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GEORGE L ANG

‘The Spy’ coming back to airwaves

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klahoma City deserves a great soundtrack, and starting on Aug. 20, Ferris O’Brien is back on the airwaves with The Spy, which has found a new home at KOSU, 91.7 FM. As part of the new broadcast agreement, O’Brien will bring Spy programming to KOSU from 7 p.m. to 5 a.m. Monday through Saturday and 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Sundays, and The Spy will continue to stream around the clock at www.thespyfm.com. This brings The Spy to Tulsa as well — read Lacey Lett’s column on page 8 for more on that. In terms of radio programming, this is one of the great local soap operas of our time. Beginning in the early 1990s, The Spy brought true indie rock to Oklahoma airwaves at a time when commercial alternative rock was experiencing the early stages of its inevitable demise. O’Brien, who got his start on KDGE-FM in Dallas, was fearless in his programming, playing the best American and British indie rock without concern for market testing. The Spy resided on KSPI-FM in Stillwater until 2000, when the station shifted to a commercial pop format. O’Brien successfully resuscitated the format in late-2002 at KSYY, 105.3 FM, and continued The Spy at that fre- BY GEORGE LANG quency until mid-2004, when Citadel conLOOKATOKC EDITOR verted the format to Spanish-language proGLANG@OPUBCO.COM gramming. Five years later, O’Brien brought BLOG.NEWSOK.COM/ STATICBLOG the station back to the same frequency for one year, only to see his deal to purchase the station go sour. KOSU is a great home for The Spy — the public radio funding model will ensure that this music stays on the radio and that the local music scene will have a voice on the airwaves. At this moment in our history, we have so many options for listening to music, and I could fill the rest of this issue with examples. But there is no substitute for local radio programmed by a trusted music authority. We need The Spy, and we’re always better as a community when it is on the air.


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‘God Forgives’ is a drop off for Rick Ross

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here’s a lot to say about the new Rick Ross album “God Forgives, I Don’t,” which first shined its gold Maybach Music Group imprint from shelves on the last day of July. Unfortunately for Ross, most of it’s not nice. In the two weeks since its release, critics have poked holes in the record for a bevy of valid reasons: It’s overlong, the guest verses leave much to be desired, and it features a bunch of Lex Luger-type trap beats but not a single one actually produced by Lex Luger. These three major criticisms (and most of the other big ones I’ve happened upon) are all completely valid, their truth growing more obvious upon examination of the Miami label boss’s work over the last half-decade. “God Forgives” hampers a streak of greatness that began with his third LP, 2009’s “Deeper Than Rap” and included a couple of great mixtapes and scores of guest appearances on other rappers’ tracks. Ross in fact provided the steady anchor in the middle of Kanye’s “Devil in a New Dress,” a standout on an album of standouts, “My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy”, eventually climaxing in the summer of 2010 with “B.M.F. (Blowin’ Money Fast).” The Luger-produced track on LP No. 4, “Teflon Don” marked when the portly bawwsss finally filled out the fictional mobster persona he’d blustered about ever since his first hit, 2006’s “Hustlin’.” “God Forgives” doesn’t sound so much like Ross backing away from his Mafioso claims, or

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SHOWS TO SEE, NOT TO SEE AUGUST 22 — Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin with Horse Thief / King Tuff with Audacity Make it a two-part night in Norman with a free Boris Yeltsin show at the University of Oklahoma Memorial Union before you crowd into Opolis to hear the lo-fi garagey goodness of King Tuff.

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even like he’s losing a handle on his verses — I mean, he does get outdone by Andre 3000 and Jay-Z here, but come on, it’s Andre 3000 and Jay-Z. It’s more like Ross sounds like he’s doing a poor job of managing his Maybach Music empire, which collaterally damages his fictional mob boss cred. What should be a showcase of legends-only talent in “3 Kings” turns into the reclusive Dr. Dre shilling for his line of headphones. Ross’ stable of young guns mostly comes up short, too. Wale’s introductory spoken-word verse on “Diced Pineapples” is the worst part of the hour-long record, a cringe-inducing case in the argument that Ross should keep his attention to detail on the high life but out of his bedroom.

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Rick Ross — “Hustlin’” Rick Ross — “Gunplay” Rick Ross — “MC Hammer” Rick Ross — “B.M.F. (Blowin’ Money Fast)”

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The crazy thing about all of this is that I know, in this college-educated brain of mine, that Rick Ross is as much the figurehead of a cocaine empire as I am. But he was just so convincing as a braggadocio character, whether shouting over bass-drum thundering or twinkling flourishes of grand piano, that I suspended my disbelief in his elaborate operation, cheering Ross as he cruised around Miami in the “black Batmobile” Ferrari he boasts about over “MC Hammer”’s titanic beat. Theatricality’s long been at the forefront of pop music ideology, and Ross’ character has gone from the up-and-coming crime don to de-robed emperor in half a decade. Is this the twilight of the bawwsss?

Kanye West — “Devil in a New Dress” Rick Ross — “3 Kings” Rick Ross — “Sixteen” Rick Ross — “Diced Pineapples”

AUGUST 24 — Colourmusic with Chud and Sonic Violence at VZD’s It’s gonna get loud at VZD’s on the 24th when newcomers Chud and Sonic Violence open for local mainstay Colourmusic. The latter band unveiled a bunch of new songs at Opolis last weekend, and each one made it sound like the end was near. Don’t miss this one. AUGUST 29 — Phish at Zoo Amphitheater Are you into fighting crowds, monolithic clouds of pot smoke, and quarter-hourlong guitar solos? Then Zoo Amp’s exactly where you need to be on the 29th.


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The Spy’s tale of two cities

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his column was going to be about cocktails, but with the new announcement of The Spy partnering with KOSU radio in Tulsa and Oklahoma City, I’ve decided to take a new route. For those unfamiliar, The Spy is the beloved alternative radio station I’ve called “home” since 2010, being co-creator of the “Oklahoma Rock Show.” George talks about The Spy’s return to the Oklahoma City airwaves in his editor’s note, and thanks to this new agreement with KOSU, it’s infiltrating the airwaves in Tulsa, as well, at 107.5 FM. I am not unlike The Spy in some ways, being in two places at once. I moved to Tulsa last August, but still spend half of my time in OKC. I think I spend more time on the Turner Turnpike than I do with my family. I’ve had many hours of driving to think about the differences between OKC and Tulsa nightlife and have found there is not much of a comparison between the two — only contrasts. They both have popular nightlife districts, but they are so different. Tulsa has the Blue Dome District, Brady District, Cherry Street, and Brookside. Oklahoma City has Classen Curve, Plaza District, Classen Circle, Western Avenue District, Automobile Alley, Midtown District, Bricktown, Paseo Arts District and Memorial Parkway area. These are all distinct, separate entities with personalities of their own. The Blue Dome District is on the old Route 66 and has been reinvented many times, but has reached a new level more recently. Just in the past few years, a bowling alley, sushi restaurant, retro arcade bar, pizza place, BBQ joint, beer garden, coffee shop and more have popped up and opened to much success. Free Tulsa hosts its annual music festival there every year. It’s an event similar to Norman Music Festival, but focuses on local talent only. What I like about the Blue Dome District is its ability to keep people in one spot all night. The bars and restaurants are all right next to each other so you can leave you car in its parking spot and go spend the night roaming around. Driving to each location is one downfall with Oklahoma City’s nightlife. You pretty much have to drive anywhere you want to go unless you’re in Bricktown or Classen Circle and you don’t mind crossing some busy streets. You might have to pay to park in

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Bricktown, but if you plan on bar hopping, this is the place to go. I think of Bricktown as the tourist spot. I don’t mean that in a negative way. It means it’s where you can take out-of-towners and impress them with its canal, carriage rides, dozens of restaurants, and huge events. It seems like new venues are opening there all of the time. The latest bars being Candy, Club 115 and Dollhouse. The Brady District has something I wish OKC had: music venues that can support a mid-size band with the music venues Cain’s Ballroom and Brady Theater. It’s not unheard of to go to a bar nearby after a show and find yourself drinking a cocktail next to the musician you just watched in concert. It’s happened to me a few times. I long for a Cain’s Ballroom-type of venue in Oklahoma City, but doubt it will happen given Cain’s long history and superb reputation by national bands. It was recently ranked Yahoo News’ top 10 U.S. venues — impressive accolades. Oklahoma City has enough diversity to make each of its districts all so very different. The Plaza District has an urban feel with artistic elements: it’s such a new district that I see it change often and always for the better. Bricktown has the club scene and is also the place to go after a large event at the Chesapeake Energy Arena next door. Classen Circle is for the regulars that frequent Edna’s and the HiLo, but Oklahoma City has a lot of treasures sprinkled throughout the city with The Conservatory, The Blue Note, Junior’s, Deep Deuce Grill, and The Martini Bar. Tulsa has its little hidden gems, but not as many. While one city’s nightlife is no better than the other, there are definite concepts each can pull from the other. It’s already starting to happen with Tulsa businesses opening in Oklahoma City and OKC businesses opening in Tulsa. McNellie’s, On A Whim, Black Optical and soon-to-be Dwelling Spaces in OKC, to name a few. I’m seeing more bands from OKC and Norman playing at Tulsa venues and vice versa, and with the new partnership with KOSU and The Spy radio bringing together DJs from both cities, I believe it can happen. I’d love the two places to have a camaraderie and mutual goal to make Oklahoma one seriously cool place to hang out. It’s all happening.

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hile America got bummed out, swaddled itself in flannel and turned its gaze northwesterly, Britain’s Blur was having none of that. Singer Damon Albarn, guitarist Graham Coxon, bassist Alex James and drummer Dave Rowntree doubled-down on their Englishness in the early 1990s and spent the next decade amassing a constantly changing discography before breaking up in 2003. In a ridiculously trumped-up brouhaha that both sides seemed to relish, the football hooligans in Oasis laid claim to being not only Brit-pop’s greatest band, but the very heirs to the Beatles tradition. But while Liam and Noel Gallagher’s Lennon/ McCartney pastiches grew tiresome and painfully obvious, Albarn and Coxon showed the fortitude to experiment and progress like real Beatles, even if

Blur’s tradition was actually more firmly rooted in the Kinks. Oasis won the mid1990s Brit-pop battle, but Blur won the war. Beginning in the final stages of the U.K.’s “Madchester” period and finishing with the band’s triumphant new ballad, “Under the Westway,” “Blur 21” commemorates Blur’s return to performance and recording with a painstakingly complete collection that remasters and repackages each album with B-sides, remixes and rarities, and includes DVDs of concerts from the band’s first 10 years. In the context of Blur’s career, 1991’s “Leisure” contains actual hits (“There’s No Other Way,” “She’s So High”) but was a modest start powered with sonic flourishes and “Funky Drummer” beats that were already well-traveled by the Stone Roses and Inspiral Carpets. Which is why 1993’s “Modern Life Is Rubbish” is such a massive thrill and the first

proof that Albarn would be a storyteller for the ages, filling songs such as “For Tomorrow” and “Colin Zeal” with sharply wrought characters and executing the band’s first great melodies. “Rubbish” was the dry run for Blur’s dizzying mid-decade masterworks, 1994’s “Parklife” and the quick sequel, “The Great Escape,” the best rock-based chronicles of middle-class English life since the Kinks’ “Arthur (Or the Decline and Fall of the British Empire).” Then Albarn and Coxon threw it all out and went raw with 1997’s “Blur.” an exhilaratingly jagged affair. Overall, 1999’s “13” is less satisfying, but it contains two of Blur’s best songs: “Tender,” Albarn’s heartbreaking gospel-inspired paean to his breakup with Elastica’s Justine Frischmann, and Coxon’s brilliant song about hangovers, “Coffee and TV.” Compared to these timeless albums, 2003’s “Think Tank,” recorded after Coxon’s departure and produced by Fatboy Slim, is Blur’s only mediocre album and can be skipped by listeners who do not possess a coroner’s curiosity. But “Blur 21” does great service to a band whose LOOKATOKC.COM

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‘JUST TELL ME THAT YOU WANT ME: A TRIBUTE TO FLEETWOOD MAC’

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leetwood Mac has been through many phases over the years, evolving from a bruising British blues-rock bunch in the late ‘60s to a slick pop-rock hit-making ensemble of the ‘70s and early ‘80s, and “Just Tell Me That You Want Me: A Tribute to Fleetwood Mac” gathers a lineup of artists as eclectic as the storied band’s songbook, all putting their own stylistic stamps on hits and album tracks alike for this excellent all-star cover album. And when it all shakes out, gypsy seductress Stevie Nicks is the most-favored song scribe of all the composers who’ve come and gone, covered on 10 of the 17 tracks, with founding guitarist Peter Green running a distant second. The best of the Nicks numbers is model-turned-singer-songwriter Karen Elson’s psych-blues revamping of “Gold <<<

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Dust Woman,” set against a spacey background of acoustic slide guitar, electronic beats and synthesized white noise supplied by Beck Hansen. Antony’s dramatic warble and Rob Moose’s folky acoustic guitar bring wistfulness and wonder to Nicks’ melancholic “Landslide,” Shudder To Think’s Craig Wedren teams with Tulsa’s Annie Clark — aka St. Vincent — to turn “Sisters of the Moon” into an exhilarating electronica-fueled rocket ride, and alternative garagerockers the Kills bring bluesy tremolo- and reverbenhanced atmospherics to Nicks’ “Dreams.” Meanwhile, the Lee Renaldo Band hooks up with Dinosaur Jr.’s J Mascis to turn Green’s two-chord instrumental “Albatros” into a cinematic sunset theme fit for the soundtrack of a Bruce Brown surfing film. The low, husky voice of Trixie Whitley (daughter of the late Chris Whitley) lends a noir-blues tension to Green’s I

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“Before the Beginning” and ZZ Top’s Billy Gibbons puts a growling Texas-boogie twist to Green’s blistering “Oh Well.” Christine McVie gets her due when the New Pornographers apply their trademark male-female harmonies and multicolored keyboard accompaniment to a rocking reconstruction of “Think About Me,” and Lindsey Buckingham’s “That’s All For Everyone” gets a mesmerizing dream-pop treatment from Australian neo-psychedelic trio Tame Impala. And finally, Bob Welch, the creative

sparkplug of Fleetwood Mac’s transitional middle period who died tragically in June, is remembered in MGMT’s beautifully eerie electronic recasting of “Future Games,” produced by the Flaming Lips’ favorite studio wizard, Dave Fridmann. In all, it’s a brilliant nod to a great band, assembled by noted film and TV music supervisor Randall Poster, who brought us 2011’s wonderful “Rave On Buddy Holly.” — Gene Triplett, Entertainment Editor


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‘GOOD MORNING TO THE NIGHT’ – ELTON JOHN VS. PNAU

n idea that looks unsavory on paper but works shockingly well in its execution, “Good Morning to the Night” is a shotgun marriage between an Australian synth-rock duo and the most successful pop singer of the 1970s, with the wedding vows chopped up and artfully pasted back together. Pnau’s Nick Littlemore and Peter Mayes convinced Sir Elton John to grant them access to the master tapes from his 1970-76 golden age, selecting vocal passages based on John’s phrasing and crafting new songs from the parts. The final results, which come across with surprising analog warmth, sound more organic than the process suggests. The title track, which served as the official song of the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, evokes Daft

Punk’s bright android funk circa “Discovery,” albeit with the young Reg Dwight fronting the French robots. Bits and pieces of John’s vocals from “Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word,” “Curtains” and “Crazy Water,” among others, are assembled to create the shimmery disco-soul track “Sad,” and it’s all built on a groove taken from John’s late-1970s sessions with Philadelphia International producer Thom Bell. Only “Phoenix” borrows so heavily from one song (“Grey Seal”) that it never asserts its own identity. Bernie Taupin’s lyrics generally tended toward mystery or outright opacity, so there is little danger of muddying meaning — “Foreign Fields” is created from six different John/Taupin songs, and yet the disparate parts hold together as if they always belonged there. Whether it is the stuff of pop fantasy or fuel for dystopian, future-

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vaults and create chopped salad from the songbooks of Billy Joel or Stevie Wonder. But for now, “Good Morning to the Night” serves as an object lesson on how to do it right. — George Lang, LookatOKC Editor AUGUST 15 - AUGUST 31

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‘TOTAL RECALL’

Rating: PG-13 (Intense sequences of sci-fi violence and action, some sexual content, brief nudity, and language) Running time: 1 hour, 58 minutes Starring: Colin Farrell, Kate Beckinsale, Jessica Biel, Bryan Cranston, Bill Nighy.

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ust because two different movies are based on the same source material doesn’t necessarily justify comparing the two under a critical microscope. Different writers and directors can come up with unique interpretations of the same work — in this case the short story “We Can Remember It for You Wholesale” by the late great science fiction author Philip K. Dick — and should be entitled to have their different films judged on their own merits. But director Len Wiseman and screenwriters Kurt Wimmer and Mark Bomback chose to name their 2012 adaptation “Total Recall,” which is also the title of the 1990 screen version imagined by Ronald Shusett, Dan O’Bannon, Jon Povill and Gary Goldman and directed by Paul Verhoeven. Why couldn’t they have come up with a new title? Because it would seem that Wiseman and company are more interested in repeating and capitalizing on the success and lasting impression of the previous film than offering their own honest retelling of Dick’s tale. And the only things new about the 2012 model are that the special effects show 20 years of technical advancements, the pacing is relentlessly high-velocity and, yes, Colin Farrell can act warp-speed rings around Arnold Schwarzenegger. Those are all pluses to be sure, but not quite enough to top Verhoeven’s vision. Essentially, the same group of scribes (Shusett, O’Bannon, Povill) are credited for the initial screen stories for both films, which center around a factory worker named Douglas Quaid (Farrell in the role this

time), who’s married to a beautiful wife (Kate Beckinsale instead of Sharon Stone this time) and has terrifying nightmares involving a mysterious, totally unfamiliar woman (Jessica Biel in place of Rachel Ticotin). It’s difficult to offer much of a synopsis of “Total Recall” without spoiling its many heart-quickening surprises. Suffice it to say that the story is set at the end of the 21st century when all regions of the Earth have been rendered uninhabitable except for two nation-states — the United Federation of Britain and The Colony, located on opposite sides of the planet and connected by The Fall, a giant elevator that speeds through the core of the Earth. The UFB is ruled by the ruthless Chancellor Cohaagen (an imposing Brian Cranston in “Breaking Bad” mode), who’s at war with the underground resistance headed by the elusive and shadowy Matthias (Bill Nighy). But Quaid is preoccupied with his own dead-end situation, a low-paying job that offers little chance of advancement, and working-class living conditions that fall far short of what he thinks his loving wife deserves. Rekall, a company that can turn dreams into realistic memories, seems to offer at least a temporary escape from his frustrating existence. There are many options to choose from, but for some strange reason Quaid chooses the memories of a superspy, and when the mind-bending procedure goes horribly wrong, Quaid finds himself on the run from the Chancellor’s massive police force of humans and robots. There’s no one he can trust, with the possible exception of a female freedom fighter who’s working for Matthias, and may

hold secrets to Quaid’s true identity. The future envisioned by Wiseman is grayer and grittier than Verhoeven’s, and like Dick’s original story it’s confined to Earth, while most of the earlier film was played out in a garishly colorful outpost on Mars. There, “normal” earthlings existed alongside a fascinatingly sleazy gallery of mutants created through the inventive makeup and creature effects of the day. The mutants are absent from Wiseman’s world, with the baffling exception of the prostitute who’s there to expose her three breasts to Quaid while he’s slumming in The Colony, just as it occurred in the earlier film. To its credit, the latest reimagining of “Total Recall” tones its language and violence down to PG-13 levels so more of the family can enjoy this runaway ride, which moves like a bullet train from start to finish. The airsuspended car chases are a hair-raising CG blast, and the firefights and fisticuffs are cunningly choreographed. But the story — with its issues of dreams, reality, identity and past-versus-present — takes a backseat to the action in the hands of Wiseman, whose resume includes two “Underworld” films and art department work on special effects blockbusters such as “Men in Black” and “Independence Day.” The over-the-top comic book excesses and winking humor of Verhoeven’s film were a lot more fun, and his storytelling skills were far more effective. Besides, didn’t anyone recall that previous remakes of Arnold movies — 2010’s “Predators,” 2011’s “Conan” — totally tanked at the box office?

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‘THE BOURNE LEGACY’

Rating: PG -13 (Violence and action sequences) Running time: 2 hours, 15 minutes Starring: Jeremy Renner, Edward Norton, Rachel Weisz, Joan Allen.

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ason Bourne has disappeared into the cloak-and-dagger mists, and with him actor Matt Damon has taken his cerebral toughness, lightning-quick cunning and dramatic charisma. So for “The Bourne Legacy,” a largely redundant fourth installment in the franchise based on Robert Ludlum’s swift and brutal espionage novels, the sturdy but less dynamic Jeremy Renner steps into Bourne’s vacant spy shoes and goes on the run for his life. In what was previously known as the Bourne Trilogy — “Identity,” “Supremacy” and “Ultimatum” — Damon set the bar high as the former CIA black ops assassin stricken with traumatic amnesia and going on the lam to learn his true identity as his former Langley handlers strove to track him down and eliminate him with extreme prejudice. The three-film arc formed a coherent dramatic journey, culminating in director Paul Greengrass’ sleek, stripped-down and satisfying third installment. To pick up the thread of “The Bourne Legacy,” and the similar plight of Renner’s CIA killing machine Aaron Cross, it’s necessary to remember the events of

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“Ultimatum,” where Bourne finally pieced together his place in the uber-secret Treadstone and Blackbriar operations and his role in their deadly, illegal missions. Events in “Legacy” partly overlap with the climax of “Ultimatum,” in the aftermath of Bourne’s dogged determination to air the truth and CIA brass scramble to clean up the embarrassing mess. That includes scrapping Treadstone and Blackbriar and abruptly shutting down a third, even more radical off-the-books program, Operation Outcome. The dark secret of Outcome is that its agents underwent genetic enhancement to make them exceedingly deadly and resourceful. Tasked with sweeping it all under the carpet is ruthless CIA operations manager Eric Byer (cool, calculated Edward Norton), who begins by overseeing the elimination of all Outcome agents and scientists. That’s when we first meet Cross, who narrowly escapes death in a drone missile attack on a remote Alaskan outpost. Very quickly, Cross teams up with Dr. Marta Shearing (Rachel Weisz), who helped administer genetic enhancement treatments to agents and is also targeted for assassination. The two set off on a globe-

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hopping run, and the familiar cycle of fleeing and killing and conniving plays out the rest of the way. Tony Gilroy, who has penned all four screenplays and is now in the director’s chair (other directing credits include “Michael Clayton”), certainly knows his way around the Bourne universe. He’s worked out the intricacies of secrecy and cynicism that afflict the spy world very neatly. But like his star Renner (“The Hurt Locker”), workmanlike but not spectacular, he’s laboring in the looming shadow of his predecessor. Everywhere Renner turns he’s dogged by the ghost of Damon (indeed, the memory of Jason Bourne is evoked dozens of time throughout the tale). And while Gilroy dutifully hits all the right plot points and dramatic beats, his skills as an action director pale in comparison with Greengrass’ edgy, nerve-jangling style. “The Bourne Legacy” certainly packs in its fair share of thudding violence, white-knuckle intensity and sprawling action spectacle. But while it strives mightily to live up to its legacy, it all ends up feeling somehow too familiar, too mechanical and largely unnecessary. — Dennis King, Staff Writer


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‘THE CAMPAIGN’

Rating: R (Crude sexual content, language and brief nudity) Running time: 1 hour, 25 minutes Starring: Will Ferrell, Zach Galifianakis, Jason Sudeikis, Sarah Baker.

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ctual, factual American politics are so bizarre and disconnected from everyday life that it’s hard to imagine any mere made-up movie topping the real thing for sheer harebrained farce. But that’s the challenge that “The Campaign” sets for itself, and despite some on-target satirical barbs and hilariously bombastic performances by Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis, the film never really goes for the jugular. The classic American political comedies like Preston Sturges’ “The Great McGinty” and Barry Levinson’s “Wag the Dog” scored uncomfortable laughs while exposing the seedy underbelly of the body politic with precise, vicious and breathtaking ruthlessness. Director Jay Roach (“Meet the Parents”) is a smart guy who has shown an acute instinct for the blood sport of politics in cable TV films such as “Recount” and “Game Change.” But here he mostly falls back into his rude, crude, chaotic “Austin Powers” mode and delivers an uneven comedy that misses its targets as often as it hits them. The script by Chris Henchy and Shawn Harwell

(who’ve teamed up on TV’s “Eastbound & Down”) features Ferrell as smooth, smarmy U.S. Rep. Cam Brady, a do-nothing North Carolina Republican who expects to cruise to re-election in the upcoming campaign. But his sexual indiscretions have proved an embarrassment to conservative power brokers the Motch brothers (John Lithgow and Dan Aykroyd in an amusing blush on the real-life Koch brothers). So the devious Motchs put their clout behind a pliable political neophyte — Galifianakis’ mincing, naive, idealistic tour guide Marty Huggins — to challenge Brady. And they hire the black-suited, blackhearted image consultant Tim Wattley (Dylan McDermott) to give the cornball Marty a slick makeover and to steer his cutthroat campaign. Brady and his wily manager Mitch (Jason Sudeikis) — campaign slogan, “America, Jesus, Freedom!” – fight back with dirty tactics, and soon the election race escalates into a mudslinging marathon of epic proportions. The satire works best in its small flourishes — like the candidates’ American flag lapel pins, which start out small but grow to the size of boutonnieres by election day, or Brady’s ornate, say-nothing stump

speeches that end with cries like “Support our troops” or “Cam Brady in 0-12.” Some of the bigger set pieces, like Brady’s elaborate seduction of Huggins’ chubby wallflower wife (Sarah Baker), which he turns into a sex tape/campaign ad, seem to strain too hard for laughs. The chemistry between Ferrell and Galifianakis is the comedy’s best asset. Ferrell, channeling equal parts George W. Bush (cluelessness) and John Edwards (big hair) is an old hand at this sort of glib doofusness, and Galifianakis spins out a sweetly guileless and upbeat version of his stand-up comedy alter ego, the campy, foppish man-child Seth. If at times “The Campaign” promises to score a political knockout punch, it throws the match in the final round. That’s when McDermott’s Machiavellian fixer fades into the background and the story turns all squishy as it goes for an off-kilter “Mr. Smith Goes to Washington” ending. In the final tally, Ferrell and Galifianakis and their movie are just not cruel enough, deceitful enough, amoral enough to make it in American politics.

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quare Enix’s “Final Fantasy” video-game franchise is celebrating its 25th anniversary. And while the series has stumbled a bit over the last decade, fans of roleplaying adventures can all cite their favorite moments. From epic battles to romantic interludes, heroic sacrifices to shocking betrayals, the creators of “Final Fantasy” have sought unabashedly to yank the full range of reactions out of their players. What makes those emotional moments so effective? No small credit is due to the series’ lavish orchestral scores, which are so popular they’ve become the foundation for concert tours around the world. “Theatrhythm Final Fantasy” ($39.99, for the Nintendo 3DS) is Square’s own tribute to a quarter-century of terrific game music. The action will feel familiar if you’ve ever played a rhythm game on the DS. You respond to on-screen cues by tapping or sliding the stylus on the touchscreen. There are three slightly different types of stages, but the essence is always the same: If you miss too many notes, you fail. “Theatrhythm” lets you mix characters from 13 “Final Fantasy” releases. Each time your characters survive a level they become stronger, so they’re able to take more of a beating if you decide to hike the difficulty. The role-playing element here is thin, but the character growth — not to mention a huge assortment of collectible goodies — provides motivation to master all the game’s 40-plus tunes. It’s a great package for “FF” fans, and it will make you want to play any games in the series that you may have missed. Three stars out of four.

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—”Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance” ($39.99, for the Nintendo 3DS): Square’s “Kingdom Hearts,” now 10 years old, was a successful attempt to join characters from “Final Fantasy” and Walt Disney cartoons into one epic adventure. Over half a dozen sequels, though, the “Kingdom Hearts” mythology has gotten so convoluted that the lighthearted fun of the original has largely disappeared. In “KH 3D,” you alternate between two heroes exploring a series of “sleeping worlds” based on Disney movies, including “Pinocchio,” ‘’The Hunchback of Notre Dame” and “Tron: Legacy.” The worlds are filled with two kinds of “dream eaters”: nightmares, who want to kill you, and spirits, who will join your cause. The spirits comprise the major new addition to the franchise, a “Pokemon”-like game-within-a-game in which you can pet, feed and train a menagerie full of monsters. You can have three spirits join your human hero in battle — but, unfortunately, no matter how much you power them up, they don’t help much. The combat is otherwise entertaining, with a gimmick called “flowmotion” that lets you bounce off walls and spin around enemies. But it doesn’t mesh well with the critter-collecting element, and the story is flat-out baffling. There’s a lot to do in “KH 3D,” but I was never sure why I was doing any of it. Two stars. —Square’s “Heroes of Ruin” ($39.99, for the Nintendo 3DS) has nothing to do with “Final Fantasy,” but it does try to bring a different kind of role-playing experience to the 3DS — specifically, the hacking, slashing and loot collecting of “Diablo.” The nexus of the game is a city called, well, Nexus. It’s home to a dying sphinx named Ataraxis, and your goal is to find the cure. You can play the adventure alone or join forces with up to three other players, but the missions are generally the same: dive into a dungeon and kill everything that moves. That may be enough if you’re just looking for a portable “Diablo” clone. But the story and characters here are pedestrian, the dungeons are predictable and the rewards — all those bits of armor and weaponry you loot from your victims — are boring. “Heroes of Ruin” is technically competent, but misses the spark that could make it special. Two stars. – From The Associated Press LOOKATOKC.COM


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SUGARLAND A R E F R E S H E R CO U R S E F O R FANS PRE PARING FOR JE N N I F E R N E T T L E S A N D KR IS TIAN BUS H ’S A U G . 2 5 S H O W AT T H E Z O O A M P H I T H E AT E R STORY BY GEORGE LANG LOOKATOKC EDITOR

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his is how you get your perfect score on the Sugarland Aptitude Test: go back to the beginning, when the band’s roots in the historic Athens, Ga. folk-rock scene provided guitarist Kristian Bush and singer Jennifer Nettles with a foundation for their future sound and success. For Sugarland’s “In Your Hands” tour, which arrives in Oklahoma City at 7:30 p.m. Aug. 25 at the Zoo Amphitheater, Bush and Nettles asked fans to vote for their favorite songs to create a dream setlist spanning the group’s four studio albums. An exploration of the duo’s full discography, including their work before Sugarland, offers clues about the group’s continued evolution. Not surprisingly, the members of Sugarland got their start outside of the standard definitions of country music. In the early 1990s, Bush was a member of the folk duo Billy Pilgrim, which the All Music Guide half-jokingly called “the Indigo Boys,” but considering that the Indigo Girls’ Emily Saliers contributed background vocals to “Insomnia” from the duo’s self-titled 1994 debut, the nickname was not far off the mark. STORY CONTINUES ON PAGE 22


Signed to Atlantic Records, Billy Pilgrim got a big push, featuring drums from John Mellencamp’s drummer Kenny Aronoff and top-flight production from Hugh Padgham, best known for helming the Police’s “Synchronicity” and mid-1980s albums by Genesis and Phil Collins. The duo’s 1995 follow-up, “Bloom,” featured a more muscular sound from Bush and musical partner Andrew Hyra as well as performances by E Street Band bassist Gary Tallent, Louisiana slide-guitar legend Sonny Landreth and guitarist Mike Campbell of Tom Petty’s Heartbreakers. Billy Pilgrim’s major-label tenure ended in 1996 and the duo continued to tour and record through 2001. While Billy Pilgrim was not marketed to country radio, their rock-and-twang sound would not sound out of place in the format today, and set the stage for what Bush would do with Nettles in Sugarland. Nettles’ pre-Sugarland output is less heavily documented. The singer provided the voice for a band called Soul Miner’s Daughter, which gigged heavily in the Southeast but never recorded a full album. However, Nettles’ R&B-flavored vocals with Soul Miner’s Daughter can be heard on “That Man They Call Diablo,” a song included in a rare compilation titled “Got Live (If You Want It).” The album collected performances by Athens legends such as R.E.M., Guadalcanal Diary and Kevn Kinney from a local radio program, “Live Noise,” so while Nettles and her old band never committed to studio time, they were in good company. “TWICE THE SPEED OF LIFE” (2004) Bush and Nettles formed Sugarland in 2003 with singer-songwriter Kristen Hall, whose songs were covered in the 1990s by Sweethearts of the Rodeo and Amanda Marshall. The group immediately signed to Mercury Nashville on the strength STORY CONTINUES ON PAGE 23

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COV E R STORY of the single “Baby Girl.” Nettles’ soulful vocals and the band’s rocksolid songcraft made Sugarland a breakout act with crossover appeal, prompting Bon Jovi to invite Nettles to sing on the band’s country-tinged single, “Who Says You Can’t Go Home.” “ENJOY THE RIDE” (2006) The off-the-cuff title might suggest coasting, but Sugarland stepped up its game on “Enjoy the Ride.” Like so much mainstream country, songs such as “Everyday America” and “Happy Ending” could have been produced by heartland rockers 20 years earlier, but the migration of Mellencamp and Bob Seger fans to country radio ensured that Sugarland found a good fit in Nashville. “Enjoy the Ride” was the first album Sugarland recorded after Hall’s departure, and the duo stretched its sound on the collection: more mandolin, fewer blatant overtures to traditional country and even a few samples and synthetic beats. With their second album, Sugarland became the ultimate crossover country act, mainly because the courtship with country was complete, and the duo could now bring all their influences to bear on their music. “LOVE ON THE INSIDE” (2008) Recorded back home in Georgia rather than in Nashville, “Love on the Inside” begins with “All I Want to Do,” powered by a nimble R&B bassline and a kicking soul beat courtesy of former Pearl Jam drummer Matt Chamberlain. This opening salvo showed that Sugarland was taking STORY CONTINUES ON PAGE 24


more liberties with its sound and was showing signs of an adventurous spirit if not outright rebellion. “Love on the Inside” generated three more singles: “Already Gone,” “It Happens” and “Joey.” On the deep tracks, the duo showed affection for bluegrass and Celtic sounds, and included a live version of the Dream Academy’s “Life in a Northern Town” in the deluxe edition. “THE INCREDIBLE MACHINE” (2010) Powered by crashing, 1980s-style drums and heavier guitars than on any previous Sugarland album, “The Incredible Machine” represents the duo’s most substantial departure from traditional country since their inception. The single “Stuck Like Glue” even featured Nettles rapping with a slight Jamaican patois. While “The Incredible Machine” continued Sugarland’s trajectory toward a broader, less-defined sound, some critics and fans detected overreach on stadiumsized rockers such as the title track and “All We Are.” “The Incredible Machine” still sold in platinum numbers, but the mainstream poprock sound signaled a band in transition. Whether Sugarland retrenches back into country or continues its movement beyond the strictures of Nashville, Nettles and Bush clearly have ambitions extending beyond that town’s city limits.

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GOLDEN PHOENIX R E S TA U R A N T R I S E S F R O M T H E A S H E S

A whole roasted pig surrounded by various Asian dishes prepared at Golden Phoenix in Oklahoma City. Photo by Steve Gooch, The Oklahoman.

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hen Golden Phoenix Chinese Barbecue and Vietnamese, 2728 N Classen Blvd., burned down on a winter night earlier this year, the immediate question had to do with ashes and whether one of Oklahoma City’s most wellrespected Asian restaurants would be able to make like its namesake and rise from them. The answer is an unequivocal yes. Manager Jason Xa said the blown transformer that ignited from a neon sign and rode the dry breeze to inferno status within minutes less than a month before the Chinese New Year was a short-term tragedy that’s turned into a longterm triumph. The new, improved Golden Phoenix, which opened after just four months of remodeling, has nearly doubled in size, and an interior that previously was in a gradual mode of improvement is now pristine. “We couldn’t have done it without the community,” Xa said. “People have been so supportive. ... We never cried, but our customers cried for us.” Nearly five years ago, Xa was asked by his brother-in-law Larry Lee, who co-owns the restaurant with wife, Mary, to help out at the restaurant for a couple of weeks to help tighten the ship. All these years later, he’s still managing the restaurant. Xa had shown his worth working at the Lees’ adjoining Chinatown Supermarket, which was also devastated by the fire. Both Golden Phoenix and the market have reopened despite missing their biggest month of the year. “We had a permit to sell nonperishables out of the market,” Xa said. “It was a really tough time.” The line of people I witnessed buying what they could from Chinatown Supermarket back in February was evidence of the community support that Xa said drove the Lees to such a quick return.

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Dishes and inside of Golden Phoenix. After burning down this past winter, Golden Phoenix reopened four-months later. Photos by Steve Gooch, The Oklahoman.

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ABOUT THE FOOD The good news is that the food is unchanged. The 15page menu continues to be one of the city’s most ambitious and beguiling. While many Asian restaurants print two menus — one with traditional dishes and the other with the stepchildren of General Tso developed for American tastes — Golden Phoenix puts it all out there in one spiral-bound tome. Within this volume of Asian specialties, you’ll find standard and exotic dishes that come in the basic vegetarian, beef, chicken or pork. But you’ll also find squid, frog legs, live lobster, live Dungeness crab, whole pig, whole duck, congee, pho, clay pots, shabushabu, spring rolls you can build and roll yourself, and a special seven-course beef dinner. “Everything we do here is made from scratch, that’s why we take a little longer on some stuff,” Xa said. “Spring rolls, dumplings — all handmade.” The fried spring rolls contain more pork than vegetables. The spring rolls are the antithesis, containing ultra fresh greens and cool boiled shrimp. Other appetizers include sauteed clams, beef stew with baguette, shrimp paste on sugar cane, escargot and rice papers with either dry shrimp, ground pork or pork pate. All told, the menu contains about 300 dishes. That would be suicide for most restaurants, but Golden Phoenix has the inventory support of an entire Asian supermarket. “We have a door that goes right into the market,” Xa said. And the kitchen is split in two. “One side does Chinese, the other does Vietnamese,” he said. “We have two chefs and two sous chefs on each side.” Outside of the expansive choices for chicken, beef, pork, shrimp, crab, fish and squid, Golden Phoenix offers vegetables a la carte and vegetarian dishes. They also serve five versions of congee (a rice-based soup) and nearly a dozen versions of pho, the traditional Vietnamese rice noodle soup that usually begins with beef broth. But don’t sleep on the mi, an egg-noodle soup that comes in 13 varieties, or the five different clear noodle soups. As for stir-fry dishes, choose between virtually any noodle or rice and all the aforementioned proteins along with a myriad sauces. Mi kho indicates egg noodle dishes. Hu tieu kho and Xao indicate dry rice noodles, and bun is vermicelli. Rice comes fried and steamed plus the Vietnamese specialty com tam, which is from fractured rice grains.

HOUSE SPECIALTY But the specialty of the house is what is called Chinese barbecue, although it shouldn’t be confused with smokers, ketchup- or mustard-based sauces and brisket. The biggest dish, literally, is the whole pork. Pigs ranging from 30 to 100 pounds are prepared over a three-day process: a quick dip in hot water to kill bacteria, an initial roast that helps render the fat, some secondary butchering and seasoning, and a final roast

to finish the pig. “There’s no added fats or oils,” Xa said. “It gets crispy in its own fat.” So, too, go whole duck and chicken, with fingerlicking good results. Xa said the restaurant goes through 20 to 30 whole pigs a week, some that are eaten family-style at one of the many large circular tables outfitted with a Lazy Susan and some that are taken home. “You come in here on Saturdays, and it’s mostly families,” Xa said. Go in Golden Phoenix any day, and it’s mostly family

doing the work. While there was no mythical influence on the rise of Golden Phoenix, Xa said the community conjured just enough magic to jump-start the project. “It was really unbelievable,” Xa said. “Overwhelming.” Speaking of overwhelming, don’t let the menu intimidate you. You can get the condensed version from the staff. — For more information about ordering whole pigs or takeout, call 524-3988.

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With outdoor temperatures seeming to rival those of the surface of the sun, women everywhere are opting for the most classic beat-the-heat hairstyle: the ponytail. The sweet summer hairstyle that Sandra Dee made so popular during the ‘50s is all grown up and gracing fashion runways for summer and fall. Ponytails are simple, sleek and summer chic, and this time of year, they are a girl’s best friend. But leave your Scrunchie at home — to update your pony, tease the roots up for a sassy bump, clip in some colorful extensions or add a boho feather. Cinch it at the nape of your neck for a sophisticated evening look, or wear it way up high with metallic cord wrapped around it for a trendy, modern Grecian goddess look. continued

PA R T Y P O N Y Get festive with this ponytail — a perfect party look. Apply a straightening balm to damp hair, then blow dry, to start with a sleek palette. Then, flat iron the bottom section of your hair for extra smooth polish. Brush your hair back into a snug, high pony, then smooth any lumps with a fine-tooth comb. For a Grecian goddess look, tie a gold cord around the base of your pony, leaving two long pieces on either side. Criss-cross the strands along your ponytail. Wrap them tightly around the ends a few times, knot the cord and snip off the rest.


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Updos in general are always gorgeous for summer, and a new book from the editors of Seventeen Magazine features pages of great ponytails and updos. The “Seventeen Ultimate Guide to Beauty” is a treasure trove of style tips that taps into every young woman’s’ beauty y personality. In it, you’ll fi nd a perfectt

lo look, complete with makeup and wardrobe ti tips, for any occasion.

Q: Why are ponytails such a great option?

“ “It takes a deep dive into the intricacies of makeup application, skin care and hair o how-to,” said Yesenia Almonte, Seventeen Magazine beauty director. “For anyone who has never been able to master a winged liner or a braid, this is the book for you.”

A: They’re so easy to do — and look great too! It’s really hard to mess up a ponytail. You can also make them as unique as your personality: wear it to the side and low, add a fun, colorful elastic to make it stand out, or pull out face-framing pieces to soften it.

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Q: What is new about today’s ponytails? A: Ponytails are always a big trend — on the red carpet and on the runway. And it often is because it’s the perfect style to showcase your face and your features. This coming fall season it’s all about the sleek, perfect ponytail. Hair that is super flat-ironed and shiny with not a piece of hair out of place. It’s very sophisticated!

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have on hand to make sure you get the best ponytail?

night. Here are the steps to achieve

A: If you want a softer, looser look,

this look: First, create a soft texture by making big coils all over your head with a large-barrel curling iron, then brush through the curls for soft waves. Next split the hair

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down the middle into two sections.

runways for summer fashion?

Braid each piece behind your ear,

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leaving out a small section underneath each side. Stop braiding about a third of the way down then secure with an elastic band. Finally, wrap the loose ends around the bands and secure with bobby pins. Spray lightly with hairspray.

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have a texturizing cream on hand. If you want to slick it back tightly, use a gel and a hair elastic. You can have fun with hair elastics — there are usually neon, animal print, satin ribbons, or glitzy ponytail holders at your closest drugstore

it’s an easy way to beat the summer frizz and flyaways, but they are an especially big trend for fall.

Q: Are earrings a must when wearing a ponytail? A: I personally like two types of earrings with ponytails: either studs (and these could be any kind — pearls, diamond, gold, etc.) or long and thin earrings. I think anything too big and bold is distracting. — Yesenia Almonte, Seventeen Magazine beauty director


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PONY The messy ponytail is a fun choice for making a statement. This style adds pop to a formal evening look but also is perfect for just a trip to the mall. To achieve this ponytail, first create lots of movement by coating the ends of your hair with mousse and blow drying without a brush. Once dry, gather hair into a ponytail in the center of the back of your head and cinch with elastics. Tease the ponytail, back-combing it with either a comb or a vent brush. Finish the look with a spritz of hairspray.

The perfect weekend ponytail starts with a dab of moisturizing styling cream to keep frizz in check. Next, create a side part and pull a small section of hair in the front into a side ponytail using a colored rubber band. Tie all your hair together at the nape of your neck with another bold band. Add another elastic every few inches, the length of your ponytail. To finish the look, use a vented brush to gently loosen the hair between the bands for a fun, “bubble” effect. All ponytail photos and descriptions from “Seventeen Ultimate Guide to Beauty.”


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SWING The Sweet Swing ponytail from “Seventeen Ultimate Guide to Beauty” is easy to create. First create a smooth foundation for the style by blow-drying your hair with a big round brush. For sleeker results, use a nozzle attachment on your blow dryer to focus the air exactly where you want it. Pull all your hair up into a ponytail except for a piece wide enough to wrap around the pony. Curl your tail in small sections by wrapping the sections around a clipless curling iron. Break up the curls with your fingers so they don’t look too defined then wrap the base of the pony with the loose piece of hair and secure with bobby pins. Smooth any flyaways with a touch of styling cream.

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A few drops of repair serum will keep your hair healthy and strong so the strands don’t break from being pulled tight into a ponytail.

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Ryan Ready, 9 p.m., Wormy Dog Saloon, 311 E Sheridan, 601-6276. Impending Doom, Dark Arsenal, Romero, Dethrone Humanity and Burning The Shadows, 9 p.m., The Hidden Castle, 1309 24 SW, 701-0870. (Norman)

LIVE MUSIC Grand Casino, 777 Grand Casino Blvd., Casper McWade, 7 p.m., 9647263. (Shawnee)

Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W Memorial, Threat Level Midnight, 9 p.m., 751-1547. JJ’s Alley, 212 E Sheridan, Ronnie Deane and Paul McNab, 6:30 p.m. and Jack Rowdy, 9:30 p.m., 605-4543.

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

HAPPENINGS Oklahoma @ the Movies Exhibit, Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-0765.

Vernet to Villon: NineteenthCentury French Master Drawings from the National Gallery of Art,

Decade by Decade: The 1950s and 1960s Selections from the PSA Collection, The Untitled Artspace, 1

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

NE 3, 581-59995.

“Crumbo Spirit Talk,” featuring the art Woody Crumbo and his children, Oklahoma History Center,

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

800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-0765.

“Pablo Picasso’s Woman,” Fred

Cherokee Baskets – History Woven In Art Exhibit, Cherokee

Work of Norman artist Don Holladay, The Performing Arts

“Of Our Land” Cody Lee Dopps Exhibit, Oklahoma State Capitol,

“Emerging Women in Photography,” Visions In The Paseo

“Oklahoma, the Place Where I call Home” by Margaret Aycock,

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

2300 N Lincoln-, 521-2931.

Art Gallery, 2924 Paseo, 557-1229.

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

Goddard Center Fine Art Photography Biennial, The Charles

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

Paintings by Russell Hughes,

Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler, (918) 456-6007. (Park Hill)

Works by Heather Gorham and “Conditioned” by Delvie McPherson, JRB Art at the Elms,

“Summer Sensations,” Art Group

2810 N Walker, 528-6336.

2100 NE 52, 602-3760. Jones Jr. Museum of Art, 555 Elm, 325-3272. (Norman)

“Modern Realism” exhibit by Ted Conley, East Gallery of the State Capitol, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2141.

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

Gallery, 9309 N Pennsylvania, 6074669.

[ephemera], Individual Artists of Oklahoma, 706 W Sheridan, 2326060.


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Capitol, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2141.

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“Emerging Women in Photography,” Visions In The Paseo Art Gallery, 2924 Paseo, 557-1229.

Goddard Center Fine Art Photography Biennial, The Charles B. Goddard Center, 401 First Avenue, (580) 226-0909. (Ardmore )

CONCERTS

“Summer Sensations,” Art Group

Brad Paisley, the Band Perry and

Gallery, 9309 N Pennsylvania, 6074669.

Easton Corbin, 7:30 p.m., BOK Center, 200 S Denver, (918) 894-4200. (Tulsa)

“Oklahoma, the Place Where I call Home” by Margaret Aycock,

Chad McBride and The Drifters, 9 p.m., Wormy Dog Saloon, 311 E Sheridan, 601-6276.

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

Lower Bricktown Live Summer Concert Series, 7:30 p.m., Harkins

Works by Heather Gorham and “Conditioned” by Delvie McPherson, JRB Art at the Elms,

Bricktown Cinema, 150 E Reno, 840-4275.

2810 N Walker, 528-6336.

Brad Paisley Show After Party Featuring Love and Theft, 9:30

The Oklahoma Pastel Society’s Small Work Exhibit, Adelante!

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

Gallery, 3003 Paseo, 525-4039.

Smile Empty Soul with 12 Stones,

[ephemera], Individual Artists of Oklahoma, 706 W Sheridan, 2326060.

6:30 p.m., The Hidden Castle, 1309 24 SW, 701-0870. (Norman)

LIVE MUSIC

FRI

Othello’s, 434 Buchanan, Open Mic Night!, 9 p.m., 701-4900. (Norman)

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Red Rock Canyon Grill, 9221 Lake Hefner Parkway, 2AM, 8 p.m., 7491995.

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

Oklahoma City Limits, 4801 S

CONCERTS

Eastern, Rick Jawnsun, 7:30 p.m., 619-3939.

Dwight Yoakam, 8 p.m., Riverwind Casino, 1544 W State Highway 9, 3226000. (Norman)

O Asian Fusion, 105 12 Avenue SE, Attica State, 6:30 p.m., 701-8899. (Norman)

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

NIGHT LIFE

UCO Jazz Lab, 100 E 5, Edgar Cruz, 8

Loony Bin Comedy Club, 8503

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

N Rockwell, James Johann, 8 p.m., 239-4242.

Royal Bavaria Brewery & Restaurant, 3401 S Sooner, Predido, 8 p.m., 799-7666. (Moore)

“Crumbo Spirit Talk,” featuring the art Woody Crumbo and his children, Oklahoma History Center,

NE 3, 581-59995.

800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-0765.

HAPPENINGS

Cherokee Baskets – History Woven In Art Exhibit, Cherokee

Work of Norman artist Don Holladay, The Performing Arts

Oklahoma @ the Movies Exhibit,

Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler, (918) 456-6007. (Park Hill)

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

JJ’s Alley, 212 E Sheridan, Eric Levy, 6:30 p.m. and Nate Laughlin, 9:30 p.m., 605-4543.

Decade by Decade: The 1950s and 1960s Selections from the PSA Collection, The Untitled Artspace, 1

Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-0765.

Vernet to Villon: NineteenthCentury French Master Drawings from the National Gallery of Art, Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, 555 Elm, 325-3272. (Norman)

Paintings by Russell Hughes, 50 Penn Place Art Gallery, 1900 Northwest Expressway, 848-5567.

Pablo Picasso’s Woman, Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, 555 Elm, 325-3272. (Norman) “Of Our Land” Cody Lee Dopps Exhibit, Oklahoma State Capitol, 2300 N Lincoln-, 521-2931. (Oklahoma City )

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

I Call Fives, 6:30 p.m., The Conservatory, 8911 N Western, 879-9778. Parachute, The Cab and Katelyn Tarver, 7:30 p.m., Cain’s Ballroom, 423 N Main, (918) 584-2306 . (Tulsa)

Chad Sullins and the Last Call Coalition, 9:30 p.m., Wormy Dog Saloon, 311 E Sheridan, 601-6276.

End of Summer Rager - ioki, Emphesis, Kilter and N8, Saving Sound, Parkplace and NMW, 7 p.m., The Hidden Castle, 1309 24 SW, 701-0870. (Norman)

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WIMGO EVENTS Brothers NYC with Dr Pants, 9 p.m., VZD’s Restaurant & Club, 4200 N Western, 524-4203.

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

AUGUST 15 - AUGUST 29 Decade by Decade: The 1950s and 1960s Selections from the PSA Collection, The Untitled Artspace, 1

The Oklahoma City Zoo hosts “Third annual “Art Gone Wild: Paintings by OKC Zoo Animals,”

LIVE MUSIC

Red Rock Canyon Grill, 9221 Lake

Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701

Blue Note, 2408 N Robinson,

Hefner Parkway, Derek Harris, 8 p.m., 749-1995.

W Memorial, The Sellouts, 9 p.m., 751-1547.

NE 3, 815-9995.

6 a.m., In Your Eye Studio & Gallery, 3005 Paseo, 525-2161.

Honeylark, 9 p.m., 600-1166.

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

Rhinestone Cowboy, 900 SE 59,

Ingrid’s Kitchen, 3701 N Youngs, Works by Heather Gorham and “Conditioned” by Delvie McPherson, JRB Art at the Elms,

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

Mantle Drive, Nathan Laughlin, 8 p.m., 235-4410.

2810 N Walker, 528-6336.

Blue Fire Grille at Waterford Marriott, 6300 Waterford, Burton

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

The Oklahoma Pastel Society’s Small Work Exhibit, Adelante!

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

p.m., 424-1000.

Gallery, 3003 Paseo, 525-4039.

Zannotti’s Wine Bar, 113 W 7th,

Oklahoma City Limits, 4801 S

[ephemera], Individual Artists of

Slick Willie and the Right Cats, 8 p.m. (Stillwater)

Eastern, Street Kings, 9 p.m., 6193939.

Cherokee Baskets – History Woven In Art Exhibit, Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler, (918) 456-6007. (Park Hill)

Grand Casino, 777 Grand Casino Blvd., Squad Live, 9 p.m., 964-7263. (Shawnee)

Vernet to Villon: NineteenthCentury French Master Drawings from the National Gallery of Art,

Red Rock Canyon Grill, 9221 Lake

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

Hefner Parkway, Steve Crossley - One Man Band, 8 p.m., 749-1995.

“Crumbo Spirit Talk,” featuring the

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

art of Woody Crumbo and his children, Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-0765.

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

Bellini’s Ristorante & Grill, 6305 Waterford Blvd., Jazz Bands, 8 p.m., 848-1065.

Work of Norman artist Don Holladay, The Performing Arts

SAT

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

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Paintings by Russell Hughes, Remington Park Racing and Casino, 1 Remington Place, Broxton, 9

Oklahoma, 706 W Sheridan, 2326060.

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

p.m., 424-1000.

Oklahoma City Limits, 4801 S Eastern, Loomis Road, 9 p.m., 6193939.

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

Pablo Picasso’s Woman, Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, 555 Elm, 325-3272. (Norman) “Of Our Land” Cody Lee Dopps Exhibit, Oklahoma State Capitol, 2300 N Lincoln-, 521-2931. (Oklahoma City )

UCO Jazz Lab, 100 E 5, Garrett Big G Jacobson, 8 p.m., 359-7989. (Edmond)

Oklahoma Rock Academy, 8932 S Western, Numbers Game with Atrus, 8 p.m., 636-1199. Mickey Mantle’s Steakhouse, 7 S Mickey Mantle, Matt Stansberry, 7 p.m., 272-0777.

Sliders, 2616 S I 35 Service Rd, Scott King Band, 8 p.m., 672-6306.

JJ’s Alley, 212 E Sheridan, Rodgers and Weilburg, 6:30 p.m. North Meets South, 10 p.m., 605-4543.

Royal Bavaria Brewery & Restaurant, 3401 S Sooner, Moe Williams, 8 p.m., 799-7666. (Moore)

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

HAPPENINGS

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

“Modern Realism” exhibit by Ted Conley, East Gallery of the State

CONCERTS The Byron Berline Band, 7:30 p.m., Double Stop Fiddle Shop, 121 E Oklahoma, 282-6646. (Guthrie)

9th Annual Blues Challenge, 7 p.m., Cain’s Ballroom, 423 N Main, (918) 584-2306 . (Tulsa)

B.B. King, 7 p.m., Grand Casino, 777 Grand Casino Blvd., 964-7263. (Shawnee)

Capitol, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2141.

Ramblin Jack Elliott, 7:30 p.m., Tulsa Little Theatre, 1511 S Delaware, (918) 749-0020. (Tulsa)

“Emerging Women in Photography,” Visions In The Paseo

Bleu Edmondson, 9:30 p.m., Wormy Dog Saloon, 311 E Sheridan, 601-6276.

Art Gallery, 2924 Paseo, 557-1229.

Goddard Center Fine Art Photography Biennial, The Charles B. Goddard Center, 401 First Avenue, (580) 226-0909. (Ardmore )

“Summer Sensations,” Art Group Gallery, 9309 N Pennsylvania, 6074669. “Oklahoma, the Place Where I call Home” by Margaret Aycock, Governors Gallery of the Oklahoma State Capitol, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2931.

Oklahoma @ the Movies Exhibit, Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-0765.

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Limber Limbs, 9 p.m., VZD’s Restaurant & Club, 4200 N Western, 524-4203.

Elvis Forever!!, 8 p.m., Civic Center Music Hall, 201 N Walker, 297-2264. Ramon Ayala y Sus Bravos Del Norte - Mexican Festival, 8 p.m., Lucky Star Casino, 7777 N Highway 81, 262-7612. (El Reno)

Damn Hooligans Fest Volume 2 featuring Thin Ice, Kublai Khan, 2X4, Upright, Thought Crime and more, 7:30 p.m., The Parish, 1757 NW 16

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

UCO Jazz Lab, 100 E 5, Miss Brown To You, 8 p.m., 359-7989. (Edmond)

Mickey Mantle’s Steakhouse, 7 S Mickey Mantle, Matt Stansberry, 7 p.m., 272-0777.

Sliders, 2616 S I 35 Service Rd, Scott King Band, 8 p.m., 672-6306.


WIMGO EVENTS Grady’s 66 Pub, 444 W Main, Sour

AUGUST 15 - AUGUST 29

Diesel Trainwreck, 9 p.m., 354-8789. (Yukon)

The 6th Annual Strong and Healthy Oklahoma Free Health Fair, 9 a.m., New Hope United

JJ’s Alley, 212 E Sheridan, Blake

Methodist Church, 11600 N Council, 722-5281.

Lankford, 6:30 p.m. and Rick Jawnsun, 10 p.m., 605-4543. .

Royal Bavaria Brewery & Restaurant, 3401 S Sooner, Ike

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

Lamb, 8 p.m., 799-7666. (Moore)

2100 NE 52, 602-3760.

NIGHT LIFE

“Modern Realism” exhibit by Ted Conley, East Gallery of the State

Historic Fort Reno Visitor Center & Chapel, Fort Reno, Fort Reno

Capitol, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2141.

Ghost Tours, 8 p.m., 262-3987. (El Reno)

“Emerging Women in Photography,” Visions In The Paseo Art Gallery, 2924 Paseo, 557-1229.

Loony Bin Comedy Club, 8503

SUN

19 CONCERTS Sunday Twilight Concert Series,

LIVE MUSIC

Fort Reno Ghost Tours, 8 p.m.,

“Summer Sensations,” Art Group

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

“Oklahoma, the Place Where I call Home” by Margaret Aycock,

Grady’s 66 Pub, 444 W Main, Sunday Night Revival with Kyle Carter and Clint Pope, 7 p.m., 354-8789. (Yukon)

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

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

The Oklahoma City Zoo hosts “Third annual “Art Gone Wild: Paintings by OKC Zoo Animals,”

Riverlife Church of God, 910 S Santa Fe, Stable Rock Quartet, 6 p.m., 799-2326. (Moore)

6 a.m., In Your Eye Studio & Gallery, 3005 Paseo, 525-2161.

NIGHT LIFE

Puppy Palooza, 4 p.m., Chisholm Trail Park, 500 W Vandament, 350-7684. (Yukon)

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

The Oklahoma Pastel Society’s Small Work Exhibit, Adelante!

HAPPENINGS

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

Gallery, 3003 Paseo, 525-4039.

Cherokee Baskets – History Woven In Art Exhibit, Cherokee

“Crumbo Spirit Talk,” featuring the

[ephemera], Individual Artists of Oklahoma, 706 W Sheridan, 2326060.

Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler, (918) 456-6007. (Park Hill)

HAPPENINGS Decade by Decade: The 1950s and 1960s Selections from the PSA Collection, The Untitled Artspace, 1 NE 3, 815-9995.

Cherokee Baskets – History Woven In Art Exhibit, Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler, (918) 456-6007. (Park Hill)

Vernet to Villon: NineteenthCentury French Master Drawings from the National Gallery of Art,

art Woody Crumbo and his children, Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-0765.

Paintings by Russell Hughes, 50 Penn Place Art Gallery, 1900 Northwest Expressway, 848-5567.

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

“Of Our Land” Cody Lee Dopps Exhibit, Oklahoma State Capitol, 2300 N Lincoln-, 521-2931.

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

Goddard Center Fine Art Photography Biennial, The Charles B. Goddard Center, 401 First Avenue, (580) 226-0909. (Ardmore )

“Modern Realism” exhibit by Ted Conley, East Gallery of the State Capitol, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2141.

6 a.m., In Your Eye Studio & Gallery, 3005 Paseo, 525-2161.

The Mind’s Eye Exhibit Artist Demonstrations, 1 p.m., Paseo Originals, 2920 Paseo, 604-6602.

“Oklahoma, the Place Where I call Home” by Margaret Aycock, Governors Gallery of the Oklahoma State Capitol, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2931.

Blue Door, 2805 N Mckinley, 5240738.

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

Regatta Park, 701 S Lincoln

Art Gallery, 2924 Paseo, 557-1229.

Ramblin Jack Elliott, 8 p.m., The

SPORTS

History Comes Alive Cruises,

2300 N Lincoln-, 521-2931

The Oklahoma City Zoo hosts “Third annual “Art Gone Wild: Paintings by OKC Zoo Animals,”

Presented by Devon Energy, 7:30 p.m., Myriad Botanical Gardens, 100 Myriad Gardens, 297-3995.

Goddard Center Fine Art Photography Biennial, The Charles

Gallery, 9309 N Pennsylvania, 6074669.

“Emerging Women in Photography,” Visions In The Paseo

2100 NE 52, 602-3760.

N Rockwell, James Johann, 8 p.m., 239-4242.

Historic Ft Reno Visitor Center & Chapel, Fort Reno, 262-3987. (El Reno)

“Of Our Land” Cody Lee Dopps Exhibit, Oklahoma State Capitol,

SPIRITUAL

Vernet to Villon: NineteenthCentury French Master Drawings from the National Gallery of Art,

Women of Faith/Women of Action Conference, 7:30 a.m.,

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

Epiphany of The Lord, 7336 W Britton, 722-2110.

“Crumbo Spirit Talk,” featuring the art of Woody Crumbo and his children, Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-0765.

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

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WIMGO EVENTS

MON

20

AUGUST 15 - AUGUST 29 “Modern Realism” exhibit by Ted Conley, East Gallery of the State Capitol, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2141.

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

Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin, 7 p.m., University of

Goddard Center Fine Art Photography Biennial, The Charles

“Of Our Land” Cody Lee Dopps Exhibit, Oklahoma State Capitol,

Joyce Manor and Against Mel, 8

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

2300 N Lincoln-, 521-2931. (Oklahoma City )

p.m., The Eclipse, 1336 E 6, (918) 2959955. (Tulsa)

“Oklahoma, the Place Where I call Home” by Margaret Aycock,

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

King Tuff and Audacity, 9 p.m.,

Oklahoma - Oklahoma Memorial Union, 900 Asp, 325-4678. (Norman)

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

CONCERTS Casino Madrid, 6:30 p.m., The Conservatory, 8911 N Western, 879-9778.

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

TUE

21

JJ’s Alley, 212 E Sheridan, Jason

LIVE MUSIC

“Modern Realism” exhibit by Ted Conley, East Gallery of the State

Grand Casino, 777 Grand Casino

“Emerging Women in Photography,” Visions In The Paseo

“Modern Realism” exhibit by Ted Conley, East Gallery of the State

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

Othello’s, 434 Buchanan, Othello’s Oklahoma @ the Movies Exhibit, Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-0765.

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

Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W Vernet to Villon: NineteenthCentury French Master Drawings from the National Gallery of Art, Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, 555 Elm, 325-3272. (Norman)

“Crumbo Spirit Talk,” featuring the art Woody Crumbo and his children, Oklahoma History Center,

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

HAPPENINGS Oklahoma @ the Movies Exhibit, Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-0765.

800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-0765.

Decade by Decade: The 1950s and 1960s Selections from the PSA Collection, The Untitled Artspace, 1

Work of Norman artist Don Holladay, The Performing Arts

NE 3, 581-59995.

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

Vernet to Villon: NineteenthCentury French Master Drawings from the National Gallery of Art,

Paintings by Russell Hughes, 50 Penn Place Art Gallery, 1900 Northwest Expressway, 848-5567.

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

“Of Our Land” Cody Lee Dopps Exhibit, Oklahoma State Capitol, 2300 N Lincoln-, 521-2931

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

Memorial, 100 Bones, 9 p.m., 751-1547.

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

NIGHT LIFE Loony Bin Comedy Club, 8503 N

Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W

HAPPENINGS

Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W

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

“Crumbo Spirit Talk,” featuring the art Woody Crumbo and his children, Oklahoma History Center,

“Summer Sensations,” Art Group Gallery, 9309 N Pennsylvania, 6074669.

“Oklahoma, the Place Where I call Home” by Margaret Aycock, Governors Gallery of the Oklahoma State Capitol, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2931.

Works by Heather Gorham and “Conditioned” by Delvie McPherson, JRB Art at the Elms,

Rockwell, Pat Godwin, 8 p.m., 2394242.

HAPPENINGS

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

Paintings by Russell Hughes,

2100 NE 52, 602-3760.

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Goddard Center Fine Art Photography Biennial, The Charles B. Goddard Center, 401 First Avenue, (580) 226-0909. (Ardmore )

“Summer Sensations,” Art Group Gallery, 9309 N Pennsylvania, 6074669.

[ephemera], Individual Artists of Oklahoma, 706 W Sheridan, 2326060.

WED

22

“Oklahoma, the Place Where I call Home” by Margaret Aycock,

Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-0765.

Decade by Decade: The 1950s and 1960s Selections from the PSA Collection, The Untitled Artspace, 1 NE 3, 581-59995.

Vernet to Villon: NineteenthCentury French Master Drawings from the National Gallery of Art, Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, 555 Elm, 325-3272. (Norman)

“Crumbo Spirit Talk,” featuring the art Woody Crumbo and his children, Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-0765. Work of Norman artist Don Holladay, The Performing Arts Studio, 200 S Jones, 307-9320. (Norman)

Paintings by Russell Hughes,

CONCERTS

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

Dear Landlord, The Murderburgers and Community Pool, 8:30 p.m., The Conservatory,

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

Saloon, 311 E Sheridan, 601-6276.

2300 N Lincoln-, 521-2931. (Oklahoma City )

LIVE MUSIC Othello’s, 434 Buchanan, Open Mic Night!, 9 p.m., 701-4900. (Norman) Red Rock Canyon Grill, 9221 Lake Hefner Parkway, Stars, 8 p.m., 7491995.

Oklahoma City Limits, 4801 S Eastern, Chad Slagle, 7:30 p.m., 6193939. O Asian Fusion, 105 12 Avenue SE, Shakers of Salt, 6:30 p.m., 701-8899. (Norman) Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701

Works by Heather Gorham and “Conditioned” by Delvie McPherson, JRB Art at the Elms,

JJ’s Alley, 212 E Sheridan, Dawn and Hawkes, 9:30 p.m., 605-4543.

[ephemera], Individual Artists of Oklahoma, 706 W Sheridan, 2326060.

W Memorial, Squad Live, 9 p.m., 751-1547.

Royal Bavaria Brewery & Restaurant, 3401 S Sooner, Route 66, 8 p.m., 799-7666. (Moore)

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

THU

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NIGHT LIFE Loony Bin Comedy Club, 8503 N Rockwell, Pat Godwin, 8 p.m., 2394242.

THEATER “Cats” the Musical, 8 p.m., Jewel Box Theatre, 3700 N Walker, 521-1786.

CONCERTS

HAPPENINGS

Cole Porter, 9 p.m., Wormy Dog

Oklahoma @ the Movies Exhibit,

Saloon, 311 E Sheridan, 601-6276.

Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-0765.

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

2012 Railroad Revival Tour with Willie Nelson, Band of Horses, Jamey Johnson and more, 7 p.m.,

Decade by Decade: The 1950s and 1960s Selections from the PSA Collection, The Untitled Artspace, 1 NE 3, 581-59995.

Downtown Airpark, 1701 S Western (Oklahoma City )

Vernet to Villon: NineteenthCentury French Master Drawings from the National Gallery of Art,

The Classic Crime, 6:30 p.m., The

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

8911 N Western, 879-9778.

“Of Our Land” Cody Lee Dopps Exhibit, Oklahoma State Capitol,

Hed PE and Day Of Tragedy, 7 p.m., The Hidden Castle, 1309 24 SW, 7010870. (Norman)

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

2810 N Walker, 528-6336.

2810 N Walker, 528-6336.

Matt Mason, 9 p.m., Wormy Dog 50 Penn Place Art Gallery, 1900 Northwest Expressway, 848-5567.

Art Gallery, 2924 Paseo, 557-1229.

Oklahoma @ the Movies Exhibit,

800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-0765.

Work of Norman artist Don Holladay, The Performing Arts

“Emerging Women in Photography,” Visions In The Paseo

JJ’s Alley, 212 E Sheridan, Mitch Goddard Center Fine Art Photography Biennial, The Charles

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

Blvd., Patrick Winsett, 7 p.m., 9647263. (Shawnee)

Art Gallery, 2924 Paseo, 557-1229.

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

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

Opolis Production LLC, 113 N Crawford (Norman)

2100 NE 52, 602-3760.

Capitol, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2141.

p.m., Coca-Cola Bricktown Events Center, 425 E California, 236-4143.

2100 NE 52, 602-3760.

Capitol, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2141.

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

The Peace Love and Goodwill Benefit Tour with Tony Luca, 8

Conservatory, 8911 N Western, 879-9778.

“Crumbo Spirit Talk,” featuring the art Woody Crumbo and his children, Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-0765.


WIMGO EVENTS Work of Norman artist Don Holladay, The Performing Arts Studio, 200 S Jones, 307-9320. (Norman)

Paintings by Russell Hughes, 50 Penn Place Art Gallery, 1900 Northwest Expressway, 848-5567.

Pablo Picasso’s Woman, Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, 555 Elm, 325-3272. (Norman) “Of Our Land” Cody Lee Dopps Exhibit, Oklahoma State Capitol, 2300 N Lincoln-, 521-2931. (Oklahoma City )

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

“Modern Realism” exhibit by Ted Conley, East Gallery of the State Capitol, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2141.

“Emerging Women in Photography,” Visions In The Paseo Art Gallery, 2924 Paseo, 557-1229.

Goddard Center Fine Art Photography Biennial, The Charles B. Goddard Center, 401 First Avenue, (580) 226-0909. (Ardmore )

“Summer Sensations,” Art Group Gallery, 9309 N Pennsylvania, 6074669.

“Oklahoma, the Place Where I call Home” by Margaret Aycock, Governors Gallery of the Oklahoma State Capitol, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2931.

Works by Heather Gorham and “Conditioned” by Delvie McPherson, JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 528-6336.

2012 Oklahoma County Free Fair, noon., Oklahoma State Fair Park, 3001 General Pershing Blvd., 948-6704.

The Oklahoma Pastel Society’s Small Work Exhibit, Adelante! Gallery, 3003 Paseo, 525-4039.

[ephemera], Individual Artists of Oklahoma, 706 W Sheridan, 2326060.

AUGUST 15 - AUGUST 29 FRI

24 CONCERTS KATTFest - Five Finger Death Punch, Killswitch Engage, Hinder, Trivium and Battlecross, 4:30 p.m., OKC Zoo Amphitheatre, 2101 NE 50, 364-3700.

Tracy Lawrence, 7 p.m., River Spirit Casino Tulsa, 8330 Riverside Parkway, (918) 299-8518. (Tulsa) Cody Johnson and Whiskey Prophets, 9:30 p.m., Wormy Dog Saloon, 311 E Sheridan, 601-6276.

Blanchard’s 2nd Annual Bluegrass Festival, 6 p.m., Lions Park, 400 block of SW 7, 485-9392. (Blanchard )

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

Blue Note, 2408 N Robinson, The Seventy Ones, 9 p.m., 600-1166. Grand Casino, 777 Grand Casino Blvd., Annie Up, 9 p.m., (405) 9647263. (Shawnee) Red Rock Canyon Grill, 9221 Lake Hefner Parkway, Matt Blagg, 8 p.m., 749-1995. Nonna’s Euro-American Ristorante and Bar, 1 Mickey Mantle Drive, Stephen Speaks, 8 p.m., 235-4410.

Bellini’s Ristorante & Grill, 6305 Waterford Blvd., Jazz Bands, 8 p.m., 848-1065. Remington Park Racing and Casino, 1 Remington Place, 80z Enuf, 9 p.m., 424-1000.

Oklahoma City Limits, 4801 S Eastern, Amy Lee and The Second Line, 9 p.m., 619-3939.

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

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

Sliders, 2616 S I 35 Service Rd, Mike Black and the Stingrays, 8 p.m., 672-6306. Grady’s 66 Pub, 444 W Main, Brandon Clark, 9 p.m., 354-8789. (Yukon) JJ’s Alley, 212 E Sheridan, Rodgers and Weilburg, 6:30 p.m. and Heath Wright, 10 p.m., 605-4543. Royal Bavaria Brewery & Restaurant, 3401 S Sooner, West Lake Drive, 8 p.m., 799-7666. (Moore)

UCO Jazz Lab, 100 E 5, Brian Gorrell

HAPPENINGS

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

The Oklahoma Black Museum hosts “Art in the City, A Cultural

Oklahoma @ the Movies Exhibit,

Connection,” 2 p.m., Memorial Park, 36th and Classen., 213-8077.

NIGHT LIFE

Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-0765.

“Crumbo Spirit Talk,” featuring the Loony Bin Comedy Club, 8503 N Rockwell, Pat Godwin, 8 p.m., 2394242.

THEATER “Cats” the Musical, 8 p.m., Jewel Box Theatre, 3700 N Walker, 521-1786.

Decade by Decade: The 1950s and 1960s Selections from the PSA Collection, The Untitled Artspace, 1

art Woody Crumbo and his children, Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-0765.

NE 3, 581-59995.

Vernet to Villon: NineteenthCentury French Master Drawings from the National Gallery of Art,

Work of Norman artist Don Holladay, The Performing Arts Studio, 200 S Jones, 307-9320. (Norman)

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

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Paintings by Russell Hughes,

Oklahoma City Limits, 4801 S

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

Eastern, Jack Rowdy, 9 p.m., 619-3939.

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

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“Of Our Land” Cody Lee Dopps Exhibit, Oklahoma State Capitol,

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

“Modern Realism” exhibit by Ted Conley, East Gallery of the State Capitol, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2141.

“Emerging Women in Photography,” Visions In The Paseo Art Gallery, 2924 Paseo, 557-1229.

The Oklahoma City Zoo hosts “Third annual “Art Gone Wild: Paintings by OKC Zoo Animals,” 6 a.m., In Your Eye Studio & Gallery, 3005 Paseo, 525-2161.

Works by Heather Gorham and “Conditioned” by Delvie McPherson, JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 528-6336.

2012 Oklahoma County Free Fair, 1 p.m., Oklahoma State Fair Park, NW 10 and May, 948-6704.

The Oklahoma Pastel Society’s Small Work Exhibit, Adelante! Gallery, 3003 Paseo, 525-4039.

[ephemera], Individual Artists of Oklahoma, 706 W Sheridan, 2326060.

2300 N Lincoln-, 521-2931.

7 S Mickey Mantle, Lemma, 7 p.m., 272-0777.

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

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“Of Our Land” Cody Lee Dopps Exhibit, Oklahoma State Capitol,

Lion’s Park, 400 S Flood, 307-9320. (Norman)

Hot Chelle Rae and Demi Lovato, 7

Royal Bavaria Brewery & Restaurant, 3401 S Sooner, Predido,

“Emerging Women in Photography,” Visions In The Paseo

Sunday Twilight Concert Series,

8 p.m., 799-7666. (Moore)

Sugarland, Dave Stewart and

UCO Jazz Lab, 100 E 5, Shadowman

Canaan Smith, 7 p.m., OKC Zoo Amphitheatre, 2101 NE 50, 364-3700.

Crystal Gayle, 7 p.m., Osage Event

113 N Crawford (Norman)

Brandon Rhyder, 9:30 p.m., Wormy Dog Saloon, 311 E Sheridan, 601-6276. Blanchard’s 2nd Annual Bluegrass Festival, 11 a.m., Lions Park, 400 block of SW 7, 485-9392. (Blanchard )

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.

Zannotti’s Wine Bar, 113 W 7th,

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

NIGHT LIFE Loony Bin Comedy Club, 8503 N Rockwell, Pat Godwin, 8 p.m., 2394242.

THEATER “Cats” the Musical, 8 p.m., Jewel Box Theatre, 3700 N Walker, 521-1786.

HAPPENINGS Decade by Decade: The 1950s and 1960s Selections from the PSA Collection, The Untitled Artspace, 1

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

Remington Park Racing and Casino, 1 Remington Place, Boogie Fever, 9 p.m., 424-1000.

Gallery, 9309 N Pennsylvania, 6074669.

“Oklahoma, the Place Where I call Home” by Margaret Aycock, Governors Gallery of the Oklahoma State Capitol, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2931.

The Oklahoma City Zoo hosts “Third annual “Art Gone Wild: Paintings by OKC Zoo Animals,”

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

Grady’s 66 Pub, 444 W Main, Sunday Night Revival with Kyle Carter and Clint Pope, 7 p.m., 354-8789. (Yukon)

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

NIGHT LIFE

[ephemera], Individual Artists of Oklahoma, 706 W Sheridan, 2326060.

The Oklahoma Black Museum hosts “Art in the City, A Cultural

SPIRITUAL

Connection,” 10 a.m., Memorial Park, 36th and Classen., 213-8077.

Oklahoma City First Church of The Nazarene, 4400 Northwest

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

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

2012 Oklahoma County Free Fair,

Gallery, 3003 Paseo, 525-4039.

Paintings by Russell Hughes,

Kiss and Motley Crue, 8 p.m., BOK

UCO Jazz Lab, 100 E 5, Mountain

The Oklahoma Pastel Society’s Small Work Exhibit, Adelante!

“Crumbo Spirit Talk,” featuring the art Woody Crumbo and his children, Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-0765.

Presented by Devon Energy, 7:30 p.m., Myriad Botanical Gardens, 100 Myriad Gardens, 297-3995.

6 a.m., In Your Eye Studio & Gallery, 3005 Paseo, 525-2161.

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

Heritage Center, 2012 S Keeler Drive, (888) 999-6007. (Park Hill )

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

“Summer Sensations,” Art Group

8:30 a.m., Oklahoma State Fair Park, NW 10 and May,, 948-6704.

Red Rock Canyon Grill, 9221 Lake

and The Bandits, 10 p.m., 533-3557. (Stillwater)

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

Vernet to Villon: NineteenthCentury French Master Drawings from the National Gallery of Art,

17th annual Cherokee Homecoming Art Show, Cherokee

Ell’s, 7600 S Perkins, Byron McKedy

Goddard Center Fine Art Photography Biennial, The Charles

NE 3, 581-59995.

Miss Brown To You, 8 p.m. (Stillwater)

Hefner Parkway, Aaron Newman, 8 p.m., 749-1995.

Art Gallery, 2924 Paseo, 557-1229.

Expressway, 4th Saturday Gospel Sing, 7 p.m., 843-9588.

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

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, Pat Godwin, 8 p.m., 2394242.

THEATER “Cats” the Musical, 2:30 p.m., Jewel Box Theatre, 3700 N Walker, 521-1786.

2300 N Lincoln-, 521-2931.

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

“Modern Realism” exhibit by Ted Conley, East Gallery of the State Capitol, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2141.

“Emerging Women in Photography,” Visions In The Paseo Art Gallery, 2924 Paseo, 557-1229.

Goddard Center Fine Art Photography Biennial, The Charles B. Goddard Center, 401 First Avenue, (580) 226-0909. (Ardmore )

“Oklahoma, the Place Where I call Home” by Margaret Aycock, Governors Gallery of the Oklahoma State Capitol, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2931. The Oklahoma City Zoo hosts “Third annual “Art Gone Wild: Paintings by OKC Zoo Animals,” 6 a.m., In Your Eye Studio & Gallery, 3005 Paseo, 525-2161.

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HAPPENINGS Vernet to Villon: NineteenthCentury French Master Drawings from the National Gallery of Art, Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, 555 Elm, 325-3272. (Norman)

17th annual Cherokee Homecoming Art Show, Cherokee Heritage Center, 2012 S Keeler Drive, (888) 999-6007. (Park Hill )

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“Crumbo Spirit Talk,” featuring the art Woody Crumbo and his children, Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-0765.

Summer Breeze Concert with the David Mayfield Parade, 7:30 p.m.,

Capitol, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2141.

p.m., Frontier City Theme Park, 11501 N I-35 Service Road, 478-2140.

Connection,” 10 a.m., Memorial Park, 36th and Classen., 213-8077.

CONCERTS

“Modern Realism” exhibit by Ted Conley, East Gallery of the State

2100 NE 52, 602-3760.

The Oklahoma Black Museum hosts “Art in the City, A Cultural

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

JJ’s Alley, 212 E Sheridan, Rick Hornyak, 9:15 p.m. and Ali Harter, 10 p.m., 605-4543.

Why, Serengeti and DJ Tony Trimm, 9 p.m., Opolis Production LLC,

call Home” by Margaret Aycock, Governors Gallery of the Oklahoma State Capitol, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2931.

Mickey Mantle’s Steakhouse,

Reckless Kelly, 8 p.m., Riverwind Casino, 1544 W State Highway 9, 3226000. (Norman)

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

“Oklahoma, the Place Where I

“Of Our Land” Cody Lee Dopps Exhibit, Oklahoma State Capitol,

CONCERTS

Center, 951 W 36 N (Tulsa)

Gallery, 9309 N Pennsylvania, 6074669.

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

SUN

Mike Black and the Stingrays, 8 p.m., 672-6306.

Goddard Center Fine Art Photography Biennial, The Charles

“Summer Sensations,” Art Group

Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W

Sliders, 2616 S I 35 Service Rd,

2300 N Lincoln-, 521-2931

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

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

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


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NIGHT LIFE Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W Memorial, Karaoke, 8 p.m., 751-1547.

HAPPENINGS Oklahoma @ the Movies Exhibit,

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

17th annual Cherokee Homecoming Art Show, Cherokee Heritage Center, 2012 S Keeler Drive, (888) 999-6007. (Park Hill )

“Crumbo Spirit Talk,” featuring the art Woody Crumbo and his children, Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-0765. Work of Norman artist Don Holladay, The Performing Arts Studio, 200 S Jones, 307-9320. (Norman)

Paintings by Russell Hughes, 50 Penn Place Art Gallery, 1900 Northwest Expressway, 848-5567.

Pablo Picasso’s Woman, Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, 555 Elm, 325-3272. (Norman) “Of Our Land” Cody Lee Dopps Exhibit, Oklahoma State Capitol, 2300 N Lincoln-, 521-2931. (Oklahoma City )

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

“Modern Realism” exhibit by Ted Conley, East Gallery of the State Capitol, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2141.

Goddard Center Fine Art Photography Biennial, The Charles B. Goddard Center, 401 First Avenue, (580) 226-0909. (Ardmore )

“Oklahoma, the Place Where I call Home” by Margaret Aycock, Governors Gallery of the Oklahoma State Capitol, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2931.

Rick Jawnsun, 9 p.m., Wormy Dog Saloon, 311 E Sheridan, 601-6276.

Pat Benatar and Neil Giraldo, “Of Our Land” Cody Lee Dopps Exhibit, Oklahoma State Capitol,

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

2300 N Lincoln-, 521-2931. (Oklahoma City )

Kenny White, 8 p.m., The Blue Door, 2805 N Mckinley, 524-0738.

Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-0765.

Vernet to Villon: NineteenthCentury French Master Drawings from the National Gallery of Art,

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

CONCERTS

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

Vernet to Villon: NineteenthCentury French Master Drawings from the National Gallery of Art, Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, 555 Elm, 325-3272. (Norman)

2100 NE 52, 602-3760.

17th annual Cherokee Homecoming Art Show, Cherokee

“Modern Realism” exhibit by Ted Conley, East Gallery of the State

Heritage Center, 2012 S Keeler Drive, (888) 999-6007. (Park Hill )

Capitol, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2141.

LIVE MUSIC “Crumbo Spirit Talk,” featuring the Grand Cas ino, 777 Grand Casino

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

art Woody Crumbo and his children, Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-0765.

“Emerging Women in Photography,” Visions In The Paseo Art Gallery, 2924 Paseo, 557-1229.

2100 NE 52, 602-3760.

Blvd., Chadd Bryant, 7 p.m., (405) 9647263. (Shawnee)

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

“Modern Realism” exhibit by Ted Conley, East Gallery of the State

Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W

LIVE MUSIC

Capitol, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2141.

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

Work of Norman artist Don Holladay, The Performing Arts

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

“Emerging Women in Photography,” Visions In The Paseo

JJ’s Alley, 212 E Sheridan, Ronnie

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

Deane, 6:30 p.m., and Jack Rowdy, 9:30 p.m., 605-4543.

“Art, a Labor of Love,” Art Group

Paintings by Russell Hughes,

Gallery, 9309 N Pennsylvania, 6074669.

JJ’s Alley, 212 E Sheridan, Ronnie

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

Goatwhore and Enfuneration,

JJ’s Alley, 212 E Sheridan, Carter Sampson, 9:30 p.m., 605-4543. UCO Jazz Lab, 100 E 5, Dr. Dawn Linblade - Clarinet, 7:30 p.m., 3597989. (Edmond)

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 Oklahoma @ the Movies Exhibit, Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-0765.

Decade by Decade: The 1950s and 1960s Selections from the PSA Collection, The Untitled Artspace, 1 NE 3, 581-59995.

Vernet to Villon: NineteenthCentury French Master Drawings from the National Gallery of Art, Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, 555 Elm, 325-3272. (Norman)

17th annual Cherokee Homecoming Art Show, Cherokee

Art Gallery, 2924 Paseo, 557-1229.

Goddard Center Fine Art Photography Biennial, The Charles

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

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

HAPPENINGS

“Art, a Labor of Love,” Art Group

Oklahoma @ the Movies Exhibit,

Gallery, 9309 N Pennsylvania, 6074669.

Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-0765.

“Oklahoma, the Place Where I call Home” by Margaret Aycock,

Decade by Decade: The 1950s and 1960s Selections from the PSA Collection, The Untitled Artspace, 1

Pablo Picasso’s Woman, Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, 555 Elm, 325-3272. (Norman) “Of Our Land” Cody Lee Dopps Exhibit, Oklahoma State Capitol, 2300 N Lincoln-, 521-2931.

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

NE 3, 581-59995.

Goddard Center Fine Art Photography Biennial, The Charles

“Oklahoma, the Place Where I call Home” by Margaret Aycock, Governors Gallery of the Oklahoma State Capitol, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2931. Works by Heather Gorham and “Conditioned” by Delvie McPherson, JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 528-6336.

[ephemera], Individual Artists of Oklahoma, 706 W Sheridan, 2326060.

Works by Heather Gorham and “Conditioned” by Delvie McPherson, JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 528-6336.

[ephemera], Individual Artists of Oklahoma, 706 W Sheridan, 2326060.

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Heritage Center, 2012 S Keeler Drive, (888) 999-6007. (Park Hill )

“Crumbo Spirit Talk,” featuring the art Woody Crumbo and his children, Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-0765.

CONCERTS Phish, 7 p.m., OKC Zoo Amphitheatre,

Work of Norman artist Don Holladay, The Performing Arts

2101 NE 50, 364-3700.

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

Between The Buried And Me, Periphery and Job For A Cowboy,

Paintings by Russell Hughes,

6 p.m., Diamond Ballroom, 8001 S Eastern, 677-9169.

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

Lyle Lovett, 7:30 p.m., Brady Theater, 105 W Brady, (918) 582-7239. (Tulsa)

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2009 Lincoln Towncar Great condition, 44,000 miles, $19,500. 405-769-8303

2010 Lincoln Town Car Signature LTD, light grey, 31,000 mi. Like new. $26,995. 405-630-8237

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LIBERTY BOAT 20', Both Jet Boat & Trailer are Custom built. ONE OF A KIND, FAST & LOUD. 427 Big Block Eng w/ Berkley Jet Drive. All Original Int/Ext, Very High Performance. $8000. Jack Meador 405-207-6747 or E-mail package.store@sbcglobal.net


Financial Advisors Householder Group Financial Advisors is an upscale financial planning and investment management firm in Edmond. We are seeking experienced, successful financial advisors to join our rapidly growing firm in Edmond, with plans to expand to Moore and other locations in Oklahoma. We need advisors who want to build a successful practice on an independent, flexible platform with no sales pressure, quotas, or narrow proprietary products to pick from.

(2) 3 seater, 2007 Yamaha Waverunners, excellent condition, $4,500ea. 405-229-1234 1999 Sprint-Pro Master 19.5, Center Console, bass boat (loaded) '98 model Johnson 150H, fast strike plus Magnum Galvanize Trailer, $7,500. Call for more details 405-630-8011.

If you are a broker, or in a captive advisor status, your personal earnings typically increase dramatically by joining an independent firm. Plus, you build your own business, not the business of some other firm.

2008 Pontoon 21 ft Sun Tracker, 50 Merc. troll mtr. $13,500; 1996 Jet Ski $2500 ¡¡¡ 405-386-2111 2 Sea Doos w/trailer, 96XP & GTI, new batteries & tags, need to sell quickly, $3,000obo. 590-4186

'05 KAWASAKI KX250F 4 stroke very clean must see S. OKC $2000 »» 405-401-3076 2005 Yamaha Vstar 1100 6200 miles $4500 405-386-2652 or 405-388-6780 Wanted: MOPED/MOTOR BIKE used for around $200. 405-632-7338 2002 Honda 1800C loaded, 13K mi new tires $5,500. 580-431-2248 '07 Yamaha V Star 650, like new, 900 miles, $3,650. 686-1037

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

Accounting Assistant Experienced with high volume of A/P, A/R. Ability to perform well under deadlines. Please send resume and salary requirement jhoskins@thevibrand.com Accounts Receivable Coordinator Strong analytical and organizational skills, team player, driven, self-motivated w/positive attitude. Min 2 yrs exp & proficient in MS Office. Send resume & salary req to lbrackett@cimarron.com AR ASSISTANT Fast pace office seeking self starter with AR & Billing experience. Minimum 2 years. QuickBooks & Microsoft Excel preferred. Should email resume & salary requirements to: lynn@januaryservices.com

Cashier 1993 Dutchman, 30 foot Mtr Hm, air, good cond, 47K, good tires, 460 V8 ¡¡ $8000 ¡¡ 405-735-3088 84 Class A Winnebago Chieftan Awning, 4000W Onan generator, sleeps 6. $6,500 405-279-2481 2008 31 foot Puma BP, lg slide, $11,400, or take trade, 330-1880. 2008 TT Salem 26 ft, slide, slps 6, Like New $10,800 ¡ 405-386-2111 '05 Trail Lite Camping Trailer, 23', exc. cond, $12,500. 405-634-7915 85' Chevy 33ft Motorhome Parting it out $5 - $2500 824-6348

State Treasurer’s Office seeks Cashier to operate teller window, balance currency, coin and checks, calculate daily transactions, & perform various tasks related to the processing of cash and other items as well as complex bookkeeping tasks and related clerical work. 3 years teller experience or equivalent education required. EOE. See: www.ok.gov/treasurer for full description, application & instructions or send cover letter & résumé to: HR Manager, 2300 N. Lincoln Blvd., Room 217, OKC, OK 73105.

We offer competitive pay-outs, investment management support, admin support, coaching and a synergistic environment. Check us out at www.nickmassey.com and send resume to nmassey@householdergroup.com Local Not for Profit Org. seeks to fill CASH MANAGEMENT position. 3-5 yrs. accounting exp. & Great Plains exp. preferred. Competitive salary & benefits. Send resume to: cmossman@nrha.com

Administrative Assistant Small office atmosphere with long term opportunities. Responsible, Dependable, Motivated. Excellent communication (written, verbal, listening), Computer Skills (Office, Windows, Internet, Faxing, Emailing, Scanning), Filing, Labeling, Sorting, Bill Pay, Organizing. Must be able to work under pressure and make deadlines. Hurry only one position available. myofficeresumes@aol.com

Administrative Assistant Upscale financial planning firm in Edmond seeks experienced fulltime Administrative Assistant with outstanding customer service skills and a high degree of professionalism. Must have superior computer, organizational and multi-tasking ability, an outgoing personality and ability to work at a fast pace. Email resume to nmassey@householdergroup.com or fax to 341-9979. Administrative Assistant w/ exp. needed P/T for Utility Service Company. Excellent phone skills a must. Min. 1 yr exp. preferred. Avg. 20 hrs per week. Salary based on exp. Call 794-2698.

ADMISSIONS ASSISTANT Work part time at The Referral Center performing assessments on patients. Must have exp with 12 Step program. Sales & Collection exp required. Apply: 1215 NW 25th EOE

CLERICAL/RECEPTION FT. Busy PI/WC law firm near downtown. Legal exper not nec, but helpful, all aspects of clerical exper A MUST! IMED OPENING! 1132 N BROADWAY 232-8585

AUTOMOTIVE TECH $10,000 SIGN ON BONUS FOR NISSAN CERTIFIED TECH MON-FRI. Brand new building, heated & cooled service dept. contact Jeff Smith 580-225-3344

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

CPA Hiring a CPA to work in our office and manage a multitude of accounts for our company. We currently have 20 accounts and are a fast growing company. We plan on adding 6 more locations in the next three years as well as another brand of locations. We are open to discuss pricing. CPA mycparesumes@aol.com Fast paced medical office needs a full time, detail oriented, multitasker for Transcription & Clerical duties. Must be proficient in Word & Outlook. Benefits & great hours. Fax resume to 235-6206 . LINCARE, leading national respiratory company, seeks MEDICAL BILLING and COLLECTIONS SPECIALIST with attention to detail & strong communication skills. Responsible for accounts receivable from Medicare, Medicaid, insurance and patient accounts. Experience preferred. Great benefits and growth opportunities. EOE/DFWP. Submit resume to: Lincare, Inc. 940 SW 104th, Oklahoma City, OK 73139 Attn: Employment Opportunities OR fax resume to: 405-948-0384.

* RECEPTIONIST * Fast pace medical office seeks: FT Bilingual (Eng/Spanish) Receptionist. Preferred Experience: Electronic Health Records & Insurance coding 10 Key & Typing skills required. Send resumes or email to: Okla. Allergy & Asthma Clinic Attn: Business Office Manager 750 NE 13th St OKC, OK 73104 HR@oklahomaallergy.com Apply withing by Calling

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

Jiffy Lube now hiring for

ALL POSITIONS. Please call (405) 604-1331 for immediate interview.

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

TECHNICIAN/RECON EXPERT Fantastic opportunity! OPEN NEW SHOP. Responsible customer warranty repairs & inventory reconditioning. Focus on quality repairs & customer satisfaction. 10 yrs experience & ASE certification/vocational program. Dedicated to doing the job right! Paid vacations, health insurance & more. Apply in person @ 3014 S Penn, Okc, fax 405-606-2424, email maxcreditauto@gmail.com

CONCRETE FOREMAN Paving company in need of an experienced foreman. We offer competitive salary, vacation, health/life insurance. Apply at 10200 NW 10th or call 405-577-2944. Concrete Workers Needed Concrete Enterprises seeking Carpenters, Laborers, Rod Busters, & Finishers - Must be able to pass drug test, physical & Everify. Please bring 2 forms of ID. 200 NE 46th St, OKC. EOE 405-605-4141.

AMERICAN CLEANERS Hiring FT Customer Service Reps. Starting pay $9.00 per hour. Apply at 13901 N May Ave. CLINICAL RESEARCH COORDINATOR needed for a REGULATORY MANAGER/ADVERTISING SPECIALIST position at a local clinical research office. Strong knowledge of clinical trial documents, IRB regulations, and ICH/ GCP guidelines required. Responsibilities include regulatory management, subject recruitment, and assisting in clinical trial procedures. Minimum of two years clinical research experience required. Competitive salary and benefits including health/dental. Email resumes to nancy-redinger@ouhsc.edu

405-235-0040

Sr. Citz. Male needs person to help w/ house, etc. for room & board, salary neg. Call 632-2998

BARTLESVILLE PUBLIC SCHOOLS Accepting applications for Elementary Counselor, Psychologist, Math/Science Teacher. For more information and to Submit Online Application, apply at www.bps-ok.org EOE IMMEDIATE OPENING CERTIFIED TEACHERS to teach part time late afternoon or evening ESL classes. Call 524-7323 or email resume to okcread@aol.com

to schedule an interview

East Central University

ROOFING LABORERS & SHEET METAL WORKERS Current identification a Must. Full time employment. Call Ron @ 405-520-8958.

Server Systems Manager

Mid-Del Public Schools Secondary Education

Responsibilities: Primary duties focus on enterprise Windows server management relating to the development and support of campus SAN, VMWare, virtual MS servers, backups, MSAD, and MS Exchange.

Mid-Del Public Schools is currently accepting applications for Certified English, Math, Personal Finance, Social Studies & Science Teachers. Please contact our Human Resources office at: hr@mid-del.net or call (405) 737-4461 ext 1218

ADMIN PRO AUTO DEALERSHIP Take charge & put your stamp on our family oriented used car dealership. Responsible for everything admin! Buy here pay here admin experience a must, bilingual a plus! Love the car business, committed to career! Paid vacations, health insurance & more. In person, 3014 S Penn, okc Fax resume 405-606-2424 e-mail maxcreditauto@gmail.com

is seeking a

Qualifications: Managing a Windows Server environment, a desktop workstation environment, and college courses that are equivalent to an Associate's degree is required. To apply: visit www.ecok.edu. AA/EOE.

Mid-Del Public Schools Elementary Education Mid-Del Public Schools is currently accepting applications for Certified Elementary and Early Childhood Teachers. Please contact our Human Resources office at: hr@mid-del.net or call (405) 737-4461 ext 1218


Mt. St. Mary High School Seeking certified high schl/ college guidance counselor position for 2012-13 schl yr. Fax resume' & certification to Talita DeNegri @ 405-631-9209 or email tdenegri@mountstmary.org

SEEWORTH ACADEMY Will be accepting applications for the following positions: •Language Art/Reading Instructor •Math Instructor •Special Ed. Instructor •Attendance Coach • ELL Instructor • ELL Para Pro Fax or email resume to:

405-475-8566 jobs@seeworthacademy.org seeworthacademy.org The Choctaw/Nicoma Park School District is accepting applications for a middle school Special Education Teacher. Please call (405) 769-9882 for additional information. Application available on-line at www.cnpschools.org

CHILD CARE WORKER EDMOND POSITIONS AVAILABLE. Experience required. Dependable only apply 330-3077 for application. CONSTRUCTION MATERIAL LAD TECHNICIAN and CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS TESTING TECH NEEDED. Will Train. Some benefits. Apply in person at 809 NW 34th, Moore.

BUS OPERATORS $13.89 per hour Central Oklahoma Transportation and Parking Authority is accepting applications for Bus Operators; starting with 27 to 32 hours per week with the option for full-time work. Requirements include; Current Oklahoma Driver's License, excellent driving record and ability to work varied work schedules. Commercial Driver's License, Class "B" permit with “P” endorsement must be obtained prior to employment. Interested applicants may also obtain applications online at gometro.org. Please submit applications to the location listed below: Metro Transit 2000 S. May Oklahoma City, OK 73108 Applications accepted from 8:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. EOE M/F/V/H

CAMELOT CDC Teachers. FT/PT positions. 24 NW 146th St, 19000 N May & 13925 Quail Pointe Drive. 749-2262

CASHIERS FULL TIME/PART TIME Local depart. store needs honest and dependable AM & PM Cashiers. Must be experienced. Apply in person 10am-2pm 834 W Edmond Rd, Edmond CHILDCARE TEACHERS needed FT/PT. CDA, CCP. Bus Driver with CDL. ‘¡ Call 405-632-6724 ¡‘

MECHANIC ASSISTANT NOW HIRING EXPERIENCED MECHANIC, FULL TIME WORK, MUST HAVE VALID DRIVERS LICENSE FAX RESUME TO 348-7649 OR CALL 348-7646

CSR/NEW ACCOUNT SALES REP Community Bank has opening for full time lead new account rep. Must have 1 year banking and account opening experience. Submit resume to email@myfirstliberty.com or mail to First Liberty Bank PO Box 21848 OKC, OK 73156

Mon-Fri, 4 pm-12:30 am. $8.25/hr + benefits. Leave message at 749-3153. EOE.

CUSTODIANS Full time evening shift (Moore Schools area). Competitive wages & benefits. Please call 405-692-5743 for info and/or appointment. Must pass felony record check. Se Habla Espanol Debt Collectors Wanted. Any experience A plus. Will train. Great location & benefits. Call 681-2332.

in Oklahoma City, Edmond, Bethany, Chickasha, Norman, Choctaw, El Reno, Guthrie, Noble, Harrah, Mustang, Piedmont, Spencer, Yukon and surrounding areas. Payment issued within 72 hours. (888) 511-4422 DRIVERS & HELPERS for moving company. Apply in person at 1131 Enterprise Ave., Unit 15A, OKC, OK, 445-7618. DRIVERS NEEDED Residential recovery program is needing a motivated person for route driver position with light office duties. Full time MondayFriday. $8.00 p/h. Clean MVR & valid OK Driver’s License. EOE. Fax to 405-235-1071 or email to hr@okcmetroalliance.com

FULL-TIME OPPS HS grads ages 17-38. Full pay, benefits, training, 30 days vacation/yr, $ for school. No exp needed. Call Mon-Fri 877-628-9562 Full Time Entry Level Position available for major title company. Great opportunity for the right person. Serious Inquiries Only! Email cfrancis@ameagletitle.com

GREAT OPPORTUNITY NOW AVAILABLE Linen King, one of the nation's fastest growing healthcare laundry companies, seeks person to work in our laundry department. Apply in person at: 7201 Cambridge Drive Midwest City, OK 73110 Growing OKC area reference lab needs weekend courier. Good driving record, excellent Customer Service skills are a must. APPLY:

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Janitor Gen. cleaning, Min. 1 yr exp. Wk hrs 10:00 AM - 7:00 PM M-F. Apply 1215 NW 25th St EOE

DENTAL RECEPTIONIST NW OKC Dental experience a must. People person with good computer skills. Fax resume: 405-848-6664

$8.00/hr $8.25/hr $9.00/hr $9.50/hr

Executive Director, Home Health Care

MUST pass background check & drug screen. Apply in person at 2550 W Reno, Ste 106. EOE

Oil States Energy Services, LLC.

Save a Life! Earn $100 this week. Now Accepting New Donors Two convenient locations to serve you: East - 405-737-2447 West - 405-634-0220 In addition to meeting the donation criteria you must also provide a valid photo I.D., proof of your current address & your Social Security or immigration card to donate. VALET CAR ATTENDANTS Non-smoking facilities. Full time Monday-Friday Long distance running/standing long periods of time. Must drive standard transmission. Call 602-5648 or send resume to: karen@medvalet.biz VALET PARKERS NW OKC. Full time Monday-Friday. Must drive standard. Call 602-5648 or karen@medvalet.biz

IPS Engineering / EPC a Tulsa Based Company IPS Engineering / EPC provides a full range of engineering, surveying, right-of-way, procurement, project management, and related professional services to the oil and gas industry for pipelines and related facilities. Now hiring for the following professionals with pipeline industry experience: •Engineers (P.E. preferred) - Pipeline Engineer - Station Engineer (gas compression and liquid pump stations) - Civil / Structural • Pipeline Mapping Coordinator •Pipeline Mappers •Survey Supervisor (RLS preferred) •Survey Party Chief •Right-of-Way Supervisor •Right-of-Way Document Specialist •Project Manager •Field Project Manager •Project Controls •Scheduler •Procurement Manager •Buyer / Expeditor Project Administrator •Accounting Coordinator/ Manager Interested individuals please respond via e-mail to: engineering.epc@ipsi.us.com

Weekend Assistant needed for U Store All-Memorial $9/hr. Retirees welcome. 749-1991 EOE West Edmond C-Store w/Deli seeks experienced long term individual. FT/PT. Lazy need not apply. 887-6568, lv msg.

for Home Health Care Co. In OKC. BENEFITS ¡ INSURANCE Fax Resume: 722-4397; 606-2736

Dental office in NW Edmond hiring a sterilization assistant. No experience required. Starting pay $10.00 per hour. Call 405-348-6161 / fax 330-2032

NOW HIRING

Route Driver PT. Ideal for Retiree. $80-$100/day 2-3 days/wk. Must live NW. Must have economy P/U & clean MVR. EOE. Rick 341-7017

Coder with experience only

Call 405-348-6161 / fax 330-2032

for a new premier bldg in downtown OKC.

is accepting applications for Shop Hand Positions in the Oklahoma City area. We offer competitive pay, benefits, 401(k), and on the job training. Those applying must successfully pass pre- and post-employment drug & alcohol tests per Company policy. Please apply in person at: 4301 Will Rogers Pkwy, Ste 600, Oklahoma City, OK 73108. OSES is an Affirmative Action/ Equal Opportunity Employer.

Exp. required & detail oriented Send resume to 405-752-7305 or sendresumes7305@gmail.com

DENTAL HYGIENIST for Edmond practice.

NEED A JOB? Custodial Positions avail. Complete app online at edmondschools.net For information 340-2220

• General Cleaners • Vacuum Techs • Floor Techs • Section Leads

Clinical Research Coordinator

Dental Assistant & Front Desk needed. Dental experience required. Dentrix experience preferred. Please fax resume to: 405-737-5445

CUSTODIAN

Deliver YP phone books

Answering Service Operator Edmond. Must type 45 wpm. Mon-Wed 7a-2p; Thur off; Fri 7:30a-6:30p; Sat off; Sun 8a-3p; Additional shifts available. $12 per hour ¡ 285-4316

MECHANIC ASSISTANT NOW HIRING EXPERIENCED MECHANIC. FULL TIME WORK. MUST HAVE VALID DRIVER'S LICENSE. FAX RESUME TO 348-7649 OR CALL 348-7646

Certified Medication Aide 3-11 & 11-7 shifts. Interested individuals can apply at company headquarters, 3317 SE 18th St., (Del City, OK). No phone calls

Baptist Village Communities serves over 2,000 people each day through eight retirement villages, four home health offices, case management and medical equipment. Entrusted Hearts, our home health provider seeks an executive director in our Oklahoma City based home office. Bachelor’s degree required, RN preferred. 5 years experience. Directs four home health care offices, case management and medical equipment. www.baptistvillage.org. Send resume to ksholin@baptistvillage.org

Full Time Front Office/Receptionist for busy Peds. Office. Fax resume to 631-4404. Healthcare/CNA: Private home, adult male. Must be very skilled in all areas. Serious inquiries only. 822-9026. LINCARE, leading national respiratory company, seeks MEDICAL BILLING and COLLECTIONS SPECIALIST with attention to detail & strong communication skills. Responsible for accounts receivable from Medicare, Medicaid, insurance and patient accounts. Experience preferred. Great benefits and growth opportunities. EOE/DFWP. Submit resume to: Lincare, Inc. 940 SW 104th, Oklahoma City, OK 73139 Attn: Employment Opportunities OR fax resume to: 405-948-0384. MEDICAL ASSISTANT with pediatric experience for FT position in NW OKC. Fax resume to 1-855-715-2499 toll free. RECEPTIONIST Busy reputable NW Peds office looking for a pleasant receptionist. Experience in a medical group setting performing a wide range of office related tasks. Email resume, 3 references and salary req. Attn: erica.nwpeds@gmail.com Receptionist Busy NW OKC optometric practice. Biling +. Fax resume and sal req. to 405 782-0302

Temp-to-Permanent Full-Time Accounts Receivables Representative Experience in following up on unpaid claims with Insurance carriers. Ability to answer patient calls in a timely and professional manner. Computer skills required and AdvancedMD & Medical Mgr experience is preferred. Please email resumes to christyv@medicbiz.org ’ 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

Attention: LPNs Immediate opening for FT Days in Norman Weekly Pay/Benefits/PTO Preferred Pediatrics 4 0 5 - 8 4 8 - 73 3 7 okcpphhc@aol.com

CERTIFIED MEDICATION AIDE Work 11PM - 7AM M-F in the Inpatient Detox Unit of The Referral Center. Exp. required. Apply: 1215 NW 25th EOE LPN, FT, 7AM-7PM. We offer competitive salary & great working conditions w/benefits (after probation). Interested individuals can apply at company headquarters, 3317 SE 18th St., (Del City, OK). No calls.

LPN needed for home health skilled nurse visits. Must be able to start as soon as poss. 842-5656

LPNs Well Established Assisted Living community located in NW OKC currently accepting applications. Must be dedicated to providing quality service to our seniors while managing CMAs/CNAs in an excellent environment. Dependability & Long Term Care experience a must. Call 495-6870

LPN Work PRN in the inpatient Detox Unit of The Referral Center. Min 1 yr exp required. Competitive Salary. Apply: 1215 NW 25th EOE

Medical Assistant Needed for busy office. Must have exp. Fax resume to: 405-752-7305 or sendresumes7305@gmail.com

RN Case Manager & LPN TOP PAY - Home Health Care Co. In OKC. BENEFITS ¡ INSURANCE Fax Resume: 722-4397; 606-2736

RN INTAKE COORDINATOR Home health agency seeking a MOTIVATED INTAKE COORDINATOR

$$ SIGN ON BONUS! $$ 100% EMPLOYER PAID medical/dental benefits F O R E N T I R E F A M I L Y!! E.O.E. Please Fax Resume to:

405-258-0045


SIGN ON BONUS!! immediate openings

CLINICIANS (MDs, DOs, NPs, PAs) TO MAKE HOUSE CALLS MON-FRI ONLY • Metro OKC!!! No On-Call/Nights/Weekends

Excellent Benefits

Janitor/Custodian Flagship is now hiring at the Will Rogers Airport for 1st & 3rd shift. Must be available to work weekends and pass a criminal background check. Apply in person at the Will Rogers Airport or call (405) 684-9400.

Malpractice Ins. Paid FAX OR EMAIL CV TO:

405-232-0112 physiciansathome@att.net PH (405) 232-0101

Physicians At Home Inc. We are looking for RN Director of Nursing for Sienna Extended Care & Rehab. Competitive salary package. Mail or fax your resume to: P. O. Box 638, Gore, OK 74435, Call 918-489-2397, Fax 918-489-2371, cfaircloth@sernallc.net

Oak Tree Counseling Services is accepting resumes for licensed Therapists in OKC & the surrounding areas. Qualified candidates must possess one of the following: LPC, LBP, LCSW, LMFT, or currently be under active supervision. Excellent pay based upon experience. Bilingual a plus. Please call Mark Brown at (405) 365-0338 or send resume to mcbrown@oaktreecs.com »»»»»»»»»»»» RNs Part-time and Full-time needed for psychiatric adolescent facility in the OKC area. Excellent pay. Email resume to: apply@splains.org or fax to 217-8502. »»»»»»»»»»»» »»»»»»»»»»»»

THERAPIST Oklahoma Family Counseling Services, a leader in behavioral health, is now seeking applications for Contract Therapists in the OKC area. Please fax resume to 405-217-8502 or email to apply@splains.org »»»»»»»»»»»»

The Oklahoma City Marriott is hiring for the following positions: • Sous Chef • Housekeepers • Cooks • Bellmen • Bartenders • Servers • Banquet Servers • Chief Engineer • Engineers • Front Office Agents Apply at the Front Desk 3233 NW Expressway

I am a CAREGIVER with experience in hospice & dementia, full or part time ’’ 889-9126 ’’

Construction Laborers For right of way work & 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 CUSTODIANS needed at Piedmont Public Schools, Salary based on exp. Call Jacky Parish at 373-2311

Maintenance Needs to have experience in many trades (electrical, heat & air, kitchen equipment) as well as other fields. Salary is negotiable. We are a fast growing company and can no longer keep up with all stores and are willing to make it well worth someones time to do so. Needs to be able to travel out of town, as well be on call while in town. We have stores from OKC to Jonesboro, AR and are currently adding more. mymaintenresumes@aol.com Now Hiring Maint. Asst. nr OCU. Exp req'd, background check, drug screen, non-smoking env. Apply at Cokesbury Court Apts., 2601 N. Kentucky Ave. EOE M/F/D/V Makeready/Maintenance Position for multi-family property. HVAC experience helpful. Fax resume to 605-0850 or fill out application at 825 N. Broadway Ave., Suite 300. Make Ready needed for a multifamily property in Oklahoma City. To apply send resume to careers@jrkpropholdings.com or fax to 310.696.7441.

Mowing Crew Laborers Min. 1yr exp. Shop in Newcastle

405-740-1897

OKLAHOMA COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE - Detention Officers/ Clericals/Dispatchers wanted. Offering stable career opportunities w/ competitive benefits package. Apply online www.oklahomacounty.org/ careers/careerlisting.asp 713-2040 POLICE CHIEF: City of Nicoma Park (Pop. 2,393) accepting applications Police Chief. CLEET Certified, 10+ yrs experience in law enforcement. Mgmt., budgeting and communication experience required. Collective bargaining experience preferred. Send letter with resume to City Clerk, PO Box 250, Nicoma Park OK 73066. EOE. More information at www.nicomapark.net. SECURITAS SECURITY IS HIRING Come Join our Securitas Team! Competitive wages. Weekend openings/ FT/PT flexiblility is needed. Computer & Written/ Verbal skills req. HS Diploma/ GED Benefits incl: Med/Den/Vis/ Vac pay. Apply online at www.securitasjobs.com EOE M/F/D/V

The City of Newcastle is seeking applications for the position of

POLICE OFFICER until 5:00 p.m. August 31, 2012. Must be at least 21 years of age; requires a high school diploma or GED equivalent and a valid Oklahoma driver’s license. Prefer a full-time CLEET Certification or be able to pass CLEET academy. Excellent benefits. More information is available on the city’s website at

www.cityofnewcastleok.com To apply, submit a Police Application to City of Newcastle Human Resources Department, 422 South Main Street, P. O. Box 179, Newcastle, OK 73065. Applications may be printed from City website or picked up at City Hall. City of Newcastle is an EOE.

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»»» »»» LEGAL SECRETARY FT Small bankruptcy law office needs FCC/Assistant, paralegal for Chapter 7 & 13 filings. $10$16/hr. depending on exp. Send resume: kelsie.witt@coxinet.net

CNC MACHINISTS BEAT THE HEAT! CMP CORPORATION IS AIR CONDITIONED AND WE ARE HIRING FOR DAY SHIFT! Must have at least 7 years exp. w/ setup and run on CNC LATHE. Must have exp. with FANUC controls and be able to read blueprints. G & M code programming required. Come work in a clean, climate controlled facility. OT and 1st or 2nd shift available. Great $$$ and benefits plus signing bonus! Email resume‘ to hr@cmpcorp.com or fax 405-672-4547 today! EOE LOOKHERE!!!! MFG NEEDS MIG WELDERS/ FITTERS & LABORERS. VOTECH GRADS WELCOME. NO CERTIFICATION. APPLY AT 9900 NW 10TH ST OKC

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.

EVENT CASHIERS Part time. No felonies, must be 18 and able to work any days. $8.00-$8.50/hr. Apply in parking garage underneath Cox Convention Center Downtown. 405-297-2543 Recreational Pre-School Team Coaches & Receptionist Morning & After School Hours. $8.50-$12/hr. Star Gymnastics Edmond 340-7827

Work From Home for a Local Charity. Great for homebound individuals with disabilities wanting supplemental income. Mon-Fri evening hours. No selling involved. Must have home phone. Call 225-8003 EOE

FIRE CHIEF The Town of Skiatook is accepting applications for the position of FIRE CHIEF. Skiatook is one of northeastern Oklahoma's fastest growing and most diverse communities, offering a full range of essential municipal and recreation services, including an Army Corps of Engineers Lake and associated recreational activities. Responsibilities will include: Supervise and direct the Fire Department and Emergency Medical Service consisting of 17 full-time Firefighter/EMTs, of which includes 2 administrative positions, and 25 volunteer firefighters. Bachelors or Associates Degree in Fire Science, Public Safety Administration or a related field preferred. Applicant shall have at least five years experience in a supervisory position with a combination fire service, including fire supervision, fire investigations, EMS, budgeting, planning, disaster preparedness, personnel administration, labor relations, community relations and preferably have EMT-Intermediate status. Pre-employment drug screen required. Submit resumes, including salary history, salary requirements, and five work-related references (with phone numbers) to: Town of Skiatook, 110 N. Broadway, P O Box 399, Skiatook, OK 74070. EOE.

LICENSED Loan Orginators Wanted.

ANN'S CHICKEN FRY HOUSE 4106 NW 39th, Now accepting applications for Eve. Cooks & Cashier. Apply 9a-11a Tue-Sat Carson’s Food Management at Rose State College in the student center is hiring

ALL POSITIONS Please contact: Ronetta

405-408-0419 Chef Peter 405-615-8238 Monday-Fridays 8am-2pm. COOKS full & part time. Experience preferred. Apply in person at 12525 N. Penn or fax resume to 755-4579. Excellent pay & benefits. Experienced Cooks, Servers, and Buffet Attendants Needed immediately. Apply in Person at 5816 NW 63. NO PHONE CALLS!!! PAPA JOHN'S PIZZA - NORMAN NOW HIRING ALL POSITIONS AT BOTH LOCATIONS. APPLY IN PERSON. Restaurant Managers For rapidly growing company. Advancement opportunity. Email resume to: bwwjosh@yahoo.com

Floor Project Crew Needed Seeking strip and wax crew to work in large retail stores. Must be experienced with scrubbers and buffers and able to run machinery. Please call Maggie Hayes 478-737-1153

Aggressive commission, quarterly and yearly bonuses available. Contact Jason at 405-841-7700.

RESIDENTIAL PROJECT MANAGER Premier South OKC home building co. seeks Project Manager. 2+ years residential field, estimating & supervision experience required. Salary plus bonus. Self starter, excellent computer skills & communications. Fax resume with work exp. Attn: Kim Hume, 405-691-2572.

APT MGR needed for Property in Mustang and El Reno. Applicant must have strong organizational and management skills with the ability to work independently. 40 hours/wk. Hourly & Benefits. Ref: GRP Fax resume: 405.376.6603 Or email: mhiebert@ wilhoitproperties.com Assistant Property Manager w/tax credit exp. needed for multifamily property in OKC. Please send resume to careers@jrkpropholdings.com or fax to 310.696.7441. Immediate opening for energetic and self motivatd invididual to Manage NW Apt. Community. Excellent starting salary & working conditions. Must have computer skills. Fax resume to Diane 405-787-3569 or email dianem2@flash.net

FORT THUNDER HARLEY DAVIDSON EZ No Close Sales » LIVE THE DREAM » Hourly + bonus. FT/PT avail Call Darrin or Will 405-793-8877

OIL STATES PIPER VALVE

Project Specialist Provide professional Domestic and International Quotations and follow through with tracking of orders after award. Strong Domestic & International Quotations exp pref. Oil and Gas Valve exp a pref. Project Management exp a plus. Mechanical Engineering exp pref. MS Office Competitive wages, excellent benefits, Bonus program. Apply: humanresources@pipervalve.com

Fax 671-2015 1020 E Grand Blvd OKC, OK 73129

Professional Sales Person wanted. Full time sales position. Apply in person: Bedford Camera, 3110 N. May. Bring resume & ask for Eric. 405-943-1047

Cable TV Installer Installation Professional If you are looking for more than just a job, don't miss this opportunity to join a championship team. We are a stable, fast growing Cable TV installation company willing to develop your skills to become one of the best. Insured truck/Van reqd. Benefits Available 1-888-551-7208 Mon-Fri from 8-4 Carpenter Prod. pos. with wood prod. mfg. Min. three years RECENT exp. in a wood related prod. job required, such as a cabinet shop or trim carpenter. 40hr week. Salary DOE. Bonus, Paid Health, Dental, Vac., Holidays and Sick time. Apply in Person 9-2 only M-F , The Beam Store 7637 Nw 3rd St, OKC, OK 73127, located between Rockwell and Council. 405-495-1299

CARPENTERS FRAME AND CORNICE Quality work only. Nichols Hills 405-640-3100

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. Commercial Electricians Journeymen and Apprentices 40 hr week, health, dental, vacation pay & 401k. Drug screen test. »»» 405-359-9190 »»»

CONCRETE FOREMAN Paving company in need of an experienced foreman. We offer competitive salary, vacation, health/life insurance. Apply at 10200 NW 10th or call 405-577-2944. DISMANTLER/PARTS PULLER M-F 8-5:30. Must have experience and tools. Ruppert's Pickup Parts 405-799-9451 Electrical Contractor Seeking experienced commercial

Job Superintendent, Journeymen & Apprentices in OKC . Health benefits, 401k, paid vacation & holidays. Apply in person @

1 NW 132nd OKC

Sales Help Needed! Due to the recent storms, local roofing company cannot keep up with demand. Looking for part time or full time sales help. $100K potential. Call 405-4555300 for an interview or email actionroofingokc@yahoo.com

ELECTRICIAN Oklahoma licensed Journeyman with industrial & commercial experience. Move to western Okla. 580-225-2447 or fax 580-243-0020

CABINET MAKERS Needed with 10+ yrs exper Please apply 125 NE 38th Terr, OKC, 73105. Mon-Fri 8am-1pm

To install & svc gated entry systems, access control, CCTV & networks. Good pay & benefits. Call 670-4897 or fax resume to 670-9122.

Electronic Gate Tech


Generator Techs Due to continued growth, Central Power has immediate openings for Generator Techs at Wichita, KS and Woodward, OK. Applicants must have diesel engine experience and transfer switch knowledge. We offer a strong base wage and a full benefit package (including FREE MEDICAL & LIFE insurance) and PAID RELOCATION depending on experience and skill set. Fax a cover letter and resume to 816-781-4518 or e-mail it to jobs@cpower.com EOE HVAC APPRENTICES 2 positions on install crew. Experience beneficial. Good pay & benefits. EJ's Heating & Air 405-634-3082

HVAC Commercial Installer Journeyman 3-5 years experience. Positive attitude and excellent customer service skills. Good pay/benefits. Must pass drug test/background check. Email resume or apply to:

Info@AircoService.com 1107 Cornell Parkway, OKC.

HYDRAULICS TECH Growing local company looking for hydraulics technicians who can read hydraulic schematics, build and assemble power units and wants to work in a team environment. We offer competitive wages and extensive benefits including boot and tool assistance, 401K, medical and dental. Apply at: Reel Power International 6408 S. Eastern Ave, or fax your resume to Rick Cambell (405) 672-7200 »»»» »»»» »»»» Journeyman Gutter Hanger, Top pay and can keep scrap. Call 818-2019

LEAD GLAZIER Experience Required. Competitive Pay. Good Benefits. 405-573-7655 Binswanger Contract Glazing Division. Fax or email your resume to 405-364-3473. dmarshall@binswangerglass.com Lineman MEC is looking to hire overhead distibution crews for power line construction. Immediate openings, all positions. (405) 329-0300

MACHINIST

Maintenance Technician 15+ years general maintenance experience, along with some commercial refrigeration experience. Must be knowledgeable of all building maintenance.....a "Jack of all trades." Requires good written and oral communication skills, and valid driver's license. Should be selfdriven and able to work long hard hours. We offer excellent pay and benefits with opportunity for growth. Send resume to pgraham@okcgcc.com or you may apply in person Tue-Fri. Enter through the side entrance of the club. OKC Golf & Country Club, 7000 NW Grand Blvd, OKC. EOE

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

ddurbin@qbjohnson.com fax 405-672-2701

Machinist Growing local company looking for Manual and CNC Machinist who can read blue prints. We offer competitive wages and extensive benefits, including boot and tool assistance, 401K, medical and dental. Apply at Reel Power International 6408 S. Eastern Ave, or fax your resume to Rick Cambell (405) 672-7200

Must have: ClassB CDL w/school bus & passenger endorsement + 5 years driving experience. Call Transp. Dir. Tonda Russell 405-475-6419 or 405-227-8986

WELDER/FABRICATOR

BUS OPERATORS $13.89 per hour

Growing local company looking for qualified fabricators who can read blue prints. We offer competitive wages and extensive benefits, including boot and tool assistance, 401K, medical and dental. Apply at: Reel Power International 6408 South Eastern Ave or fax your resume to Rick Campbell (405) 672-7200, WELDERS/FITTERS Mig/Tig Experience Req. Job Shop Fabrication. Good Benefits/Pay. OKC Area. 405-745-2126

MAKE READY PERSON

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

M-F 8-5 $7.25 per hour. Inquire 5820 S.Villa No Phone Calls.

OIL STATES- PIPER VALVE World-ClassValve Manufacturer Seeks motivated individuals to join the Oil States- Piper Valve team & assume responsibilities in the climate controlled manufacturing plant in the following positions:

CNC MACHINIST ASSEMBLY PERSONNEL QUALITY INSPECTOR INVENTORY SPECIALIST SENIOR ACCOUNTANT PROJECT SPECIALIST

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

ddurbin@qbjohnson.com fax 405-672-2701 WELDING INSPECTOR 6 mos–5 yrs welding inspection on piping and pressure vessels. CWI, CAWI, ASME VT or NDE Certifications a plus. OK Certified Welders or Pipe Fitters encouraged to apply! www.cimarron.com

Please join us at our

Hiring Event Monday, August 20, 9am-Noon at Southside Workforce Center 4509 S I-35 Svc Rd 405-670-9100 Painter/Taper, commercial experienced only need apply. Wage is DOE. Ability to pass drug screen, ability to paint & tape a plus. Fax resume/refs to: 405-386-3553 or call 816-4686

Project Superintendent Must have experience in Concrete, Utilities and dirt work send resume to: 405-279-4523

QC INSPECTOR Machine shop needs Inspector. Must have minimum 5 years experience. Prefer someone with CMM experience. Apply at 535 SE 82nd St between 1-4 PM. Quality Painting & Drywall seeking PAINTER with experience for residential work. Call 314-9723 Residential cabinet Shop Now Hiring Production Workers. All Positions. Pay based on experience. Come by 220 S Alliance Court, OKC, 73128 to apply Spray Tech PT. Retiree OK. Need ODAFF Lic. or pass test. Pest control exp. pref. Clean MVR. 2-3 days/wk $250-$300/wk. 417-2261

BUS DRIVER Seeworth Academy

W. L. McNatt & Co. seeking an exp'd. comm. super. w/exp. in running $4 million+ projects. Insurance & 401K. Send resume to: 217 E. Sheridan, OKC 73104. Fax: 405-232-7259

Maintenance Position For commercial properties. HVAC experience required. Great Benefits! Fax resume to 605-0850 or fill out application at 825 N. Broadway Ave., Suite 300.

$ TOP PAY $ For CNC Mill, Manual Lathes & mills. 3 years exp. reqd. Must be able to set up, program & have own tools. Apply Fax or email:

SUPERINTENDENT

Central Oklahoma Transportation and Parking Authority is accepting applications for Bus Operators; starting with 27 to 32 hours per week with the option for full-time work. Requirements include; Current Oklahoma Driver's License, excellent driving record and ability to work varied work schedules. Commercial Driver's License, Class "B" permit with “P” endorsement must be obtained prior to employment. Interested applicants may also obtain applications online at gometro.org. Please submit applications to the location listed below: Metro Transit 2000 S. May Oklahoma City, OK 73108 Applications accepted from 8:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. EOE M/F/V/H

Townhouse - 4/2.5/2 offers Rockwell / NW Expwy. remodeled, 414-8854

Special Disributon Tulsa LLC » Has local routes in OKC »

CLASS A CDL DRIVERS Local Routes 3 to 5 stops a day *HOME WITH FAMILY NIGHTLY!* HOME WEEKENDS *AVERAGE PAY $45K ANNUALLY Paid Weekly Paid Holidays & Vacation. Call Al Diaz 713-725-1007 or fax 281-560-2209 adiaz@speciallogistics.com

OWNER FINANCING $2000 down 4010 Pearl Way 3/1 $54,000 No Credit Ck ‘ 596-4599 ‘

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TIRED OF OTR This job is for you. Home every day. Working nights M-F. Need doubles endorsement. Call 405-812-5928

TRUCK DRIVER Local depart. store needs honest & dependable driver. Must be at least 18. Must have an OK driver's license & clean driving record. Bring a current MVR. Apply in person: 10am-2pm 4625 NW 23rd Oklahoma City, OK

4/1.5 brk ch&a new roof/windows 1305 McDonald Dr $50K 205-6500 1710 N Douglas 3bd 1ba .4A Nice 417-2176. www.homesofokcinc.com

711 E. Pointe Court Lane 3bd, 2ba, 2car CH&A 1600sq ft. MOL No Smoking $1,150/mo + $900dep, 405-262-0179

Canary Wellhead is looking for CDL “A” Drivers. Flatbed, benefits & hourly pay. Clean driving record & drug screen. 2 yrs min driving exp. Apply in person 1820 S. Missouri Ave.

New Inside 3bd/1bth, 1250sf, 1/3 acr, 2cr gar, $88k obo. 316-708-0238

Class A CDL Driver Needed for Const. Co. Good driving record is a must, flatbed & heavy hauling exp a plus, three years exp pref. Home most nights, Excellent pay and benefits. Apply in person. 817 SE 55th St., OKC, OK 73129

HSE 4 SALE. 3bd, 3bth, 2674sq ft, office, granite. Call 405-613-5284

CLASS A CDL DRIVER $4800 SIGN-ON BONUS FOR QUALIFIED DRIVERS! We are a local fuel transport company looking for professional part & full time drivers in the Oklahoma City area. Requirements are a Class A CDL with Tanker & Hazmat endorsements. You must be at least 25 years old with a clean driving record & have 3 years or 200,000 miles of driving experience. 6 months experience pulling a fuel tanker preferred. Check out the following benefits you can have: ß Potential for $70,000 plus a year ß 4 or 5-day work week (12-hour days) ß Health care program ß 401K with 50% match ß Great equipment ß Uniforms ß Bonus incentives ß Sick pay ß Vacation pay ß Opportunity for advancement To apply, please call 405-824-8729, M-F, 10AM-3PM BCM OK, Schwarz Ready Mix MIXER DRIVERS $15-$16/hr DOE Benefits immediately-401k Apply in person w/MVR & A-B CDL. ¡ 1400 S. Holly Ave, Yukon. ¡ 405-354-8824

Flatbed or Roll off experience helpful. 405-239-7144 DELIVERY DRIVER needed for deliveries in and around the OKC area. CDL Class A license needed. Must have clean driving record. 401K and health insurance avail. Apply 9a-4p M-F, at Southwest Paper 2727 W. Reno, OKC. EOE/AA. DUMP TRUCK DRIVER FT & PT - Class A CDL. 2 Years Experience. Good Driving Record. Shop located in Cashion, OK. Please call 405-613-5988.

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 41.89 ac MOL great bld site, city water avail. Piedmont schls $139,900. Carmen 833-0106 Cleaton & Assoc 373-2494 PIEDMONT OPEN SUN 2-5 Model home. New hms on 1/2 ac lots. From NW Expwy & Sara Rd go 4.5 mi N Cleaton & Assoc 373-2494 House & lg shop TERMS 4bd, 2ba, lg. on 1N to 3O A NE of Harrah Milburn o/a 275-1695 www.paulmilburnacreages.com Call for Maps! See why we sell more acreages than anyone in Okla. E of OKC. o/a 275-1695

Amazing 3/3/2 1951sf near Lake Hefner $134,900 Tour http://bit.ly/PFq36N or Call Flat Iron Realty 590.6563 OWNER FINANCING $2000 down 2135 NW 34th 2/1 $47,000 No Credit Ck ‘ 596-4599 ‘ OPEN 2-4, 4101 NW 44th, 2/2/2, reduced to $139,500, Bateman Co

6100 Cox Ave completely remodeled 3bd starter home, fresh paint, new carpet, roof & vinyl siding, located on large corner lot, only $31,850 Fidelity RE 410-4200

Open House 2-4, Moore Schools, 11817 Cedar Valley Terr., 3/2/2, NM Realty, 613-9739.


REDUCED 3/2/3 + off on 5 ac MOL approx 2320' storm shelt $219,900 NEW 3/2.5/3 approx 2122' on 1/2 ac MOL $214,000 Carmen 833-0106 Cleaton & Assoc 373-2494

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

SPENCER, 9116 NE 46TH ST, 2-4 3 bed, 1.5 bath, 2 living, fp, motivated seller, 615-0785.

Newly Remodeled 1&2bd No deposit for VA, seniors & Disability. 4708 SE 44th 677-2200

SE OKLAHOMA NEAR OUACHITA NATIONAL FOREST Historic Beavers Bend State Park, Broken Bow Lake & acres of Pine forest. Spend your days on the lake fly fishing, hiking, golfing, biking, horseback riding & kayaking. Little Lake Cabin Photo#205 First State Bank Valliant, OK Mike at 580-933-4201 Member FDIC & Equal Housing Lender. Photos & info at: www.foxruncabin.com

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

2642 NW 66 3/2/2 $1295 3513 Kentucky 3/1.5/1 $850 11320 Eagle 3/2/2 $1195 2805 Kerry Ln 3/2/2 $1195 12305 Cedar Springs 2/2.5/2 $975 Express Realty 844-6101 www.expressrealtyok.com 3410 Cameron Court, 2/2/1 all appl $725 DPLX no pets JW Rlty 755-2510 LEASE PURCHASE Totally redone ,4bd/2bath/2car, $1150 month, 308-9291. 121 NW 17th 3bd, 1.5ba, a/c, fncd yard $650mo, $650dep 524-0887

8005 NW 8th Unit 272 Thousand Oaks 1bd condo, fridge, stove, washer/dryer, ch/a $525 Fidelity RE 410-4200

Restaurant & Convenient Store LAKE TENKILLER 918-261-5932

2, 3 & 4 bd House/Apt, All elec. W/D Hook-up. Sec 8 Ok 235-4328

2601 SE 51, 3/1K /2, ch&a, no 8/ pets, refs $725 may sell 740-6072

3/2.5/2 NICE!!! 9909 Mashburn Blvd. $900, 412-8540, No Sec 8

Working production machine shop with CNC lathes, machining centers, saws, manual lathes & mills + building & real estate. Marlow area ¡ 405-990-9589 » Cafe for sale NW OKC. Pizza restaurant for sale SW OKC. For inquiries » » 405-210-8449 MOBILE HOME 3 BR 2 BA, 28/60. Screened porch. $20,500. 405-488-4878 THE BEST MOBILE HOME 2400 S. MacArthur Bvd. #12, OKC renewed to better than new 2 large portable bldgs, 22X8 covered porch 2bed, 2ba, 1280 1FP, 1-story Mobile Home, 1986 standard electric, central A/C, city sewer, community pool, $19,500 Jerry Dawson 405-924-4851/405-862-8879 jerrydawson@att.net Special Gov't Program! Own Land/Family land ZERO DOWN! New and Repo homes avail. E-Z qualify by phone. Top dollar for your TRADE in. $2,000 furn allowance with purchase. WAC 405-631-7600 405-834-8814 Cash 4 Clunkers! Guaranteed $5,000 for any trade towards down pymt of new home WAC 405-631-7600 405-834-8814 SOLITAIRE 16x64, 2bd, 2ba, shingled, comp. siding, carport. Extremely clean. 405-609-7070 Abandoned D/W Repo set up on 5 Acres!! Ready to move in. Free phone application 405-631-7600

Convenience Store in Wilson, OK, Hwy 70. Gas, cafe & Deli, 290,000 580-668-2466 or 580-465-3308

Nice 1 bd, 2 din, appls, w/d hkup, 2419 NW 12th, $470, 301-5979. MOVE IN NOW! Pd. water/garbage Quiet. Try Plaza East • 341-4813 425 SW 33rd. Large 1bd, utlty rm, appls, AC, prvt dr, no pets, $450 mo, $250dep, water pd. 650-0963 3bd apt. available Sec 8, 794-0201 1200 NW 10th St, Moore Schools

Bills Paid Efficiency Apt. $350 Rent + Elec. 2008K NE 16th Terr. 474-1904

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

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

3928 E Reno $1950mo house & lg 1500sf whse 601-5905 235-5028

PARKLANE

721-5455

$99 Special

3/2/1 brk kit appls year lease Clean avail now $700+ deps 454-2314 or 664-3751

Valencia Apts

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

2221 N. Meridian 946-6548

4.33 ac 17 W of Ardmore, Hwy 70, sub road. 4 rent houses & older metal bldg $190,000; 2 lots in Wilson, 1-$4000, 1-$2500. Lv msg 580-668-2466 580-468-3308

Large 2bd Special

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

16925 Valley Crest 3/2/2 $1195 1321 Pennington 2/2/1 $725 413 Clermont 3/2/2 $1150 1508 NW 179 Tr 3/2/2 $1395 22655 Stherly Farm 3/2.5/5 $2395 Express Realty 844-6101 www.expressrealtyok.com

8100 N. MacArthur Blvd 1 & 2 BD & Townhouses •City bus route/Shopping •Washer/Dryer hookups

2bd 2ba 1car, vault ceil, fans, Extra Nice! no pets. $625 354-7413 or 642-3847 $549 Casady 751-8088

1 mi E of Tinker, 3b 1b 2c, ch&a, $575+$400dep No pets 732-4351

951 NW 2nd sharp 3/1.5/1 fenced yard $775 Harris RE 410-4300

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

Maytag washer & dryer, bought new, excellent condition, must sell, $500 for both. 996-0792 Gas stove $100, SXS refridge white ice/water $150, 618-6452 Washer & Dryer Set Super Cap. Tub, Like New $280»» 248-4070

4/2/2, 1800sqft, pool, 905 Exter Circle, $1275 mo, $1275 dep. Mustang schl, avail 9/1, 265-0205

2 & 3 bed mobile homes, far NE OKC, near Jones, 733-8688. Rent to Own: Nice 2 & 3bed MWC $350 & up 390-9777

PUBLIC AUCTION FRI, AUGUST 17, 2012 9:30AM 201 NO. ROCK ISLAND AVE. EL RENO, OKLAHOMA The Tribune Corporation has moved the Newspaper to a New Location and will Offer the following Real and Personal Property At Public Auction. Lots 4-11 inclusive. Commercial Business District In Downtown El Reno, 9360 sf brick building on Corner Lot. Central H/A, (Zoned) 4 Walk Doors, 2 OH Doors, 4 Restrooms, Alley & Side Access, Office Areas, Shop Area. Built-ins, 220 Three Phase, For Showing Appointment CALL OR LOG ON TO:

redingsauction.com (405) 262-2412

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Brand New 2 Bed 2 Bath 800 N Meridian 946-9506

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

Daryl's Appliance: W&D $75 & up, limited supply!5yr war. refr/stove $125 & up, 1yr war. 405-632-8954

MULTI PROPERTY 2 DAY ABSOLUTE AUCTION

ALL BILLS PAID Nice Pool, Nice Park, Nice People 1/2 Off First Month 405.946.0588 DREXEL ON THE PARK

Purcell 805 Crown Hts Ln. 1100sf 3/2/2 small bk yd no pets or sec 8. $1000+ dep Maria 618-0563

Large 3 bed 2 bath 2 car $775 a month Sec 8 OK, 330-1880

7301 NW 23rd 787-1620

Dreamsicle collection, early 1990s 240 pieces, never opened (possible good ebay seller, double your money), $10,500 or offer, call 282-6635, leave message. Memory Lane Antqs, 115 N. Bell Shawnee »»» 405-275-7765

6809 Lewis Ln. Executive Home. Over 1800 sf. Master suite, jetted tub, 10ft ceilings, 3 car garage, country setting, convenient to S. OKC. $1300mo ¡ 550-9097

$200 off 1200 sq ft, 86th and South Penn $12.50 a sq ft + utilities 826-9181

2332 SW 49th Clean 3bd 2 living areas new carpet, fresh paint, only $650 Harris RE 410-4300

Furnished/Unfurnished Weekly/Monthly 370-1077

2904 SW 44th (Mayridge Shops) 800 sq ft, desk avail, coffee bar, $400 mo, 833-4684 or 843-1709. 1st Mo Rent Selected Units Large Townhomes & Apartments • Washer, Dryers, pools • PC Schools, fireplaces

NEW ON MARKET 3 & 2 BEDS No appliaction fees. Low dep or work for dep. Need Handyperson! 702-9798 or 209-7827

1 bed. All bills paid 946-9506

Great 2 bed, neighbors, price. 2217 NE 19th--405-424-2201

1bed 1bath $350 mo, very clean, stove & fridge 405-887-0228

3bd 1ba, $550 + dep, ch&a, W/D 2233 NE 19th 405-225-6385

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AUCTION Sat., Aug. 18, 9am 4201 E. Foreman, El Reno, OK Owner, Cliff Johnson. Horse drawn wagons 7 buggies, 8N Ford w/loader Stock trail er, shop tools, tack, spurs, lots of antiques & unusual items. For sale flyer see www.techauctionservice.com Gary Tech Auctioneer (405) 893-2710 (405) 833-4407 ARCHITECTURAL SALVAGE AUCTION Aug 11 & 12-9a both days 4307 N Meridian OKC. Antq Reclaimed barn wood furn ind carts tables vintage oil/gas signs USPS Storage Box sorting bins & more! Facebook Architectural Salvage Supply Co for info. 405-789-1909. Preview Fri 3p-7p and Sat 7a-9a.

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

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

ROCK STONE-SEVERAL TONS $1,000 CASH ALL ‘ 585-7245

AUCTION Mantooth-Hardage FARM/ESTATE

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

Impound Auction for L&A Wrecker Service & Quick Wrecker Service, Saturday, Aug 18th, 9 AM, 1315-D 24th Ave SW, Norman, OK. Approx. 41 cars, 21 Pickups & SUVs, 1 boat & motor, 1 motorcycle, Chevy C50 flat bed dump, Dodge 1 ton dump. For information call 405-321-1500

54 inch LG Plasma TV Moving. Must sell before Aug 17. $365 Cash Only Call 228-383-4140

Black Ornamental Fence, 4’x92’’, $81/pnl; 4'x4' ornmntl gate, 3 rail, $105.30; 2540 SW 29, 634-6411.

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

RESTAURANT EQUIP. $35K new, $1500 cash & carry. 405-360-5743

Sat., Aug. 25th, 10 AM 10494 Penn Ave., Lindsay, OK Tractors, Implements, Tools, Guns, Household, Livestock Equip www.branchauction.com 405-627-3920

65" big screen TV with entertainment center $900obo & other household items $300-$400. 405-370-0268

10 Point Saturday Only Yard and Garden, Trellises, Archers, Benches, Patio Tables, Fern Stands and Concrete Statuary 1307 N May, Gardengate 10-5

Automotive shop equipment sale, Port-a-Cool Evaporative Coolers $800-$3000 818-7860 or 823-2917 harristoolinc.com

TapCo Pro 14 siding Brake $550 New Brake Buddy $225 201-9755

Dining room furn., game table & chairs, bedroom furn., Christmas decor, den furn. & China, $50-$500. 405-427-5747

Yamaha keyboard NPV80, NPV60, 71 keys, stand & carrying case $250. 405-424-1312

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

8x8 PORTABLE BUILDING like new, all wood, shingled roof $875. 613-8238

Compaq Laptop, Excellen Condition, $145, ask for KJ, 414-1910.

C&J Sporting Goods Want to buy 8" to 12" by 70 foot corrugated polyethylene or galvanized pipe, reasonably priced, call 282-6635, leave message.

Saturday 7a-6p, 625 NE 16th St. Furniture, clothes, dishes, ladder, exec. desk, kids play & furniture.

Used Rem 700, 30-O6 w/scope, $490; Used Rem 11-87 Premier 12g, 28", 3" $490. Dealer 405-650-1708

(2) 357 4" Magnum mod. 686 SS, grips, 1 for $625 or 2 for $1200 Clean, Good Cond. Tom 292-5873

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

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405-295-2222 405-919-3480

BUYING OU/TX, NOTRE DAME, OSU & OU SEASON TICKETS

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

NEW 12 ga. Franchi Renaissance O/U 26'' $1200 firm. CALL 405-834-6964

Loft bed double over twin, lots of storage $525; twin trundle sleigh bed $175; large TV armoire $450. 405-613-8745 text for pics & info Pub height, dining room table, 2 tone (black & brown), 4 chairs with leaf, like new condition, $375. 806-474-8811

Reloading supplies, bullets 9mm 38, 357, 44, plus 30 cal, dupont powder, CCI primers, $1600 value sell for $600 CASH. 405-722-9031

BUYING OU Season Tickets CASH PAID!! Call or Text

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

All Sports & Concerts » Local & Nationwide»

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500 Acres Ellis County 580-445-6403

Two OU Football Season Tickets Donor seats, Sec. 7 row 52. Includes OU/TX option $4,000. 405-308-9582

Conceal Carry Class $40 Total ¡¡¡ Call 405-818-7904 ¡¡¡

2 OU season tickets. Section 10 row 10, 11 & 12. $1800. or ND $500, OSU $450 . 405-550-1739


(40) 3-5 yr Angus cows calving early fall to Angus bulls, gentle natured, wt 1200 lbs, 642-6156. Bred Cows Calving Now Gentle Excellent condition $1,200 each Please call 405-273-1664 Charolais Bulls, 1-3 years, gentle, 903-814-5008 or 580-657-3888. Firefighting Trailers 500 gallon elliptical tank, DOT approved trailer with surge brakes, 4 hp Honda - Tsurumi pump, manifolds, suction hose, 25' fire hose and nozzle, anti-siphon fill and spray bar. $8,250.00 each. PlasMac, Inc. 3696 U.S. Hwy. 83 Wellington, TX 79095 800-687-0128 roger@plas-mac.com www.firetrucktanks.com

(28) 2yr-5yr Cows, 4 New Babies, $1200 ea. 405-401-9587

5x8, 5x10, 6x12, w/gates; like new 16 foot tandem; $650-$1350 Cash. 670-1850

$$ CASH PAID $$ We Buy Diabetic Test Strips $5 for 50, $10 for 100 Call Johnny 405-795-4551

350 ADORABLE PETS At FREE TO LIVE Near Edmond ALL Dogs & Cats Shts/Neut $60 282-8617 www.freetoliveok.org Airedale 1/2, ? 1/2, 6 Puppies, 7 wks old $45 each 787-1570 ALASKAN MALAMUTE 2M 7wks, S/W Text Pics, Health Guau. $600 CASH. 405-514-2847 American Bullies, Champion bred Razors Edge/Gotti Line $300-$400 ¡ 580-224-0165

Pembroke Welsh Corgi Puppies, pure bred, tri-color, READY, $150. 380-8955 or 380-6996 BOXERS, reg., fancy fawn, $400 will meet, 580-235-5684

Pitbull/Bully UKC Pit Pups $350 405-727-5998

Chihuahua, 4mo, ACA Reg, Ms & Fs, s/w, Beautiful & Healthy $200 Paper trained 306-5492 CHIHUAHUA-CORGI PUPS 7 wks, 4M 2F $50. 609-7482 Chihuahua Cuties, 8 wks EXTRA TINY TEACUPS $250 Cash ¡ 585-7245

Pit Bull 1/2 English Bulldog Puppies, 8wks, s/w, 3M 3F, $300-$500. 405-401-0501. French Papillons AKC reg.! 6 wks . 3 fms Lots of color! S/W. potty trained. More pics available upon request. $750 405-388-4032

LAB PUPPIES AKC, yellow, black, white, s/w, parents exc hunters, $250 »»» 580-841-0841

Chihuahua Long haired 7 wk, male, no papers $200. 405-210-4413

LABRADOODLES CKC Reg. Exc. Pedigree. M&F, All clrs. Ready 8/10. Home raised. UTD S/ W, DC, hlth ck & guar. $500. For pics and info call c:208-569-1200.

Chihuahua Long Hair Pups, first shots $75 ’’’ 405-343-1666

Malte-Poo Pups M/F, Champagne Color $150-$225, 405-761-8423

CHIHUAHUA Puppies 4M/ 3F, 7 & 8 weeks old, no papers, fawn, champagne, white $150-$200. 405-496-8049

Maltese, ACA, 2F, 2M $500-$600 Chmp. Bloodline 627-0419 ok#17

Chihuahuas, Beautiful, Tiny, Teacups, 1 Snow White Male, Extra Tiny, $250 Cash. 808-3520 or 808-3502 Chihuahuas, standard, 3 blue M, 1 tan F, 9wks, $100 ea cash only Chickasha, 405-274-9976

GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPS, AKC 5F, 4M, blk, blk & brown, first shots, wormed, dewclaws removed, parents on site, $425 ••• Call 405-391-2132

Maltese, AKC, 8wks, 1M 1F, home raised, vet chkd, s/w $275ea. 405-620-5228 Maltese, F, Registerable Pups, s/w, $350 cash. 659-9256 MALTESE CKC, 9 wks, 2M $250, 1F $400. 405-527-1555 219-2275

Cocker pups, AKC, 1 buff, 1 white males, POP, $225obo, 308-0006.

Australian Shepherd Minis, Absolutely Adorable, Blue & Red Merle, $250-$500. 580-515-3418

Australian Shepherd Puppies AKC/ASCA DNA sampled $300. 405-650-3431 or blene@att.net Basset Hounds AKC Registered 7 Puppies Born 6/10/12 1M & 1F Tri-colors 3M & 2F Black & Tans www.redrocketbassethounds. com $375. Call Pamela @ 405-376-0290 3 Kittens 6wks 1F/2M, 2F 4mnths, 1F 1yr call 405-408-8414 FREE kittens need good home. 2 Gold, 3 black. 626-4828

Blue Heeler Pups 6wks Working Parents, $100. 405-574-2212 Boston Terrier Puppies, 8 weeks old, AKC, $200ea, 405-656-2442 or 405-570-2702

FREE Kittens and CATS!! All healthy 405-651-5385 Maine Coons 6wks, TICA Reg. Big Fluffy and Beautiful Tabbies!! $125 Call 405-889-1968 PERSIAN KITTEN CFA 9wks s/w $250, litter to come 405-655-9490 Pixie Bob (tailed) & Other Kittens, $25 each Call 413-2798 Siamese Kittens, reg., 8 weeks, 1M, 2F, modern, seal, POP, $250, 405-632-7585 Very loving young female cat needs a good home free 202-1962 Sweet Kittens, Spyd/Neut, Shots, $35. 722-9622 KWCR

Boxer/Lab Mix, 5F born 4/23. Free to good home. ’ 740-4459. Boxer AKC Fawn Male, 3 yrs, NOT Housebroke, Proven $100 405-663-4047 BOXER Puppies, Reg., 9 wks, 1 fawn male; 3 white females; 1 reverse brindle female, s/w/dc/t $350 CASH ONLY ¡ 405-848-5096 BOXER PUPPIES ACA Reg, 8 wks, s/w/t/dc, mircrochpd, vet ckd $250 Will meet 405-612-5008 BOXERS, 6wks, 5M, 3F, s/w/t/dc, flashy reverse brindles, fawn, white ¡ $300 ¡ 405-585-3463

American Bull Terrier, M, white w/ blk spot over right eye, needs good home $300 obo 580-628-3549 or 580-823-2887 Dach-Mini, 2F Piebald, 7 wks ADORABLE $200 405-474-1996

German Shepherd AKC Pups & Adults, Champion Heidelberg's $850 ¡ 918-261-4729

English Bulldog Puppies, ch. bldlines, 2M 4F s/w, vet ckd $1200$1500 361-3529 k-sandsbulldogs.com English Bulldog 1/2 Pit Bull Puppies, 8wks, s/w, 3M 3F, $300-$500. 405-401-0501. English Bulldog Puppies, AKC s/w, M&F, $1000-$1600, Plus Ch. Stud Service, 405-329-0066. ENGLISH BULLDOG PUP - AKC REG 1 female red and white 15weeks old $900 405-408-8443 FREE to good home 5m 4f lrg mixed breed pups 405-545-1010 French Bull Dog Pups Reg. Frenchies 2 males brindle 7 wks old, vet chk'd, wormed and 1st shots $700. 580-713-9023

MALTESE PUPPIES Reg s&w 1yr hlth grtd $325-$375 580-220-5866 pedestalpuppies.com

Pomerians AKC reg., 8wks, brwn, blk & grey, 3M $175ea, 3F $275ea s/w, ’ 405-282-6383/990-0699

German Shepherd AKC Pups 2 litters, 2m 3f, sable, blk & tan, vet ck'd, s/w $450. 405-433-2438

Rottweilers, AKC, pup male, s/w, $450. 816-5746 » 356-9930 Rottweiler Puppies, s/w/t/d, POP no papers, $350 CASH. 525-5621 Rottweilers, German, AKC, 11weeks, $400-$600, 619-0643

GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPS AKC championship import bloodline 1 solid black F 1 solid black M blk & tn 3M & 3F www.gravittgerman shepherds.com $350 (405-6510233 after 4PM weekdays)

SCHNAUZER, MINI & TOY, ACA 5M, all colors, ears dn $400-$500 will be small 627-0419 ¡ ok#17 Schnauzer, Mini, AKC, s/w/e/t, microchip, $250-$300, 503-2272. MALTESE TEACUP -Male Malteses with papers and shots- $850.00 Call or Text 580.606.3054 For Info Malti Poo, $325-$400ea, OK#02, okcpoms.com 405-609-9241

Doberman, white M. puppy, blue eyes, Reg, $350; Min-Pin puppy 1M blk & rust $150; s/t/dc, 405-604-1095 405-823-0390 English Bulldogs Champion Pedigree,AKC,English Bulldogs, 2F,4M, 8 wks, vet ckd. www.youngsenglishbullies.com $1500. 580-504-0023

PIT BULLS GOT 'EM!! 8wks, 1F 3M, S & W. $150. 405-802-8696

Poodle-Toy s/w Female Apricot w/Parti 8wks $300, 405-365-4212

Cocker Spaniel Puppy AKC male. $250. 580-548-6897

Corgi Puppies, AKC reg, 12wks tri-colored, 1M 1F, $300-$400obo 405-396-8444 or 405-229-5411

Pit Bull PUPS 11wks Razor Edge/Gotti Bullies. Sire Out of California Kennel 1M 3F $1,000$1,500. Call 405-802-0090. New video on website oklahomabluethunderbullies.com

POM PUPS, Ready Monday! 6wks ACA, 3 M 2F- 1 extra small, $250$300. (405) 282-1183/476-0896

Cocker Spaniel AKC Male, 4 yrs, NOT Housebroke, Proven $100 405-663-4047

COLLIE AKC PUPS females http://bonnycollie.shutterfly.com 6wks-RareWhites/SableMerle/ BlueMerle $350 405-341-8576

Pit Bullies, UKC Purple Ribbon, 2 females, 5 weeks old, s/w, short, stocky, POP, $450, 637-8708

Schnauzer AKC Minis, 7wks, 5M, Black, T/D, $250 Ask for Karen ’’ 682-2100

Maltipoo, Adorable, ITTY BITTY! $395 Visa/MC 826-4557 Mastiff Pups, AKC, 1st S/W, 3F,12 wks, $350. 474-0675 lv msg GOLDENDOODLE, High Quality, Strong Background, Home Raised, References ¡ $800 obo 306-2878 Golden Retriever, Beautiful, 1M, 6wks, s/w, $250. 405-664-8837

Min Pin, babies, ACA, very small females, chocolate & tan $300; 2 males $200. 570-9134 MIN PINS, ACA, S/W/E/T, M's & F's, micro chipped, $150-$200 OK#04 »» 918-426-5181

Irish Setter Beautiful female registered Irish Setter. Born April 24th. Has had first 3 round of shots. Comes with paers. Please call Tracey (580) 695-4308. $600 Italian Greyhounds 3 AKC Pups. Cuties! Shots $250 405-408-8724 Jack Russell 9 month old tan and white. House trained and needs good home. $150. 512-289-9541

SCHNAUZER MINIs Reg. puppies $325-$350 s/w 1yr hlth guar. »» 580-220-5866 ’’ pedestalpuppies.com

SCHNAUZER MINIATURE AKC Registered 2 Silver Females born 6/6/12. Ears, Dew Claws,Tails done. UTD on Puppy Shots and Worming. $200.00 call 1-580-399-5529 Mixed F, Free, Owner passed, 8 years old, fixed 405-694-8862 MORKIES Beautiful Tiny Puppies guar $300-$400. 405-380-8469

Schnauzers REG 9WKS S/W $200, 405-742-7386

Old English Mastiffs 9 wk Old English Mastiff Puppies AKC, $1,000. 580-458-9194

Sheltie AKC Small Male, 4 yrs, NOT housebroke, Proven $100 405-663-4047


Shih Tzu & mixes, $250-$400ea, OK#02, okcpoms.com 609-9241 Shih Tzu, AKC Pups, s/w, microchipped, $250-$300, 405-503-2272

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

Yorkie, Adorable, ACA, baby girls, $500. 570-9163

RESTAURANT Ready to operate. 7908 N. MacArthur 525-6671

Yorkie-Maltese (Morkie) ITTY BITTY! Adorable $395 Visa/MC 826-4557 Yorkie Puppies, Reg., Ms & Fs 8wks $600-$1,000, 580-819-2541 weatherfordyorkies.com SHIH TZU - CHIHUAHUA MIX Puppies adorable, 5wks old $150 » 580-542-5462

YORKSHIRE TERRIER TEACUP Female AKC 10 months weighs 3 lbs. Very well trained She knows sit, stay, shake, Go to bed, Fetch (she brings it back) Hush, Take a bow & is Completely puppy-pad trained. She loves to play with children (she out-runs them all) $2,500. 405-802-4105

Baby Racoons 2M 2F ¡ $175-$200 (405) 226-5444 or (405) 627-5739

Siberian Huskies, AKC, Champion Bloodline, $500-$700, 412-0561 Terrier Mix Small Male, Less than 10lbs $10. 405-733-1509

Weimaraner Pups

YORKIES, AKC, Golden & Golden Parti $500 S/W/D 405-301-4552 Yorkies, AKC, 5M, 2F, s/w, $250$500, CC or CASH. 405-640-0920 barkerspuppylove.com

2008 Bison 4 horse trailer with living quarters, CH&A, $23,900. 580-924-1261

Westie, AKC, 7 wks, S/W, 2F 1M, $325 -$375 Edm. 824-2880 WESTIE, Male, s/w, Reg., 11 wks $200 Exc. quality 580-571-5064

8yr old, broke Reg. Buckskin 15 hands, $1500 OBO 740-1808

YORKIE, 1M,6 weeks old, small, $300 ’ 681-8377 Yorkie, ACA, Parti 2M $800, 1F $900, 1F blk&tan $400, iluvyorkies.com 405-288-2018

Reg. TWH mares, some in foal. $1500 obo 405-312-1099 YORKIES Puppies Small Cute guar. $200-$375. 918-207-6736

Yard for lease 150x250 w/28x60 building in Arnett 580-445-6403

Silkie/Yorkie running down Harrah/Newalla Road. Call to identify, 306-2878

White Terrier, found in Midwest City, call to id 777-6069/777-6068

Found Village: Med. lrg older dog, white w/brown spots. 749-9878

$99 D I V O R C E 405-474-2375

Older brown female dog, near NW 23rd & Shartel. Call 918-361-9174 BLACK LABRADOR 7yrs, lost Smiling Hills Addition 417-0948

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

Private Home Daycare in Edmond Reasonable rates, 405-627-3212

»» RESIDENTIAL HAULING »» AND CLEANING, 630-5484.

EARLY FIREWOOD SPECIAL Split/seasoned ricks. All wood types start @ $60. OKC/Edmond delivery. Professional company. 413-8996 www.GrowOKC.com

Sunshine Cleaning Svc, clean & org, ins/bond, 793-1630, 625-3930

On-Site PC Maintenance $40 PER HOUR 405-794-0998

STAMP, STAIN, OVERLAYS, DRIVES, ALL TYPES, RES/COM'L, LIC/BONDED, FREE EST 625-3216

Show Stopper Landscapes Lawns ¡ Landscapes ¡ More! Veteran Owned Jeff 206-2520 Flowerbed, yard cleanup, hauling BETTER CUT YARDS 681-6764 All Areas Lawn & Tractor James Gordy ¡ 348-4469

Marvin's all kinds concrete Free est, 885-4059, 605-0180

Pro Paint & Dry Wall 34 yrs Exp. Free Est. 503-3794

Drives, Foundations, Patios. Lic./Bond./Ins. Free Est. 769-3094

Experienced Painter. Quality work at a fair price. 882-4762

Drives, Foundations, Patios. Lic./Bond./Ins. Free Est. 769-3094

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

F yellow/tan Shar Pei mix, lost 7/30, 721-9688 »» REWARD»»

1 HF Green Wing Macaw Baby $895; 2 HF Severe Macaw Babies $395 - CASH ¡ 580-320-3802

Lion Heads, New Zealands, Fryers Rabbits $15-$30 405- 348-7590

We HAUL & CLEAN it All - BIG or Small/Rental Cleanouts 409-3681

All types, com'l & residential, ins, 314-5344, www.marcreteok.com

2 SMALL DONKEYS $300 OR BEST OFFER. 794-4123

English Bulldog Puppy,1F&1M10weeks old,shots current,good family pet for adoption AKC Registered 0000 richardfowler276@gmail.com or (405) 692-9312

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

3 rooms steam cleaned, we do tile too! truck mnt $35 406-5739

Mixed Dachshund Puppy, approx. 3-4 mos, near 12th St. 505-6463

2M, 1F. ACA Reg. T/D/S/W $500 (405) 227-7448

REPAIR & NEW FENCES 36 years experience, 631-1925.

HOME IMPROVE. Repair. Remodel. Roofing. Free Est. 410-2495.

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

Found Min Pin on Northwest Expressway. Call to identify & claim, 405-482-3493. 195 Bermuda square bales, horse quality, $6.50ea. 405-331-9192

A/C & Appliance Service, 25 years exper, $40 service call, 371-3049.

Former daycare w/yard for rent. 1128 NE 36. 525-6671

Sib.husky & Wolfhybrid pups discount! $250-$700 405-796-0899 lv msg debbiesdreamsiberians.com Siberian Husky Pups, AKC, www.skylimitranch.com $400-$600, 580-504-7115

AIRE-MEN 1st lb Freon Free $59 S.C. A+ BBB accredited Co. lic. #76029 Call 610-2720

Page510.com Drinking Problem? Perhaps Alcoholics Anonymous can help. Daily 5:10 AM meetings Open to the Public. 3200 N Rockwell Ave in NW OKC. (405) 431-8131

Big on Construction, Easy on Your Pocket. Give us a call, We can do it all! ¡ Lic./Ins. ¡ 410-9320 IVAN'S DO ALL! Remodeling painting & MORE! 405-204-7648

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

Rose Electric LLC Service calls #87915 405-703-4556 SHARPE'S ELECTRIC & Heat & Air OKC 341-8488 RAY'S ELECTRIC »»» 820-7466 »»»

Zax's Plumbing & Sewer Complete sewer & drain cleaning plbg repair lic/bond/ins 409-7118

Ceiling 2 Floorz ‚ Roofing & Remodeling ‚ All Types Of Flooring Insured, 412-0924. CARPENTER, DRYWALL AND MORE. 408-7513

RC Roofing Solutions inc. Locally Owned, Free Est, and guaranteed work! 405-310-6515

Leaky Showers, Tubs & Tile Floors, 33yrs, Free est. 728-0545

All Professional Tree Service. Senior Discount. 50 mile radius. 885-2572 L & R Tree Service, Low Prices, Insured, Free Estimate, 946-3369.

D&G FENCE-all types Repair spec. Guar lowest pr. Free est.431-0955

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

Fences Built & Repaired, Home Repairs & Lawn Care ¡ 473-1700

Rick's Tree Service, comm'l, res, NW OKC/Edmond, lic, 315-5629.



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