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Gloria Torres and DACA recipients

DACA recipients, supporters speak out

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Tuesday was a hard day for DACA recipients. Tears, hope, anger and bewilderment were all in display at a news conference in Oklahoma City and...
Interfaith Thanksgiving Service, OKC, 2017

Diverse faith communities join for Thanksgiving service

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Leaders and representatives of 11 faith communities helped lead the Interfaith Thanksgiving Service at Mayflower Congregational Church Tuesday. It was an extraordinary display of unity...
Furia Verde and other fans

Energetic fans power Energy FC

See a full gallery of photos at the end of this article. Energy Football Club in Oklahoma City had their season home opener Saturday night...
pride

OKC Pride Week starts 42nd year today, runs through Sunday

Starting today, Monday, June 17, OKC Pride Week kicks off with an evening ceremony and runs with events every day through Sunday.
Plaza Mayor sign stranded

Stranded but resilient, Plaza Mayor merchants start over

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Mall merchants were left stranded within weeks of the busiest shopping days of the year when Plaza Mayor mall closed Oct. 31. The notice they...

“Gay agenda” is following footsteps of Jesus says Pride service preacher

The first Pride ecumenical worship service in the history of Oklahoma City filled Mayflower Congregational Church Wednesday.

Film *Paris is Burning* points to current realities in Oklahoma City

Tuesday night, the second night of OKC Pride Week, Banquet Cinema near downtown hosted the showing of Paris is Burning, a documentary that shocked many, and empowered countless others when it was released in 1991.
Myriad Gardens crowd for eclipse

Crowd packs Myriad Gardens for eclipse, socializing

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It was hard to tell what people's motivations were for being in Myriad Gardens downtown Monday. Presumably, it was to look at the eclipse. But...
jail trust

Shove over racial slur in meeting draws introspection from victims

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A shove in a Jail Trust meeting January 4 could have resulted in charges for assault and battery but the one shoved has declined.

“Rafiki” film elicits tears – commitment to free showings twice Sunday

An unusual indy film for OKC opened Thursday night at Tower Theater with the showing of "Rafiki", an award-winning film by Kenyan director Wanuri Kahiu.