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The Centennial

Sunday a group of my friends gathered for brunch at Nova (a sure way to run into gays) before heading downtown for the Centennial Parade. Those that watched on tv saw a better show, but it was fun to pack in with the crowds for the high school marching bands, old celebrities, and lame floats.

At the beginning of the year my group of closest friends decided that throughout this year we’d do special things to celebrate the Oklahoma Centennial. It became a personal goal of mine to try to do 100 Centennial related things. I lost count a long time ago (plus it wasn’t always clear what counted and what didn’t), but the intention to get in touch with Oklahoma , its geography, history, and culture remained. . . . [read more of my HNOKC.com column here]

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