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More ‘For Auld Lang Syne’, Okie style
OK [Dec 2011] - Can’t make it to Times Square for the big ball drop? Here's a few ideas on where you can party in your neck of the okie woods.
The Lowdown - Oklahoma
OK [Mar 2011] - Big-name bands and local singer/songwriters will once again storm the restaurants, coffee shops, bars, clubs and house concerts of Currentland during the month March.
Doin’ it at Downstream
Ever feel like you need to get out of Oklahoma once in a while for a good time? Well the Downstream Casino ain’t quite outta state, but it’s outta sight if you’re into catching some live music action. And it’s just a stone’s throw from Missouri, where they sell whiskey at Wal-Mart seven days a week.
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Pearl Cohen Launches Software Copyright Protection Group
NEW YORK, Sept. 2, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --??The law firm of Pearl Cohen Zedek Latzer Baratz LLP has formed a dedicated Software Copyright Protection Group that will be led by Mitchell Shelowitz, a partner with over 22 years experience representing clients in business and technology matters. Comprising a multi-disciplinary team of attorneys with extensive experience in protecting software, the ...
Bruce Pearl eager to get to work at Auburn
For the first time since 2011, Bruce Pearl is back to work at 100 percent. Pearl's three-year NCAA show cause penalty expired at midnight Sunday, which allows the Auburn head coach to fully recruit for his new program. ''I've got calls to make now,'' Pearl said Sunday afternoon. ''But it's just good to be normal again.'' Dozens of Auburn students and fans lined up at Auburn Arena late Saturday ...
Bruce Pearl's recruiting roll at Auburn continues
Ex-Maryland signee Trayvon Reed became the Tigers' fourth commitment in six days on Thursday.
Hong Kong's pearl of great price
Ever since 1841, when Hong Kong became an open port for trade to the world, this ???pearl of the Orient??? has anchored its identity on freedom of choice. On Sunday, however, China proposed to deny Hong Kong a key part of its identity. The Communist Party in Beijing now wants to decide which candidates can run for the territory???s chief executive in a 2017 election. If the idea is approved by Hong ...
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