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Keeping pets safe from the summer heat


  Staff Report Just as people take precautions in dealing with the heat, owners need to do the same for their pets, said Dr. Carolynn MacAllister, Oklahoma State University Cooperative Extension veterinarian. “Heat exhaustion is just as dangerous for animals as it is for humans. A parent should never leave a child closed up in […]

Paseo Arts Festival is here! Memorial Day Weekend, May 28, 29, 30, 2011


THE ARTISTS The Paseo features over 80 Artists, selected by expert jurors, as participants in the festival. View our Map to find your favorite artists. MUSIC STAGES The Festival’s North & South Music Stages will showcase the talent of Oklahoma’s best musicians and entertainers. CHILDREN AREA Artists of the Future hours are Saturday and Sunday […]

Walk for Multiple Sclerosis exceeds all expectations

Amanda Meyers (center), a young person living with MS with fellow walkers.

By Pam Paul The City Sentinel Staff The turnout for the recent Oklahoma City Walk for Multiple Sclerosis (Walk MS OKC) raised nearly $150,000, far above expectations, organizers said. Over 2,100 people participated, several hundred walkers and $30,000 more than anticipated. It was hailed as a success. Candace Richardson, Health Resources Advocate for the National […]

The City Sentinel wins honors from Society of Professional Journalists; Community publication wins second in Best Newspaper category


    Special to The City Sentinel The City Sentinel won 14 awards for excellence in journalism at the state banquet of the Society of Professional Journalists, Oklahoma Professional Chapter, including second place in the Best Newspaper category. Four current members of the staff and one former writer were honored for stories published over an […]

The National 9/11 Flag Will Travel to the Memorial on April 19th


  from the OKC Mermorial website:   The National 9/11 Flag will be at the Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum to help commemorate the 16th Anniversary of the April 19, 1995, bombing. Destroyed in the aftermath of the collapse of the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001, this flag has traveled across […]

Carpenter Square Theatre Sews Up ‘The Scarlet Letter’

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staff report   Carpenter Square Theatre presents a unique adaptation of “The Scarlet Letter” April 1-23, the only drama in the theater’s 27th Season. Nathaniel Hawthorne’s classic exploration of sin, hypocrisy and revenge gets a gripping, sexually-charged reworking in this tale of one of literature’s most legendary women – one who is forced to wear […]

Coach Vitale, freshman basketball star Jard Sullinger honorees at Tisdale Awards

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Staff Report The U.S. Basketball Writers Association last week announced selection of Ohio State forward Jared Sullinger as the winner of the 2011 Wayman Tisdale Award. Sullinger will be honored at a gala banquet on Mon., April 11 at the Skirvin Hotel downtown. The 2011 event is presented by Devon Energy Corporation and produced by […]

Elephant Walk: Memorable New Zoo exhibit stuns and impresses a new generation in Oklahoma City

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By Patrick B. McGuigan Senior Editor   Oklahomans who have not yet visited the new elephant habitat at the City Zoo probably will not fully comprehend the exhibit until they visit for themselves – as thousands did last week before formal opening on Saturday, March 11. Whether or not the old adage, “an elephant never […]

Pros for Vets: Toby Keith launches charity to help soldiers


By Patrick B. McGuigan Senior Editor   Oklahoma’s Country Music Superstar Toby Keith is deepening his commitment to the needs of American soldiers and veterans, building on his long-standing affirmations of their service. Keith is co-founding and launching “Pros 4 Vets” and has already rounded up National Football League players Mark Clayton of the St. […]

New Exhibit Features Western Illustrators


Staff Report This exhibit highlights the Museum’s rich collections of original and published works by other Western illustrators. Developed to coincide with the exhibition “Allen True’s West,” it features many illustrators who were contemporaries of True’s. Included are original sketches, paintings and first edition and rare volumes from the Dickinson Research Center by such artists […]

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