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Mary Bilder to present OCU Quinlan Lecture on April 5

By Darla Shelden City Sentinel Reporter Oklahoma City, OK – The 2018 Quinlan Lecture will be delivered by Mary Bilder, Founders Professor of Law at Boston College Law School at the Oklahoma City University School of Law, 800 N. Harvey, on Thursday, April 5.  The free lecture, titled “James Madison and Constitutional Compromise” will be […]

Tonight and Tomorrow – ‘Tosca’ cast soars with tale love’s triumph and tragedy

Staff Report   OKLAHOMA CITY, October 7 – The Painted Sky Orchestra’s production of Giacomo Puccini’s “Tosca” concludes its run at the Civic Center tonight (8 p.m.) and tomorrow (2 p.m.). Arts and entertainment critic Patrick B. McGuigan, writing for The City Sentinel, praised the current production, saying, “The orchestra under Jan McDaniel provides robust […]

Special Olympics Oklahoma holds 21st Annual Winter Games this month

By Darla Shelden City Sentinel Reporter Special Olympics athletes from across Oklahoma are preparing for the 21st annual State Winter Games to be held January 12 through 14, on the campus of The University of Oklahoma and in surrounding communities. More than 2,200 Special Olympics Athletes are expected to compete at Winter Games this year in […]

‘Sooner Stilettos’ – continuing to mentor and inspire University of Oklahoma players and students

by Patrick B. McGuigan, editor Members of the Sooner Stilettos have emerged as role models and leaders in a program that emphasizes scholarship and pride among the young women who pass through the OU women’s basketball program. Bonds of friendship destined to last a life time have emerged over the 13 years professional women across […]

U.S. Supreme Court to hear Oklahoma capital cases, activists want ‘stay’ of all executions

By Darla Shelden City Sentinel Reporter Last week, a day before the historic U.S. Supreme Court decision to take another look at pending executions in Oklahoma, Sister Helen Prejean, a well-known opponent of capital punishment, circulated to the The City Sentinel and other news organizations a statement. The status of planned executions remained uncertain last […]

Paula Sophia, a true progressive candidate for House District 88

By Darla Shelden City Sentinel Reporter A friend and fund raising event was recently held for Oklahoma House District 88 candidate Paula Sophia at the District House Coffee Shop in the Plaza District. The hosts included Oklahoma City Council Members Ed Shadid and Pete White, progressive philanthropist Bob Lemon, and his daughter Robyn Lemon Sellers […]

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