu Puppies 2M/1F, ACA reg, 8 wks, 1st shots, wormed, vet chk'd $300 405-219-9508

FOUND- Fluffy white female dog. on 25th & Land. 405-948-6073 1999 80'x16' Summerset twin merc 5.0, 90hrs, 3br, 2ba, 2 showers, fully furnished, stern thruster, like new, 1 owner $159,000 Contact Burk Collins, 817-268-5489, cell 817-307-1109

I BUY BOATS Cell 580-595-1386

Bowflex Sport Home Gym, exc cond, like new, $400 obo, 590-9685.

Discus fish for sale: 6" + white discus $120; white, white with some red, blue and red, 3" + $45, 4" + $55; please contact Wade at 405-306-1979

Lab Puppies - Full blood Dad is AKC. Great bloodline. 3Blnd, 3Choc., 2Blk. $200 405-414-6433

Mini Rex black & white, chocolate $10-$30 each, socialized. 794-6836 BABY BUNNIES FRENCH LOPPS $40. Others $20 » 823-7848

Pit Bull F, near 63rd and Broadway Extension, mskitty56@cox.net Lrg black Poodle? Near SE 15 & Czech Hall Rd. Call to ID 615-7755 Beagle found in vicinity of Bryant & Memorial. Call to id 405-478-2265.

REWARD! White, female, Pug, near Deer Run Addn between Sara Rd & Route 66. No collar. Family misses dearly. 209-5494 M Cat 7mo old Dec 20 at TAFB Vet ''Precious'' blue gray w/some white on feet/legs. Reward. 672-5219 593-9407 Large gray & white M cat very friendly, has microchip, 843-1610.

Buckskin horse 108th & Banner Rd, Lexington 405-872-8372 831-2906 FOUND- Male Pit Bull, red. Found on Broadway & Britton 405-478-5869

6 months old bird dogs, Honky Tonk attitude on topside, Crow's Little Joe on bottom side, $100 (405)485-8037/740-4016 WE BUY GUNS Mustang Pawn & Gun Over 1,000 New/Used Guns Tue-Sat 9-6 376-GUNS AKC German SH, F/M, 2-3 yrs, whoa broke, pts back, ret. quail, phsnts & ducks, $1000 each 550-8324 ‘ BOB WHITE QUAIL ‘ Flight Condition, $4, ‘‘ 405-816-5561 ‘‘

Sparkling clean!! $60 »» 473-0303 »»

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

Four well trained bird dogs Selling because of health problems. $500. each Bud Hill 405-919-6929

Sunshine Cleaning Service ins/bond 793-1630, 625-3930

Tearouts/Repours Drives Patios, Etc., Bonded, Lic., Free Est., 794-8505.

Big Sale! Big Savings! large selection of gas and electirc carts, 872-5671.

Remington Mod. 4, 270 cal. semi auto w/scope $450; Rossi 357/38 Mod. 461, 2" blue $325; Rueger P345 45ACP stainless, 2 boxes ammo $475; Smith & Wesson 1000, 20ga semi auto, vent rib modified $450; Indian Archery compound bow w/access. $125. 580234-7699/580-402-0240

DIRT & GRIME? Don't Have The Time? Call A Fresh Start @ 326-4332

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

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

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

Tax Preparation Business for sale, approx $50K income, 227-2008.

Elderly Services Eve or overnite Elderly care. Daytime House cleaning or PetSetting Experienced! 694-1737

Mineral interest in NW of Sec. 30-25N-11W Alfalfa Co. OK for sale. Located in very active exploration area. 580-747-2003 Buying oil & gas properties, any status, pay top $$$ 800-880-8004, 405-740-9000

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Found-F Cattle dog mix, Midwest City/ Fairfax apt's. 405-596-4602

OK’s largest sel. of used Golf cars 800-276-0571

Schnauzers, 12 weeks 2 MALES. Very cute! $150 ’ 580-542-4404 SHELTIE, AKC Reg. 7 puppies, 5wks, 2F, 5M, sa/w, blk/w, tri, 1st s/w, POP, $275-$300. Davenport 405-258-6484

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$149 Other services 474-2375

YORKIES, AKC, F&M, TINY, $600, www. heartlandpuppiesok.com 580-660-0120, Will Meet

Sm sq bales, crabgrass mix, stored outside, north of metro. $3/bale 405-550-9177

SCHNAUZER, AKC, TOY SZ, E/S/W; 8 WKS, $400; 7 MOS, NEUT, $250, 348-9612

Large dog found in 900 block of S Portland. Call to id 405-794-2180 lv msg

YORKIE PUPPY, AKC, 1M, shts, wrmed, doggy dr trained $375, 641-2662

POODLES, AKC, TOYS wht 9wks Beautiful s/w $200$250 485-2869 or 388-8500

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Chihuahua, found southside. Owner identify. 634-7551

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German Jagdterrier Pups, Attn: Hog Hunters! 3F, SW $300. 580-302-1231

Maltese pups and adults, M&F, champion sired, $500, 392-4717.

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HEELER Male Thornberry Lane on Dec 29th call to ID 494-7332

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English Bulldogs, AKC Pups, 1F, 5M, all colors, $1000-$1300, 550-0886

Lab, AKC, black, 3F, 17wks, English style, $650ea. 405-368-7211

Wolf 9/16 Germ Shep 3/8 Husky 1/16 4M 5F, winged & wormed, POP $200 firm. 405-368-7091

Appliance Repairs ‘ APPLIANCE REPAIR ‘ Since 1982 405-834-5517

Siberian Husky pups, several colors, blue eyes, $500 cash, 405-514-0047

BOB WHITE QUAIL $4.00ea COFFEY BROTHERS 405-293-2933

Carport, Patio, Awning

Toy Fox Terrier & Toy Poodle puppies AKC 6mos, $250-$500 732-1873

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

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

HOME IMPROVE. REPAIRS. REMODEL. ROOFING. FREE ESTIMATES. 410-2495 Mr. Fixit Handyman Service. We do it all for less. Free est. Bond. Ins. Visa/MC 603-6104 Retired Contractor Repairs, remodels, paints, 25 yr exp, free est 314-3621

RESIDNTIAL HAULING & CLEANING, 630-5484.

Heating, Furnace Service

Free Estimates heat/ac, plmbg, & elec, Lic.#47369 405-SERVICE

$60 Furnace Tune Up $39 Svc Call, low prices! lic#132660 405-532-0627 AIRE-MEN #76029, $49 svc & tune-up, 203-9713

Free Estimates Elec, ac/heat, & plmbg Lic.#47369 405-SERVICE Rose Electric LLC Service calls #87915 405-703-4556

REPAIR & NEW FENCES 36 yrs experience, 631-1925

‘ BOB WHITE QUAIL ‘ Flight Condition, $4, ‘‘ 405-816-5561 ‘‘

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

Bill's Painting & Home Repairs. Winter Specials Free Estimates 735-8982

PRESTIGE FENCE CO. New & Repairs. Free Quotes. 10% off December. 317-0474.

Sib.Husky & hybrid pups, $50-$75 discount. $500$700 866-957-5572 lv msg debbiesdreamsiberians.com

Handywork/ Christmas Lights 935

Sr companion care, light housekeeping & errands w/no pets. 664-7552

SERVICE DIRECTORY

ENGLISH BULLDOG AKC 1 M, 1 F $1,300. 405-464-0153 405-464-0767

PIT PUPS, 2F, 8 wks, s/w, $75 each, Cashion, (405) 401-2247, 401-4647

REC REATION TAKE NOTE

English Bulldog Puppies, ch. sired, 2M, 3F S/W, vet chkd, $1500, 361-3529, k-sandsbulldogs.com

MALTESE full blood, POP, $250 cash, Okla City area. 405-672-5411

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English Bulldog puppies Champion bloodline bred 3m 3f $1500-$2000 each 405-820-0973

Lab, AKC, all ylw, hlth guar 405-260-0766 $600 580-478-3966 N40K.com

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ENGLISH BULLDOG, AKC 7-12 mos $1000-$1500 Also Ch. Stud Service, 405-550-4339 www.cedarlanebulldogs.com

All Types of kiln dried Hardwood Flooring & Lumber 580-931-6125

Ceiling 2 Floorz ‚ Roofing & Remodeling ‚ All types of flooring Insured, 412-0924 DRYWALL REPAIR+ MORE » 408-7513 »

Roofing¡Painting ¡ Free Est ¡ 812-1608 ¡

All Professional Tree Service. All Major Credit Cards. Sr. Disc. 50 mile radius 924-1430/885-2572

Garage Doors & Openers Sales & Service 794-1718

» GENE’S TREE SERVICE» Insured-Free Est. 682-2100.

Garage Doors & Openers Sales & Service 794-1718

L & R Tree Serv, Low Prices, Insured, Free Est, 946-3369.



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