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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.

OKCPS abandons custom of listening to alumni and current student body

OKCPS will eliminate the Northeast High School name and symbols completely ignoring alumni and leaving out current Classen SAS students in the process.
alumni see takeover

Northeast High School alumni see “takeover” in OKCPS merger plan

Northeast High School alumni are describing the current plans for a "merger" between Classen School for Advanced Studies and Northeast High School as a "takeover" instead of a merger.
Homelessness presentation

Homelessness presentation reveals urgency of problem in OKC

It was a squeeze getting into the Tower Theater Tuesday night as over 600 concerned city residents came to hear about the city's homelessness situation.
Ride of Silence OKC

Ride of Silence honors those cyclists killed by autos

The first ever Ride of Silence in downtown Oklahoma City Wednesday evening joined with other Ride of Silence events worldwide.
Westown Homeless Day Shelter

Visible homeless way up in OKC for 2018, overall homeless numbers down

The Point-in-Time Count report on homelessness in Oklahoma City released Thursday showed the total number of homeless people is down, but the homeless living...
Sergio Ramirez exlains mural 2018

New mural improves evolving Capitol Hill streetscape

The original Capitol Hill commercial district south across the river from downtown Oklahoma City has gained a new mural created by one of the...
Memorial Day Ceremony 45th Inf Museum 2018 - massing of colors diversity

Diversity marks generations who came to honor war dead in OKC

Generations of veterans in Donald McClain's family were quietly present Monday at the Memorial Day ceremony held outside the 45th Infantry Museum at 2145...
Curbside Chronicle sign in their one-room office where the new editor will work, too

Nathan Poppe named editor at Curbside Chronicle

In a major career shift, Nathan Poppe has left The Oklahoman, one of the state's long-standing legacy newspapers, and joins the small, nonprofit Curbside...
Bike-to-Work Day 2018-5-18 Bikes and cyclists at the end of their commute

Bike-to-Work Day kicks off with multiple rides

About 40 cyclists arrived downtown at the Myriad Gardens after riding to work Friday on national Bike-to-Work Day. It was part of national Bike-to-Work Day...