Over the past year or so, we’ve heard a lot of chatter via the Ogle Mole Network that notorious alt-right OKC socialite Crazy Carol Hefner is considering a run for Oklahoma City mayor.
The rumors aren’t that surprising.
Carol unsuccessfully ran for State Senate back in 2011, was a co-chair – along with Ralph Shortey – of Trump’s Oklahoma presidential campaign, and she vocally loathes and despises any politician who might occasionally show understanding and reason, and not unconditionally follow her racist, anti-science, alt-right political dogma.
You know, politicians like OKC GOP-lite mayor David Holt. She dislikes him so much that she refers to him by the nickname we coined to describe him!
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We’d like to send a big TLO attaboy to Saxum PR CEO Renzi Stone!
It seems like it was just yesterday that the former OU hoopster was heart, hustling, and hardwooding his way up the ranks of the OKC PR scene, nominating himself for every 40 Under 40 award in town as part of a long, ambitious play to be the next Angus McQueen of OKC, minus the gun fetish.
Well, it’s safe to say his mission has been accomplished.
Late last week, Catherine “Oops! I Left The Oven On” Sweeney reported for State Impact Oklahoma that Saxum PR has secured a lucrative $3-million state contact with the Oklahoma Department of Health.
According to the contract, they’re supposed to do things like help with the state’s pandemic non-response and deflect, distract and gloss over all the mistakes and screw-ups Kevin Stitt has made as Governor:
Tulsa is home to a great many restaurants that I hope to someday try, with a few written on a list that keep in my wallet for whenever I make a trip up there. But, sometimes, that list is pretty useless when you drive by a place that immediately attracts you, filling your body and soul with a carnal (carne?) lust that can’t be contained until you’re finally seated there and that plate is mercifully delivered, front and center.
Or something like that.
That’s how Tally’s Café, 1102 S Yale Ave. on Route 66, was for me. With neon signage that proudly proclaims its streetwise history, at first glance, it seems like one of those tired cafes that desperately tries to hold on to an imagined era for as long as possible. And while there is a part of Tally’s that probably does try to do that, at least here, the perfectly made food really does most of the flavorful talking…