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BOOK REVIEW: "Did It! Jerry Rubin: An American Revolutionary" by Pat Thomas

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LUCKY MAN: ELP drummer Carl Palmer plays OKC "Yestival" gathering; rest is rained out

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Science Museum Oklahoma hosts solar eclipse activities

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Matchless Learning: Tutoring the next generation

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Oklahoma City Council does not hear appeal on neighborhood stop signs

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Classic East Festival Day Two: Fleetwood Mac steals the show

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Classic East Festival Day One: The Eagles wow crowds at Citi Field

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The solar eclipse from Carhenge, in pictures

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Oklahomans stand in solidarity with Charlottesville

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THE ROAD TO SAINTHOOD: Okarche's Father Stanley Rother to be beatified Sept. 23

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Homeland store remodel on Classen has delays, but plans still in place

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Tulsa officer back to work after manslaughter trial

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Tulsa Officer Betty Shelby found not guilty of first-degree manslaughter

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Midtown bookstore draws crowd to grand opening celebration

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Tower Theatre to host grand opening concert

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Self-professed "geeky" coffee shop creates experimental brews in Tulsa's Pearl District

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The 14th Annual Blue Dome Arts Festival a success in Tulsa

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Rare August tornado in Tulsa rates an EF2

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Fire in downtown Wagoner still under investigation

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OKC, community work together to breathe new life into Red Andrews Park

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Oklahomans take to social media to dispel diabetes myths

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Alabama tops the polls again

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OKC Dodgers have crucial series this weekend

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Okarche police chief critical of predecessor

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Smaller crowd remains supportive of Trump, policies during Saturday rally

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ALBUM REVIEW: "Beautiful Man from Mars" by Jack Spann

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CHILDREN OF THE SUN: The fearful power of the solar eclipse throughout history

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As Oklahoma lawmakers deliberate over deficit, Newcastle tries to thrive

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Local woman seeks kidney donor on social media

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Solar eclipse captivates Science Museum Oklahoma skywatchers

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The multiple narratives of women in conflict zones

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The Women’s Interfaith Group in Oklahoma widens identities

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ALBUM REVIEW: "The Search for Everything" by John Mayer

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I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings: Still relevant in 2017

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REVIEW: Private Lives

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Theater professionals eye 2017-2018 season

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Forum lifted the hood on Oklahoma health care for attendees to learn how it works

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Do you want leaded or unleaded, sir?

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Conservative sustainability

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Mental illness or health problems maybe cause of OSU Homecoming crash

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OSU HOMECOMING HORROR: Names of crash victims released

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Evidence of early man found outside of Frederick

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Giancarlo Esposito's "Breaking Bad" character a real standout in canceled series

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COSMIC DANCE: OU experiences magical lure of solar eclipse

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Baffling "Spook Light" continues to appear on road in NE Oklahoma

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FOOD REVIEW: El Toro Chino

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Norman Public Schools reap benefits of bond success

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Trump’s solution to the opioid epidemic will make it far worse

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Lankford remains cool, collected at "Java With James" event in Norman

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Run, don't walk to OK Runner in Norman and Edmond

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TWIN PEAKS: The Return / Part XV Analysis

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MOVIE REVIEW: "The Hitman's Bodyguard"

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The Conservative View - Two-edged sword

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The Conservative View - Out of sight and out of mind

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Prince Charles' popularity declining as younger Royals' increases

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Unapologetically done explaining racism and racial prejudice

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French documentary on sustainability, ‘Tomorrow’ comes to OKC

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Crime Victim Rights Week: Families of homicide victims speak out

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What’s in a name?

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PART II: Broke jail

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Red Dirt Report was launched July 4, 2007 as an independent news website covering all manner of news, culture, entertainment and lifestyle stories that affect and interest Oklahoma readers and readers outside of our state. Our mission is to educate, promote civic engagement and discourse on public policy, government and politics. Our experienced journalists provided balanced in-depth coverage of news stories that affect Oklahomans. Our opinion/editorial stories come from a wide range of political view points. We carry out our mission by reporting, writing, and posting news and information. read more

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