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Millwood's Marcus Major runs past Douglass defender

Annual Soul Bowl involves football, culture, history

The 42nd annual Soul Bowl between the Millwood Falcons and the Oklahoma City Douglass Trojans is a good showcase for football talent every year. In...

Gallery – Fiestas de las Americas illustrates diversity of Hispanic culture

Every year the Fiestas de las Americas parade in Oklahoma City is a clear example of the diversity of Latin America and then, Latin Americans in the U.S.
Little Flower bell tower

The enduring 100-year ministry of Little Flower Church

“Little Flower” Catholic Church at 10th and S. Walker Avenue in Oklahoma City still carries on a vibrant ministry to Hispanics. And, it's because...
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...

Gallery of the OKC Pride Parade – 2019

This gallery is from the OKC Pride Parade 2019 along NW 39th Street in Oklahoma City. This was the first year any OkC Mayor has walked in the parade.
Dancers in the Parade of the Americas

Fiestas de las Americas touches southside hearts

“This is a thing that is very special for us. It's dear to our heart. It's a celebration that we take pride in every...
Capitol Hispanic Day 2018 Imelda Thompson

Capitol Hispanic Day shows diversity, strength, pride in culture

The second annual Capitol Hispanic Day Tuesday featured dances and foods of several Latin American countries to expose legislators and Capitol visitors to Oklahoma's...
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...
Supt Aurora Lora - presser

OKCPS Supt to Hispanic students: “You are safe”

Tuesday, the Trump administration announced its intent to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, known as DACA, by March 5, 2018. Minutes later...
Harold "Butch" Treece, Curbside Chronicle vendor

Curbside Chronicle wins top international awards

Oklahoma City’s Curbside Chronicle has won two international awards and was a finalist in three other categories for 2017. International Network of Street Papers, or...