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Where we ask various persons in the Oklahoma City metro to tell a story from their life here.

Looking back upon my childhood, I can see how my father’s violence impacted me and how his behavior created divisions in our family.
Paula Sophia is writing her memoir in parts through our First Person section. Today, she continues the story about her childhood.
Paula Sophia continues her serial memoir called "Manhood, from the inside out" with part 2, "Cubby Hole."
Paula Sophia begins a series of memoirs about her life as a boy, man, father, soldier, police officer, then, a transitioned police officer.
Silence is acceptance. I am sorry for the times I have been silent. Silence is acceptance. I am sorry for the times I have been silent.
Sometimes, Mother's Day just doesn't mean what the florists say it does. It means more, and not always in a positive way.
Joe Hight explains how leading victims' coverage in the aftermath of the 1995 Murrah Federal Building bombing informs his journalism teaching today.
Before Marty Peercy became a freelance writer and our columnist covering county and city government, he was the Vendor Program Coordinator for Curbside Chronicle from February 2017 to May 2019. Here is the first post of a new category...