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ACM's 'Our Country': Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani sing after 'drinking all day'

Self-isolation looks pretty cozy in Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani's part of the world. The couple were seen in front of a campfire at Shelton's place in Oklahoma          [Author: Nashville Tennessean]
Tags: Religion, Gwen Stefani, Oklahoma, Blake Shelton, Shelton, Nashville Tennessean


Surprise! New Episode of ‘Tiger King’ Coming to Netflix This Week for All You Cool Cats and Kittens

The new Netflix documentary miniseries Tiger King has taken the population by storm. People can’t stop talking about the man known as Joe Exotic, his zoo full of tigers and lions, and his life full of some of the most incredible, unbelievably real characters you’ll ever meet. But even though Joe Exotic is sitting in jail right now, the saga of the Tiger King isn’t over. Reportedly there is a new Tiger King episode coming to Netflix this week. Variety called our attention to this update on Twi...
Tags: Twitter, Television, Movies, Documentary, Netflix, Oklahoma, Oprah Winfrey, Los Angeles Dodgers, Joe, Variety, Justin Turner, Joe Exotic, Carole Baskin, Jeff Lowe, Tiger King, Netflix This Week for All You Cool Cats


39 Tigers From Joe Exotic’s Zoo Now Live At A Colorado Sanctuary

The big cats have put Oklahoma's G.W. Zoo behind them, and now reside at The Wild Animal Sanctuary in Colorado.
Tags: News, Oklahoma, Colorado Sanctuary


This Week In Trailers: Autism: The Sequel, The Innocence Files, JJ Villard’s Fairy Tales, LA Originals, To The Stars

Trailers are an under-appreciated art form insofar that many times they’re seen as vehicles for showing footage, explaining films away, or showing their hand about what moviegoers can expect. Foreign, domestic, independent, big budget: What better way to hone your skills as a thoughtful moviegoer than by deconstructing these little pieces of advertising? This week we overcome being an ugly duckling, spend some more time with those with autism, have our third eye melted, look at some hip hop leg...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Netflix, This Week In Trailers, Punk, Cinderella, Movie Trailers, Oklahoma, Alex Gibney, Brothers Grimm, Liz Garbus, Rick, Martha Stephens, Innocence Network, Roger Ross Williams, Movie Marketing


Holdout States Resist Calls for Stay-at-Home Orders: ‘What Are You Waiting For?’

A small number of states in the Midwest and the South are under growing pressure to order all residents to stay at home to fight the coronavirus.
Tags: News, United States, Oklahoma, Midwest, Politics And Government, Governors (US, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV


An Oklahoma newspaper apologized for its coronavirus April Fools' story

An Oklahoma newspaper has retracted a coronavirus-related story it published on April Fools Day that caused panic among parents and teachers.
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An Oklahoma newspaper has apologized for a coronavirus April Fools' story after backlash

An Oklahoma newspaper has retracted a coronavirus-related story it published on April Fools Day that caused panic among parents and teachers.
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Why Hasn’t Trump Issued Nationwide Stay-At-Home Order Yet?

The resistance some states have shown to implementing aggressive coronavirus responses has led public health experts to call for President Trump to issue nationwide stay-at-home guidance. Across the country, mayors have battled their governors over how broadly business-closure orders should be implemented. In some cases, it appears that governors will only implement statewide orders when they feel they have the White House’s full backing in doing so. A nationwide stay-at-home order would...
Tags: Florida, News, Cdc, White House, Georgia, Missouri, Arizona, World Health Organization, Ohio, Oklahoma, Donald Trump, Trump, Oklahoma City, Tierney Sneed, Dayton, Tsai


Former UCLA lineman Christaphany Murray commits to Oklahoma

Former UCLA offensive lineman Christaphany Murray announces he has committed to Oklahoma, where he will rejoin former Bruins teammate Theo Howard.
Tags: News, Sports, Oklahoma, Ucla, Bruins, Christaphany Murray


Lawton OK Bans Sale Of Guns & Ammo Closes Academy Sports

U.S.A. -(AmmoLand.com)- Don Spencer, president of the Oklahoma Second Amendment Association recently released a video recapping OK2A's efforts to defeat recent encroachments on the Second Amendment Rights of Oklahoma citizens. In the video, Don recounts how he has challenged efforts of Lawton, OK government officials to shut down the local Academy Sports because it sells guns and ammunition. This was done by Lawton government officials as a response to the Coronavirus outbreak, but according ...
Tags: Guns, Oklahoma, Academy, State, Spencer, Don, Lawton, Gun Rights News, OK2A, Oklahoma Second Amendment Association, Academy Sports, Lawton OK, Don Spencer, About Oklahoma Second Amendment Association OK2A


"Stay-at-home orders have nearly halted travel for most Americans, but people in Florida, the Southeast and other places that waited to enact such orders have continued to travel widely..."

"... potentially exposing more people as the coronavirus outbreak accelerates, according to an analysis of cellphone location data by The New York Times. The divide in travel patterns, based on anonymous cellphone data from 15 million people, suggests that Americans in wide swaths of the West, Northeast and Midwest have complied with orders from state and local officials to stay home. Disease experts who reviewed the results say those reductions in travel — to less than a mile a day, on average,...
Tags: Travel, Florida, Law, Walmart, New York Times, Driving, Statistics, Oklahoma, Southeast, Midwest, The South, Fed, Oklahoma City, Evers, Ann Althouse, West Northeast


CS Soapbox: Tiger King, the Binge We Deserve but Not the One We Need Right Now

CS Soapbox: Tiger King, the Binge We Deserve but Not the One We Need Right Now Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness  has next to nothing in common with  The Dark Knight . Joe Exotic is no Bruce Wayne. However, both of their dysfunctional relationships with mammals have impacted society. Wayne grew up terrified of bats and embraced that fear to become a symbol against injustice. Exotic isn’t afraid of big cats, quite the opposite. If Exotic inherited the mantel of Batman, he would open ...
Tags: Florida, TV, Movies, Nbc, Netflix, TV News, The Dark Knight, Bruce Wayne, Batman, Oklahoma, Ace Ventura, Joe, Trump, Newman, Wayne, ComingSoon


Disney+ Reveals April Disneyland Park-Inspired Watchlist!

Disney+ Reveals April Disneyland Park-Inspired Watchlist! For the month of April, Disney+ is inviting viewers to take a trip around Disneyland Park with the streamer’s park-inspired watchlist. The theme parks include Main Street, U.S.A., Tomorrowland, Fantasyland, Frontierland, Mickey’s Toontown, Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, Critter Country, New Orleans Square, and Adventureland. You can check out the full list below! RELATED: Disney+ Titles for April 1 to April 30 Revealed! Main Street, U.S.A. ...
Tags: Movies, Disney, America, Streaming, Oklahoma, Caribbean, Winnie, Tom, Pete, Mary Poppins, Simba, Davy Crockett, New Orleans Square, ToonTown, Disneyland Park, Roger Rabbit


Volunteers On Horseback Deliver Groceries To Seniors Confined By Coronavirus Pandemic

SPENCER, Okla. (CBS Local) — Volunteers in Oklahoma are saddling up to lend a helping hand to senior residents who can’t leave their homes because of coronavirus pandemic. On a rainy Monday, Lisa Mahmoodjanloo and dozens of other volunteers delivered large boxes of food and supplies to 56 people, which is nearly every person at the Roscoe Dunjee Senior Living Center in Spencer. “We love our seniors. We want to make anything easier for them,” she told KOCO. This time, they added some fun. They b...
Tags: Offbeat, Oklahoma, Spencer, Local TV, KOCO, Talkers, SPENCER Okla CBS Local Volunteers, Lisa Mahmoodjanloo, Roscoe Dunjee Senior Living Center, Mahmoodjanloo, Debra Ingraham


What Happened After ‘Tiger King’

The former zookeeper known as Joe Exotic filed a lawsuit. Carole Baskin, who runs Big Cat Rescue, condemned how the series handled her husband’s disappearance. And activists pushed for new wildlife protections.
Tags: Florida, News, Zoos, Tigers, Oklahoma, Animal Abuse, Lions, Joseph, Netflix Inc, Agriculture Department, Big Cat Rescue, Rights and Welfare, Carole Baskin, Maldonado-Passage


‘Tiger King’ Joe Exotic’s 10 Wildest Music Videos

From the opening scenes of “Tiger King,” it’s clear that Joe Exotic, the star of Netflix’s latest documentary sensation, was ready to do just about anything to become famous. Throughout the series, he attempts to film his own reality show, runs for the governor of Oklahoma and even tries his hand at country music. His […]
Tags: News, Netflix, Oklahoma, Joe Exotic, Tiger King


FL Sheriff Seeks Tips In ‘Tiger King’ Doc Mystery Binged By Thousands Home Social Distancing

TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — It might be the biggest diversion from the pandemic: binge-watching the luridly fascinating Netflix documentary “Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness.” Now a Florida sheriff is asking the public for tips regarding one of the lingering mysteries raised in the recently released show: What happened to Carole Baskin’s husband? For those who aren’t up to speed, here’s a primer: Carole Baskin is the owner of Big Cat Rescue in Tampa, Florida. Tiger King, the documentary, is abou...
Tags: Florida, News, Netflix, Oklahoma, Jack, Lewis, Tampa Fla, Hillsborough County, Maldonado, Tampa Florida, Don Lewis, Baskin, Susan Bass, Big Cat Rescue, Nicole Lafond, Carole Baskin


VIDEO: Celebrate the 77th Anniversary of OKLAHOMA! with A Special Rodgers & Hammerstein's Retrospective

Celebrating 77 years on the stageRodgers Hammerstein's OKLAHOMA opened on Broadway at the St. James Theatre on March 31st, 1943, forever changing what we thought musical theatre could be. [Author: Stage Tube]
Tags: Theatre, Broadway, Oklahoma, Rodgers, Hammerstein, St James Theatre, Stage Tube


Angels’ Andrew Heaney bides his time during coronavirus quarantine

As Andrew Heaney sits at his home in Oklahoma, working through a list of the top 100 movies of all-time and enjoying the tree blossoms he hasn’t seen in a while at this time of year, he yearns for the day when he can return to the baseball field. Even if it’s in an empty stadium. As the Angels player representative to the union, Heaney was involved in the conference calls that led to last week’s agreement between Major League Baseball and the players about the way this coronavirus shutdown is ha...
Tags: Angels, Sports, Sport, Soccer, Williams, Mlb, San Francisco Giants, Oklahoma, Major League Baseball, Centers For Disease Control And Prevention, Los-angeles-angels, Alexander, Oklahoma State, Heaney, Joe Maddon, Jim Edmonds


To The Stars Trailer: The Beginning of A Strong, Unlikely Friendship

To The Stars trailer: The beginning of a strong, unlikely friendship Samuel Goldwyn Films has debuted the first trailer for To The Stars, the coming-of-age drama following an unlikely friendship in ’60s Oklahoma led by Moonrise Kingdom‘s Kara Hayward and Light As a Feather‘s Liana Liberato. The trailer can be viewed in the player below! Written by Shannon Bradley-Colleary and directed by Martha Stephens (Land Ho!), the film is set in 1960s Oklahoma and sees withdrawn farmer’s daughter, Iri...
Tags: Video, Hollywood, Movies, Oklahoma, Hayward, Samuel Goldwyn, Moonrise Kingdom, Adelaide Clemens, Movie News, Samuel Goldwyn Films, Liana Liberato, Shannon Bradley Colleary, Liberato, Kara Hayward, Jordana Spiro Ozark, Martha Stephens Land Ho


QotD: CoronaTiger Edition

From Jon Hauptman on Facebook:"Y’know, we look at Chinese wet markets and wonder when the next insane disease is going to jump from animals to humans. And then you realize that some unsupervised speed freak is feeding diseased cow remains to inbred tigers in Oklahoma, as fast as they can shovel the meat into the cage."Tiger King on Netflix has been the most amazing train wreck to watch during these trying times. Every time you think it can't get weirder or more awful, it does. . [Author: Tam]
Tags: Facebook, Guns, Netflix, Oklahoma, Qotd, Tam, T'hee, Bread And Circuses, Jon Hauptman


Do I Have to Pay My Rent or Mortgage During the Pandemic?

As March winds down, at least 250 million Americans have been told to stay home or “shelter in place” to help stop the spread of COVID-19. Problem is, many can’t help wondering if they can still afford a place to shelter in—if they ever could.Long before the coronavirus pandemic, generous swaths of the United States faced an affordable housing crisis. With millions of Americans losing their jobs and millions more facing unemployment in the near future thanks to a concerted economic shutdown gear...
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Sony Delays Ghostbusters: Afterlife, Morbius & 3 Other Films

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Sony delays Ghostbusters: Afterlife, Morbius & 3 other films Another studio is biting the proverbial coronavirus dust as Sony has announced it will be delaying the release of five major tentpole films including the highly-anticipated Ghostbusters: Afterlife, the second installment in the Sony Marvel Universe Morbius, the Peter Rabbit sequel and the long-delayed Uncharted, according to Variety. RELATED: Finn Wolfhard: Ghostbusters Afterlife Will Be a ‘Really Faithful App...
Tags: Movies, Cdc, Tom Hanks, Sony, Manhattan, Kevin Hart, Trevor, Sony Pictures, Oklahoma, Peter Rabbit, Paul Rudd, Bokeem Woodbine, Callie, Reitman, Carrie Coon, ComingSoon


Is It Too Early to Start Planning For Halloween? Because These Tiger King Costumes Are WILD

Netflix's new docuseries Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness is all anyone on social media can talk about right now, and if you've already marathoned through all seven episodes, then you probably know why. The show follows the story of an eccentric zookeeper named Joe Exotic who bred animals (particularly big cats) at his Oklahoma zoo before being sent to prison for a handful of pretty wild crimes. Since the show debuted on March 20, the Tiger King himself - with his blond mullet, horseshoe ...
Tags: Halloween, TV, Netflix, Beauty, Oklahoma, Beauty News, Beauty Trends, Halloween costumes, Joe Exotic, Tiger King


EXCLUSIVE: Co-director Rebecca Chailkin spills on the chaos of ‘Tiger King’

Co-Director Rebecca Chailkin Rebecca Chailkin just took the world by storm. Along with her co-director, Eric Goode, Chailkin loosed the Netflix series Tiger King upon the world this month. The docuseries chronicles the rivalries and shady dealings of big cat enthusiasts in the US, with attention paid to three in particular: Doc Antle, a combination zookeeper and spiritual guru with a harem of women; Carole Baskin, a conservationist who may or may not have murdered her vanished husband; and Jo...
Tags: Feature, Florida, New York, Entertainment, US, Lifestyle, America, Best, Fbi, Netflix, Tigers, Oklahoma, Joe, Ad Friendly, Eric, Doc


Golden Knights’ Free Agents: Who Stays & Who Goes

When the Vegas Golden Knights had their expansion draft, they were not expecting this much success early on. A number of players are still on the team three seasons later, and they have turned a number of their assets into core pieces. Related: Top 10 Nicest Current NHL Jerseys With their franchise players locked up long term, they have a few bottom-six skaters that are restricted and unrestricted free agents this summer. While these guys won’t get the big bucks, they still deserved to ge...
Tags: Washington, Sport, Chicago, Roy, Detroit Red Wings, AHL, Hockey, NHL, Oklahoma, Herald, RFA, Vegas, Chicago Blackhawks, New Jersey Devils, Holden, ECHL


4-star RB Brandon Campbell commits to USC

USC’s 2021 recruiting class picked up a big addition Saturday night. Running back Brandon Campbell committed to the Trojans, making him the fifth member of USC’s upcoming recruiting class. A four-star prospect according to 247Sports.com, the Lamar Consolidated (Tex.) back made the announcement via his Twitter account. Campbell picked USC over Penn State, LSU, Texas and Oklahoma, among others. He fills a big need for the Trojans, who did not receive a running back commit in their small 2020 class...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, College sports, Oklahoma, Usc, Campbell, Trojans, USC Football, College-football, Brandon Campbell, Lamar Consolidated Tex, Penn State LSU Texas


‘Tiger King’: We’ve been to the G.W. Zoo, here’s what it’s like

A couple of years ago we took a road trip in the midwest, part of a quest to see all 50 states, that brought us through Oklahoma. As we were headed north on Highway 35, we saw signs for “Interactive Zoo, Baby Tigers, Burger Barn”. Of course, we had to check that out! After pulling […] The post ‘Tiger King’: We’ve been to the G.W. Zoo, here’s what it’s like appeared first on On Location Vacations.
Tags: Movies, Travel Inspiration, Oklahoma, Netfix, Tiger King, TV Travel, Interactive Zoo Baby Tigers Burger Barn


Ex-Sen. Tom Coburn, conservative political maverick, dies

Former U.S. Sen. Tom Coburn, an Oklahoma family doctor who earned a reputation as a conservative political maverick as he railed against federal earmarks and subsidies for the rich, has died. He was 72.
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Former Oklahoma Sen. Tom Coburn dies after battle with cancer

Former Oklahoma Sen. Tom Coburn died at his home Saturday, according to a statement from his family. He was 72.
Tags: News, Stories, Oklahoma, Tom Coburn, Oklahoma Sen Tom Coburn