The performance art of drag is in the spotlight in the San Diego History Center’s newest exhibition, “Legendary Drag Queens of San Diego.” Drag’s roots go way back to ancient Greek plays, operas and Shakespeare, but also in vaudeville and pantomimes.
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If you love entertaining, warmer weather brings up images of visiting with friends on the patio or deck, and enjoying light summer fare with a delicious, refreshing rosé wine.
A one-of-a-kind, all-seasons deck is possible in any climate — if the right features are included in the design.
The Mirage Spa & Salon offers Postmodern Jukebox-inspired packages for all guests looking to travel back in time for an evening.
Feral Hog Management, Soil Health and USDA Program Updates will be the topics at a FREE workshop and lunch on June 20 in Spiro.
The Savage Storm moved up to ninth following the conclusion of the third-go-round with 235 points heading into the championship round.
We have sad news to pass on: Mike Littwin’s wife, Susie, died recently after a long battle with Alzheimer’s. She was 70. Mike wanted to tell you himself because, as he said, “that’s what writers do. They write.” But it is not yet time.
Flood-impacted private well support event
Pistachio Gazpacho with Watermelon and Cucumber Recipe
The Palm Cove Women’s Club celebrated the Kentucky Derby with a dinner party at their clubhouse and chose the Equine Rescue and Adoption Foundation as their charity.
B.A.S.S. and Lake Guntersville have a long and continuing history dating back to 1976. That year, Rick Clunn won his first of four Bassmaster Classics, and next March, the fishery is on slate to hold the 50th edition of the Classic.
“Everyone can make a difference,” stated by Rebecca Snyder, Curator of Conservation and Science for Oklahoma City Zoo.
Every year on July 13, singers in Sweet Adelines International and fans of a cappella music sung in the barbershop style celebrate Barbershop Music Appreciation Day with community performances and other activities designed to share this unique singing style.
We have several things coming up.
Belgian Trappist monks who brew one of the world’s most coveted beers are turning to online sales to ensure their limited supply goes directly to beer lovers rather than to profiteers.
San Diego writers are crushing it lately, and here are three hot new releases (two on the same day!) from three San Diego writers.
If you’re looking for a delicious recipe that includes lentils, try making a French lentil and fennel salad
Aside from pests, another thing that can destroy your home garden is a natural disaster.
Americans have a long-standing love affair with grilling.
The total solar eclipse expected in northern Chile early next month is already drawing flocks of visitors eager to glimpse a rare view of the phenomenon through the region’s clear skies.
moving some campsites at Twin Harbors State Park south of Westport
A guide to growing your own sprouts
Tailored suits and leisure wear take center stage at London Fashion Week Men’s this weekend, where designers are presenting their latest offerings for spring wardrobes.
Join us at the Soules College of Business Career Fair to enhance your organization’s brand on campus and build relationships with our students and alumni.
Fruit and vegetable growers and others interested in learning about
produce safety and regulation are invited to attend a Produce Safety Alliance Grower
Training Course from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. June 25 in the Wichita Room of the Prairie
Building at the Comanche County Fairgrounds.
This recipe for a healthy, energizing snack is from Danielle Duboise and Whitney Tingle, the founders of Sakara Life, a plant-based meal-delivery program.
Clothes grown from slime mould and tupperware handbags were among the environmentally-friendly designs and ideas presented by fashion graduates at a London arts school on Friday.
OKLAHOMA CITY OK – In only three months, the Oklahoma School Report Cards’ interactive dashboard has drawn more than 1.2 million views.
While it’s true that strawberries have a very short shelf life, here are some suggestions that you can try if you want to keep them around for longer.
Only property in Southeastern Oklahoma to win coveted award in 2019
Chef Lincoln Unveils the Hawg Heaven Brisket Dawg
Consumers can now enjoy their marijuana in the form of a beverage.
For generations, Czechs have consumed world-beating volumes of beer in the smoky, wood-panelled rooms of their local pubs, all but indistinguishable from each other bar the brand of lager flowing from the taps.
San Diego sculptor Roman de Salvo, the newest artist-in-residence at the Timken Museum, recently began building the equivalent of a large-scale erector set inside the Balboa Park museum’s atrium.
Any special occasion — whether it’s Mother’s Day, a birthday, a wedding shower or a baby shower — presents a great excuse to host a delicious, memorable brunch for family or friends.
Interested in becoming a better inhabitant of your own neighborhood?
Bananas are a tasty snack that many people eat regularly without much thought
Food and water are essential for your survival.
Sitting in the warmth of a wood fire in her home in Chile’s deep south, Cristina Calderón sometimes wishes she had more people to speak to in her mother tongue as she weaves woolen socks to sell at the local market.
Due to heavy rains and flooding in the Ponca City area, the workshop originally scheduled for June 6 will be postponed until September 4.
The owners of the Plainville Livestock Commission in Rooks County are charged with carrying out a check kiting scheme that cost banks millions of dollars, U.S. Attorney Stephen McAllister said today.
Making your own hemp milk is easy
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Rev. Susan Walker, Guest Columnist
“Mommy what are these?” said the little boy growing up in the year 2050. He was looking at a photo album that had belonged to his grandmother when she was young. The picture showed her sitting at a table with a little box on it and a small device with one piece sitting in a stand of some kind. He was curious because he had never seen things like that before.
Whether it’s gardening, cooking, or simply being creative, summer is the perfect time to combine your favorite passions into a DIY project.
Puerto Williams, a growing hamlet draped in snow-covered peaks on the remote southern tip of the South American continent, has been upgraded to the category of “city” by Chilean authorities, making it the world’s southernmost city.
As a dining room full of invited guests sampled items from the new menu at The Kitchen at Atomic on a recent Saturday night, chef Jackson Stamper visited the tables to introduce himself and discuss his cuisine and the philosophy behind it.