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ovie reviewers approach the weeks between Thanksgiving and Christmas with a mixture of anticipation and utter dread, and not because of the normal human reasons such as Black Friday and family gatherings. This is our busiest time, the five weeks in which more movies with award season potential pack their way into theaters than at any other time of year. This means we’re making our lists and checking them twice as we pull together our Top 10 lists for 2012. Yeah, I know: part of my job is to watch movies. I get it. In fact, I get it pretty frequently at free movie previews when I’m sitting in the press row and I hear this bit of nastiness from behind: “Must be nice to watch movies for a living.” We live in a culture of complaint — it seems like one half of the population is lying in wait to blast the other half on Twitter. I’m used to it by now. And I just lump it. Thing is, most who attend those screenings don’t have to go home and essentially write a five-page term paper on the movie they loved, hated or something in between. In this issue’s Holiday Movie Preview, which begins on page 20, you will read about two dozen movies that will open in the next several weeks, and we’re watch- BY GEORGE LANG ing them all in our little end-of-the-year LOOKATOKC EDITOR cram sessions. But for most critics, we GLANG@OPUBCO.COM BLOG.NEWSOK.COM/ are also playing catch-up with everySTATICBLOG thing else that came out this year. Our DVD and Blu-ray players are running hot from overuse as we plow through all the foreign films, documentaries and micro-budgeted independent films of 2012. Just this week, I received a block of 12 such films from Oscilloscope Laboratories, the independent distribution company founded by the late Adam Yauch. R.I.P. MCA — you’ll be missed in ways many people don’t even realize. This year, I am president of the Oklahoma Film Critics Circle, and we will be compiling our lists of the Best Films of 2012 and presenting the results just before the final shopping day of Christmas, which means you can use our list as a clip-and-save list for last-minute home video gifts. I will list our results in these pages at the end of the year. In the meantime, be kind to your local film reviewers. They aren’t sleeping much these days.


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Give the gift of local music this holiday season

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his year, be thankful for music. I encourage you to take a friend or family member who is in town for the holidays out to a live, local show in Oklahoma City — it is a great way to give thanks to the efforts of our great live bands.

» Nov. 21: The Wilds (Saturday Sirens) with Jumpship Astronaut at Belle Isle Brewery. The

boys from Saturday Sirens left Oklahoma in the spring, one by one, to take work in Ohio. They are having a very special homecoming show at Belle Isle Brewery the night before Thanksgiving. The Sirens were one of the very first bands that I worked with, and I am beyond excited to know that Seth Anderson, Brandon Sowle, Logan Smith and Caleb Abbott have remained together and are pushing out their sophomore album. As The Wilds, this band brings a heavier beat and a clear horizon. “We just wanted a fresh start,” said Anderson. They may be in for a fresh start, but big Saturday Sirens fans are anxious to take the plunge into the new album, regardless of band name. Get more information about the concert here: » Nov. 23: Black Friday with Montu at Kamps. Rock off those Thanksgiving calo-

ries Friday and shake the stress of shopping with Norman band Montu and their supercharged rock ‘n’ roll sound. They are becoming a

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The Wilds (Saturday Sirens) are coming back to Oklahoma for a show with Jumpship Astronaut. Photo provided.

quick favorite of locals, so expect high energy lights and relief as we go swinging into the holidays. » Nov. 24: Moon with Junebug Spade at the Hilo. Lights, smoke, action. Cram into the Hilo

this weekend and see two raging bands tear it up the day after Black Friday. These bands are perfect for keeping your party momentum up if you’re having trouble getting out of the house on Saturday. Junebug Spade is like a tall glass of happiness — you’ll leave wanting more. Check out the OKC rock quartet here:

All about music and the shows you should see, and shouldn’t see around Oklahoma.

» Nov. 30: DEERPEOPLE with Matthew and the Arrogant Sea at Opolis. This is a must-see

for Norman. Stillwater natives DEERPEOPLE continue to be one of the area’s most entertain-

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ing bands, and pop band Matthew and The Arrogant Sea will be visiting from Denton. » Dec. 1: The Chloes Vinyl Release Party at Kamps featuring The Venditos and Skating Polly. The Chloes is an all-woman rock band out

of Dallas that already has stolen the hearts of fans from OKC prior to their first record release. The band is putting on a special show for Oklahoma fans with the launch of its first full-alength vinyl release, “Vanish.” The support of The Venditos and Skating Polly can be seen in the band’s trek from OKC to Dallas, and it is love all around. The Venditos are coming out for this one, you can catch Skating Polly on the way to the top. Get there early; these are sure ingredients for a solid show. Preview The Chloes here:


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True confessions of an unlikely Taylor Swift fan

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lot of people do things in college that they later regret but for me, listening to Taylor Swift wasn’t one of them. I spent the summers of 2008 and 2009 shepherding middle and high school-aged kiddos around at a camp whose leadership was extremely pro-teen pop. Swift’s “Fearless” came out between those golden summers, so the staff was exposed to regular doses of her earliest and most saccharine hits. Silliness and enthusiasm being valued traits in our little summertime world (and pop music in general), I sorta kinda wound up with a small crush on the country-pop superstar. As a schmaltzy soundtrack to the traditional teenage summer camp experience, Swift’s first two records —especially 2008’s “Fearless,” with its idyllic love stories and coming-of-age drama— are perfectly superintended. The combination’s so potent that even four years later, I can’t think about that time in my life without her studio-engineered pitch suddenly inundating my memory. The inverse also holds true: Anytime a Swift song takes over a radio, it’s like I’m suddenly trapped in an echo chamber of carefree youth. Is it a little embarrassing that I can’t listen to a song called “Fifteen” that’s marketed at teenage girls without turning sentimental? Absolutely. So with her new album “Red” out —the biggest

MATT CARNEY All about creating a deeper relationship with music.

first-week seller in a decade at 1.2 million copies — I scooped it off the shelf at my neighborhood Wal-Mart and listened, hoping that at the mature, no-nonsense age of 24, I could somehow restore what remained of my dignity by disliking it. But this poor attempt at self-administered conversion therapy would prove a complete failure, as “Red” appealed to the part of my brain that values distinct narrative songwriting just about as much as that embarrassing part where the blueprints for my monument to Miley Cyrus’s “Party in the U.S.A.” are stored. So here goes my case for why you should cast aside any social taboos and listen to Taylor Swift, particularly “Red,” her fourth and most literate album. For starters, she’s growing up. This isn’t to say that she’s the new Joni Mitchell —or that you won’t be seeing any more “The Definitive Guide to Taylor Swift’s Former Boyfriends” galleries on Huffington Post— but her narratives are starting to bloom with more beautiful, nuanced poetry. The subjects of her love songs aren’t Prince Charmings anymore; they’re real and they’re messy. “So you were never a saint, and I’ve loved in shades of wrong/ We learn to live with the pain, mosaic broken hearts” is the third verse on “Red”’s opener, “State of Grace,” and it caught me by surprise. Sure you can get subtle female songwriting about romance elsewhere —Laura Gibson and Angel Olsen put out two wonderful records fitting that bill this year — but you’d be hard— pressed to find it in the modern pop landscape. And speaking of which, you don’t move the most albums in a debut week since “The Eminem Show” without exemplifying the current state of commercially popular music. Put short, “Red” cranks out the hits. “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together,” “22,” and “I Knew You Were Trouble” stand out in particular, benefitting from the hired-gun songwriting aid of two of the moment’s biggest names: Max Martin and Shellback. The

If you’ve casted Taylor Swift’s songs and albums aside, listen to her latest album. Her sound is growing up. Photo provided.

Swedish duo’s influence is most obvious in “Trouble,” which actually possesses something of a dubstep drop. Otherwise, Swift and executive producers Jeff Bhasker (who’s responsible for the production on a considerable chunk of Beyoncé’s excellent “4”) and Scott Borchetta make good use of their boundless studio space and time, resulting in a list of credits that makes Kanye West’s “My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy” look modest. The Swedes and Bhasker don’t let electronic dance music influence to the degree that

HEADPHONETICS’ “I ADMIT IT” LIST Taylor Swift — “Fifteen” Miley Cyrus — “Party in the U.S.A.” Taylor Swift — “State of Grace” Laura Gibson — “Skin, Warming Skin” Angel Olsen — “Acrobat”

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shifts Swift’s sonic direction, but it’s enough to give her big, glittery country tunes that extra pop punch. “Red” ends with another story, “Begin Again,” where Swift’s new beau admires her collection of James Taylor records. It’s a nice parting reminder of one of her favorite songwriters, and a promising indicator of her career’s long view. Now all that’s left is for her to keep growing up so all those teenagers stop buying her records and I don’t have to keep hiding them in my car’s glove compartment.

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Taylor Swift — “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together” Taylor Swift — “I Knew You Were Trouble” Beyonce — “I Care” Taylor Swift — “Begin Again”


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‘C A L L OF DU TY: BL A CK OP S I I ’

Choices lift latest ‘Call of Duty’

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ou’ve always had to play the good soldier in “Call of Duty” games: The only path to the end was to follow orders, from defending a key position to killing off certain enemies. The restricted approach meant that while the military shooter franchise skyrocketed to massive popularity through immersive graphics and innovative online multiplayer battles, its singleplayer campaigns got rightly knocked as linear and forgettable. By adding the element of choice, “Call of Duty: Black Ops II” (Activision, for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii U, PC, $59.99) has revitalized the brand to become the best “CoD” since 2007’s “Modern Warfare.” The game leaps back and forth from CIA and U.S. military missions in the 1980s to an international crisis in 2025. Your moral decisions and successes or failures in both settings determine your ending — and whether some of the main characters live long enough to see it. The narrative is framed by conversations between elderly Frank Woods and David Mason, son of his former partner Alex Mason. The younger Mason is out to stop supervillain Raul Menendez, with missions in under-siege Los Angeles, flooded Lahore, Pakistan, and elsewhere. Woods recounts his own history with Menendez in flashbacks to Nicaragua, Panama and an exhilarating Afghanistan level where you fire RPGs on horseback. The branching narrative is complemented by two more wrinkles. “Strike force” missions add in optional real-time strategy and can end in success or failure, leading to different outcomes in the endgame. And for the first time in “CoD,” players get to choose their weapons before each mission, including unique perks inspired by the series’ stellar multiplayer options. What-ifs abound. What if I had disobeyed that “shoot” command? What if I had started that level with a sniper rifle instead of a pistol? What if I’d let invaders blow up that base? These are the types of questions that elevated the lauded “Mass Effect” trilogy, one of many sources of inspiration for “Black Ops II” creators. There are sticky “frog” gloves as seen in the fourth “Mission: Impossible” film, flying wingsuits from the third “Transformers” and a superrare element called <<<

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celerium that reminded me of the unobtanium in “Avatar.” There’s even a feisty computer whiz named Chloe, a la “24.” So sure, not everything is fresh here. Gameplay is still mostly of the run and shoot-everythingthat-moves variety. Artificial barriers keep you moving in the right direction despite the illusion of open space. Your allies sometimes still wait for you to kill the last in a wave of enemies, just because. But after completing the campaign in around seven hours at a review event, I spoke with a fellow reviewer and was deeply impressed by how different our experiences had been. I had — spoiler alert — saved the USS Barack Obama aircraft carrier while she’d seen it destroyed. Likewise, our endings had almost no overlap: She’d let certain characters die that I had spared or rescued. It’ll be quite difficult to reconcile the separate threads for a potential “Black Ops III.” So for the first time, there’s some replayability in single-player to match the addictive and polished multiplayer, which is where I traditionally spend most of my “CoD” time. “Black Ops II” adds choice there, too. You still have to level up to unlock weapons, but the perk and modifications are more customizable than ever. With lead developer Treyarch’s “Pick 10” class system, you can decide not to carry a secondary weapon, for example, and instead layer on extra abilities like “extreme conditioning,” or overload your primary weapon with three attachments. In several hours of multiplayer action, I hadn’t yet picked a favorite combination. Beyond futuristic rewards like flying minidrones with mounted guns, other multiplayer tweaks include a new “league play” system designed to match you with players of similar skill, threeteam battles and live match streaming on YouTube. Treyarch also added a player-versus-player option to its unforgiving zombies mode, which features cooperative gameplay and its own separate story line and mythology. Teams can’t attack each other but use barriers and bait to sic zombies on opponents. Despite outselling every other game in recent years, “Call of Duty” publisher Activision isn’t simply resting on its pile of money. “Black Ops II” delivers smart multiplayer modifications and an unexpectedly personal story with weighty choice and consequence. It’s the first must-have “CoD” in five years. Three and a half stars out of four. — The Associated Press

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‘TRILOGY’ – THE WEEKND

n 2011, Toronto singer Abel Tesfaye and producers Doc McKinney and Illangelo released three free albums, “House of Balloons,” “Thursday” and “Echoes of Silence,” and taken as a whole, The Weeknd’s releases, now collected in “Trilogy,” constitute a slow-motion revolution in which a relative outsider threw the artistic equivalent of a Molotov cocktail into modern soul music and forced an entire genre to take stock of its lightweight recent history. This seductive but horrifying narrative about a multiday party going terribly wrong

plays like Drake and Nine Inch Nails adapting a Hubert Selby novel into a soul opera. In his angelic tenor, Tesfaye delivers his thesis statement/first warning with “High For This” and then the party starts, but if the Siouxsie-sampling “House of Balloons” feels like romanticized debauchery, its segue into “Glass Table Girls” confirms that Tesfaye’s character is destined for a hard fall. With “Thurs-

day,” there are implications that this party will have a body count, and by the mournful third disc, which begins with a venal and vocally impressive cover of Michael Jackson’s “Dirty Diana,” the cold light of day is illuminating all that went wrong. Although it seemed likely as Tesfaye was rolling out the original releases, “Trilogy” now suggests that this steep rise-and-fall story was fully sketched out from

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the beginning and that he intends this not as compilation or anthology, but as a complete piece. The new songs that end each disc, “TwentyEight,” “Valerie” and “Til Dawn (Here Comes the Sun),” add little to the narrative, but they do not distract from it, either. Tesfaye now faces the unenviable task of living up to “Trilogy” on future releases, but even if this is The Weeknd’s high water mark, it will likely be the album by which the coming decade’s R&B releases are measured. — George Lang, LookatOKC editor

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‘KING ANIMAL’ – SOUNDGARDEN

hen Chris Cornell’s insistent rhythm guitar fades in like an unstoppable train coming over

a distant hill roaring straight at you, and lead guitarist Kim Thayil’s stinging riffs start stoking the engine’s fire, and drummer Matt Cameron and bassist Ben Shepherd start the ground to shaking beneath your feet as Cornell wails brawnily that he’s “Been Away Too Long,” some of us are inspired to shout back with a heartfelt “Right on!” “King Animal,” this steaming Seattle grunge machine’s first album in 16 years, has indeed been a long time coming and it’s a pleasure to climb back on board, because the second track — the Black Sabbath-like “NonState Actor” — just picks up the mo-

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mentum and keeps the blood pumping. Then a full forward throttle is achieved on the locomotive heavy metal mindbender “By Crooked Steps” and the journey is all but coming off the rails. The Thayil-penned “A Thousand Days Before,” with its swirling tamboura adding trippy spices of India, creates a meditative kind of metal manna, while the bass-heavy midtempo mesmerizer “Blood On the Valley Floor” sounds like a lullaby for giants. Cornell may have made a few missteps since Soundgarden’s 1996 “Down On the Upside,” recording solo and with Audioslave with mixed results, but it sounds here like he’s come back to his senses, creating a new, metallically melodic Soundgarden album that is easily the band’s best work since 1994’s “Superunknown.”

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‘TWILIGHT SAGA: BREAKING DAWN, PART 2: ORIGINAL MOTION PICTURE SOUNDTRACK’

usic supervisor Alexandra Patsavas assembles another talented group of established and up-and-coming indie-rock stars to set the mood for “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 2: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack.” But it’s Oklahoma-born singer/songwriter/guitarist St. Vincent who cures the atmospheric gloominess that threatens to fog up the whole album. The Tulsa native also known as Annie Clark, who previously collaborated with Bon Iver for a track on the “New Moon” soundtrack, unleashes her supernaturally gorgeous voice and mighty guitar prowess on the eerie, aptly named rocker “Antidote,” saving the whole affair from softly, beautifully sinking into a melancholy haze.

Make no mistake, the soundtrack for the fifth and final film in the franchise continues the honorable “Twilight” tradition of spotlighting musicians outside the mainstream and features achingly lovely ballads from Feist, A Boy and His Kite and Broadway Spider-Man Reeve Carney. Nikki Reed, who plays vampire Rosalie Hale in the movies, partners with her singer-husband, Paul McDonald, for the dreamy love song “All I’ve Ever Needed,” and frequent “Twilight” soundtrack contributor Christina Perri duets with Tony winner Steve Kazee (Broadway’s “Once”) on a reprise of her hopeful “Breaking Dawn — Part 1” ballad “A Thousand Years.” Even with Passion Pit’s “Where I Come From,” Ellie Goulding’s “Bittersweet” and The Boom Circuit’s “Everything and Nothing” providing more of a

dance beat, the series’ last soundtrack nearly gets caught in an angsty rut. “Twilight” newcomer Green Day is perhaps the worst offender with its boring ode “The Forgotten.” In keeping with another “Twilight” LOOKATOKC.COM

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album custom, the soundtrack closes with the composer Carter Burwell’s evocative piano lullaby “Plus Que Ma Propre Vie.” — Brandy McDonnell, Entertainment writer

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‘SKYFALL’

Rating: PG-13 (intense violent sequences throughout, some sexuality, language.) Running time: 2 hours, 23 minutes Starring: Daniel Craig, Judi Dench, Javier Bardem, Ralph Fiennes, Naomie Harris, Bérénice Lim Marlohe, Albert Finney.

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‘Skyfall’ brings new high to Bond series

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s British superspy James Bond turns 50 with “Skyfall,” he’s demoted by his doubtful MI6 handlers, saddled with middle-age aches and pains, nagged by a sense of creeping mortality, confronted with a shadowy new world of cyber terrorism and accosted by perhaps the most deliriously, floridly lunatic villain since SPECTRE’s Ernst Stavro Blofeld. In short, this is an older, perhaps not wiser but at least wilier James Bond facing the 21st-century realities of aging, virtual villains and computer-spiked mayhem. Daniel Craig, now in complete command as both a throwback to the man’s-man 007 of Sean Connery and a modern-day knight errant jousting with existential angst, handles both the daunting action duties and the deeper psychological plumbing of the character with equal aplomb. While this 23rd installment of the official 007 franchise certainly pays apt tribute to the cheeky, old-school conventions that fans expect — flashy cars, breakneck stunts, smoking guns, evocative music, exotic locales and lovely femmes fatale (those juicy Bond girls) — “Skyfall” ups the ante by importing the high-class talents of Oscar-winning director Sam Mendes (“American Beauty”) and celebrated

cinematographer Roger Deakins to give the old traditions an uncommon sheen and to invest the story with real-world urgency and surprising emotional resonance. Following the requisite opening credits, festooned with swirly, sexy graphics and a brassy title tune penned and performed by Adele, there’s the customary, logistically dazzling, 10-minute action sequence featuring a chase through the bazaars and across the tiled rooftops of Istanbul and then atop a lumbering train. Then Bond, badly battered and facing a loss of his top-secret, license-to-kill status, finds himself pulled into a web of intrigue involving his mentor M (Judi Dench, grand in her seventh time out) and a formerly favored agent gone rogue — the silky, sinister Silva (Javier Bardem, in floppy blond Andy Warhol hair, delivering a lip-smackingly campy performance). Nursing a seething madness at what he views as M’s dastardly betrayal of him on a botched assignment, Silva, a master computer hacker, sets out to take dire revenge and in the process bring down the entire MI6 spy network. Mendes introduces the Bond-Silva rivalry in a deliciously insinuating, psychosexual encounter and then quickly moves the story through a series of

clever action set pieces (the best being a brilliant catand-mouse shoot-out between Bond and an assassin in a neon-lit, glass-and-steel Shanghai skyscraper). The script by regulars Neal Purvis and Robert Wade (“Quantum of Solace” and others) and Oscarnominated newcomer John Logan (“Hugo” and already on board for Bond 24 and 25) deftly juggles the old and new and makes room for several pithy guest appearances (a new, nerdy Q in Ben Whishaw; Ralph Fiennes as a starchy, meddling bureaucrat, and a heavily bearded Albert Finney as the crusty caretaker of Bond’s boyhood home in the rugged Scottish moors). Then, of course, there are the eye-pleasing Bond girls — green field agent Eve (Naomie Harris), who has a surprising family connection, and exotic Berenice Marlohe as Severine, Silva’s strikingly tragic sex slave. In the five decades and 22 movies of the Eon Productions Bond franchise, the films have wavered from sophisticated to bombastic, from thrilling to silly and back. But “Skyfall” feels like a new high mark for the Bond canon — a keenly savvy, sexy and exhilarating movie packed with subversive secrets that puts the “intelligence” back into Ian Fleming’s spy game.

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‘LINCOLN’

Rating: PG-13 (An intense scene of war violence, some images of carnage and brief strong language) Running time: 2 hours, 29 minutes Starring: Daniel Day-Lewis, Sally Field, Jackie Earle Haley, Tommy Lee Jones, Joseph Gordon-Levitt.

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‘Lincoln’ focuses on political struggle to free slaves

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ather than attempting total biography or even a complete summation of Abraham Lincoln’s presidency, Steven Spielberg’s “Lincoln” takes the full measure of the man by concentrating on the last months of his life, as the 16th president of the United States fought to abolish slavery and end the Civil War. The film succeeds grandly with Daniel Day-Lewis’ beautifully rendered character study at its core, but it is also a trenchant study of the nation’s character. Screenwriter Tony Kushner (“Angels in America”) based the script on Doris Kearns Goodwin’s “Team of Rivals: The Political Genius of Abraham Lincoln,” and the bulk of its action takes place in January 1865 as Lincoln attempts to cobble together enough votes to pass the 13th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. It could not be done merely on the strength of Republican abolitionist votes and could not stick solely by presidential order in the form of the Emancipation Proclamation of 1863. He had to pull together enough Democratic votes not just to make it pass, but to make it bipartisan and lasting. Spielberg and Kushner smartly circumscribe their timeline to a few profoundly consequential weeks, mainly because Lincoln’s mastery of politics and his personal sense of justice were never more acute, <<<

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necessary and on-display than in those cold, muddy January days in Washington, D.C. In a round-the-clock campaign to bring Congress to the right vote while there was just enough political will, Lincoln pushed his “Radical Republican” congressional allies such as U.S. Rep. Thaddeus Stevens (Tommy Lee Jones) and lobbyists W.N. Bilbo (James Spader), Robert Latham (John Hawkes) and Richard Schell (Tulsa-born Tim Blake Nelson) to make it happen. As such, “Lincoln” is an unlikely and exhilarating creation: an exciting, moving and occasionally funny movie about political process. Over the course of 300-plus cinematic depictions since the dawn of film, the character of Abraham Lincoln evolved into a mythically solemn man with a deep voice to match his convictions, but DayLewis’ Lincoln hews closer to the historical truth. In “Lincoln,” the president’s voice is reedy and his tone familial and collegiate. He is a man possessing a deep reservoir of anecdotes for every political occasion and enthusiasm for deploying them for persuasive power, a running joke in the film and a frequent annoyance for Secretary of War Edwin Stanton (Bruce McGill). Day-Lewis’ resonant portrayal of Lincoln serves as the obvious centerpiece, but Spielberg assembled a cast of supporting players that reads like a hall of fame for modern character actors, including Jones,

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Spader, Hawkes, Nelson, McGill, Chickasha-born Lee Pace, David Costabile (“Breaking Bad”), Jared Harris (“Mad Men”), David Strathairn, Walton Goggins, Jackie Earle Haley, Michael Stuhlbarg and Hal Holbrook. It is a male-dominated story, but Sally Field’s performance as Mary Todd Lincoln is a model of exposed nerves and sadness as she continues to mourn the 1862 death of son Willie, tries in vain to keep oldest son Robert (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) from enlisting in the Union Army and battles her bipolar disorder as Washington society whispers around her. While there is some expectation that a film about Lincoln must also be a film about the Civil War, Spielberg takes the uncommon approach of having the war operate as a subtext and framing device, and it works. Lincoln knew that his best hope of passing the amendment was to do so before the war ended, and while war imagery constitutes a slim fraction of the film’s running time, it is always there in the gathering creases of Lincoln’s countenance. Spielberg, Kushner and Day-Lewis zero in on the president’s deft balance of moral responsibility, political courage and skill at political gamesmanship in “Lincoln,” and the result is a fresh look at a man most people think they already know. — George Lang, LookatOKC editor


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‘THE TWILIGHT SAGA: BREAKING DAWN PART II’

Rating: PG-13 (Sequences of violence including disturbing images, some sensuality and partial nudity.) Running time: 1 hours, 56 minute Starring: Kristen Stewart, Rob Pattinson, Taylor Lautner, Mackenzie Foy, Michael Sheen, Lee Pace

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‘Breaking Dawn’ dims the light on ‘Twilight’ series

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n its waning moments, “The Twilight Saga” finally generates some genuinely surprising and memorable cinematic sequences that improve on Stephenie Meyer’s supernaturally popular book series. With a twist that will likely take aback even “Twihard” fans who have read the saga countless times, the fifth and final film, “Breaking Dawn — Part 2,” emerges as the funniest, most exciting and most complete of the blockbuster franchise. Despite its financial success — the first four “Twilight” films together grossed $1 billion at the domestic box office and $2.5 billion worldwide — the series has produced few indelible movie moments despite Meyer’s intriguing variations on well-established vampire and werewolf mythologies. The movies have been tough to make cinematically interesting because the best part about the drawn-out vampire romance is the authentic way Meyer relates, in first person, the conflicted emotions of her teenage protagonist, Bella Swan (Kristen Stewart). While the focus remains on making a faithful adaptation that will please “Twihard” fans, director Bill Condon and screenwriter Melissa Rosenberg cannily amp up the lackluster ending Meyer penned for the saga. (A producer on “Breaking Dawn” — both halves of the two-film finale were shot over six months in 2010-11 —

the author approved the movie’s twist.) Last year’s “Breaking Dawn — Part 1” ended with Bella opening her blood-red eyes after her long-awaited lifesaving transformation into a vampire. The last movie starts in the next moment, as she adjusts to her supernaturally heightened senses. Bella’s already-immortal husband, Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson), takes her on her first hunt as a vampire, and she impresses him with her self-control as she passes up a mountain climber for a mountain lion, in keeping with the Cullens’ practice of eschewing human blood. Edward also introduces Bella to their half-human/ half-vampire daughter Renesmee (10-year-old Mackenzie Foy, whose visage is digitally altered to represent different ages at different times), whose violent birth necessitated her mother’s vampire transformation. Like her father, Renesmee possesses talents beyond the normal vampire scope, including the ability to convey her thoughts with just a touch. Unlike most vampires, though, the girl is growing at an alarming rate, leaving the family fretting that their newest member might be short-lived. In addition, Bella is shocked to learn that her werewolf friend Jacob Black (Taylor Lautner, who shows off some nice comedic timing) has forged a special bond with her daughter.

Bella doesn’t get much time to adjust to motherhood or revel in her inhuman speed — an effect the filmmakers still haven’t satisfactorily mastered — before the ruling coven, the Volturi, and its wily leader, Aro (Michael Sheen, who again proves to be the saga’s standout performer), accuse the Cullens of an unpardonable crime. Aware that the bloodsucking rulers are en route with execution orders, the Cullens assemble a group of their vampire pals to stand with them against the Volturi. Their allies include fellow human-friendly vamps Tanya and Kate (MyAnna Buring and Casey LaBow), nomadic Revolutionary War veteran Garrett (Chickasha-born Lee Pace, who rivals Sheen with his all-in turn), temperamental naysayer Alistair (Joe Anderson), mighty Amazon warriors Zafrina and Senna (Judith Shekoni and Tracey Heggins) and charming but powerful Egyptian Benjamin (Rami Malek), who can control the elements. As the factions face off in a snowy field outside Bella’s home of Forks, Wash., Condon and Co. deliver a reasonably satisfying conclusion to “The Twilight Saga” that might even get non-fans’ blood pumping. Then, the runtime-padding end credits paying tribute to the franchise’s expansive cast bring it all home for the “Twihards.”

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parkly vampires and shirtless werewolves maintained a supernatural hold on the box office going into the Thanksgiving weekend, but from now until Christmas, the studios are banking on their prestige pictures — the movies that could pull in both big box office and a few gold statuettes during awards season. Until a few years ago, the holidays were almost exclusively the province of Oscar hopefuls, and there is no shortage of prospects in 2012 — potential awards frontrunners abound, including Ang Lee’s “Life of Pi,” David O. Russell’s “The Silver Linings Playbook” and Quentin Tarantino’s “Django Unchained.” But now, some of the budget-busting mega-franchises that used to exclusively dominate summer are taking over the multiplexes at the end of the year, too, including a long-awaited return to Middle Earth. What follows is a list of the big releases coming to theaters between now and Jan. 4, 2013 — yes, the prestige films are starting to spill over into next year. All dates are subject to change, just in case Peter Jackson decides to do some last minute tinkering on “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey.”

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N O W I N T H E AT R E S North, The Easter Bunny, The Tooth Fairy and Sandman enlist Jack Frost to help them wage battle against Pitch the Nightmare King in “Rise of the Guardians,” a DreamWorks Animation film based on William Joyce’s “The Guardians of Childhood” series. The voice talent for this epic holiday film includes Alec Baldwin, Chris Pine, Isla Fisher, Jude Law and Hugh Jackman. Director Ang Lee (“Brokeback Mountain,” “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon”) brings Yann Martel’s best-selling literary novel to 3-D in “Life of Pi,” which chronicles the journey of a young man who survives a sea disaster and finds a bond with a fellow survivor, a Bengal tiger. Irrfan Khan, Suraj Sharma and Rafe Spall star in the film. “Silver Linings Playbook,” written for the screen and directed by David O. Russell (“The Fighter”), stars Bradley Cooper as Pat, a young man desperate to reconnect with his estranged wife after being released from a psychiatric hospital. Jennifer Lawrence plays the mysterious woman who is willing to help him do it, for a favor in return. Robert De Niro, Julia Stiles and Chris Tucker co-star in this adaptation of the Matthew Quick novel. Chris Hemsworth (“Thor”) and Josh Hutcherson (“The Hunger Games”) lead the cast of “Red Dawn,” a remake of the 1984 Cold War melodrama about teenagers fighting an invading Soviet army. This time, it’s the North Korean forces that get a taste of Wolverine retribution, with Adrianne Palicki (“Friday Night Lights”) and Jeffrey Dean Morgan (“Watchmen”) co-starring in this long-shelved feature.

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Mary Elizabeth Winstead (“Scott Pilgrim vs. The World,” “Death Proof”) and Aaron Paul (“Breaking Bad”) star as an alcoholic couple dealing with the rock-bottom stages of their addictions in “Smashed.” The cast for this intimate variation on “Days of Wine and Roses” includes Oscar winner Octavia Spencer (“The Help”), Nick Offerman (“Parks and Recreation”) and former Oklahoma City resident Megan Mullally.

O P E N S N O V E M B E R 3 0T H Keira Knightley reunites with her director from “Atonement” and “Pride & Prejudice,” Joe Wright, for “Anna Karenina,” Leo Tolstoy’s classic story about an aristocratic woman’s tragic affair with a count. Jude Law, Aaron TaylorJohnson and Matthew Macfadyen co-star. Mob enforcer Jackie Cogan (Brad Pitt) investigates a heist that took place during a Mafia-run poker game in “Killing Them Softly.” Pitt’s second collaboration with Andrew Dominik (“The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford”), “Killing” includes performances from Mob-pedigreed actors including James Gandolfini and Vincent Curatola of “The Sopranos” and Ray Liotta of “Goodfellas.” Director Marcus Dunstan follows up his 2009 thriller “The Collector” with “The Collection,” in which Arkin (Josh Stewart) is blackmailed into tracking down the villain from the original film and rescuing one of his fellow victims.

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O P E N S D E C E M B E R 7T H George, a former athlete played by Gerard Butler, tries to get his life back together by coaching his son’s soccer team in “Playing for Keeps,” but soon finds the gorgeous mothers on the sidelines (Jessica Biel, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Judy Greer) are becoming a distraction. This is the first U.S. release from “The Pursuit of Happyness” director Gabriele Muccino since 2008’s “Seven Pounds.” Jane Lynch (“Glee”), Rob Schneider and two Baldwins (Stephen and William) lend their voices to “Dino Time,” in which three kids unexpectedly trip the levers on an egg-shaped machine and find themselves transported to the Jurassic period.

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O P E N S D E C E M B E R 1 4T H Director Peter Jackson’s last journey to Middle Earth yielded “The Lord of the Rings,” a trilogy that earned the praise of fans and critics alike, won 17 Oscars and became one of the highest-grossing film series ever. So expectations are higher than the Lonely Mountain for Jackson’s film version of “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey,” especially since the filmmaker announced earlier this year that what was once a two-part adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkien’s “LOTR” predecessor will now be a trilogy. The first installment will introduce unassuming hobbit Bilbo Baggins (Martin Freeman), who is recruited for an epic quest to reclaim the lost dwarf kingdom of Erebor from the wicked dragon Smaug. Along with returning stars Ian McKellen, Elijah Wood, Cate Blanchett, Hugo Weaving and Andy Serkis, “An Unexpected Journey” will feature Middle Earth newcomers Richard Armitage, Benedict Cumberbatch, Billy Connolly and Chickasha-born Lee Pace.

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Based on Stephen Rebello’s book “Alfred Hitchcock and the Making of ‘Psycho’” and set during production of “The Master of Suspense’s” groundbreaking film, “Hitchcock” relates the love story between the influential filmmaker (Oscar winner Anthony Hopkins) and his wife and creative partner Alma Reville (Oscar winner Helen Mirren). Scarlett Johansson, James D’Arcy, Jessica Biel and Toni Collette co-star.

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O P E N S D E C E M B E R 1 9T H Seth Rogen stars as an inventor who invites his mother, played by the multitalented Barbra Streisand, on a cross-country trek to peddle his new product and reunite her with an old flame in the comedy “The Guilt Trip.” “Monsters, Inc. 3D” will bring back one of Pixar Animation Studios’ most imaginative features and put the adventures of cerulean-furred champion scarer Sulley (voice of John Goodman), his one-eyed, big-mouthed buddy Mike Wazowski (Billy Crystal) and a wayward human tot known as Boo (Mary Gibbs) in three dimensions. The rerelease of the 2001 favorite coincides with next June’s long-awaited prequel, “Monsters University.”

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O P E N S D E C E M B E R 2 1S T In “Jack Reacher,” Tom Cruise takes on the role of novelist Lee Child’s vigilante drifter, an ex-military policeman devoted to righting wrongs. Oscar-winning scribe Christopher McQuarrie (“The Usual Suspects”) writes and directs the crime drama, based on “One Shot,” the ninth best-seller in Child’s 17-book series. Cruise’s casting has been criticized, since Reacher is described in the books as a 6-foot-5-inch-tall giant with blond hair and ice-blue eyes, which is pretty much the opposite of the movie star’s physical appearance. Richard Jenkins, Rosamund Pike and Robert Duvall co-star. Billed as the “sort-of sequel” to his 2007 blockbuster “Knocked Up,” the R-rated comedy “This Is 40” lets writer/director/producer Judd Apatow (“The 40-Year-Old Virgin,” “Funny People”) continue the story of longtime married couple Debbie (Leslie Mann, who played the sister of Katherine Heigl’s Alison in “Knocked Up”) and Pete (Paul Rudd). Academy Award nominee Andrew Adamson (“Shrek,” “The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe”) writes and directs, and three-time Oscar winner James Cameron (“Titanic,” “Avatar”) executive produces “Cirque du Soleil: Worlds Away 3D,” which showcases performances from some of the Canadian entertainment company’s most sophisticated productions. <<<

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O P E N S D E C E M B E R 2 5TH Auteur Quentin Tarantino indulges his love of spaghetti Westerns with “Django Unchained,” the tale of a freed slave (Jamie Foxx) who trains with a bounty hunter (Christoph Waltz) to develop the skills to rescue his long-lost wife (Kerry Washington) from a sadistic plantation owner (Leonardo DiCaprio). The stellar cast also includes Don Johnson, former Oklahoman Rex Linn and, of course, Samuel L. Jackson. Director Tom Hooper follows up his Oscar-winning triumph “The King’s Speech” with a big-screen adaptation of the smash musical “Les Misérables,” based on Victor Hugo’s novel. In 19th century France, ex-prisoner Jean Valjean (Hugh Jackman) has been running for decades from hardnosed policeman Javert (Russell Crowe). Although Valjean assumes a new identity, his life truly changes when he promises an ill-fortuned factory worker (Anne Hathaway) that he will care for her daughter, Cossette (Amanda Seyfried). Set in the generation gap, the comedy “Parental Guidance” stars Billy Crystal and Bette Midler as grandparents whose old-fashioned ways conflict with their three grandchildren’s 21st-century sensibilities during an extended visit. Marisa Tomei and Tom Everett Scott play the moppets’ helicopter parents.

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O P E N S J A N U A R Y 4 TH Both nominated but never victorious, Bill Murray and Laura Linney look to again contend for Oscar glory with their portrayals of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt and his cousin and confidant Margaret Suckley in “Hyde Park on Hudson.” The period comedy-drama is set in June 1939 as FDR and wife Eleanor (Olivia Williams) are hosting the King and Queen of England (Samuel West and Olivia Colman) at their upstate New York home.

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In “Promised Land,” Matt Damon reunites with “Good Will Hunting” director Gus Van Sant to play a top corporate salesman sent with his partner (Frances McDormand) to a struggling small town to close the deal for his natural gas company’s expansion plans. Damon, who won an Oscar for co-penning “Good Will Hunting,” wrote the drama’s screenplay with co-star John Krasinski (“The Office”).

Leatherface again wields his killing-machine in “Texas Chainsaw 3D,” a sequel that continues the terror tale established in Tobe Hooper’s 1974 horror classic, with an extra dimension to enhance the blood-letting.

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less bulky and more f lattering Linda Miller | For The Oklahoman

Oklahoma’s winter weather usually only calls for heavy coats and head-to-toe bundling a few days a season. Lucky us. But that doesn’t mean women who yearn for stylish outerwear are left out in the cold. Winter jackets and coats are lightweight and easy to wear with interesting details that include fur or faux fur trim, high collars, waist emphasis and eye-popping buttons. “Coats are not so bulky anymore,” said Alex Bratton, buyer for On a Whim stores in Oklahoma City and Tulsa. “You can see a body beneath the coat. You don’t just see a coat.” Nothing ruins a great outfit faster than covering it up with a heavy coat. “You don’t see the girl underneath,” she said. Lightweight jackets and coats are a good fit for Oklahoma’s weather. “They add light protection from the elements, and some are even water-resistant, so they’re a great go-to fall and winter item,” said Melissa Merriman, spokeswoman for Dillard’s. And there’s no sacrificing fashion.

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Clothing trends have echoed a return to feminine dressing for the past few seasons, and that theme carries over to outerwear. “Women have always embraced their femininity, and now designers are actually catching up with a woman and a woman’s body,” Merriman said. Many of the coat styles hint at the mid1940s and 1960s with modern twists coming from details and color. Belts define the waist, and seams outline curves. Jewel tones and hot hues make drab winter days a little easier to endure. Lands’ End says color is its top trend, with punched-up reds, greens and yellows. The new Narciso Rodriguez collection for Kohl’s includes cocoon coats in peony and cobalt. And a little fur? Well, it’s just fun. “I definitely think anything embellished with fur is still a big trend, whether it’s faux or real,” Bratton said. Just as appealing are sheared faux fur crop jackets that give the look and feel of sable and other luxurious furs. It’s more controlled, elegant and chic-looking than many wild and woolly faux furs. Those styles also hang with leather motorcycle jackets, peacoats, trench coats, tweed crop jackets and sweater and blanket coats, but most have a little edge or spark that makes you want to reach out and try them on. And surprise. Many of these coats are so lightweight that you won’t be tearing them off as soon as you get in a building or in the car. Thanks to improved fabrics and technology, you stay warm and comfortable without the weight. And let’s not forget the two-for-one advantage of many of this year’s coats. “All styles, whether tweed or faux fur, translate very well from day to evening, so you don’t have just a daytime or cocktail coat,” Bratton said. “It offers more of a dressed-up feeling. It’s not just your basic wool coat.”

ABOVE: UGG leather jacket with curly lamb shawl, available at Dillard’s, Penn Square Mall. LEFT TOP: Alice + Olivia sheared faux sable crop jacket with print blouse by Joie, available at On a Whim. LEFT: Sam Edelman trench coat with studded collar, available at Dillard’s, Penn Square Mall. LOOKATOKC.COM

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Baked tilapia at Capers Mediterranean Buffet and Bistro.

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for you if you’re not inclined to do it yourself. Local demand for Mediterranean food has grown enough to draw national chain Garbanzo Cafe, which is on the verge of opening on Northwest Expressway. Bennai brings to the table flavors from his native Morocco plus intensive knowledge about foods from all the countries surrounding the Mediterranean. Proximity dictates that this style of food has plenty of crossover from country to country. Gyros, shawarma, hummus, babaghanouj, harissa, tahini and couscous are found in various forms in the mother land, and Capers offers its interpretations of each. The salad section of the buffet is perhaps the most stunning. Tabbouleh, fatoosh, Persian, garbanzo and cabbage, and Greek are all represented beautifully and deliciously. I found myself eating so much salad, I could’ve walked out satiated, but I would’ve lost my gourmand card had I walked out without some fried cauliflower, moosaka, chicken shawarma, gyros, and kafta. The chicken braised with olives was tender and juicy and offered a nice alternative to common chicken preparations. The beef braised with cabbage was tender and rich, the cabbage adding a bit of texture. Bennai is the perfect captain for this ship. Buffets in the wrong hands can end up untidy, flat and dry. But watch Bennai’s staff tend to the buffet a few minutes and you realize they’ve been welltrained to protect the diner’s experience. Before he joined Cafe 501, Bennai spent two years managing the kitchen at Sleepy Hollow restaurant, which was known for its pan-fried chicken with green peas and family-style dining. “I’m frying chicken the way we did it at Sleep Hollow,” he said. “Cast-iron skillet, fresh oil — only thing missing is the greens, but maybe we’ll add those later!” Behind the buffet you’ll spy a pizza oven, which produces not only pizzas but fresh pocket

Chef Nordeen Bennai prepares pita dough for a trip in the oven.

pitas. Bennai also decided to pay homage to the space’s previous occupant, the Catfish Cabin. “We’re doing the whole fried catfish during dinner,” Bennai said. “There were here 30 years, so we thought we should give the people the thing that kept them coming back.” Lunch is $8.99 and dinner is $11.99. If you’d like to stick with soup and salad, which will be

plenty for most, cost is $7.99. Kids ages 2 to 12 eat for $4.49, and you can do a to-go box for $4.99. Capers is open from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily. They also offer catering services, including a private dining room. “There is no charge for the room,” Bennai said. For more information, call 7202600.

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Artwork by Kim Norton, 50 Penn Place Art Gallery, 1900 Northwest Expressway, 848-5567. Cowboy Artists of America 47th Annual Exhibition and Sale, National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, 1700 NE 63, 478-2250.

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

Door, 2805 N Mckinley, 524-0738.

8911 N Western, 879-9778.

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LIVE MUSIC Belle Isle Restaurant & Brewery, 1900 Northwest Expressway, Find The Wilds (formerly Saturday Sirens), 9 p.m., 840-1911.

Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W

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

Memorial, The Jetset Kings Thanksgiving Eve Party, 9 p.m., 751-1547.

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

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JJ’s Alley, 212 E Sheridan, Jack

Oklahoma City Thunder vs LA Clippers, 6:30 p.m., Chesapeake En-

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

ergy Arena, 100 W Reno, 602-8700.

2100 NE 52, 602-3760.

berg, 7 p.m., 329-3534. (Norman)

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The Deli, 309 White, The Living Dead,

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

Christmas in the Park, 6 p.m., Yukon

800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-0765.

David Morris, 5 p.m., 702-8555.

Avanti Bar and Grill, 13509 Highland Park Blvd., Edgar Cruz, 8 p.m., 2545200.

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

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

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

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

City Park, Freedom Trail and Chisholm Trail Park, 350-8937. (Yukon)

“Dreamer 45: Frame of Reference,” Dreamer Concepts, 324 E

“Pablo Picasso’s Woman,” Fred

Main, 701-0048. (Norman)

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

American Moderns, 1910-1960:

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

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

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

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

“E.CO,” The Untitled Artspace, 1 NE 3, 815-9995. Photography Exhibit: “Silent Witnesses,” University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, 1000 Stanton L Young Blvd., 271-2285.

Oklahoma Arts Council presents “Oklahoma Gold” works by Michael Jones, East Gallery of state Capitol , 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2931.

Annual Small Works Show, Norman Depot, 200 S Jones, 307-9320. (Norman) The narrative paintings of Denise Duong and a selection of small works by gallery artists, JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 528-6336.

“Dreamer 45: Frame of Reference,” Dreamer Concepts, 324 E Main, 701-0048. (Norman)

1900 Northwest Expressway, Hosty Duo, 9 p.m., 840-1911.

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

McSalty’s Pizza, 3000 N Portland,

Art, 415 Couch Drive, 236-3100.

Every Thursday Open Mic/Acoustic Night, 9 p.m., 943-3637.

Nancy Werneke exhibit, North

Belle Isle Restaurant & Brewery,

JJ’s Alley, 212 E Sheridan, Ronnie

Red Piano Lounge, 1 Park Ave.,

City Park, Freedom Trail and Chisholm Trail Park, 350-8937. (Yukon)

800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-0765.

LIVE MUSIC

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

Christmas in the Park, 6 p.m., Yukon

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

Grand Casino, 777 Grand Casino Blvd., Patrick Winsett, 7 p.m., (405) 964-7263. (Shawnee)

The Deli, 309 White, Scott Strand-

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

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

TJ Broscoff, 9 p.m., Wormy Dog

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

Jewel Box Theatre Presents Rob Barron’s “Excavation,” 8 p.m.,

HAPPENINGS

the University of Central Oklahoma, 100 N University Drive, 974-2432. (Edmond)

I Am King, 9 p.m., The Conservatory,

THEATER

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

“Images in Time,” a Retrospective of Screen-Printing & Black&White Photography, Donna Nigh Gallery at

Graham Colton, 8 p.m., The Blue

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

“The Wizard of Oz,” 8 p.m., Poteet Theatre, 222 NW 15, 609-1023.

Gallery, 6432 N Western, 840-4437.

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

Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W

Helen Boren’s Fall Colors, Summer

Works by Tom Perkinson and Linda Tuma Robertson, The Howell

Carrie Underwood, 8 p.m., BOK

NIGHT LIFE

Remington Park Racing and Casino, 1 Remington Place, Bruce Benson, 7 p.m., 424-1000.

JJ’s Alley, 212 E Sheridan, Brandon

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

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

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

Photography Exhibit: “Silent Witnesses,” OU Health Sciences

The Deli, 309 White, John Calvin, 7 p.m., 329-3534. (Norman)

Center, 1000 Stanton L Young Blvd., 271-2285.

The Deli, 309 White, Parker Millsap, 10 p.m., 329-3534. (Norman)

Oklahoma Arts Council presents “Oklahoma Gold” works by Michael Jones, East Gallery of

Red Piano Lounge, 1 Park Ave., Gary

state Capitol , 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2931.

Johnson, 5 p.m., 702-8555.

Annual Small Works Show, Norman Depot, 200 S Jones, 307-9320. (Norman)


WIMGO EVENTS The narrative paintings of Denise Duong and a selection of small works by gallery artists, JRB Art at

NOVEMBER 21 - DECEMBER 5 Steve Winwood, 8 p.m., WinStar World Casino & Hotel, Exit 1, I-35, (580) 276-3100. (Thackerville)

Sliders, 2616 S I-35 Service Road,

Rick Ross, Meek Mill and Wale, 8

Riverwind Casino, 1544 W State

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

Highway 9, Kristen Stehr, 9 p.m., 3226000. (Norman)

Stoney LaRue, 8 p.m., Riverwind

Dan McGuinness Pub, 1003 SW

Casino, 1544 W State Highway 9, 3226000. (Norman)

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

Mike Black and the Stingrays, 9 p.m., 672-6306.

the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 528-6336.

“Forever Family,” by Sue Hale and benefitting the OKC Educare Program, In Your Eye Studio & Gallery, 3005 Paseo, 525-2161.

History of Significance of Oklahoma Writers Exhibit, Oklahoma

Bart Crow, 9 p.m., Wormy Dog

Mickey Mantle’s Steakhouse, 7

Saloon, 311 E Sheridan, 601-6276.

S Mickey Mantle, Dustin Prinz Duo, 7 p.m., 272-0777.

“The Flying Jewels,” Works By

LIVE MUSIC

Stacey D. Miller & Zeke and Marty Zewick, Paseo Originals, 2920 Paseo, 604-6602.

Blue Fire Grille at Waterford Marriott, 6300 Waterford, Burton Band, 9

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

p.m., 848-4782.

Red Piano Lounge, 1 Park Ave.,

Cowboy Artists of America 47th Annual Exhibition and Sale, National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, 1700 NE 63, 478-2250.

Red Piano Lounge, 1 Park Ave.,

Elspeth Brown, 5 p.m., 702-8555.

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

Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar and Grill, 777 Casino Way, Suite 1,

Belle Isle Restaurant & Brewery,

Brother Sharp, 9 p.m., (580) 276-9966. (Thackerville)

1900 Northwest Expressway, Luke Dick and Red Bud Revival, 9 p.m., 840-1911.

Ave, Nicnos, 9 p.m., 228-0087.

Tapwerks Ale House and Café Bricktown, 121 E Sheridan, 100

23 CONCERTS 7th Annual Leftover Turkey with Jason Boland and The Stragglers and Turnpike Troubadours, 8:30 p.m., Cain’s Ballroom, 423 N Main, (918) 584-2306. (Tulsa)

Graham Colton, 8 p.m., The Blue Door, 2805 N McKinley, 524-0738. Kenny Rogers, 8 p.m., Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, 777 W Cherokee, (918) 266-4352. (Catoosa)

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

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

2100 NE 52, 602-3760.

Helen Boren’s Fall Colors, Summer

“Small Gems,” Art Group Gallery,

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

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

“Heritage of the Plains,” works

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

by Thomas Stotts, Adelante! Gallery, 3003 Paseo, 525-4039.

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

“Images in Time,” a Retrospective of Screen-Printing & Black&White Photography, Donna Nigh Gallery

The Point After Club, 6800 S I

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

W Memorial, Stars, 9 p.m., 752-0485

N Rockwell, Mike Baldwin, 8 p.m., 239-4242.

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

Remington Park Racing and Casino, 1 Remington Place, Scott Keeton, 7 p.m., 424-1000.

Tower Art Center, 510 South Dewey Ave., (918) 336-4949. (Bartlesville)

Richard III, 8 p.m., Reduxion Theatre Company, 1613 N Broadway, 651-3191.

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

Theatre, 222 NW 15, 609-1023.

JJ’s Alley, 212 E Sheridan, Billy Sul-

“A Territorial Christmas Carol,” 8

livan, 10 p.m., 605-4543.

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

UCO Jazz Lab, 100 E 5, Brian Gorrell

HAPPENINGS Christmas in the Park, 6 p.m., Yukon

ern, Meanstreak, 9 p.m., 619-3939.

The Deli, 309 White, The Dizzy Pickers, 7 p.m., 329-3534. (Norman) The Deli, 309 White, Captain Comfy, 10 p.m., 329-3534. (Norman)

City Park, Freedom Trail and Chisholm Trail Park,, 350-8937. (Yukon)

Annual Small Works Show, Norman Depot, 200 S Jones, 307-9320. (Norman) The narrative paintings of Denise Duong and a selection of small works by gallery artists, JRB Art at

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

SAT

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Remington Park Racing and Casino, 1 Remington Place, Scott Keeton, 7 p.m., 424-1000.

JJ’s Alley, 212 E Sheridan, Tim Bays, 6:30 p.m., 605-4543. JJ’s Alley, 212 E Sheridan, Parker Milsap, 10 p.m., 605-4543.

chants, 8 p.m., 359-7989. (Edmond)

CONCERTS

Oklahoma City Limits, 4801 S Eastern, Slapnutz, 9 p.m., 619-3939.

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

The Deli, 309 White, Hosty Duo, 10 p.m., 329-3534. (Norman)

Willie Nelson and Lukas Nelson, 7:30 p.m., WinStar World Casino & Hotel, Exit 1, I-35, (580) 276-3100. (Thackerville)

the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 528-6336.

No Bragging Rights, Alters and “Forever Family,” by Sue Hale and benefitting the OKC Educare Program, In Your Eye Studio & Gallery, 3005 Paseo, 525-2161.

Forever Came Calling, 6:30 p.m., The Conservatory, 8911 N Western, 879-9778.

Calibre 50, Banda Carnaval y Adikto, “The Flying Jewels,” Works By Stacey D. Miller & Zeke and Marty Zewick, Paseo Originals, 2920 Paseo, 604-6602.

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

Downtown in December,

UCO Jazz Lab, 100 E 5, Groove Mer-

Rob Barron’s “Excavation,” 8 p.m.,

“The Wizard of Oz,” 8 p.m., Poteet

Oklahoma City Limits, 4801 S East-

state Capitol , 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2931.

THEATER

JJ’s Alley, 212 E Sheridan, Rogers and

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

Oklahoma Arts Council presents “Oklahoma Gold” works by Michael Jones, East Gallery of

“Marco Sassone: Architecture and Nature” art exhibit, Price

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

Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701

Downtown, 235-3500.

Center, 1000 Stanton L Young Blvd., 271-2285.

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

35 Service Road, Rick Toops, 9 p.m., 778-8166.

UCO, 100 N University Drive, 9742432. (Edmond)

“E.CO,” The Untitled Artspace, 1 NE

Dan O’Brien’s Public House, 2747

Loony Bin Comedy Club, 8503

Street Haunted House, 2005 NW 10, 232-1816.

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

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

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

NIGHT LIFE

Terror on 10th Street Haunted Productions presents: “A Haunted Thanksgiving,” 7 p.m., Terror on 10th

American Moderns, 1910-1960:

Bones, 9 p.m., 319-9599.

35 Service Road, Rick Toops, 9 p.m., 778-8166.

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

9309 N Pennsylvania, 607-4669.

Woody’s Sports Bar and Grill, 2501

Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701

FRI

LIVE MUSIC

Photography Exhibit: “Silent Witnesses,” OU Health Sciences

The Point After Club, 6800 S I of Screen-Printing & Black&White Photography, Donna Nigh Gallery at UCO, 100 N University Drive, 9742432. (Edmond)

Cowboy Artists of America 47th Annual Exhibition and Sale,

3, 815-9995.

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

“Images in Time,” a Retrospective

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

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

Whiskey Chicks Parlor, 115 E Reno

Helen Boren’s Fall Colors, Summer

“Heritage of the Plains,” works by Thomas Stotts, Adelante! Gallery, 3003 Paseo, 525-4039.

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

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

History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-6676.

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

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

Film ‘The Mystery in Old Bathbath’ and Quintron and Miss Pussycat, 9 p.m., Opolis Production LLC, 113 N Crawford (Norman)

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

8th Annual Cancer Sucks Concert with Saving Abel, Texas Hippy Coalition and Aranda, 5:45 p.m., Cain’s Ballroom, 423 N Main, (918) 5842306. (Tulsa)

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

Riverwind Casino, 1544 W State Highway 9, 411 Band, 9 p.m., 3226000. (Norman) Red Piano Lounge, 1 Park Ave., Grant Stevens, 10 p.m., 702-8555.

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

Tapwerks Ale House and Café Bricktown, 121 E Sheridan, Dante and The Hawks, 9 p.m., 319-9599.

Dan O’Brien’s Public House, 2747 W Memorial, M.I.C., 9 p.m., 752-0485.

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WIMGO EVENTS NIGHT LIFE Loony Bin Comedy Club, 8503 N Rockwell, Mike Baldwin, 8 p.m., 239-4242.

THEATER

NOVEMBER 21 - DECEMBER 5 Annual Small Works Show,

Nancy Werneke exhibit, North

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

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

The narrative paintings of Denise Duong and a selection of small works by gallery artists, JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 528-6336.

Jewel Box Theatre Presents Rob Barron’s “Excavation,” 8 p.m., Jewel Box Theatre, 3700 N Walker, 521-1786.

“Forever Family,” by Sue Hale and benefitting the OKC Educare Program, In Your Eye Studio & Gallery, 3005 Paseo, 525-2161.

Richard III, 8 p.m., Reduxion Theatre Company, 1613 N Broadway, 651-3191.

“The Wizard of Oz,” 8 p.m., Poteet Theatre, 222 NW 15, 609-1023.

HAPPENINGS

“The Flying Jewels,” Works By Stacey D. Miller & Zeke and Marty Zewick, Paseo Originals, 2920 Paseo, 604-6602. Artwork by Kim Norton, 50 Penn Place Art Gallery, 1900 Northwest Expressway, 848-5567.

Christmas in the Park, 6 p.m., Yukon City Park, Freedom Trail and Chisholm Trail Park, 350-8937. (Yukon)

Cowboy Artists of America 47th Annual Exhibition and Sale,

“Pablo Picasso’s Woman,” Fred

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

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

Helen Boren’s Fall Colors, Summer

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

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

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

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

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

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

Terror on 10th Street Haunted Productions presents: “A Haunted Thanksgiving,” 7 p.m., Terror on 10th Street Haunted House, 2005 NW 10, 232-1816.

“Heritage of the Plains,” works by Thomas Stotts, Adelante! Gallery, 3003 Paseo, 525-4039.

Downtown in December Downtown, 235-3500.

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

SUN

25 LIVE MUSIC JJ’s Alley, 212 E Sheridan, Open Mic with Jesse Cahn, 8 p.m., 605-4543. Friends Restaurant & Club, 3705

Oklahoma Arts Council presents “Oklahoma Gold” works by Michael Jones, East Gallery of state Capitol , 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2931.

The narrative paintings of Denise Duong and a selection of small works by gallery artists, JRB Art at

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HAPPENINGS Christmas in the Park, 6 p.m., Yukon City Park, Freedom Trail and Chisholm Trail Park, 350-8937. (Yukon)

“Pablo Picasso’s Woman,” Fred

CONCERTS Unearth, Born Of Osiris, The Contortionist, Obey The Brave, Wolves At The Gate and Gohma,

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

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

5th Street Jazz Collective, 7:30 p.m., UCO Lab, 100 E 5, 359-7989. (Edmond)

NIGHT LIFE

lery, 3005 Paseo, 525-2161.

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

LIVE MUSIC

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

“The Flying Jewels,” Works By

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

Loony Bin Comedy Club, 8503

Stacey D. Miller & Zeke and Marty Zewick, Paseo Originals, 2920 Paseo, 604-6602.

N Rockwell, Mike Baldwin, 8 p.m., 239-4242.

Cowboy Artists of America 47th Annual Exhibition and Sale,

THEATER

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

Jewel Box Theatre Presents Rob Barron’s “Excavation,” 2:30 p.m.,

Thanksgiving Celebration with Guided Tours, Chickasaw Nation

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

Richard III, 2 p.m., Reduxion Theatre Company, 1613 N Broadway, 651-3191.

Cultural Center, 867 Charles F Cooper Memorial Dr, (580) 622-7130. (Sulphur)

Downtown in December, Downtown, 235-3500.

HAPPENINGS Christmas in the Park, 6 p.m., Yukon

MON

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The Deli, 309 White, Parker Millsap, 7 p.m., 329-3534. (Norman)

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

Red Piano Lounge, 1 Park Ave.,

800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-0765.

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

Photography Exhibit: “Silent Witnesses,” OU Health Sciences

Oklahoma Arts Council presents “Oklahoma Gold” works by Michael Jones, East Gallery of state Capitol , 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2931.

the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 528-6336.

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

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

Grant Wells, 5 p.m., 702-8555.

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

Art, 415 Couch Drive, 236-3100.

The narrative paintings of Denise Duong and a selection of small works by gallery artists, JRB Art at

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

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

2100 NE 52, 602-3760.

Center, 1000 Stanton L Young Blvd., 271-2285.

“The Wizard of Oz,” 3 p.m., Poteet Theatre, 222 NW 15, 609-1023.

CONCERTS

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

HAPPENINGS Christmas in the Park, 6 p.m., Yukon City Park, Freedom Trail and Chisholm Trail Park, 350-8937. (Yukon)

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

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

Artwork by Kim Norton, 50 Penn Black Tusk, 8 p.m., The Chameleon Room, 3034 N Portland.

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

LIVE MUSIC

“Images in Time,” a Retrospective of Screen-Printing & Black&White Photography, Donna Nigh Gallery

2100 NE 52, 602-3760.

at UCO, 100 N University Drive, 9742432. (Edmond)

“Small Gems,” Art Group Gallery,

Downtown in December, Down-

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

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

2100 NE 52, 602-3760.

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

9309 N Pennsylvania, 607-4669.

JJ’s Alley, 212 E Sheridan, Joel American Moderns, 1910-1960: From O’Keeffe to Rockwell, fiftyseven works from the Brooklyn Museum, Oklahoma City Museum of Art, 415 Couch Drive, 236-3100.

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state Capitol , 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2931.

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

“Forever Family,” by Sue Hale and benefitting the OKC Educare Program, In Your Eye Studio & Gal-

The Deli, 309 White, Mike Hosty, 9

“Pablo Picasso’s Woman,” Fred

Center, 1000 Stanton L Young Blvd., 271-2285.

Oklahoma Arts Council presents “Oklahoma Gold” works by Michael Jones, East Gallery of

Oklahoma City Thunder vs Charlotte Bobcats, 7 p.m., Chesa-

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

Oklahoma City 4th Saturday Gospel Sing, 7 p.m., Oklahoma City

Photography Exhibit: “Silent Witnesses,” OU Health Sciences

Center, 1000 Stanton L Young Blvd., 271-2285.

TUE

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

City Park, Freedom Trail and Chisholm Trail Park, 350-8937. (Yukon)

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

SPORTS Photography Exhibit: “Silent Witnesses,” OU Health Sciences

the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 528-6336.

W Memorial, No BS Blues Jam, 6 p.m., 751-4057.

SPIRITUAL

First Church of The Nazarene, 4400 Northwest Expressway, 843-9588.

The Deli, 309 White, Damn Quails, 10 p.m., 329-3534. (Norman)

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

town, 235-3500.

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

800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-0765.


WIMGO EVENTS

NOVEMBER 21 - DECEMBER 5

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

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

Photography Exhibit: “Silent Witnesses,” OU Health Sciences

JJ’s Alley, 212 E Sheridan, Mitch

Center, 1000 Stanton L Young Blvd., 271-2285.

Art, 415 Couch Drive, 236-3100.

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

“E.CO,” The Untitled Artspace, 1 NE

The Deli, 309 White, Scott Strand-

3, 815-9995.

Photography Exhibit: “Silent Witnesses,” OU Health Sciences

state Capitol , 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2931.

Eastern, Sammy Mitchell, 7:30 p.m., 619-3939.

Oklahoma Arts Council presents “Oklahoma Gold” works by Michael Jones, East Gallery of

Annual Small Works Show, Norman Depot, 200 S Jones, 307-9320. (Norman)

The Deli, 309 White, John Calvin, 7 p.m., 329-3534. (Norman)

state Capitol , 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2931.

Red Piano Lounge, 1 Park Ave., Tara

Annual Small Works Show, Norman Depot, 200 S Jones, 307-9320. (Norman)

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

Avanti Bar and Grill, 13509 Highland

David Morris, 5 p.m., 702-8555.

Park Blvd., Edgar Cruz, 8 p.m., 2545200.

NIGHT LIFE Loony Bin Comedy Club, 8503 N

The narrative paintings of Denise Duong and a selection of small works by gallery artists, JRB Art at

SPORTS Oklahoma City Thunder vs Houston Rockets, 7 p.m., Chesapeake Energy Arena, 100 W Reno, 602-8700.

604-6602.

HAPPENINGS

Cocktail Closing Reception of “Unconventional Wisdom” exhibit,

Christmas in the Park, 6 p.m., Yukon

Loony Bin Comedy Club, 8503 N “The Flying Jewels,” Works By Stacey D. Miller & Zeke and Marty Zewick, Paseo Originals, 2920 Paseo, 604-6602.

Rockwell, Pat Dixon, 8 p.m., 239-4242.

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

Jewel Box Theatre Presents Rob Barron’s “Excavation,” 8 p.m.,

Nonprofit Visions Awards Dinner, 6:30 p.m., Oklahoma City Golf & Country Club, 7000 NW Grand Blvd., 463-6886. (Nichols Hills)

Downtown in December, Downtown, 235-3500.

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

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

28 CONCERTS Ryan Reid, 9 p.m., Wormy Dog Saloon, 311 E Sheridan, 601-6276. Live Music

Grand Casino, 777 Grand Casino Blvd., Amanda Coffee, 7 p.m., (405) 964-7263. (Shawnee)

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

Oklahoma Children’s Theatre Presents “A Christmas Carol,” 11

Downtown in December,

a.m., Oklahoma Children’s Theatre, 2501 N Blackwelder, 951-0011.

Downtown, 235-3500.

“The Wizard of Oz,” 8 p.m., Poteet Theatre, 222 NW 15, 609-1023.

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HAPPENINGS Christmas in the Park, 6 p.m., Yukon City Park, Freedom Trail and Chisholm Trail Park, 350-8937. (Yukon)

“Pablo Picasso’s Woman,” Fred

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

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

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

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

2100 NE 52, 602-3760.

WED

THEATER

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

THU

CONCERTS Chesapeake Energy’s “The Christmas Show,” 7:30 p.m., Civic Center Music Hall, 201 N Walker, 297-2264.

“Small Gems,” Art Group Gallery, 9309 N Pennsylvania, 607-4669.

Scott Nolan, 8 p.m., The Blue Door, 2805 N Mckinley, 524-0738.

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

LIVE MUSIC

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

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

800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-0765.

“Small Gems,” Art Group Gallery,

American Moderns, 1910-1960:

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

9309 N Pennsylvania, 607-4669.

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

McSalty’s Pizza, 3000 N Portland,

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

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

Every Thursday Open Mic/Acoustic Night, 9 p.m., 943-3637.

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

Remington Park Racing and Casino, 1 Remington Place, 411, 7 p.m.,

The narrative paintings of Denise Duong and a selection of small works by gallery artists, JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 528-6336.

Helen Boren’s Fall Colors, Summer

City Park, Freedom Trail and Chisholm Trail Park, 350-8937. (Yukon)

Center, 1000 Stanton L Young Blvd., 271-2285.

FRI

30 CONCERTS Chesapeake Energy’s “The Christmas Show,” 8 p.m., Civic Center Music Hall, 201 N Walker, 297-2264.

NIGHT LIFE

the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 528-6336.

“Pablo Picasso’s Woman,” Fred Place Art Gallery, 1900 Northwest Expressway, 848-5567.

Dillard, 5 p.m., 702-8555.

Rockwell, Pat Dixon, 8 p.m., 239-4242.

the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 528-6336.

Artwork by Kim Norton, 50 Penn

Photography Exhibit: “Silent Witnesses,” OU Health Sciences

The Deli, 309 White, Deli All Star

state Capitol , 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2931.

6:30 p.m., Paseo Originals, 2920 Paseo, 604-6602.

Woogie Christmas, 8 p.m., 359-7989. (Edmond)

Oklahoma City Limits, 4801 S

Red Piano Lounge, 1 Park Ave.,

“The Flying Jewels,” Works By Stacey D. Miller & Zeke and Marty Zewick, Paseo Originals, 2920 Paseo,

UCO Jazz Lab, 100 E 5, Boogie

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

berg, 7 p.m., 329-3534. (Norman)

Oklahoma Arts Council presents “Oklahoma Gold” works by Michael Jones, East Gallery of

The narrative paintings of Denise Duong and a selection of small works by gallery artists, JRB Art at

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

Oklahoma Arts Council presents “Oklahoma Gold” works by Michael Jones, East Gallery of

Center, 1000 Stanton L Young Blvd., 271-2285.

Annual Small Works Show, Norman Depot, 200 S Jones, 307-9320. (Norman)

JJ’s Alley, 212 E Sheridan, Rick Jawn-

800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-0765.

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

“Forever Family,” by Sue Hale and benefitting the OKC Educare Program, In Your Eye Studio & Gallery, 3005 Paseo, 525-2161.

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

“The Flying Jewels,” Works By Stacey D. Miller & Zeke and Marty Zewick, Paseo Originals, 2920 Paseo,

John Fullbright and Alica Witt, 8 p.m., The Blue Door, 2805 N Mckinley, 524-0738. Keller Williams, 9 p.m., Cain’s Ballroom, 423 N Main, (918) 584-2306. (Tulsa) Kevin Fowler, 9 p.m., Wormy Dog Saloon, 311 E Sheridan, 601-6276. One Faith, Above The Madness, Burning The Thorns and Piercing The Darkness, 8 p.m., The Hidden Castle, 1309 24 SW, 701-0870. (Norman)

604-6602.

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

“Color and Shape,” Macro Photography by Michael Wyman, Visions

Coheed and Cambria, The Dear Hunter and Three, 7 p.m., Diamond

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

Ballroom, 8001 S Eastern, 677-9169.

Artwork by Kim Norton, 50 Penn

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

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

“Heritage of the Plains,” works by Thomas Stotts, Adelante! Gallery, 3003 Paseo, 525-4039. Downtown in December, Downtown, 235-3500.

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

UCO Choral Ensemble Concert, 7:30 p.m., Mitchell Hall Theater at UCO, 100 N University Drive, 974-3375. (Edmond)

“A Territorial Christmas Carol,” 8 p.m., Pollard Theatre, 120 W Harrison, 282-2800. (Guthrie) Like Moths To Flames and The Plot In You, 6:30 p.m., The Conservatory, 8911 N Western, 879-9778.

UCO Music Theatre presents Boogie-Woogie Christmas, UCO Music Theatre, UCO Jazz Lab, 100 E 5, 8 p.m., 359-7989. (Edmond)

Thieving Birds, 9:30 p.m. Tumbleweed Dance Hall and Concert Arena, 5212 Lakeview Drive. (Stillwater)

Art, 415 Couch Drive, 236-3100.

424-1000.

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LIVE MUSIC

NIGHT LIFE

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

Blue Fire Grille at Waterford Marriott, 6300 Waterford, Burton Band, 9

Loony Bin Comedy Club, 8503 N Rockwell, Pat Dixon, 8 p.m., 239-4242.

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

THEATER

The Point After Club, 6800 S I 35

p.m., 848-4782. Service Road, Stinnett Brothers, 9 p.m., 778-8166.

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

Jewel Box Theatre Presents Rob Barron’s “Excavation,” 8 p.m., Jewel Box Theatre, 3700 N Walker, 521-1786.

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

Jamie Bramble, 8 p.m., 235-4410.

“A Christmas Carol,” 11 a.m. and

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

Woody’s Sports Bar and Grill, 2501

8 p.m., Oklahoma Children’s Theatre, 2501 N Blackwelder, 951-0011.

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

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

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

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

Grand Casino, 777 Grand Casino

“The Wizard of Oz,” 8 p.m., Poteet Theatre, 222 NW 15, 609-1023.

Blvd., Lower 40, 9 p.m., (405) 9647263. (Shawnee)

“Junie B. Jones in Jingle Bells, Bat-

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

Oklahoma City Limits, 4801 S Eastern, The Pulse, 9 p.m., 619-3939. Belle Isle Restaurant & Brewery, 1900 Northwest Expressway, Equilibrium, 9 p.m., 840-1911.

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

man Smells,” 11 a.m. and 12:45 p.m., Oklahoma Children’s Theatre, 2501 N Blackwelder, 606-7003.

THEATER Rob Barron’s “Excavation,” 8 p.m.,

Remington Park Racing and Casino, 1 Remington Place, 411, 9 p.m.,

SPORTS

424-1000.

Oklahoma City Thunder vs Utah Jazz, 7 p.m., Chesapeake Energy

“A Christmas Carol,” 8 p.m.,

JJ’s Alley, 212 E Sheridan, Rogers and

Arena, 100 W Reno, 602-8700.

Oklahoma Children’s Theatre, 2501 N Blackwelder, 951-0011.

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

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

HAPPENINGS JJ’s Alley, 212 E Sheridan, North

Photography Exhibit: “Silent Witnesses,” OU Health Sciences

Meets South, 10 p.m., 605-4543.

Christmas in the Park, 6 p.m., Yukon

Oklahoma City Limits, 4801 S East-

City Park, Freedom Trail and Chisholm Trail Park, 350-8937. (Yukon)

Center, 1000 Stanton L Young Blvd., 271-2285.

“Pablo Picasso’s Woman,” Fred

Oklahoma Arts Council presents “Oklahoma Gold” works by Michael Jones, East Gallery of

ern, 36 Inches, 9 p.m., 619-3939.

The Deli, 309 White, My So Called Band, 10 p.m., 329-3534. (Norman) Belle Isle Restaurant & Brewery, 1900 Northwest Expressway, Defining Times, 9 p.m., 840-1911.

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

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

state Capitol , 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2931.

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

Annual Small Works Show, Norman Depot, 200 S Jones, 307-9320. (Norman)

Dan McGuinness Pub, 1003 SW 19,

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

The narrative paintings of Denise Duong and a selection of small works by gallery artists, JRB Art at

Iris, 9 p.m., 703-3367. (Moore)

2100 NE 52, 602-3760.

the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 528-6336.

Mickey Mantle’s Steakhouse, 7

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

Riverwind Casino, 1544 W State Highway 9, Scott Keeton, 9 p.m., 3226000. (Norman)

S Mickey Mantle, Drive, 7 p.m., 2720777.

Red Piano Lounge, 1 Park Ave., Christian Pearson, 10 p.m., 702-8555.

Red Piano Lounge, 1 Park Ave., Elspeth Brown, 5 p.m., 702-8555.

Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar and Grill, 777 Casino Way, Suite 1, Trent

800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-0765.

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

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

Tiger Acoustic, 9 p.m., (580) 276-9966. (Thackerville)

Oklahoma City Chickasaw Elders Council’s Annual Native American Craft Show, 9 a.m., Graceway Baptist

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

Amahl and the Night Visitors, 11 a.m., SNU, 6729 NW 39 Expressway, 491-6345. (Bethany)

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

“The Wizard of Oz,” 8 p.m., Poteet Theatre, 222 NW 15, 609-1023.

Church, 1100 SW 104, 895-6162.

Downtown in December, Downtown, 235-3500.

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

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Casey Donahew Band and Matt Stell and The Crashers, 8:30 p.m., Cain’s Ballroom, 423 N Main, (918) 584-2306. (Tulsa)

Dead Sea Choir and Feathered Rabbit, 9 p.m., Opolis Production LLC,

“Junie B. Jones in Jingle Bells, Batman Smells,” 2 p.m., Oklahoma Children’s Theatre, 2501 N Blackwelder, 606-7003.

“A Territorial Christmas Carol,” 2 and 8 p.m., Pollard Theatre, 120 W Harrison, 282-2800. (Guthrie)

113 N Crawford (Norman)

HAPPENINGS Max Stalling, 9 p.m., Wormy Dog Saloon, 311 E Sheridan, 601-6276.

Christmas in the Park, 6 p.m., Yukon

“The Flying Jewels,” Works By

LIVE MUSIC

City Park, Freedom Trail and Chisholm Trail Park, 350-8937. (Yukon)

Stacey D. Miller & Zeke and Marty Zewick, Paseo Originals, 2920 Paseo, 604-6602.

Ingrid’s Kitchen, 3701 N Youngs,

“Pablo Picasso’s Woman,” Fred

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

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

Blue Fire Grille at Waterford Marriott, 6300 Waterford, Burton Band, 9

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

“Color and Shape,” Macro Photography by Michael Wyman, Visions In The Paseo Art Gallery, 2924 Paseo, 557-1229.

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

CONCERTS Chesapeake Energy’s “The Christmas Show,” 2 and 8 p.m., Civic Center Music Hall, 201 N Walker, 297-2264.

John Fullbright and Alica Witt, 8 p.m., The Blue Door, 2805 N McKinley, 524-0738.

p.m., 848-4782.

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

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

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

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NOVEMBER 21 - DECEMBER 5 LIVE MUSIC

Photography Exhibit: “Silent Witnesses,” OU Health Sciences

HAPPENINGS

HAPPENINGS

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

Center, 1000 Stanton L Young Blvd., 271-2285.

Christmas in the Park, 6 p.m., Yukon

Christmas in the Park, 6 p.m., Yukon

City Park, Freedom Trail and Chisholm Trail Park, 350-8937. (Yukon)

City Park, Freedom Trail and Chisholm Trail Park, 350-8937. (Yukon)

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

Oklahoma Arts Council presents “Oklahoma Gold” works by Michael Jones, East Gallery of

“Pablo Picasso’s Woman,” Fred

The Deli, 309 White, Mike Hosty, 9

state Capitol , 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2931.

9309 N Pennsylvania, 607-4669.

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

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

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

“Forever Family,” by Sue Hale and

Art, 415 Couch Drive, 236-3100.

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

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

benefitting the OKC Educare Program, In Your Eye Studio & Gallery, 3005 Paseo, 525-2161.

Center, 1000 Stanton L Young Blvd., 271-2285.

Loony Bin Comedy Club, 8503 N Rockwell, Pat Dixon, 8 p.m., 239-4242.

“The Flying Jewels,” works By Stacey D. Miller & Zeke and Marty Zewick, Paseo Originals, 2920 Paseo, 604-6602.

Oklahoma Arts Council presents “Oklahoma Gold” works by Michael Jones, East Gallery of

THEATER

“Color and Shape,” Macro Photog-

Rob Barron’s “Excavation,” 2:30

state Capitol , 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-2931.

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

raphy by Michael Wyman, Visions In The Paseo Art Gallery, 2924 Paseo, 557-1229.

Photography Exhibit: “Silent Witnesses,” OU Health Sciences

Downtown in December, Down-

Annual Small Works Show, Norman Depot, 200 S Jones, 307-9320. (Norman)

“A Christmas Carol,” 2 p.m., Oklahoma Children’s Theatre, 2501 N Blackwelder, 951-0011.

“Color and Shape,” Macro Photography by Michael Wyman, Visions

“The Wizard of Oz,” 3 p.m., Poteet Theatre, 222 NW 15, 609-1023.

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

“Junie B. Jones in Jingle Bells, BatArtwork by Kim Norton, 50 Penn Place Art Gallery, 1900 Northwest Expressway, 848-5567. Saturdays for Kids Old-Fashioned Ornament-Making, 10 a.m., National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, 1700 NE 63, 478-2250.

man Smells,” 2 p.m., Oklahoma Children’s Theatre, 2501 N Blackwelder, 606-7003.

A Territorial Christmas Carol, 2 p.m., Pollard Theatre, 120 W Harrison, 282-2800. (Guthrie)

HAPPENINGS

Downtown in December, Downtown, 235-3500.

Christmas in the Park, 6 p.m., Yukon City Park, Freedom Trail and Chisholm Trail Park, 350-8937. (Yukon)

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

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

CONCERTS The Sword and Gypsyhawk, 7 p.m., Eclipse Cultural House, 1336 E 6 (Tulsa)

Kinky Friedman, 8 p.m., The Blue Door, 2805 N Mckinley, 524-0738.

Sam Baker, 7 p.m., The Performing Arts Studio, 200 S Jones, 307-9320. (Norman)

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

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

town, 235-3500.

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

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

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

Ghostland Observatory, 8:30 p.m., Cain’s Ballroom, 423 N Main, (918) 584-2306. (Tulsa) Seth Glier, 8 p.m., The Blue Door, 2805 N McKinley, 524-0738.

NIGHT LIFE Loony Bin Comedy Club, 8503 N Rockwell, Sean Kent, 8 p.m., 2394242.

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

THEATER

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

“Junie B. Jones in Jingle Bells, Batman Smells,” 11 a.m., Oklahoma Chil-

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

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

2100 NE 52, 602-3760.

HAPPENINGS “Miracle of Art,” Art Group Gallery, 9309 N Pennsylvania, 607-4669.

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

dren’s Theatre, 2501 N Blackwelder, 606-7003.

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

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

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

Art, 415 Couch Drive, 236-3100.

Art, 415 Couch Drive, 236-3100.

Jesse Bartley Milam exhibit, Cher-

“E.CO,” The Untitled Artspace, 1 NE

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

3, 815-9995.

Christmas in the Park, 6 p.m., Yukon City Park, Freedom Trail and Chisholm Trail Park, 350-8937. (Yukon)

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

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

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

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

Annual Small Works Show, Norman Depot, 200 S Jones, 307-9320. (Norman)

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

“Miracle of Art,” Art Group Gallery, 9309 N Pennsylvania, 607-4669.

CONCERTS

“Color and Shape,” Macro Photography by Michael Wyman, Visions In The Paseo Art Gallery, 2924 Paseo, 557-1229.

“Color and Shape,” Macro Photography by Michael Wyman, Visions

800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-0765.

The Mountain Goats, 8 p.m., Cain’s Ballroom, 423 N Main, (918) 5842306. (Tulsa)

Artwork by Kim Norton, 50 Penn

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

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

Larry Gatlin and The Gatlin Brothers, 7 p.m., Osage Event Center, 951 W 36 N (Tulsa)

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

Downtown in December, Downtown, 235-3500.

Old Crow Medicine Show and Chuck Mead and His Grassy Knoll Boys, 8 p.m., Diamond Ballroom, 8001 S Eastern, 677-9169.

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

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

Art, 415 Couch Drive, 236-3100.

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

town, 235-3500.

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Photography Exhibit: “Silent Witnesses,” OU Health Sciences

WED

Center, 1000 Stanton L Young Blvd., 271-2285.

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Annual Small Works Show, Norman Depot, 200 S Jones, 307-9320. (Norman)

Sauced on Paseo, 2912 Paseo, The Riff Wreath, 6:30 p.m., 521-9801.

THEATER

NIGHT LIFE

“Junie B. Jones in Jingle Bells, Bat-

Othello’s, 434 Buchanan, Othello’s

man Smells,” 11 a.m., Oklahoma Children’s Theatre, 2501 N Blackwelder, 606-7003.

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

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

Seth Glier, 8 p.m., The Blue Door, 2805 N Mckinley, 524-0738.

Artwork by Kim Norton, 50 Penn Place Art Gallery, 1900 Northwest Expressway, 848-5567. Downtown in December, Downtown, 235-3500.

SPIRITUAL Esther Women Series, 11:30 a.m.,

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

St Luke’s United Methodist Church, 222 NW 15, 232-1371.

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2009 Lincoln Town Car 45,000 mi, $17,500, 405-769-8303

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2012 Kia Sportage EX, Leather, PanaRoof, UVO, +++, Certified, A STEAL AT $23K. 405-833-3232

2010 ML350 Sport, Carfax Cert. MB Warr, Nav, $28,950 MbForLess.com 972-243-3400 2012 XJ, 10K mi, Carfax Cert, Warr/Maint, As New $58,950 JagsForLess.com 972-243-3400

2010 E550 Pano, P2 Sport, MB Warr, Carfax Cert. $37,450 MbForLess.com 972-243-3400

'09 XK 4.2 Coupe, 23K mi, $41,950 Carfax Cert, As New JagsForLess.com 972-243-3400

2010 E350, Pano Sport, Nav, MB Warr $33,950 Carfax Cert. MbForLess.com 972-243-3400

'08 XK Conv. 9K mi, Carfax Cert, As New $44,950 JagsForLess.com 972-243-3400

'09 C300, Carfax Cert., MB Warr, As New $19,950 MbForLess.com ¡ 972-243-3400

2011 Chevy Silverado 1500 Crew Cab, V8, white, 24K miles, $23,450, call 405-235-8573. '96 Dodge 1 ton, 65K actual miles, still looks new & 4 horse trailer with living quarters, not used much, both $17,000 will separate. 885-2572 2006 Ford F250 Lariat Diesel 4wd black, looks & runs great, 1owner, 181K miles, $17900 580-512-9859 '93 Ford F350 1 ton diesel motor, $1,500. 885-2572 1991 GMC Sierra 1500 good cond, $2500. 405-712-4985


National DME Company is looking for a self-motivated individual to perform Clerical and Accounting functions for patient billing, including verification of invoice information, maintenance of third party billing records and resolution of a variety of problems. Follow up on submitted claims and patient billing; resubmit claims and resolve problems. Must have the ability to multi-task, work individually as well as working with others in a team environment. Must have the ability to read and comprehend instructions, correspondence and memos. Computer literate and use of Microsoft Office is a plus. Strong communication skills needed to correspond with insurance companies and patients. Experience is a plus, but willing to train an individual who is looking for the opportunity to learn a trade in the medical industry. Great benefits and growth opportunities. EOE/DFWP Submit resume to: Lincare, Inc., 4005 NW Expressway, Suite 210, Oklahoma City, OK 73116, Attn: Employment Opportunities OR fax resume to: 405-843-7102.

2012 Subaru Tribeca AWD 1,520 miles, heated & cooled seats, has safety features, Ruby Red $35,000. 405-641-3559 2011 Chevy Tahoe LTZ, white, 49K miles, $39,850, call 405-235-8573.

'98 Ford Explorer, Top of the Line 4X4, Beautiful! Loaded, runs great, all leather, new tune-up, brakes. Only 125K. $3,750 Cash. Edmond, 918-851-2223 '91 Ford Explorer XL, 4.0L, 129K, new tires, $1,850. 669-4094

05 Toyota 4Runner, 4wd, 1owner, extra clean $12800 405-570-6767

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

Established Norman CPA firm seeking experienced

TAX ACCOUNTANT (degree preferred) with bookkeeping experience for full-time position. Excellent pay, benefits & working environment. Fax/email resume to (405) 329-3158 resumes.acctg@yahoo.com Law Firm is seeking Accountant. Bachelor’s degree in accounting or related field req’d, Master’s preferred. Qualified applicants mail resume to: William Velie, Attorneys at Law, 210 E Main St. Ste 222, Norman, OK 73069.

Need 2 expereinced » HANDICAP» '02 FORD RAISED ROOF Braun lift. Tie downs. fully remote! 72mi lk new $12,900 » 590-3000 For Sale By Owner 2000 Honda Odyssey Vry good cond, 155,000 mi, One Owner $4,500. 405 361-4052

2007 Honda 1300 VTX-R $6350 Lots of extra, Garage kept & Clean! NW OKC, 405-410-7983

2005 Yamaha 125TTR, mint cond. Great Christmas gift! $1300. Text or call 405-664-1072

2000 Georgetown 32ft,one slide,new tires and brakes,generator,38,000 miles, very nice condition, 454 Chevy $20,500. 405-650-3652 2013 32 ft Premier TT, like new, super slide, loaded, washer/dryer, $18,700 obo ¡‘¡‘¡ 405-464-0159

TAX PREPARERS OR EA's For tax season. Tulsa. Exc pay & bonus. Come back every year! OKs largest single tax preparation firm. Will pay for lodging. Gardner's 918-250-7381

Payroll Clerk Oil and Gas Drilling Contractor needs experienced Payroll Clerk. Must have excellent Excel Skills. UltiPro experience is helpful but not required. If qualified apply or send resume to: Cactus Drilling Company, LLC 8300 SW 15th Oklahoma City, OK 73128 William Velie, Attorneys at Law, PLLC is seeking Financial Analyst. Must have a Master’s degree in acct., fin., or bus. adm. Qualified applicants mail resume to: 210 E Main St. Ste 222, Norman, OK 73069.

Administrative Assistant FT position with professional svcs org in Edmond. Responsibilities include formatting data and business documents, Interoffice comm, and other daily operations. Required experience with MS Office and general comp skills. Degree preferred. Email hr@fundsforlearning.com

1983 RV 33’’ Chieftan 38,000 miles 1 owner $3500 392-4854

CLERICAL POSITION OPEN

2012 37ft 5th wheel, 2 Airs, W/D, FP, $29,900 cell 406-260-5607

KEYBOARD EXPERIENCE REQUIRED; PHONE EXPERIENCE A +. BENEFITS. CALL 681-2332.

Office Assistant For locally owned downtown apartments. Computer, phone, email skills reqd. $9/hr, possible benefits. Email resumes to LFRETWELL@ SYCAMORESQUARESOUTH.COM

Receptionist position Full time with benefits. Bilingual. Clerical skills including MS Word & Excel required. Send resume to alaija@fdisok.com or PO Box 14827, OKC, OK 73113.

ARCHITECTURAL INTERN: B. of Arch. with 2+ years post graduate exp. needed by Norman firm. Production drawing and working knowledge of AutoCAD required. PDF submission of Resume, Portfolio, and Salary history may be made via e-mail to: reception@kaighn.com Kaighn Associates Architects, Inc. is an EOE and E-Verify employer. Atlantic-Meeco in McAlester, OK is seeking an experienced

AutoCAD draftsman. Experience with drawing structural steel is a plus. Please e-mail resume to gjones@atlantic-meeco.com

AUTOMOTIVE TECHS Now Hiring ‚ 203-0596

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

Dirt Superintendent Immediate opening in Cushing. Duties to include: managing site, scheduling, team direction, & quaility control. Travel required. 2 year degree & 7+ years exp. Competitive wages. Email resume to classifed1209@gmail.com


Foreman Cushing company with immediate openings for Concrete Foreman. Duties include scheduling crews and team direction. Travel required. Competitive wages. Email resume to classified1209@gmail.com

FRAMERS WANTED. OWN TRANSPORTATION REQUIRED. 306-0435 Get Paid For Your Experience Looking for experienced & responsible person with knowledge of basic construction. Room for advancement. (405) 471-5224 ask for Don

Material Handler Full time position in the extended Oklahoma City area to receive and warehouse aviation material. Experience handling aircraft parts desired. High school diploma and good driving record required. Drug testing mandatory. Equal opportunity employer offers medical, dental & AFLAC insurance. Fax resumes to 405-260-0992 or email hr@siiair.com Superintendent Cushing company is seeking Concrete Superintendents. Manage site, scheduling, team direction, & quality control. Travel required. 401K & competitive wages. Email resume to classified1209@gmail.com

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

CASHLAND Full-Time teller positions avail. Driven, out-going, reliable, passionate about customer service. Cash handling, retail exp. a plus, training provided.

CASHLAND Online Customer Service Representative position available. Strong phone and computer skills required, call center experience a plus, training provided. All positions include: Medical Plan, Paid Vacation, Holiday & Sick Pay, Company Paid 401K Valid Driver’s License Required Resumes in Word format to sbentson@cashlandok.com

Customer Service/Data Entry Hiring for the 2013 tax season in the Oklahoma City Area. Free training. Flexible hours. Premium pay. Many Locations available. Jackson Hewitt Tax Service 405-942-1980

High Energy Personal Assistant needed for male patient in south OKC. Experience with partial paralysis helpful. 691-0159

Piedmont Public Schools District Director of Technology Salary Negotiable. Contact: Jacky Parish 405-373-2311

AMERICAN CLEANERS is looking to hire FT pickup and delivery drivers for its expanding restoration division. $10/hour to start. Candidates must be very serviceoriented, have a good driving record and pass a pre-employment physical and drug test, minimum of 21 years of age. Moving/Packing experience a plus. Apply at 208 NW 132nd Street, OKC, OK 73114. ASST. MANAGER / LEASING For apt complex must have experience including heavy leasing required. Salary + apt and benefits, excellent career opportunity. Please call 495-6870. Canteen Vending Food Service Immediate opening filling vending machines. Exc Benefits/Salary/ Comm/DL Required/Drug Screen. Apply in person M-F, 9 to 12, 6101 NW 2nd, OKC, 495-8667. CASHIER - CUSTOMER SERVICE 4 Days a week $8.50/hour. Tips & benefits Apply at Red Carpet Car Wash Main Office 405-525-0066 2136 NW 39th Street Monday - Friday 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

CASHIERS FULL TIME/PART TIME Elite Thrift Store needs honest and dependable FT/PT Cashiers. Must be experienced. Apply in person 10am-2pm 834 W Edmond Rd, Edmond 405-340-5600

Crossroads Youth and Family Services now hiring in Norman and Moore •Head Start Teachers (AA Early Childhood/Development); •Early Head Start Teachers-CDA •Assistant Teacher (Experience with Children; •Support Staff (Entry-level) Competitive Salaries and Great Benefits Apply www.crossroadsyfs.org or fax (405) 292-6440 or email hrads@crossroadsyfs.com

HTS/Trainers - Now hiring individuals to work with adults with developmental disabilities in residential settings as Habilitation Training Specialist (HTS) FT & PT, evening & weekend shifts avail. $7.75-$8.75/hr. d.o.e. and training. Valid OK DL req'd. EARC offers great benefits: medical, dental & life insurance; vacation, sick & holiday pay; 403(b) Retirement Plan with Co. Matching! Send resume to marissadavis@coxinet.net or call 341-7132 or apply in person at 10 E. 9th St., Edmond, OK 73034.

IMMEDIATE HIRE OU STADIUM CLEAN UP CREW For Thanksgiving weekend. Please call 632-2222 Superior Staffing INSIDE SALES PART TIME IMMEDIATE OPENING APPLY AT Kelly Moore Paint Co. 2304 N May Ave. OKC MAINTENANCE/ MAKE READY POSITION SW Apts- knowledge of plumbing, floor tile, carpentry. Must have own tools. Background check & drug test reqd. Fax resume or apply: Cinnamon Square Apts. Fax 682-2884 6624 S. May, Mon-Fri. ‘‘¡ MANAGER ¡‘‘ Apt. complex, salary + apartment & benefits. Must have experience in managing & leasing. Exc career opportunity. NW area. 495-6870

Southwind Aviation is taking applications for:

Parts/Shipping/ Receiving Clerk. Experience required. Fax resume or email to: 407-877-4408 sandi.chuck@ southwindaviation.com VALET DRIVERS NEEDED for downtown parking. Clean driving record and drug screen required 405-232-3171 WAREHOUSE HELP Need dependable warehouse worker that has exp & knowledge of electric riding pallet jack. M-F. $8 hour + Great Benefits. Background drug screening req. Apply in person. 3228 N Santa Fe

DRIVERS & HELPERS for moving company. Apply in person at 1131 Enterprise Ave., Unit 15A, OKC, OK, 445-7618. FULL TIME positions needed 7a-3p for Group Home. Clean OSBI and MVR reports. EOE ¡ Call 949-2271 Hate dirt, but love people? Must have car, ins & DL. No nights/no weekends. Health & dental ins. Merry Maids South, 670-1120.

CMAs & MATs - All Shifts LPN Dietary Aide Apply at: Sommerset Assisted Living 1601 SW 119th St, OKC.

DENTAL ASSISTANT Full time position for busy Oral Surgery office. Ability to multi task a must. Health, Dental & 401K. Submit resume to attention Janelle at 405-577-7747 DENTAL ASSISTANT Energetic, self-motivated person to work in pediatric dental office. Chairside and Dentrix experience a plus. Fax resume to 405-562-2200. DENTAL ASSISTANT Great team & Great benefits! 3-4 days/wk Experience required. Bring resume 420 24th Ave SW Norman 329-6603 DENTAL ASSISTANT for Edmond pediatric practice, FT. Coronal Polishing & X-Ray certificates pref'd. Benefits. Fax resume: 348-8221. DENTAL HYGIENIST needed for busy NW OKC dental office Mon-Thrs Good salary & benefits. Fax resume to: 405-751-3112

is looking to fill FT/PT

Operator Qualification - Eval / Admin Experience required. (Oil & Gas Industry). Edmond, OK resumes@hayesfieldservices.com

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

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

Asbury Medical Supply

HOUSEKEEPER

Clerical Position in Rehab

Part Time. Jamestown Square Apartemts, 1200 NW 10th, Moore, 405-794-0201.

$10-12/hr Fax resumes to (405) 858-0119 or Email jenni@asburymedical.com

MEDICAL RECORDS SCAN TECH Needed part time M-F for NW OKC Dr. Office. Experience, reliable, computer literate, and att. to detail a must. Fax resume to: 235-6206

Mobile Phlebotomist BOYCE AND BYNUM PATHOLOGY LABORATORIES is growing and looking for FT and PRN Mobile Phlebotomists to join our team of dedicated professionals! Requires driving to assigned client locations to perform blood draws. Prior phlebotomy experience is preferred. Mileage Reimbursement offered as well as an excellent benefit package. Visit our website at www.bbpllab.com to complete our online application process and apply today!

Visiting Angels Experienced Certified and Non-certified CAREGIVERS NEEDED for hourly and 24-hour live-in care. We are the Visiting Angels of SE-OKC, with offices in Midwest City, Norman and Shawnee. Please call 405-259-9155 to apply. THANK YOU.

Visiting Angels » » » Now Hiring EMTs» » » Sinor EMS Clinton & Weatherford Competitive pay with full benefits & moving incentive. 580.331.7998 or download an application at: www.sinorems.com

DENTAL ASSISTANT Fast paced Pediatric Dental office seeks Dental Assistant to join our team. Experience preferred, not required. Travel to two locations required. Email resume to drbozalis@gmail.com

Express Mobile Diagnostic Services

DISHWASHER Full time and Part time for Country Club. Must be willing to work weekends and evenings. Send resume to pgraham@quailcreekgcc.com or apply in person Tue-Sat, 8:30am-4:30pm, at 3501 Quail Creek Rd, OKC, OK 73120. EOE

Business Office Manager Quail Creek Nursing & Rehabilitation Center is currently seeking an experienced candidate to lead our Business Office. The preferred candidate must have skills in Medicare, Medicaid & Veterans billing. Must have the ability to focus on deadlines, be customer service friendly & dedicated to our facility success. Room for growth within our ever-growing company is available. Please apply in person at 13500 Brandon place, OKC, or send resume to: Julie.Kuiper@adcarehealth.com

Ultrasound positions for Oklahoma division. Must be a graduate of an approved Ultrasound school Must have current ARDMS or registry eligible; must have current BLS certification. Please send resume to: mmurphyemds@yahoo.com HOME HEALTH MARKETER 1-2 years experience. Call Caring Home Health at 942-8787 or fax to 942-8788. HTS/Trainers - Now hiring individuals to work with adults with developmental disabilities in residential settings as Habilitation Training Specialist (HTS) FT & PT, evening & weekend shifts avail. $7.75-$8.75/hr. d.o.e. and training. Valid OK DL req'd. EARC offers great benefits: medical, dental & life insurance; vacation, sick & holiday pay; 403(b) Retirement Plan with Co. Matching! Send resume to marissadavis@coxinet.net or call 341-7132 or apply in person at 10 E. 9th St., Edmond, OK 73034.

National DME Company is looking for a self-motivated individual who is able to follow up on and seek resolution of patient and third party Accounts Receivable balances. Individual must be able to work effectively with other employees, patients, insurance companies and other outside parties. Must have the ability to pay attention to detail, multi-task and prioritize workload. Experience is a plus, but willing to train an individual who is looking for the opportunity to learn a trade in the medical industry. Great benefits and growth opportunities. EOE/DFWP. Submit resume to: Lincare, Inc., 4005 NW Expressway, Suite 210, Oklahoma City, OK 73116, Attn: Employment Opportunities OR fax resume to: 405-843-7102.

» » » NOW TAKING » » » APPLICATIONS & RESUMES for Licensed Administrator for skilled nursing facility. Please fax to Julie at 405-573-2005.

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

Visiting Angels

FULL-TIME LPN needed at substance abuse clinic. Sun/holidays off, benefits. Email hr@missiontreatment.com or apply @ missiontreatment.com

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

PATIENT COORDINATOR Fast paced Pediatric Dental office seeks Patient Coordinator to join our team. Dental Front Office exp. pref'd, not required. Professional/exceptional communication skills a must. Travel to two locations required. Email resume to drbozalis@gmail.com

Positions Open for MA & Front Desk for busy urology clinic. Must be dependable & able to multi task. Fax resume to 405-632-7500.

Registered Dental Hygienist Our new dental office is seeking an enthusiastic RDH to join our team. If you are motivated and enjoy working with people, visit www.heartlanddentalcare.com/ employment to submit an online application. Fax-866-870-1643

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

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Bachelor's Level Counselor Southern Plains Treatment Services, a leader in behavioral health, is now seeking applications for FT Bachelor's Level Counselors in Norman. Excellent pay and benefits. Please fax resume to 405-217-8502 or email to apply@splains.org »»»»»»»»»»»» PSYCHIATRIC ASSOCIATES, INC Midwest City » Oklahoma City

IMMEDIATE OPENINGS!! •Psychiatrist (MD/DO) - BC/BE •Psychologist (PhD) •Physician's Assistant (C-PA) •Nurse Practitioner (ARNP) •Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) Email resume to: psychiatricinc@yahoo.com

Therapist Therapist Lic or Lic eligible needed FT to work in daytreatment setting. Excellent pay and benefits. Fax resume to 577-5488 by email apply@okfcs.org


HR Director We are looking for a Director of Human Resources to join our executive leadership team at Midwest Geriatric Management based in Oklahoma City, OK. The Director of Human Resources is responsible for planning, developing, implementing, and administering Human Resources programs for five long-term care (SNF, AL, IL & ICF/MR) campuses in Oklahoma. Send résumés to ok.hr@midwestgeriatricmgt.com or fax to 866-434-4149. EEO.

CSR/AGENCY PRODUCER Wanting csr for south okc insurance office. experience preferred. Licensed preferred. Insurance sales and marketing required, along with customer service. Please send resume. dvande@farmersagent.com Fax 405-692-7800

Body Shop Detailer FT; M-F; OT avail. Detail outgoing vehicles, general shop maintenance. Advancement available Exp. preferred $9-13/hr BOE; OKC Edmond, Midwest 405 445 2498 Electricians wanted Great career oppurtunity for journeyman and apprentice electricians in the residential market. Our company offers excellent pay and a competitive benefits package. Positions available to start immediately. If interested please call our office during normal business hours M-F 8am-5pm at (405)471-6067. LAWN MAINTENANCE LABORER needed full time for landscaping company. Must have a valid OK Dr. lic & good driving record is a MUST. Must know small engine maintenance, 40hrs wk. Mustang area. Call Tim 405-881-2948 MAINTENANCE for apt complex, experience only, need knowledge of AC, heating & plumbing. Salary +apt& benefits NW area 495-6870

Executive Loan Assistant Operations Manager Managing day to day operations of housekeeping services, at multiple locations, leading staff of 40-100 people, recruiting and interviewing new employees, communicating daily with facility management team and district manager to report service level. Minimum 3 years experience of housekeeping manager required, must be computer literate, excellent communication skills, detail oriented and organized, floor cleaning/maintenance experience, must be able to speak/read/write English, college education preferred but not required. Apply online www.lacostaservices.com and click on employment or send resume to elorant@cms4.com

Private Duty Marketer Excell Private Care Services, LLC is looking for an experienced, self-directed, highly motivated, ethical, results and team oriented individual to grow our Private Duty program. Experience with Private Duty business model or similar experience preferred. Must have great marketing / sales skills. One plus years Full Time, competitive benefits package Please email resumes to: care@excellhomecare.net

EVENT CASHIERS/FLAGGERS Part time. No felonies, must be 18 and able to work any days. $7.50-$8.50/hr. Apply in parking garage underneath Cox Convention Center Downtown. 297-2543

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

MEANINGFUL CAREER Highly motivated person for rewarding career in financial services. Part-time or full-time. Fax resumes to 621-1748 or call 706-1502c PLAY THERAPIST needed for therapeutic preschool. Licensed or under supervision. Please fax resume to 405-601-4006

APT MGR needed for Property in Mustang. Applicant Must have strong organizational And management skills with The ability to work independently. 40 hours/wk. Hourly, Apt, & Benefits. Ref: GRP Fax resume: 405.376.6603 Or email: mhiebert@ wilhoitproperties.com

Maintenance Tech For senior apartment communities. Must have clean background. Fax resume 405-685-2649

ADMINISTRATOR Beautiful assisted living retirement community located in an excellent area of NW OKC. Must have administrator license for assisted living facility. Management skills & experience req. Some medical background helpful. Excellent salary plus benefits. Call 405-495-6870.

CLEET Security Officers FT/PT - Early & Late Shifts, Great Company, Great Clients! ¡ Call 250-6460 ¡

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

ASSISTANT MANAGER Tasks include supervising, scheduling, hiring and auditing. Supervisory experience required. Experience in a service industry and proficiency in MicroSoft Word and Excel preferred. Downtown location. Opportunity for advancement. Benefits offered. $30K-$33K. 3-11 Mon-Wed and 7-3 Sat & Sun. Email resume to kdockery@republicparking.com or fax to 232-5870.

BANQUET MANAGER Country Club in Oklahoma Seeking Fulltime Catering Position. Responsible for all Catering functions within the club. Must be proficient at Computer skills and ability to multi task. Must be creative and have AMAZING people skills. Full time position with Benefits! Send resumes to: The Oklahoman, Box #2047, P.O. Box 25125, OKC, OK 73125-0125

CHEF APPRENTICE Get paid to learn. Medical/dental,30 days vacation/yr, $ for school. No exp needed. HS seniors and grads ages 17-38. Call 1-800-492-4841

COMING SOON Rudy's Bar-B-Que!!!! November 2012. NOW hiring for CASHIERS. No experience required. Pick up an app today at 3437 W. Memorial Rd.

DMO NEEDED Apply in person. 1427 SE 30th Mama Lou's Restaurant


FREEB!RDS WORLD BURRITO Hiring two new restaurant teams! At FREEB!RDS, we make work fun, and that's NOT NORMAL! Drop by the breakfast area of the Fairfield Inn Marriott on Plaza Terrace M-F from 9-7 (Saturdays 9-1). We are accepting walk-in applications for both front-ofhouse (cashiers, line crew, shift managers) and back-of-house (prep & cooks) to help us feed OKC's bellies and souls. Email belleisle@freebirds.com or quailsprings@freebirds.com for more info

HOMELAND Meat Cutters Norman & Pauls Valley We are looking for talented professionals interested in providing top notch customer service, and who have at least one year of experience within a meat department. If you think this describes you, please apply at the Homeland Store located at 2600 W. Robinson or 1251 Alameda St. in Norman, OK or at 505 S. Chickasaw in Pauls Valley, OK. You may also send resume to: jobs@homelandstores.com An Equal Opportunity Employer

Supervisor Chartwells of Compass Group, seeks a dedicated individual for UCO-Barista Supervisor. Fast paced university environment. Previous mgmt exp. preferred. Morning, F/T. Full benefits avail. Send resume with wages to: Todd.Nixon@compass-usa.com or fax: 405-974-4641 EOE/AA/M/F/D

AUTOCAD DESIGNER

EQUIPMENT OPERATOR

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

needed. Looking for individual with clean driving record. Current CDL driver's license and be able to maintain & operate equipment. Most of work will be in western Okla. Must be willing to travel. PATCO ELECTRICAL SERVICES Oklahoma City, OK 528-8738

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

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 DRYWALL & ACOUSTICAL CEILING MECHANICS Must have tools and prior commercial experience. Pay rate depends on experience level. Drug Test Required. APPLY IN PERSON TO: Marek Brothers Systems 1522 W. Main OKC, OK. 73106 405-429-7669 Commercial Electricians Journeymen and Apprentices Min 2 yrs commercial exper. 40 hr week, health, dental, vacation, holiday pay & 401k. Drug screen test. »»» 405-359-9190 »»» DIRECTIONAL DRILLER Local underground Utility Co. Seeking experienced Directional Driller. Must have a Class A CDL. Pre-employment drug screening required 405-495-8746

Exp. Freight Trailer Mech. w/tools needed IMMEDIATELY. Welding & cutting required. Call 677-0387.

HVAC Commercial Installers Wanted. Experienced

Journeymen/Apprentices Retail Sales Associate Associates are responsible for processing a variety of customer transactions and identifying products for customers. Full and part time positions available. Apply in person at: 8016 N. May Ave., OKC, OK 73120 405-848-3468

Great Pay/Benefits. Must pass drug test/background check Apply in person at 4320 Charter Ave., OKC or email resume to info@aircoservice.com

Journeyman Plumber Licensed Journeyman Plumber Prefer background in commercial service. Schuler Enterprises, LLC 405-793-2927

National Company Seeking Self starting individuals for local area. Immediate start. Above average income potential. Complete training. Customers come to you. Weekly pay, commission advance.

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.

Call 800-926-1452 for appointment.

VIETNAM VETERANS now hiring PT at home Telemarketers to solicit donations of household items. Base pay + bonus. Must be able to work eves M-F 6-9. Apply M-F 9-5 at 8901 S Santa Fe #D OKC 405-680-9111.

Class A Delivery Driver needed. Tues-Fri ONLY. May spend 1 to 2 nights out per week. $550 per week. Must pass drug test call or apply: 232-0194 3228 N Santa Fe Ave, OKC. Class A or B CDL Drivers with air brakes, good MVR/drug test, mixer drivers. An Oklahoma family owned business. 405-692-5247 or email srm2@soonerreadymix.com

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

$130K-Large 4/2.5/2cp-2266sf Fully Remodeled-Everything! Fin. avail. All credit OK. 551-8191 8715 Roxbury Blvd. Townhouse, FSBO Remodeled 4/2.5/2 $94K Payment $422 WAC. 414-8854

Experienced Crude Oil Haulers HAZMAT & Tanker Endorsement. Day and Night Positions 405-532-0951

No Land? Just want a home! Have down pymt money. Don't prejudge your credit. We have program for you WAC 631-7600 Abandoned D/W set up on 6 acres. Ready to move in. Many to choose from. Statewide 631-7600 1997 Spirit 16x80 3br/2bth $22,000 all. 405-240-7998 Rent to Own: Nice 2 & 3bed MWC $350 & up 390-9777 3bd 2ba Singlewide $9000 + Delivery 405-631-7600

Hiring 3 OTR Class A CDL Drivers Flats and Stepdecks Oversize Exp. A plus $1000 Sign on Bonus Home every 7-10 days Call 405-378-7525

FSBO $120K $2000 Dwn $750mo 15yrs ONR FIN NO CRED CHECK! Corner: Grand & Santa Fe 2100sf 3b 2b lrg gar on 1/2Acre 885-2572

Industrial Piping Specialists

Now Hiring!

CDL Drivers National Leader in Industrial Piping Products is now opening a local distribution warehouse in El Reno, OK. Experience Preferred. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer with benefits. Background Check, Drug Test, and Fit for Duty Exam Required. Please email your resume to: elrenojobs@ipipes.com or fax your resume to (866) 639-3394, Attn: El Reno Jobs.

OILFIELD DRIVERS/ RIG MOVING CREW D&D Equipment is looking for experienced Oilfield & OTR Drivers, Winch Truck, Stepdeck, Tandem, Gin Truck & Forklift Operators & Swampers to assist with rig down/up. Winch & Stepdeck driving positions require a Class A CDL & 3 years verifiable experience. Competitive wages, vacation, insurance compensation packages, & safety/performance bonus. Call 405-478-1105. Oilfield Drivers Needed Must have a Class A CDL and a clean MVR, pass a drug test and live in the OKC area. (405)376-1555 Semi Flatbed Drivers to haul oilfield equip. Sign-on Bonus! Home often. Good pay. Clean driving record req'd. Call 405-606-9036

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 7 Acres & updated 5bd 4ba 7000sf 2 liv, 2 dining, 3 fp, built 2005. 3800sf attached garage, huge workshop. Minutes from Norman $495,000 Realty Experts 414-8753 CASHION 6-12 ac w/trees & creek owner fin may be avail Lisa 919-5717 Cleaton & Assoc 373-2494 4bd house w/lg shop 1N -3O A SE Harah - unfinished house 5A TERMS Milburn o/a 275-1695 www.paulmilburnacreages.com 1N to 10A E of OKC, pay out dn. 100's choices, many M/H ready TERMS Milburn o/a 275-1695 www.paulmilburnacreages.com Call for Maps! See why we sell more acreages than anyone in Okla. E of OKC. o/a 275-1695 5 WOODED AC near Noble new well/sept. 405-426-5566

420ac 35% grass, small Cabin E of Holdenville$373,900 405.386.6629

Tree Company Seeking CLASS B CDL w/air brake endorsement. Hourly pay + benefits. Apply at 8405 S.W. 15th St. OKC. Call: 495-8746 PUBLIC NOTICE! Foreclosures: MUST GO! FixerUppers HUD REO& BnkOwnd Homebuyers/Investors welcome Call for FREE list of 2-4bd homes PATRICK W/Allied 405-740-6616

3337 Murray Dr. $80K 3bd 1ba 2 living, Western Heights HS Michele, Express South 323.5251

AUCTION NICE BRICK HOME * OKC

FRI NOV 30TH 10 AM HORSE lovers dream 3bd 3.5ba on 10 ac MOL 40 x 50 wkshp, loafing shed $429,900. Lisa 919-5717 Cleaton & Assoc 373-2494 NEW HOME 3bd 2.5ba w/study on .50 ac MOL $227,800 Lisa 919-5717 seller is owner/broker of Cleaton & Assoc 373-2494 IMMACULATE 3bd 2ba w/study 8 x 12 outbld $164,900 Lisa 919-5717 Cleaton & Assoc 373-2494 BEAUTIFUL 3bd 2ba on .35 ac MOL seller is owner/broker of Cleaton & Assoc 373-2494 Lisa 919-5717

1810 Edinburg Dr/Westbury So. crnr lot 3/2/2 + pool & ofc. Now $144,500 w/$3K carpet allow. Bill, Bateman Co. 324-2022

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

40ac Prestigious hunting land in Hughes County $17,000 886-1643 Owner carry 533 Sweetbough Renovated 1842 ft 3/2 2 living 417-2176 www.homesofokcinc.com

Bank Owned 3/1, new cabinets, carpet, hvac, roof & more! Brick .21ac $74,900 Rlty Exp 414-8753

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1st 2401 NW 45th, OKC 3 BED, 2 BATH, 2 CAR GARAGE For more info see kencarpenterauction.com 405-620-1524

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

4921 NW 26th Street OKC, OK.

OPEN HOUSE NOV 18, 3-5PM

Vickie 405-205-9085 or Troy 580-747-6747 www.LippardAuctions.com Selling at Auction Hunting & Rec. Property Binger/Hinton Area Fri Nov 30 10am-138 Acre Hunting & Recreational Property Nice Bass Lake and House for Week-end Get Away. Very, Very Scenic. For Pics and Info www.tillmansauction.com or 405-542-7030 TILLMAN AUCTION

I will pay $10,000 for a small dilapidated house. Phone 405-5353589 or email cbur444@aol.com I BUY & SELL HOUSES 27 YRS EXP 650-7667 HOMESOFOKCINC.COM We Buy Houses Fast Cash or Payments. 405-708-4833.

Commercial Bldg. Good Investment or owner occupied. Mechanic shop, car lot and ect S. Western St. frontage, SW 27th & Western, currently rented for $1400/mo. Asking $105,000. Call 405-641-0841.

Welding and manufacturing business with 57,000 sq. ft building and fenced lot, sell together or separately. Kremlin, OK 580-554-5890

7602 N Western Ave. Shopping Center space for rent. 370-1077


405-838-2558 email: arifmajeed_555@yahoo.com

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

Lg 1 & 2Bd close to SNU. Covered parking. $345-$445mo 470-3535 800 N Meridian - 1bd All bills paid Brand New 2bd 2ba 946-9506 MAYFAIR Great loc! 1&2 bd W/D hdwd flr quiet secure ¡ 947-5665

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

513 E. Boeing 2 bed 1 bath fenced backyard ch&a, w/d hook-up with appliances, 405-501-6570.

3/2/2, 1750 sf, Kings Park, with common area, pool, tennis court, $1150 + deposit, 682-5885.

Maytag electric washer/dryer set, $250; Tappan gas stove, 1 year old, $200. 565-2478 Del City

10125 Southridge Dr 3bd 2ba 2car, Moore schls, 1700sf, $1000 mo, $900 dep 409-7989 no sec 8 3bed, 1K bath, 2car, fenced, near schools. $800 PMO. 1 year lease. Broker/Owner 823-6856 Mon-Sat

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

2736 SW 53 1030sf 3bed 1ba 1car $700 mo $500 dep 405-409-7989 no sec 8

Washer & Dryer Set, X Large Tub, Very Clean $250»» 248-4070

3bd 1K ba 2car no pets, $800+dep ch&a, 1505 City Ave, 799-4916

Nice 2/2/1, ch&a, w/d hkups, F/P Fncd 931 SW 64th $595 503-5742

Spacious 2bd 2ba condo Moore Schls $895 Harris RE 410-4300

Nice 2 bd fenced yard garage $525 mo $300dep. 631-8039

Large 1 & 2 beds. Stove, refrig,

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

8300 NW 10th, 3 bed, 1K bath, 2 car, washer/dryer hookup, $725, 405-326-0695.

$700rent/$600dep (405) 326-0516 1635 NE 50th St. 3bed, 1ba.

2646 NW 34 2/1/1 $650 6717 NW 131 3/2/2 $1250 14311 N Penn 1/1 $600 12520 Tealwood 3/2/2 $1095 2903 Quail Creek 2/2/2 $1250 1622 Sheffield 3/1 $675 1744 Carlisle 2/1 $750 12305 Cedar Springs 2/2.5/2 $850 Express Realty 844-6101 www.expressrealtyok.com

2332 SW 49th 3/4bd 2 living, ch/a only $625 Harris RE 410-4300

NICE BRICK HOME 0.96 ACRE

3001 SW 61st 2 story 4bd 1.75 ba new carpet $795mo 408-9769

LARGE SHOP BUILDING

Darling 3bd 1ba in The Village, 10809 Sunnymeade Pl 751-4860

11908 Ashford 3/2/2 $1050 1730 Riviera Ln 2/2/2 $925 Express Realty 844-6101 www.expressrealtyok.com

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

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

$200 off 1st Mo Rent Selected Units Large Townhomes & Apartments • Washer, Dryers, pools • PC Schools, fireplaces

905 NW 21 Mesta Park 2 bed 1ba 1 car, 1200sf. Just beautiful wood floors! modern fixtures, all appls, no pets $1100mo $900dep 405-409-7989 no sec 8 912 N Gardner 3 bed 1O bath fireplace washer/dryer hook ups wat/garb pd $550mo 408-9769 2322 NW 20th 2 bed 1 ba 864sf new paint and fixtures $725 mo, $300 dep 405-409-7989 no sec 8 1503 NW 17th, 2 bed, all appls, W/D, $600 mo + dep. 314-9511.

7301 NW 23rd 787-1620

Bills Paid

$200 Off

Furnished/Unfurnished Weekly/Monthly 370-1077

1st Mo Rent Selected units 2 & 3 bed Townhouses Washer/Dryers, Fireplaces, P.C. Schools 8100 N. MacArthur Blvd

Valencia Apts

» 3112 SE 19 3/1/2 stor bldg, wd flr ch/a DC schlS $580 476-5011

2221 N. Meridian 946-6548

3 bed, 1 ba, carport ch&a, $650 mo, $550 dep, no sec 8, 740-8419.

1 Month Free

2828 Canton Ln, 4 bed, 2.5 bath, 3 car $1700/month. 405-397-9075

LEASE PURCHASE Totally redone 4bd/2ba/2car $1150mo ¡ 308-9291

Briargate Apts 1718 N Indiana 1bd 1ba 800sf, wood floors, $600 mo, $300/dep 409-7989 No sec 8

Look online for preview dates, photos, etc.

Full size mattress & box springs $150; Futon $150; 722-4385 aftr 5

LippardAuctions.com

White 6 pc full sz bedroom set, good cond, $600 obo, 769-5731.

AUCTION

Buckingham Sofa & Loveseat, greenish/gold $500 405-424-6524

110 ACRES GRASS 10:30 AM » SAT DEC 1, 2012 SW CHICKASHA OK SW/4 SEC 2-5N-8W CHARLIE BROWN AUCTION

405-222-0330 www.charliebrownauction.com

245 Used Concret Bricks, Rough texture on one side 4x15 1/2x 2 1/4, $75. 5ft tall 3ft 10inch wide Iron gate $75 »» 405-751-1642 Sheet Metal, 3'x10', $16, Mon-Sat (405)390-2077/659-3054

Dozers: Cat D6B $10,500; D41P-3 $21,000; 580-759-3740.

2 bd, 1.5 ba, 1216sf, W/D hkups $600mo 1138 N Bradley 618-8723 3013 NW 30TH 2BD 2BATH $525MO 408-9769

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

Putnam Heights, 3bed, 1bath, updated & new $775. 405-417-5833

WOODS UNLIMITED 2132 S PORTLAND ¡ 996-6352 1 Week Special 11/15- 11/21! $50/rick Picked up. $75/rick Deliv. visa/mc Full orders of Pinion avail

3/4 bd, 2 full ba $825mo, $700dep 1205 NW 80th ¡ 229-7437 3/4bd, 2.5ba, 2car, Deer Crk Schl $1100 550-9179 6812 NW 130th

3 Bdr on quiet street, lg fenced back yard. $525 mo 596-8410 » 705 Juniper Ave 3bd 1bd 2c cha wd flr nice fncd. $585 476-5011

Bed Queen Pillow Top Mattress Set, Still in original plastic!! $150 405-205-1849

1000's of chairs,tables,china & Restaurant Equip.VERY CHEAP!! 405-209-7235

NICE & CLEAN 1900sf 4/2/2 new wood flrs & pnt 7328 Walnut Creek $1150mo+ dep » 476-5222

Immaculate 3/1.5/2 new hdwd flrs & granite kitchen 1yr lse $800 + $800dep. 2528 El Toro 627-3791

Large 2bd $595 Casady 751-8088

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

For Lease - Piedmont Schools Extra nice home 3bed, 2ba, 2,072 sq. ft. $1,250 mo. 405-408-1288

Warm Inside. Downtown OKC. Fair rates. Townhouse Hotel 405-235-7292

New Home 2000sf, 3bd, 2ba Rockwell & 122 ¡$1800¡285-6312

$99 Special 1 & 2 BD & Townhouses

7705 NW 116th, 3 bed, 2 bath, 2 car, ch&a, $1045 rent/$1045 deposit, no section 8, 405-370-1077.

3bd 1ba, 1152 SE 18th St $750+ $650dep Avail 12/1 405-812-0096

Sterling silver flatware Gorham sterling silver flatware. 12 place settings plus several serving pieces. 80 total pieces. $2995. 405-343-4205 GRANDFATHER CLOCK 1920s $1500. Owned 60yrs – old Bausch & Lomb MICROSCOPE in box $300. 392-4854

Hekman China/Curio Cabinet Hekman wood USA made China/ Curio, 46x19x80 4 grooved glass shelves, Interlocking doors, 2 lights.Like new, $600.00. 405-691-2742 Bill Anderson

VEHICLES * ANTIQUES COLLECTIBLES AUCTION SAT DEC 8TH 10 AM

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

723 NW 25th 5bd/2ba CH&A $1,100 mo $600dep 831-0825

721-5455

•City bus route/Shopping •Washer/Dryer hookups

2224 NW 16 - 2 bed 1 bath, 1281sf, new paint, wood floors. Beautiful! $950 mo $800 dep 405-409-7989 no Sec 8

1020 Clover Ln-3 bed 2 bath, 1120sf $700/mo $500/dep 405-409-7989 no sec 8

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

Sofa-loose back pillows, 8 way hand tie, 4 yrs old, 96" in length, exc cond, neutral color, price $695 405-706-5344 or 405-455-2593

4600 N. PORTLAND ~ OKC, OK

580.237.7174

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

Oldetowne, 9124 Stonegate, 2bd, 1car, 1 mi. to Tinker, 769-7177.

Dryer, Washer, Refrigerator $150ea. Can Deliv. 820-8727

Bruno Outsider scooter lift/carrier for 3 wheel scooters, $800 obo, 405-354-9324.

4.04ct. rd. bril. certified diamond in nice white gold mounting. Beautiful! $27,000¡405-476-8344

Exmark Industrial Mower, 42" cut, steel base, 3 years old, serviced yearly, $2,200. 405-532-3329 or 405-381-4645

HEAT YOUR SHOP InfraRed Tube Heaters, NG/LP, $1000-$3000. Steve 405-823-2917 (4) Iron Mechanic Work Tables $500 each. Call (405) 285-0501

JD Mower EC 24hp, 42inch w/nice trailer and cart, Craftsman 2800 pressure washer used 3times, WW2 Japanese sword, Power tools, Antique Jewelry, ADA 235-3199 »» $10 - $1,400 Clestron Nexstar 6SE excellent condition lots of accessories. Power tank, Camera & ETC. Sacrifice $1,250 Firm 405-589-5481/755-2217 FREEZER: large chest size $75. Organ Larson nice $200 392-4854

SEASONED WOOD 30 ricks Oak; 10 ricks Pecan $100/rick. 777-0969 FIREWOOD: $75/rick, delivered & stacked. 405-431-0265

Whole paper shell pecans, $4.00 per pound, 942-7095.

Military Vintage Rifles British Enfield 303 with clips,Swedish 1908 Karl Gustav 7.5 x 55, with stripper clips, both have matching numbers, excellent condition; Benelli 20 guage Montifeltro, excellent condition, $350-$1400. 405 823-2867


C&J Sporting Goods 6604 NW 38th, 789-8102 Pistols, rifles, shotguns. Buy, Sell, Trade. AR15s, accessories, lots of ammo, PG shotguns. Come see us at the store this weekend. 2 Rem. 308, 1 with Nikkon, like new $800. 1 R25 semi auto, like new $1100; 2 1911 Taurus, like new, 1 Para like new, $500 each. 405-769-7264 lv msg 2 Browning Auto 5 Shotguns like new Sweet 16 ga. $1,100, 20 ga. $800, 12 ft. Jon boat $300 Altus 580-482-1116 Mossberg, 12 ga pump, 3" mag, Model 500A, like new, $300 CASH 405-824-6348 ‘ BOB WHITE QUAIL ‘ Flight Condition, $4.50 ‘‘ 405-816-5561 ‘‘

BENGALS TICA reg., 5 mnths, neutered $450 each 405-210-4413

Chow Chow AKC Puppies M/F black, blue, cream, red; S/W, $600.00 OBO (405)990-3976

Kittens 8wks Beautiful Motor, Inside Home Only $10ea 681-1919

CHOW CHOWS ’ AKC WHITE 2m 1f 9weeks old. Vet checked 1st shots $500ea 405-354-6802

Kitty Wranglers Cat Rescue, beautiful cats/kittens, spyd/neut, shots, $35 (2 for $60) 722-9622 Main Coon, 7 weeks, registered, beautiful tabbies, will be huge, 25 pounds plus, $125, 405-698-4501. Ragdolls & Ragdoll Siamese mix, 7-12wks, s/w, $75-$150 361-5317

BOXER, 1M fawn w/flash, 1M & 1F brindle w/flash, 1F rvrs brindle w/flash $250ea 405-886-0707

(Rescued) Russian Blue Fm., approx. 4yrs, needs permanent home. Mature adults preferred with own vet. FREE. 755-4184

Boxer puppies, 7 weeks old, 1M, 3F, w/t/dc, POP, fawn, black mask & flashy, $200, 414-7232 after 3PM, or 408-8057.

’ ’ ’ FREE KITTENS ’ ’ ’ litter box trained ’ 405-590-9332

BOXER PUPPIES AKC 6wks german background s/w/t/d brindle, rev. brindle, white $275 call, text 580 478 7337 or 7338

Misc. Rifles, Shotguns & Pistols: Browning, Winchester, Beretta $200-$1200 ¡¡¡¡¡¡ 405-651-8248 WE BUY GUNS Mustang Pawn & Gun Over 1,000 New/Used Guns Tue-Sat 9-6 376-GUNS

ALPACAS, males, good fiber animals, $500ea. Newkirk, OK Call 580-362-2264 leave message.

Winchester 1885,30-40 Krag lever action, adj. site, VGC; 22mod 1906 $650-$2700 405-651-8248

(20) 4-5yr Angus cows, fall calving to Angus bulls, gentle natured wt 1200lbs 405-642-6156

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

(18) 3-4 yr Angus cows spring calving to Angus bulls, a real nice set, wt 1200lbs. 405-642-6156

OK’s largest selection of used Golf cars ¡ 800-276-0571 Big Sale! Big Savings! Big Choice! Gas and Electric Carts. 872-5671.

Doberman Male B/T ears done Beautiful 1.5 yrs housebroken $500 405 816 9520

BULL TERRIERS AKC 5 MALES 6 wks old 1st shots, vet checked $1000ea. ’ 580-331-9992

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

Cairn Terrier pups 9 weeks old, ACA registered, brindle. $400.00 580-512-6379

Alaskan Malamutes, AKC, Champ. bloodline, $350, 412-0561

Cairn Terrier, AKC, M & F, $250-$300. 580-678-4359

AMERICAN BULLDOG PUPS s/w, POP, Harrah $300. 405-626-8343

Chihuahua ’ Adorable ’ 8 wks Extra Extra Tiny Teacup Female $500 Cash ’ ’’ (405)434-1851

American Eskimo Pups, UKC reg, s/w, 7wks, $250 ea. 405-808-624

Chihuahua, ACA, LH & SH S/W $100-$350 ¡ 627-0419 ok#17

Basset Hound Puppies, AKC, S/W Males/Females, 6 wks, red/wht, tri color ¡ $350ea ¡ 405-250-7996

Chihuahua, Reg. okcpoms.com $75 -$255, OK#02. 405-609-9241

Basset Pups, AKC, 8 weeks, $400. 580-330-0304 or 580-450-1069 BELGIAN MALINOIS PUPPIES 6wks old. Full blood. 5 F / 4 M. shots and wormed. very energetic parents. $350 405-788-6090/ 405-788-6446 BICHON FRISE, Pure Bred, Adorable Snowballs, Personality Plus, 1F, 4M, S&W, POP, $275-$250. »» 405-214-7857 Bloodhound Puppies, 8 wks, 2M, 3F, AKC, current vaccination & vet examine, both parents on site, $600. 405-229-9531.

Golden Retriever puppies AKC Registered $500 (806) 674-6992 or (806) 236-3709

LAB PUPS, AKC, Chocolate, F, s/w/dc $300. 405-794-4897

Golden Retriever, AKC, 4M, 2F, Sib Nat'l Pet of Yr, Champs, OFA, Hip/Elbow, $500 388-8428 Great Dane, 8wks, F's, s/w, brindle & wht, $300. 361-5317 Havanese, AKC, black & white, M & F, $250-$300. 580-678-4359

English Bulldog, AKC, Beautiful Puppies, 2F 2M, fawn w/ white markings DOB 9/26/12 $1500 405-853-1170

Havanese , non, shedding, 2F, 1M, s/w, POP, parti & gray, $350, 918-470-8727.

Labradoodles & Goldendoodles Christmas Litters Available! NO shed/hypoallergenic coats vet-cked, rubyrunkennel.com , rubyrunkennel@yahoo.com » 405-320-1198 »

Havanese puppies 16 week old white males, ACA. $400. 580-439-6170 LAB AKC AKC Lab pups Blk 1F 2M, Ylw 1M. S/W Ready Nov. 23. $50 deposit $350 405-756-7815

Bull Mastiff, Adult, Female, 5yrs, FREE to good home.405-379-3553

350 ADORABLE PETS!!!

4 very cute kittens indoor home only. FREE litter trained 495-7044

BOXERS PUPPIES, AKC, S/W, $250. Must See! 918-387-4216

BULLDOG PUPPY'S 8 wk. Olde English Bulldogge. Gorgeous Males and female available. Vet checked. Family raised. $700. 417-230-3143

5x8, 5x10, 6x12, w/gates; like new 16 foot tandem; $650-$1350 Cash. 405-670-1850

3 Cute & Cuddly Kittens, litter trained, $10ea. 405-343-4952

BOXERS AKC AKC,POP,T,D,Shots,2f,brindle 8wks old $300 Randy 405-203-1240

DACHSHUND MINI AKC PUPS 7 weeks choc/tan 2M 1F s/w $200-$250. 405-210-4489

Xmas Lambs live milkfed pasture grazed, apprx 45lbs, 640-4651

5x8, 5x10, 6x12, w/gates; like new 16 foot tandem; $650-$1350 Cash. 405-670-1850

I buy season tickets 856-7011783 or email kyle.gross@me.com

Boston Terrier Pups, Blue & Blue carriers, Blue sire & Blue carrier mom,Stocky $1250. 918-951-5775

Cotons de Tulear, 3M, SALE $200 Lic# OK89. 820-7272 puppylovefarms.com

Chihuahua Cuties, 8 wks EXTRA TINY TEACUPS $250 Cash ¡ 434-1851 CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES, full blood, blue eyes, 10 wks, S/W $100$125CASH 405-417-2956 CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES ADORABLE,6 WK OLD,CKC REG, 1F 2M, $250. 405-380-4988 Chihuahuas for Christmas $200-$400. Lic# OK89 820-7272 puppylovefarms.com Chihuahuas Tiny Teacup Males Very beautiful $200.405-207-7368 Chihuahuas, Reg, Toy, 1M, 1F, 10wks, $350-$450. 301-9963

English Bulldogs, 8 weeks, 1M, 1F, $375, dam not reg, 429-9028. English Bulldog Puppies AKC,vet che'd healthy!,CH lines, www.burtonbullies.com $1000-$1200. 918-696-0726 English Bulldog Pup, AKC, male, S/W, vet checked, 13wks, $1,000. » » » 405-627-5739 » » » ENGLISH MASTIFF PUPPIES AKC, BIG pups! vet checked, health grntee, brindle and fawn, truelovemastiffs.webs.com $950 to $1,100. 405-609-7597 French Bulldog Puppies AKC French Bulldog Puppies... 2 males 1 female $1500.00 Call 405-301-1262 or 405-795-2064

German Shepherd Puppies, AKC Ready now! German Imports/ Working American, $1800-$3500 windridgek9.com ¡ 580-450-0232 German Shepherd Pup AKC Registered Only two Male left, Classic black and tan colors. Stillwater. 13 weeks old. Cash only. $400. 405-377-2976 German Shepherd AKC Puppies, $500. 4 generation pedigree provided, POP, great for family and protection. WILL BE LARGE. 405-285-5875

Blue Heelers Full Blood Pups, 6 weeks, S/W, POP, $100. 405-816-0020

Chinese Shar Pei, 3F 2M, Pups, wrinkles Mini $500-650 550-0886

German Shepherd AKC Puppies Adorable black/tans in Edmond. POP $525. 405-614-4944

BORDER COLLIE PUPS ABCA reg. 6wks, Red/W, Blk/W, 4M, s&w, POP $200 405-527-6914

CHOW CHOW AKC 9 weeks 2M CINN & RED. 1st Shots POP. $500 405 826 0636

German Shepherd Pups, 1M, 1F, 1 black & tan, 1 white, pure bred, no papers $200ea. 255-8777

LAB PUPPIES, AKC, S/W, POP, Chocolate & black, 7wks, $200$450. Call or text 405-640-1153 McLoud. CASH ONLY LAB PUPPIES, Reg., black, s/w, Super Cute! $299. Call or text 405-245-6947

LABRADORS ¡ AKC fox red, yellow, blocky English type, sired by Kelleygreens Fox out of a daughter of King Redfish, 7 weeks, s/w, $450-$650. Call Dr Martin at 405-694-5420.


Yorkie, AKC M/F $200-$800 s/w 580-504-7115 can send pics Rat-Terriers 5m 7weeks extraordinary colors $200ea 250-8269

Yorkie, tiny M, 9 weeks, $300; Giant Schnauzer F, 12 wks, $400; reg, s/w, 882-8149 or 641-7246.

PUBLIC AUCTION OF 800 - 1,000 ACRES OF OIL & GAS MINERALS TUES, DEC 4, 2012 10A.M. ACTIVITIES BUILDING Washita County Fairgrounds Cordell OK. For a complete listing contact:

Metro Mobile Wash Auto detailing service. Monthly, Bi-monthly, One-Time Detailing options. metro-wash.net or call us at (405) 259-2740.

Mr. Fixit Handyman Service. We do it all for less. Free estimates. Bonded. Ins. Visa/MC. 603-6104. HOME IMPROVE. Repair. Remodel. Roofing. Free Est. 410-2495.

www.hinzauction.com LABS AKC, white, champion pedigree, sire OFA'd, blocky, s/w/dc, $500. 405-818-4182

Yorkie-Poms, 2F left, 8 weeks, see at Old Pairs Flea Market, booth 173, $250 each, 250-8269.

HINZ AUCTIONEERS: CORN & WEATHERFORD Jimmie Hinz 580-774-4644 Brandon Hinz 580-774-7396 Jim Hinz 580-774-8467

Lhasa Christmas Pups, AKC $200-$350. 405-821-7534

Yorkie-Poo, Adorable, ITTY BITTY! $395. Visa/MC 826-4557

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

Maltese, ACA, 2M, 2F $500-$600 Chmp. Bloodline 627-0419 ok#17 Maltese, ACA, 2yr proven F, Exc Quality $400 882-8149, 641-7246 Maltese, Baby Doll Face, ITTY BITTY $395 Visa/MC. 826-4557 Maltese/Shih Tzu, very tiny, nonshed, $200 CASH. 405-420-2742

Golden Retriever Puppies AKC Registered. OFA Hips/ Elbows/Heart/Eyes. Mom & Dad are Family Housedogs & Onsite (Photos Online). Call For An Appointment. (580) 467-5276. Only 2 Females-$450 & 2 Males-$350 Left Rhodesian Ridgeback puppies, AKC $800 405-606-9748/818-3560

Maltese AKC, 1F/1M $350 - $275 2nd/ Vet Checked 405-990-5137

Rottweiler AKC Puppies German, 6 weeks, 5M/2F, S/W/ T/D $600-$800. 405-708-9822

Maltese Puppies! CKC, 3F, 1M, born 10/6/12, $600 each. Now taking deposits. 313-8355.

Rottweiler 3/4 Pit 1/4 Pup, good guard & pet $100. 405-631-0248

Malti-Poo, Adorable, ITTY BITTY! $395. Visa/MC 826-4557

Schnauzer, Mini, ACA, black Female, 9 wks old $500 ears done ¡ 627-0419 ¡ ok#17

Mastiff/Rotts, ready for Christmas, POP, s/w, $250, 361-8775190 or 405-333-2621, Asher, OK.

Schnauzers, Mini, AKC, s/w/e/t, chipped ¡ $250-$300 ¡ 503-2272

Miniature Dachshunds for Christmas $300. Call Geri @ 417-338-0453 Mini Aussie pups Blue merles and black tri, ACA, tails docked, 2 litters, 5 and 7 weeks old. $400.00-450.00 580-512-6379 Morkie, ITTY BITTY! Baby Doll Face $395 Visa/MC 826-4557 Morkies, 7wks, Tiny, Very Cute, s/w, M's $250 ’’’ 361-5317 Mouzzers Maltese mix long hair 4f $150each 1m $100 5wks ready for good home 405-686-8972 Pit Bull Pups, Razoredge/Gotti, 9wks, 3M, 5F; Sire out of California Kennel weighs 120 lbs. $1,000-$1,500, 405-802-0090. New video on website oklahomabluethunderbullies.com

Yorkie ACA Parti Male, 1 Yr $700 405-663-4047 Yorkie Adorable, Baby Doll face, ITTY-BITTY $495 VISA/MC 405-826-4557

Pappillion aprx 1yr old white & black. Vic of NW Expressway & Mustang Rd. To ID Call 202-2023

Yorkie AKC Female, 9 wks $500 405-663-4047

PIT BULL Male brindle color. Vicinity of SW 60th. Call to ID 321-6851

Yorkie M 10mos house brkn wonderful disposition $250 842-5967

F Australian Heeler w/cropped tail, fawn w/dappling found Quail Creek area. 590-0573

Yorkies, 2F, $450ea. Lic# OK89 820-7272 puppylovefarms.com

Shih Tzu & Mixes okcpoms.com $250-$400 ¡ OK#02 405-609-9241 Shih Tzu, AKC, s/w, chipped, Great Pets ¡ $250-$300 503-2272

Golden Retriever found. Call to identify. 728-2049

Mini Rat / Fox Terrier Pups 3f/3m tiny little cuties $125 each cash only 405-513-3290

$ $ $ $ REWARD $ $ $ $ White Maltese, NEEDS MEDICATION, no collar. Last seen around NW 57th & Villa on 10/27/12. 972-816-5264 or 620-339-5637

Reg. MINIATURE horses, 6 month old Colt & Filly, 5-12 yr old Mares, $300ea » » » 405-670-2320

Pitbull UKC Registered Pups dob 9/25/2012 4 females 2 males razoredge & gotti line. the have first round of shot & dewormer $500. 580-747-5714

’ 11/11 - Silver haired Yorkie & tan & wht Chihuahua, Twin Lakes Addn off Sooner Rd. REWARD is offered! 759-3535 or 206-3336 FOUND: 2 Golden Retrievers » » » 405-659-3750 » » »

3 rooms steam cleaned, sanitized truck mount, $35 ¡ 406-5739 Bill's Painting & Home Repairs Quality Work! Free Est. 735-8982 Steel Carports, Patio Covers 2car carport $1695 799-4026/694-6109

Sunshine Cleaning Svc, ins/bond clean/organize793-1630/625-3930

Todd's Concrete, tear out, replace driveways, patio, stamp & color, lic/bond/ins, free est. 603-6563. Tearouts/Repours, Drives, Patios, Bonded, Lic, Free Est, 794-8505. Drives, Foundations, Patios. Lic./Bond./Ins. Free Est. 769-3094

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.

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

Weimeraner, AKC, td/dc, shots, 8 wks old, 4M $100 each (580) 467-5104/656-6543

QUALITY FENCE COMPANY FREE ESTIMATE on new & repair. Tree trimming. 405-317-0474.

Poodle, AKC toy, red and white parti F, super cute, $450, 580-678-4359.

‘ Garage Doors & Openers ‘ ‘ Sales & Service ¡ 794-1718 ‘ Westie AKC 6wks, s/w, Males $350. Fmls $450 918-867-2523

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

BUDDY'S PLUMBING, INC. All types, repair & remodel, gas, water and sewer ¡ 405-528-7733 Durham's Plumbing, water/sewer lines, no OT after 5, 429-1196.

Ceiling 2 Floorz ‚ Roofing & Remodeling ‚ All Types Of Flooring Insured • 412-0924 CARPENTER, DRYWALL AND MORE. 408-7513

Whatcha gonna do? Construction Best price & quality roofing! Lic/Ins. 405-601-9145 Free Est.

Legacy Roofing Siding & Wind. Lic# 0531 Free Est 917-9595

All Professional Tree Service. Senior Discount. Insured. 50 mile radius of OKC. 885-2572. L & R Tree Service, Low Prices, Insured, Free Estimate, 946-3369.

» Yorkie, ACA, Teddy Bear Face 1M $500, 1F $800, s/w, vet chk, very small, playfull. 580-271-8108 YORKIE, ACA, 9 wks, Male $250; 2 Females $350ea 405-288-2018 Yorkie, AKC, F, s/w, 1 year, very beautiful, $250 cash, 314-2738.

BUDDY'S PLUMBING, INC. All types, repair & remodel, gas, water and sewer ¡ 405-528-7733

Better Guarantee Roofing 51 years service, Free Est., Low Low Prices » 670-2320

POMS ACA, 11 wks, S/W, 1 Male $150, home raised. ’’ 405-763-9572 ’’

Queen Elizabeth Pocket Beagle Puppy Only $500. Howard at 405-708-8128

Show Stopper Landscape Lawns Fall Clean up 206-2520 All Areas Lawn & Tractor leaves-rototill-mow 348-4469

Rose Electric LLC

Poms, AKC/CKC, okcpoms.com $275-$500, OK#02. 405-609-9241

Poodles, 3M, SALE $175 Lic# OK89. 820-7272 puppylovefarms.com

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

Zax's Plumbing & Sewer Complete sewer & drain cleaning plbg repair lic/bond/ins 409-7118

Pom, 1M, $450, Lic# OK89 820-7272 puppylovefarms.com

POODLE, AKC TOY. Creme F, all shots. $400 405-735-3323 OKC

CARPENTER W/OWN TOOLS & 30YRS EXPERIENCE 496-9905

Yorkies, ACA, 3M, born 9/12, s/w, Beautiful! Dad is 3lbs. $300-$375. 405-471-4945

Pit Bull pups - American. Razor/Gotti bloodlines. 4f 3m shts/wrmd $500ea 405-640-4451

Pomeranaian AKC Party Female 8 weeks S/W P/T $450.00 316-207-9172/text

Trademark Masonry INC. 405-514-4551

Found Cat: Orange & white male, Nichols Hills/Village. 642-0152

Shih Tzu/Chihuahua Mix Puppies 2M, 2F $100ea. Edmond 641-7596 Sib. Husky,AKC 5 pups,$600. debbiesdreamsiberians.com 405-796-0899 lv msg

Painting, siding, storm repair, fence repair. ¡ Done Right! ¡ Call 664-0511

Repairs, mailboxes, tuck pointing 20yrs exper. 305-4224 ¡ 928-5588

Young F Yellow Lab Mix, found in NW OKC 60th & Tulsa. 604-3560 Rottweiler mix?, near NW 30th & May Ave, call to ID, 405-947-1843

SHELTIE AKC, 2 small F, 8 wks, $450. 405-929-0382 SHIH-POO PUPPY 1M, $150. 326-8886

Masonry Repair & Restoration Solving Problems, 405-429-9756.

Quick Lube Very Successful Southern Oklahoma 580-504-6588

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

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

Tree Removal & Stump Grinding 405-323-9300

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

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



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