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One Man, One Weekend, One Show (several times): CityRep’s “One-Man Lord of the Rings”

Staff Report Sure, Dave Letterman will soon leave his full-time gig. But those with a passion for social commentary, meaty reflections on important issues and fall-out-of-your-chair laughter need not despair. The Oklahoma City Repertory Theatre delivers again, with a one-man show that delivers the goods. Ever since 2014’s sensational sold-out Oklahoma Premiere of “One-Man Star […]

OCU graduate Savannah McIntyre joins “Teach for America” program

Staff Report An Oklahoma City University student has been accepted into the Teach For America program, dedicated to helping low-income community schools find quality educators and address teacher shortages. Savannah McIntyre, a senior theatre design and production major, plans to teach social studies in schools in North Carolina after her expected graduation from OCU this […]


Compiled by The City Sentinel Staff ASTEC Charter teacher, students garner honors In recent days, ASTEC Charter Schools named Karen Walker Teacher of the Year. Walker, sixth grade science teacher, accepted the honor from founder ASTEC Freida Deskin. …   Junior student Jeffica Cifuentes has been named a QuestBride Scholar, honoring her notable academic achievements in […]

‘Woman in Gold’ grants humanity and dignity to Jews whose family art treasures were looted by Nazis

by Patrick B. McGuigan Publisher Moments of clarity come and go. As children, our imaginations conjure visions and hopes — that in every instance we will behave nobly, or at least reasonably so. In “Woman in Gold,” now in wide release, the film-goer sees deft portrayals of thoroughly modern women and men living in these […]

Oklahoma City Weather Situation Update 2: May 7, 9:30 a.m

Staff Report Crews continue to provide assistance and survey damage Thursday morning in the wake of Wednesday’s severe storms. High water remains an issue hindering travel at some points in south Oklahoma City, where the most rain fell Wednesday. Waterways in the south metro are still swollen as the watershed drains. The most significant damage […]

Severe weather slams Will Rogers World Airport in Oklahoma City

Staff Report Severe weather and nearby tornadoes caused two terminal evacuations at Oklahoma City’s Will Rogers World Airport last night.  The first evacuation occurred at approximately 5:10 p.m. and lasted for 40 minutes.  The second evacuation occurred at 6:55 p.m. and lasted for nearly three hours. Several hundred people took shelter in the airport’s pedestrian […]

Local teen uses trumpeting skills to serve others

By Darla Shelden City Sentinel Reporter Oklahoma City freshman Katie Prior is pursuing her musical talents in a special way. She is the founder of the Youth Trumpet & Taps Corps, which gives high school and college trumpet players an opportunity to use their musical gifts to serve others. “Our main project is volunteering to […]

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