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Articles from October 17, 2008

Andre Watts, Hitchcock Music Headline OKC Philharmonic Concerts
Yale University wouldn't give an honorary doctorate degree to just any 26-year-old pianist. But when Andre Watts received the honor in 1972, he was just beginning to receive a slate of awards and honors that continue to be bestowed on the musician to...
Commentary: Lot Lines: Making Money in a Down Market in Oklahoma
A wise commercial real estate executive once said that brokers typically earn the most money during really good times or really bad times in the market, while stable periods usually do not generate as much income. With the turmoil in the national economy...
Commentary: Technology Review: Samsung's Rugby Gladly Takes a Beating
Timex has an old familiar slogan about how its watches can take a lickin'.Samsung has introduced a mobile phone called the Rugby, which can take fiery sparks and several other forms of severe abuse, and still be able to make phone calls.The phone is...
Commentary: Theater Review: Nick Demos, Artistic Director of OKC's Lyric Theatre, Bids Farewell
The final production in Nick Demos' nine-year career as artistic director of Lyric Theatre is The Rocky Horror Show, on stage at Lyric at the Plaza through Nov. 1. Did he fear repercussions from staging this cult production? It's a show for adults....
Integris Health Edmond Set to Begin Construction Soon
The designer of a new hospital in Edmond wants the building to look like anything other than a hospital.Long, sterile, white corridors with tiled floors and bleak patient rooms are not on the menu as plans are finalized for the three-story, 150,000-square-foot...
Investors to Continue Ethanol Plant Plans in Blackwell
Investors are still interested in developing an ethanol plant in Blackwell, even though recent efforts to secure $60 million for the project failed in a tightening lending market, Oklahoma Sustainable Energy LLC Vice President Gary Bledsoe said."We've...
Libel Lawsuit against John Grisham Headed to 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals
An Oklahoma federal judge's dismissal of a libel lawsuit against best-selling author John Grisham and other writers is on its way to the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.Grisham's The Innocent Man deals with the 1982 murder of Debra Sue Carter and...
Local Investors Say New Oklahoma Bank Will Prosper despite National Financial Climate
Amid the biggest national financial mess in 20 years, one group of local entrepreneurs is doing the unthinkable: They're opening a bank.The Oklahoma Banking Commission on Wednesday granted a new charter to InVest Community Bank, which will open by year's...
OKC Events: October 17, 2008
Three alumni of Oklahoma City Public Schools will be honored Thursday at the annual Wall of Fame Humanitarian Awards dinner, sponsored by and benefiting the Foundation for Oklahoma City Public Schools, formerly named the Oklahoma City Public Schools...
Oklahoma Money Managers Trying to Deal with Market Volatility
It's hard to imagine anyone who has not suffered a double-digit investment loss through Wall Street turbulence over the past two weeks.But imagine watching that strike your salary at the same time, and your company's bottom line, and perhaps worst of...
Oklahomans on the Move: October 17, 2008
St. Anthony HospitalSt. Anthony Hospital named Penelope D. Cain MT director of laboratory services and Jan Curtis RN director of the quality resource department. Mary E. Bourne MS CCC-SLP, lead speech- language pathologist of acute care and outpatient...
Oklahoma Officials Gather to Tackle Autism Costs
State Rep. Doug Cox, R-Grove, was just bristling with questions - some of which he already knew the answers to - at Thursday's meeting of the House Public Health Subcommittee on Health. As the state House of Representatives' only physician legislator,...
These Walls: Tulsa's First United Methodist Church
If flipped upside-down, and not made of stone, Tulsa's First United Methodist Church might prove quite seaworthy.That reflects its Perpendicular Tudor Gothic architecture, one of the best examples in the region."It's very English in its design," said...
Tulsa's 3dicon Advances 3-D Technology
A Tulsa-based company said it has brought a quantum leap to 3-D technology.3DIcon Corp., a development-stage technology company, announced the completion of its proprietary three-dimensional display system, CSpace. Company officials said CSpace can project...
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