Patrick’s News Round Up (8)

I ventured out into the wild to check out the Future Islands / Modest Mouse show at Diamond Ballroom last night, so this week’s news round-up will be a bit quicker than usual. Overall, it was a pretty good show. Although I fit in a little too well with the crowd – if you were […]

Has Ingrid’s been saved???

Earlier this week, we were first on the scene, first on the story, in reporting that Ingrid's Kitchen – the venerable Oklahoma City Bavarian eatery and bakery that was once featured on Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives – was shut down by the Oklahoma Tax Commission for failure to pay at least $125,000 in back sales taxes.

The news quickly shot through the Oklahoma City food scene like the smell of Ingrid's dinner rolls being brought to the table, leaving thousands and thousands of Oklahomans with thumbprint cookie-sized holes in their heart, wondering if, when, or how the wound will ever heal.

Well, I guess we have good news to report!

Yesterday afternoon, Ingrid's left a couple of updates on Facebook. One of them thanked a list of local businesses, while another announced the eatery would be reopening its doors today.

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James Lankford announces he’s Pro-Choice now…

The 2022 Oklahoma US Senate race has taken a dramatic turn!

With multiple right-wing challengers salivating over his US Senate seat, James Lankford – our state’s green-thumbed junior US Senator – boldly announced he’s now pro-choice, and no longer in favor of the federal government getting involved in the private healthcare decisions of families and individuals, even when it comes to valuing and protecting the sanctity of life.

Check out the following press release he issued about the Stop Vaccine Mandates Act – a new piece of legislation he introduced this week in the US Senate:

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