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RDR Originals

"The Breakfast Club" celebrating 30-year anniversary w/ limited theater re-release

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Bibi and the Bomb: Servile Congress will lap up today's sham address by Israeli leader, much to our dismay

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Tenth Evolution Weekend shows cooperation between science and faith

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"Shadows in the Night" offers a more personal side of Bob Dylan

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First Friday for March 6th

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Book Review: "Faith No More: Why People Reject Religion"

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"The Imitation Game": historical thrills and societal ills

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Torres to take oath of office for OKCPS Board seat tonight

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Unique OKC council race forum in Ward 2 measures how well candidates listen

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Men’s Big 12 basketball winding down to great finale

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OKC Dodgers announce job fair

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Campaign contribution reports list contributions, expenditures for council candidates

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Protesters spew hate at Muslims attending state Capitol event

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Hundreds rally against domestic violence during event at State Capitol

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Public servant Joe Dorman concedes during Tuesday night watch party

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MONKEY TROUBLE: The USDA puts OU on notice for animal abuse

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SUPER SUBS: Even after 40 years, Neptune Submarine Sandwiches is still a fantastic old-school lunch

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Provisional ballots underutilized but effective 95 percent of the time in Oklahoma

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Neocon pundit and author Stephen Hayes talks politics and more at OKC Town Hall forum

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What Corpus Christi can learn about planning its future from Oklahoma City

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The Urban Scene: Oklahoma City

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Mixed feelings surround first annual Oklahoma Muslim Day at the Capitol

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Do you know what you are doing for July 4 yet? Laverne just might be the place to go!

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Dan Short: the story of an Oklahoma Santa

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Local Santa shares children’s wish lists of 2014

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A study in fanfiction

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REVIEW: "Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part One"

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Alternative education rally at Capitol

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Earthquakes, hydrocarbons and the tobacco industry: lessons from the past

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Pot business is good business

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Dads and Tiger’s Jaw

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Manufactured pop star Lana Del Rey leaves RDR music critic cold

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USGS claims that the rise in earthquakes is not the result of natural process

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State Rep. Dan Fisher introduces a bill that is “Mythology and just not true!”

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"YSR" statues a reflection of Indian life and politics

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Mixed feelings abound ahead of Obama's trip to India

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Wigwam bldg in Altus, others, in running for Main St. awards

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Former House speaker touches on state's financial standing

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Small Town Matters: Art and gumption at work in Foyil

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Tulsa wilderness area in danger from outlet mall

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Centenarian, Irene Koelsch, is "tougher than a prairie chicken"

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OKLAHOMA MYSTERIES: Case of Nancy Helmle Probst, beaten and murdered in her home nearly 15 years ago, is still unsolved

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Brazilian Lens: Race and Police Violence

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Searching for Planets: 1 machine, 2 missions

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Marvel Universe LIVE set spidey-senses tingling

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Essay contest marks first step in Northeast Oklahoma City development

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Wind farms capture the eye out on the Oklahoma prairie

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On the line

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Respecting the community

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Scott Pruitt’s flaming ignorance of the consequences of prohibition

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CONSPIRACY, COVER-UPS & SPIN: A rose by any other name is still a rose

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It doesn't have to cost $100,000

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The Conservative View - Speeding cars and politics

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The Conservative View - Constant tinkering

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ODOC “about to implode” says OCP's Sean Wallace

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Computer company allegedly defrauds rural schools; buys vintage cars and SUVs

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Why the death penalty should be abolished

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What falling oil prices could mean for Oklahoma's economy

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Life on a budget

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