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Hall aboard

In November, octogenarian bluesman B.B. King was set to make a stop in OKC and play the hall. (Winter weather, however, caused the show to have to be canceled.) Functioning as both the official school auditorium for NWCHS and as a state-ofthe-art performance hall, the renovations are done, and David Fitzgerald of DCF Concerts handles

MAPped out

Located at the southwest corner of W. Sheridan and S. Walker avenues, the charter school will be the only elementary in Downtown Oklahoma City. The school’s boundaries for attendance generally extend from Western Avenue to Lottie Avenue and from N.E. 13th to S.W. 15th streets. At a cost of more than $14 million, the school

City will host third park meeting Thursday

Construction is expected to begin later this year. The park will include a 40-acre upper section, and a 30-acre lower section, connected by the Skydance Bridge. “We are in the exciting final phases of the park’s master plan process,” MAPS Program Manager David Todd said. “Proposed park amenities include a great lawn for concerts and

Land purchase approved for downtown school

The John W. Rex Charter Elementary school is the final new project in the MAPS for Kids program, and is a partnership between Oklahoma City Public Schools and the nonprofit group headed by Kirk Humphries OKC Quality Schools Inc. Oklahoma City Public Schools will apply for the school’s charter to the University of Oklahoma, and

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