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Oklahoma Today’s first issue of 2020 celebrates all things Oklahoma City. In our special section sponsored by Bar Cicchetti, the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, and OKC Ballet, we explore the legacy of the Oklahoma City Bombing of April 19, 1995. New York Times Magazine writer and Boom Town author Sam Anderson explores the quarter-century of history that has occurred since the bombing; Liz Blood looks at the trauma endured by the journalists who covered the bombing and its aftermath; editor-in-chief Nathan Gunter shares a story of running in the Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon; we take a tour of the Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum; and we look into the museum’s unseen archive at objects that tell the story of that day and the hurt, healing, and recovery that followed. In the rest of the issue, we visit Oklahoma City’s new Scissortail Park; we revisit Oklahoma City’s Paseo Arts District; Emmy-winning rapper and entrepreneur Jabee shows us Oklahoma City’s east side through his eyes; we look at Factory Obscura and Oklahoma Contemporary, two new arts organizations that are lighting up Automobile Alley; and we scour every square inch of Oklahoma City’s more than 600 miles for our Oklahoma City Scavenger Hunt. Plus: Full Circle Bookstore and Commonplace Books keep OKC denizens reading; D Taino Bakery brings something wonderful to the downtown library; and the Oklahoma City Girls Art School and the Oklahoma Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped bring opportunities to those who may not otherwise have them. All that and more in the January/February 2020 issue of Oklahoma Today!

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