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n the years before “Blood Sugar Sex Magik” vaulted the group to multiplatinum success, the Red Hot Chili Peppers were a band locked in the common area of a triple-threat Venn diagram between hard rock, alternative music and hip-hop. This is hard to imagine considering what has happened since, with the advent of Beastie Boys in the late 1980s, Rage Against the Machine in the 1990s and the early-’00s scourge of rap-rock, but back then, that crosspollinated territory where the Chili Peppers resided was a lonely place. My earliest exposure to RHCP happened long ago and far away, at a house in Hayama, Japan where me and several friends from the U.S.S. Midway pooled our cassettes and played them on a Nakamichi RX-505 deck — a monstrously expensive machine that physically flipped cassettes inside its playing chamber. Our tastes were all over the place and our new music purchases were governed, in part, by whatever was available at the Navy Exchange. A band called the Red Hot Chili Peppers playing songs like “True Men Don’t Kill Coyotes” kind of sold itself to guys living on a steady diet of Frank Zappa. As Chris Rock said when he inducted the band into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, “If George Clinton and Brian Wilson had a kid, he’d be ugly — but he’d be Red Hot Chili Peppers.” In those early days, the Chili Peppers made enormous sense to me, and when friends would send VHS tapes of “120 Minutes” and I could finally see this band in its ridiculous video for 1987’s “Fight Like a Brave,” they seemed like the perfect West Coast corollary to the Beasties’ “(You Gotta) Fight For Your Right (To Party).” Within a few months, I was in California and was blasting “The Uplift Mofo Party Plan” up and down Interstate 5. And while the KROQ jocks in Los Angeles BY GEORGE LANG seemed to get the Chili Peppers just fine, the LOOKATOKC EDITOR Live 105 kids up in the Bay Area, where I lived, GLANG@OPUBCO.COM resisted the band’s odd mélange. Too hip-hop, BLOG.NEWSOK.COM/ too hard rock, too funky, too something. You STATICBLOG could not talk to the Depeche Mode fans about the Red Hot Chili Peppers in 1987 and ’88. Modern rock stations started warming to the band in 1989 with the release of “Mother’s Milk” and the singles “Knock Me Down” and “Higher Ground,” and then on Sept. 24, 1991, the same day Nirvana released “Nevermind,” the Red Hot Chili Peppers broke through for good. Many people were paying attention for the first time — possibly because new label Warner Bros. was fully behind them, possibly because producer Rick Rubin knew exactly how to record the band — but to me, they just sounded like an optimized, built-for-success version of the group I’d loved in their early days. As the Red Hot Chili Peppers touch down for two Oklahoma concerts, consecutive days in Oklahoma City and Tulsa, they are one of the last of the big arena rock acts from their generation — it’s down to the Chili Peppers, Foo Fighters and a few others. They earned their superstardom by treading into what was once forbidden territory and then surviving against all the garbage that the rock ‘n’ roll lifestyle could throw at them — most of the details and cast of characters are all there, beginning on page 20. And they did it long enough that, by the time they became massive, it sounded like success should have been happening all along.


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16 | ‘Looper’ is a future sci-fi classic.

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Mumford & Sons: monsters of fake folk

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orry to inform or possibly remind you ladies, but Marcus Mumford is taken. The 25-year-old leader of the moment’s most popular band wed English actress Carey Mulligan on a Somerset farm in April. I mention the location of their nuptials because —whether calculated or not— it builds on the ethos of his band as much as his choice of rolled-up oxford sleeves or the fact that every song on his band’s new album “Babel,” has a banjo on it. Now, before this turns into a typical case of a critic harshing on popular music for being popular, I should clarify my motives here. There’s nothing wrong with liking normal music, and the handsome, polite boys of Mumford & Sons —and fellow travelers like The Avett Brothers, The Lumineers, and Of Monsters and Men that are tossing firewood on this fad of loud-ringing pastoral acoustic feel-good tunes— are exactly that, to an exponential degree. They wring out popular songs with overtones of faith and repentance and play them live with all the grand gesture-enthusiasm of a hair-metal band. It’s not an easy thing they do. But what got me wanting to pick bones with Mumford is the loose way fans and critics —the latter, especially— throw the word “folk” around when talking about these guys. I refuse to accept this for a lot of reasons, the foremost being how icky

MATT CARNEY All about creating a deeper relationship with music.

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I feel to think that the power of a centuries-old institution that once unseated politicians and served as the voice of the oppressed and hardscrabble is being reduced to a buzzword for selling wool pea coats and tickets to music festivals. They seem to me a prime example of stylization over substance. Yeah, this type of appropriation is about as new to Western culture as industrialization. But this particular instance hits home, especially when these hard-strumming Appalachian bluegrass thumpers (musically they share more common ground with the virtuosos in Punch Brothers than their shaggy former tourmates in Old Crow Medicine Show) come marching over from abroad and get mistakenly lumped into the same bloated pool that once bubbled with the lyric genius of Woodrow Wilson Guthrie. “Babel,” prompted 8 million Spotify

streams in its first week and outsold Justin Bieber for a 2012-best 600,000 copies — the most since Drake’s “Take Care” hit shelves last November. When I join the horde, I hear a lyrically stylized version of traditional bluegrass music that’s got Chris Martin’s self-affirming choruses and Switchfoot’s optimistic worldview (like this band, Mumford owes a chunk of its success to mainstream Christian tastes: Marcus’s parents founded the UK-based Vineyard megachurch) and not Pete Seeger’s pointed, critical sermons. It’s pop music on traditional instruments. The Mumfords have keyed into striking details from distinctly traditional stories and stretched them out into recurring motifs that fit their own canon. I’d bet the double-platinum-plus money “Sigh No More” earned that Marcus has a copy of “The Grapes of Wrath” lying around somewhere.

HEADPHONETICS 9: MUMFORD & SONS EDITION “The Cave” — Mumford & Sons “The Once and Future Carpenter” — The Avett Brothers “Ho Hey” — The Lumineers “Little Talks” — Of Monsters and Men “Movement and Location” — Punch Brothers “Methamphetamine” — Old Crow Medicine Show “Hard Travelin’” — Woody Guthrie

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For example, “dust” shows up most distinctly on “Dust Bowl Dance” and the new song “I Will Wait,” each mention serving as a vague instance of trouble that the narrator overcame, thanks presumably to the railroad engine-like power of speed-banjo. On “I Will Wait” we get a mini-story of regeneration: “These days of dust which we’ve known/will blow away with this new sun,” before Marcus gushes his chorus vow to “wait for you.” “Dance” tells the muddled revenge tale of what a guy in Tom Joad’s worn-down shoes would’ve done to the cruel bankers who forced his family off their land. Book spoiler: He doesn’t really do this. The problem with Mumford’s treatment of dust and the Dust Bowl as symbols is that they were actual things that actually happened and carried deadly import for actual people. I’m certainly not arguing against the lyrical value of symbolism, but I feel like it’s necessary to point out that these foreign singers are appropriating a destructive natural phenomenon that crippled the American Midwest for decades just to arrange some song lyrics that almost rhyme. As fiction they’re well meaning if a little clumsy, and as pop music they’re a textbook Frankenstein’s monster of styles. But as works of gritty folk, they equate to Guthrie’s “The Great Dust Storm” or “Pastures of Plenty” the way Michael Bay’s “Pearl Harbor” does to Ken Burns’ documentary on World War II. While I don’t doubt his sincerity, I do suspect 25-year-old Marcus Mumford’s range of experience is about as limited as that of his grunt-prone singing voice. Thanks, but no thanks, I’d rather not listen to he who grew up wealthy and married a movie star tell me in pristine language about redemption. Leave that to the guy who’s lived a profane life that cries out for it.

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“Yellow” — Coldplay “Meant to Live” — Switchfoot “What a Friend We Have in Congress” — Pete Seeger “Dust Bowl Dance” — Mumford & Sons “I Will Wait” — Mumford & Sons “The Great Dust Storm” — Woody Guthrie “Pastures of Plenty” — Woody Guthrie


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Finding fashionable Okies while in NYC

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ay one of my recent New York vacation consisted of Italian food, Serendipity Frozen Hot Chocolate for dessert and then straight to H&M for some bargain shopping. The store was filled with sweaters, bright blazers, pointed heels and tweed. H&M in NYC makes me as giddy as if I just indulged at my favorite cupcake store. The clothes are affordable, and many are straight up comfortable. Walking the streets of New York’s Upper West Side, I found a distinct commonality in style among the inhabitants: layered and comfortable. You rarely see a New Yorker on the street in stilettos, unless the heels are still in the purse awaiting its arrival in a posh bar or club. In Oklahoma, heels are commonplace on the female foot. They make our butts look perkier, elongate the legs and give a confidence boost. Okies also drive vehicles more often than New Yorkers, so the tush is holding you up more often than the feet around here. While I was visiting NYC, it was 75 and sunny almost the entire time. In the shade you need a jacket. In the sun, you need a handkerchief to wipe the sweat from your face. So, a lot of the street style is based on practicality with a lot of layering, so they can peel off the outer layers in the sun. But they do it in such an effortless way, and the purses are massive to be able to hold your life for the longer commutes. Meet this face of New York City. Sara Ganus is a former Okie who transplanted to New York City four years ago and is now working in fashion public relations.

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Brave the weather, bring earplugs to Colourmusic

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kie music lovers, the sound of fall is in the air, and I encourage you to get out to some of these events before the Oklahoma winter hits full force. Fall always seems like a down time in live music, with all of the hype coming in the spring with Norman Music Festival and SXSW. The colder weather seems to be keeping people in their hidey-holes, but the world is still moving! Prepare to travel to Norman and explore Oklahoma City in the coming weeks while discovering great music.

» Friday, Oct 12: White Rabbits and Gentle Ghost at The Opolis, Norman. Cost: $10 in advance, $12 day of show. I think that I’m

speaking for the entire Oklahoma City Metro area when I say, “Thank you, Opolis!” This venue has been bringing some of the best of the best in indie bands to Norman and there’s no sign of its stopping the party anytime soon. White Rabbits became one of my favorite bands in 2009 with the release of “Percussion Gun” on the album “It’s Frightening.” The strong harmonious sound and the seamless

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» Friday, Oct. 19: My So-Called Band “Back in the Day ’90s Party” at Kamps. Cost: $7 with a costume.

Indie rock band White Rabbits. Photo provided.

double percussion will have its songs stuck in your head for days. This sophomore album slung the Missouri Indie rock group into stardom with constant airplay on stations like XM Radio’s Alt Nation and XMU. Now the six-piece indie rock band has launched its third album, “Milk Famous” in March 2012. Its newer album is a little more electronic than the last, a trend I have been noticing in indie bands lately. Not as good as the last, but still great. Want to know what’s even greater? Norman band Gentle Ghost will be the opening act. I always feel like Gentle Ghost’s name describes their sound perfectly; soft and loud. Entrancing, enchanting, beautiful. Go to this show, you will not be disappointed. It will be a real treat for your eyes and ears. » Saturday, Oct 13: Just an OK Art Show at Lettering Express: The New Bay 2130 W Reno. Cost: Free.

This art show will be featuring works from local artists Sarah Baker, Brandon Eastham, Caitlin Lindsey and Scott Sullivan. Feathered Rabbit will be performing (Free show!) and if you haven’t seen this power group, here’s your chance. I dare you to take your eyes off front woman Morgan Hartman. We also have a cool new space for music in OKC with the warehouse opening of The New Bay. » Thursday, Oct. 18: Colourmusic, New Fumes, A.M.P. at The Blue Note. Cost: $10. Colourmusic is on

the brink of releasing their yet-to-betitled third album, and they have been playing tons of new tunes at their shows lately. Their second album, “My ___ Is Pink” was a huge hit locally. They recently opened for Devo and Blondie at the Zoo Amphitheatre, so seeing them at a small OKC bar should be a treat. Bring earplugs and expect it to be packed.

If you love the ’90s, go to this! I cannot get enough of seeing MSCB play, no matter where it is. MSCB is a ’90s pop/alt rock cover band. Expect to hear covers songs like The Cranberries’ “Zombie,” “Undone (The Sweater Song)” by Weezer, “Killing in the Name Of” by Rage Against The Machine and a perfect version of TLC’s “Waterfalls.” Crimp your hair and break out your flannel and Doc Martens — this is a dress-up party. » Saturday Oct. 20: Ali Harter, BearKat, and Tyler Hopkins and The Rebellion at HiLo Club. Cost: $5. If I have to tell you why to go

see Ali Harter, drop this magazine and go look her up right now. She’s bringing country back, an advocate of The Rodeo Opry and a fantastic artist, she’s been hitting the stage hard lately with shows at VZD’s, City Arts Center, The Rodeo Opry and just about wherever she wants to play. BearKat (New York) is in town. I haven’t seen her live, however I can’t stop listening to her on Spotify. Self- described as “indie folk,” her songs are soft and light. Her voice reminds me of a mixture of Feist and Sherree Chamberlain, I’d kind of like to hear her and Ali do a few songs together — hint, hint. This show will be standing room only, guaranteed.

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» BRONCHO “I Don’t Really Want To Be Social”

» STATIC: Featuring Chrome Pony, Colin Nance, and Gentle Art of Floating


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‘SOONER THE SUNSET’ – SOONER THE SUNSET

fter leaving Universal Music Group and moving forward as a fully independent artist, Graham Colton began taking left turns with his music, collaborating with Wayne Coyne on a loving and spacious cover of Sparklehorse’s “Don’t Take My Sunshine” and taking a second and more sonically daring run at several tracks from “Pacific Coast Eyes” at Norman’s Blackwatch Studios for a “Vol. 2” edition of the album. The Oklahoma City native is now making some of the most interesting and varied music of his career, and Sooner the Sunset, a new collaboration with Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter Lindsey Ray, finds Colton exploring a relaxed California country-rock sound on this first five-song EP. Ray and Colton both come from polished pop-rock backgrounds, but

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“Sooner the Sunset” is characterized by a conspicuous lack of fussiness in its production and performance. The bright opener “All Because of You,” a sweeter swing at love-as-disease songs such as Robert Palmer’s “Bad Case of Loving You,” gets a Wall of Sound echo but is powered simply by guitar strums, glockenspiel, bass-andsnare interplay and the singers’ harmonic convergence. “Mark, Set, Go” gets a Hammond B-3 and steel guitar to go along with the hand claps and bass drum as Colton and Ray blend together from start to finish. Each song gets a shot at shining, including the twangy country stomper “Long After I’m Gone” — this is a lean and direct collection with no time wasting or filler. While there is a temptation to compare Sooner the Sunset to pairings such as She & Him, Colton and Ray split vocal duties 50/50, from “All

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Because of You” to the set’s tender closer, “Helium Heart.” Also, while both volumes from Zooey Deschanel and M. Ward were rendered with a consciously retro sensibility and production style, the approach on this EP is more geared toward directness and simplicity. Fortunately, the songs are strong enough that they succeed without much

elaboration: “Sooner the Sunset” is brief and will leave fans wanting much more, and the consistent quality makes a fine argument for Colton and Ray’s pareddown approach. It also provides further evidence that Colton’s subtle reinvention is working out, both for him and his longtime listeners. — George Lang, LookatOKC Editor


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‘PUSH AND SHOVE’ – NO DOUBT

f all the bands that emerged in the 1990s ska revival, No Doubt survived longest because the members — singer Gwen Stefani, bassist Tony Kanal, guitarist Tom Dumont and drummer Adrian Young — never seemed particularly beholden to their original beat of choice. Once neo-ska flamed out, No Doubt still had its knack for pop songs as its resilient core, and by 2001’s “Rock Steady,” the Southern California quartet was known as much for its New Wave leanings and lingering side trips into modern R&B. Not only has it been 11 years since “Rock Steady,” a half-dozen years have elapsed since Stefani’s last solo album — entire pop careers lived and died in the interim. As much as any previous No Doubt album, “Push and Shove” is

a band effort, and even a throwaway power ballad such as “Easy” still has the stamp of Kanal and Young’s rhythmic push. The songs featuring prominent production by Major Lazer and Diplo, the opening salvo “Settle Down” and the title track, sound like intensely modernized takes on the classic No Doubt ska-pop model. These songs, along with the body-conscious ode to graceful aging “Looking Hot,” are “Push and Shove” operating at the level expected from a band with something to prove and a decade-long gap to fill. But a critique based on whether No Doubt still sounds like No Doubt sets the bar a little low and perhaps misses the point. When the group is exercising its other primary influence, 1980s pop, No Doubt inadvertently calls attention to the band that essentially filled the need for intense New Wave worship in their absence,

The Killers. It’s not much of a stretch to imagine Brandon Flowers passionately howling “Dreaming the Same Dream” or “Undercover.” They are solid pop songs, especially “Dreaming,” which culminates in a swooning instrumental bridge and a Simple Minds-style pomp finale. But “Push and Shove” is not nearly as aggressive as its title boasts,

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and the occasion demands some serious pushing and shoving. After a long period incommunicado and much time in the studio, “Push and Shove” should drop kick Nicki Minaj and Katy Perry into a “Where are they now?” file instead of merely announcing, “Me too!” — George Lang, LookatOKC Editor

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‘DEPENDING ON THE DISTANCE’ – JIMMY LAFAVE

epending on the Distance,” Jimmy LaFave’s first studio album in five years, lives up to the intriguing promise of its title, finding the Oklahoma-Texas troubadour in a contemplative mood whether he is crooning his new original songs, covering an ‘80s pop smash or reinterpreting anthems penned by Rock and Roll Hall of Famers Bob Dylan and Bruce Springsteen. Much like his mentors Bob the Bard and Oklahoma songwriting icon Woody Guthrie, what the red dirt pioneer’s voice lacks in technical prowess it more than makes up for rootsy, relatable authenticity. The Austin, Texas-based singer-songwriter, who spent his teen years in Stillwater and

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dug his musical roots in the red dirt hotbed, is in such a mellow mood on the follow-up to his 2007 “Cimarron Manifesto” that the passion of the achingly lovely opener indeed seems to come out of the “Clear Blue Sky” and the sharply written social commentary of “It Just Is Not Right” sneaks up to prick you in the conscience despite the tipoff of the title. There’s even an understated elegance to his rendition of John Waite’s often-covered 1984 chart-topper “Missing You,” which LaFave strips of the cheesy, dated production and transforms into an emotionally layered guitar-and-piano ballad with the help of Oklahoma guitarist Travis Linville. LaFave’s first album of new material on Music Road Records features three Dylan covers, including a

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hauntingly beautiful version of “Red River Shore” that captivates even as it flows past the nine-minute mark. Golden-throated folk songstress Eliza Gilkyson prettily backs the fellow Austinite on his take on The Boss’ “Land of Hope and Dreams,” while big-voiced Texas jazz/soul songbird Tameca Jones amps up the gospel groove of LaFave’s uplifting original anthem “Bring Back the Trains.” LaFave also boosts the volume and energy on “Red Dirt Night,” his boogie-woogie tribute to his Oklahoma upbringing. But the moments of introspection dominate “Depending on the Distance,” with the wistful ode “A Place I Have Left Behind” lingering in the heart and mind long after the final notes have faded as surely as the lost love affair the song memorializes. — Brandy McDonnell, Entertainment writer


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‘LOOPER’

Rating: R (For strong violence, language, some sexuality/nudity and drug content) Running time: 1 hour, 58 minutes Starring: Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Emily Blunt, Bruce Willis, Jeff Daniels, Paul Dano.

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‘Looper’ is a future sci-fi classic

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riter-director Rian Johnson’s “Looper” is a constantly tense, brain-mashing story that upholds its internal logic at every turn — a tough assignment in the time-travel subgenre. This is an original story that sits perfectly alongside the classics of cyberpunk, and is easily one of the best science fiction films in years. “Looper” accounts for modern malaise in its depiction of a blighted future, most of which takes place in 2044 Kansas, and the Kansas City of the future is a city-state of horrors. The gainfully employed are mostly working in shadow economies — prostitution, convenience stores where everything looks like it fell off a truck, and the body-disposal professionals known as “loopers.” The balance of society consists of desperate and uneducated panhandlers and petty criminals. The future is not a pretty place in “Looper,” and those unwilling or incapable of compromising principles or grabbing the few brass rings left are just doing time in a crumbling world. Joe (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) is a looper, and the job is simple, bloody and enabled by the invention of time travel — something that is being exploited by criminals even further into the future. He and his fellow loopers work for Kansas City boss Abe (Jeff Daniels), a visiting gangster from 2072 who oversees the operation. At appointed times, Joe travels to a remote Kansas cornfield and waits for a victim from 2072 with a bag over his head to appear, beamed from a place where time travel <<<

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has effectively made it impossible to get rid of enemies using normal methods. Joe then takes out his blunderbuss, a cylindrical firearm, kills them instantly and collects the silver bars taped to the victim’s body. Here is the catch: a 2070s overlord known as The Rainmaker is “closing the loop” on the loopers, sending the older versions of themselves back to 2044, tricking the loopers into a 28-years-in-advance suicide. In these cases, there are gold bars instead of silver, and the loopers leave the business, retired with the knowledge that they have expiration dates and are their own executioners. If one fails to carry out the suicidein-advance, Abe knows immediately and sends other loopers to kill the errant one. Joe has seen this happen to colleagues, but when his older self (Bruce Willis) appears in the cornfield with gold bars, the young man is thrown off his game. Old Joe has an agenda: he must kill the little boy who becomes The Rainmaker, and there are a few possible candidates. If Young Joe wants to stay alive — for awhile — he must kill Old Joe. If Old Joe wants to get the Rainmaker-to-be, he must simultaneously fight and protect his younger version. The time conundrum and central mission recall two great precursors to “Looper”: 1984’s “The Terminator” and another time-travel film starring Willis, 1995’s “12 Monkeys.” Johnson, the immensely gifted director of “Brick,” “The Brothers Bloom” and two standout episodes of “Breaking Bad,” moves Young Joe through the paces of stopping Old Joe, eventually landing him in a nearby farmhouse where Sara (Emily Blunt), a

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self-sufficient and genetically gifted (not just in an “Emily Blunt way”) single mother, tries to hold off the encroachment of the rotten world around her. Johnson pulls some breathtaking moves as a director — a memorable and possibly classic sequence that explains much of Joe’s life unfolds like a melding of William Gibson and Wes Anderson, but many more scenes will leave indelible imprints on viewers. The director’s orchestration of violence is both brutal and balletic, and Johnson continually maintains balance between the cerebral and the physical elements of the film. Then again, no one would care without the precise performances at the center of “Looper.” Gordon-Levitt, who previously worked with Johnson on “Brick,” succeeds in making Young Joe sympathetic enough to warrant viewers’ concern, and Willis, having confirmed his relevancy earlier this year in “Moonrise Kingdom,” is in top form. But actors in smaller roles stand out, as well, particularly Daniels as the malignant, casually cynical Abe, Paul Dano as hapless looper Seth and Noah Segan as “Kid Blue,” an eager-to-please but sloppy associate whose continued existence should serve as one of the great underlying mysteries of the film. “Looper” belongs in the esteemed company of “Blade Runner,” “Solaris” and “Soylent Green,” all films that presented unsettling and lasting visions of a morally ambiguous near-future. It also confirms Johnson as an important director whose voice and vision will likely help shape the near-future of cinematic storytelling. — George Lang, LookatOKC Editor


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‘PITCH PERFECT’

Rating: PG-13 (Sexual material, language and drug references) Running time: 1 hour, 52 minutes Starring: Anna Kendrick, Brittany Snow, Rebel Wilson, Anna Camp.

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‘Pitch Perfect’ hits all the right notes

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ith a spot-on cast and a tight, hilarious script that literally and figuratively sings, “Pitch Perfect” captures the insular culture of university a cappella competitions with geeky, freaky glee. Oscar nominee Anna Kendrick (“Up in the Air”) leads the cast as the outsider who brings edge and snark to a flailing singing group, but it is a testament to this surprisingly strong comedy that nearly every major actor in “Pitch Perfect” is performing at her level. Then again, given the pedigrees of the writer and the director, we should have seen this coming. “Pitch Perfect” was written by Kay Cannon, a producer and supervising writer for “30 Rock,” and this comedy bangs along with the same confidence seen and heard in Tina Fey’s series. Furthermore, it is the first-time screen directorial work by Jason Moore, who directed the viciously funny Muppets satire “Avenue Q” on Broadway. Moore and Cannon make every laugh a loud one. Kendrick’s Beca got strong-armed into enrolling at Barden University by her professor dad, and if she

had a choice, Beca would rather be making beats and mixing with David Guetta than mixing with the nerds at Barden. It is a school where a cappella groups hold sway over the campus population: Barden enjoys a long and storied dominance over such competitions and boasts two competing groups: the male Treblemakers and the all-female Bellas. Led by overconfident dweeb Bumper (the hilarious Adam DeVine of “Workaholics”), the Treblemakers are cocky but fully deserving of their winning streak. In contrast, the Bellas are vocally great but hemmed in by their staid repertoire (Ace of Base’s “The Sign,” Vicki Sue Robinson’s “Turn the Beat Around”) and flight attendant wardrobe. The Bellas also suffered an embarrassing defeat the previous season when domineering leader Aubrey (Anna Camp) projectile vomited at the previous year’s regional finals, driving away most of their best singers. Beca can sing, and just as importantly, she has good instincts. So she joins in reluctant harmony when the Bellas’ most enthusiastic recruiter, Chloe (Brittany Snow), pulls in an awkward group of new members, including the self-named Fat Amy (Rebel Wilson of “Bridesmaids”), statuesque sex enthusiast Stacie

(Alexis Knapp), bold lesbian Cynthia Rose (played by Muskogee-born singer-songwriter Ester Dean) and creepy “quiet talker” Lilly (comedian Hana Mae Lee). The tension pivots on whether Beca can bring anything remotely current and edgy to the Bellas’ struggling performances and fall backward into a relationship with devoted Treblemaker Jesse (Skylar Astin). And that is a fairly standard predicament, but placed in the context of a cappella competitions, “Pitch Perfect” is anything but ordinary. Everyone is hitting the right notes in this comedy, but the standout player is definitely Wilson, who gets the best of Cannon’s omnipresent killer lines and sings, struts and steals the show with magnetism and selfpossession. “Bridesmaids” called attention to this comedian’s unusual talents, but “Pitch Perfect” will probably make Wilson a star. Cannon and Moore clearly have affection for the setting and source material (“Pitch Perfect” is based on GQ magazine writer Mickey Rapkin’s nonfiction book about competitive a cappella), which makes the film’s comedy feel genuine. This is not a “Glee” knockoff: “Pitch Perfect” is having too much fun for that.

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‘FRANKENWEENIE’

Rating: PG (Thematic elements, scary images and action) Running time: 1 hour, 27 minutes Starring Vocies of: Charlie Tahan, Catherine O’Hara, Martin Short, Winona Ryder, Martin Landau.

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Burton’s weirdness is back in ‘Frankenweenie’

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fter all his Johnny Depp collaborations, forays into superhero movies and theatrical, cinematic and television remakes, it’s a delight to see Tim Burton unleash his unabashed weirdness with his feature-length version of “Frankenweenie.” With recent projects like “Dark Shadows” and “Alice in Wonderland,” the director/writer/producer has diluted his bizarre tendencies to better suit mainstream tastes, with varying degrees of artistic and commercial success. For “Frankenweenie,” Burton, with the help of screenwriter John August, expands his beloved 1984 animated horror-comedy short into a black-andwhite stop-motion feature, and in the process, he gets outlandishly strange. And he doesn’t care who knows it. For instance, the film features a big-eyed blond moppet known only as Weird Girl (longtime Burton favorite Catherine O’Hara, who voices three characters), who regards her equally eerie cat Mr. Whiskers as a kind of oracle. The shudder-inducing feline’s feces take on the shape of certain letters, Weird Girl determines to whom the ominous droppings are referring, and they then warn that individual that something unusual is about to happen to him or her. Creepy, right? In the movie, it’s also funny and gross and not particularly out of place. <<<

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“Frankenweenie’s” strange brew of creeps, comedy, adventure and borderline sentimental sweetness calls to mind Burton’s earlier features like “Edward Scissorhands” and “Beetlejuice.” Plus, “Frankenweenie” not only pays entertaining homage to classic horror films like “Frankenstein,” “Bride of Frankenstein” and “The Mummy” but also to “Godzilla” films, “Gremlins” and the stop-motion Christmas classic “Santa Claus Is Comin’ to Town.” In the suburb of New Holland, young loner Victor Frankenstein (voice of Charlie Tahan) stands out amid his classmates. Victor doesn’t have any friends except his lovable and loyal dog Sparky, who stars in the short films the boy eagerly creates in the vast attic of his family’s home. His well-meaning father, Edward (Martin Short) frets that Victor doesn’t want to go outside and play like the other kids, while his caring but easily distracted mother (O’Hara again) is content to leave their son to his creative devices. The arrival of a terrifying but enthusiastic science teacher, Mr. Rzykruski (Martin Landau) kindles Victor’s interest in science and inflames the competitive spirit of his classmates Toshiaki (James Hiroyuki Liao), Bob (Robert Capron) and Nassor (Short again), who are determined to emerge victorious in the upcoming science fair. Victor’s father agrees to sign his son’s science fair permission slip only if the boy tries his hand at baseball, and Victor reluctantly agrees. With a bit

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of encouragement from his quietly lovely classmate Elsa Van Helsing (Winona Ryder, another frequent Burton collaborator), the niece of the Frankensteins’ crotchety neighbor Mayor Burgermeister (Short doing triple duty), Victor manages to hit a home run, but his triumph is short-lived: Sparky tries to retrieve the ball, gets hit by a car and is killed on impact. When Mr. Rzykruski demonstrates that the nervous system can respond to electrical stimuli even after death, Victor is inspired to dig up Sparky and bring him back to life. The youngster is overjoyed when the experiment works, but he suddenly faces the issue of hiding his reanimated pet from his parents and the townsfolk. Unfortunately, Sparky escapes his attic hiding place and Victor’s sneaky classmate Edgar “E” Gore (Atticus Shaffer) spots the dog. Edgar manipulates Victor into showing him how he reanimated the pooch but soon breaks his promise to keep the secret a secret, putting the community of New Holland in supernatural jeopardy. “Frankenweenie” vividly illustrates that stop-motion animation is still a viable art form even in the computer age and that even youngsters can enjoy cinematic scares when they’re done right. Even better, the quirky story of a boy and his dog shows that Burton has still got plenty of wonderful weirdness to bring to the big screen. — Brandy McDonnell, Entertainment writer


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‘R E S I DE NT E VI L 6’

‘Resident Evil 6’ stumbles brainlessly

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esident Evil” is a zombie. Once one of the most respected and beloved video-game franchises, it’s now a shell of its former self. It lumbers along brainlessly, even though nobody can explain what’s motivating it. And no one can stop it from reproducing — this year alone we’ve seen three “RE” games as well as the latest movie spinoff. The zombies in “Resident Evil 6” (Capcom, for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, $59.99) have evolved since they were first unleashed 16 years ago. Sadly, the series itself has devolved since its 2005 peak, “Resident Evil 4,” forgoing its roots in horror in favor of a more bombastic actionmovie vibe. It trades in spinetingling frights for ear-splitting explosions. It feels more like “Call of Duty” — except the zombie-killing segments in recent “CoD” releases are so much more fun. The “Resident Evil” mythology has gotten hopelessly convoluted over the years, and “RE6” doesn’t improve matters, splintering the narrative into four campaigns. The stories begin with different characters in different places — the United States, China and a fictional Eastern European country — but they eventually all have to contend with the C-virus, a biological weapon that’s made the zombies tougher than ever. Some of them, called the J’avo, are relatively intelligent and can even use firearms. And that’s where the latest installment starts to collapse. Pistolpacking monsters just aren’t scary — the nightmares happen when they get

close enough to knock you down and start gnawing on your entrails. So by turning most encounters into gunfights, Capcom has turned “Resident Evil 6” into an ordinary shooter, a third-rate product in a glutted genre. With 2009’s “Resident Evil 5,” Capcom made the misbegotten decision to rebuild the series around two-player, cooperative action. “RE6” doubles down on that mistake, and it’s only fitfully amusing to play side-by-side. If you play solo, you’re bound to get annoyed with your computer-controlled partner, who takes a long time to help you open doors when you’re trying to escape from a roomful of ravenous freaks. The weirdness of forced co-op play comes to the fore during boss battles. Several times I wound up slinging ammo at the game’s biggest mutants, with no idea whether I was making a dent. Then, suddenly, the battle would end, thanks to some unseen maneuver pulled off by a virtual teammate. In a few cases, boss battles are resolved with quick time events, in which you have to match on-screen sequences of button pushes. Sometimes, though, the only way to survive is to just keep pounding buttons and hoping for a break. Even then, “RE6” returns all too frequently to the gimmick of having a defeated boss return in the next act, more powerful than ever. There are other flamboyant sequences that try to break up the core human-versus-undead conflict. You may find yourself running from a behemoth, or steering a snowmobile, or sniping at motorcycle-riding J’avo. To Capcom’s credit, “RE6” keeps trying new things, but few of them are well executed. The original “Resident Evil” launched a boom in horror video games, inspiring gems like “Parasite Eve,” ‘’Silent Hill” and “Fatal Frame.” But “Resident Evil 6” kills the suspense, dragging players from one chaotic set piece to the next, and shows only a few glimmers of what made the series so popular. One star out of four. — The Associated Press LOOKATOKC.COM

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A RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS YEARBOOK BY GEORGE LANG L O O K AT O KC E D I T O R

The Red Hot Chili Peppers first started playing when mainstays Anthony Kiedis and Flea were barely out of their teens, performing an innovative mix of punk, funk and hip-hop at strip clubs, often wearing only strategically placed tube socks. Next year, the band will celebrate its 30th anniversary, and is one of the few rock bands of its generation to sustain arena-level popularity and platinum sales status, most recently with its latest album, 2011’s “I’m With You.” In anticipation of the band’s Oct. 22 show at Chesapeake Energy Arena, the following is a Red Hot Chili Peppers yearbook, with histories of the band’s current members and updates on the many, many people who once were Peppers, too.


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Balzary, Michael (“Flea”)

Frusciante, John

CLASS OF: 1983 to present

CLASS OF: 1988-1992, 1998-2009

ACTIVITIES: If Larry Graham of Sly and the Family Stone is often credited with inventing the slap-bass style, Flea perfected and popularized it. Born in Melbourne, Australia and raised in Los Angeles, Flea, who turns 50 on Oct. 16, is one of two founding members still recording and touring with the Red Hot Chili Peppers. Flea played in the important and impressively confrontational Los Angeles band Fear in 1983 and 1984 before devoting himself full-time to the band. When not on duty with the Peppers, Flea played on records by Alanis Morissette, Bryan Ferry, Johnny Cash, the U.K. Subs, Gov’t Mule, Patti Smith and Sir Mix-A-Lot.

ACTIVITIES: Frusciante went to his first RHCP show when he was 15, joined the band at 17 and presided over guitar during the band’s commercial ascendance on 1989’s “Mother’s Milk” and the Chili Peppers’ monstrously successful 1991 album, “Blood Sugar Sex Magik.” After a difficult period of drug abuse, chronicled in harrowing detail in a 1996 article by Robert Wilonsky for Phoenix New Times, Frusciante recovered and rejoined the band for the resurgent 1999 album, “Californication.” He continued with the Chili Peppers through two more well-received albums, “By the Way” and “Stadium Arcadium,” before departing the band again in 2009.

MOST LIKELY TO: Threaten the Dude in “The Big Lebowski.”

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MOST LIKELY TO: Stray dramatically from the RHCP sound into avant-garde territory on solo records; strenuously defend the artistic credibility of opening act Mickey Avalon after the Los Angeles rapper was booed off the Cox Convention Center stage in 2007. P R O M OT I O N A L P H OTO S P R OV I D E D

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Irons, Jack

Kiedis, Anthony

Klinghoffer, Josh

Marshall, Arik

CLASS OF: 1983-84, 1985-1988

CLASS OF: 1983-present

CLASS OF: 2009-present

CLASS OF: 1992-93

ACTIVITIES: Drummer Irons met Anthony Kiedis, Flea and Hillel Slovak at Fairfax High School in the late 1970s, and was a charter member of the Chili Peppers when they were known as Tony Flow & the Miraculously Majestic Masters of Mayhem. Unfortunately, Irons and Slovak left the Chili Peppers before the 1984 self-titled debut album to focus on their main band, What Is This? Irons returned for 1987’s “The Uplift Mofo Party Plan,” but left following Slovak’s death the next year. Irons was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame with the Chili Peppers earlier this year. He is currently a member of the Wallflowers and Spinnerette.

ACTIVITIES: After a brief career as a child actor in which he appeared in Sylvester Stallone’s “F.I.S.T.” and an “ABC Afterschool Special,” Kiedis joined best friends Flea and Slovak in RHCP. For much of the band’s first three albums, “Antwan the Swan” focused on rapping as part of the “Organic Anti-Beat Box Band,” but incorporated more singing on 1989’s “Mother’s Milk” and dramatically improved as a vocalist. Kiedis documented his history with the Chili Peppers and his past struggles with substance abuse in his 2004 autobiography, “Scar Tissue.” Kiedis briefly resumed his acting career in the 1990s, most auspiciously in “Point Break.”

ACTIVITIES: Like his frequent collaborator Frusciante, Klinghoffer started in bands early, performing in The Bicycle Thief when he was still a teenager. He went on to play with Frusciante in Ataxia in the early ‘00s and on several of Frusciante’s solo albums before becoming a touring guitarist on the “Stadium Arcadium” tour in 2007. His first full album with the Chili Peppers was 2011’s “I’m With You,” and in May 2012, he released “Inhibition,” the debut album from his other band, Dot Hacker.

ACTIVITIES: The featured guitarist on Tone Loc’s “Loc’d After Dark” album, Marshall was the first guitarist hired after Frusciante left the group during the “Blood Sugar Sex Magik” tour, but never recorded with the band. After leaving the band following the group’s 1993 Grammy Awards performance of “Give It Away,” Marshall went on to record with Moloko and, most extensively, Macy Gray.

MOST LIKELY TO: Recommend that San Diego surfer Eddie Vedder be hired as lead singer of Pearl Jam, then join the band a few years later. <<<

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MOST LIKELY TO: Produce a television series based on his autobiography for FX.

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MOST LIKELY TO: Hold the record for a while as the youngest inductee into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, having been inducted with the Chilis this year at age 32.

MOST LIKELY TO: Be the only Red Hot Chili Peppers guitarist to be animated in an episode of “The Simpsons” (1993’s Krusty Gets Kancelled”).


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Martinez, Cliff CLASS OF: 1983-86 ACTIVITIES: Prior to joining the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Martinez worked with Captain Beefheart on the 1982 “Ice Cream for Crow” album, then joined the band in time to drum on the debut and the follow-up, 1985’s George Clinton-produced “Freaky Styley.” After leaving the Peppers prior to “The Uplift Mofo Party Plan,” Martinez earned a gig creating music for “Pee-Wee’s Playhouse,” which led to a lengthy second career as a soundtrack composer. Martinez was inducted with the Chili Peppers into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame this year. MOST LIKELY TO: Create the music for your favorite soundtrack. Martinez’ extensive film work includes music for eight Steven Soderbergh films, and he received widespread acclaim for his music on 2011’s “Drive.” His most recent projects include music for “Arbitrage” and the upcoming film from Robert Redford, “The Company You Keep.”

McKnight, DeWayne (“Blackbyrd”) CLASS OF: 1988 ACTIVITIES: Blackbyrd McKnight first gained prominence as a guitarist with Herbie Hancock and the Headhunters and then teamed with George Clinton for several Parliament-Funkadelic albums and tours. Despite his estimable funk-rock bona fides, McKnight’s tenure with the Red Hot Chili Peppers lasted mere months before the band moved on and hired Frusciante. He appears on only one track, “Blues for Meister,” included on the 1994 compilation, “Out in L.A.” MOST LIKELY TO: Be the only Red Hot Chili Pepper to have performed with Miles Davis.

Navarro, Dave

Peligro, D.H.

CLASS OF: 1993-98

CLASS OF: 1988

ACTIVITIES: Considering that his background as lead guitarist with Jane’s Addiction made him an rock guitar god during the rise of the alternative nation in the late ‘80s and early ‘90s, Navarro seemed like the ideal choice to replace Frusciante for the Chili Pepper’s next album, 1995’s “One Hot Minute.” And yet, the murky “Minute” is one of the least popular albums of the band’s career, a product of bad chemistry in almost every sense of the word. After departing in 1998, Navarro released a solo album, 2001’s “Trust No One,” and reunited with Jane’s Addiction for two albums, 2003’s “Strays” and last year’s “The Great Escape Artist.”

ACTIVITIES: Drummer for the legendary Bay Area punk band Dead Kennedys, Peligro was a longtime friend of Kiedis and Flea. Dead Kennedys broke up in 1986, and after Irons left, Peligro was recruited into the band for the early preparations for 1989’s “Mother’s Milk.” However, he did not make it to the recording stage and was replaced by Chad Smith.

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MOST LIKELY TO: Play Jello Biafra-less Dead Kennedy reunion tours.

MOST LIKELY TO: Continue hosting “Ink Master” on Spike.

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Sherman, Jack

Slovak, Hillel

Smith, Chad

Tobias, Jesse

CLASS OF: 1983-85

CLASS OF: 1983, 1985-88

CLASS OF: 1988-present

CLASS OF: 1993

ACTIVITIES: Sherman joined the Peppers for the first album, playing guitar on “True Men Don’t Kill Coyotes,” “Out in L.A.” and “Police Helicopter,” but was the odd-man out when Hillel Slovak returned to the fold. But Sherman bounced back, playing on albums by Bob Dylan, George Clinton and Plimsouls leader Peter Case.

ACTIVITIES: Nearly a quartercentury after his death from a heroin overdose, Slovak is still an important part of the enduring character of the Chili Peppers, having served as a chief architect of the band’s original sound. A founding member, Slovak left with Irons to concentrate on What Is This? and then returned for “Freaky Styley” and “The Uplift Mofo Party Plan.” The Chili Peppers’ cover of Jimi Hendrix’ “Fire,” included on “The Abbey Road E.P.” and “Mother’s Milk,” was the last recording to feature him on guitar. His brother, James Slovak, accepted his induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame this year.

ACTIVITIES: Holding the distinction of having the longest tenure of any non-founding member, Smith came from a hard-rock background but slid easily into the band’s style. Smith debuted on 1989’s “Mother’s Milk,” just as the band started achieving mainstream commercial success. In addition to his duties with the Chili Peppers, Smith records and occasionally tours with Chickenfoot, the half-Halen supergroup featuring Sammy Hagar, Michael Anthony and Joe Satriano.

ACTIVITIES: Texas-born Tobias spent only a couple of months as lead guitarist of the Red Hot Chili Peppers, replacing Arik Marshall and suddenly finding himself replaced by Dave Navarro when the Jane’s Addiction guitarist, who had previously been considered for the slot, became available. But while Tobias’ place in Chili Peppers history is a footnote, he wrote an enviable second chapter in his own career, working as Alanis Morissette’s guitarist on “Jagged Little Pill” and eventually joining former Smiths singer Morrissey’s band. He is currently on tour with Morrissey, and appeared earlier this month with him during a performance on “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.”

MOST LIKELY TO: Get left out of the band’s history. Despite playing on the Chili Peppers’ debut album, Sherman was not inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. In the May 4 issue of Billboard, Sherman said, “It’s really painful to see all this celebrating going on and be excluded,” Sherman said. “I’m not claiming that I’ve brought anything other to the band... but to have soldiered on under arduous conditions to try to make the thing work, and I think that’s what you do in a job, looking back. And that’s been dishonored. I’m being dishonored, and it sucks.” <<<

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MOST LIKELY TO: Cast a long shadow.

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MOST LIKELY TO: Be mistaken for Will Ferell.

MOST LIKELY TO: Play the Smiths’ “How Soon is Now?” instead of the Peppers’ “Give It Away.”


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Eyelash extensions can add length and volume to beauty

Heather Warlick | Mood P ublicat ion Editor

When Amber Randall was preparing for her wedding in 2009, she wanted to make sure she looked as beautiful as possible.

She had her nails done, went tanning and hired hair and makeup artists to put the finishing touches on her look the day of her wedding. For her wedding style, Randall decided to try lash extensions, a beauty treatment that is gaining popularity in Oklahoma. “My (natural) lashes were just short, thin,” she said. “I feel like it’s something that makes me feel better about myself.”

She drove 90 minutes from her Edmond home to Jenks to get lashes applied by a friend who is certified to apply them. She liked her lashes so much, she decided to keep them after her wedding. After driving to and from Jenks to have the lashes filled, or retouched, every few weeks, Randall found Katie Graham, owner of Eye Candy Lash Studio, 2516 W Edmond Road.

Eyela sh e x ten sion s can make a dramat ic improvement to shor t, thin eyela shes. Photo provided by Gar y Box, Box Por t rait Galler y.


At that time, Graham was renting salon space at Bella Strada Salon in Edmond. Graham opened her new Edmond studio in May. There, she and her team of aestheticians and cosmetologists provide many services in addition to lash extensions, including airbrush tanning, facial waxing, lash and brow tinting and eyelash perming. “Eyelash extensions create much more volume, they make your lashes darker, and they’re also curled and they stay curled without you having to curl them,” Graham said. “They make you look more awake, and for older clients, it almost gives the appearance of an eyelift.” But lash extensions aren’t just for “girlie girls,” like you may think. Randall said she usually doesn’t wear makeup at all. As an insurance adjuster, she said she doesn’t feel like it’s necessary to be made up for a job that often includes physical work such as climbing on roofs to assess damage. She plays soccer and says makeup is something she usually only turns to for special occasions.

ABOVE: Jennifer LaGrow before and after having eyelash extensions applied by Katie Graham. RIGHT: XTreme Lashes are one of the most trusted lash extension brands. Oklahoma City area providers include Eye Candy Lash Studio in Edmond and Flutters Lash Studio in Oklahoma City. Photos provided.

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The most widely used lash products by certified aestheticians and cosmetologists are Xtreme Lashes, Graham said. The synthetic lashes are the product of choice at Eye Candy and at Flutters Lash Studio, 7909 N May Ave. “If you watch on TV, you’ll see that most everybody is wearing some kind of lash,” said Heidi Smith, owner of Flutters Lash Studio. She’s been offering lash extensions services for six years. “I think it’s just now beginning to take off. It is still in its infancy, but it still has tons of growth to do here,” Smith said of the industry. She said her clients love their lash extensions, which are more natural looking than glued-on strips of false lashes. Many women who have extensions skip applying mascara with their makeup routine, Smith said, saving them time and money.

1 1: Eyelash extensions add fullness and volume and look great with or without makeup. Photo by Gary Box, Box Portrait Gallery.

2 & 3: Promotional photos provided by Eye Candy Lash Studio.

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ABOVE: The bar at The Mule. RIGHT: The Macaroni Pony and beer-battered onion rings served at The Mule. The Mule has 13 variations of grilled cheese on their menu. Photos by GARETT FISBECK, The Oklahoman

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celebrating its birthday in late September. Tucked on the bottom floor of a refurbished apartment complex on the corner of NW 16 Street and Blackwelder, The Mule is an urban environment that celebrates Oklahoma’s rural roots and pioneer ingenuity. “We wanted a clean, rustic-industrial atmosphere,” Rowan said. Walls on one end are built with wood from a barn and another is covered in pallet planks. “We went Dumpster-diving for those,” Rowan said. The space is clean, simple and inviting. The floor has room for more tables, but the partners smartly resisted the temptation to clutter the space.

The name, Morris explains, comes from a saying heard by a grandparent. “Don’t worry about the mule, just fill the cart,” Morris said. The menu is a mix of familiar pub foods but not those terribly common in this market. On the appetizer roster, you won’t find nachos, chicken wings or mozzarella sticks. You will find Okie poutine, fried cheese curds, and stuffed and baked jalapenos and mushrooms. You can also get a dipping portion of house-tomato soup with a couple of grilled cheese sandwiches. The salads include a Caesar and house salad but also a beet salad and the Orchard, which includes apple and pear slices with almond slivers and balsamic

vinaigrette. The Mule offers 13 variations on the grilled cheese, some with meat and others without. I’ve tried the Cortez and Macaroni Pony. Each was good enough to order again, and bore a level of quality that made me confident the remaining 11 had similar promise. The Cortez includes braised short ribs, queso fresco, grilled jalapeno, caramelized onion, pepperoncini, and a spicy aioli on sourdough bread. The result was lush, rich flavor housed on bread with just enough crunch to satisfy the texture my palate insists upon. The beer-battered onion rings were a revelation, sprinkled with crunchy salt. While the plate didn’t include a mound of the onion rings, the quality more STORY CONTINUES ON PAGE 32

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than made up for the lack of quantity. The Macaroni Pony includes pulled pork in a chipotle barbecue sauce with threecheese macaroni on a cornbread bun. This is very likely to be The Mule’s No. 1 seller. It hits all the comfort-food checkpoints with the subtlety of a Roman candle in a closet. Co-owner Joey Morris gleaned plenty of the cool that makes The Wedge in his time running the second of the white-hot pizzeria concepts. Morris and friends fill the quiet spot with the latest Indie-Alternative music and the staff is inclined to sway music-festival style as they fulfill your cold beer and hot sandwich needs. This isn’t a squat-and-gobble eatery, The Mule is a hangout. “We want people to come in and feel welcome to order something to eat or drink and hang out for a while,” Rowan said. “If you want to come in and have a beer while you read a book, that’s great.” The Mule’s beer list is headlined by local brewers COOP Ale Works and Mustang, with plenty of price points covered. Signature cocktails begin with, what else, the Moscow Mule plus variations on that theme like the Gin Mule, Kentucky Mule and Burro. I tried a couple Gin Mule’s on a recent Friday night, and while they lacked the balance of those Kyle Fleischfresser used to concoct at Ludivine, ginger beer enthusiasts will line up for these. Rowan said brunch is planned in the near future. “Give us a month or two,” Rowan said. “We’ll roll out brunch once we get some of the kinks worked out.” The Mule enriches the upand-coming Plaza District as well as the local restaurant scene, filling a niche aimed at casual diners with discerning palates in an inviting atmosphere.

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CONCERTS Batman Live, 7 p.m., Chesapeake Energy Arena, 100 W Reno, 6028700. Stars, Diamond Rings and California Wives, 8 p.m., Cain’s Ballroom, 423 N Main, (918) 584-2306. (Tulsa) David Nail, 8 p.m., Diamond Ballroom, 8001 S Eastern, 677-9169.

Journey, Pat Benatar and Loverboy, 7 p.m., BOK Center, 200 S Denver, (918) 894-4200. (Tulsa) Caravan of Thieves, 8 p.m., The Blue Door, 2805 N Mckinley, 524-0738.

Ransom Rhodes, 9 p.m., Wormy

Dog Saloon, 311 E Sheridan, 601-6276.

LIVE MUSIC The Point After Club, 6800 S I 35 Service Road, Open Blues Jam, 9 p.m., 778-8166. Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W Memorial, Dante and The Hawks, 9 p.m., (405) 751-1547.

Grand Casino, 777 Grand Casino

Blvd., Rick Jawnsun, 7 p.m., (405) 9647263. (Shawnee)

NIGHT LIFE Loony Bin Comedy Club, 8503 N Rockwell, Kristen Key, 8 p.m., 2394242.

THEATER “Les Miserables,” 7:30 p.m., Civic Center Music Hall, 201 N Walker, 297-2264. Oklahoma Children’s Theatre Presents “Hank the Cowdog - Lost in the Dark Unchanted Forest,” 11 a.m., Oklahoma Childrens Theatre, 2501 N Blackwelder, 6067003.

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

“The James T. Bialac Native American Art Collection: Selected Works,” Fred Jones Jr. Museum of

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

International Artist, Hakan Strand’s Exhibit “Focus on Light,” Visions In The Paseo Art Gallery, 2924 Paseo, 557-1229.

Expressionist Paintings by Bert Seabourn, 50 Penn Place Art Gallery, 1900 Northwest Expressway, 8485567.

Science Museum Oklahoma and the Satellite Galleries present GEOMETRIX Geometry in Art exhibit, Science Museum Oklahoma,

Works by Oklahoma Impressionist Painter Stephen Smith, 5 p.m., The Performing Arts

2100 NE 52, 602-3760.

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

Convention Center, 1 Myriad Gardens, 843-5668.

“Landscape Invitation,” Art Group

Works by Anthony Roberts,

UCO Department of Design presents: “The Addy Show” Exhibit, UCO’s Donna Nigh Gallery,

Gallery, 9309 N Pennsylvania, 6074669.

Massive Downtown, 301 E Main, 3103275. (Norman)

Junior League of OKC’s Mistletoe Market “Sip Shop and Mingle” ticketed event, 6 p.m., Cox

100 E 5, 974-5210. (Edmond)

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

“Dreamer 44: Doses of Dynamite,” Dreamer Concepts, 324 E Main, 7010048. (Norman)

“Unconventional Wisdom” works by Bert Seabourn and Don Holladay, Paseo Originals, 2920 Paseo, 604-6602.

“American Moderns, 1910-1960: From O’Keeffe to Rockwell,” fiftyseven works from the Brooklyn Museum, Oklahoma City Museum of Art, 415 Couch Drive, 236-3100.

The 2012 Grand National and World Championship Morgan Show, 9 a.m., 1 and 7 p.m., State Fair Park, NW 10 and May, 948-6704.

Artwork by Dale Martin, Summer Wine Art Gallery, 2928 B Paseo, 831-3279. Nancy Werneke exhibit, North

Gallery of the State Capitol, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2931.

“The Spectacle: A New Media Collective Exhibition,” Lightwell

Gallery, OU School of Art & Art History, 520 Parrington Oval, 3252691. (Norman)

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EVENTS

OCTOBER 10 - OCTOBER 24

“One Step Closer: Work from the Semi-Professional Student Studios in the Department of Design,” University of Central

Junior League of Oklahoma City’s Mistletoe Market, 10 a.m., Cox Convention Center, 1 Myriad Gardens, 843-5668.

Oklahoma,, 974-2366.

UCO Department of Design presents: “The Addy Show” Exhibit, UCO’s Donna Nigh Gallery,

“At Home and Away,” works by

Carol Beesley and “From the Earth,” works by John Wolfe, JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 528-6336.

100 E 5, 974-5210. (Edmond)

“Dreamer 44: Doses of Dynamite,”

“The Art of Senoj,” by Mary Ann

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

Moore, Oklahoma Black Museum, 4701 N Lincoln, 521-114.

“Unconventional Wisdom” works by Bert Seabourn and Don Holladay, Paseo Originals, 2920

THU

Paseo, 604-6602.

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“American Moderns, 1910-1960: From O’Keeffe to Rockwell,” fiftyseven works from the Brooklyn Museum, Oklahoma City Museum of Art, 415 Couch Drive, 236-3100.

CONCERTS

The 2012 Grand National and World Championship Morgan Show, 9 a.m., 1 and 7 p.m., State Fair

Batman Live, 7 p.m., Chesapeake Energy Arena, 100 W Reno, 6028700.

“Art in the Family” art by Chad Woolbright and his daughter,

Park, NW 10 and May, 948-6704.

Allie Woolbright, In Your Eye Studio & Gallery, 3005 Paseo, 525-2161.

Tony Lucca and Gabe Dixon, 8

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

Artwork by Dale Martin, Summer Wine Art Gallery, 2928 B Paseo, 831-3279.

Bassnectar, Gramatik and Gladkill, 7:30 p.m., Tulsa Convention

Nancy Werneke exhibit, North

Center, 100 Civic Center, (918) 5967155. (Tulsa)

Gallery of the State Capitol, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2931.

Melissa Etheridge, 8 p.m., Hard

“O’Keeffe in Abiquiu: MidCentury Modernism in a Spanish Colonial House,” Illustrated Lecture,

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

7 p.m., Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, 555 Elm, 325-5939. . (Norman)

The Devil Makes Three, 8 p.m., Cain’s Ballroom, 423 N Main, (918) 584-2306. (Tulsa)

“The Spectacle: A New Media Collective Exhibition,” Lightwell

Sex Panther Revival, 9 p.m., Wormy

Gallery, OU School of Art & Art History, 520 Parrington Oval, 3252691. (Norman)

Dog Saloon, 311 E Sheridan, 601-6276.

LIVE MUSIC Othello’s, 434 Buchanan, Open Mic

Oklahoma City Limits, 4801 S

“Celebrating the Masks of Comedy and Tragedy,” 8 p.m., Jewel

Night!, 9 p.m., 701-4900. (Norman)

Eastern, Joel Melton, 7:30 p.m., 6193939.

Box Theatre, 3700 N Walker, 521-1786.

The Point After Club, 6800 S I 35

NIGHT LIFE

HAPPENINGS

Loony Bin Comedy Club, 8503 N

“Pablo Picasso’s Woman,” Fred

Service Road, Open Blues Jam, 9 p.m., 778-8166.

Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W

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

Remington Park Racing and Casino, 1 Remington Place, Boogie

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

Science Museum Oklahoma and the Satellite Galleries present GEOMETRIX Geometry in Art exhibit, Science Museum Oklahoma,

Works by Oklahoma Impressionist Painter Stephen Smith, 5 p.m., The Performing Arts

2100 NE 52, 602-3760.

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

“Landscape Invitation,” Art

Works by Anthony Roberts,

Rockwell, Kristen Key, 8 p.m., 2394242.

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

Group Gallery, 9309 N Pennsylvania, 607-4669.

Massive Downtown, 301 E Main, 3103275. (Norman)

THEATER

“The James T. Bialac Native American Art Collection: Selected Works,” Fred Jones Jr. Museum of

“Enriched: Animal Art from the OKC Zoo,” Oklahoma History Center,

Expressionist Paintings by Bert Seabourn, 50 Penn Place Art Gallery,

“Les Miserables,” 7:30 p.m., Civic Center Music Hall, 201 N Walker, 297-2264.

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

800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-0765.

International Artist, Hakan Strand’s

Exhibit “Focus on Light,” Visions In The Paseo Art Gallery, 2924 Paseo, 557-1229.

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1900 Northwest Expressway, 8485567.

“One Step Closer: Work from the Semi-Professional Student Studios in the Department of Design,” University of Central

Oklahoma,, 974-2366.

“At Home and Away,” works by Carol Beesley and “From the Earth,” works by John Wolfe, JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 528-6336. “The Art of Senoj,” by Mary Ann Moore, Oklahoma Black Museum, 4701 N Lincoln, 521-114.


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FRI

12 CONCERTS Batman Live, 7 p.m., Chesapeake

Energy Arena, 100 W Reno, 6028700.

Kevin Welch, 8 p.m., The Blue Door, 2805 N Mckinley, 524-0738.

White Rabbits, 9 p.m., Opolis Production LLC, 113 N Crawford (Norman) Second Friday Circuit of Art presents Arabesque, 7 p.m., The

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

Assemblage 23, Espermachine,

Bedlam Emotion, DJ DeathJest and VJ Brightly, 8 p.m., The Conservatory, 8911 N Western, 879-9778.

Stray From The Path, 6 p.m., The

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

Hemlock, Left To Die, Our Mothers

Martyr and Surrender The Sorrows, 8 p.m., The Chameleon Room, 3034 N Portland

Quaker City Nighthawks, 9 p.m.,

Wormy Dog Saloon, 311 E Sheridan, 601-6276.

LIVE MUSIC Blue Fire Grille at Waterford Marriott, 6300 Waterford, Burton

Band, 9 p.m., 848-4782.

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

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

Grady’s 66 Pub, 444 W Main, The Damn Quails, 8:30 p.m., 354-8789. (Yukon)

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

Zannotti’s Wine Bar, 113 W 7,

Morgan Reynolds, 8 p.m. (Stillwater)

OCTOBER 10 - OCTOBER 24 Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W

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

Grand Casino, 777 Grand Casino

Blvd., Sammie Mitchell Band, 9 p.m., (405) 964-7263. (Shawnee)

Oklahoma City Limits, 4801 S

Eastern, Stereo Deck, 9 p.m., 6193939.

Woody’s Sports Bar and Grill, 2501

NE 23, Positive Productions Band, 9 p.m., 415-4061.

NIGHT LIFE Loony Bin Comedy Club, 8503 N

Rockwell, Kristen Key, 8 p.m., 2394242.

THEATER “Les Miserables,” 8 p.m., Civic

Center Music Hall, 201 N Walker, 297-2264.

“Celebrating the Masks of Comedy and Tragedy,” 8 p.m., Jewel

Box Theatre, 3700 N Walker, 521-1786.

Oklahoma Children’s Theatre Presents “Hank the Cowdog - Lost in the Dark Unchanted Forest,” 11 a.m., Oklahoma Childrens

Theatre, 2501 N Blackwelder, 6067003.

“Night of Grand Guignol,” 8 p.m.,

Reduxion Theatre Company, 1613 N Broadway, 651-3191.

HAPPENINGS “Cowboy Crossings,” National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, 1700 NE 63, 478-2250. “Pablo Picasso’s Woman,” Fred

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

“The James T. Bialac Native American Art Collection: Selected Works,” Fred Jones Jr. Museum of

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

Science Museum Oklahoma and the Satellite Galleries present GEOMETRIX Geometry in Art exhibit, Science Museum Oklahoma,

2100 NE 52, 602-3760.

Artwork by Henk Pander, The

Goddard Center, 401 First SW, (580) 226-0909. (Ardmore)

“Landscape Invitation,” Art Group Gallery, 9309 N Pennsylvania, 607-4669.

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

Langston University’s 7th Annual President’s Scholarship Gala with Brian McKnight, 7 p.m., Cox

Convention Center, 1 Myriad Gardens, 466-3232.

International Artist, Hakan Strand’s Exhibit “Focus on Light,” Visions In The Paseo Art Gallery, 2924 Paseo, 557-1229. Works by Oklahoma Impressionist Painter Stephen Smith, 5 p.m., The Performing Arts Studio, 200 S Jones, 307-9320. (Norman)

“The Spectacle: A New Media Collective Exhibition,” Lightwell Gallery, OU School of Art & Art History, 520 Parrington Oval, 3252691. (Norman)

“One Step Closer: Work from the Semi-Professional Student Studios in the Department of Design,” University of Central

Expressionist Paintings by Bert Seabourn, 50 Penn Place Art Gallery, 1900 Northwest Expressway, 8485567.

Junior League of Oklahoma City’s Mistletoe Market, 10 a.m., Cox

100 E 5, 974-5210. (Edmond)

“Dreamer 44: Doses of Dynamite,” Dreamer Concepts, 324 E Main, 7010048. (Norman)

“Unconventional Wisdom” works by Bert Seabourn and Don Holladay, Paseo Originals, 2920 Paseo, 604-6602.

“American Moderns, 1910-1960:

“The Art of Senoj,” by Mary Ann

Moore, Oklahoma Black Museum, 4701 N Lincoln, 521-114.

Drive, Rick Jawnsun, 8 p.m., 235-4410.

Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W

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

SAT

13

1900 Northwest Expressway, 8485567.

Oklahoma City Limits, 4801 S

Norman and the Norman Arts Council host Worldwide Photo Walk, 7:30 a.m., begins at Mainsite

Eastern, Uncle Freddy, 9 p.m., 6193939.

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

NIGHT LIFE CONCERTS Batman Live, 11:30 a.m., 3:30 and 7:30 p.m., Chesapeake Energy Arena, 100 W Reno, 602-8700. Greater Oklahoma Bluegrass Music Society Concert, 6:30 p.m.,

Oklahoma Country Western Museum Hall of Fame, 3925 SE 29, 677-7515.

Kenny Rogers with The Gatlin Brothers, 8 p.m., WinStar World

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

Chester Endersby Gwazda and Alan Resnick, 9 p.m., Opolis Production LLC, 113 N Crawford (Norman)

Park, NW 10 and May, 948-6704.

“Art in the Family” art by Chad Woolbright and his daughter,

Ray Wylie Hubbard,8 p.m., The Blue

Door, 2805 N Mckinley, 524-0738.

River City Extension, 9 p.m., VZD’s

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

LIVE MUSIC Ingrid’s Kitchen, 3701 N Youngs,

Kitty Houston and Gary Johnson’s Band, noon, 946-8444.

Expressionist Paintings by Bert Seabourn, 50 Penn Place Art Gallery,

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

9 p.m., 424-1000.

7 p.m., Cain’s Ballroom, 423 N Main, (918) 584-2306. (Tulsa)

Gallery of the State Capitol, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2931.

“Enriched: Animal Art from the OKC Zoo,” Oklahoma History Center,

International Artist, Hakan Strand’s Exhibit “Focus on Light,” Visions In The Paseo Art Gallery, 2924 Paseo, 557-1229.

Public Radio Tulsa Presents Swing On This LIVE Broadcast,

Nancy Werneke exhibit, North

Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar & Grill, 310 Johnny Bench Drive, Chase Nonna’s Euro-American Ristorante and Bar, 1 Mickey Mantle

Carol Beesley and “From the Earth,” works by John Wolfe, JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 528-6336.

The 2012 Grand National and World Championship Morgan Show, 9 a.m., 1 and 7 p.m., State Fair

Wine Art Gallery, 2928 B Paseo, 831-3279.

“Landscape Invitation,” Art Group Gallery, 9309 N Pennsylvania, 607-4669.

“At Home and Away,” works by

Dan Deacon, Height With Friends,

Artwork by Dale Martin, Summer

Thorn Band, 8:30 p.m., 354-8789. (Yukon)

800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-0765.

From O’Keeffe to Rockwell,” fiftyseven works from the Brooklyn Museum, Oklahoma City Museum of Art, 415 Couch Drive, 236-3100.

Allie Woolbright, In Your Eye Studio & Gallery, 3005 Paseo, 525-2161.

Grady’s 66 Pub, 444 W Main, Paul

Band, 9 p.m., 848-4782.

Sanford, 9 p.m., 231-0254.

Convention Center, 1 Myriad Gardens, 843-5668.

UCO Department of Design presents: “The Addy Show” Exhibit, UCO’s Donna Nigh Gallery,

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

Oklahoma,, 974-2366.

Pushfest 2012, Push Fest Grounds, off I-44 (Nashoba)

Blue Fire Grille at Waterford Marriott, 6300 Waterford, Burton

Loony Bin Comedy Club, 8503 N Rockwell, Kristen Key, 8 p.m., 2394242.

THEATER “Les Miserables,” 2 and 8 p.m., Civic Center Music Hall, 201 N Walker, 297-2264. “Celebrating the Masks of Comedy and Tragedy,” 8 p.m., Jewel

Box Theatre, 3700 N Walker, 521-1786.

“Night of Grand Guignol,” 8 p.m., Reduxion Theatre Company, 1613 N Broadway, 651-3191.

HAPPENINGS Cowboy Crossings, National

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

“Pablo Picasso’s Woman,” Fred

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

“The James T. Bialac Native American Art Collection: Selected Works,” Fred Jones Jr. Museum of

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

Science Museum Oklahoma and the Satellite Galleries present GEOMETRIX Geometry in Art exhibit, Science Museum Oklahoma,

Contemporary Art Gallery, 122 E Main, 360-1162. (Norman)

Junior League of Oklahoma City’s Mistletoe Market, 10 a.m., Cox

Convention Center, 1 Myriad Gardens, 843-5668.

Oklahoma Walk for Polycystic Kidney Disease (PKD), 9 a.m., Lake Hefner, 3301 NW Grand Blvd., (580) 254-4722.

“American Moderns, 1910-1960: From O’Keeffe to Rockwell,” fiftyseven works from the Brooklyn Museum, Oklahoma City Museum of Art, 415 Couch Drive, 236-3100. The 2012 Grand National and World Championship Morgan Show, 9 a.m., 1 and 7 p.m., State Fair Park, NW 10 and May, 948-6704.

“Art in the Family” art by Chad Woolbright and his daughter,

Allie Woolbright, In Your Eye Studio & Gallery, 3005 Paseo, 525-2161.

Artwork by Dale Martin, Summer Wine Art Gallery, 2928 B Paseo, 831-3279.

Nancy Werneke exhibit, North

Gallery of the State Capitol, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2931.

“At Home and Away,” works by Carol Beesley and “From the Earth,” works by John Wolfe, JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 528-6336.

2100 NE 52, 602-3760.

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OCTOBER 10 - OCTOBER 24 Works by Oklahoma Impressionist Painter Stephen Smith, 5 p.m., The Performing Arts

SUN

14

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

Expressionist Paintings by Bert Seabourn, 50 Penn Place Art Gallery,

1900 Northwest Expressway, 8485567.

UCO Department of Design presents: “The Addy Show” Exhibit, UCO’s Donna Nigh Gallery,

CONCERTS Batman Live, 1 and 5 p.m., Chesapeake Energy Arena, 100 W Reno, 602-8700.

100 E 5, 974-5210. (Edmond)

“American Moderns, 1910-1960: From O’Keeffe to Rockwell,” fiftyseven works from the Brooklyn Museum, Oklahoma City Museum of Art, 415 Couch Drive, 236-3100.

Neil Young, Crazy Horse and Los Lobos, 8 p.m., Tulsa Convention

Center, 100 Civic Center, (918) 5967155. (Tulsa)

Nancy Werneke exhibit, North

Second Sunday Poetry with Jennifer Kidney, 2 p.m., The

Gallery of the State Capitol, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2931.

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

“The Spectacle: A New Media Collective Exhibition,” Lightwell

Ray Wylie Hubbard, 8 p.m., The Blue Door, 2805 N Mckinley, 5240738.

Gallery, OU School of Art & Art History, 520 Parrington Oval, 3252691. (Norman)

3OH!3, Sammy Adams, Outasight and Silas, 7 p.m., Cain’s Ballroom, 423

“One Step Closer: Work from the Semi-Professional Student Studios in the Department of Design,” University of Central

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

LIVE MUSIC

Oklahoma,, 974-2366.

JJ’s Alley, 212 E Sheridan, Open Mic

“At Home and Away,” works by Carol Beesley and “From the Earth,” works by John Wolfe, JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 528-6336.

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

The Point After Club, 6800 S I 35 Service Road, Open Blues Jam, 9 p.m., 778-8166. Friends Restaurant & Club, 3705 W Memorial, No BS Blues Jam, 6 p.m., 751-4057.

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

Loony Bin Comedy Club, 8503 N Rockwell, Kristen Key, 8 p.m., 2394242.

THEATER “Les Miserables,” 2 and 7 p.m., Civic Center Music Hall, 201 N Walker, 297-2264. “Celebrating the Masks of Comedy and Tragedy,” 2:30 p.m.,

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

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

Science Museum Oklahoma and the Satellite Galleries present GEOMETRIX Geometry in Art exhibit, Science Museum Oklahoma,

2100 NE 52, 602-3760.

Artwork by Henk Pander, The

Goddard Center, 401 First SW, (580) 226-0909. (Ardmore)

Jewel Box Theatre, 3700 N Walker, 521-1786.

International Artist, Hakan Strand’s Exhibit “Focus on Light,” Visions In The Paseo Art Gallery, 2924 Paseo, 557-1229. “American Moderns, 1910-1960: From O’Keeffe to Rockwell,” fiftyseven works from the Brooklyn Museum, Oklahoma City Museum of Art, 415 Couch Drive, 236-3100. Nancy Werneke exhibit, North

Gallery of the State Capitol, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2931.

“At Home and Away,” works by

Carol Beesley and “From the Earth,” works by John Wolfe, JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 528-6336.

Second Sunday Poetry Reading with Jennifer Kidney, 2 p.m.,

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

MON

15

CONCERTS The Octopus Project, 9 p.m., The

Conservatory, 8911 N Western, 879-9778.

Andy Grammer, 7:30 p.m., Cain’s

Ballroom, 423 N Main, (918) 5842306. (Tulsa)

LIVE MUSIC Cookies, 2304 N Western, David

Bruster and Andy Adams, 8 p.m.

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NIGHT LIFE Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W

Memorial, Karaoke, 8 p.m., 751-1547.

HAPPENINGS

TUE

16

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

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

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

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

CONCERTS Norah Jones, 7 p.m., Brady Theater, 105 W Brady, (918) 582-7239. (Tulsa) Pierce The Veil, Sleeping with Sirens, Tonight Alive and Hands Like Houses, 7:15 p.m., Cain’s Ballroom, 423 N Main, (918) 584-2306. (Tulsa)

Oklahoma State University Allied Arts Presents: Capitol Steps,

8 p.m., Oklahoma State University Seretean Center for Performing Arts, 121 Seretean Center, (405) 744-6094. (Stillwater)


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OCTOBER 10 - OCTOBER 24

Kopecky Family Band, 6:30 p.m.,

Blue October and Stars In Stereo,

“Enriched: Animal Art from the OKC Zoo,” Oklahoma History Center,

The Conservatory, 8911 N Western, 879-9778.

8 p.m., Cain’s Ballroom, 423 N Main, (918) 584-2306. (Tulsa)

800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-0765.

NIGHT LIFE

Teenage Bottlerocket, Smoke or Fire and Masked Intruder, 8 p.m., The Conservatory, 8911 N Western, 879-9778.

International Artist, Hakan Strand’s Exhibit “Focus on Light,” Visions In The Paseo Art Gallery, 2924 Paseo, 557-1229.

Gary Louris of The Jayhawks, 8

Works by Oklahoma Impressionist Painter Stephen Smith, 5 p.m., The Performing Arts

Othello’s, 434 Buchanan, Othello’s Comedy Night, 10 p.m., 701-4900. (Norman) Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W

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

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

SPORTS

Greg Schroeder, 9 p.m., Wormy Dog

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

LIVE MUSIC

Expressionist Paintings by Bert Seabourn, 50 Penn Place Art Gallery,

Saloon, 311 E Sheridan, 601-6276.

OKC Thunder vs Charlotte Bobcats (Preseason), 7 p.m.,

Chesapeake Energy Arena, 100 W Reno, 602-8700.

The Point After Club, 6800 S I 35

1900 Northwest Expressway, 8485567.

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

Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701

UCO Department of Design presents: “The Addy Show” Exhibit, UCO’s Donna Nigh Gallery,

“The James T. Bialac Native American Art Collection: Selected Works,” Fred Jones Jr. Museum of

Grand Casino, 777 Grand Casino Blvd., Born In November, 7 p.m., (405) 964-7263. (Shawnee)

Service Road, Open Blues Jam, 9 p.m., 778-8166.

HAPPENINGS

W Memorial, Nicnos, 9 p.m., (405) 751-1547.

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

NIGHT LIFE

Science Museum Oklahoma and the Satellite Galleries present GEOMETRIX Geometry in Art exhibit, Science Museum Oklahoma,

Loony Bin Comedy Club, 8503 N

Rockwell, Dan Chopin, 8 p.m., 2394242.

2100 NE 52, 602-3760.

THEATER

“Landscape Invitation,” Art

University of Oklahoma Theatre presents “Iphigenie en Tauride,”

Group Gallery, 9309 N Pennsylvania, 607-4669.

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

International Artist, Hakan Strand’s

100 E 5, 974-5210. (Edmond)

“Unconventional Wisdom” works by Bert Seabourn and Don Holladay, Paseo Originals, 2920

Paseo, 604-6602.

“American Moderns, 1910-1960: From O’Keeffe to Rockwell,” fiftyseven works from the Brooklyn Museum, Oklahoma City Museum of Art, 415 Couch Drive, 236-3100. Artwork by Dale Martin, Summer Wine Art Gallery, 2928 B Paseo, 831-3279.

8 p.m., Reynolds Performing Arts Center, 560 Parrington Oval, 325-4101. (Norman)

Nancy Werneke exhibit, North

HAPPENINGS

“The Spectacle: A New Media Collective Exhibition,” Lightwell

Gallery of the State Capitol, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2931.

Exhibit “Focus on Light,” Visions In The Paseo Art Gallery, 2924 Paseo, 557-1229.

“Pablo Picasso’s Woman,” Fred

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

Gallery, OU School of Art & Art History, 520 Parrington Oval, 3252691. (Norman)

Works by Oklahoma Impressionist Painter Stephen Smith, 5 p.m., The Performing Arts

“The James T. Bialac Native American Art Collection: Selected Works,” Fred Jones Jr. Museum of

“One Step Closer: Work from the Semi-Professional Student Studios in the Department of Design,” University of Central

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

Expressionist Paintings by Bert Seabourn, 50 Penn Place Art Gallery, 1900 Northwest Expressway, 8485567.

UCO Department of Design presents: “The Addy Show” Exhibit, UCO’s Donna Nigh Gallery,

100 E 5, 974-5210. (Edmond)

“Unconventional Wisdom” works by Bert Seabourn and Don Holladay, Paseo Originals, 2920

Paseo, 604-6602.

“American Moderns, 1910-1960: From O’Keeffe to Rockwell,” fiftyseven works from the Brooklyn Museum, Oklahoma City Museum of Art, 415 Couch Drive, 236-3100.

“One Step Closer: Work from the Semi-Professional Student Studios in the Department of Design,” University of Central

Nancy Werneke exhibit, North Gallery of the State Capitol, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2931.

“At Home and Away,” works by Carol Beesley and “From the Earth,” works by John Wolfe, JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 528-6336.

“The Spectacle: A New Media Collective Exhibition,” Lightwell Gallery, OU School of Art & Art History, 520 Parrington Oval, 3252691. (Norman)

Oklahoma,, 974-2366.

“The Art of Senoj,” by Mary Ann Moore, Oklahoma Black Museum, 4701 N Lincoln, 521-114.

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

WED

17

Science Museum Oklahoma and the Satellite Galleries present GEOMETRIX Geometry in Art exhibit, Science Museum Oklahoma,

Oklahoma,, 974-2366.

2100 NE 52, 602-3760.

“At Home and Away,” works by Carol Beesley and “From the Earth,” works by John Wolfe, JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 528-6336.

“Landscape Invitation,” Art Group Gallery, 9309 N Pennsylvania, 607-4669.

“The Art of Senoj,” by Mary Ann Moore, Oklahoma Black Museum, 4701 N Lincoln, 521-114.

CONCERTS Bang Bang Variety Show featuring Christophe and The Prairie Fire, 9 p.m., The Hidden

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

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18

CONCERTS Doug And Telisha Williams, 8

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

Louis C.K., 8 p.m., Brady Theater, 105 W Brady, (918) 582-7239. (Tulsa) ZZ Top, 8 p.m., Hard Rock Hotel &

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

Kevin Seconds and Kepi Ghoulie,

8:30 p.m., VZD’s Restaurant & Club, 4200 N Western, 524-4203.

My Jerusalem, 9 p.m., The

Conservatory, 8911 N Western, 879-9778.

Clint Levi Band, 9 p.m., Wormy Dog Saloon, 311 E Sheridan, 601-6276.

LIVE MUSIC Othello’s, 434 Buchanan, Open Mic Night!, 9 p.m., 701-4900. (Norman) The Point After Club, 6800 S I 35 Service Road, Open Blues Jam, 9 p.m., 778-8166. Blue Note, 2408 N Robinson,

Colourmusic, New Fumes and AMP, 9 p.m., 600-1166.

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

“Frankenstein,” 8 p.m., Civic Center Music Hall, 201 N Walker, 297-2264.

Remington Park Racing and Casino, 1 Remington Place, Bruce

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

Oklahoma City Limits, 4801 S Eastern, Rick Jawnsun, 7:30 p.m., 619-3939.

NIGHT LIFE Loony Bin Comedy Club, 8503 N Rockwell, Dan Chopin, 8 p.m., 2394242.

THEATER “Celebrating the Masks of Comedy and Tragedy,” 8 p.m., Jewel

University of Oklahoma Theatre presents “Iphigenie en Tauride,”

8 p.m., Reynolds Performing Arts Center, 560 Parrington Oval, 325-4101. (Norman)

HAPPENINGS “Pablo Picasso’s Woman,” Fred

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

“The James T. Bialac Native American Art Collection: Selected Works,” Fred Jones Jr. Museum of

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

Box Theatre, 3700 N Walker, 521-1786.

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Science Museum Oklahoma and the Satellite Galleries present GEOMETRIX Geometry in Art exhibit, Science Museum Oklahoma,

2100 NE 52, 602-3760.

“Landscape Invitation,” Art Group Gallery, 9309 N Pennsylvania, 6074669. “Enriched: Animal Art from the OKC Zoo,” Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-0765.

International Artist, Hakan Strand’s

Exhibit “Focus on Light,” Visions In The Paseo Art Gallery, 2924 Paseo, 557-1229.

Works by Oklahoma Impressionist Painter Stephen Smith, 5 p.m., The Performing Arts Studio, 200 S Jones, 307-9320. (Norman)

“Unconventional Wisdom” works by Bert Seabourn and Don Holladay, Paseo Originals, 2920 Paseo, 604-6602.

“American Moderns, 1910-1960:

“One Step Closer: Work from the Semi-Professional Student Studios in the Department of Design,” University of Central

Oklahoma,, 974-2366.

Expressionist Paintings by Bert Seabourn, 50 Penn Place Art Gallery, 1900 Northwest Expressway, 8485567.

From O’Keeffe to Rockwell,” fiftyseven works from the Brooklyn Museum, Oklahoma City Museum of Art, 415 Couch Drive, 236-3100.

“At Home and Away,” works by Carol Beesley and “From the Earth,” works by John Wolfe, JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 528-6336.

OCU’s Artist in Residence Mike Wimmer hosts Art Socials, 6 p.m.,

“Art in the Family” art by Chad Woolbright and his daughter,

Oklahoma City University, 2501 N Blackwelder, 208-5000.

Allie Woolbright, In Your Eye Studio & Gallery, 3005 Paseo, 525-2161.

“The Art of Senoj,” by Mary Ann Moore, Oklahoma Black Museum, 4701 N Lincoln, 521-114.

UCO Department of Design presents: “The Addy Show” Exhibit, UCO’s Donna Nigh Gallery,

Artwork by Dale Martin, Summer

100 E 5, 974-5210. (Edmond)

Wine Art Gallery, 2928 B Paseo, 831-3279.

Nancy Werneke exhibit, North

Gallery of the State Capitol, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2931.


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19 CONCERTS Joe Ely, 8 p.m., The Blue Door, 2805 N

Mckinley, 524-0738.

Turnpike Troubadours and American Aquarium, 9 p.m., Wormy

Dog Saloon, 311 E Sheridan, 601-6276.

The Spinners and Florence LaRue and the Fifth Dimension,

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

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

Back In The Day 90’s Halloween Party With My So Called Band,

10 p.m., Kamp’s Bar, 1310 NW 25, 524-2251.

RocktoberFest 2012 - The Cult, Hinder, Buckcherry, Hellyeah, Lit and Saving Abel, 2:30 p.m., OKC Zoo

Amphitheatre, 2101 NE 50, 364-3700.

LIVE MUSIC Blue Fire Grille at Waterford Marriott, 6300 Waterford, Burton

Band, 9 p.m., 848-4782.

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

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

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

Grady’s 66 Pub, 444 W Main,

Brandon Jenkins, 9 p.m., 354-8789. (Yukon)

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

Remington Park Racing and Casino, 1 Remington Place, Scott

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

Oklahoma City Limits, 4801 S

Eastern, Lower 40, 9 p.m., 619-3939.

OCTOBER 10 - OCTOBER 24 Grand Casino, 777 Grand Casino Blvd., Stars, 9 p.m., (405) 964-7263. (Shawnee) Woody’s Sports Bar and Grill, 2501 NE 23, Positive Productions Band, 9 p.m., 415-4061.

NIGHT LIFE Loony Bin Comedy Club, 8503 N Rockwell, Dan Chopin, 8 p.m., 2394242.

THEATER “Celebrating the Masks of Comedy and Tragedy,” 8 p.m., Jewel

Box Theatre, 3700 N Walker, 521-1786.

“Frankenstein,” 8 p.m., Civic Center Music Hall, 201 N Walker, 297-2264. “Night of Grand Guignol,” 8 p.m., Reduxion Theatre Company, 1613 N Broadway, 651-3191. University of Oklahoma Theatre presents “Iphigenie en Tauride,”

8 p.m., Reynolds Performing Arts Center, 560 Parrington Oval, 325-4101. (Norman)

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

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

Science Museum Oklahoma and the Satellite Galleries present GEOMETRIX Geometry in Art exhibit, Science Museum Oklahoma,

Expressionist Paintings by Bert Seabourn, 50 Penn Place Art Gallery, 1900 Northwest Expressway, 8485567.

UCO Department of Design presents: “The Addy Show” Exhibit, UCO’s Donna Nigh Gallery,

100 E 5, 974-5210. (Edmond)

“Unconventional Wisdom” works by Bert Seabourn and Don Holladay, Paseo Originals, 2920 Paseo, 604-6602.

“American Moderns, 1910-1960: From O’Keeffe to Rockwell,” fiftyseven works from the Brooklyn Museum, Oklahoma City Museum of Art, 415 Couch Drive, 236-3100. “Art in the Family” art by Chad Woolbright and his daughter,

Allie Woolbright, In Your Eye Studio & Gallery, 3005 Paseo, 525-2161.

Artwork by Dale Martin, Summer Wine Art Gallery, 2928 B Paseo, 831-3279.

Nancy Werneke exhibit, North

Gallery of the State Capitol, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2931.

“One Step Closer: Work from the Semi-Professional Student Studios in the Department of Design,” University of Central Oklahoma,, 974-2366.

“At Home and Away,” works by Carol Beesley and “From the Earth,” works by John Wolfe, JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 528-6336. “The Art of Senoj,” by Mary Ann

Moore, Oklahoma Black Museum, 4701 N Lincoln, 521-114.

2100 NE 52, 602-3760.

“Landscape Invitation,” Art

Group Gallery, 9309 N Pennsylvania, 607-4669.

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

International Artist, Hakan Strand’s Exhibit “Focus on Light,” Visions In The Paseo Art Gallery, 2924 Paseo, 557-1229. Works by Oklahoma Impressionist Painter Stephen Smith, 5 p.m., The Performing Arts Studio, 200 S Jones, 307-9320. (Norman)

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Shannon McNally and Amy Lavere, 8 p.m., The Blue Door, 2805 N Mckinley, 524-0738.

Melvins Lite, 8 p.m., Opolis

Production LLC, 113 N Crawford (Norman)

Slaid Cleaves, 7:30 p.m., Tulsa Little

Theatre, 1511 S Delaware, (918) 7490020. (Tulsa)

Lost Empires CD Release Show with Rainbows Are Free, Two Snakes and Chud, 9 p.m., The Conservatory, 8911 N Western, 879-9778.

Aaron Watson, 9 p.m., Wormy Dog Saloon, 311 E Sheridan, 601-6276. REO Speedwagon, 7 p.m., Grand Casino, 777 Grand Casino Blvd., (405) 964-7263. (Shawnee)

LIVE MUSIC Ingrid’s Kitchen, 3701 N Youngs,

Kitty Houston and Gary Johnson’s Band, noon, 946-8444.

Blue Fire Grille at Waterford Marriott, 6300 Waterford, Burton

Band, 9 p.m., 848-4782.

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

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

Kamp’s Bar, 1310 NW 25, Evil Jive

2012 - AFK, Kids At The Bar, Ed Crunk, Crystal Vision and Rule Of Eight, 8 p.m., 524-2251.

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.

Oklahoma City Limits, 4801 S

Eastern, Evolution Underground, 9 p.m., 619-3939.

Rhinestone Cowboy, 900 SE 59,

CONCERTS The Melvins, 10 p.m., Opolis Production LLC, 113 N Crawford (Norman) Jeff Foxworthy, 4 and 8 p.m., Hard

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

Stars, 9 p.m., 616-0288.

NIGHT LIFE Loony Bin Comedy Club, 8503 N Rockwell, Dan Chopin, 8 p.m., 2394242.

THEATER “Celebrating the Masks of Comedy and Tragedy,” 8 p.m., Jewel

Box Theatre, 3700 N Walker, 521-1786.

“Frankenstein,” 8 p.m., Civic Center

Music Hall, 201 N Walker, 297-2264.

“Night of Grand Guignol,” 8 p.m.,

Reduxion Theatre Company, 1613 N Broadway, 651-3191.

Whodunit Dinner Theatre presents “Showdown at Madam Yahoo’s Saloon!,” fund-raiser, 6 p.m.,

Elks Lodge #1890, 8635 SE 15, 7374218 or 420-3222. (Midwest City)

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

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

Science Museum Oklahoma and the Satellite Galleries present GEOMETRIX Geometry in Art exhibit, Science Museum Oklahoma,

2100 NE 52, 602-3760.

“Landscape Invitation,” Art Group Gallery, 9309 N Pennsylvania, 607-4669.

Artwork by Dale Martin, Summer Wine Art Gallery, 2928 B Paseo, 831-3279.

Nancy Werneke exhibit, North

Gallery of the State Capitol, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2931.

“At Home and Away,” works by Carol Beesley and “From the Earth,” works by John Wolfe, JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 528-6336.

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CONCERTS James McMurtry, 8 p.m., Cain’s Ballroom, 423 N Main, (918) 5842306. (Tulsa)

Winter Wind Concert with Milk Drive, 7 p.m., The Performing Arts Studio, 200 S Jones, 307-9320. (Norman)

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

“Enriched: Animal Art from the OKC Zoo,” Oklahoma History Center,

The Point After Club, 6800 S I 35

International Artist, Hakan Strand’s Exhibit “Focus on Light,” Visions In The Paseo Art Gallery, 2924 Paseo, 557-1229.

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

800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-0765.

Expressionist Paintings by Bert Seabourn, 50 Penn Place Art Gallery,

Service Road, Open Blues Jam, 9 p.m., 778-8166.

NIGHT LIFE

1900 Northwest Expressway, 8485567.

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

“American Moderns, 1910-1960: From O’Keeffe to Rockwell,” fiftyseven works from the Brooklyn Museum, Oklahoma City Museum of Art, 415 Couch Drive, 236-3100.

Loony Bin Comedy Club, 8503 N Rockwell, Dan Chopin, 8 p.m., 2394242.

Jesse Bartley Milam exhibit,”

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

“Art in the Family” art by Chad Woolbright and his daughter,

Allie Woolbright, In Your Eye Studio & Gallery, 3005 Paseo, 525-2161.

THEATER “Celebrating the Masks of Comedy and Tragedy,” 2:30 p.m.,

Jewel Box Theatre, 3700 N Walker, 521-1786.

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

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University of Oklahoma Theatre presents “Iphigenie en Tauride,”

3 p.m., Reynolds Performing Arts Center, 560 Parrington Oval, 325-4101. (Norman)

SPORTS OKC Thunder vs Denver Nuggets (Preseason), 7 p.m., Chesapeake

OCTOBER 10 - OCTOBER 24 Busdriver, Nocando and Open Mic

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

Amplified Heat, 9 p.m., The

Conservatory, 8911 N Western, 879-9778.

LIVE MUSIC

Energy Arena, 100 W Reno, 6028700.

Cookies, 2304 N Western, David

HAPPENINGS

NIGHT LIFE

“Pablo Picasso’s Woman,” Fred

Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W

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

“The James T. Bialac Native American Art Collection: Selected Works,” Fred Jones Jr. Museum of

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

Science Museum Oklahoma and the Satellite Galleries present GEOMETRIX Geometry in Art exhibit, Science Museum Oklahoma,

2100 NE 52, 602-3760.

International Artist, Hakan Strand’s Exhibit “Focus on Light,” Visions In The Paseo Art Gallery, 2924 Paseo, 557-1229. “American Moderns, 1910-1960:

From O’Keeffe to Rockwell,” fiftyseven works from the Brooklyn Museum, Oklahoma City Museum of Art, 415 Couch Drive, 236-3100.

Jesse Bartley Milam exhibit,”

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

Nancy Werneke exhibit, North

Gallery of the State Capitol, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2931.

“At Home and Away,” works by

Carol Beesley and “From the Earth,” works by John Wolfe, JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 528-6336.

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22

CONCERTS

“One Step Closer: Work from the Semi-Professional Student Studios in the Department of Design,” University of Central Oklahoma,, 974-2366.

2100 NE 52, 602-3760.

“At Home and Away,” works by Carol Beesley and “From the Earth,” works by John Wolfe, JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 528-6336.

“Premiere Art for the Premier Card,” 8 a.m., Art Group Gallery, 9309

Bruster and Andy Adams, 8 p.m.

Memorial, Karaoke, 8 p.m., 751-1547.

HAPPENINGS

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23

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

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

Science Museum Oklahoma and the Satellite Galleries present GEOMETRIX Geometry in Art exhibit, Science Museum Oklahoma,

Science Museum Oklahoma and the Satellite Galleries present GEOMETRIX Geometry in Art exhibit, Science Museum Oklahoma,

CONCERTS Red Hot Chili Peppers, 7:30 p.m., BOK Center, 200 S Denver, (918) 8944200. (Tulsa) Oklahoma City Community College’s Cultural Arts Series presents “Time for Three,” 7 p.m.,

N Pennsylvania, 607-4669.

2012 Oklahoma Arts Conference “Building Bridges to Vibrant Communities,” 8 a.m., The Skirvin

Hilton Hotel, 1 Park Avenue, 521.2931 .

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

International Artist, Hakan Strand’s Exhibit “Focus on Light,” Visions In The Paseo Art Gallery, 2924 Paseo, 557-1229. Works by Oklahoma Impressionist Painter Stephen Smith, 5 p.m., The Performing Arts Studio, 200 S Jones, 307-9320. (Norman)

Expressionist Paintings by Bert Seabourn, 50 Penn Place Art Gallery,

2100 NE 52, 602-3760.

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

1900 Northwest Expressway, 8485567.

2012 Oklahoma Arts Conference “Building Bridges to Vibrant Communities,” 1 p.m., The Skirvin

Coheed and Cambria, The Dear Hunter and Three, 8 p.m., Diamond

UCO Department of Design presents: “The Addy Show” Exhibit, UCO’s Donna Nigh Gallery,

Hilton Hotel, 1 Park Avenue, 521.2931 .

Ballroom, 8001 S Eastern, (866) 977-6849.

100 E 5, 974-5210. (Edmond)

“Enriched: Animal Art from the OKC Zoo,” Oklahoma History Center,

Static X, Ill Nino, Day of Tragedy and Soul Crisis, 7 p.m., The

“Unconventional Wisdom” works by Bert Seabourn and Don Holladay, Paseo Originals, 2920

800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-0765.

Works by Oklahoma Impressionist Painter Stephen Smith, 5 p.m., The Performing Arts Studio, 200 S Jones, 307-9320. (Norman)

Expressionist Paintings by Bert Seabourn, 50 Penn Place Art Gallery, 1900 Northwest Expressway, 8485567.

UCO Department of Design presents: “The Addy Show” Exhibit, UCO’s Donna Nigh Gallery,

100 E 5, 974-5210. (Edmond)

“American Moderns, 1910-1960: From O’Keeffe to Rockwell,” fiftyseven works from the Brooklyn Museum, Oklahoma City Museum of Art, 415 Couch Drive, 236-3100. Nancy Werneke exhibit, North Gallery of the State Capitol, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2931.

Red Hot Chili Peppers, 8 p.m., Chesapeake Energy Arena, 100 W Reno, 602-8700.

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Chameleon Room, 3034 N Portland

The Isotopes and Easy Lovers,

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

LIVE MUSIC The Parish, 1757 NW 16, I The Breather, 6:30 p.m.

NIGHT LIFE Othello’s, 434 Buchanan, Othello’s

Comedy Night, 10 p.m., 701-4900. (Norman)

Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W

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

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

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

WED

24 CONCERTS Todd Snider with Jason Isbell,

8 p.m., Cain’s Ballroom, 423 N Main, (918) 584-2306. (Tulsa)

James Talley, 8 p.m., The Blue Door, 2805 N Mckinley, 524-0738. Brian Pounds, 9 p.m., Wormy Dog Saloon, 311 E Sheridan, 601-6276.

Oklahoma,, 974-2366.

“At Home and Away,” works by Carol Beesley and “From the Earth,” works by John Wolfe, JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 528-6336. “The Art of Senoj,” by Mary Ann Moore, Oklahoma Black Museum, 4701 N Lincoln, 521-114.

Works by Oklahoma Impressionist Painter Stephen Smith, 5 p.m., The Performing Arts Studio, 200 S Jones, 307-9320. (Norman)

Expressionist Paintings by Bert Seabourn, 50 Penn Place Art Gallery,

1900 Northwest Expressway, 8485567.

UCO Department of Design presents: “The Addy Show” Exhibit, UCO’s Donna Nigh Gallery, “Unconventional Wisdom” works by Bert Seabourn and Don Holladay, Paseo Originals, 2920

Service Road, Open Blues Jam, 9 p.m., 778-8166.

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

Grand Casino, 777 Grand Casino Blvd., TJ McFarland, 9 p.m., (405) 3647263. (Shawnee)

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

“Pablo Picasso’s Woman,” Fred

“One Step Closer: Work from the Semi-Professional Student Studios in the Department of Design,” University of Central

Visions In The Paseo Art Gallery, 2924 Paseo, 557-1229.

The Point After Club, 6800 S I 35

“American Moderns, 1910-1960:

Gallery of the State Capitol, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2931.

International Artist, Hakan Strand’s Exhibit “Focus on Light,”

100 E 5, 974-5210. (Edmond)

HAPPENINGS

Nancy Werneke exhibit, North

800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-0765.

LIVE MUSIC

Paseo, 604-6602.

From O’Keeffe to Rockwell,” fiftyseven works from the Brooklyn Museum, Oklahoma City Museum of Art, 415 Couch Drive, 236-3100.

“Enriched: Animal Art from the OKC Zoo,” Oklahoma History Center,

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

Paseo, 604-6602.

“American Moderns, 1910-1960: From O’Keeffe to Rockwell,” fiftyseven works from the Brooklyn Museum, Oklahoma City Museum of

Art, 415 Couch Drive, 236-3100.

Artwork by Dale Martin, Summer Wine Art Gallery, 2928 B Paseo, 831-3279.

Nancy Werneke exhibit, North

Gallery of the State Capitol, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2931.

“One Step Closer: Work from the Semi-Professional Student Studios in the Department of Design,” University of Central

Oklahoma,, 974-2366.

“The James T. Bialac Native American Art Collection: Selected Works,” Fred Jones Jr. Museum of

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

Science Museum Oklahoma and the Satellite Galleries present GEOMETRIX Geometry in Art exhibit, Science Museum Oklahoma,

2100 NE 52, 602-3760.

“Premiere Art for the Premier Card,” Art Group Gallery, 9309 N Pennsylvania, 607-4669.

2012 Oklahoma Arts Conference “Building Bridges to Vibrant Communities,” 8:30 a.m., The

Skirvin Hilton Hotel, 1 Park Avenue, 521.2931 .

“At Home and Away,” works by Carol Beesley and “From the Earth,” works by John Wolfe, JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker,

528-6336.

“The Art of Senoj,” by Mary Ann Moore, Oklahoma Black Museum, 4701 N Lincoln, 521-114.


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2008 Honda Civic Coupe EX 2dr auto sun roof 100000 mi 732-8373 $8500. 2007 Honda CR-V 44K mi, EX, Auto, 4DR, Navy. Exc Mntnc, New Batt, 20K on tires,VVG cond, 25-28mpg $16,900 obo. 405-779-3927

1993 Sedan Deville 78k miles $3,000 call 405-672-9282

¡Paying The Most¡

¡CASH¡

CALL 1st OR LAST we still pay the most!

$250 & UP!!

Classic Car Restoration Free transport avail 918-605-6070 YesteryearClassicAutos.com

405-408-4835

'83 Silverado V8 Auto Power everything, tool box, Red/Red., Good Shape $1500 405-793-0139 and 405-833-2236

NO TITLE .... THATS OK

We'll Still Have it Gone Today!! FAST ¡¡¡¡¡¡ FRIENDLY NO ¡¡¡ HASSLES

'79 Lincoln Mark V Collector's Edition, all original, white ext, navy blue int, 100k miles, excellent condition $4,900 OBO »» 831-6011

'98 Lexus ES 300, 109K miles, leather, sunroof, well maintained, $6,300. 405-834-1346

78 Continental 89k actual miles, great shape $2500obo 831-6098

2012 AMG Sport P2, DVD, Nav $77,950 ¡ Carfax Cert. MbForLess.com ¡ 972-243-3400 2011 SL550 AMG Sport, Pano, Keygo, $71,950 Carfax Cert. MbForLess.com ¡ 972-243-3400

2011 R350 Pano, Nav, 3-zone A/C $39,950 Carfax Cert. MbForLess.com ¡ 972-243-3400 2011 C300 AMG Sport, Just serviced. $25,950 Carfax Cert. MbForLess.com ¡ 972-243-3400

$200 & Up for non-running vehicles, no title ok. 405-819-6293

FOR YOUR JUNK AUTO

¡CALL BECCA¡

2004 Infiniti G-35, 54K mi, 6spd trans, leather, Bose stereo, sunroof, new tires, exc cond, $13,000 405-577-6575 or 405-410-3403

Roadmaster tow bar: Stowmaster 5000, $400, 405-737-1895.

1994 Range Rover LWB County black w/black leather, very good condition, good Firestone tires, recent service, moon/sunroof, air co. charged, new battery, 158K, $4,100. 405-802-8086

2011 GL450 P2, DVD, Nav, Keygo, $52,950 Carfax Cert. MbForLess.com ¡ 972-243-3400

Tundra DC '12 white Jason Cyber camper shell, $700 (405)912-4985 AAA cash car, trk cycle. Run/notfree tow. We come to U 850-9696

08 LR3 HSE7, DVD Nav, 38K, new tires Carfax cert 972-243-3400 $31,950 TexasCarsDirect.com

'94 Mustang GT, 5 Speed, Mags, Leather, Runs and Drives Strong $2,450 »»» 405-694-0688

'04 Honda Civic, 4 door, auto, air, 150K, $4,495. 640-7209

New-2nds 50% off, bedcovers, I BUY JUNK CARS/TRKS Running or not, all years. 341-5404 days.

2011 Ford Fusion SE 2.5L 4 CYL, black/charcoal, 3450 miles, 1 owner, $7400, debchd@ymail.com 7400,

'09 Range Rover Sport, Supercharged, Nav, Warr, As New Carfax Cert ¡ 972-243-3400 $37,950 TexasCarsDirect.com

2010 Camaro 2LT RS, 6K, loaded, $25,995 ¡‘¡ 405-850-4401 05 Impala LS, 130k, loaded, runs & drives great. all power only $4450 209-5297co 2004 Malibu Classic $12,000 obo after 4pm.call 405-627-9870 03 Impala LS, loaded, leather, sunroof, a creampuff!! 157k & xxnice!!! $3450 209-5297co

2012 XJ L, Portfolio, Heavy opts, 1700 mi. $69,950 Carfax Cert. JagsForLess.com ¡ 972-243-3400

2011 E350 Diesel, Lux pak, Low miles. $43,950 Carfax Cert. MbForLess.com ¡ 972-243-3400

2012 XJ, Nav, Cooled seats, Lo mi, As New $62,950 Carfax Cert. JagsForLess.com ¡ 972-243-3400

2011 ML350 Sport Prem Nav, 14K mi, $36,950 Carfax Cert. MbForLess.com ¡ 972-243-3400

2011 XJ L, Supercharged, 16K mi, Many opts $67,950 Carfax Cert. JagsForLess.com ¡ 972-243-3400

2011 GLK350 Sport, Nav, Heated Seats, MB Warr $25,950 MbForLess.com ¡ 972-243-3400

2007 S-Type R, Nav, Alpine sound, $19,950 Carfax Cert. JagsForLess.com ¡ 972-243-3400

'10 E550 Pano P2 AMG Sprt, Keygo, MB warr $37,950 Carfax cert MbForLess.com ¡ 972-243-3400

03 S type, sexy red, 103k, loaded V8, leather sunroof, super nice $6450 209-5297co.

2010 ML350 Sport, Nav, 21K mi, $34,950 Carfax Cert. MbForLess.com ¡ 972-243-3400 2010 GL450, DVD, Nav, MB Warr, $38,950 Carfax Cert. MbForLess.com ¡ 972-243-3400

'06 300C black on black Heritage package. ''Hemi'' like new $14,900 590-3000 '71 Chevy C20 350 Auto, AC, PS, PB, second owner, good condition $2,500. 405-372-0443

06 PT Cruiser Convertible 102k, 5sp, loaded, power windows & locks cruise cd $3995 209-5297co

07 Kia Rio, 107k, 35mpg, runs & drives great, auto, super nice!!! $4450 209-5297co

2010 E350 Sport Prem, Nav, MB Warr, $30,950 MbForLess.com ¡ 972-243-3400

1963 Chev Impala, 4dr, post to restore, $1,200obo; Trade for 60 model Chevy car or 50s. 412-3746

05 PT Cruiser Convertible LTD Turbo Touring, 133k auto, loaded runs great $4450 209-5297co

06 Kia Sedona 89k, loaded, pw, pl, cd, exceptionally nice $5450 209-5297co.

2010 C300 AMG Sport, Nav, MB Warr $23,950 Carfax Cert. MbForLess.com ¡ 972-243-3400


09 S550 AMG Sprt MB warr, Keygo, New tires $47,950 Carfax cert MbForLess.com ¡ 972-243-3400 ''09 ML350 Diesel, Nav, Lo mi, $30,950 MB Warr, Carfax Cert. MbForLess.com ¡ 972-243-3400 '09 CLK350 Grand Edtn Cpe, Nav MB Warr $25,950 Carfax Cert. MbForLess.com ¡ 972-243-3400

1999 Corvette Show Car, Red w/ Targa Top, Auto, 50K miles, In Storage, Like New! Chrome accessories $17,000 ¡¡ 474-1926

'03 Forester, 1 owner Excellent Condition, No accidents, Good Rubber $5,250 »» 405-412-5556

'09 CLS550 MB Sport, Keygo, Cooled seats $36,950 Carfax Cert. MbForLess.com ¡ 972-243-3400 '09 C300 MB Warr, Ipod, Heated Seats $21,950 Carfax Cert. MbForLess.com ¡ 972-243-3400 '09 ML350 Sport, Htd seats, Running boards, $26,950 Carfax Cert. MbForLess.com ¡ 972-243-3400 '09 C350 AMG Sport, Nav, Lo mi, $24,950 Carfax Cert. MbForLess.com ¡ 972-243-3400

2011 GTI, Only 3K mi, auto, roof, black, Perfect! $23,500. 206-1186 98 Jetta Convertible, 91k, auto, runs & drives great. Power locks & Windows, gas saver $2450 209-5297co.

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$ JUNK AUTOS $

'08 GL450, Nav, 45K mi, As New $32,950 ¡ Carfax Cert. MbForLess.com ¡ 972-243-3400

$250 & UP!

'07 CLK550 Conv AMG, Previous CPO, 26K mi $28,950 Carfax Cert. MbForLess.com ¡ 972-243-3400

2002 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Only 108K, 22inch wheels, in dash DVD player with navi, Alarm. $7850. Call 580-649-7173 2001 Chevy Silverado Ex-cab Auto 5.3L 98K mil. blue, tinted, Runs Great $8,500obo 361-4225 1996 Chevrolet 2500 Extended Cab, White ext, good cond, $2,200. 405-305-1095

2007 Honda Odyssey EXL with Navi-DVD, EC, silver, lthr, s-roof, 114K mi, orig owner, new timing blt & wtr pump $18,950. 833-6596 '05 Kia Sedona LX, 3.5L, 118K, dual doors/air. $4,450. 201-3831 04 Nissan Quest 140K runs great, loaded, power windows & locks, 3rd seat $5995 209-5297 co.

'95 Chevy P/U Ext Cab, PB/PS, Air, $1650 Cash 354-2660

1992 Ford Ranger XLT, automatic, overdrive, pw, excellent condition, 3321 S Shartel, 631-9484.

'08 CL65 AMG, 9K mi, As New $89,950 Carfax Cert. MbForLess.com ¡ 972-243-3400

'08 CLS550 AMG Sport, Nav, Keygo, Ipod $33,950 Carfax Cert. MbForLess.com ¡ 972-243-3400

'98 Ford Windstar Van, Cold Air Nice & Clean $2450 ¡ 863-6399

2012 Platinum Monty Carlo, 40ft 5th wheel , 2bdm, 2 slide outs, W/D., Fire Place, Electric Oning, Whine down jacks, Hide-a-way sofa, Apa. size apps. No smoking, No pets, $30,500 obo cell 870-329-5032 TRAVEL TRAILER- 5th wheel, 2008 luxury, 2 bed, 2 slides, 3 a/c, washer & dryer, super nice, fireplace, $23,000obo, 405-249-5634. '91 Jayco pop up clean, very good cond. $1700 obo. 405-863-3584 Double Wide mobile Home Must sell needs work 405-812-5698

Clerical, Full Time

1982 KAYAK BOAT, $800 OBO 405-227-9834

Clerical Position

NW OKC based insurance company is seeking detail oriented individual for clerical position. Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills and basic computer skills, with a working knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel. Min. of 35 wpm typing and 6500 kph 10-key skills required. Benefits available. $8.50/hr. ¡ Call 848-7931.

2009 Goldwing Trike & Trailer, many accessories, asking $32K, 580-224-0367 for info & pictures

No Title Ok

CALL BECCA

408-4835

1985 1200 Goldwing, gar kept, cstm seat, $2500 405-808-6010

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WANTED Dead or Alive

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

417-9313

$200 & Up for non-running vehicles, no title ok. 405-819-6293 I BUY JUNK CARS/TRKS Running or not, all years. 341-5404 days. 2006 Mercury Grand Marquis LS 1 owner, like new, loaded, white, 84K, $9,900obo. 405-752-1295

2000 Toyota Tacoma ext cab, auto, 72K miles, great condition, 2nd owner, $8500, 405-659-7676.

Entry Level Clerk Needed for OKC Law Firm. $1600/month plus benefits. Fax resumes to 525-7855.

78 Harley Shovelhead 1200 cc New tires & more $7,000.00 OBO 405-942-529

Medical Claims Processor

97 Toyota T100, Ext cab, 2wd, V6, 5sp gas saver, 117k Runs Great!!! $3450 209-5297co

'04 Buick Rendezvous Ultra, 3.4L, 118K loaded/nice $5950.669-4094 '03 Chev S10 Blazer, 2WD Auto, cold air, CD, Nice $3750¡863-6399

'01 SABLE loaded, CD, cold air, Nice Cond $3250 ¡ 863-6399

'02 Dodge Durango, V8 auto, 4wd 3rd row seating $3,950¡863-6399

01 ECLIPSE GT, white, 106,000 miles, black leather interior, good condition, $4300 obo. Call 405-830-5809

2003 Ford Explorer Sport 2Dr, Sport Utility, 2WD, V-6, automatic, Gold ext, great cond, 86,000 mi, A/C, AM/FM stereo, ABS, CD, keyless entry, PS, PW, $4,800. 405-641-2608

02 YAMAHA KODIAK 400 4 WHEELER 4WD, new winch low hrs, runs gd, $2450obo. 826-6192 Golf Car Center Yamaha, E-Z-GO New/Used 262-2221 Okc 866-323-2221

OIL STATES PIPER VALVE World-Class Valve Manufacturer Seeks motivated a individual to join the Oil States-Piper Valve team. Assume responsibilities as

ACCOUNTING SPECIALIST

01 Intrigue 118K loaded, leather, sunroof,power locks & windows runs great$2450 209-5297 co.

1988 Ford E-350 Diesel 7.3 -14 ft Box Truck - One of a Kind 169,000 miles, Owned since 1995, Needs Nothing, Cold A/C, Many New Parts, Receipts, $4500 OBO, Days-405-390-0380, 405-543-9521

02 Geo Tracker 172k, loaded power windows & locks, runs great!! auto, $2250 209-5297co.

1999 Alero runs, looks good reliable $2300 cash 641-8941 '95 Aurora, 4.0L, 100K, new tires/ parts, Xnice, $3,450. 669-4094

2000 SL2 Auto, Power, Air, 32mpg 116k, $2,700 » 844-5122 '95 Saturn 4 dr, auto, AC, 56K, hail damage, $1650. 204-2792

00 Ford Explorer Eddie Bauer, 4x4, 116k, runs and drives great, power windows-locks $2250 209-5297co

2-3 yrs AR/AP exp req. HS or equiv req, College degree pref. Collections exp a plus. MAS200, MS Office, 10 Key-Touch Attn: Accounting humanresources@pipervalve.com 1020 E Grand Blvd OKC, OK 73129 2008 35' Luxury 5th Wheel, triple axle, 2 a/c, W/D, $16,500, OKC area, 405-922-4197/870-692-4373

'07 GMC Denali XL, low mileage, 22" wheels, loaded, $30,900 405-740-1850 '09 Tundra LTD. Lucchese, crew Max 5.7l V8 27K miles, Nav, $23,995 »»»» 405-821-9158

2010 Honda CR-V LX 4wd white 22K miles 1 owner like new all service records $18,500 341-5404

'94 Conquest Camper 28ft, like new must see loaded dbl axle, road ready $5995. 209-5297 co

Local transportation company has an immediate opening for an experienced Administrative Assistant in their Drumright facility. This person will communicate directly with producers to accept loads, enter loads into dispatch system, enter tickets into DART, enter maintenance into database, maintain all office files for DOT requirements, dispatch trucks from producers to Lact units and helps to support drivers with their daily deliveries. Must have excellent computer skills with at least two years office experience. Truck knowledge and dispatching a plus. Fax or email resume with job title to:

Physical Therapy Clinic. North OKC. Good computer skills required. Benefits. Fax resume to: 717-635-3591

2006 Nissan Armada, loaded, perfect condition, 108K miles, $14,900, 405-823-2917.

SAME DAY SERVICE

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT

hr@nbiservices.com or fax to 918-584-4128

1982 VW Vanagon, rebuilt 4 cylinder diesel engine, restorable, $3,500. 405-306-8450

2001 Ford F-150 Pickup, 4.2, automatic, good cond, 188k mi, $2,500. 405-350-7262

'09 E350 Pano AMG Sport, Nav MB Warr $27,950 Carfax Cert. MbForLess.com ¡ 972-243-3400

'08 S550 P3, Night view, Keygo, 39K mi. $41,950 Carfax Cert. MbForLess.com ¡ 972-243-3400

'01 Ford Windstar, CD, Cold Air, Nice, Dependable $3650 863-6399

1998 Dodge Ram 1500 ext cab, V8 auto, cold air $2,650 ¡ 863-6399

'09 C300 AMG Sport, Prem, Htd seats, 9K mi, $26,950 Carfax Cert. MbForLess.com ¡ 972-243-3400

09 GL450 Sport P2 DVD Nav, Keygo $35,950 MB warr, Carfax cert MbForLess.com ¡ 972-243-3400

'96 Aerostar Nice Clean Dependable cold air $1,950 ¡ 863-6399

OKC based insurance company is seeking detail oriented person with basic computer skills to fill a Claims Processor position. Knowledge of medical terminology, CPT and ICD-9 codes a plus. Must be able to type at least 40 wpm. Benefits available. $8.50 per hour. Call 848-7931. RECEPTIONIST NEEDED; entry level position; full-time; pleasant, outgoing, hard worker; basic secretarial & computer skills needed; reliable. South Oklahoma City Law Office. Please email resume to: sshelton@sheltonlawok.com Receptionist/Doctor's Assistant Will train. Bring resume Monday 12:30-1:30 p.m. only. 5583 NW Expressway

Weekend Receptionist

Fast paced facility looking for fun energetic Weekend Receptionist from 8:30am-6:00pm. Must have great people skills. Apply at Ranchwood Nursing Center 824 S Yukon Parkway, Yukon

Aviation Sheet Metal Technician Tulakes Aero is seeking experienced sheet metal and composite technicians. ed@tulakesaero.com


Terminal Instrument Procedure (TERPS) Designer Experience in airspace and procedures design, Air Traffic Control, Instrument Rated Pilot is highly desirable, as well as experience with instrument design software or the ability to adapt quickly to design software Seeking individuals with experience in the application of criteria contained in FAA Order 8260.3B Terminal Instrument Procedures Development, FAA Order 8260.19C Flight Procedures and Airspace, and other applicable orders and directives that establish criteria for procedure design. Primary duties will involve the review and evaluation of instrument approach procedures and the associated documentation to include charting and source forms. The operation of procedure design software evaluating for the impact of surrounding terrain and obstacles will be part of daily activities. Work with regulatory agencies, stakeholders and airline customers will also be required. Position is located in Atlanta, GA, relocation assistance provided. Please apply at Careers.Jeppesen.com. TERPS Please apply at: Careers.Jeppesen.com.

AUTO BODY TECH

Good pay with benefits and lots of work. Position available immediately. 21st Century Collision, 623-1701

AUTOMOTIVE TECHS Now Hiring ‚ 203-0596

FIRESTONE

Diesel Mechanic Needed for RDS, I Waste Services. 405-348-8411 or Email info@rdsiok.com

JIFFY LUBE MANAGERS wanted Up to $40K/year plus bonuses depending on experience. Call (405) 604-1331 for interview.

ARL is seeking Microbiologist. BS degree in microbiology or related field. Media prep; isolate & ID micro-organisms; sterility & endotoxin testing; aseptic techniques a requirement. Full benefits incl health/401K. Email resume to hr@arlok.com with “Microbiologist” in the subject line.” DNA Solutions is seeking a detailed & organized Lab Scientist. BS degree in biology or related field. Knowledge of instruments & practices used in molecular biology lab w/ 2 yrs lab exp required. Full benefits incl health/401k. Email resume with “DNA Scientist” in the subject line to HR@arlok.com

BALDWIN ACOUSTICS & DRYWALL

is now hiring FOREMAN with a minimum of 8 years experience supervising a workforce of 10 or more. Compensation is up to $24/hr. + full benefits package. Apprentices & Journeymen wanted also. CALL 405-793-7379

*Carpenters*

OKC Building Contractor (Since 1982) seeking exp. "Carpenters" (Concrete, Frame, Drywall). Com’l & Resid. Projects in Edmond area. Contact 405-216-8500 CEI INSPECTOR Infrastructure Engineers, Inc. is growing and currently looking for qualified candidates for the following position working in and around the Oklahoma City or Tulsa area: High school diploma or equivalant with a minimum of two (2) years experience in construction inspection, one (1) year of which should be in bridge and/or roadway construction inspection. ODOT certified to inspect Asphalt, Concrete, Soil and Aggregate Field Compaction. Additional expected certifications for Erosion, Sediment Control Inspection, Work Zone Traffic Control Training and Nuclear Safety. Salary up to $48K per year. Benefits for position include health and life insurance, paid holidays, annual time off with pay and 401K. (EOE). careers@infrastructure engineers.com Construction Superintendents and Quality Control Managers Established OKC-based General Contractor is seeking experienced Construction Superintendents and Quality Control Managers for Federal Government and Industrial Projects in Lawton, Duncan and Altus. USACE and Air Force project experience preferred. Firm demands a high level of professionalism, integrity and work ethic. Competitive Pay and Benefits. OSHA and USACE Training Certifications a plus. EOE/DrugFree Workplace. Please send confidential resume to: Attn: Human Resources Director Fax: (405) 348-9384 Email: HR@swconstruct.com CONSTRUCTION SUPERINTENDENT, ADA 12 yrs. exp. In commercial const. required, preferably Churches. Send resume with name, phone number and list of projects completed to: Hugh Sprague & Assoc., Inc., 6313 Connaught Ct. Okla. City, OK 73132 [405] 722-4756

Construction Worker, FT

Universal Trailer Corp is currently accepting resumes for

I.T. Network Technician.

Fax resume and salary requirements to (405) 422-7331—Attn. HR Dept.

Dependable experienced metal building construction worker needed by commercial greenhouse builder. Must be willing to travel in state and out of state. Must have car to drive to local sites. Apply at: 9200 NW 10, OKC

Equipment Operator Construction company has immediate openings for Heavy Equipment Operators. Experience Required. 401k, health, dental and vision insurance. EOE. Men and Women encouraged to apply. Apply in person at 600 N. Sunnylane Rd. Call 405-670-4433 for more information.

General Contractor now hiring

superintendents with commercial construction experience. Salary dependent upon experience. Valid drivers license and dependable transportation are required. Fax resume to 405-840-2196 or email to jmorgan1@bdandtinc.com. Journeyman Electrician Licensed journeyman needed asap. Must pass drug/background check. Norman area. Residential exp needed. $15-19 p/hr doe. Paid holidays & insurance 405-641-0064 Landmark Fine Homes, LP Construction Superintendent If you are an individual interested in opportunities with a Home building company and have high levels of Integrity, Quality, Teamwork and Leadership capabilities look no further. Competitive salaries, and an excellent benefit package Email: info@landmarkfinehomes.com or Fax (405) 701-8520 Operators & Laborers in the Underground construction field. CDL drivers preferred, but not required. Competitive wages & benefits. Call 405-823-9684 Project Manager Carlton Landing / Lake Eufaula, Oklahoma CARLTON LANDING, a walkable lakefront community near Eufaula, OK, is seeking a highcharacter, results-oriented PROJECT MANAGER to manage a large home construction program. Candidate must be able to lead a team to complete projects according to plans and specs, on schedule, on budget and with high level of quality. Construction Degree and at least 5 years experience preferred. Great salary and benefits with performance bonus offered. More info available at www.carltonlanding.com/jobs. Email resume to jobs@ carltonlanding.com. jobs@ carltonlanding.com

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

Community Literacy Centers HAS IMMEDIATE OPENINGS FOR CERTIFIED TEACHERS to teach part time late afternoon ESL classes or morning GED classes. Call 524-7323 or email resume to okcread@aol.com Established beauty school needs

Instructor

Can be full or part time. 503-8694 or 681-8073.

Forklift Technician Seminole State College seeks applications for an

Upward Bound MathScience Coordinator.

Master's degree in education, counseling, or a related field strongly preferred. Bachelor’s degree required. For detailed job description, visit www.sscok.edu. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled; however, only candidates whose applications are received by October 12th, 2012 are assured of receiving full consideration. To apply, please send letter of application, resume, copies of all academic transcripts, and the names and phone numbers of three professional references to Seminole State College ATTN: Human Resources P.O. Box 351 Seminole, OK 74818. AA/EOE.

Preferred Material Handling now accepting applications for Forklift Technician with experience in all facets of forklift repair, including but not limited to diesel, electric, gas and lpg systems. Applicant must be dependable, have a good driving record, and own tools. Job includes benefits. If you meet the qualifications, come fill out an application. Our address is 813 SE 84th, Ok. City, OK 73149, #405-632-2800. FULL TIME position needed for Group Home. Clean OSBI and MVR reports. EOE. ¡ Call 949-2271

CASHIERS

Childcare Network hiring all positions. Apply online at

childcarenetwork.net or call 216-3097. EOE

CHILDCARE TEACHERS needed FT/PT. CDA, CCP.

‘¡ Call 405-632-6724 ¡‘ COUNTER PERSON

Swiss Cleaners 3-7 M-F, 8-3 Sat. Exp preferred. Apply at 5940 NW 122nd St. DIGITAL PRINT TECHNICIAN Photoshop, Illustrator Exp. Full Time. Monday-Friday. OKC. 405-917-7837. DIRECT CARE STAFF NEEDED for juvenile facility in Norman. Must be able to pass OSBI check. Evening & weekend shifts. Call Kelly at 307-0342 or email resume to lighthousegh@att.net DRIVERS & HELPERS for moving company. Apply in person at 1131 Enterprise Ave., Unit 15A, OKC, OK, 445-7618.

Earn Extra Income

ANS is seeking Independent Contractors to deliver newspaper products on Tuesday & Wednesday. Must be 18 years old or older, have a valid driver’s license & insurance. Routes available throughout the Oklahoma City area. If interested contact Richard Foster at rfoster@ansnewspapers.com or 405-475-3825 for more details. Food Carrier wanted at OCSNP. M-F, 6:30-3p.m. $7.25/hr, great benefits. Apply in person at 5016 N.W. 10th, M-F, 9-1. Sodexo values workforce diversity.

•Full time RN •Full time LPN All require home health experience. Call Caring Home Health at 942-8787 or fax to 942-8788. Home Health Billing with experience. Call Caring Home Health at 942-8787 or fax to 942-8788.

MARKETING

Make Ready/Painter

Healing Touch Home Care Agency has a full time Marketing position open. Call 603-4951 for inquiries or fax resumes to 603-4952.

Universal Trailer Corp

RESCARE NOW HIRING » Direct Support Staff » Program Coordinator Apply at: www.rescare.com EOE M/F/D/V

Experience in repairs and painting. Please apply at 3016 SW 89th St. Questions, call 405-691-4585. is currently accepting resumes for

FULL TIME/PART TIME Elite Thrift Store needs honest and dependable AM & PM Cashiers. Must be exper. Apply in person 10-2 834 W Edmond Rd, Edmond. ph 340-5600

Doctor's Assistant/Receptionist Will train. Bring resume Monday 12:30-1:30 p.m. only 5583 NW Expressway

Warehouse Coordinator

Fax resume and salary requirements to (405) 422-7331—Attn. HR Dept. UPS Shipper with experience needed for Parr Automotive. Call 942-8677 or apply in person at 4933 NW 10th St. VALET PARKERS NW OKC. Full time MondayFriday. Must drive a standard. Call 602-5648 or karen@medvalet.biz

Van Driver & Car Detailer

Immediate FT opening. Good starting pay. Must have valid Dr. lic & transp. Apply in peson 6700 NW16th St. See Diane Wrecker Driver Experience necessary. Drug test required. Bethany and Oklahoma City area. 519-6984 or 706-9925

LAND MANAGER

NBI Services, Inc. an independent upstream energy company, has an immediate opening for a Land Manager in Tulsa, OK. This individual will be responsible for leading and organizing all land related activities as a member of an active exploitation, production, operations and acquisition team in the upstream and midstream energy sector and commercial real estate businesses. Related degree and 10+ years Mid-Continent experience preferred. Qualified candidates should send resumes:

hr@nbiservices.com

(Incl. position title in subject line)

Dental Hygienist

needed 2 to 3 days per week for S. OKC office. At least 2 years exp. required. Email resumes to jyhddspc@aol.com DENTAL RECEPTIONIST NW OKC Dental experience a must. People person with good computer skills. Fax resume: 405-848-6664 DIETARY AIDE Apply in person at SOMMERSET ASSISTED LIVING, 1601 SW 119th St, OKC.

RN Hospice

AutumnBridge Hospice has an opening for a full-time field RN who is interested in palliative care nursing and has a strong work ethic. Advancement opportunities in management for those with hospice experience. On-call rotation required. Fax resume to 440-2441. ’ CERTIFIED HOME HEALTH AIDES ’ & 24 HOUR LIVE-IN CAREGIVERS Caring for Seniors IMMEDIATE OPENINGS PT/FT FLEXIBLE SHIFTS To Apply Call 577-1910

Visiting Angels

Att: LPNs

St. Ann's Home, a long term care facility in OKC has an immediate openings for a 6am-2pm charge nurse and a 10pm-6am charge nurse to join our team. Great benefits including 100% paid medical and dental. Apply in person at 9400 St. Ann Dr. OKC, 73162 EOE CMAs & MATs - All Shifts Apply at: Sommerset Assisted Living 1601 SW 119th St, OKC.

» CNAs 3-11 & 11-7»

Great facility now hiring fun & energetic CNAs with love in their heart to join our 3-11 & 11-7 team

» $400 SIGN ON » » BONUS »

Apply in person at Ranchwood Nursing Center 824 S Yukon Parkway, Yukon LPN needed to assist doctor in busy W/C practice. Good communication skills necessary. M-F. Benefits. Fax resume: 235-6206.

OFFICE NURSE

RN, LPN or MA for vein clinic. Surgical experience needed. Computer skills a must. Fax resume to 405-751-8960 or info@ oklahomaveinspecialists.com

Hiring all positions at Four Points by Sheraton, 6300 E Terminal Drive, OKC, OK 73159. 405-681-3500


The Oklahoma City Marriott is hiring for the following positions: • Front Office Supervisors • Front Desk Agents Please apply at the Front Desk 3233 NW Expressway

Female available to care for your elderly loved one. 405-778-3250. RMA Seeks job working in Medical Records or in Dr's office processing patients before appts. For resume call 405-720-7451.

Apt Maintenance/Make Ready Multi locations. $9/hr. Must have vehicle & own tools. Drug test. Apply at Hillcrest Apartments, 5600 S Youngs Blvd. CONSTRUCTION LABORERS for laying underground water & gas lines. Must have valid DL. Requires Pre-employment drug test. Benefits. Apply at 8405 SW 15th, OKC, M-F, 8-4, 495-5295

Marketing & Promotions Supervisor Immediate opportunity at upscale gentlemen's club. Responsibilities include: Distribution of marketing materials. Building key relationships with concierge, taxi, and limo personnel. Supervision and management of promotional street team. Marketing and promoting to area conventions and large events. Execution of inhouse promotions and events. Variable hours including nights and weekends. Send resume to: cluboperations@dejavu.com

Temporary Backpack Program Manager

for fast-paced nonprofit. Responsible for managing the Food for Kids backpack program. Must be a highly energetic person with good organizational skills. Interested persons should apply online at www.regionalfoodbank.org Include cover letter with resume. EOE

MAINTENANCE

Responsible for entire maintenance effort for 170 apt complex. Insures resident maintenance requests are promptly reported & corrected. Performs all system preventative inspections & oversees quality service from outside vendors. Prior multi-dwelling maintenance experience a must. HAC license preferred. FT, full paid benefits after 90 days. Apply in person, Saint Ann Retirement Center, 7501 W Britton Rd, OKC.

Maintenance Tech

for Senior Apt. Community. Send resume to: msteel@voaok.org

A real fit for HONEST PERSON TO WORK AT HOME W/BENEFITS CO. APR. $700/WK PT/FT 877-672-9048

Accounts Payable/ Purchase Agent for multi property apartment complex. Apply in person: Pickwick Place 2759 W I-240 Service Rd

ADMINISTRATOR

Part time Weekend Security Officer needed for downtown high rise building. 3 positions available. 3 years minimum experience and CLEET certified preferred. Please email resume to cotter73102@yahoo.com or fax 405-601-6605. Securitas Security is now hiring for FT Armed & Unarmed Security Officers. Must be 18, HS Dip/GED, basic computer skills, need to be avail. for all shifts incl. wkends & holidays. Competitive pay, Med/Den/Vis/ 401K/Vacation pay. Apply online at www.securitasjobs.com EOE M/F/D/V

Machine Shop Needs People To: •Set up and operate automatic saws •Operate manual lathes and mills •Debur and hand finish parts Experience preferred. Apply from 1-4 PM at 535 SE 82nd.

Beautiful assisted living retirement community located in an excellent area of NW OKC. Must have administrator license for assisted living facility. Management skills & experience req. Some medical background helpful. Excellent salary plus benefits. Call 405-495-6870. Family Services Advocate Management of transitional housing facility for homeless families. Assist families in achieving self sufficiency by aiding in resolving a range of barriers. High School Diploma 2 years experience required. Submit resumes to asiegman@nsookc.org FT- Drug and Alcohol Counselor Counselor needed for Outpatient Drug Addiction Treatment Program. Preference To CADC/LADC or Candidates. Fax Resume: 405-616-4925 or Cassie@oktreatment.com

Norman Public Schools

has the following Certified position available INTERPRETER FOR THE DEAF Other positions available online. For questions call 405-366-5841. EOE. Applications online:

www.norman.k12.ok.us

Office Manager

(FT) for busy office. Requires excellent computer skills w/edu. & experience in management. Bachelor’s pref. or 4 yrs in related field. Great benefits. For more info go to employment at: www.naichelp.org Send letter with resume to: mdavis@naichelp.org or mail to NAIC, PO BOX 730 NORMAN, OK 73070., DEADLINE IS 11/02/12. EOE.

SAFETY MANAGER

Bach degree, Hazwoper, 5 yrs exp in industrial setting of 3M + sq. ft. Top pay/benefits based on exp. EEOC Emp. fax resume to 405-685-7467 or email Mark.CTR.Davis@faa.gov

Terminal Manager

Pacer Energy Marketing, a crude oil transport company with headquarters in Tulsa, OK is looking for a motivated and energetic individual to join our team! We have an opening in Sayre, OK for Terminal Manager. This position is responsible for managing truck fleet, including daily dispatch, maintenance and compliance with DOT regulations. Bachelor’s degree in business or related discipline preferred but not mandatory. A thorough understanding of crude oil and trucking operations, outstanding communication, computer and supervisory skills. Previous management experience a plus.

Email or fax resume to

hr@nbiservices.com 918-584-4128

Full Time Leasing Specialist & Weekend Leasing Agent for multi-property complex. Apply in person: Pickwick Place Apts 2759 W I-240 Service Rd

COOK/DIETARY AIDE Full time position available. Apply in person at Forest Glade Retirement Center 2500 N. Glade, Bethany or call 495-7100 Now Hiring an Experienced cook to work in a high volume kitchen in SW OKC . Must be able to work early mornings, Monday – Friday. Please call Corrine at 405-682-7583. Must be able to pass a background and drug test. The Museum Cafe is now accepting applications for experienced Line Chefs. Please apply in person at 415 Couch Dr.

Wait Staff

Full Time. Mike's, 8301 N Glade. Yucatan Taco Stand Tequila Bar & Grill-Bricktown Accepting applications on site for all positions. Mon-Sat 10am-4pm. 100 East California Ave. Suite 110. OKC 73104

Managers In Training MANAGERS NEEDED! Looking for a stable job with a good company? Cash America is in need of Managers for our OKC locations. Please follow the link provided to apply online! Management experience and a High School Diploma required. Retail experience a plus http://careers.cashamerica.com High School Diploma http:// careers.cashamerica.com RETAIL JOB FAIR Goodwill is opening a brand new store at May and Britton in OKC. We will be having a job fair on 10-10-12 and 10-11-12 from 10am to 12 and from 1pm to 3pm on both days at 8015 NW Expressway OKC. We will be hiring for all positions and will have hiring managers on site. We will also take applications at the store everyday. 405-728-0722

Shoes Salesperson

Health awareness shoe sales. Great hours and pay. Fax resume to 405-604-6813

Amazing Business! Earn $2K-$3K per mo. PT. Weekly pay. Work your schedule. Car bonus. Incentive trips. 886-7138. Car dealership needs Bi lingual FT experienced sales person. Salary & commission. Call 405-414-2288

Customer Service Sales Reps

Responsibilities: ¡ Greeting customers ¡ Explaining company benefits & procedures ¡ Flexible hours ¡ Day, evening & weekend shifts available. FT/PT 800-926-1452 or email mcaappointments@gmail.com DIRECTV ACCOUNT REPS FULL TIME/PAID TRAINING NO EXP NECESSARY MUST PASS BKGRND CHK Call for Interview: 405-481-9531 INDUSTRIAL SALES Industrial Insulation Company looking for a highlymotivated energetic sales person with industrial background.Competitive pay and benefits. Email resume to:kwillis@tntstaffpro.comor fax resume with salaryrequirements to 918-749-7983 Local roofing company seeking Sales Team Leader to oversee sales team. Must have roofing sales experience. Top pay and incentives available. Call for interview. 405-455-5300. Oklahoma based co. needs Route Drivers. No exp. necessary, training provided. Valid Driver's license req'd. Call 405-885-9864 Project Mgr/Estimator Fire/Water Rest. Co. has an immediate opening for a take charge results oriented project manager/estimator. Responsible for writing estimates, scheduling, managing crews & job coordinating. Associates 5 yrs of project mgnt exp and working within a budget. Salary Negotiable Health Care, vacation, commission, Retirement Send Resume via email: serviceprofessionalsinc@ coxinet.net

SALES COUNSELOR

Excellent income opportunity for mature adults. You can earn $400-$800 per week. Full Time. Great opportunity for bilingual(Spanish/ English). Immediate openings available. Insurance license a plus but not necessary. Please call Vince Rocha at 405-691-1661. EOE

" TELEPHONE PROS " life & health $10 per hour plus bonuses. Experienced only. Edmond area. 405-340-4440 VIETNAM VETERANS now hiring PT at home Telemarketers to solicit donations of household items. Base pay + bonus. Must be able to work eves M-F 6-9. Apply M-F 9-5 at 8901 S Santa Fe #D OKC 405-680-9111.

APT. MAINTENANCE. FT Maint. Tech. Must have own tools, transportation. Gateway of Edmond 14140 N Broadway Ext. ph 478-3260 fax 478-3280

AUTO BODY TECH

Good pay with benefits and lots of work. Position available immediately. 21st Century Collision, 623-1701

AUTOCAD DESIGNER

Mfg seeks fast paced, detail oriented candidate w/autocad, cadworx, & cadworx plant 3-D modeling exper. Also, must have exper. w/ P&IDs, ISOs, BOM, piping, vessels, structural steel & familiarity w/skid mounted equipment. Apply in person at:

QB JOHNSON

9000 S. Sunnylane, OKC fax or email resume to ddurbin@qbjohnson.com fax 405-672-2701

Automotive Technicians

ASE Certified. Elec./Engine diag., a/c diag/repair & general repair exp. reqd. Must have own tools. 405-210-0299 or 405-250-4661

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

DIESEL MECHANICS

Fleet Services of Okla. Truck/Trailer Mechanics. Excellent hrly rate + commission. Benefits available Must have own tools and a clean driving record. CALL OR SEND RESUME:

405-833-2172

service@fleetservices1.com DIESEL MECHANIC For Local Trucking Company. Experienced required. Call 405-275-4549. DIRECTIONAL DRILLER Local underground Utility Co. Seeking experienced Directional Driller. Must have a Class A CDL. Pre- employment drug screening required 405-495-8746

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

QB JOHNSON

9000 S. Sunnylane, OKC fax or email resume to ddurbin@qbjohnson.com fax 405-672-2701 ELECTRICAL JOURNEYMAN & APPRENTICE Min. 2 yrs residential exp. Top pay! Lots of work! 405-949-2790

ELECTRICIANS

Need journeymen and apprentices with experience in fuel, commercial and industrial. Local only. PATCO ELECTRICAL 528-8738 ELECTRICIANS State test prep course. Begins Oct 17th. Will hire. Contact Judge Porter. 1-888-293-2842 www.portertestprep.com

Experienced Painters

Openings for experienced Journey-level Commercial Painters. Must have a valid driver’s license. Hiring based on experience in related fields associated with the trade. EEO 405-226-0904

GOVERNAIR NOW HIRING!

Electrical Assemblers

1st & 2nd Shift positions COMPETITIVE PAY $1.00/hr differential for 2nd shift Great benefits, including Medical, Dental, Vision, Disabilty, Life and 401(k). Must be able to read a tape measure. Physical, drug and back-ground screen required. Apply in person 9A-4P 4841 N. Sewell, OKC or via email at careers@governair.com ''A Character First! Company''

GROUND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT MECHANIC

5 yrs exp with tugs, generators, forklifts, etc. Top pay and benefits. Must pass background/drug test. EEOC Emp. Fax resume to 405-685-7467 or email Mark.CTR.Davis@faa.gov

HVAC TECHNICIAN

Journeyman lic./class 2 boiler lic. Assoc degree or 5 yrs servicing/operating bldg automated systems. Top pay and benefits EEOC Emp. Fax resume to 405-685-7467 or email Mark.CTR.Davis@faa.gov

IMMEDIATE OPENING

Heavy Equipment Mechanic with driver's license. Must be able to pass a U/A. EEO. Apply at CPI, 3800 Beacon Drive, OKC 73179.

Join Our Team:

Heavy Equipment Mechanic needed for two locations in Elk City and Woodward. Own tools are required & must be willing to relocate. Offering competitive pay with excellent benefit package. Send Resumes to: Kevin Bodgan, 1203 South Main, Elk City, OK 73644 or email: tjonesequip@itlnet.net


Journeyman Roofers

needed immediately. To apply come toRoofers Local Union 143, 111 NE 26th, Okla City

Journeymen Electrician and Apprentice

Requires Exp. in Commercial. B&B Electric now hiring. 787-7081

Licensed Plumber

New construction & remodeling. Valid drivers license required. Call 405-245-5519.

LICENSED PLUMBER

OK Driver's License, Drug Free & References. 405-850-5181 Seeking people to work in the underground utility field. CDL Preferred not required, Competitive wages and benefits contact Sidney 823-9684 Welders/Welder Trainees Exiss/Sooner Trailers is currently accepting applications for Welders/Welder Trainees for the day shift, M-F. Please apply in person @ 900 E. Trail Blvd. El Reno, OK 73036, between the hours of 8AM-4PM.

Wood Router Operator

Immediate opening. Health benefits and paid time off. Email resumes to sbecker@headwalls.com or call 405-409-6173.

NOW HIRINGSheet Metal Fabricators/Installers

with Experience in Standing Seam sheet metal roofing. Established Company with employee benefits. DL/CDL a plus EOE. Please send resume to HR Dept, PO Box 96528, OKC OK 73143 or apply online at:

www.oklahomaroofing.com

American Truck Training Bring Better Jobs to Oklahoma CDL Traning in just 3 to 4 Weeks!

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Atkinson Trucking, Inc. seeking motivated CLASS A DRIVERS for the Oklahoma vicinity. Bobcat & Forklift exp. helpful but will train. Must have clean MVR & 2 yrs verifiable OTR. If you're looking for a fun & rewarding driving job close to home, contact Jeff at 660-654-2187.

Class A CDL DRIVERS with clean MVR • Doubles Required • 3 years Class A experience • Major medical coverage • Dental, Vision, 401K, 2 weeks vacation 1 year service • Paid holidays • Pay starting at $15.00 hr/$.35 CPM after 90 days $.38 after 1 year $.40 CPM. Apply at 305 N Rockwell Ave, OKC, OK 73127, or contact Charlie Williams at 405-491-1183, M-F, 7am-4pm.

Owner carry 4810 Casper, Lg 3/1/1 Nice home. call 417-2176 www.homesofokcinc.com

DELIVERY DRIVER needed for deliveries in and around the OKC area. CDL Class A license preferred, Class B accepted. Must have clean driving record. 401K and health insurance avail. Apply 9a-4p M-F, SOUTHWEST PAPER 2727 W. Reno, OKC. EOE/AA

11812 BLUE HAVEN CT 3800SF $245,000 RICK BROWN REALTY 265-3729 OPN 2-5PM SAT/SUN FIRST TIME HOMEBUYERS FREE Downpayment Assistannce Available to Buy Your Home! NO Closing Costs - Save $1000's Call for a FREE list of homes! Patrick w/Allies 405-740-6616

Driver needed

for approximately 4 weeks. No CDL req'd. Some experience helpful. Call M-F 9-3 820-0866

Full Time and seasonal Drivers

HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATORS Immediate openings. Must have exp. w/highway const. equip. Excellent pay. Physical & drug screen. Benefits, Cafeteria, EOE/MF. 6900 S. Sunnylane OKC. 9:00-4:30

OILFIELD DRIVERS/ RIG MOVING CREW D&D Equipment is looking for experienced Oilfield & OTR Drivers, Winch Truck, Stepdeck, Tandem, Gin Truck & Forklift Operators & Swampers to assist with rig down/up. Winch & Stepdeck driving positions require a Class A CDL & 3 years verifiable experience. Competitive wages, vacation, insurance compensation packages, & safety/performance bonus. Call 405-478-1105. Oilfield Drivers Needed Must have a class A CDL and a clean MVR, pass a drug test and live in the OKC area. (405)376-1555

Pneumatic Oilfield

CDL-A drivers needed for sand hauling. Assigned trucks, good home time and benefits. Apply now! McCorkle Truck Line, Inc., 2132 SE 18th St, OKC, 800-727-2855

Semi Dump Truck Driver w/ End Dump & Loader exp. Must have CDL. Apply at R&M, 354-7577

Wrecker Driver Needed 314 SW 29TH OKC Bring copy of MVR. Insurance available. Drug Testing required.

Dog Kennel/Doggy Daycare Hiring all positions. Full and Part-Time available. 405-478-7829

Groomer

needed for upscale pet spa in Edmond. Experienced required. Call 285-8650

7600 N Western Ave. Shopping Center space for rent 370-1077 GREAT Office Space. Various NW locations, 300-6000sf 946-2516

AUCTION 120 ACRE FARM with a Brick Home and Improvements, Barn and Pond. Sat. 10/13/2012 - 10a.m. The Farm has been in the Griffin Family for over 70

Driver Local delivery, M-F w/box truck. Must have HS diploma or GED and ability to obtain DOT medical card, able to lift 100 lbs. $14.20 to start, $1 raise after 3 months, $1 raise after 1 year, ability to earn more. Benefits, 401k, etc. Apply at staples.com/jobs-search by location OKC. EOE Staples.com

Must be 21 years or older. Pass DMV, drug, background checks. 1 yr commercial driving exp in last 3 yrs in Cargo van or larger. 405-681-4137

KEYSTONE LAKEFRONT 2/2/2+ loft, water access, 800-380-9140.

Brick, Charming, 2bd, 1ba, CH&A, hardwoods, fenced bkyrd, 2112 N. Billen $31,900 Cash. 301-6495 PRICE REDUCED $89,950 house & lg shop w/animal shed TERMS 4bd 2ba 1N Acre, additional A. available NE of Harrah Milburn o/a 275-1695 www.paulmilburnacreages.com 1N to 10A, E. of OKC, pay out dn. before 1st pmt. starts, many are M/H ready over 400 choices, lg trees, some with ponds, TERMS Milburn o/a 275-1695 paulmilburnacreages.com Call for Maps! See why we sell more acreages than anyone in Okla. E of OKC. o/a 275-1695 2.5 ac, 1400 sq ft Modern Home w/ a view, in Wellston w/ Harrah Schls $37,900 cash only 301-6495 5 WOODED AC near Noble possible new well/sept.405-426-5566 5.11 A. $28,950, $950dn. $264mo. 18miSWofOkc nr Tuttle 640-8811

Immaculate log home on 160 ac, creek, wildlife, barn, corrals 1115 acre Ranch w/3bd, 31 ponds, barn, corrals, grazing/hunting 320 acres in Wichita Mntn very scenic & remote $1000/acre 40 acres on black top 1 hr from OKC, excellent home site/hunting 160 acres near Gracemont good hunting, soil, home site 2 Beautiful Girl Scout Camps west of I-35, in Binger & Granite 320 Acres near Hennessey & river TumbleweedTerrRE 580-569-4213 470 ACRES WITH HUGE SPRING. 7 miles from Lowe's in Grove, OK. $1,685,000.00. 918-786-7071. See www.forrestrealty.net 35 ac, 4/3/2 brick home, ch&a, 2 fp, 55x35 shop, cellar, RV pad, Henryetta, $245K, 918-650-0752.

4/1.5 brk ch&a new roof/windows 1305 McDonald Dr, $55K 205-6500 Carl Albert Schls 9409 Emily Ln. Blt 2008 2100sf 3 or 4bd 2ba 3car lrg lot $220,000 640-7279

Handyman Special, 600sqft, 1bed, good roof, 1316 NW 98, Steal for $14,900 cash. 301-6495 Brick, Duplex, Paseo, 2300 sqft hardwoods, 1 side rented, 726 NW 225, $31,900 cash. 301-6495 3 bed, 1.5 bath, corner lot, central heat, hardwoods, 1501 N. Billen $24,900 Cash. 301-6495 Remodeled 3 bed, 2 car 2501 N Redmond 405-201-5712

2bd 1ba w/dining room, 2car wgar apt above-1bd 1ba, needs work, $35K 5 SE 33rd 830-3682 for appt

years. Route 1 - Box 268, Comanche, Ok. Directions: In Comanche, Ok, from the Intersection of New Highway 81 South and Highway 53, go 3 miles East on Highway 53 and 2.2 miles. South on Tucker Road (CO. RD. NS 285). Gary Criswell Auction Service & Real Estate Inc. 580-467-2248/580-255-8162 (Preview 10/12/2012 from 1-6)

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Land Auction

Friday Oct 12 ¡¡10:30 A.M. El Reno, Ok. Robert Richardson offering 80 Tract of Good Canadian Co. Farm Land Located West of El Reno, on I-40 to Exit 108, (Cherokee Trading Post) Then South 1.75 Miles For Flyer Call or See:

(405) 262-2412

redingsauction.com Beautiful 4bd 2ba executive home on corner lot, Westmoore Schls, 2 living, 2car, new carpet, fresh paint, master bath has Jacuzzi & shower $179.9k Fidelity 410-4200 OWNER FINANCING $2000 down 1212 SW 56th, 3/1, $54,000, No Credit Check ‘ 596-4599 ‘

Huge Year End Savings! New & Repo Homes. Own land/family land ZERO down. Don't prejudge, financing available. $2000 furn package w/purchase. Free phone app 405-631-7600, 602-4526 WAC Abandoned D/W Repos set up on 1-5 Acres. Many to choose from. Ready to move in. E-Z qualify by phone 405-631-7600, 590-2379 Rent to Own: Nice 2 & 3bed MWC $350 & up 390-9777 Repos/Used Homes starting at $15K + delivery 405-631-7600

Mini-Ranch Southeastern Oklahoma. 2 bedroom 2 bath 1700 sq. ft. brick house with gas fireplace on 10 acres. Central AC/Heat and 1.5 car garage, 2-bay tin barn and storage/workshop in Talihina, Okla. Acreage part pasture part woods. Property fenced with pond and creek in back. Two sides are national forest. Asking $140,000. Call 918-413-0691.

Real-estate Auction 2 prime real estate properties, Great location. Exceptional opportunities in ElK City, Ok Saturday OCt 13, 2012 10am for brochure call Gene Cobb Auction and Realty call 580-225-6473 or by visiting genecobbaution.com

Lg 1 & 2Bd close to SNU. Covered parking. $345-$445mo 470-3535

VERY, VERY QUIET Near mall, schls, hosp Try Plaza East 341-4813

Free Rent 'til Nov. 1 & 2 bed. Spring Tree Apts. 405-737-8172

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1419K NW 17th-Jumbo 1bd plus small office -off of master 1150sf wood floors $700/mo $400/dep free laundry 409-7989 no sec 8 Oakwood Apts-5824 NW 34th 1 bed 1 bath 800sf $350/mo $175/dep u pay electric 405-409-7989 no sec 8 1 Bedroom, No App Fee, CH&A Upstairs, Near 23rd & MacArthur, $475/$300 dep, 370-0278

2 bed, ch&a, $550 mo + $500 dep, no pets, no section 8 » 677-7492 3 bed, 4204 SE 46th, $600/mo, $300/dep, 826-7545 or 381-4841. Cute 3bd, 1.5ba 2liv, FP $875 4737 SE 41st ¡ No pets 990-6797

Putnam Heights Plaza 1 & 2bed, newly remodeled, ch/a, 1830 NW 39th 524-5907

MAYFAIR Great loc! 1&2 bd W/D hdwd flr quiet secure ¡ 947-5665 800 N Meridian - 1bd All bills paid Brand New 2bd 2ba 946-9506

Large 1 & 2 beds. Stove, refrig,

3 SW OKC Locations $345 to 420 mo 632-9849

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

Lease/LeasePurchase 1613 Brittany Lane - John Ross/ Cheyenne/North School District! Will consider lease purchase. 4bed, 2ba, 2 Car Garage, 1950 sf 1-story community pool, $1600 mo. $1000 dep. Call 405-562-0722

7412 SE 15, 3/1/1 Wood floors CH/A Nice $650 mo. 732-3411 www.homesofokcinc.com 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 1 car, CH/A., Sec. 8 Ok, 405-417-3333

4909 SE 86th Terr 3/2/2, hardwood & tile floors, sunroom $1200 + dep. 285-0305, 823-6550 2bd $500 + $500dp w/ app NP/NS Detached Garage 794-8056

719 & 717 NE 14th, 2bd 1ba, updated, all bills paid 405-409-0462 CLEAN 3 BED BILLS PD, SM FAMILY $700 MO +DEP 721-0296

5826 Hefner Village Ct 3bed 2.5ba 2 car 1548sf all appls, $1175/mo $1000/dep, no sec 8 409-7989 2322 NW 20 -2bed 1ba remodeled 1000sf, near OCU, no sec 8 $750/mo $400/dep 405-409-7989

2/2/1, W/D, 8406 Wakefield Ave, Moore Schl, $600/mo, 834-6328.

Edgewood Manor Btw SW 15 & Mustang Rd nice 3bds 2ba 2car. starting $1000 no sec 8 618-0563 New duplexes, 3 bed, 2 bath, 2 car, call Rick, 405-830-3789.

Bills Paid

Furnished/Unfurnished Weekly/Monthly 370-1077

Sheet Metal, 3'x10', $16 Mon-Sat (405)390-2077/659-3054

3bd 1K ba 1car hrdwd flrs $875 3916 NW 59 St No pets 990-6797 GOING OUT OF BUSINESS! Set of (7) Suntana Toning Tables, refurbished $6000; (1) PureTan Comm'l sized Tanning bed, 42bulb $1800; (2) Body Cooling Fans free w/tanning bed; (2) Buck Booster Transformers $100ea 580-334-8500 2 solar Storm Tanning beds #24C Wolfe beds used less than 200hrs $1150 & $1500. 580-583-5487

3/1.5/2, fireplace, on cul-de-sac, 5 min to Tinker, 5704 Shalimar, $800+dep, No Sec 8, call 417-9998 FSBO, 4 bed, 3 bath, extras, large storage building, $225,000 obo, 405-481-9424. Daryl's Appliance: W&D $75 & up, limited supply!5yr war. refr/stove $125 & up, 1yr war. 405-632-8954

4bd, 2ba plus bonus room. Newly remodeled appx. 1645 sq. ft., lg fenced yard. Great location near schls. $950 PMO. 1 year lease. Call Michael Methvin M-Sat Broker/Owner 823-0843

» 7119 NW 115th, $975 » » 12111 Windmill Road, $900 » 3 bd, 2 ba, 2 car, » 7127 NW 115th, 2 bd, $785 » No sec 8. 721-1831.

3410 Cameron Court, 2/2/1 Appl $695 no pets JW Rlty 755-2510

Immaculate 3/1.5/2c new hdwd flrs & granite kitchen 1yr lse $990 mo $1200d. 2528 ElToro 627-3791

Furnished Efficiency » $320 & up + elec. 2820 S Robinson 232-1549

Luxury Duplex 3 bed, 2 bath, 2 car garage. Lots of extras. Pets OK. $875/month ‘ 642-5996

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

Immaculate 3/1.5/2c new hdwd flrs & granite kitchen 1yr lse $990 mo $1200d 2528 El Toro 627-3791

Furnished/Unfurnished. Bills Paid » Wkly/Mnthly. Wes Chase Apts Elk Horn Apts, Hillcrest 370-1077 813 N Brauer 1bed 1 bath 800sf $550/mo $250/dep All bills 405-409-7989 no sec 8

4017 N Linn, 2 bed, 1 bath, ch&a, $575 month, no sec 8, 755-1316.

1723 NE 15th, 1bed, 1liv, 1kitch, $500rent+dep.Sec 8 OK. 474-1904

2646 NW 34 2/1/1 $650 6717 NW 131 3/2/2 $1250 5911 N Ross 3/2/2 $1095 14415 N Penn Ave 1/1 $550 12817 Burlingame 4/3/2 $1950 12305 Cedar Springs 2/2.5/2 $975 Express Realty 844-6101 www.expressrealtyok.com

4108K S Robinson nice 1bd home with 1car gar, fenced yard, fresh paint, clean, $375 mo, water & garbage paid Fidelity 410-4200 3220 SW 49th sharp 2bd house 1car gar, fresh paint, new carpet $575 mo . Fidelity 410-4200

Gas oven/range & 5x3x1 Walnut bookshelf w/adj shelves, $25ea. »»» 405-664-7692»»» Washer & Dryer Set, X Large Tub, Very Clean $250»» 248-4070

1417 SW 35TH 2Bed 1Bath Storage $450mo call about special » 408-9769

Near SW Integris Medical 2bd 1ba 1car, rock, very nice. $595 + $500 dep 691-5479 3116 SW 20th 2bd 2ba $395mo »» 408-9769

TRACTOR 2003 New Holland TN75D. Too many bells and whistles to list. $19000. 405-609-9973 AUCTION, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13th, 10AM, 12400 S Cemetery Road, Mustang Sellers I. V. & Betty Marsh Yard and garden equipment, tools, antiques, guns, household, 1993 Ford F-150 pickup. For more info see kencarpenterauction.com or call 405-620-1524.

2601 SW 30th 2bd duplex 1bath $435mo 408-9769

11431 NW 9 Trail 3/2/2 $875 Express Realty 844-6101 www.expressrealtyok.com

Pecan Equip. Savage 4224 Cleaner, 12 ft. S. S. Conveyor, 48 inch Shaker, IH 1066 Shaker Tractor, $3250 $11000 obo 580-657-3348 leave message

Billy Goat Gruff working shoot $1000. 3way sorting shoot $275. 580-653-2650 ¡¡ 580-465-2978

2820 SW 39, Nice LARGE 3bd/1bt fncd bkyd, No pets/No Sec 8 $500+ $500dep 703-4713 4 bed, 2bath, ch&a, rent to own, low down payment, $850 month, 405-481-9424.

SELLING DUE TO HEALTH complete oilfield supply & pump shop. Also selling land. LOTS OF INVENTORY! 918-367-5412 or 918-629-9431

NEED 20,000 BOOKS, CDs, DVDs records, posters, art, collections. Tulsa. Will travel. Can pick up in 24 hrs. Gardner's Used Books. Largest book store in Oklahoma!! 918-627-7323 ¡ ¡ 918-250-7381

WOODS UNLIMITED 2132 S PORTLAND 996-6352 Mixed wood special $70 rick/pu. Deliv. Avail. VISA/MC Accepted. Seasoned hard oak firewood, stacked, fast delivery, $100, 219-1423. 12 Ricks of Split Oak & Hickory $90/Rick, $20 Delivery & Stack » » » 405-602-4221 » » » Seasoned hard oak firewood, stacked, fast delivery, $100, 219-1423.

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

QUAIL CREEK 3000sf 3 bed, 3K bath 2 living 2 car fireplace. $1650mo ¡¡ 580-323-4040 3 bd, 2 ba, 2 car, FP, no sec 8, no smoking, no pets, 7911 NW 14th, $950 mo, $950 dep, 831-1197. 2/1/1, CH&A, $500/mo, $200 OFF 1ST MONTH RENT. 831-0207 2529 Lee Lane, 2bd 2ba 2car, $800 dep $700, agent 936-9058

ROOM: share kit, bath, laundry, cable incl. $375/mo + food. 405-979-9399

Bruno 690 Curb Sider, excellent condition $300. 405-301-7777 or 806-674-6068 Medical Power Wheelchair, New never used, $1500 obo 722-9586 Rascal Mobilty Scooter, 1 yr old, red, $600 Will deliver 406-2379

HEAT YOUR SHOP InfraRed Tube Heaters, NG/LP, $1000-$3000. Steve 405-823-2917 LG Roll Around Tool Box w/tools $2,995 Cash Only 405-596-7862

KOI POND Complete $500; Roto Tiller $100. Landscape timber $60. Grandfather Clock $250; bow equip $250; cemetery lots in Edmond $2200ea; 405-261-0102 LM Sealy Posturepedic King bed pillow top, paid $1600, asking $400; Nordic track bike $140; Console TV $50. All in exc. cond. 721-7815

BALDWIN CONSOLE PIANO, PRISTINE $950 » 405-949-4149

NEW SHOW!

GUN SHOW OCT. 13-14 SAT. 9-5 & SUN. 9-4 McALESTER SE EXPO CENTER (4500 W HWY 270) BUY-SELL-TRADE INFO: (563) 927-8176

Bird Dog Prospects, whelped Aug. 11th, Sire Reg. English Setter (very birdy), Dam Irish Setter Lab Cross, POP, $100 CASH, By appointment 405-277-3348 German Short hair AKC male 2yrs whoa broke, points back retrieve quails/phest. $800; 7 wk old pups AKC, S/W, $350ea. 405-550-8324 WE BUY GUNS Mustang Pawn & Gun Over 1,000 New/Used Guns Tue-Sat 9-6 376-GUNS

Nicoma Park area, 3bd, 2ba, fenced, small quiet park, water, garbage, sewer paid $550mo. + $300dep ¡ 769-2328 Rent to Own: Nice 2 & 3bed MWC $350 & up 390-9777

Elec Hospital Bed, great shape $800 obo; Potty chairs & Walkers $10-$100 obo; Wshr/Dryer $100 obo; Rd tbl/4 chrs $300 482-9605

2 Metal Buildings, Like New! Can deliver. $650 & $1200. 371-6026

Oak firewood, green & seasoned, delivered & stacked, 405-596-0348

4/2/2 fenced yard, no smoking/ no pets $975/mo 354-6418

Bed Queen Pillow Top Mattress Set, Still in original plastic!! $150 405-409-0145

GOBER BUILDINGS LLC Post Frame Metal Buildings: 30x40x10, (1) 12x8 overhead (1) entry door, and concrete $11,900. 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 ¡¡

SOFA Loose back pillows 95" length exc. cond., neutral color, $200; BED reg size, Mattress like new, lovely bed spread, sheets decorative pillows, $200. COFFEE TABLE, 26"x50", front drawer, good cond., $100. 405-789-1223 Beautiful dark brown mahogany armoire, 6 feet tall, 9 bins in upper half, 4 large drawers below, brass hinges & trim put the finishing touch for this piece of furniture. $3000. 405-751-4169.

BOB WHITE QUAIL flight conditioned & eggs. $4.00-$4.65 580-528-1222 POINTER PUPS, 3 mos old, black & white. Will stand by hunting ability! $500 call 405-833-7555 HNK P2000 9mm $500 Springfield Armory XDM 5.25 9mm $600, Khr TM9 $600 obo 405-853-5113 Quail and Pheasant Dogs 2F 5&3 years old. G.S.P. point, back and ret. $500 903-267-9392/821-0572


Wingmaster 12ga mag $365; Winchester 70, 7mm mag $490 Dealer» 405-650-1708 BOB WHITE QUAIL flight conditioned & eggs. $4.00-$4.65 580-528-1222 1899 SPRINGFIELD KRAG 1902 model Only 53K made Avg cond $1050 (405)769-3612 We buy guns & gun collections. J&S Pawn, 8801 S I-35, 605-8333. S&W Model 25 Classic $875. Firm 405-501-6546 Deer & Wild Hog Hunting Lease Call after 8pm 580-226-3103.

8 FREE KITTENS, 6wks-8wks, Giving away on 10/07 btw 2 & 3pm at KOHLS on 29th St, Midwest City. 405-481-3809

Conceal Carry Class $40 Total ¡¡¡ Call 405-818-7904 ¡¡¡

4 OU TEXAS TECH TICKETS Sec 13 $50 each. , 405-840-8015 2 OU/TEXAS TICKETS (Sooner Club) Section 25, Row 62, under the deck, $110ea. 405-844-8786 2 OU/TEXAS TICKETS Donor Section 2, Row 37, $600 737-7676 or 202-4602 OU-TX TICKETS Two in S103, R15, 20 yd line OU side $350/each 405-641-8990 1 pair Remaining OU Home Game Tickets $600 for All. 568-2973

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

Beautiful long haired Calico cat, approx 1 yr old, very affectionate, spayed & shots, mature people preferred, $25. Call 684-7245

Bichon, 1F $300, 1M $250, Reg. 9wks, S/W. 405-379-3553

Kitty Wranglers Cat Rescue, beautiful cats/kittens, spyd/neut, shots, $35 (2 for $60) 722-9622

BICHON FRISE, Pure Bred, Adorable Snowballs, Personality Plus 11 wks, 2F, 4M, S&W, POP, $275-$250. »» 405-214-7857

Toygers (mini Tiger look alike) 7 9 weeks; Main Coons, 7-9 weeks; all reg; $100 each; 698-4501.

Premium Black Powder Deer & Quail Hunts 580-528-1222 OK’s largest selection of used Golf cars ¡ 800-276-0571

English Bulldog Puppies AKC reg. 9 wks, 4M, vet checked, first shots, wormed, will meet $1,000 Tamera (580) 222-6185 tamera_reuber@yahoo.com

Special Bred Heifer Sale

I-40 Livestock Auction, Inc. Ozark, AR Thursday, October 11, 2012 ¡ 45-F1 and Tiger Striped Heifers 7-9 months bred, bred to low birth weight Angus bulls. ¡ 45 Brangus Heifers 7-9 months bred, also bred to low birth weight Angus bulls. ¡ 40 Brahma Heifers 7-9 months bred, also bred to low birth weights Angus bulls. This is an exceptional set of Heifers weighing 1000-1300 pounds that Will sale after calf sale, but NOT BEFORE 5 PM. For more info call Kent Reading 479-518-3737 National Livestock Monday October 15th Will sell 400 Steer and Heifer Calves from 4-S Ranch For information call 1-800-999-8998

Black Angus Bulls, ready to work, $1600-$2200. Call Ken at 405412-5012, Shawnee. (21) Bred cows $1150 each 405-273-1664

5x8, 5x10, 6x12, w/gates; like new 16 foot tandem; $650-$1350 Cash. 670-1850

36 stock cows most black and bred black $39,500obo 570-4307

Titan Trailer 2007 19 ft long, 8 ft wide $5000 OBO 793-8264

Charolais Bulls, 1-3 years, gentle, 903-814-5008 or 580-657-3888.

AIREDALE PUPPIES, AKC, 8 WEEKS, $300 580-233-4835 580-977-9782 AMERICAN BULLDOG 2yr old M housebroke good watchdog $100 ¡ 580-656-2431 Australian Shepherds, AKC, M/F, $200-$600 580-606-0799 or 580-641-2624

Collie Puppies AKC, 8 wks M & F, s/w, $600, 580-977-8829 mason1404@sbcglobal.net

English Bull Dog F, 3yrs, house broken, good with kids $600 CASH 580-554-2353

» Cuddle up with young Male» Chihuahua N/S/W $45 326-3600

English Bulldog AKC, 1 1/2 yr old M, house and crate trained. Champ Sired $1000 903-826-1195

Border Collie, AKC, 15 weeks, blue merle, $500, 397-7687 roughstockbordercollies.com

Dachshund, Mini, Regist 3 Fs, 2 LH, 1SH, UTD S/W. See pics jeffcoatspuppypaws.com 405-401-9212 $275

English FB Mastiff 6wks Fawn S/W 2M/2F $500»» 229-0206

Border Collie Mix 2yr old black f. good w/kids. FREE to good home Cyril OK 405-779-1822

Dachshund. Adorable Cuties 8wks PLAYFULL SWEET MINIS $250 Cash ¡ 434-1851

Border Collies ABCA 7wks blk/wht, tri $200 405-414-1318

Dachshund minis, $75, 589-1037 banditcorralpuppies.weebly.com

Boston Ter. Pups, small, black & white, 9wks, 1st S/W, 2F, 3M $150ea. 405-277-7768 Boston Terrier, AKC, F, black & white, good markings, small, 1yr old, $300cash. 405-665-2555 BOSTON TERRIER AKC 8wks s/w/dc. vet ckc microchipped. $250-$300ea 405-612-5008 Boston Terriers, 7 wks, 1st shots, BIG MOMMA-lots of wrinkles $375 ACA ¡ 250-8268 Boston Terriers AKC 2f 1m 9wks s/w $350 405-638-0049 643-5481 Boxer Fm Pup ACA, 2 shots, 250. 580-239-1843

Gentle 2yr old M, black Shepherd/ Lab mix, neutered. Free to Good Home, Adult Household Only or Older Children ¡ 720-7960

Brittany 1/2, Heeler 1/2, (2) 6mo Females, black & white, Very Smart $20 each. ¡ 405-381-3623

Doberman Puppies, AKC red & black ’ $300 580-362-0605

Dogue De Bordeaux

1M/5F These puppies sell quickly. Taking deposits now. Pups will be ready for pickup on October 21st. $500 Call 405-413-2083 or 405-413-1372.

Chihuahua, Reg. okcpoms.com $125 -$200, OK#02. 405-609-9241

Chihuahua Cuties, 8 wks EXTRA TINY TEACUPS $250 Cash ¡ 434-1851 Chihuahua Pups 6wks s/w POP in home $125-$150 cash. 615-2565 Chihuahuas $150-$450 820-7272 #ok89 www.puppylovefarms.com CHIWEENIES 4M 2F adorable babies $125 405-979-0274

Havanese, AKC, Very Cute M & F, $200-$250. 580-583-2696 HAVANESE AKC PUPPIES AKC HAVANESE 8 wks Will Meet $350. 316-323-9943 Havanese Puppies ACA, shots, males, 10 weeks old. $300. 580-512-6379 Jack Russell Puppies, 4M, 9wks old, S/W, $100ea. Ada area 580-332-9937 after 5pm JACK RUSSELL PUPS, 2m 1f CKC Reg, $150 each, 794-1942.

LABRADOODLES/ GOLDENDOODLES Perfect family pet~~hypo allergenic and no shed~~vet ck, microchip, S/W/DC $1000-$1300 MINI/MEDIUM/STANDARD SIZES rubyrunkennel.com rubyrunkennel@yahoo.com 405 320-1198 German Shepherd Puppies AKC, teens & adults $500-$3,000 580-450-0232 windridgek9.com

DOG

WASH TUB

$1500 or best offer, 235-5028

Cavalier ACA 2m 1f 8wks, tri & blen $450 405-638-0049/643-5481

Chihuahua, Adults, 1M 1F, $50ea. Must Sell Together. 761-8423

Great Pyrenees puppies, M&F, 8 weeks old, $50, 405-997-3030.

German Shepherd Pups, WHITE, AKC, 7 weeks, GORGEOUS White Bundles of Fur!! $400. Call 405-824-9674

German Shepherd AKC Pups & Adults, Champion Heidelberg's, $850 ¡ 918-261-4729 English Bulldogs AKC,7wks,2m,shots,vet chkd $1200. 405-568-6769

English Bulldog

puppies,very cute and playful, fully akc registered. They are family raised and well socalized! Up to date with shots and de-wormed and vet checked $900 Email: jason2_2richard@hotmail. com (405) 721-4712 English Bulldog AKC, M, 10 wks, brindle/white, crate trained, housebroken, wrinkles, s/w, family raised. Can text or email pictures. $1250.00 405-532-5747 English Bulldog Puppies AKC, 8wks 23f,2m.Vet checked, wormed,first shots.paypal accepted $1500 Traci 405-830-7367 a_zmom@yahoo.com

Labrador Retriever Puppies AKC Yellow, Chocolate, and Black. Both parents are hunters. First shots, de-wormed, and vet checked. $300 for males, $350 for females. 405-420-4664. LABS, AKC, S/W, mixed w/ Australian Shepherd, both parents papered, 4 chocolate, 2 spotted, papers w/AKC available, $200 negotiable. 405-899-7183

Cane Corso, $300ea Born 8/12 vet ck'd Call or text 405-990-4241

Chi-Pom, $50 405-589-1037 banditcorralpuppies.weebly.com

Great Dane Pups 4 mths old 400 obo 921-9115

Doberman Pups AKC Red & Fawn, M&F, born 9/1. Vet chkd & docked $500-$600 Call 405/584-0053 or 405/380-8869

Boxer puppies, 3F, 2M, full blood with papers, $400, 918-277-6592. Boxers AKC 2 brindle females 6yrs old free to good home call CD 405-202-8962

GOLDENDOODLE Puppies! 750&up info @ cell 918-791-8800

LAB puppies, full blood. black & brown. 7m 3f 2wks old will be ready at 6wks. $250ea. 580-554-8135 580-554-1010

Dachshund Pups, Reg., 1st shots, Smart! $100 405-238-3414.

Boxer Puppies, white, 1 M & 1F, 6wks, POP, $150ea 405-769-5550, 650-7934

CHIHUAHUA 1M chocolate 9wks S/W, $150 Cash ’’’ 596-6861

Basset Hound, UKC, Beautiful! Tri Color, POP, wormed & 1st shots, 1 girl, AVAILABLE NOW; $400ea. 580-656-0867

Dachshund puppies, 6 weeks old, $75 each, 405-204-4036.

French Bulldog Pups,2f&1m,10wks,purebreed, shots,Home raised 700each smithrichard368@yahoo.com or 405-677-3847

GOLDENDOODLES www.puffypups.com s/w/vet chkd $600 580-467-1876

GERMAN SHEPHERD M 8 mo. old, ACA reg. blk/tan, $450. 405-739-0745 German Shepherd, Long Coat M, Parents AKC Champs, 4 mos. $500 Neuter disc ¡ Fem. German bred, 5 yrs $750. 405-375-3257 bridgecreekgsd.com

Lhasa Apso Puppies Home-raised & Adorable www. lhasanursery.blogspot.com $300 405.249.1228 abbysizelove@gmail.com Lhasa Apso puppies, AKC & APR reg, 6 weeks on Oct 13th, $500$750 each, 405-606-4331. Llasa HuaHua Pups CUTE! 8 wks, 2-m 1-f $100.00 405-669-9679 MAL-SHIH Adorable! ITTY BITTY! $450, Visa/MC, 826-4557.

German Shepherd Puppies, 8wks, blk, German bloodline, s/w, $325. 918-224-4019 or 918-948-5943

MALTESE PUPPIES, Reg., Ready to go! All Shots, Vet ck'd $350-$500 ’ 580-336-8450

German Shorthair Pointers AKC Registered German Shorthair Pointer puppies for sale out of proven bloodlines. Three of the four grandparents are Master Hunters. 4 females and 4 males and these pups will hunt as they are already pointing at 5 weeks old. $400 (580)331-9284 or look us up @ southfortyranches.com

MALTESE puppies ACA Baby doll faces, 4 sml M, s/w, 12wks $400 405-808-7102 gingerspuppies Malti-Poo, Adorable, ITTY BITTY! $395-$495 Visa/MC 826-4557 Malti Poo, 8 wks old, Reg, M & F , blk, all shots, hlth guar, will send pics $400. 405-919-2575 call/text


Miniature Dachshund, female 6 months Dapple Brown, current on shots, crate and accessories included. $250 Christy 405-316-0574

Miniature Pinschers Watch Dog Blood Line Approx 5 months. Males $50, Females $100 + ears cropped $75, tails docked $25, papers $25. Black or chocolate. Delivered to OKC October 7th PM. 479-824-1000 or 479-330-1709.

Mini Daschund ACA Choc-Tan Wire M 3 mos 4# vet chckd/chipped w/supplies CUTE! SWEET! $350 405-650-4669

Morkie & Maltese Puppies, Gorgeous, s/w, Ready to Go! Can text or email pics. $350-$500. 918-285-0144 or 918-285-6182 Morkies, 3 sweet little girls, 2 1/2 mos, S/W, $350. 405-819-8216 Morkies 7wks, s/w, Tiny,Adorable & Fluffy, $200-$250, 361-5317.

Papillon Pup ACA Adorable

M, 13wks, Mahogany and White, Includes carrier, crate, bed, collars and leash $525, 405-919-7332 Peek-a-Poos, 2M, little teddy bears, $185. ’’ 405-380-5859 Pit Bull Pups, Razoredge/Gotti, 3wks, 4M, 5F; 2 left from last litter, 1M 1F, 3 1/2 mos. Sire out of California Kennel weighs 120 lbs. $1,200-$1,500 for PUPS, $1,000 for OTHER. 405-802-0090 New video on website oklahomabluethunderbullies.com

PIT BULLS, ADBA, 2M, $800 » 405-238-4308 » valleybullies.webs.com Pit Bulls, Blues, 5wks-5yrs, Free to $1,000, Champion bloodlines, UKC/ABKC reg. 405-919-6939 POMERANIAN Puppies, born 8/2, 2M, $250. 405-618-8077 call between 10am & 10pm Poms, AKC/CKC, okcpoms.com $200-$550, OK#02. 405-609-9241 Poodle, CKC, 13 wks, blk/wht M all shots, $150 ¡ 405-250-8269 POODLE AKC TOY PUPPIES 3 adorable red M, 8wks s/w $385 405-808-7102 gingerspuppies

Rottweiler, registered 1 year old female, $300, 604-6855.

ROTTWEILER PUPS, AKC, 4M 5F, POP, Premium bldline, Beautiful pups out of hand picked parents, 6wks, $500. 405-589-5765 or 405-589-5627

SCHNAUZER MIN ACA 3f 3m white, black, S&P. Home raised, hlth grtd. $175-$400 601-3973 Schnauzer Mini Reg okcpoms.com $275-$500, OK#02 405-609-9241 Schnauzers AKC Liver Liver & Tan, Liver Pepper Tiny Schnauzers. Will mature in the 810 lbs range. Super coats & great conformations. 2 males, 1 female. Health Guarantee. Ready 10/16 www.schnauzerfun.webs.com $750. (405)550-7430

RottweilerO /PitN , Reg Rott dam 8wks, 85# parents $125 631-0248 Rottweilers, Real German Bred Pups, AKC $500-$1000 ¡ 619-0643

Masonry Repair & Restoration Solving Problems, 405-429-9756.

YORKIES AKC, Sm, 1M 2 F $250 and up S/W 580-658-3916

3 rooms steam cleaned, sanitized truck mount $35 ¡ 406-5739

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

Schnauzers, Mini, s/w/e/t, microchip, $200-$250, 503-2272. Siberian Husky Puppies 3m-3f w/papers b/w blue eyes $350 Dennis 405-822-4311 Aussie Toy puppies ASDR Toy Aussie Puppies, 3f, 6wks, 1 tri 2 merle, Champion blood line. $550 (405)420-4702

Yorkie, AKC, 6 yrs old F $100; 3yr old M, $200 405-399-3843 Yorkie-Maltese (Morkie) ITTY BITTY! Baby Doll Face $395-$495 Visa/MC 826-4557 » Yorkie ACA Tiny Tiny Tea Cup 13wks 2m S /W Vet'ckd Very playful $600-$1000. 580-271-8108

350 ADORABLE PETS!!!

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

Missing Male Yorkie. REWARD if found. Last seen Indian Meridian & 59th, Choctaw » Call 974-1070 Give Roxy a HOME! Sweet Roxy is 6 mos. and approx. 30lbs. See more at newsok.com. $150 Ashley 405-747-7805

Yorkie Puppies, Reg., Ms & Fs Traditional color, 9 weeks $400-$1,000, 580-819-2541 weatherfordyorkies.com

» POT BELLY PIGS Tiny Babies! blk/wht $50-$100 » 823-7848 »

Yorkies, 1M, 1F, blk & gold, small, $225-$350 obo, 405-899-4050.

POT BELLIED PIGS, ALL COLORS $75obo. 918-399-9366

YORKIES, AKC, taking deposits, 1M parti, $950, 1F Parti $1250, born 8/29, beautiful small white balls of fur; also regular small AKC Yorkies, s/w/t, $350-$450; 405-542-2121 or 405-687-0786. YORKIES, AKC, M & F, Tiny www.heartlandpuppiesok.com $500-600. 580-660-0120 will meet Yorkies, AKC, 4M, 5 lbs, 3 mos, s/w/vet, $200, 405-379-2183.

YORKIES, TINY, ACA Reg, 2M, 10 wks, W/T/DC $400ea Will Meet. 405-249-0313

Quality Child Care Loving home day care in Edmond. Please call for info Tanya 513-4418

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

Yorkie, Adorable, Baby Doll Face ITTY-BITTY! $395-$495 Visa/MC. 826-4557

Rottweiler, German, AKC, Reg. 13 wks, 4M 4F, $500. 405-380-4131 Rottweiler, Reg German Pups, blk & mah, 12wks 3F $400» 279-3103

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RESIDENTIAL HAULING »» AND CLEANING, 630-5484.

Schnauzer, Mini, Adult Female, $50, pups4us.com 580-759-3478

Poodle Standard Puppies Double Champion Parents. Show quality. Sweet disposition and temperament. Very intelligent. Born 7/16/12. $1200. Denise Trimpa 580-585-1634 www.TNTPoodles.com RED HEELER Male pups. 12 wks old. $50ea ¡ 580-656-2431

A/C & Appliance Service, 25 years exper, $40 service call, 371-3049.

BLACK LAB MALE in vicinity of SW 44 & May. Friendly. CALL TO ID 405-601-1560 918-537-8044 Red Male Bulldog, approx 1 yr old @ 1801 SW 16th. Call 616-1906 to identify. Prescription eye glasses, black & silver found on 31st St in Bethany, 440-2317 lv msg. Cairn Terrier? black/brown/white, NW 14th & Hudson, 408-8507.

I, Rachel Krusko, am not responsible for any other debts other than my own.

Todd's Concrete, tear out, replace driveways, patio, stamp & color, lic/bond/ins, free est. 603-6563

Show Stoper Landscapers

Lawns ¡ Fall Lawn Aeration Veteran Owned Jeff 206-2520 Commercial/Residential Mowing, Trimming, $Save$, 210-3165. LOCAL LAWN SERVICE mow, edge, weedeat $25min. 627-4056 All Areas Lawn & Tractor James Gordy ¡ 348-4469

Experienced Painter. Quality work at a fair price ¡ 882-4762

BUDDY'S PLUMBING, INC. All types, repair & remodel, gas, water and sewer ¡ 405-528-7733 Zax's Plumbing & Sewer Complete sewer & drain cleaning plbg repair lic/bond/ins 409-7118

Marvin's all kinds concrete work Free est, 885-4059, 605-0180 Drives, Foundations, Patios. Lic./Bond./Ins. Free Est. 769-3094

CARPENTER, DRYWALL AND MORE. 408-7513

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

Semi Retired Remodeler, 40 years exp, seeking small jobs, 255-5942

Drives, Foundations, Patios. Lic./Bond./Ins. Free Est. 769-3094

Christian Caregiver 10+ yrs exp. Daily care Dr. appts errands cook clean. Avail 24hrs refs. 210-6751

LEGACY ROOFING, SIDING & WINDOWS OK Lic #0531 Roof replacement & repairs. Free Est. Resid/Comm'l Visa/MC 917-9595

Leaky shwrs, Kitch & bth remodel 33yrs free est 684-5416 728-0545 Rose Electric LLC Service calls #87915 405-703-4556

Nice 4yr old POA Gelding, Gentle good 4H project, has been shown. No bad habits, up to date VACS $2,000 obo »»»» 405-361-3718

L & R Tree Service, Low Prices, Insured, Free Estimate, 946-3369.

5 yr old Arab Stallion, flashy red bay, very gentle, $1,000 CASH, By appointment 405-277-3348

QUALITY FENCE COMPANY FREE ESTIMATE on new & repair. 317-0474

Trio India Blue Peacocks $175; 1pr Quakers $175; 1pr Greenwing Macaws $1100 ¡ 405-760-3205 ¡

Chimney Sweep $75. Call today to set appointment. 201-5074.

50 Racing Homers, Must Sell, $6$12, take all $280, 405-820-0751

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

DUCKS Pekins and mixed ducks for sale. Hatched on August 1. $5 each 478-1085

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

Rhode Island Red Pullets excellent quality, $14 CASH. 820-5244 or 733-8282 AIRE-MEN 1st lb Freon Free $59 S.C. A+ BBB accredited Co. lic. #76029 Call 610-2720

Yorkies, Tiny Teacups $550-$700; Toy F $500, Cute ’ 405-380-5859 Yorkies, Traditional/Parti $300-$700 ¡ 405-820-7272 V/MC #ok89 www.puppylovefarms.com

Sunshine Cleaning Svc, ins/bond clean/organize793-1630/625-3930

Foundation Piering, Floor Leveling, Drainage, 405-370-8389.

BUNNIES & Yng breeding stock various breeds $15-$30 823-7848

L & P Heat & Air Co. lic# 97873 ,$39 S.C. lic/bonded/ins, 833-0575

Mr. Fixit Handyman Service. We do it all for less. Free estimates. Bonded. Ins. Visa/MC. 603-6104. HOME IMPROVE. Repair. Remodel. Roofing. Free Est. 410-2495. Carpentry¡Roofing¡Tile¡General Repair¡Painting¡405-464-7086

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