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MUSIC Jewel May 4 No “Foolish Games” here: Singer/ songwriter Jewel has had lots of hits — enough to embark upon a greatesthits tour! At 8 p.m. May 4, it stops at Riverwind Casino, 1544 State Highway 9 in Norman. Tickets are $40-$60. Call 322-6000 or visit riverwind.com. ART Herb Ritts: Beauty and Celebrity May

Thunder prepares to debut new suites, restaurant

More options are available at Chesapeake Energy Arena in downtown Oklahoma City. Photo by Urbanative “As our season ticket base has grown pretty significantly over the last couple of years, we’ve literally run out of inventory,” said Thunder Senior Vice President Brian Byrnes. “So we’ve been challenged with continuing to find new revenue streams for

The Spy abandons the airwaves to become online-only station

After online rumors surfaced tonight that local alternative radio station 105.3 FM The Spy will leave the airwaves at midnight, inside employees confirmed the report is true. Sources said, “It was a deal gone bad.”  The Spy’s on-air personality and ringleader, Ferris O’Brien, was not available for comment. However, O’Brien stated on Twitter and Facebook

Devon hosts sixth annual Holiday River Parade, benefiting Oklahoma River and trails

The Devon Energy Holiday River Parade will showcase some 25 decorated boats cruising down the Oklahoma River, pushing off at 6 p.m. Dec. 4. Now in its sixth year, the annual event attracts more than 30,000 people. The past five Holiday River Parades have generated approximately $450,000 for the Oklahoma River Foundation, which was established

Live and Let Dine: December

Cheever’s Cafe   2409 N Hudson Ave 525-7007 www.cheeverscafe.com I’ve definitely hit my comfort zone with Cheever’s! Anyone who knows me knows that’s where to find me after church. I prefer to indulge myself in the brunch special. I always know my week will be off to a good start if I spoil myself with

Brightmusic Society of Oklahoma goes for Baroque – and other styles – in its new season

Although it’s not the only chamber ensemble in town, Brightmusic Society of Oklahoma plays to a different beat. A newcomer to the city arts scene in 2003, the nonprofit aimed to showcase top-quality classical music. Its sounds were far from the usual melodic masterworks, offering a creative twist via its mix of local talent and

Edmond\’s eyes and ears have a new venue to enjoy the arts, with the world-class Armstrong Auditorium

imported/New_uploads/armsMH2_7-06×4-73cm.jpg” alt=”Photo/Mark Hancock” style=”float: right; margin: 10px;” longdesc=”Photo/Mark Hancock” />Visually, everything about Armstrong Auditorium is special, starting with the “Swans in Flight” sculpture anchoring the outdoor fountain. Depicting the five stages of flight, the steel-and-bronze piece by British artist Sir David Wynne was commissioned by Armstrong in 1967. Step inside the lobby, and visitors will

Appointment Book: November

SPORTS Oklahoma City Barons Nov. 5-23 Hockey’s back! In its inaugural season, AHL affiliate Oklahoma City Barons hit the ice for eight home games between Nov. 5-23 at Cox Convention Center, 1 Myriad Gardens. Tickets are $14-$36. Call 232-4625 or visit okcbarons.com. ART Istvan Gallery Nov. 12-14 Celebrate the third anniversary of Istvan Gallery, 1218