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Wednesday, Sept. 1, marked the long-awaited opening of a new Homeland grocery story in northeast Oklahoma City. But it also marked the end of NonDoc’s sixth year — and the start of our seventh year — producing independent journalism.

Reporter Archiebald Browne covered the Homeland event, and then he took an hour out of his day to swing by the news dungeon to record the latest episode of the NonDoc podcast.

Archie has been with NonDoc since 2019 and has done a lot of reporting about OKC’s east side, including longstanding problems with food access in the area.

In this podcast episode, Archie tells us about his (literally) painful first encounter with Tres, we celebrate NonDoc’s anniversary and we delve into our deepest, darkest body-modification desires.

As always, you can listen to this week’s episode embedded right here:

Topics at hand: *Domino’s carryout insurance

An asterisk clarifies elements of “carryout insurance” along the bottom of a Domino’s Pizza television commercial in late 2017. (NonDoc)

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Andrea DenHoed is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma and was formerly the web copy chief at The New Yorker magazine. She became NonDoc's managing editor in March 2020 and transitioned to a part-time role as features editor at the end of 2022. She departed NonDoc in 2023 to pursue an educational opportunity.