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ou just think you have everything you need. Andy Rooney, the “60 Minutes” contributor who died this month at age 92, complained about many, many things, but his key cranky talking points were the unnecessary things in life. He once railed against shampoo — all he needed to do was rub a bar of soap on his head in the shower, which cultivates a wonderful mental image. Rooney was not known for his thick, lustrous locks, but I’m sure there was a point in all this. Not all innovations are entirely necessary, sure, but in my lifetime, toothbrushes have evolved from straight pieces of plastic with bristles on the end to absolute delights in dental hygiene comfort. I might not need the latest innovations from Oral-B, but the ergonomics certainly take away the strain from my mouth-centered ablutions. In that sense, call me Anti-Rooney. I’m the wretched excess guy. When I replaced my iPhone 3GS last month with the 4S, my old model became a dedicated Spotify unit for the living room, which means that when my family unwraps Christmas presents in a few weeks, we’ll be soundtracked by 220 (at last count) holiday favorites. This obviates the need for the local allChristmas station or a Pandora channel, where there is always the danger of Elmo and Patsy showing up to ruin all the fun. This was the year we basically hit critical mass on gadgets, where there are actual BY GEORGE LANG complaints about not having 3G acLOOKATOKC EDITOR cess on certain things that could make GLANG@OPUBCO.COM rolling down the street an endless cavBLOG.NEWSOK.COM/ alcade of entertainment. Granted, endSTATICBLOG less bandwidth means that TruTV has room for Leif Garrett as a commentator on “World’s Dumbest,” but mostly I’m seeing positive outcomes. Other than the obvious sense of community kids enjoyed when discussing “Happy Days” in 1975 because everyone had the same four channels available, I don’t pine for old tech. Typing hundreds of strings of BASIC code into my first personal computer so I could play a flickering version of Zaxxon is my go-to “When I was your age” story. So this year, LOOKatOKC is offering its gift guide, which showcases the new and exciting ways for everything to be much, much better. Starting on page 24, you’ll see things that must be under the tree, otherwise 2012 will be the year you stayed bummed out until your birthday. I’m not saying you need everything. But isn’t it good to know that, in the Age of Everything, it’s all here?

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SHOWS TO SEE, OR NOT TO SEE

usic is out of control in Oklahoma. That’s one of my favorite things about music in our state. A majority of local talent is able to create whatever music it wants. There’s no one to tell musicians what songs they can or cannot create. I know the same can be said for music throughout the country, but my point remains the same. There aren’t many rules or restrictions to making music. I’ve seen enough fireworks exploded and instruments shattered onstage to know that’s true. Every month, I think of Oklahoma’s music scene as a clean canvas. As the days pass and the amount of shows grow, I notice more musicians stepping up to mark the blank setting. I don’t see a limit on where music can take bands with talent and drive. Stillwater’s Other Lives are slated as the opening act for several Radiohead tour dates in March. Radiohead could have paired up with almost any band on the planet but they chose an Okie quintet with two albums under its belt. Incredible. Oklahoma Citybased punk band Red City Radio spent a considerable amount of time touring this year and even landed gigs in Germany. Not too shabby. Guestroom opened its third location in Bricktown. How amazing is it to have another channel to discover interesting music? I hope bands in Oklahoma aren’t afraid to try new things or sound unlike anyone else. Again, there’s no ceiling for weirdness or new ideas. The more risks taken the better. The more times something different is tried then people have more time to realize they have the chance to see something they haven’t seen before. And that’s what gets people to shows. The excitement that accompanies seeing something for the first time. My column’s goal is focusing on who’s stirring the local music stew and what experiences are worth talking about. There’s no telling what can happen here, and I don’t see much evidence proving otherwise.

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NOV. 25 – Backed by his new band, Ryan Lawson will unleash some potent country gems from his new album Hack & Saw Nation. Think of Thanksgiving as a time to fill your stomach. Let Lawson and company fill your ears on Black Friday. @ @ Bluebonnet Bar, 321 E Main St., Norman

NOV. 26 - As the fourth customer of Guestroom Records’ newly opened store in Bricktown, I can safely say this compact shop will soon be as much of a staple of downtown as the canal. The vinyl-heavy shop will commemorate its opening with several local bands including my recent favorite, Horse Thief. Party on, Guestroom. @ Guestroom’s Bricktown store, 25 S Oklahoma St.

Dec. 2 - Michigan-based artist Chris Bathgate and Shawnee native Samantha Crain are set to combine their impactful folk tunes. It’s my birthday, and I’m more than convinced this is the proper place for a musical celebration. @ The Blue

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‘CEREMONIALS’ – FLORENCE + THE MACHINE

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hile “Lungs,” Florence + the Machine’s 2009 debut, displayed a wide variety of styles, Florence Welch was most convincing while singing dramatic, chest-pounding Goth epics such as “Rabbit Heart (Raise It Up)” and “Hurricane Drunk” that suggested an R&B diva sitting in with the Mission U.K. or The Sisters of Mercy. On “Ceremonials,” Welch’s immaculately theatrical follow-up, she and producer Paul Epworth focus almost entirely on replicating those moments, which gives Welch ample opportunity to emote. But with most of the songs on “Ceremonials” operating at crisis urgency, Welch and Epworth almost forget to include those necessary low-key moments for reflection before the next storm of soul hits.

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Welch is a belter par excellence, and on first single “Shake It Out,” she’s given the space to soar as the choir launches her heavenward. “And it’s hard to dance with a devil on your back, so shake him off,” Welch sings on “Shake,” one of several times she mentions demons and spirits on “Ceremonials.” That single, along with “Lover to Lover” and “Spectrum,” veers closer to Welch’s church-bred soul side than to her mystical, wandering-the-moors tendencies: When she sings “No salvation for me now” on “Lover,” she sounds like she’s pounding on the cathedral doors, demanding forgiveness. Deny her at your peril. But “Ceremonials” can get bogged down in portent — the power ballad “Never Let Me Go” sounds like a Jim Steinman production without the run-on sentences — and Welch could use some opportunities to keep some lung power in reserve. Epworth, who also produced

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the best parts on Adele’s “21,” is clearly bent on amplifying Welch’s strong suits, but despite its obvious great moments, “Ceremonials” often resembles what might happen if Epworth were to make Adele sing 14 variations on “Rolling in the Deep” on her next album, “23” or “24.”

Give Welch credit for singing out when so few performers even bother, but dynamic range and knowing when to hold back would make “Ceremonials” much more worthy of ardent celebration. — George Lang, LookatOKC Editor


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‘DOWN THE HATCH’ – THE DAMN QUAILS

on’t let the title fool you: The Damn Quails fly high on their debut album, “Down the Hatch.” Norman-based singersongwriters Bryon White and Gabriel Marshall emerge as the premier duo of the red dirt music scene with their first album, which also marks the debut of 598 Recordings, the upstart new label owned by Great Divide frontman Mike McClure and business partner Chance Sparkman. The Damn Quails’ penchant for pretty melodies, poetic lyrics and fine musicianship becomes apparent from the first single, the folksy toe-tapper “Fool’s Gold.” As each of the 14 earthy tracks comes “Down the Hatch,” it becomes increasingly clear the fertile Oklahoma music scene has nurtured a pair of exceptionally talented country-folk performers.

They have developed a rootsy sound that is distinctly Oklahoman and uniquely their own. The album opener, “Better Place to Stop,” calls to mind the kind of road anthem Woody Guthrie might have penned right until the electric guitar solo starts wailing; even then you get the sense Woody would have appreciated the song’s everyman vibe. White and Marshall take turns on lead vocals and share guitar duties, and they are such a well-matched pair that their voices sound different yet cohesive from song to song. Although your ear can’t help but be caught by the lovely, layered instrumentation, both singers are adept at conveying emotion, such as the melancholy loneliness of the partiers in “Midnight Swagger” and the mournful resignation of the heartbroken suitor in “Another Story.” The sweetly pleading fiddle- and

mandolin-infused ballad “Through the Fire” isn’t just an album highlight, it may be my favorite love song of the year. The Damn Quails are playing weekly shows at 10 p.m. Mondays at The Deli through Nov. 28 and will perform a Thanksgiving concert at the Norman

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‘HURRY UP, WE’RE DREAMING’ – M83

83’s gorgeous and breathlessly nostalgic album from 2008, “Saturdays=Youth,” was filled with songs for imaginary John Hughes films, gauzy synthesizer ballads for the culmination of Molly Ringwald’s yearning. Anthony Gonzalez, the 30-year-old French mastermind behind M83, obviously studied the songcraft, instrumentation and romanticism of the music that was popular in his childhood, and his followup, “Hurry Up, We’re Dreaming,” favors the same era. But “Hurry Up, We’re Dreaming” feels less like the synthesis of remembered melodies, and on guitarheavy anthems such as “Reunion” and “New Map,” Gonzalez makes synth-rock that truly rocks. Attribute part of that change to Gonzalez’s new vocal approach. Rather

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than singing in lower, sonorous registers, he approaches stadium-busting tracks such as “Claudia Lewis” as if he was trying to reach the cheap seats. There is less input from vocalist Morgan Kibby this time — she is the singer who made “Saturdays=Youth” songs such as “Up!” sound like lost Kate Bush gems — but Gonzalez makes up for it by rattling the rafters on “This Bright Flash” and the pounding coda of “My Tears Are Becoming a Sea.” M83 can still weave nostalgia with the best. Like Cut Copy’s excellent 2011 album “Zonoscope,” echoes of childhood radiate through “Hurry Up, We’re Dreaming.” Take the main section of “Claudia Lewis,” which borrows its percussion and mood from New Order’s “Thieves Like Us,” or the twee-pop “Raconte-Moi Une Histoire,” in which a young boy talks about the

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magic properties of a tree frog as Gonzalez ramps up the playful synths. If anything, M83 finds a satisfying balance between such backward-looking moments and the forward movement

of the neon-bright “Midnight City,” boding well for the future of M83’s spirit of innovation and picture-perfect remembrance. — George Lang, LookatOKC Editor


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‘TAKE CARE’ – DRAKE

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rake’s second album, “Take Care,” could not exist without the hyper-confessional hip-hop of Kanye West’s “808s and Heartbreak” and “My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy” — West is the brilliant king of artful oversharing — but much of the spirit of Drake’s beautiful but viciously hurt “Take Care” comes from Marvin Gaye’s “Here, My Dear.” That 1978 double album, recorded while Gaye was emotionally lashing out during his divorce from Anna Gordy, is a brilliant train wreck, an exercise in total discomfort that feels like listening to Mom and Dad fighting. On the single “Marvin’s Room,” which was recorded in the same studio, Drake is just as blistering, attacking his ex’s choice of a lover while simultaneously trying to remind her of the good times: “I’m just saying that you could do better,” he sings after a hateful string of invective. The cover image depicts Drake surrounded by gold baubles but conspicuously alone at a dinner table: Money will not buy happiness, and it only amplifies the sadness. On “Doing It Wrong,” featuring Stevie Wonder delivering a plaintive harmonica solo, Drake raps to the woman in his faltering relationship: “We sure make it feel like we’re together, ‘cause we’re scared to see each other with somebody else.” The beautiful title track, a duet with Rihanna, is all about pleading for another try on one side and being pitied on the other. The mood on “Take Care” is almost uniformly dark, an album filled with passive aggression and drunk dialing. And yet “Take Care” is remarkably beautiful, filled with the sparse sonics hinted at with last year’s “Thank Me Later” and the atmospheric gloom that pervaded the much-admired mixtape “House of Balloons,” released earlier this year by Drake’s Toronto-based compatriots, The Weeknd. Drake’s rap flow has improved, and he barely indulges in the tiresome, hashtag-style raps that appeared on “Thank Me Later.” Other than unadulterated jams such as “Under Ground Kings” and his duet with Nicki Minaj, “Make Me Proud,” “Take Care” will not be the life of any party, but it feels uncommonly honest. Gaye, that great balladeer of conscience, passion and tragedy, would thank him now. — George Lang, LookatOKC Editor

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‘J. EDGAR’

Rating: R (Brief strong language) Running time: 2 hours, 17 minutes Starring: Leonardo DiCaprio, Armie Hammer, Judi Dench, Naomi Watts

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or a public figure who made uncovering other people’s secrets his business, J. Edgar Hoover proved remarkably adept at keeping his own. Shrouded in notoriety and mystery, the founding director of the FBI is a fascinating and challenging subject to chronicle in a Hollywood biopic. But four-time Oscar-honored director/producerClint Eastwood (“Million Dollar Baby”) and Academy Award-winning screenwriter Dustin Lance Black (“Milk”) delve into the facts, the rumors and, most importantly, the relationships with the goal of getting to Hoover’s humanity with their new film, “J. Edgar.” Featuring strong performances from Leonardo DiCaprio, Judi Dench, Naomi Wattsand Armie Hammer, the biopic skips back and forth in time to touch on the highlights and low points in Hoover’s nearly half-century tenure leading the Federal Bureau of Investigation, a position that made him one of the most powerful people of the 20th century. Nearly 40 years after his death, Hoover’s closely guarded personal life continues to attract considerable speculation, while his long and controversial tenure as founding director of the FBI tends to draw extreme, often conflicting viewpoints. With all the wild stories and conjecture about Hoover’s sexual preferences and possible crossdressing tendencies, “J. Edgar” could have become a trashy, ripped-from-the-tabloids affair, but Eastwood is too classy a filmmaker to wallow in salacious tittle-tattle. In fact, one could argue that the <<<

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biopic is more refined and sympathetic than Hoover deserves, given his penchant for illegal wiretaps and smear campaigns against those whom he perceived as a challenge to his power. For his part, Black mostly succeeds in presenting a fair but not especially flattering portrait of Hoover as both the patriotic law-enforcement leader determined to protect the public from Bolsheviks and gangsters and champion the development of forensic science, and the jealous, manipulative power-monger who kept blackmail-ready secret files on presidents and first ladies and considered Martin Luther King Jr. a dangerous liar. The film first introduces filmgoers to the elderly but iron-fisted Hoover, who has decided to dictate his memoirs and the history of the FBI to a series of young agents because “it’s time this generation learned my side of the story.” The flashbacks to the past start with a literal blast, with the 24-year-old Hoover taking a leadership role in the Bureau of Investigation within the Justice Department when his boss, Attorney General A. Mitchell Palmer (Geoff Pierson), is nearly killed in a bombing tied to communist radicals. The biopic continually shifts and finds parallels between his early days pursuing Bolsheviks and anarchists, leading the hunt for bank robbers and starting the first crime lab and federal fingerprint database and his later years clashing with Robert Kennedy (Jeffrey Donovan), illegally wiretapping John F. Kennedy and falsifying ugly rumors in an attempt to force King to decline his Nobel Peace

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Prize. At the heart of Hoover’s relating of his professional exploits beats the “crime of the century”: the engrossing investigation into the kidnapping and death of Charles Lindbergh’s (Josh Lucas) 18-month-old son. But the soul of “J. Edgar” is the relationships with the few people closest to him: his domineering mother, Annie (Dench, who may well present the most chilling movie matriarch since “Psycho”), who will tolerate nothing less than greatness from her son; his loyal longtime secretary, Helen Gandy (Watts, who makes the most of her small role), who turns down Hoover’s marriage proposal but accepts his job offer, which includes keeping his secret files; and his faithful right-hand man and associate director, Clyde Tolson (Hammer, who is building an impressive resume after his twin turn in “The Social Network”), who becomes his near-constant lifelong companion. Since the 1940s, rumors have circulated that Hoover and Tolson were lovers; Black’s script speculates it was more complicated than that. Cinematographer Tom Stern creates an appropriately shadowy film, and a team of makeup artists convincingly transforms DiCaprio, Hammer and Watts into senior citizens. But Eastwood’s surehanded direction, Black’s time-shifting storytelling and the stellar performances make “J. Edgar” worth watching. — Brandy McDonnell, Entertainment Writer


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‘IMMORTALS’

Rating: R (Sequences of strong bloody violence, and a scene of sexuality) Running time: 1 hour, 50 minutes Starring: Henry Cavill, Mickey Rourke, Freida Pinto, Stephen Dorff

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o the considerable credit of director Tarsem Singh, “Immortals” looks like no other swords-and-sandals epic, including its closest older cousin, Zack Snyder’s “300.” But indelible visuals mask a half-baked script and a dispiriting inertia during scenes that should have been moving. Henry Cavill, the next Superman, shows he can hold viewers’ attention as a stonemason who leads humanity in its war against a vengeful god, but he’s not given the necessary tools to truly climb Olympus. Cavill’s Theseus is the son of a fallen woman, a man born with too many strikes against him, but he is fortunate enough to be guided by a mysterious old man (John Hurt) who is wise in the ways of battle. Theseus prepares his skills at a moment when they are most needed. King Hyperion (Mickey Rourke) is bent on freeing the Titans from their rock-encrusted crypt to

unleash all fury on humanity, and so he leads his army on a bloody rampage through Greece in search of the Epius Bow, a powerful weapon that can free the Titans and keep a stranglehold on the mortals. Theseus is clearly the chosen one, an instrument of the Olympians (Luke Evans and Isabel Lucas play Zeus and Athena as supermodel-like gods) to put down the Titans, and he is aided by mortal ally Stavros (Stephen Dorff) and the oracle Phaedra (Freida Pinto) in his quest. But Hyperion and his legions take no prisoners — their campaign is characterized by vicious, unrelenting butchery. This means that Singh, a gifted visual artist who brought his baroque sensibilities to bear in films such as “The Cell” and “The Fall,” sends half of his cast through a meat grinder in “Immortals.” Blood and guts becomes the dominant motif as bodies get bisected and viscera splatter on the rocky shores of the Aegean.

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And yet, there are moments of pure brilliance, such as a breathtaking tidal wave and a superimposed shot of Hyperion’s insectlike helmet over a Grecian ship. But for all of Singh’s visual finesse, “Immortals” falters when the humans are most involved. Dorff’s Stavros is far too modern, a surfer-dude wiseacre constantly putting the moves on Phaedra like a drunk at a bar, and Cavill, though mostly solid throughout, loses steam when he is supposed to be peaking, particularly during Theseus’ disappointingly wan “St. Crispin’s Day”-style speech to rally the mortal forces. That scene required a Henry V/William Wallace level of intensity that never materializes — at least Rourke’s Hyperion is fully committed to his carnage. The resulting film is still a testament to Singh’s artistic acuity, but the dialogue, which too often sounds improvised and imprecise, deals a nearly mortal blow to “Immortals.” — George Lang, LookatOKC Editor

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‘THE TWILIGHT SAGA: BREAKING DAWN – PART 1’

Rating: PG-13 (Disturbing images, violence, sexuality/ partial nudity and some thematic elements) Running time: 1 hour, 48 minutes Starring: Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner

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irector Bill Condon gives “Twi-hard” fans the extravagant wedding and romantic honeymoon they’ve been longing to see with “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 1.” Unfortunately, the Oscar winning director fails to deliver true terror or high-stakes drama in the birthing room or on the battlefield in the first of his two-movie finale in the blockbuster film franchise based on Stephenie Meyer’s best-selling paranormal romance novels. Summit Entertainment takes a page from the Harry Potter movies with “Breaking Dawn,” Meyer’s 750page fourth and final book in the saga, which Condon and screenwriter Melissa Rosenberg divided into two movies that were filmed at the same time. Although it would be easy to dismiss the split decision as a mere cash grab, Meyer’s book provides ample action for two movies, plus a natural breaking point between the two parts. The first part opens with the big moment the saga’s fervent fans have been eagerly awaiting since the book came out in 2008: Human heroine Bella Swan (Kristen Stewart) marries her chivalrous vampire fiance Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson) in a lavish ceremony that gives face time to all the series’ periphery characters, from Bella’s high school frenemy Jessica (Oscar nominee Anna Kendrick) and her dad and mom (Billy Burke and Sarah Clarke) to the various members of the Cullen

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clan and the fellow human blood-eschewing vampires in the Denali coven. Calling the wedding a “moment” might be an understatement, since Condon spends a solid half-hour on the nuptials. But considering the anticipation among “Twi-hards” and the furor over April’s royal wedding, it’s hard to fault the filmmakers for milking it. Hot-tempered werewolf Jacob Black (Taylor Lautner), Bella’s best friend and spurned suitor, shows up at the reception to give his best wishes to the happy couple. But he quickly retracts his blessing and nearly starts a vampire-lycanthrope throwdown when he learns that Bella and Edward are going to attempt to have a typical honeymoon before the bride’s transformation into a vampire. Considering Edward’s predatory instincts and superhuman strength, Jacob fears a human Bella might not make it through her wedding night in one piece. Once Edward whisks Bella off to a secluded tropical paradise, Condon again takes his time and fulfills fan fantasies with the honeymoon. He takes the PG-13 rating as far as he can, conveying genuine passion and even some humor in the couple’s long-awaited consummation. Their marital bliss is short-lived. Bella soon learns that she is pregnant, and the half-human, half-vampire baby quickly proves that it is both superstrong and fastgrowing. Edward hauls his bride back home to Forks, Wash., vowing to get “that thing” out of her, but Bella is

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determined to protect her unborn baby. As the fetus saps Bella of her vitality, prevents her from eating normal food and develops at an astounding rate, the Cullens wonder if even an emergency vampire conversion will be enough to save the determined mom-to-be. While Jacob is enraged to see the girl he loves bruised and emaciated from carrying “that monster,” werewolf alpha male Sam Uley (Tahlequah-born Chaske Spencer) has an even more dramatic reaction. The pack leader decides Bella’s baby poses an unacceptable threat to the community and declares war on the Cullens, forcing Jacob to make a difficult choice. The first half of “Breaking Dawn: Part 1” moves slowly, but at least it taps into the appropriate emotions. The second half zips along rapidly but remains alarmingly flat and lifeless. In particular, Jacob’s heart-wrenching decision is made so quickly that its import seems lost, and the pivotal birthing scene, so compelling in the book, comes across as devoid of any real desperation, danger or life-or-death consequences. Even the addition of a few fight sequences fails to generate any real excitement. Still the final moments of “Breaking Dawn: Part 1” live up to the hype, offering a crimson-hued glimmer of hope that the polarizing conclusion of “The Twilight Saga” will make for interesting viewing. — Brandy McDonnell, Entertainment Writer


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‘M O DE RN WA RFA RE 3’

‘Modern Warfare’ delivers for third time

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ctivision’s “Call of Duty” releases are to video games what Michael Bay movies like “Transformers” are to cinema. They’re loud and flashy, they deliver state-of-the-art digital effects, and they don’t have a coherent thought in their heads. If playing the latest “CoD” campaign doesn’t give you a headache, trying to make sense of its convoluted, preposterous story will. “Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3” (Activision, for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PC, $59.99; Wii, $49.99) begins with New York City under attack from Russia. How did we get here? In the previous chapter, an American undercover agent got himself framed in a terrorist attack at the Moscow airport, and now the Russians are retaliating. Both sides, however, are merely pawns being manipulated by Vladimir Makarov, who’s bent on destroying the West and returning Mother Russia to its former glory. So begins a symphony of destruction that lays waste to cities and landmarks all over the world. Wall Street gets leveled. The Eiffel Tower is toppled. In one particularly manipulative moment, a little girl and her mother gawk at Big Ben before London gets its clock cleaned. One problem with the “Modern Warfare” series is that you cannot do anything to stop this. You control a cross section of elite warriors with seemingly infinite resources at their disposal, yet a surprising percentage of “MW3” missions end in failure. Makarov got away again? Oops. What do you control? Guns. Pistols,

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shotguns, sniper rifles, assault weapons, rocket launchers — if it has a trigger, it’s here. Occasionally you get to call in an airstrike or set off explosives, but for the most part it’s aim and shoot, aim and shoot until you’ve killed everyone. The gameplay falls into the familiar pattern for military shooters: You enter an area filled with enemies, eliminate them, then reload and move on to the next zone. There are occasional breaks — like an underwater mission tracking a nuclear sub — but they’re just brief diversions from the relentless gunplay. It all looks and sounds spectacular; developers Infinity Ward and Sledgehammer Games had a lot to live up to with this sequel, but all the behindthe-scenes drama doesn’t seem to have diminished the quality of the production. (In brief: Infinity Ward’s founders and dozens of their employees jumped ship last year, and Sledgehammer was recruited to help the restaffed studio complete the “MW” trilogy.) As always, “MW3” offers an exhaustive suite of online, multiplayer modes. There’s nothing radically new this year, but familiar modes like death match and capture-the-flag have been tweaked enough that online “CoD” fans will definitely want to update. Also returning is the Special Ops mode, a collection of brief solo or two-player missions that fill in some of the main campaign’s background. And there’s the new addition of “Call of Duty Elite,” a $50 add-on service that promises monthly downloadable content, prize competitions and other treats for the truly hardcore. The big question for this franchise is: Where does it go from here? Creatively, the entire military shooter genre has shown some signs of exhaustion this year. Sales-wise, however, “Call of Duty” is still doing blockbuster numbers, and Activision has already announced a new “CoD” installment for 2012. Next time, I hope the developers take a few more chances and try to breathe some new life into a series that’s at risk of getting stale. The Associated Press

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>>> This book isn’t for the kids. The art behind these blockbuster animated movies is nothing short of spectacular. This book digs deep into the film-making process at Pixar and includes color-scripts and amazing development art for every Pixar flick ever made. $31.50

STEVE JOBS: A BIOGRAPHY >>> Read the first and only authorized biography of Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson, one of America’s foremost biographers, and find out how one man with a vision grew Apple Computer into the leaders of the digital age. Considering what Mr. Jobs has done for technology, should you read this on the iPad? $14.99 for iPad edition.

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2 0 1 1 H O L I D AY G I F T G U I D E GOING HIGH-TECH Tablets and e-readers are among the most popular items this Christmas. Our picks are the Apple iPad 2, obviously, the Nook Tablet and the Kindle Fire. The iPad 2 (starting at $499) offers a combination of features unmatched by its growing number of competitors. The Nook Tablet ($249 at Barnes & Noble) goes beyond e-reading to provide tablet functionality, including the ability to surf the web, watch movies and play games. The Kindle Fire ($199 on Amazon) is Amazon’s newest e-reader — and the first to offer a color screen. Like the Nook, it has some tablet features and access to a huge library of books.

A PERFECT VIEW

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>>> Whether you ski, bike, boat, surf, or just shoot personal movies at home, you should be shooting with a GoPro HD camera. Their pro-quality POVcams are the best you can get $299

>>> Finally, someone else realized your time is much too valuable to spend time turning the dials on your home thermostats to regulate the heat. Nest Thermostats learn what temperature you like, when, and they keep it there, so you can get back to playing XBox 360. The founders of Nest were part of the original iPod development team at Apple. $249

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Beats by Dr. Dre, high-definition stereo headphones. That’s all that needs to be said. They’re expensive, but aren’t you worth it? That’s what we though. $359

Arguably, these are the two best video games of the year, “Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3” ($59.99), and “Battlefield 3” ($59.95) and they are must-have if you’re into being destroyed by random 12-year-olds on the internet. These are available on PS3 and XBox 360.

Two of our favorite musical accessories are the Bose AE2i wired headphones and the Jaybird JF3MB Freedom (shown at right) wireless earbuds. The Bose headphones ($179.95 at Best Buy) include a microphone and audio controls to switch from listening to music to talking on the phone with the touch of a button. The Jaybird earbuds ($93.49 on Amazon) fit snugly and have a lifetime warranty against perspiration damage.

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klahoma is in the middle of a beer revolution. In the past few years, several craft breweries have emerged, with their beers dotting liquor store shelves. Pubs and bars have expanded their beer offerings into the hundreds and offer numerous special pint nights and cask beer events. The end result: Beer has emerged as a hot beverage choice in Oklahoma. Mirroring the growth of the state’s beer craze has been the TapWerks Beer Championship Series. Now in its fourth year, the Beer Championship Series gives Oklahoma’s beer fans a chance to name their favorite brew. Sixty-four beers have been selected to compete in a bracket-style tournament, with winners selected by popular vote at The Thirsty Beagle beer blog. The champion will receive the coveted Golden Taphandle Trophy and claim the title of Oklahoma’s favorite beer.

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he Meat House, 2249 W Danforth Road, is a throwback to the original Kamp’s Grocery Store, offering premium meats, produce and baked goods. Bill Kamp’s Meat Market is still alive and well and living in Nichols Hills, but the new Meat House is taking things to the next level while working hard to support local producers. “All the beef we sell is local,” said director of operations James Kraham, who graduated from Putnam City West High School before following a football career through West Texas A&M, Oklahoma State and finally the University of Nevada in Las Vegas where he majored in Hotel and Restaurant Management. “We’re committed to being a part of the community.” That means local produce, beef from various Oklahoma cattle ranches, pork and chicken from local farms and bread from Prairie Thunder Baking Co. Not everything is local, or you wouldn’t have a chance to get fish from one of Oklahoma City’s premier fishmongers, DeLancey Miller, whose commitment to sustainable fishing practices is the thing of legend among local chefs and gourmands. Steaks can be cut to order and come in a variety of grades and ages. You also will find lesser-known cuts such as tri-tip and hangars regularly. The store also offers high-end brands and exotic meats including $18-per-pound bacon from Nueske’s, pheasant, rattlesnake and duck. If it can be legally butchered, the Meat House has it plus all the things you need to make a complete meal. But if you don’t feel like cooking, the Meat House offers plenty of takeaway meals and foods prepared in its kitchen. You’ll also find Boar’s Head deli items and artisanal cheeses. The first store in Edmond also won’t be the last. Kraham says they are looking in the Moore area and have considered Yukon, too. “We want to have a presence all around Oklahoma City,” Kraham said. The Meat House is open seven days a week.

Steaks can be cut to order and come in a variety of grades and ages. You also will find lesser-known cuts such as tri-tip and hangars regularly. The store also offers high-end brands and exotic meats including $18-per-pound bacon from Nueske’s, pheasant, rattlesnake and duck. Photos by David McDaniel, The Oklahoman

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WEATHER SPORTS REQUIRE A HIGH-TECH WARDROBE Heath her Warlick Moore Mood d Publicat ion Editor

The snow sn has yet to fall in central Oklahoma, O but many people have th their sights set on some of the country’s snowiest mountains. Ski count season is here, and if you’re planning a trip to the slopes, you’ll want the most high-tech gear to keep you warm and safe. Even if you’re just planning to tube the RedHawks R Field at Bricktown slop slopes or sled your neighborhood on a snow day, dressing appropriatel ately is No. 1 on any cold-weather sur survival guide. Stor y cont inues

Bliss Bomber down jacket by Spyder in Fuschia Serene print with faux fur lined hood. Fuschia half-zip T neck thermal by Snow Angel. Black Spyder Quest pant. Pink beanie Whimsy style by Life is Good. Hawkeye goggles in white with Blue Lagoon lens. Skis by Volki, Gem 158 style. Photo and background illustrations by Chris Landsberger | The Oklahoman.


White Fire and Ice collection down jacket and cargo pant by Bogner with colorful embroidery and raccoon fur lined hood. Style is Raffaela.

Whether you’re skiing at Breckenridge or snowboarding at Keystone in Colorado, roaring down a mountain coaster at Okemo or zip-lining through the snowy trees at Smuggler’s Notch in Vermont, or just lounging in the warm, toasty lodge of your destination of choice, here are the basics of dressing for the occasion. “The key to ski wear, snowboarding or any activity in cold weather is your base layer,” said Linda Robinson, apparel and hardgoods manager at Sun & Ski Sports 10109 N May. “No cotton. You never want cotton anywhere near your body.” The reason your base layer should be made of a synthetic blend rather than cotton, she said, is that base layers intended for extreme weather wick away moisture and perspiration and use the moisture to lock in body heat. Cotton just gets damper and colder. Some of these high-tech polyesters are hollow core, “like a polar bear’s fur. That’s how they stay warm and dry,” Robinson said.

T H E O T H E R L AY E R S Of course a good base layer only goes so far. Since you loose body heat faster through your head than anywhere else on your body, choosing the right helmet and under-helmet hats will help trap your body heat. Most good ski helmets are enough to keep your head warm, said Tim Thomas, floor supervisor at Sun & Ski Sports, but some people like the added warmth of a “helmet beanie.” Common base layer and helmet beanie fabrics are silk, brushed Poly Pro and other polyester blends and fleece. For your hands, you’ll need some good glove liners. Gloves tend to get extremely wet and are hard to dry overnight, Thomas said. Glove liners made from good base layer materials will wick moisture from your hands, keeping your hands safe from frostbite. Once you have all the technical base layers figured out, it’s time for the fun, fashionable and functional outerwear. There is ski wear, and then there is snowboard wear. Robinson said the main differences between the two are the fit, styles, prints and colors. “It’s the fit and the look. The snowboard wear is going to be a little baggier, a little lower slung. It’s like what you see the skate kids wearing. A lot of people like that fit,” she said. Snowboard outerwear is usually more edgy, brighter and comes in more interesting prints. Photos and background illustrations by Chris Landsberger | The Oklahoman.

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NOVEMBER 23 - DECEMBER 7 “ Ghost Ranch and the Faraway Nearby,” exhibit by Craig Varjabedian, National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, 1700 NE 63, 478-2250.

Robert Rauschenberg: Prints from Universal Limited Art Editions, 1962-2008, Fred Jones Jr.

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

CONCERTS Tom McElvain, 8 p.m., Wormy Dog Saloon, 311 E Sheridan, 601-6276.

Inhale/Exhale, The World We

Knew and Dead and Divine, 8 p.m., The Conservatory, 8911 N Western, 879-9778.

Electric Thanksgiving with Kraddy, HeadyP, DJ Falkirk, Grex

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

Maysville Photographer Gigi Renee Webb’s “Reflections through Images of Small Town Oklahoma,”

North Gallery of the state Capitol, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2020.

The Performing Arts Studio and Jacobson House present an exhibit of Oklahoma Native American Art, The Performing

Deane and Ben Phillips, 6:30 p.m., 605-4543.

NE 3, 815-9995.

“From Darkness to Light” Co-exhibit featuring Scott and Sohrabian, Paseo Originals, 2920

Paseo, 401-1865.

“re:Collect/ Red Dirt Roots” work of native Oklahoman Angilee Wilkerson, Visions In The Paseo Art

JJ’s Alley, 212 E Sheridan, Jack

Gallery, 2924 Paseo, 557-1229.

Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W

Oklahoma Arts Council presents “Serendipity in Color” work by Tünde Darvay, Governor’s Gallery

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

Memorial, 2AM, 9 p.m., 751-1547.

Remington Park Racing and Casino, 1 Remington Place, V Bradley

and Company, 7 p.m., 424-1000.

The Deli, 309 White, Dikes of Hol-

land, Shi++y Awesome, and Boom Bang, 9 p.m., 329-3534. (Norman)

Firelake Grand Casino, 777 Grand

Casino Blvd., Shiloh Steel, 7 p.m., 9647263. (Shawnee)

Red Piano Lounge, 1 Park Ave.,

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

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

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

HAPPENINGS

THU

24 25 S Oklahoma, Dueling Piano Bar, 7:30 p.m., 231-5397.

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

JJ’s Alley, 212 E Sheridan, Ronnie

Gallery, 1218 N Western, 831-2874.

Art Exhibit: “Two Gals - Two Styles,” Summer Wine Art Gallery,

Friends Restaurant & Club, 3705

Service Road, Ambiance Band Jam Session, 7 p.m., 778-8166.

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

LIVE MUSIC

2928 B Paseo, 831-3279.

The Point After Club, 6800 S I 35

415 Couch Drive, 236-3100.

Arts Studio, 200 S Jones, 307-9320. (Norman)

LIVE MUSIC W Memorial, The Clique, 8 p.m., 751-4057.

“Faded Elegance: Photographs of Havana” by Michael Eastman and Photographs by Franco Mandini Ruiz, Oklahoma City Museum of Art,

state Capitol, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2037.

“Dreamer 39: Art for Anderson’s Heart” fundraising exhibit,

Dreamer Concepts, 324 E Main, 7010048. (Norman)

Jewish Songwriters “Belong to the Land” of Oklahoma in Special Exhibit of “A Fine Romance,” Rose State College, 6420 SE 15, 733-7402. (Midwest City)

“Holiday Show” featuring the photography of Nancy Werneke, 50 Penn Place Art Gallery, 1900 Northwest Expressway, 848-5567.

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

Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler (Park Hill)

Michael Murphy’s Dueling Pianos,

Friends Restaurant & Club, 3705

W Memorial, The Clique, 8 p.m., 751-4057.

The Point After Club, 6800 S I 35

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

Junior’s, 2601 Northwest Expressway, Anita White Trio, 8 p.m., 848-5597. Saints Bar & Lounge, 1715 NW 16, Got It Covered Video Series, 7 p.m., 602-6308. JJ’s Alley, 212 E Sheridan, Aaron Newman, 9:30 p.m., 605-4543. Remington Park Racing and Casino, 1 Remington Place, V Bradley

and Company, 7 p.m., 424-1000.

The Deli, 309 White, Camille Harp, 7 p.m., 329-3534. (Norman) Grady’s 66 Pub, 444 W Main, Dead Mans Bluff, 8:30 p.m., 354-8789. (Yukon)

NIGHT LIFE Willies Saloon, 323 S Washington, DJ Vegas Tagus, 9 p.m., (405) 3777716. (Stillwater)

THEATER “Annie,” 8 p.m., Poteet Theatre, 222 NW 15, 609-1023.

“ Flaming Idiots,” 8 p.m., Jewel Box Theatre, 3700 N Walker, 521-1786.

HAPPENINGS “ Ghost Ranch and the Faraway Nearby,” exhibit by Craig Varjabedi-

“Faded Elegance: Photographs of Havana by Michael Eastman and Photographs by Franco Mandini Ruiz, Oklahoma City Museum of Art,

LIVE MUSIC

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

Waterford Marriott, 6300 Waterford Blvd., Burton Band, 9 p.m., 848-4782.

an, National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, 1700 NE 63, 478-2250.

415 Couch Drive, 236-3100.

Robert Rauschenberg: Prints from Universal Limited Art Editions , 1962-2008, Fred Jones Jr.

Gallery, 1218 N Western, 831-2874.

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

Maysville Photographer Gigi Renee Webb’s “Reflections through Images of Small Town Oklahoma,” North Gallery of the state Capitol, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2020.

The Performing Arts Studio and Jacobson House present an exhibit of Oklahoma Native American Art, The Performing

Arts Studio, 200 S Jones, 307-9320. (Norman)

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

Sliders, 2616 S I 35 Service Road,

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Pointblank, 9 p.m., 672-6306.

Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar & Grill,

310 Johnny Bench Drive, Jake Adams Band, 8 p.m., 231-0254.

Friends Restaurant & Club, 3705 W Memorial, The Clique, 8 p.m., 751-4057. Belle Isle Restaurant & Brewery,

CONCERTS

1900 Northwest Expressway, Luke Dick, 9 p.m., 840-1911.

6th Annual Leftover Turkey with Jason Boland And The Stragglers,

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

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

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

12 a.m., 50 Penn Place Art Gallery, 1900 Northwest Expressway, 8485567.

Rock And Roll Over, 8 p.m., River-

Junior’s, 2601 Northwest Ex-

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

Ryan Bingham and the Dead Horses, 9 p.m., WinStar World

JJ’s Alley, 212 E Sheridan, Rogers and Weilburg, 6:30 p.m., 605-4543.

Art Exhibit: “Two Gals - Two Styles,” Summer Wine Art Gallery, 2928 B Paseo, 831-3279.

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

NE 3, 815-9995.

“Celebrating the Spectrum,” by Andrea Gardner, In Your Eye Studio & Gallery, 3005 Paseo, 525-2161. “re:Collect/ Red Dirt Roots” work of native Oklahoman Angilee Wilkerson, Visions In The Paseo

Art Gallery, 2924 Paseo, 557-1229.

Oklahoma Arts Council presents “Serendipity in Color” work by Tünde Darvay, Governor’s Gallery Oklahoma State Capitol, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2037.

“Dreamer 39: Art for Anderson’s Heart” fundraising exhibit,

Dreamer Concepts, 324 E Main, 7010048. (Norman)

Jewish Songwriters “Belong to the Land” of Oklahoma in Special Exhibit of “A Fine Romance,”

10 a.m., Rose State College, 6420 SE 15, 733-7402. (Midwest City)

“Holiday Show” featuring the photography of Nancy Werneke,

Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler (Park Hill)

wind Casino, 1544 W State Highway 9, 322-6000. (Norman)

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

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

JJ’s Alley, 212 E Sheridan, Ryan Dorman and Matthew Hart, 10 p.m., 605-4543.

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

Remington Park Racing and Casino, 1 Remington Place, Scott

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

Rhinestone Cowboy, 900 SE 59, Street Kings, 9 p.m., 616-0288.

The Deli, 309 White, Mama Sweet,

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

UCO Jazz Lab, 100 E 5, Brian Gorrell

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

NOVEMBER 23 - DECEMBER 7 HAPPENINGS “ Ghost Ranch and the Faraway Nearby,” exhibit by Craig Varjabedian, National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, 1700 NE 63, 478-2250.

Robert Rauschenberg: Prints from Universal Limited Art Editions , 1962-2008, Fred Jones Jr.

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

Maysville Photographer Gigi Renee Webb’s “Reflections through Images of Small Town Oklahoma,”

Mickey Mantle’s Steakhouse, 7 S

North Gallery of the state Capitol, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2020.

Dan Mcguinness Pub, 1003 SW

The Performing Arts Studio and Jacobson House present an exhibit of Oklahoma Native American Art, The Performing

Mickey Mantle, Attica State, 7 p.m., 272-0777.

19, Bandromeda, 9 p.m., 703-3367. (Moore)

The Roxy, 1164 N MacArthur, Dead

Turkey Metal - Severed By Sin, Dark Arsenal, 5 Dollar Thrill and Zerothiest, 8 p.m.

Firelake Grand Casino, 777 Grand

Casino Blvd., Brother Summit Band, 9 p.m., 964-7263. (Shawnee)

Red Piano Lounge, 1 Park Ave.

Christian Pearson, 10 p.m., 702-8555.

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

Grady’s 66 Pub, 444 W Main, Some-

bodys Darling, 8:30 p.m., 354-8789. (Yukon)

NIGHT LIFE Loony Bin Comedy Club, 8503 N

Rockwell, Nathan Timmel, 8 p.m., 239-4242.

THEATER “Annie,” 8 p.m., Poteet Theatre, 222 NW 15, 609-1023.

“ Flaming Idiots,” 8 p.m., Jewel Box

Theatre, 3700 N Walker, 521-1786.

“ A Territorial Christmas Carol,” 8

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

“ Pearl’s Prayer,” , 6:30 p.m., The

Yellow Rose Theater, 1005 SW 4, 7937779. (Moore)

“ The Fox on the Fairway,” 8 p.m., Carpenter Square Theatre, 800 W Main, 232-6500.

“Terror on 10th Street’s Haunted Thanksgiving,” 6 p.m., Terror on 10th Street Haunted House, 2005 NW 10, 232-1816. (Oklahoma City )

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

Gallery, 1218 N Western, 831-2874.

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pel, Enter Shikari and For Today, 7 p.m., Diamond Ballroom, 8001 S Eastern, 677-9169.

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

Jason Boland and the Stragglers,

“re:Collect/ Red Dirt Roots” work of native Oklahoman Angilee Wilkerson, Visions In The Paseo Art

Gallery, 2924 Paseo, 557-1229.

Oklahoma Arts Council presents “Serendipity in Color” work by Tünde Darvay, Governor’s Gallery

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

Happy Tuesday, 9 p.m., The Hid-

den Castle, 1309 24 SW, 701-0870. (Norman)

7th Annual Cancer Sucks Concert,

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

Oklahoma State Capitol, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2037.

LIVE MUSIC

“Dreamer 39: Art for Anderson’s Heart” fundraising exhibit,

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

Dreamer Concepts, 324 E Main, 7010048. (Norman)

Downtown in December, Down-

town Oklahoma City,

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

JJ’s Alley, 212 E Sheridan, Ben Brock, 10 p.m., 605-4543.

Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W

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

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

Eastern, Blues Tiger Band, 9 p.m., 619-3939.

HAPPENINGS

Rhinestone Cowboy, 900 SE 59,

an, National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, 1700 NE 63, 478-2250.

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

Grady’s 66 Pub, 444 W Main, Mike McClure Band, 10 p.m., 354-8789. (Yukon)

UCO Jazz Lab, 100 E 5, Shadow-

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

Mickey Mantle’s Steakhouse, 7 S Mickey Mantle, C+ “Born in Nov. ,” 7 p.m., 272-0777.

Dan Mcguinness Pub, 1003 SW 19, Jim The Elephant, 9 p.m., 703-3367. (Moore)

Dan McGuinness Pub, 3005 S

Broadway, Metal Shop, 9 p.m., 3592222. (Edmond)

The Roxy, 1164 N MacArthur, Whis-

key Dick, 8 p.m.

Red Piano Lounge, 1 Park Ave.,

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

McSalty’s Pizza, 3000 N Portland,

Sytematic Destruction, Devour The Innocent, Corpse Counter, Micro Jam and Put to Silence, 7 p.m., 943-3637.

Sliders, 2616 S I 35 Service Road,

Loony Bin Comedy Club, 8503 N

“Holiday Show” featuring the photography of Nancy Werneke,

Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar & Grill,

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

Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler (Park Hill)

“Faded Elegance: Photographs of Havana by Michael Eastman and Photographs by Franco Mandini Ruiz, Oklahoma City Museum of Art,

415 Couch Drive, 236-3100.

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310 Johnny Bench Drive, Aaron Newman, 8 p.m., 231-0254.

Friends Restaurant & Club, 3705 W Memorial, The Clique, 8 p.m., 751-4057. Hi Lo Club, 1221 NW 50, A Fate Far Worse, 10 p.m., 843-1722.

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

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

Arena, 202 Gallagher Hall (Stillwater)

Remington Park Racing and Casino, 1 Remington Place, Scott

State College, 6420 SE 15, 733-7402. (Midwest City)

50 Penn Place Art Gallery, 1900 Northwest Expressway, 848-5567.

“ The Fox on the Fairway,” 8 p.m., Carpenter Square Theatre, 800 W Main, 232-6500.

Oklahoma City Limits, 4801 S

NIGHT LIFE

Pointblank, 9 p.m., 672-6306.

Yellow Rose Theater, 1005 SW 4, 7937779. (Moore)

SPORTS

Waterford Marriott, 6300 Waterford Blvd., Burton Band, 9 p.m., 848-4782.

Jewish Songwriters “Belong to the Land” of Oklahoma in Special Exhibit of “A Fine Romance,” Rose

“ Pearl’s Prayer,” , 6:30 p.m., The

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

Street Kings, 9 p.m., 616-0288.

Arts Studio, 200 S Jones, 307-9320. (Norman)

NE 3, 815-9995.

Junior’s, 2601 Northwest Ex-

Rockwell, Nathan Timmel, 8 p.m., 239-4242.

THEATER “Annie,” 8 p.m., Poteet Theatre, 222 NW 15, 609-1023.

“ Flaming Idiots,” 8 p.m., Jewel Box Theatre, 3700 N Walker, 521-1786. “Mike Epps and Friends,” 8 p.m.,

Cox Convention Center, 1 Myriad Gardens, 602-8500.

“ A Territorial Christmas Carol,” 8

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

“ Ghost Ranch and the Faraway Nearby,” exhibit by Craig Varjabedi-

Robert Rauschenberg: Prints from Universal Limited Art Editions , 1962-2008, Fred Jones Jr.

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

Maysville Photographer Gigi Renee Webb’s “Reflections through Images of Small Town Oklahoma,” North Gallery of the state Capitol, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2020.

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

Winter Thyme Bazaar Art Market, 10 a.m., West Wind Unitarian

Universalist Congregation, 1309 W Boyd (Norman)

SUN

27 CONCERTS Obscura and Abysmal Dawn, 8 p.m., Marquee Theater, 222 N Main, (918) 254-2500. (Tulsa) Split Lip Rayfield and Mountain Sprout, 7:30 p.m., Cain’s Ballroom,

423 N Main, (918) 584-2306. (Tulsa)

LIVE MUSIC The Point After Club, 6800 S I 35

Service Road, Teddy Jack and the Alley Cats Open Jam, 8 p.m., 778-8166.

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

NE 3, 815-9995.

Grady’s 66 Pub, 444 W Main, Kyle

“re:Collect/ Red Dirt Roots” work of native Oklahoman Angilee Wilkerson, Visions In The Paseo Art

NIGHT LIFE

Gallery, 2924 Paseo, 557-1229.

Oklahoma Arts Council presents “Serendipity in Color” work by Tünde Darvay, Governor’s Gallery Oklahoma State Capitol, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2037.

Downtown in December, Down-

town Oklahoma City,

Jewish Songwriters “Belong to the Land” of Oklahoma in Special Exhibit of “A Fine Romance,” 10 a.m., Rose State College, 6420 SE 15, 733-7402. (Midwest City)

“Holiday Show” featuring the photography of Nancy Werneke, 12 a.m., 50 Penn Place Art Gallery, 1900 Northwest Expressway, 8485567.

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

Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler (Park Hill)

“Terror on 10th Street’s Haunted Thanksgiving,” 6 p.m., Terror on 10th Street Haunted House, 2005 NW 10, 232-1816. (Oklahoma City )

Carter, Rick Fogarty and Clint Pope, 7 p.m., 354-8789. (Yukon)

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

THEATER “Annie,” 3 p.m., Poteet Theatre, 222 NW 15, 609-1023.

“ Flaming Idiots,” 2:30 p.m., Jewel Box Theatre, 3700 N Walker, 5211786.

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

Robert Rauschenberg: Prints from Universal Limited Art Editions , 1962-2008, Fred Jones Jr.

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


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Maysville Photographer Gigi Renee Webb’s “Reflections through Images of Small Town Oklahoma,” North Gallery of the state Capitol, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2020.

NOVEMBER 23 - DECEMBER 7

DOWNTOWN IN DECEMBER

“re:Collect/ Red Dirt Roots” work of native Oklahoman Angilee Wilkerson, Visions In The Paseo Art

Gallery, 2924 Paseo, 557-1229.

Oklahoma Arts Council presents “Serendipity in Color” work by Tünde Darvay, Governor’s Gallery

Oklahoma State Capitol, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2037.

Downtown in December, Downtown Oklahoma City,

Jewish Songwriters “Belong to the Land” of Oklahoma in Special Exhibit of “A Fine Romance,” Rose State College, 6420 SE 15, 733-7402. (Midwest City)

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

Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler (Park Hill)

MON

28

CONCERTS Lukas Nelson and Promise of the Real with Revoltaire, 8 p.m., Cain’s

Ballroom, 423 N Main, 918.584.2306. (Tulsa)

LIVE MUSIC JJ’s Alley, 212 E Sheridan, Billy Sullivan, 9:30 p.m., 605-4543.

The Deli, 309 White, The Damn

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

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

NIGHT LIFE Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W

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

HAPPENINGS “ Ghost Ranch and the Faraway Nearby,” exhibit by Craig Varjabedi-

an, National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, 1700 NE 63, 478-2250.

Robert Rauschenberg: Prints from Universal Limited Art Editions , 1962-2008, Fred Jones Jr.

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

The Performing Arts Studio and Jacobson House present an exhibit of Oklahoma Native American Art, The Performing

Oklahoma Arts Council presents “Serendipity in Color” work by Tünde Darvay, Governor’s Gallery

Jewish Songwriters “Belong to the Land” of Oklahoma in Special Exhibit of “A Fine Romance,” 10

“Holiday Show” featuring the photography of Nancy Werneke,

Downtown in December, Down-

“re:Collect/ Red Dirt Roots” work of native Oklahoman Angilee Wilkerson, Visions In The Paseo Art

town Oklahoma City,

The University of Central Oklahoma will offer a “série de films français,” or series of French

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

Arts Studio, 200 S Jones, 307-9320. (Norman)

Gallery, 2924 Paseo, 557-1229.

state Capitol, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2037.

a.m., Rose State College, 6420 SE 15, 733-7402. (Midwest City)

films, 7:30 p.m., University of Central Oklahoma, 100 N University Drive, 974-2000. (Edmond)

12 a.m., 50 Penn Place Art Gallery, 1900 Northwest Expressway, 8485567.

Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler (Park Hill)

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“Faded Elegance: Photographs of Havana by Michael Eastman and Photographs by Franco Mandini Ruiz, Oklahoma City Museum of Art,

415 Couch Drive, 236-3100.

TUE

29 CONCERTS Opera Scenes, 8 p.m., Catlett Music Center, 500 W Boyd, 325-4101. (Norman)

LIVE MUSIC Friends Restaurant & Club, 3705

W Memorial, The Clique, 8 p.m., 751-4057.

JJ’s Alley, 212 E Sheridan, Travis Linville, 6:30 p.m., 605-4543.

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

The Deli, 309 White, Vagabond

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

Red Piano Lounge, 1 Park Ave., David Morris, 5 p.m., 702-8555. Brass Bell Studios, 2500 NW 33, Aficionado, 7 p.m., 255-3607.

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

NOVEMBER 23 - DECEMBER 7 HAPPENINGS “ Ghost Ranch and the Faraway Nearby,” exhibit by Craig Varjabedian, National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, 1700 NE 63, 478-2250.

Robert Rauschenberg: Prints from Universal Limited Art Editions , 1962-2008, Fred Jones Jr.

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

Arts Studio, 200 S Jones, 307-9320. (Norman)

Art Exhibit: “Two Gals - Two Styles,” Summer Wine Art Gallery, 2928 B Paseo, 831-3279.

NE 3, 815-9995.

Center for Non Profits “Visions” dinner with Pat and Ray Potts honorees, 7 p.m., Oklahoma City

Golf & Country Club, 7000 NW Grand Blvd., 463-6886. (Nichols Hills)

“From Darkness to Light” Co-exhibit featuring Scott and Sohrabian, Paseo Originals, 2920 Paseo, 401-1865.

“re:Collect/ Red Dirt Roots” work of native Oklahoman Angilee Wilkerson, Visions In The Paseo Art

Gallery, 2924 Paseo, 557-1229.

Oklahoma Arts Council presents “Serendipity in Color” work by Tünde Darvay, Governor’s Gallery

“The Alley Cats: Christmas Doowop Show,” 7:30 p.m., East Central

“Dreamer 39: Art for Anderson’s Heart” fundraising exhibit,

Dreamer Concepts, 324 E Main, 7010048. (Norman)

Downtown in December, Down-

SPORTS

town Oklahoma City,

Oklahoma State University vs Alcorn State, 7 p.m., Gallagher-Iba

Jewish Songwriters “Belong to the Land” of Oklahoma in Special Exhibit of “A Fine Romance,” 10

University of Central Oklahoma vs University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma, 6 p.m., University of Central Oklahoma, 100 N University Drive, 974-2000. (Edmond)

OSU BASKETBALL

“Faded Elegance: Photographs of Havana by Michael Eastman and Photographs by Franco Mandini Ruiz, Oklahoma City Museum of Art,

415 Couch Drive, 236-3100.

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

WED

30

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

state Capitol, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2037.

Arena, 202 Gallagher Hall (Stillwater)

Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler (Park Hill)

Gallery, 1218 N Western, 831-2874.

The Performing Arts Studio and Jacobson House present an exhibit of Oklahoma Native American Art, The Performing

THEATER

University - Hallie Brown Ford Fine Arts Center, 920 E Main, (580) 5595751. (Ada)

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

a.m., Rose State College, 6420 SE 15, 733-7402. (Midwest City)

“Holiday Show” featuring the photography of Nancy Werneke,

12 a.m., 50 Penn Place Art Gallery, 1900 Northwest Expressway, 8485567.

CONCERTS Atomic Duo, 8 p.m., The Blue Door, 2805 N Mckinley, 524-0738. Brandon Jackson, 8 p.m., Wormy

Dog Saloon, 311 E Sheridan, 601-6276.

Unearth, Chimaira, Skeletonwitch and Molotov Solution, 7 p.m., Diamond Ballroom, 8001 S Eastern, 677-9169. The Wood Brothers, 8 p.m., Cain’s

Ballroom, 423 N Main, 918.584.2306. (Tulsa)

LIVE MUSIC Friends Restaurant & Club, 3705 W Memorial, The Clique, 8 p.m., 751-4057. The Point After Club, 6800 S I 35 Service Road, Ambiance Band Jam Session, 7 p.m., 778-8166. JJ’s Alley, 212 E Sheridan, Mitch Cason, 9:30 p.m., 605-4543. Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W Memorial, Stars, 9 p.m., 751-1547.

Remington Park Racing and Casino, 1 Remington Place, Slick

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

Firelake Grand Casino, 777 Grand Casino Blvd., Charles Scott Duo, 7 p.m., 964-7263. (Shawnee)

Red Piano Lounge, 1 Park Ave.,

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

Men’s basketball: Oklahoma State University vs Tulsa, 7 p.m., Gallagher-Iba Arena, 202 Gallagher Hall

(Stillwater)

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NIGHT LIFE Cee Gee’s Club, 309 S Coltrane, Karaoke, 9 p.m., 348-7555. (Edmond) Loony Bin Comedy Club, 8503

N Rockwell, Tommy Blaze, 8 p.m., 239-4242.

The Deli, 309 White, Deli All-star Jam, 9 p.m., 329-3534. (Norman)

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

SPORTS

NOVEMBER 23 - DECEMBER 7 Jewish Songwriters “Belong to the Land” of Oklahoma in Special Exhibit of “A Fine Romance,” 10 a.m., Rose State College, 6420 SE 15, 733-7402. (Midwest City)

OU BASKETBALL

“Holiday Show” featuring the photography of Nancy Werneke,

12 a.m., 50 Penn Place Art Gallery, 1900 Northwest Expressway, 8485567.

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

Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler (Park Hill)

“Faded Elegance: Photographs of Havana by Michael Eastman and Photographs by Franco Mandini Ruiz, Oklahoma City Museum of Art,

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

415 Couch Drive, 236-3100.

HAPPENINGS

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

202 Gallagher Hall (Stillwater)

“ Ghost Ranch and the Faraway Nearby,” exhibit by Craig Varjabedi-

an, National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, 1700 NE 63, 478-2250.

Robert Rauschenberg: Prints from Universal Limited Art Editions , 1962-2008, Fred Jones Jr.

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

The Performing Arts Studio and Jacobson House present an exhibit of Oklahoma Native American Art, The Performing

Arts Studio, 200 S Jones, 307-9320. (Norman)

Art Exhibit: “Two Gals - Two Styles,” Summer Wine Art Gallery,

2928 B Paseo, 831-3279.

“In Design: The Art of John-Paul Philippé,” The Untitled Artspace, 1 NE 3, 815-9995.

“re:Collect/ Red Dirt Roots” work of native Oklahoman Angilee Wilkerson, Visions In The Paseo Art

Gallery, 1218 N Western, 831-2874.

THU

01 CONCERTS “Yule Be Swingin’,” 8 p.m., UCO Jazz Lab, 100 E 5, 974-3375. (Edmond)

Boombox, Montu and DJ Jason Sterling, 8 p.m., Cain’s Ballroom, 423 N Main, 918.584.2306. (Tulsa) Cultural Arts Series: The Alley Cats, 7 p.m., Oklahoma City Commu-

nity College, 7777 S May, 682-1611.

Huey Lewis and the News, 8 p.m.,

First Council Casino, 12875 N Highway 77, (580) 448-3015. (Newkirk)

Gallery, 2924 Paseo, 557-1229.

Bracken Hale, 8 p.m., Wormy Dog

Oklahoma Arts Council presents “Serendipity in Color” work by Tünde Darvay, Governor’s Gallery

Design The Skyline, Lions Tigers

Oklahoma State Capitol, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2037.

“Dreamer 39: Art for Anderson’s Heart” fundraising exhibit,

Dreamer Concepts, 324 E Main, 7010048. (Norman)

Downtown in December, Downtown Oklahoma City,

Saloon, 311 E Sheridan, 601-6276.

Bears, Sound The Ruin, Skies, A Wolf A Liar and Eyes Wide Shut, 6:30 p.m., The Conservatory, 8911 N Western, 879-9778.

Eliot Lipp, 8 p.m., The Underground, 2415 N Walker, 414-6936.

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

Men’s basketball: University of Oklahoma vs Sacramento State, 7 p.m., Lloyd Noble Center, 2900 Jenkins, 325-4666. (Norman)

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Friends Restaurant & Club, 3705 W Memorial, The Clique, 8 p.m., 751-4057. The Point After Club, 6800 S I 35

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

Junior’s, 2601 Northwest Ex-

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

Saints Bar & Lounge, 1715 NW 16,

Got It Covered Video Series, 7 p.m., 602-6308.

NOVEMBER 23 - DECEMBER 7 “In Design: The Art of John-Paul Philippé,” The Untitled Artspace, 1

NE 3, 815-9995.

Oklahoma Arts Council presents “Serendipity in Color” work by Tünde Darvay, Governor’s Gallery

Oklahoma State Capitol, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2037.

DJ Vegas Tagus, 9 p.m., (405) 3777716. (Stillwater)

THEATER “The Christmas Show,” 7:30 p.m.,

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

Samantha Crain and Chris Bathgate, 8 p.m., The Blue Door, 2805 N

a.m., Rose State College, 6420 SE 15, 733-7402. (Midwest City)

“Holiday Show” featuring the photography of Nancy Werneke, 12 a.m., 50 Penn Place Art Gallery, 1900 Northwest Expressway, 8485567.

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

Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler (Park Hill)

terford Blvd., Burton Band, 9 p.m., 848-4782.

Sliders, 2616 S I 35 Service Road, Pointblank, 9 p.m., 672-6306.

Friends Restaurant & Club, 3705 W Memorial, The Clique, 8 p.m., 751-4057. Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar & Grill, 310 Johnny Bench Drive, Zach Felts, 8 p.m., 231-0254.

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

Holly Moorad, 8 p.m., 235-4410.

“ Flaming Idiots,” 8 p.m., Jewel Box Theatre, 3700 N Walker, 521-1786.

415 Couch Drive, 236-3100.

“ A Territorial Christmas Carol,” 8

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

The Point After Club, 6800 S I 35

NW 15, 609-1023.

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

“See How They Run,” 8 p.m., Oklahoma Christian University - Judd Theatre, 2501 E Memorial Road, 4255540. (Edmond) “The Best Christmas Pageant Ever,” 8 p.m., Civic Center Music Hall,

201 N Walker, 297-2264.

Gallery, 1218 N Western, 831-2874.

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

Robert Rauschenberg: Prints from Universal Limited Art Editions , 1962-2008, Fred Jones Jr.

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

Service Road, Mean Streak, 9 p.m., 778-8166.

Oklahoma City Limits, 4801 S East-

FRI

02

‘Dean Martin’s White Christmas,”

6:30 p.m., The Yellow Rose Dinner Theater, 1005 SW Fourth, 793-7779. (Moore)

Junior’s, 2601 Northwest Ex-

ern, Street Kings, 9 p.m., 619-3939.

Mickey Mantle’s Steakhouse, 7 S Mickey Mantle, Attica State, 7 p.m., 272-0777.

Firelake Grand Casino, 777 Grand

Casino Blvd., Electric Avenue, 9 p.m., 964-7263. (Shawnee)

Grady’s 66 Pub, 444 W Main, Jona-

CONCERTS

than Tyler and The Northern Lights, 8:30 p.m., 354-8789. (Yukon)

The Gentle Art of Floating, 9 p.m., Opolis Production LLC, 113 N Crawford (Norman)

Blue Note, 2408 N Robinson, Nikolas

Yule Be Swingin’, 8 p.m., UCO Jazz

Lab, 100 E 5, 974-3375. (Edmond)

Huey Lewis and the News, 8 p.m., Lucky Star Casino, 7777 N Highway 81, 262-7612. (El Reno)

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

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Kite, People People and Zebre, 9 p.m., 600-1166.

Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W

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

NIGHT LIFE Loony Bin Comedy Club, 8503

N Rockwell, Tommy Blaze, 8 p.m., 239-4242.

Downtown in December, Down-

“ Flaming Idiots,” 8 p.m., Jewel Box

Jewish Songwriters “Belong to the Land” of Oklahoma in Special Exhibit of “A Fine Romance,” 10

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

Waterford Marriott, 6300 Wa-

state Capitol, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2037.

town Oklahoma City,

Downtown in December, Down-

Michael Murphy’s Dueling Pianos,

Oklahoma Arts Council presents “Serendipity in Color” work by Tünde Darvay, Governor’s Gallery

NW 15, 609-1023.

The Nutcracker Ballet, 8 p.m.,

“Faded Elegance: Photographs of Havana by Michael Eastman and Photographs by Franco Mandini Ruiz, Oklahoma City Museum of Art,

“Annie,” 8 p.m., Poteet Theatre, 222

“Annie,” 8 p.m., Poteet Theatre, 222

LIVE MUSIC

NIGHT LIFE

Willies Saloon, 323 S Washington,

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

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

Dreamer Concepts, 324 E Main, 7010048. (Norman)

Jewish Songwriters “Belong to the Land” of Oklahoma in Special Exhibit of “A Fine Romance,” 10

N Rockwell, Tommy Blaze, 8 p.m., 239-4242.

Puscifer, 8 p.m., Brady Theater, 105

“The Christmas Show,” 8 p.m.,

Theatre, 3700 N Walker, 521-1786.

town Oklahoma City,

Loony Bin Comedy Club, 8503

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

THEATER

Mckinley, 524-0738.

“Dreamer 39: Art for Anderson’s Heart” fundraising exhibit,

Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701

W Memorial, Spazmatics, 9 p.m., 751-1547.

Kenny Rogers Christmas and Hits Tour with Billy Dean, 8 p.m., Hard

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

“ A Territorial Christmas Carol,” 8

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

“See How They Run,” 8 p.m.,

Oklahoma Christian University - Judd Theatre, 2501 E Memorial Road, 4255540. (Edmond)

“Christmas Opera: Amahl and the Night Visitors,” 7:30 p.m., Southern Nazarene University, 6729 NW 39 Expressway, 491-6345. (Bethany)

“The Best Christmas Pageant Ever,” 8 p.m., Civic Center Music Hall,

201 N Walker, 297-2264.

“Dean Martin’s White Christmas,” 6:30 p.m., The Yellow Rose Theater, 1005 SW Fourth, 793-7779. (Moore)

“The Fox on the Fairway,” 8 p.m., Carpenter Square Theatre, 800 W Main, 232-6500.

SPORTS Oklahoma City Barons vs. San Antonio Rampage, 7 a.m., Cox

Convention Center, 1 Myriad Gardens, 602-8500.

University of Oklahoma vs Sacramento 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.

Robert Rauschenberg: Prints from Universal Limited Art Editions , 1962-2008, Fred Jones Jr.

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

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

NE 3, 815-9995.

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

Waterford Marriott, 6300 Waterford Blvd., Burton Band, 9 p.m., 848-4782. Sliders, 2616 S I 35 Service Road, Pointblank, 9 p.m., 672-6306.

Stumbleys Bar, 116 S Main, An-

a.m., Rose State College, 6420 SE 15, 733-7402. (Midwest City)

gelical Tears, 8 p.m., (405) 564-5785. (Stillwater)

“Holiday Show” featuring the photography of Nancy Werneke,

Friends Restaurant & Club, 3705 W Memorial, The Clique, 8 p.m., 751-4057.

12 a.m., 50 Penn Place Art Gallery, 1900 Northwest Expressway, 8485567.

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

Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler (Park Hill)

“Faded Elegance: Photographs of Havana by Michael Eastman and Photographs by Franco Mandini Ruiz, Oklahoma City Museum of Art,

415 Couch Drive, 236-3100.

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

Gallery, 1218 N Western, 831-2874.

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

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

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

Junior’s, 2601 Northwest Ex-

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

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

Mickey Mantle’s Steakhouse, 7 S

SAT

03 CONCERTS “Yule Be Swingin’,” 8 p.m., UCO Jazz Lab, 100 E 5, 974-3375. (Edmond)

Mickey Mantle, Attica State, 7 p.m., 272-0777.

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

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

THEATER “The Christmas Show,” 2 and 8

Mimosa, 8 p.m., Cain’s Ballroom, 423

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

Eric Church, 9 p.m., WinStar World Casino & Hotel, Exit 1, I-35, (580) 2763100. (Thackerville)

“Annie,” 8 p.m., Poteet Theatre, 222

The Story Tour, 7 p.m., BOK Center,

Theatre, 3700 N Walker, 521-1786.

N Main, 918.584.2306. (Tulsa)

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

Bryan White Christmas Tour 2011, 7 p.m., ACM@UCO, 323 E Sheridan, 974-4700.

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

NW 15, 609-1023.

“ Flaming Idiots,” 8 p.m., Jewel Box “The Nutcracker Ballet,” 3 and 8 p.m., University Rupel J Jones Theatre, 563 Elm, 325-4101. (Norman) “ A Territorial Christmas Carol,” 2 and 8 p.m., Pollard Theatre, 120 W Harrison, 282-2800. (Guthrie) “See How They Run,” 8 p.m.,

Oklahoma Christian University - Judd Theatre, 2501 E Memorial Road, 4255540. (Edmond)


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“Christmas Opera: Amahl and the Night Visitors,” 11 a.m., Southern Nazarene University, 6729 NW 39 Expressway, 491-6345. (Bethany)

“The Best Christmas Pageant Ever,” 8 p.m., Civic Center Music Hall,

201 N Walker, 297-2264.

“Dean Martin’s White Christmas,” 6:30 p.m., The Yellow Rose Theater, 1005 SW Fourth, 793-7779. (Moore)

“The Fox on the Fairway,” 8 p.m., Carpenter Square Theatre, 800 W Main, 232-6500.

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

Robert Rauschenberg: Prints from Universal Limited Art Editions , 1962-2008, Fred Jones Jr.

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

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

NE 3, 815-9995.

Oklahoma Arts Council presents “Serendipity in Color” work by Tünde Darvay, Governor’s Gallery

state Capitol, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2037.

Downtown in December, Down-

town Oklahoma City,

Jewish Songwriters “Belong to the Land” of Oklahoma in Special Exhibit of “A Fine Romance,” 10 a.m., Rose State College, 6420 SE 15, 733-7402. (Midwest City)

SUN

04 CONCERTS Kinky Friedman, 8 p.m., The Blue

Door, 2805 N Mckinley, 524-0738.

Yukon Blonde and The Fling,

7:30 p.m., The Conservatory, 8911 N Western, 879-9778.

NOVEMBER 23 - DECEMBER 7 Sutton Concert Series: Christmas at OU, 3 p.m., Catlett Music Center, 500 W Boyd, 325-4101. (Norman)

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

The Naked and Famous, 8

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

The Ugly Christmas Sweater Concert, 7 p.m., Brady Theater, 105 W Brady, (918) 582-7239. (Tulsa)

LIVE MUSIC The Performing Arts Studio, 200

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

The Point After Club, 6800 S I 35

Service Road, Teddy Jack and the Alley Cats Open Jam, 8 p.m., 778-8166.

JJ’s Alley, 212 E Sheridan, Open Mic

with Jesse Cahn, 8 p.m., 605-4543.

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

NIGHT LIFE The Boom, 2218 NW 39, Dr.

Sketchy’s Anti Art School, 6 p.m., 601-7200.

JJ’s Alley, 212 E Sheridan, Stand Up

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

Loony Bin Comedy Club, 8503

N Rockwell, Tommy Blaze, 8 p.m., 239-4242.

THEATER Dr. Sketchy’s Anti Art School,

SPORTS Oklahoma State University vs Langston University, 5 p.m.,

Gallagher-Iba Arena, 202 Gallagher Hall (Stillwater)

University of Oklahoma vs Ohio State, 2 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.

Robert Rauschenberg: Prints from Universal Limited Art Editions , 1962-2008, Fred Jones Jr.

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

Oklahoma Arts Council presents “Serendipity in Color” work by Tünde Darvay, Governor’s Gallery Oklahoma State Capitol, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2037.

NW 15, 609-1023.

“ Flaming Idiots,” 2:30 p.m., Jewel Box Theatre, 3700 N Walker, 5211786.

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

Oklahoma Arts Council presents “Serendipity in Color” work by Tünde Darvay, Governor’s Gallery Oklahoma State Capitol, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2037.

Downtown in December, Down-

town Oklahoma City,

“Holiday Show” featuring the photography of Nancy Werneke, 12 a.m., 50 Penn Place Art Gallery, 1900 Northwest Expressway, 8485567.

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

Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler (Park Hill)

“Faded Elegance: Photographs of Havana by Michael Eastman and Photographs by Franco Mandini Ruiz, Oklahoma City Museum of Art,

415 Couch Drive, 236-3100.

Downtown in December, DownJewish Songwriters “Belong to the Land” of Oklahoma in Special Exhibit of “A Fine Romance,” 10 a.m., Rose State College, 6420 SE 15, 733-7402. (Midwest City)

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MON

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

CONCERTS My Morning Jacket, 7 p.m., Brady

Theater, 105 W Brady, (918) 5827239. (Tulsa)

Trapped Under Ice, Hundredth, Backtrack, Betrayal and Take Offense, 6:30 p.m., The Conservatory, 8911 N Western, 879-9778. OU Percussion Holiday Concert,

1:30 p.m., Catlett Music Center, 500 W Boyd, 325-4101. (Norman)

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

Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W

LIVE MUSIC

“ A Territorial Christmas Carol,” 2

HAPPENINGS

Friends Restaurant & Club, 3705 W Memorial, The Clique, 8 p.m., 751-4057.

“ Ghost Ranch and the Faraway Nearby,” exhibit by Craig Varjabedi-

NIGHT LIFE

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

The Best Christmas Pageant Ever,

2 p.m., Civic Center Music Hall, 201 N Walker, 297-2264.

LIVE MUSIC

“ Ghost Ranch and the Faraway Nearby,” exhibit by Craig Varjabedi-

Friends Restaurant & Club, 3705 W Memorial, The Clique, 8 p.m., 751-4057.

an, National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, 1700 NE 63, 478-2250.

Robert Rauschenberg: Prints from Universal Limited Art Editions , 1962-2008, Fred Jones Jr.

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

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

an, National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, 1700 NE 63, 478-2250.

Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W

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

The Point After Club, 6800 S I 35 Service Road, Ambiance Band Jam Session, 7 p.m., 778-8166.

Firelake Grand Casino, 777 Grand Casino Blvd., Piranha Brothers, 7 p.m., 964-7263. (Shawnee)

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

Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701

Oklahoma Arts Council presents “Serendipity in Color” work by Tünde Darvay, Governor’s Gallery

NIGHT LIFE

NE 3, 815-9995.

Oklahoma State Capitol, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2037.

Downtown in December, Down-

town Oklahoma City,

“Holiday Show” featuring the photography of Nancy Werneke, 12 a.m., 50 Penn Place Art Gallery, 1900 Northwest Expressway, 8485567.

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

Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler (Park Hill)

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

Cee Gee’s Club, 309 S Coltrane, Karaoke, 9 p.m., 348-7555. (Edmond) Loony Bin Comedy Club, 8503 N Rockwell, Ron Shock, 8 p.m., 2394242.

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

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

“Faded Elegance: Photographs of Havana by Michael Eastman and Photographs by Franco Mandini Ruiz, Oklahoma City Museum of Art,

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

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

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

415 Couch Drive, 236-3100.

NIGHT LIFE

The Nutcracker Ballet, 3 and 8

HAPPENINGS

town Oklahoma City,

6 p.m., The Boom, 2218 NW 39, 601-7200.

“Annie,” 3 p.m., Poteet Theatre, 222

Robert Rauschenberg: Prints from Universal Limited Art Editions , 1962-2008, Fred Jones Jr.

Gallery, 1218 N Western, 831-2874.

WED

07

Robert Rauschenberg: Prints from Universal Limited Art Editions , 1962-2008, Fred Jones Jr.

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

NE 3, 815-9995.

Oklahoma Arts Council presents “Serendipity in Color” work by Tünde Darvay, Governor’s Gallery

Oklahoma State Capitol, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2037.

Downtown in December, Downtown Oklahoma City,

CONCERTS 311 and DJ Soulman, 8 p.m., Brady Theater, 105 W Brady, (918) 5827239. (Tulsa)

Jason Boland and Evan Felker Acoustic, 8 p.m., Wormy Dog Saloon, 311 E Sheridan, 601-6276.

“Holiday Show” featuring the photography of Nancy Werneke, 12 a.m., 50 Penn Place Art Gallery, 1900 Northwest Expressway, 8485567.

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

Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler (Park Hill)

Dean Martin’s White Christmas,

6:30 p.m., The Yellow Rose Theater, 1005 SW Fourth, 793-7779. (Moore)

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Office Help Northwest Logistics Heavy Haul in Oklahoma City, OK is seeking office help. Order Entry and Assist with Dispatch, Accounts Payable, Driver Logs, and Filing. Fast Paced Environment, must be detail oriented, open-minded, and flexible. Knowledge of Accounting a plus, but not required Email resume to: personnel @nwlogistics.com or fax to: 580-254-3599 Pioneer Directional Drilling Looking for Experienced • Directional Drillers • Directional Drilling Coordinator • and experienced MWD Techs Apply online at www.pioneerdirectional drilling.com or fax resume to 405-789-1718. More info 405-789-1717. Sr. NDE Technician Perform NDE inspections at sites around the US utilizing skills in UT, PT, MT and RT with cutting-edge technology 5+ yrs exp, Lv II/III, MT,PT, UT,RT, Adv. UT, GUL or ET a + Health ins and 401k greg.atkinson@ gsinc.com

$$ Leads, Leads, Leads, Window & Siding Sales, LOCAL LEADS. Experience Required, may train. 405-512-8155

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No exp needed. Good pay and benefits, paid training, promotions, regular raises. HS grads ages 17-34. Call Mon-Fri 877-692-9562

Chiropractic Assistant Full time. Detail oriented. Organized. Energetic. Outgoing. Will train the right person. Apply in person Mon, 11/21, from 11-1, at 16618 N Western, Edmond. 513-5141. Customer Account Manager Sequoia Health Services is looking for person with Long Term Care or Assisted Living experience as an Administrator or Nurse to be a Customer Account Manager. Local travel required. Fax resume to Erin at 405-948-8741 or email to erin.glasson @omnicare.com Dental Assistant Dental assistant position avail in modern Edmond office. Exp. Email resume to apply.ident.com Dental Office Manager MWC, OK. Seeking business manager who can do payroll, file federal & state withholding. Must know Dentrix system, A/P & A/R. Monthly spreads are also skills needed. General business skills a must as well as familiarity with insurance billing codes. 5 employees total including dentist. Fridays off. Top pay for one with these skills & pleasant personality. Fax resume to 741-2977.

Health Care Worker/ CNA FT/PT preferred, but not required. 40 hr work week. Private residence, nice home and environment to work in. Caring for our son, a 28 year old male adult. Must be trainable, skilled in range and motion and personal lifting transfers. We will train if you do not have experience, but you must be reliable. Serious inquiries only. Tammy @ 822-9026 or 265-0971 or Cathy @ 602-2700. I-40 & Mustang Rd area. LINCARE, leading national respiratory company, seeks MEDICAL BILLING AND COLLECTIONS Specialist with attention to detail & strong communication skills. Responsible for accounts receivable from Medicare, Medicaid, insurance and patient accounts. Experience preferred. Great benefits and growth opportunities. EOE/DFWP. Submit resume to: Lincare, Inc. 4005 NW Expressway #210, Oklahoma City, OK 73116 Attn: Employment Opportunities. OR fax resume to: 8 4 8 - 5 7 5 1 Medical Assitant/LPN For doctor's office. Health insurance provided. Send resumes to The Oklahoman, Box #1988, P.O. Box 25125, Okla City, OK 73125-0125. Orthodontic Assistant FT positions for 2 multi tasking Assistants. X-Ray cert. a must. Front office exp. w/Billing Tx. Coord. Ortho exp. a plus. Fax resume to: 405-330-3960 or email to info@nandaorthodontics.com Perry Memorial Hospital Lab Equipment Coordinator Maintain and calibrate medical equipment, ensure accurate and proper functions. BS Engineering/Lab Tech. Mail resume: Perry Memorial Hospital, Human Resources, 501 14th Street, Perry, OK 73077 Pharmacy Billing FT position in Long Term Care pharmacy billing dept. Must have 1-3 yrs experience in customer service. Medicare/Medicaid and third party experience preferred. Full benefit package avail. Fax resume to 405-948-8741, Attn. Erin or email to erin.glasson@omnicare.com. Pharmacy Technician Busy Oncology Practice has an immediate opening for an experienced full time Pharmacy Technician. Oncology experience desired but not required. Margo Gonzales Phone (405)942-9200; Fax (405)942-9204 or email margo.gonzales@ csok.org RN’s, do your feet hurt? Give them a rest by working FT Eve/WE as a telephone triage nurse at HealthLink in NW OKC. Basic computer skills required. Fax resumes in confidence to Cathy Groves RN 440-8928 or email to CGROVES@vha.com Your feet will thank you! Surgical Technician Instructor Heritage College seeks an outgoing/energetic individual to help our students become successful. CST certified required. Training provided, FT + benefits. Send resume to LeeAnnM@ heritage-education.com Ultra Sound Tech Registered, Full time, needed for OKC mobile co. Contact James Smith at 918-740-0715.

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This Is A Great Job Use Your HTS skills for care of clients with disabilities. Various PT shifts in OKC Driver’s License/ insurance required. 3000 United Founders Blvd. Suite 221, OKC, EOE 405-879-9720 EOE

SIGN ON BONUS!! IMMEDIATE OPENINGS CLINICIANS (MDs, DOs, NPs, PAs)

TO MAKE HOUSE CALLS MON-FRI ONLY!!! » NO ON-CALL » NO NIGHTS » NO WEEKENDS!!! » Excellent Benefits » Malpractice Ins. Paid » Metro OKC FAX OR EMAIL CV TO:

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Physicians At Home, Inc.

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’’ 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

OKC substance abuse clinic seeks full-time Counselor. Sundays & holidays off. Benefits. Email resume: hr@missiontreatment.com Licensed Psychologist Needed for busy group practice 15 min. from OKC. Competitive pay. Fax CV 405-733-1334.

THERAPIST

CMA/Advanced CMA Beautiful assisted living community now hiring all shifts. Excellent working conditions and compensation Call 495-6870

Tri-City Youth & Family Center, Inc. School & Office Based Services Licensed or Licensed Eligible Submit resume to: msmith@tricityyfc.org

FT PA or NP

position for busy OKC Pulmonologist. Hours M-Th 9-5; F 9-3. No weekends, call or hospital rounds. Exc. medical benefits & malpractice ins. provided. Salary neg. based on exp. Will train new grad. Sign on bonus with contract avail. Fax resume to 405-947-4232

Bellman-Valet-Shuttle Positions available at the best locations. Apply at the Renaissance Hotel bellstand. 10 N. Broadway Ave OKC, OK

LPN

Beautiful Assisted Living Community in the NW OKC area seeking a committed, self motivated individual to work with the elderly. Medical, geriatric, supervisory skills & computer knowledge required. Previous nursing home experience a plus. Excellent working conditions. Please call 495-6870. LPN NEEDED School district has opening for experienced LPN. 12 mos pay. Work school days only. Apply at www.mid-del.net

Director of Human Resources/Metropolitan Library System Serves as a strategic partner and advisor to Library leadership to implement, administer and provide oversight to all of the Library's human resources functions. Bachelors Degree in Related field. 6 or more years of related exp. $75,899.20/ yr To apply visit our website at: http://jobs.metrolibrary. org

LPN

TRC needs LPN to Work 3-11 shift. Apply: 1215 NW 25th EOE

RN/SURGERY SCHEDULER

needed for busy urology clinic. ER/Trauma Care preferred but not necessary. Great benefits including: health, vision, dental & 401K. Please fax resume to: 405-239-2403

General Apartment Maintenance Basic electrical and plumbing required. HVAC a plus. F/T position for retirement community. 1 yr exp. Pay depends on exp. Benefits after 90 days. Apply at Town Village, 13000 N May, 297-9600 Landscape Laborer, 25 temporary pos, Felipe’s Lawncare, Oklahoma City, OK, 3/1/201211/30/2012. Move soil, equipment, materials, dig holes/trenches; install landscape & irrigation systems; weed, mulch, mow, trim, fertilize, prune, cleanup. No exp. req. will train, able to lift up to 50 lbs., drug testing pre-employment, criminal background check, 40 hrs/wk, OT varies, 8:00a-5:00p, M-F. Transportation provided from central location to multiple job sites in Oklahoma, Canadian, Logan, Cleveland, McClain & Pottawatomie Counties. We will offer a wage of $8.19/hr, $12.29/hr OT. We may be required to offer a wage of $10.82/hr, $16.23/hr OT for work performed on or after 11/30/11. Call 405923-8180 or fax resume 405-917-9818 or email: info@felipeslawncare.com Refer to JO#500812 MAINTENANCE For apt. complex, experience only, need knowledge of AC, heating & plumbing. Salary + apt. & benefits. NW area. 495-6870 THE UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL OKLAHOMA invites applications for the following position: General Maintenance I Performs general maintenance duties for residence halls, dining facilities and apartment buildings. Performs upkeep of equipment including preventative maintenance duties and repair. Performs tile setting, drywall, painting, lock and hardware repairs. Performs general maintenance and repair to cabinet doors and drawers, interior and exterior doors. Utilizes a basic knowledge of electrical, mechanical and plumbing systems to determine what repairs are needed and properly communicate scope of repairs if needed. Performs routine plumbing maintenance. Moves furniture and other items for the residence halls, apartments and related facilities as needed. Performs general repairs to furniture, appliances and other property of the residence halls, dining facilities and apartments. Salary: $9.97$10.55/hr plus benefits. This position will remain open until filled. On-Line applications required. For details or to apply, visit our website http://jobs.uco.edu Call 405-974-2327 for technical assistance

Companion: will do lite cooking, hsekpg or errands for Sr's or kids 664-7552 Experienced Home Health Aide will take care of you or your loved one. ¡ Call 405-889-1795 Live In Caregiver. Exp & reliable. Will do light housework & care for elderly. 455-7065

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

The City of Del City is accepting applications for Sanitation Heavy Equipment Operator. Must possess valid OK CDL-B with air brakes and acceptable driving record. Salary range $27,671 - $37,062 plus benefits. Apply by 5:00 pm November 30, 2011 at City Hall, 3701 SE 15th St, Del City, OK 73115. No phone calls. EOE.

Comanche Nation Housing Authority Executive Director position - responsible for the overall administration of the Housing Authority and reports to the CNHA Board of Commissioners. Applicants should have a 4 year college or university degree in Business Administration or an associated major and have demonstrated successful performance in an administrative position; or, a minimum of 5 years demonstrated successful work experience in the housing administration field. Candidates must have knowledge of NAHASDA, federal housing regulations and must have demonstrated supervisory performance of housing authority functions. The applicant must have the ability to effectively communicate both orally and in writing. Must pass drug test and have a valid OK driver's license. Bachelors Applications available at 402 SE F Ave, Lawton, OK and online at www.comanchehousing. com . Application deadline is 5:00 pm, December 1, 2011. Indian Preference.

THE UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL OKLAHOMA invites applications for the following position:

CNC PLC MAINTENANCE CMP Corporation seeking CNC Maintenance Techs. Must have at least 5 years exp. repairing CNC lathes, mills, grinders. Must have exp. with Fanuc controls, PLC and electronics repair; use multimeter/related tools. Welding and preventative maint. a plus, but not required. Must be willing to work overtime. Come work for great pay in a great environment. Clean climate controlled facility. SE OKC. Pay based on experience. Submit resume to hr@cmpcorp.com or call 405-672- 4544. EOE Site Manager 2 to 3 yrs. whse. manager experience working within a Manuf. Plant. Leadership skills, multiple tasking & able to complete daily duties. Communication skills & able to work in a fast pace environment. Send resumes @ Rodney.Bettinger@ SupplyTechnologies.com or Fax @ 918 438-7201 Warehouse Team Lead Supervisor/Management Exp & Basic PC Skills Req. FT M-F 6AM-3PM $12-$14 Paid Wkly Benefits offered Fax resumes to 302-482-8365

PART TIME WORK FULL TIME PAY Earn up to $100 or more daily taking applications for free cell phones with minutes. 972-641-6502

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Administrator

Seeking a licensed administrator for assisted living community located in NW OKC. Must have experience as an administrator for assisted living or nursing home. Management skills required. Some medical background is a plus. Call 495-6870

DXP Enterprises is hiring a Safety Trainer in Elk City 5 yrs. safety exp., a BS in Safety w/ 2 yrs exp., or energy industry exp. preferred. Valid driver’s license and clean record required. Apply online at dxpe.com or at 103 E. 20th St

DXP

Safety Services Division A real fit for HONEST PERSON TO WORK AT HOME W/ BENEFITS CO. APR. $700.00 WK PT/FT 877-672-9048

KORNHAAS CONSTRUCTION, Inc. Well established 38 year old Company has opening for a construction superintendent. Successful applicant must have minimum 5 years experience in commercial/industrial construction in a supervisory position. Excellent salary and benefits. Please email or fax resume and salary history to Kornhaas Construction, Inc., Ardmore, OK. EOE 580-223-1316 kkornhaas@ kornhaas.com All inquiries will remain strictly confidential.

Part / Full Time Teller Seeking experienced tellers. Must have strong communication and interpersonal skills. Dependability and accuracy is a must. Please fax resume to 405.809.1714

LOAN/COLLECTON OFFICER Underwright consumer loans & collect delinquent loans both according to policy & procedure. Associates degree in business, five years consumer lending with emphasis on risk based lending & consumer collection experience. Familiarity to bankruptcies & repossessions. Salary position commensurate with experience. Hours 8-4:30 Mon-Fri. Insurance & matching retirement plan provided. Fax resume to 405-272-6379

PCI is seeking Operations Research Analysts I (9). Must have a Bachelors degree in Eng, Comp Sci, Fin, Info Sys, or Bus Admin. 3yr foreign degree equivalent to US bachelors degree is acceptable. Qualified applicants mail resume to: PCI, 3550 W Robinson St. Ste 200, Norman, OK 73072.

Business Development Specialist Provides management counseling which includes business plans for strategic planning and financing, marketing, accounting, finance, production, facilities, etc. for existing and prospective businesses. Performs one on one client consultation, and work on attaining individual consulting goals set forth by the State Director. Participates in workshops and seminars designed to enhance one on one consulting efforts. Works with Regional and State Director in outreach of consultation and training for small communities within the assigned region and determines the most effective use of resources. Assists in maintaining a regional listing of qualified resource persons including students, faculty, professional private practice consultants, SBA's SCORE/ACE organizations and volunteer consultants to provide counseling and training. Prepares required reports for all counseling cases, training activities, monthly department reports, and all other paperwork required for program documentation. Salary: $32,000/yr plus benefits. Bachelor’s degree required. Primary duty station is Norman, with time spent at the Downtown Oklahoma City office. This position will remain open until filled. On-Line applications required. For details or to apply, visit our website http://jobs.uco.edu Call 405-974-2327 for technical assistance


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Buffalo Wild Wings Now Hiring Experienced Managers Email resume to: bwwjosh@yahoo.com COOK needed for NW OKC retirement center. Experience preferred. Must be able to work flexible hours. Apply in person to 12525 N. Pennsylvania Ave. Experienced Cook Wanted. FT and PT. Excellent pay. Start immediately. Send resume to: diningservices@ mansionatwaterfordslc.com

PREP COOK & GRILL COOK for Carsonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Catering south side location. Call 405-990-4699

SHELL Gas Station CASHIERS Apply at NE 23rd & I-35. Evenings & Weekends, We Background Check .

Amazing Business Earn $1K-$4K/month PT. $10K/$1,000,000 bonus for builders. Incentive trips. Fun. 405-824-3668. AUTO SALES No exp. necessary. $1500 + Comm + Bonus. Apply at 29th & S. Walker or call Mike @ 631-8500. Insurance Agents Looking for a Home? If so, American Republic Insurance Company offers free leads, top commissions, bonuses, star training, advancement, trips and great products! We need positive, honest people with good work ethics. Call 405-286-4146 Marketing position for Nat'l Disaster Restoration Co. Fire, water, mold restoration services. Salary + bonus + benefits. Apply: 555 N. ANN ARBOR, Okc P.S.R. Material Handling Company seeking individual for "PSR" position. Computer & sales experience a must. Great pay & benefits. Please send resume to 405-681-4513, ATTN: CALVIN or CWOODS@SOONERLIFT.COM

Sales Rep

Are you a deal maker? Highly Motivated? Fast Growing co. looking for right person for potential high paying career. Professional Sales & Account management experience. Degree in business or equivalent experience. Good comm. skills and positive attitude are a must. Great benefits after 90 days. Must pass back ground/drug test. Email resumes: bartholomew@ htassets.com

ALARM TECHS

OK Alarm License a must. Paid vacation & holidays, competitive wages, vehicle, cell & laptop provided. Email resumes to: okalarmtechs@yahoo.com or call 405-586-0287.

CNC MACHINISTS CMP CORPORATION PAYS TOP DOLLAR FOR EXPERIENCED CNC LATHE, MILL and GRIND OPERATORS! 3 years exp. w/ program, setup, operation req. Must have exp. with FANUC controls, G & M codes and able to read blueprints. Come work in a clean, climate controlled facility. Great $$$ and benefits, Email hr@cmpcorp.com or call 405672-4544 today! EOE

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

Diesel Mechanic

"Horizontal Well Drillers, looking to hire Diesel Mechanic. Must have experience with various types of semi trucks and equipment. Experienced in DOT Inspections. Able to order parts online and maintain inventories. Ability to maintain a clean work environment is mandatory. Valid DCL with clean MVR. 2 years minimum experience. Pay up to $25.00 per hour DOE plus benefits." Horizontal Well Drillers 2915 St HWY 74 South Purcell, OK 73080 405-527-1232 www.hwdrillers.com DRYWALL HANGERS & METAL STUD FRAMERS Now hiring for new 52 story tower downtown. Must have tools & commercial experience. $13-$17*** APPLY IN PERSON TO: Marek Brothers Systems 1522 W. Main OKC, OK 73106 214-869-6834 Electrical Journeyman Needed. 2 yrs exp. in commercial. Email ccwelectric1@ yahoo.com or call for appt. 255-9439. ELECTRICAL JOURNEYMAN & APPRENTICE. Minimum 2 yrs residential exp. Top pay. Lots of work! 405-949-2790 FRAMERS NEEDED for residential and commercial work. Must have own transportation. Call 306-0435. GLAZIER/FABRICATOR Needed for storefront installation. Exp. Required. Residential & service a plus. Great benefits. Apply at 2380 Industrial Blvd. Norman e-mail resume to randy@ accentglassservices.com or fax 405-360-5805

Lead Glazier-experience in curtainwall, storefront, door hardware & leadership skills. We offer competitive pay, good benefits, clean work environment. For details please call 405-573-7655 Binswanger Contract Glazing Division Fax your resume to 405-364-3473 or E mail: dmarshall@ binswangerglass.com Great White Pressure Pumping has an immediate opening for a

Field Maintenance Supervisor

Responsibilities will be to supervise, coordinate and perform the field maintenance, repair, replacement of mechanical & electronic components of oilfield equipment. Supervise the department staff in accordance with company policies and procedures.Experience required: Vocational Training or Two-Year associate degree from technical institution or equivalent military, formal or informal. Or 10yrs oilfield pumping services or related electrical/ mechanical troubleshooting and repair experience. As well as experience in computer repair and applications: Windows, Microsoft Office and Outlook. Winfrac and S.M.A.R.T.S knowledge a plus. Pay will be based on experience. We offer great benefits such as company matched 401k at 6%, Paid Medical, Dental and Life. Paid Time Off, 10 paid holidays. Submit resumes to CPollock@GreatWhiteEnergy.com or apply in person at 1212 Merrick Drive Ardmore, OK EOE/ Drug Free workplace NORMAN DOOR & PLYWOOD Is seeking to fill FT Woodworking Position. Woodworking skills required. H-ins, 401K, paid vac., weekends off. Apply @ 2300 Research Park Blvd â&#x20AC;˘ 329-4221

PLUMBERS

Licensed repair. Good benefits. Call 619-7900 or 627-6072 Repair Technician Residential phone repair tech needed for local phone company. Full Time, M-F and some Sat. Repair jacks/lines inside customer homes. Lots of driving all over the State of Oklahoma. Transportation provided. Must be dependable, clean driving record and able to pass a drug screen. Benefits after 90 days. Pay is DOE. Please email resume to: HR@utphone.com


Best Well Services, LLC is hiring experienced Class A CDL w/Tanker endorsement DRIVERS to haul water. Medford/Enid Area (ask about our: relocation reimbursement up to $1000 after 90 days) Average Pay $70K+ yr Medical & Dental Ins. Basic Life Ins & AD&D Paid Vacation 401K plan w/matching company contribution Must be 21yrs or older CLEAN MVR & Criminal history Must be able to pass a drug test Oilfield Experience a plus but not required Contact Terry at 580-741-1312 Bob Tail/Semi Truck Driver Hiring truck drivers for on site, export and import hauling dirt/gravel. Class A CDL, clean mvr, medical card, drug test required. Based on experience Wesley Estell Excavating 405-672-4747 1701 SE 25th Okc, Ok. Bus Driver-PT http://mntechnology. com/about-mntc/ employment-opportunities

Class A CDL

Oilfield Drivers Needed Must have a clean MVR, pass a drug test and live in the OKC area. (405)376-1555

Driver/Warehouse Position Tulco Oils, Inc. is seeking an experienced, dependable, and safe driver. Class A or B CDL with Hazmat & Tanker. Starting pay: $13.00 per hour. Apply at: 1000 S. High Ave., OKC 405-323-1186

DRIVER

Regional. OTR and Teams. Solos start up to .38 cpm. Teams start at .46 cpm. 2011 Prostars and Cascadias. Family Medical and Dental, 401k, Paid Vacation. CDL-A and 15 months OTR required. Call 877-826-4605 or apply online at www.drivefortango.com Please email resumes to: recruiting@ tangotransport.com

QUALIFICATIONS: Valid Standard Drivers License Clear MVR Required Heavy Lifting (50lbs consistently) No felony convicitons Pass a Drug Screen BENEFITS PACKAGE: Company pays 80% premium Medical/Dental Insurance Health/Dependent Flex Spending Accounts Company Paid Life Ins. Short & Long Term Disability Matching 401K Vacation & Holiday APPLICATIONS AVAIL AT

THE UPS STORE 5030 N MAY OKC 73112 FAX TOLL FREE 866-833-5150

jarboesales.com Drivers Wanted for the Christmas Season US Mail Contractor is hiring drivers for the month of December. Retirees Welcome. Requirements: 25 yrs of age, 2 yrs tractor trailer experience, no prior felonies, DOT physical & drug screen. Estimated pay is $20 per hour. Applications taken Mon-Fri 9am-3pm. Apply at 1301 S. Walker, OKC 73109 800-488-3575 EOE

Fleet Coordinator Northwest Logistics has immediate openings for Fleet Coordinators. Multiple shifts available, including nights. Responsibilities include dispatch, customer/driver interaction, and meeting delivery schedules. Must be computer literate, flexible, and adapt quickly. Must make sensible decisions under pressure and possess a strong work ethic. Pay based upon qualifications. Great benefits package. Inquiries call: (580) 2548070 ext.116 or submit resume to person nel@nwlogistics.com or Fax # (580) 254-3599.

REFUSE ROUTE DRIVER

Waste Connections in Oklahoma City is now hiring and offering a sign on Bonus up to $2000 for a Safe and Professional CDL refuse route driver to join our team! Must have: » valid CDL license » satisfactory driving record. » ability to pass a criminal background check and drug screen We offer: » Steady Monday thru Friday work with occasional Saturday hours. » Great Medical, Dental and Vision Benefits! » Competitive pay and Over Time!! » Family friendly environment » Apply online www. wasteconnections.com Waste Connections is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer (M/F/D/V) Van Eaton Ready Mix NOW HIRING Mixer Drivers in Edmond, Norman & Shawnee Class A or B 35hrs/wk Guaranteed Clean MVR, 2 Years Driving Experience 214-7450 Shawnee 844-2900 Edmond 912-4825 Norman EOE

Local Delivery Driver Join Fresh Point, North America's leading and most respected fresh produce distributor. Class A & B Drivers needed to join our team for daily local delivery routes to your favorite restaurants. Send resumes to kelly.potter@ freshpoint.com www.freshpoint.com is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Oilfield Winch/Gin Truck Drivers needed. Must be at least 23 yrs of age, have at least 2 yrs verifiable driving experience, Class A CDL, ability to pass DOT physical & drug testing. 405-601-3884

PIEDMONT OPEN SAT 2-4 & SUN 2-5 Model home. New hms on 1/2 ac lots. From NW Expwy & Sara Rd go 4.5 mi N Cleaton & Assoc 373-2494 HOMES WITH LAND 2bd 4O A 1O bath cellar 4bd 1N A 1O bath trees 2bd M/H 3O A large trees 2-3bd 2K A animal shed 2bd unfin 5A private Milburn o/a 275-1695 Norman: Extra Sharp 2bd Home w/1car garage, tastefully decorated, ch/a, park like O acre lot, nice area, only $93,900 Fidelity RE 410-4300, 692-1661 CASHION ACREAGES 6-12 ac tracts starting @ $25,000 w/owner fin possible Lisa Cleaton & Assoc 373-2494 Call for Maps! See why we sell more acreages than anyone in Okla. E of OKC. o/a 275-1695

Condo NW 51 & Portland 2bed, 1.5ba, 990sf, 2nd floor, carpeted, A/C, pool. Water, gas heat, trash paid. Quiet, no pets. $27k to buy or $580/m to lease. 210-1724.

Farms, Ranches For Sale, Okla. 308 Public Auction Joy Ok 69 Acre Equine Facility Thursday, Dec 1, 2011 10:00am Cedar Siding home w/ Metal Roof, 121'x70' Horse Barn, Indoor Arena, Outdoor Arena, Cutting Arena & Horse Walker For Info 405-238-4512 or 405-542-3837 www. tillmansauction.com Tillman Auction

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Tri-level 4/3/2 workshop .80 acre 1969sf, 2008 roof, outbuildings. Closing costs $97K Rlty Exprts 414-8753

FHA/VA Financing Avail Updated 4/2/1 near Tinker ch/a, new paint, carpet. Warranty + closing costs $69.9KRlty Exprts 414-8753

HUNTING HUNTING 40A Caddo Co. $40,000 40A Caddo Co $60,000 160A Irrigation potential Tillman Co $1700/acre 160A Caddo Co $200,000 232A both sides Otter Crk, hunting/farm land $278,400 255A near Chickasha $565K 342A Kiowa Co river front hunting/farm land $350K 320A Wichita Mtn, remote & refuge like $480,000 910A Excellent Hunting & Pasture $795/acre Girl Scout Camp near OKC, Gorgeous Call Tumbleweed Terr. RE John McElroy 580-569-4213

1710 N Douglas, 3/1, .4A, 30K, and 508 Christine 3/1 + lg bldg, .84A 27.5K 417-2176 www.homesofokcinc.com OWNER CARRY 3bd 1ba 1car ch&a fncd $3K dwn 1301 McGregor 348-2108

3 bed, 2 bath, remodeled, 1210sf 2316 NW 37th $99,500 820-1128

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Salary Starts $22,905 + Bonus

OILFIELED DRIVERS/ RIG MOVING CREW D&D Equipment is looking for experienced Oilfield & OTR Drivers, Winch Truck, Stepdeck, Tandem, Gin Truck & Forklift Operators & Swampers to assist with rig down/up. Winch & Stepdeck driving positions require a Class A CDL & 3 years verifiable experience. Competitive wages, vacation, insurance compensation packages, and safety/ performance bonus. Call 405-478-1105.

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Bus Drivers For Western Heights Schools. CDL-Class A or B with P and S endorsements needed. Good pay with great benefits. Apply at 8401 SW 44th or call 261-6753.

Established Liquor Wholesaler WILL TRAIN!! MONDAY - FRIDAY Day shift hrs - No Wkends

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WELDER/DRIVER 1 position-Utility bores Class A CDL req'd with welding experience. S&S Road Boring 5616 S Rockwell, 745-4448

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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

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Service Department Technician IC Motors, Diesel, Electric, Hydraulics. Must have clean driving record. Good pay. Good benefits. Training available. 405-306-3351. Preferred Material Handling, Inc, 813 SE 84th, OKC, OK 73149.

5 acres 4500 sq ft., custom pool, storm shelter, FP, opportunity of a lifetime! $219,000 cash. 301-6495 Nice 3bd Brick Home 2ba 2car in excellent well maintained area. Only $69,900 Fidelity Real Est 410-4300, 692-1661 Bank Owned 3/2/2 2035sf + enclosed patio/sauna, corner lot, PC Sch $109.9k Realty Experts 414-8753 Will fin. 4621 NW 33 TR 4/2.5/2 2582’ 417-2176 www.homesofokcinc.com

Brick 3bd 1O ba 2 car all appl, lg. yard $84,485. Call Michelle @ 670-1411

Special Gov't Program! Own Land/Family Land ZERO DN! Instant Rebates up to $10,000. Use for lower price, furniture, land improvement. Huge Savings! New & Repo Homes avail. E-Z process & app by phone. WAC 405-631-7600 $5000 Towards Your New Home! You Pick the Home, You Pick the Lot! 9 MH Communities in SW/NW/SE (Moore) MWC/Choctaw. Call for Details 405.326.5728 3 Bed, 2 Bath ready! Granada Village MHP Cash Sales Price $9,999! www.midstatehousing.com 405.527.5669 Abandoned D/W set up on 3.3 Acres All improvements & huge deck. Ready to move in!! 405-631-7600

OWNER FINANCING $2000 down No Credit Ck 412 SW 45 3/1 $52,000 2509 SW 39 3/1 $51,000 596-4599 » 410-8840 2 houses on 3/4 acre. Each house +/- 1200 sf Great opportunity. $37,900 cash 301-6495 Open House 2-4, 2736 SW 84. Moore Schs 3/2/2, NM Rlty 823-7519

Over 70 Foreclosures on Land or 0 down w/ your land. wac 405-631-3200 Rent to Own: Nice 2&3bd MWC $350&up 390-9777 Repo DW 32x70 4 or 5bd Call 517-5000, 517-5003

5824 S. Shartel Avenue Very Nice 2 bed, 1 bath, 1 car $43,500 ¡ 550-2145

AUCTION

PRICE RED! 4/2/3 on .28 ac mol. A must see! $172,000 BEAUTIFUL 4bd 2.5ba w/off on 1 ac mol. 30' abv grnd pool w/huge deck $217,500 NEW HOME 3bd 2ba approx 1442' on .21 ac mol $144,900 Lisa Cleaton & Assoc 373-2494

NICE BRICK HOME - OKC 6024 N Meridian Place Household Furnishings, Pinball Machines MON., NOV. 28th 10 AM Preview: 11/13, 27 2-3pm & 11/22 5:30-6:30pm 866-874-7100 LippardAuctions.com

Beautiful home on acreage in Newcastle. 15 min to OKC or Norman 2239 Park Ave 5bed, 2.5ba, 2717sqft 2006 1.04 ac., $295,000 Jami Woodall MLS#470666 405-274-2161

PIEDMONT OPEN SAT 2-4 & SUN 2-5 Model home. New hms on 1/2 ac lots. From NW Expwy & Sara Rd go 4.5 mi N Cleaton & Assoc 373-2494

Hunting Property

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S. Texas ranch, 11000+/ac, great hunting & fishing, Broker 254-770-8770 40 ACRES HUGHES CO. $25,000. 405-886-1643

Business Property For Rent Hair salon, Memorial and N Western area, partially furnished, call or text 414-7585

Or...$5000 towards a New Home. 9 Communities in NW, SW, SE (Moore), MWC, Choctaw...Call for details 405.326.5728

» 12109 Windmill Rd PCN Extra Nice 3bd/2ba/2car FP $875 Nov 30. 721-1831

Very nice 3bd 2ba 2car, alarm, FP, wetbar, brick, $875/mo. 787-1308

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

» Free Rent Til 2012 » 1 & 2 bedrooms. Spring Tree Apartments. 405-737-8172.

310 S. Lahoma nice 1bd apartment, clean, all bills paid Fidelity Real Estate 410-4300, 692-1661

$100 Off

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

K off first month Country Creek Apts, lease a studio, 1 or 2 bed in Nov & get K off first full month's rent. Call today! 405-691-0115.

Luxury Town Homes 2-3 bed, 2 bath, 2car garan full size w/d, gated from $800. 789-3705

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

$189 FIRST MONTH Quiet / Carports / Gated Military Disc 416.5257 MOMENTUM PROP MGMT

Houses for rent

Furnished/Unfurnished Bills Paid » Wkly/Monthly Wes Chase Apts, Elk Horn Apts, Hillcrest 370-1077 MOVE N SPECIAL San-Tee Apts, Sm. Eff, $275 a month 685-2909

495-2000

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

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

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Walford Apts-Midtown518 NW 12 large 1bd 1ba 1100sf $850mo $400dep washer/dryer hookup. Studio 600sf $650mo $400 dep. Basement efficiency $400mo $300dp 409-7989 $169 FIRST MONTH Huge floor plans FREE > NO APP FEE 416-5259 TUSCANY VILLAGE »» ALL BILLS PAID »» Simply Wonderful $9 APP FEE 293-3693 DREXEL ON THE PARK

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

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Condominiums, Townhouses For Rent 441 8012 NW 7th Pl Unit 324 Thousand Oaks Condos (1 blk W of Council on NW 10th) Extra sharp 1bd washer, dryer, fridge, stove, storage closet, wood deck. Tenant pays elect only, $500. Fidelity RE 410-4300, 692-1661

GREAT Office Space Various NW locations 300-6000sf 946-2516

Warehouse Space For Rent

Oakwood Apts 5824 NW 34 1bed 1bath 800sf $325 mo $175/dep. You pay electric only 409-7989

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

$99 FIRST MONTH 2B-1B, New Make Over $9 APP FEE THE BELMONT 455-8150

3/2/1 1400sf, kit appls fenced 4/2/1 year lease, $750+, 454-2314/664-3751

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 Sec. 8 ok Brick 4bd 1.5ba 1car fenced yd, ch/a $650 Malones M-F 670-1411 Nice brick home, 3/1.5/2, fenced bkyrd, ch&a, new paint, sec 8 ok, 990-6016 MOVE IN SPECIAL 3629 Teal Dr. 2bd 1bath, $475 a month 408-5836

2256 Melody 4/2/2 $1350 2109 Gebron 3/2/2 $950 1105 Jamestown3/2/2$1195 Express Realty 844-6101 www.expressrealtyok.com Large 4bd off Santa Fe, gated, comm pool/rec center. $1700/mo 440-2095 3/2/2, 1400sf mol, all elect, ch/a, 308 Cherryvale Rd $995mo $995dep 370-1077

408 Babb, 1 bed duplex near TAFB, Mid-Del Schls, 1ba, CH&A, W/D hkup, fenced backyard, $445/mo. 405-413-1834.

FREE RENT TIL 2012 Newlyremodeled1,2&3beds Putnam Green 405-721-2210 Briargate Apts 1bd 1ba 1718 N Indiana 850sf, wood floors, elec only $525mo $250 dep, 409-7989 No Sec 8

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

523.5 SW 26 (&Walker) 1bed 1ba 800sf garage apt $325/mo $175 dep 409-7989 no sec 8

CAVE CREEK ON ROCKWELL 3037 North Rockwell

Must See! 2bd 2din appls h/w flrs NW 18/Penn $545 no pets no sec8. 301-5979

Moore schl 2/2/2 FP fncd ch&a, lam flrs $725+ $400 dep. avail now 721-9752

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

1708K NE 15th, 1 bed, 1 living, 1 bath, 1 kitchen, $380 month + water & electric, 405-474-1904.

» Large 2 bd » 2 K ba » 1500 sf, fp, wet bar, 2 car, PC Schools » $820/mo, No Section 8. 831-8218 7000 Pebble Lane, OKC

Near Tinker, newly remodeled 3 bd 2 ba, fncd $800+dep. 405-595-7655

HEFNER ROAD & MAY, 2/2/2, 2531 W Hefner Rd appt only $900¡843-5853

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New I-35 frontage bldg for rent: ofc/shop/whse, 1900sf $800mo 412-7665

Office Space For Rent

$100 lot rent for 6 months. Move Your Mobile Home FREE!

109 London Lane, 3/2/2, ch&a, fp, $750/mo+$350 dep, sec 8 ok, 324-2611.

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

787-1620

Commercial RE

MOVE IN SPECIAL 902 and 908 N. Gardner 3bd, 1.75 baths, fireplace $550/mo 408-5836

1 Month Free!

7301 NW 23rd

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

» MOVE IN SPECIAL » LARGE 1, 2 & 3 BEDS Rockwell Arms, 787-1423

2bd $575 Casady751-8088

$100 off

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

New Luxury Duplex 13516 Brandon Place 3/2/2, fp, Deer Creek Schls, near Mercy842-7300

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

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

3 bed, 1.5 bath, FP, ch&a, 2 car, $675 + dep. 10018 Caton Pl 769-8800

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

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 1200 Lauren Ln 3/1.5/1 CH/A $700 and 206 W Jacobs 3/1 $600. Both nice. 732-3411 MOVE IN SPECIAL 1016 Willowbrook 3bd 1.5 baths w/den $750/mo 408-5836

Awesome, remodeled. New paint in & out. 3bd 1.5bd 2c fp ch&a $1000 mo. $600 dep. No pets. 410-9751 Move-in ready! 4bd, 1K ba, 1 car, 2 carport, fp, 1400sf, walk to school, $850/mo + $850 dep. Background & income check. No pets. 473-6400

2003 2bd 1ba, master w/vanity, ch&a, never rented, E of I35 @ NE 122 $800mo $800dp $50 cred chk, 405-615-1554 aft 5 1020 Clover Ln 1200sf 3bed 2ba $775 mo, $600 dep 409-7989 no sec 8 4810 Casper, Nice 3/1/1 CH/A $600 • 732-3411

7525 NW 134 3/2/2 $1495 2440 Huntleigh 3/2/2 $895 12304WalnutCrk3/2/2 $995 2243 Dublin 3/2/2 $925 Express Realty 844-6101 www.expressrealtyok.com 2437 NW 52nd St. 3/2/2 w/covered carport & patio fp, 2230sf. Fncd, corner lot 2min from Penn Sq Mall only $1200mo $1200 dep. no sec 8. 503-4817 3232 Brushcreek, in Quail Creek on the golf course, 3 bed, 2.5 bath, 2 car, 1 FP, $2275 mo, $2000 dep, 831-0825. Newly remodeled, 2 bed, 1 bath, 1 car, wood floors $650 mo, $500 dep, 1244 N. St. Clair, 615-2750. MOVE IN SPECIAL 9417 N. McKinley 2bd 1 bath $550 a month 408-5836 7212 NW 121st, PCN Schools, 4 bed, 3 bath, 2000 sf, $1200 per mo + dep, 755-0015, co. 3325 NW 26th Clean upstairs 2bed 1.5 bath ch&a $600mo + $300dep + app fee. 602-0603 1509 NW 147th, 4 bed, 3 bath, 2 liv, 2 din, 2900 sf, Edmond Schls, $1950 per mo + dep, 755-0015, co. OCU-SATP lrg historical 3 bd, 2 ba, hardwood flrs + cottage. Gas logs. $550+dep. TI. 524-0222 3220 NW 33rd sharp 2bd home, 1car, nice area, fresh paint. Only $495 Fidelity410-4300, 692-1661 New Home 8604 NW 125 3/2.5/3, 2620sf, study, bonus, $2200mo $2200dp $500 pet 245-6857 Ski Island, 3bd, 2ba, 2liv areas, FP, 1850sf, 2car gar, private yard PC Schls Ray, 740-4108 637 NW 109th 3bd 2ba 2car 1300sf $825mo $800 dep, no Sec 8 409-7989 1018 N. Lackey 2bed, 1ba, $475 Call 903-523-9060--No Sec.8


4/2.5/3 $2000 Edm; 3/2/2 $1100 Yukon; 3b/2b $650/$500 mwc 205-2343 Nice 2bd liv din h/wflrs w/d hkup appls 2908 NW 18 $595 no pets no sec8. 301-5979 2/1/1, $500/month, CH&A, washer & dryer hook up. 405-831-0207 »» SECTION 8 OK»» 3 bed, 1149 NW 81st, $795 per mo, 942-3552 3 bed, 2913 N. Vermont$750; 2 bed condo, 3201 NW 50th-$695. 640-7209 3b 2b 2c, FP, new carpet & paint, big kitch. $1000 4317 Holiday Pl 990-6797 3200 NW 31, Nice 2bd & nbrhd, ch&a, stg bldg, util. rm, No 8. $575 833-2617

4 bed, 2 bath, ch&a, 1535 NW 29th, $675 mo, no section 8, 820-4507.

3324 SE 57, 3/2 CH/A $700. 5533 Huddleston, 3/2/2 CH/A $900. 4201 SE 45, 3/1 $550. All nice. 732-3411 343 SE 49th spacious 2bed home on corner lot, ch/a, well kept area, only $550 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 617 SE 73rd. 4 bed 2 bath $895 mo + dep. call Lisa 520-4248 Nice 3bed 1bath 1 car garage ch&a $650mo $650 dep. 562-650-4491

528 SW 102nd Spacious 4bd home 2ba 2car, large kitchen w/center island, fireplace, great area, Westmoore Schls. Only $1250 Fidelity Real Est 410-4300, 692-1661 325 SW 92nd Extra sharp spacious 2bd patio home w/2ba 2car garage, ch/a, fp only $950 Fidelity RE 410-4300, 692-1661

1420 Williams Dr, Real nice, 2bed, 1bath, gar, no pets, no section 8, $575 mo, $500 dep, 691-5479. MOVE IN SPECIAL 1709 SW 16th, 2bd 1 bath, garage, $425 a month 408-5836 MOVE IN SPECIAL 1342 Broderson Cir. 3bd 1.5 bath 1 car garage, $625 a month. 408-5836 3 bed, 1 3/4 bath, large dining area, 2 car garage, large backyard, $850 mo + deposit, 605-9338 MOVE IN SPECIAL 2905 SW 52, 3bd, 1 bath, $575/mo 408-5836 3313 S. McKinley 3bed 1bath 1 car garage $650mo Lisa 520-4248

4032 S Brookline 3bd 2ba New ht/ac & carpet, no pets $600 + dep 381-2321 MOVE IN SPECIAL 3116 SW 20TH 2BD 1BA GAR $485 408-5836

For rent/sale, McLoud, 3 bd, 2 ba, MH, 12 acres, $900/mo, 414-4004.

Daryl's Appliance: W&D $75 & up, limited supply! 5yr warr. Refr/Stoves $125 & up, 1yr warr 405-632-8954 Washer & Dryer, Extra Large Cap., Exc Cond. $225 »»» 248-4070 Whirlpool Washer & Dryer electric set, good condition, $240. 312-2669 Cash paid for appliancesworking or not. 732-8503

Auction Saturday Nov 26th, 10am Shawnee Expo Center Hay, farm & livestock equip, comm equip, boats, RVs, autos, semis, trailers & more. www.excelauctionsllc.com 405-641-9438

4 in 1 white crib, Carters Conv dresser/changing tbl, white chinnell swivel/rocker w/glider ottoman, mint cond, $800, 532-6762

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

IH 1086 Cab Tractor with loader, $9,750. JD 210 LE, Landscape Tractor with loader and box blade, $12,500. Demo 60 HP, FWD Tractor, with loader, $19,900. 405-6376623 or 405-364-2881 Auction @ Shawnee Expo Sat., Nov 26th, 10am www.excelauctionsllc.com 405-641-9438 '06 JD 3203 4WD, front loader, 140 hrs, 18ft, DT trailer, BB BH $16,500, 405-470-2423

405-295-2222

Broyhill Farmhouse Table & 6 ladderback chairs $500 obo. 2 Kirby vacuums G3 & G6, good cond, $500 both, 405-273-5749 Couch & loveseat, bedroom set, bunk bed, dining set, king mattress & box spring $150-$450, 405-397-1801 Offwhite couch or frig $120 each; leather couch $425 obo; 550-3064.

JD 4430 w/ 720 front end loader, Great Cond $18,500 ¡¡ 405-922-1419

1119 Park Manor 3 bed, 2 full & 3 half baths, 2car, office, wd flrs, $1650mo, $1500dp TMS Prop348-0720

1229 Sumac, 2000+ sf executive home, 3bd 2ba 2 living, 2 car, on nicely landscaped cul-de-sac lot, $1350 mo Fidelity RE 410-4300, 692-1661

Brand new luxury house, 3020 Brookstone Lakes Drive, 3 bed, 2 bath, 3 car, granite counter tops, fireplace, stainless appliances, corner lot, $1450 month, $1450 dep, ready 12/1/11, 405-816-7020.

1301 SW 26th Large spacious 4bed 2 story home on corner lot, only $695 Fidelity Real Estate 410-4300, 692-1661

2 bd, 1 ba, 1 car, ch&a, f/p, fncd yard, Mustang Schls. No Pets. 826-2023

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

1242 SW 47th sharp 4bd brick home, fresh paint, new carpet, nice area, only $850, Fidelity Real Est. 410-4300, 692-1661

SPECIAL BUYS

Sheet Metal Sale: 29 & 26 guage. Galvanized & galvalume. Starts at 1.65 Prehung Ext Doors: Only $69.00 Deadbolt Combo Sets only $15.95 B&B Fix It Warehouse Located Downtown Just 7 blks South of the Ford Center! Call Vickie 405-232-3578 GOBER CONSTRUCTION Post Framed Buildings: 30x40x10, (2) 12x8 overhead (1) entry door, and concrete $12,500. Call 405-650-2556 ¡ Laminate Flooring 2100 sf, 25 yr warranty, 95¢/sf ¡ Prefinished oak, Hardwood, 2400 sf 30 year warranty $2/sf ¡¡ 405-632-0499 ¡¡ 16' ornamental iron gate, 6' arch to 7', 16' wide single, $1,400. 405-3819798 leave message •Solid Brazilian Cherry• • Hardwood Flooring • (2600sf) Beautiful, never used $2.50/sf 632-0499 Sheet Metal, 3'x10', $18, Mon-Sat. 405-390-2077. Special on Trim!

Rest equip-100s -chairs, tables, refrig, grills, fryers, hoods. 417-5310.

Clothing BOAT STORAGE 4131 NW 23rd Street Enclosed Secure 405-365-3889

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Women's sz 4-6 petite classic wardrobe, incl. silk, wool & leather dress & pant suits $1-$10 per piece. 580-369-1581

16' ornamental iron gate, 6' arch to 7', 16' wide single, $1,400. 405-3819798 leave message

4 wheel Quickie P-11 apt size scooter, new batteries, $800; full size adjustable bed w/remote, $400; walker $20; wheel chair $75; 414-2895. 3-wheel mobility scooter $400; Electric wheelchair $400; Lift scooter/ wheelchair inside vehicle $275 » 488-7017 » Adjustable Twin XL Bed massage, remote, ft/hd boards mattress & linens All for $1099 275-7615 HOSPITAL BED (twin) EXC COND + gel pad $400. 794-8328

OU vs Iowa State, 11-26, 4 tickets together, Sec 39 Row 22, $77each 405-830-3286 830-8773

3-H Slant, completely enclosed, 4ft dressing, rear tack, 5.5'Wx6.5'T www.kimbleranch.com $2250 405-542-7456

5x8, 5x10, 6x12, w/gates; like new 16 foot tandem; $650-$1050 Cash 670-1850 5x8 ut $795•12'x77 $945 16'ut $1300•18'car h$1895 J&J Trailers 405-682-2205 6X12' V-front enclosed trailer, $1800 obo 405-250-6925

The Firewood King $100/rick, delivered & stacked, OKC metro area, 405-818-7853. Mixed, split firewood, quick delivery, $100/rick $170/cord 405-823-8105

Backyard Cleanup Sale!!! JD 214 w/tiller, 316 w/tiller 48'' deck $750ea. 318, 50'' deck ps $950. Old Cushman ''mail carrier'', great shape $1200obo 641-9932 appt only

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

Lowrey Upright Piano, pecan color, Good Cond. $640 Call 370-6974

Gigi's Wood, pecan $120; oak $100; hickory $150; del/stacked, 823-9312 Mixed, split firewood, quick delivery, $100/rick $170/cord 405-823-8105

Fancy Papershell Pecans $6.25/lb Yukon, 405-202-8478

Anatolian Shepherds, 2F 7 wks fawn, big & beautiful, $100, 228-0411

Chihuahuas - Adams Family Chihuahuas, $75$125, J.L. 405-501-2654

Australian Shepherds beautiful, CKC reg, from working stock, M blk&wht tri, 9wks, s/w, $250 or trade!!?? 405-850-1258

Chinese Pug Puppies, 3 M 2 blk 1 fawn shots, wrmd, 7wks, $200 cash. 520-1116 or 520-1114

Australian Shep, Mini, reg 2F 1M, blk tri & red/wht $300obo. 580-799-2014

Chinese Pugs Great pets. S/W/Micro chpd $250$300 ¡ 405-503-2272

Basset Hound Puppies Beautiful AKC Basset Hound Puppies Tricolor & Red & White Born 10/8/ 11 Ready for new homes 11/19/11 have been wormed 2 . 6 Males & 3 Females. $400. Call or Text 405-413-7542 or 479-531-9879

Chinese Pug-male-fixed $300- Includes Crate & Supplies 405-596-3099

Basset Pups, AKC, $200. 580-330-0304 or 580-588-3853 Bassetts tri-colored M/F playful bundles of joy. super long ears and sad eyes. They are ready to go to their new homes. have pics if needed. parents are great pets. $150-$200 580-276-0069 or 580-276-6518

Bichon Frise, Purebred. 1F, 12 wks $250-$275. Also young males $200$250ea. 214-7857

BENGALS, brwn spotted & blk silver spotted, 2M 4F, Gr Ch lines $500. 580-334-4231

Black Lab/Border Collie mix, F, spayed, 1 year old. Pet friendly/loves kids. $50 to good home. 405-677-4313

Black & white cat, 6 mos. Call for info. $25 343-7503

Boston Terrier Great pets. S/W/Micro chpd $250-$300 ¡ 405-503-2272 Boston Terriers, AKC, 8wks, 3F, black & white, $200-$250. 405-245-7086

Cheetoh & Savannah Cats! From the jungle to your lap. $500-$1500. Hlth gtd. 928-532-7300

Nice quality office chairs, very good cond, burgundy, $50ea. 405-912-5711 Moore

Pretty Calico & delute Torti companion cats; Russ. blue & Lynx Point $35, 722-9622

File cabs: 2-4drw lgl, 2-4drw ltr, 1-2drw lgl, 1-2drw ltr $35-$100 610-6324

FUN FOR LITTLE KIDS! 3 little kittens $10 each. ’ Call 741-3420 ’

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

Kittens, 6 weeks old, black & white, Free. 626-4828

Filing cabinets reg. blk, 4 drawer, 3 drawer hanging $75 each. 685-8240

18" Seasoned Oak firewood Delivered & Stacked, $125/rick. 405-414-6324 Oak Firewood Delivered and stacked 405-596-0348

Chihuahuas, Reg & mixes Tcups M&F Apples!, pot trnd $150-$300 580-478-3819

BEAGLE pup: M, 10 mo. old. Shts & wrmd. $100 CASH! 405-794-6420

Siamese Kittens 6 wks, Seal Point, 2M $100 ea, 2F ea $125 405-222-0662 WOODS UNLIMITED PINON • OAK • PECAN Curr Special on Mixed wood PU $60 DELIVERED $75 (405) 664-7835 996-6352

Anatolian Shepherd and Lab $25 each.’ 2 Great dogs raised by single lady, moved and ’ cannot take dogs. Must have new home ASAP. Call 519-1626’

BEAGLE PUPPIES, AKC, 2F, 1-7wks, 1-9wks, S/W POP, $100 & $250. 405740-0048/405-275-6610

Black Ornamental Fence 4’x92’’ panels, $81.00/panel; 2540 SW 29th, 634-6411. FREE 30'L x 4'H chain link fence with gate, must remove. 405-341-7419

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16 ft Trailer, car hauler, wood bed, ramps, elec brakes, good paint & tires, $1350. 301-7572

JD 400 Backhoe, new battery, pump, injectors, all hydraulics, $8,750, 794-8289 20' trailer steel bed with sides & headache racks, $800, 405-464-9150

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450B Case dozer, 6 way blade, very good cond, $12,500. 918-617-1338

408 Walnut, 3bd, 1 3/4ba 2c garage, $800+$600 deposit, no pets, no section 8, 405-830-1223

MOVE IN SPECIAL 2504 SW 32, 3 bd, 1.5 bath, $575/mo 408-5836

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

MOVE IN SPECIAL 1412 SW 37TH 2BD 1BA GAR $485 408-5836

2909 SW 40th sharp 3bd home, fresh paint nice well kept area, only $550 mo. 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

Custom truck rigging, winches, rolling tailboards, truck equipment. 476-3161

Large open range eggs, 10 dozen+, $2 per dozen, 354-3253

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2 bed, 1 bath, ch&a 2913 NW 28th St. $600mo Call 842-1137

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

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

ANIMALS

2/1/1, 1 month free rent, $500/month, CH&A, W/D hook up. 405-831-0207

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115 NW 21 2bed 1bath 1400sf $875 mo $600 dep 409-7989

Metal Building 24'Wx12'Lx8'H, wired for elec. Buyer moves. $7500. Can see @ 711 S. Dewey 232-2286

FOOTBALL tickets for sale, Dec.3, OSU vs. OU. Upper levels and lower levels. Jan. 9 BCS championship game tickets. Call for pricing 954-4484014 or email event ticketoutlet@yahoo.com

Boxer, female, all shots & wormed, house broken, loves kids, $250. 201-8851 Boxer Puppies Fullblood adorable, wrinkley 5F, 3M, 6 weeks, fawn & rare brindle, pop, $200 cash only, 405-501-7399 Boxer Pups, 5 brindle, 1 fawn, 1 white, tails docked, wrmd, 1st shots $200-$300 405-585-3463 BULL TERRIER PUPPIES, AKC, Beautiful looking pups! 3 F, 3 M, 7wks S/W. $1,000ea (580) 492-5218, 647-7061 Bull Terrier Pups, 3F 1M, born 10/31 ready for Xmas $1200 ¡ Romeo, 410-9672 Chi/Poms, 6 wks TEENY TEENY TINY $350 Cash ¡ 519-8584

10 reg Angus Heifers 11-12 months, $750 each in lots of 5, take all minus 5%, 527-5978

Chih Pups, 2F, 1 blu Toy $300, 1 wht XS $250, s/w PRECIOUS 882-0966

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

CHIHUAHUA, 3-6mos small, M & F, full blood; 3 mix males, $50cash 405-417-2956

American Bulldog, NKC, w/b, 9mos F, very loving & playful, $350. Call or text for pics 580-678-3455 American Pit Bull Terriers, reg UKC, 8 weeks old, 5M, 2F, blue and white, $350, 694-5409.

Chihuahua, Adorable, » ITTY-BITTY! $195 Visa/MC, 405-826-4557 CHIHUAHUA 9 wks old, vet checked first shots. 150 & up 405-677-7522 Chihuahua Puppies, dad's reg, mom's not, 2M 5F $150. 405-863-5535 lv ms

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

Dachshunds, ACA reg 1M red&blk LH, 1F fawn SH, s/w, born 8/3/11 $120 ea. ¡ 580-330-0673 DOBERMAN PINSCHER AKC, 4M s/w/tails 10wks, pics avail $400(may trade for guns) 580-795-6532

CORGI Puppies, AKC, 3M 3F, 6wks, s/w vet ckd $350-$450 405-642-4246 Dach Minis 6 dach m + f, 3mo to 2 yrs mix of colors $50 to 100 Daniel 405-625-2290 Dachshund, Mini, 6M, SH, LH, Wire, red, blk/tan, dapple, $225• 527-7776 ketchadoxiekennel.com

English Mastiff AKC 11mos female, reversed brindle, tiger look alike (rare), intelligent, wonderful disposition & great with kids, $750 obo. 405-496-3854 English Springer Spaniel Pups, 6 weeks, blk/wht, liver/white & tri color, $500-$600, 620-726-5869

ENG. BULL AKC ch bldln Proven stud. Mini pup 9mo F, G sire hall of fame. Proven F 1K yrs $1500 OBO 918-951-5775

Chow Pups AKC, black, $400, 405-245-5339, clambgroves@cox.net Cocker Spaniel AKC Pair, M-3yrs, F-7yrs $350 CASH 405-663-4047

English Bulldog, AKC Pups, 8M, 2F $1200-$1600; Adult F $600. 550-0886

English Bulldog Puppies PRICE REDUCED! 2 Female, AKC, 10 wks, shots, wormed, $1000. (918)297-7208/638-6217 tjgragg@yahoo.com English Bulldogs AKC,English Bulldogs, 5F, 2M 11 wks, vet ckd. www.youngs english bullies. com $1500. 580-504-0023/ 580-276-7124

English Bulldogs-Xmas

AKC Ready 12-19 5M,2F $1500 405.414.7475 Dachshund Mini, AKC piebald, Isabella, dapple SH/LH M&F, s/w/dc $150-$250, Newcastle. (405)392-5490 or 641-4841

English Bulldog Puppies AKC vet che'd healthy! CH lines, $800-$1200 www.burtonbullies.com 918-696-0726

Dachshund Mini, 2 Female, 2 years old, 1 chocolate, 1 silver dapple, $200 each obo, 405-392-5083

English Bulldog AKC, Female, shots, pics, vet checked, red/white $1000. 405-331-0851, Sid

FREE Pit Mix-Shepherd Mix Puppies, 6 wks, 8 Female 1 Male 603-7464 French Bulldog, AKC Kennel Reduction. 1M 5yrs, 1F 5yrs, 1F 6yrs, all cream, $2,000 for all 3. 405273-8295/405-308-1626 French Bulldog, male, 9 weeks, brindle & white, call for pictures, $800, 918-253-3262. French Bulldog Puppies AKC, M & F, $1000-$1500 Now or Xmas.Tryon 918374-2633/ 918-916-5323

German Shepherd AKC Pups & Adults, Champion Heidelberg's, $650, 918-261-4729.

German Shepherd Pups AKC, OFA exc $700, Guthrie (405) 282-4456/409-9005


German Shepherd, solid blk F, AKC, 8mo, shots, chipd $300 405-213-6419 German Shepherd AKC F puppies, German descent $400. 405-396-2385. German Shp AKC 9 Wk Adorable Christms pups! German pedigree,rare color(blue) or blck/tan s/ w 3M 1F $750 314-6940

Goldendoodle Aussiedoodle Pups call/text info $600 up 918-791-8800

Pit Bull, Male, 10 months, Beautiful, very friendly, $75, 887-0632 Pit Bull-Staffordshire 6 years, neutered, shots, protective, $30 722-9384 Pit Bull Puppies UKC Reg. Awesome Deal on California bred Razors Edge/Gotti Bloodline 3 M, 3 F, $500 each. 405-388-0650 PIT BULLS 2 Female Gotti line Pups. UKC reg., 13 weeks old, blues. $800 obo. 822-5935 POM/POO Female $200 SHI/POO Male $150 ’’ 371-2399 ’’ POM AKC PUPS Males, champ ped. email rdwhite@pldi.net. Will meet. $450. 580-334-1111

Golden Ret., AKC, 4F, 7M, S/W, POP, h. guar. $300. 570-5768 Golden Retrievers (English Cream) 14 wks $300 obo 806-674-6068 405-301-7777 Great Pyrenees, 12wks, 1st 2 shots, pure white, M, $270obo. 405-209-2584 Italian Greyhounds, 3 AKC pups, Beauties! $175. 5MO OLD $75 392-3467/408-8724 LAB, a health choice, farm raised, 8wks, registered, yellow/black, M & F, s/w, otter tail, $100-$200 » 222-1510 Lab, AKC, 9wks, yellow, 2M, s/w/dc, $250 pics avail 405-974-1295

Lab-Black Puppies

for sale purebred black lab puppies, adorable. 3 weeks old. $100. 405-596-8430

POODLE AKC tiny toy Ms Apricot pot trnd $300 4lbs grown 580-478-3819 Poodles, AKC, T-cup, Tiny Toy & Toy, pups & adults, $200-$1500, Lic.#1, 275-6527 Poodles, Standard, reg. puppies, 2 left, black female, white male, ready now, $500 918-530-6113 Pug K /Weenie K Female all shots & wormed, Very, Very Cute! $100 201-8851 Rat Terrier Puppies, 7 wks, black & white, black $85ea. 314-7761 Rottweiler Puppies German bldln, 12 wks 4F 1M, $600, Tony, 405-209-3590

Shih Tzu/Schnoodle 1 M, 1 F, small, 9wks, $185-$350, 405-820-3522 www.idealshihtzu.com

SHIH TZU PUP 1 M 8wks $150 ACA s/w 405-368-4235

FALL CUTTING HAY Fescue hay. F.O.B Mountain Grove MO. 4x4 net wrap round bales. $35.00 417 547 7999

SIBERIAN HUSKIES Light red & white, hand raised, beautiful blue eyes, POP, 13 wks, M, s/w, $325, 405-285-8666.

Auction @ Shawnee Expo Sat., Nov 26th, 10am www.excelauctionsllc.com 405-641-9438 HAY 900lb 4x5 round $100ea »» 405-514-8419 »»

SIBERIAN HUSKY Pups Rare, red & white, blue eyes. S&W, Pop. $350. 405-769-9613 406-5810 Siberian Huskies AKC, www.skylimitranch.com $300-$500 580-504-7115 Sib Husky AKC $400$700 Early Xmas Gifts! debbiesdreamsiberians.com 866-957-5572 LV MSG.

VIZSLA

AKC Vizsla Puppies Great all around dog! 1 female, 3 male puppies. Shots and wormed. 10 weeks old. Ready to go! $500. 580-763-7075 Wolf Cubs for sale 98% Timberwolf $500 ‘ 405-412-3461 Yorki-Maltese (Morkie) » » ITTY-BITTY! $395 Visa/MC 405-826-4557

Rottweiler Puppies German bldln, 12 wks 4F 1M, $600, Tony, 405-209-3590

Yorkie, AKC, 7 weeks, M, $250-$400, small s/w 399-9245 or 471-3744

Schnauzer, Mini, AKC Pups $400 & Adults $250 (580)759-3478 pups4us.com

Yorkie AKC, 3 M,1 F, 7 wks, s/w/t/dc, Mom is 6 lbs, dad 5 lbs, $500. pics available, 405-974-1295

Schnauzer, AKC Minis, 3M, 1F, S/W, potty trnd $150-$300 405-612-1478

YORKIE PUPPIES, AKC S/W/T/DC ¡ F $500, M $400 ¡ 580-892-3063 or 405-712-1943

Maltese, AKC Puppies, 2 Males, 3 lbs, 6 wks old, $550-$800 ’ 448-8999

Schnauzer, Std. F, B&T parti, 7 mos, crate trnd s/w $125 obo 549-4397

Maltese M puppy, 14 wks, reg., $400 obo 405-201-1994

Schnauzer mini AKC, 2F/1M Black, s/w/ t/dc done. $250. 303-880-8091

YORKIE PUPS, Reg., 9wks M $150-$325; F $300-$500 s/w/d/t. Can send pics. 580-504-7115

Maltese pups, registered 1M, 4F, little fluff balls, $350-$450; 3M, 6 months old, $200; will meet, 580-334-0544.

Schnauzer Mini, AKC 1 F, 1 M, s/w/t, 8 weeks, family raised $250 405-659-2044

Maltipoo-ADORABLE! ITTY BITTY! $395 Visa/MC 405-826-4557

SCHNAUZER MINI AKC 6wks E/T/DC/SW, 3 blk F $300ea. Pics. 405-612-8998

Yorkies, 2M AKC, 1M ACA, 3-6 months, small, sweet and adorable, $250 cash, 405-640-0920 Yorkies, AAA Black & gold Reg. Tea cups paper trnd $400-$650 580-478-3819 Yorkies, AAA Black & gold Reg. Tea cups paper trnd $400-$650 580-478-3819

6604 NW 38th, 789-8102 Pistols, Rifles, Shotguns. Buy, Sell, Trade. Come see us at the store this weekend.

Custom Gutters Inc. New & repair; all kinds; warranty; Visa/MC; 528-4722.

2 1yr old Pointer bird dogs full blood, not reg. $100ea. Owner too old to hunt. 405-279-3830

Semi retired remodeler looking for small jobs, with proficiency and integrity 40 years Mike 255-5942

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

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

ON ALL '09 & '10 ARCTIC CAT ATV'S IN STOCK! Mid America Cycle, LLC

405-282-0086

4yr old broke Son of Eyesa Sky Jet out of A Treasured Mare, loud sorrel tobiano, barrel prospect, 15.1 www.kimbleranch.com $1000 405-542-7456 HAY & TRAILER AUCTION Sat Nov 26 5pm 2 45' semi loads. Small squares Mtnview Horse Sale 405-226-0630 580-347-2146 Thoroughbred Horse Sale Sat. Dec 10th 10 AM Tulsa Expo Square www.cartersalesco.com Terri 405-640-8567 Galvanized corral panels 5x10, 6-rail » $45ea. »» 405-514-8419 »»

2009 Yamaha 250 688mi perfect cond. Engine bars windshield, sissy bar, $2500 » 405-275-7615

'09 Ruff & Tough, camo color, electric, exc cond, $7,500obo. 721-4744

Outside Kitchen Bunkhouse

2011 Palomino Sabre 31QBDS Travel Trailer Bunkhouse with special order outside kitchen 2 slides 50amp, 2nd A/C, power awning, generator prep, every option, no smoking no wrecks or damage. Stored indoors. $23,500 405-226-4912 bradleycox@cox.net 2006 Cavalier 33' travel trailer, full size refrigerator, like new, $5,300, 405-396-8690.

RK'S $6

GUN SHOW LARGE DOG CRATES $40 each 806-674-6068 405-301-7777

DECEMBER 10-11 OKLAHOMA CITY STATE FAIRGROUNDS T&T Building Military, police, firemen are free! INFO: (563) 927-8176

BLACK FRIDAY ONLY

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

English Pointer 5y-StylePoints-Backs-Retrieves $750, 580-704-0006 ‘ BOB WHITE QUAIL ‘ Flight Condition, $4, ‘‘ 405-816-5561 ‘‘ Conceal/Carry Class $40 Gun, ammo, range provided. 405-818-7904

Carpentry, Building

All Divorces

$99 Other services 474-2375

BassPro Tackle Bag, between Thunderbird Lake & NW OKC. REWARD 405-440-0705

Beige & white Chihuahua, near Tyler & Morgan Rd, Call to id 405-381-6249. Mastiff type dog, male, NW 45th & Grove in Warr Acres. Call to id 787-1472. Small, golden, long hair dog, near SW 59th & Penn, Call to ID 405-602-6602 Small grey F cat, spayed, has special feature to identify. 619-9590 1-8pm Border Collie, found 10/30, provide proof of ownership. 218-5538 Terrier Female found off of Bryant & NW 32nd, 401-2859 to ID & Claim. Small dog found Sunday on S. Shields Blvd & 52nd St. 636-0321

GUN SHOW

11/11 Lrg Lab mix F Stone Meadows Addn, SW Okc. Call to identify, 799-2233

Gun Collection Buffalo Bill Winchesters in Box, Sig P226, Colt 1911A1, 6 S&W's, Rem 722 & More Antq Pistols See Class 515 Heritage Hills Estate $75 up Jim

Red, Cocker Spaniel, Newcastle/Tuttle area Call to id 405-381-6249.

Maltese(?), btwn May & Penn on SW 135th. Call Bob at 405-759-3256 Found - Male, Black Lab ON NW 30th & Council. 405-789-6064 to id Furry black cat, yellow eyes, near Reno & Air Depot, MWC, 733-7738.

Build, replace, repair any deck or fence ¡ 802-8302

3 Rooms steam cleaned, trk mount, $35, 406-5739

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

Carpet Clean $12rm Repr Stretch Install 882-4592

Heating, Furnace Service

Carport, Patio, Awning

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

Home or Carpet Cleaning 3 rooms $50 » 229-8861 HOLIDAY SPECIAL 20% OFF DIRT & GRIME? Don't Have The Time? Call A Fresh Start 326-4332

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

Hershey Route for Sale Run 20 Accounts per day & Earn $10K per month. $40K investment. One person per area. Call 803-327-5050. Golden Retriever/Lab mix, F, near I-40 & Sooner Road, 664-8654 to ID.

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

Ceiling 2 Floorz ‚ Roofing & Remodeling ‚ All types of flooring Insured, 412-0924

COOPER ROOFING & CONST Residential & Commercial Free Estimate Statewide 27 yrs exp. 405-373-2951

Roofing¡Painting ¡ Free Est. ¡ 812-1608 ¡

D&D Tile & Remodel Sm repairs to complete remodel 29yrs exp. 971-4492 Ceramic Tile. Kitchen. Bath. Free Est. 706-9135, 305-9736

RESIDNTIAL HAULING & CLEANING, 630-5484.

HOT TUB, 6 person, water fall & color lights, 3 years old, exc condition. Paid $8000 asking $2400 call for details. 733-1885 or 388-8788

SPRINGFIELD 1911 RANGE OFFICER $749.99 XDM 45 3.8" $699.99 SAIGA 12ga 629.99 HENRY'S 818 W. MAIN YUKON 494-1318

NOVEMBER 25-27 Fri 4-8, Sat 9-5, Sun 9-4 STILLWATER Payne Co. Expo Center INFO: (563) 927-8176

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

Christmas Lights installed no job too small. Any type home rpr freeest 519-5790

New H&R 12 gauge semi auto, NIB, Dealer, $299 cash. 650-1708

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

Concrete Work since 1987 parking lots, driveways, breakouts...all types comm & resid. work. ¡ (local call) 713-225-7660¡832-207-9612 Concrete Work since 1987 parking lots, driveways, breakouts...all types comm & resid. work. ¡ cell phone 713-225-7660¡832-207-9612

ALL HOURS HEAT AND AIR, fall service starting at $65, all types repair and replace, coml/res, lic #39450, 773-8882 AFFORDABLE SERVICE All Makes & Models!!! Licensed/bonded 728-9060 $50 tune up after ONG Rebate Plus Free Service Call with repair. 405-532-0627 AIRE-MEN Heat/Cool $49 Service Call 203-9713

Janitorial Services No Spot Left Behind Janitorial Service - Office cleaning at the best price in the metro. Green Certified. Free carpet spot removal once a month* Ask for details. Vic 405-229-2599

Landscaping Leaf clean up, trees, fence, Christmas lights FREE EST. 816-0077

RESTAURANT & BAR beautiful interior, excellent location, well equipped. 947-5013

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

Tavern 8477 NE 23. use equip. free 525-6671

All types, comm'l & res, best quality/price, 314-5344 www.marcreteok.com

Steak & Catfish Barn Downtown OKC. Includes label&logo 405-513-2397

Drives, foundations, patios, lic, bond, ins, free estimates,769-3094

Leaf clean up, trim or tree removal. 210-3165

Driveways, patios, steps, licen. bonded 424-5105

All Areas Lawn & Tractor Mow: big/small 348-4469

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

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Yorkie Poo-Chihuahua, 6 weeks, old, $100 each, 204-0551

'Black Friday Sale'

09 HARLEY DAVIDSON HERITAGE CLASSIC, exc cond. 10,200 miles. $15,500. 405-263-7562 HAY & TRAILER AUCTION Sat Nov 26 5pm 2 45' semi loads. Small squares Mtnview Horse Sale 405-226-0630 580-347-2146

Schnauzer, Standard size, spayed, housebrkn, shots, Loving pet ’ $30 722-9384

LABS AKC 5 choc/4 yellow. Will be 7 weeks and ready for a home on christmas eve. d/w/s $350. 580-399-9461

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

Shih Tzu Puppies AKC, 7wks, 1F 3M, family raised profiles.google.com/ Ellapups5 $225. 405-863-6800

Shih Tzus, tiny, beautiful $200. 405-808-3520/ 405-598-8812

Garage Doors & Openers Sales & Service 794-1718

3 English Pointer F, 2-4 years old, $500$1500, 903-815-3782

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Labradoodle, CKC, dob 8/25, F1B, choc, 5 M, 1F, s/w, $400, 823-9312

POMS, AKC/CKC, parti, okcpoms.com $200-$700 OK#02 ¡ 405-609-9241

Shih-Tzu, 6wks, 3F, 1M Tri-color, shots & wormed $275-$300. 405-436-0290

Multi-Species & Fishing Secluded yet accessible hunting and recreation. 2 hrs so. OKC, 2 hrs no. DFW. See trophyhuntleases.com, Ad ID 319 for details. $10/acre Finney Land & Livestock 580-537-2209

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Poms, ACA, 1M 2F, S/W $125-$150. 405-626-6703 Please no text.

Sheltie AKC Pair, M-4yrs, F-2yrs, Small, $400 CASH 405-663-4047

Yorkies, ACA, Teddy Bear Face, very small, M&F 1K lb, all shots & wormed $600-$800. 580-271-8108

Year Round Hunting Lease

Business Opportunity

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Goldendoodles, Reg. We are Real Beauties, eager to please, capable of being therapy or service dogs. Selective breeding insures intelligence. Home raised, No kennel $675 ¡ 432-9971

Morkies 2M, 1F 8wks,blk $400-$475 okcpoms.com Ok #02, 405-609-9241

Schnauzers Mini 2 gorgeous male liver pepper & tan schnauzer puppies. AKC, toy size. Ready on 12/10, but can hold till Christmas. $600-750 (405) 550-7430 or www. schnauzerfun.webs.com

Yorkies, ACA Small 13wks Female $450, Male $300 CASH 405-663-4047 after 4 PM

Hunting/Fishing Leases 607.0

FINANCIAL

German Shepherd Pups $250. 405-420-5071

Morkies-adorable, 6 wks, all colors, S&W, $250-$300 361-5317

Yorkies, ACA, Tiny Toys, 1M 1F, 9 wks, Excellent Quality, Perfect lil' Angels, Home Raised, Very Social. $300-$500 Cash ’ 918-377-2940 ’

PRE-HOLIDAY CLEANUP Hauling, flowerbeds, hedges & rake 681-6764

Elderly Services Around The clock 24 hours Reasonable & Negotiable 405-314-0107

SERVICE DIRECTORY

German Shepherd Pup, AKC reg. 1 blk/tan F left, very pretty, 17wks, sh/ wmd, pics, $300, 405240-7731, must dial 405

Min Pin Puppies, 1F 3M, s/w/t/dc $100-$150 (405)226-5444/627-5739

Schnauzers Mini 2 gorgeous male liver pepper & tan schnauzer puppies. AKC, toy size. Ready on 12/10, but can hold till Christmas. $600750 (405) 550-7430 or www.schnauzerfun. webs.com

TAKE NOTE

German Shepherd AKC 5 Puppies ready now! $1,500-$3,000 windridgek9.com 580-450-0232

MIN PIN, AKC, 2F, 1M, choc/tan, 7 wks. $200-250 obo. 405-881-1968, 881-1970

REC REATION

German Shepherd Pups AKC Superior bloodline black and red. Dont settle for second best. $400 580-917-2323

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

Four Seasons Painting Int./Ext. LOW PRICES! Refs avail Rene Corpus 473-2729 BILLS PAINTING & HOME REPAIRS Free Estimates 735-8982 M & M SERVICES - Interior & Exterior Painting, 751-4094

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

REPAIR & NEW FENCES 36 yrs experience, 631-1925

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

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

Zax's Plumbing, Sewer & Drain.Complete sewer & drain cleaning/plbg repair. lic/bond/ins Sr disc. 409-7118 Watson Plumbing, natural gas, water, sewer, remodel & repair, comm'l & res, lic 128397, 844-7603 Watson Plumbing, water sewer, gas, remodel/repair, lic 128397, 844-7603

All Professional Tree Service. All Major Credit Cards. Sr. Disc. 50 mile radius 924-1430/885-2572 » GENE’S TREE SERVICE» Insured-Free Est. 682-2100. L & R Tree Serv, Low Prices, Insured, Free Est, 946-3369.



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