Sunday, December 4, 2022

Culture

I voted stickers

An ‘I voted’ sticker is the prize for enduring all these ads

So the big day — Election Day — is almost here. The suffering caused by the slog of constant political attack ads while trying to...
Halloween, plant-based horror

Halloween can be a tough time to mind your diet

It's that time of the year again. Halloween marks a spooky season when many of us eat a frightening amount of candy. I admit, even...
answer the question

Answer the question? The art of political dodgeball

With the 2022 election cycle nearing its zenith, NonDoc's journalists are racing to crank out general election articles and host the year's final political...
Loony Bin

Saying goodbye to the Loony Bin Comedy Club

It’s Wednesday, Oct. 12, and I’m at the Loony Bin Comedy Club in Oklahoma City. Terri and Larry, the club’s owners, have collected a...
ugly season

How hideous can the Ugly Season get before it’s over?

When we typically think of the fall season, images of trees in blazing colors and the smell of pumpkin spice come to mind. Beautiful...
Egg church OKC

Down goes Dumpty: OKC Egg Church has a great fall

So they finally did it. The First Christian Church — otherwise known as the "Egg Church" or even the "Boob Church" — is no more....
OKC brand synergy

Many options for brand synergy in the OKC film industry

I never heard the official word on whether Sylvester Stallone has eaten at Cattlemen's Steakhouse while in Oklahoma City for the filming of Tulsa...
ASSCAR

LIV Golf? How about another sport ripe for disruption

This year, Saudi Arabia's LIV Golf disrupted the peace and quiet of the PGA Tour by offering paydays far beyond what "the tour" could...
OU tailgating

This season includes new adventures in OU tailgating

Football season is upon us again in the state of Oklahoma. There's a palpable energy in the (scorching hot) air that smells strangely like...
All-Black Towns State Conference

‘It gives you hope’: Mayors unite at first All-Black Towns State Conference

Opal Lee, a 95-year-old known as the "grandmother of Juneteenth," had a simple message for attendees of the first annual All-Black Towns State Conference:...

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