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mike-tabor's picture
Oct.01.2013
Just when you think you’ve seen it all, another CSI mystery splashes across the wire services of the United States. If you haven’t followed this story, get ready for a shocker! This is another one that is so strange, you just couldn’t make it up. On Tuesday, September 17, Oklahoma officers were...
angel-logan's picture
Jun.02.2013
Serendipity is not your traditional style newsletter. It is Angel Logan's unique way of reaching out to her readers and friends – to stay in touch, to give updates on her writing career, and to share a few of the personal and professional pearls of wisdom that she has acquired along her journey...
angel-logan's picture
Jun.02.2013
Serendipity is not your traditional style newsletter. It is Angel Logan's unique way of reaching out to her readers and friends – to stay in touch, to give updates on her writing career, and to share a few of the personal and professional pearls of wisdom that she has acquired along her journey...
rob-boston's picture
Aug.29.2012
If all goes well, members of the Tulsa City Council will hear something tomorrow night they probably haven’t heard before: a secular invocation. Dan Nerren, one of the founders of the Humanist Association of Tulsa, will deliver a secular invocation prior to the council’s 6 p.m. meeting. Nerren...
manny-pacheco's picture
Jul.09.2012
Ernest Borgnine was a true Hollywood legend. The burly Italian with a large smile was comfortable playing screen heavies, and a variety of character actors, for over 60 years. And, he got a late start, after spending a decade in the United States Navy.    He served with...
alex-fraser's picture
Jul.03.2012
Another day in Paradise! Our time at the Embassy Hotel has been extended.   We slept until Noon, and Son Guy was up to prepare for one more dive into the wreck of our old apartment.  William appeared  with his Angel before one o'clock.  We eventually worked our way through our...
pat-montandon's picture
May.27.2011
  Memories of World War Two Pat Montandon World War Two affected our country in many ways. In Waurika, Oklahoma where I grew up, three quarters of the boys in my senior class volunteered to serve Uncle Sam. Few returned.          The Waurika Bus Stop Café where I worked after school had a contract...
jacque-graham's picture
Apr.07.2011
May 25, 1955 9:25 p.m. TORNADO! A merging of two tornado clouds south of Blackwell, Oklahoma led to a large tornado funnel sweeping through the east side of town obliterating twenty-two blocks of homes and damaging sixty blocks more. God was with us that night because death count was much...
steven-belanger's picture
Feb.19.2011
  I've beat the Dan Simmons drum before, with the recently-read Drood.  That book had been very good; for a look at my review on this blog, go a few blogs entries below here.  But now, let's talk about The Terror. This book is much longer, and much more brilliant.  At 955 very thin, paperback...
pat-montandon's picture
Nov.27.2010
During the Great Depression, my dad, an Oklahoma preacher, announced that he had invited strangers for Thanksgiving at our house. Mother looked stricken. "Charlie," she said, "how do you propose we feed those folks?" "Mama," Daddy said, "there are hungry people...