The Oklahoma Weather Gods have officially declared war on Christmas.
Over the weekend, the World’s Largest Christmas Tree was damaged in Enid after ba humbug winds ripped off a 27-foot section from the top of the tree, putting a hazardous dent into the Christmas dreams and wishes of people in Western Oklahoma.
Here are details via KFOR.com:
Over the weekend, the humorless Wokelahoma segment of the Internet got their outrage on after Black Mesa Brewing launched a new beer called “Lets GOse Brandon.”
Yep, that’s right. A Norman brewery named after a slab of volcanic rock located in the far reaches of our deep red panhandle is pandering to the right-wing craft beer-drinking crowd. That’s an interesting marketing strategy. To please their new fans, they better make sure all their beers taste like Busch Light!
Here’s their Instagram announcement:
Located in a lonely alleyway off Britton sits the hidden gemstone of Oklahoma City’s record-buying public, the aptly named Alley Records, 918 ½ Britton Rd.
Run by local roots musician Ronnie Jay Wheeler, behind that metal door is a whole world of vaunted recordings, one where it’s easy to spend more than an afternoon just sifting through the listenable goods, walking out with an armload or two.
I was there last Saturday afternoon, after months of wanting to visit, if I could find it. Once inside, at first glance, it resembles a teenage boy’s bedroom, with a variety of posters on the wall and various memorabilia in the bookshelves mixed around the thrift-store furniture. I wish my parents had been this permissible.