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Katherine Schwarzenegger Details How She's Found "Silver Linings" of Pregnancy Amid the Pandemic

Katherine Schwarzenegger Pratt is revealing how she's maintaining a positive outlook on her pregnancy amid the coronavirus pandemic. The world first learned that the author and her...

Heather Morris Is ''Holding On to Hope'' as Search for Naya Rivera Continues

Heather Morris is practicing what she says Naya Rivera often preached. More than 24 hours have passed since the actress went missing off a Southern California lake while boating with her...

Naya Rivera Seemed ''Really Happy'' and ''Excited'' for Her Future Prior to Boating Accident

Naya Rivera was preparing for a bright future with her son by her side prior to her tragic disappearance, multiple sources tell E! News. Authorities are still searching for the...

Cassie Randolph Accuses Colton Underwood of Attempting to "Monetize" Their Breakup

UPDATE: Mere hours after Colton Underwood reflected on his breakup, his ex Cassie Randolph took to her Instagram Story to address his comments for "public record." "I would...

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TROUBLE AHEADThe Oklahoma City Museum of Art, 415 Couch Drive, will host in-theater screenings of “John Lewis: Good Trouble,” at 5:30 and 8:30 p.m.

Major opportunities: Ray Wylie Hubbard's new album 'Co-starring' features Ringo Starr, Joe Walsh, Ashley McBryde and more

By Brandy McDonnellFeatures writerbmcdonnell@oklahoman.comHe may be a septuagenarian, but Ray Wylie Hubbard is still finding plenty of firsts to achieve.After making his Grand Ole Opry debut a year ago, the Oklahoma-Texas music icon this summer is releasing his first major-label album, titled "Co-Starring.

Captain America, like his country, often reinterpreted

By Matthew PriceFor The OklahomanLast week, we looked at patriotic superheroes, their success in the 1940s, and their dwindling popularity by the mid-1950s.

Opinion: Oklahoma tribes, state collaborate on way forward after Supreme Court ruling

The Oklahoman OpinionA U.S. Supreme Court decision Thursday regarding tribal sovereignty had the potential to cause havoc with criminal cases, and perhaps others, across eastern Oklahoma.

Coronavirus in Oklahoma: OKC's 3rd Act Theatre Company to host virtual awards show

By Brandy McDonnell3rd Act Theatre Company, a new nonprofit theater company in Oklahoma City, will host an awards show in celebration of the closing of its first season, which followed the theme "Family.

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