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Oklahoma Today\'s March/April issue is a must for anyone enamored of Oklahoma\'s most remote region, the area that gives the state its unique shape, the Panhandle. First, award-winning Oklahoma Today contributor Jim Logan takes readers inside the causes and human cost of America\'s greatest ecological disaster, the Dust Bowl, which was centered in Cimarron County. Next, travel across the present-day Panhandle with photographer Mark W. Nault, whose portfolio of flat horizons and plunging canyons will make you yearn to visit the state\'s far western regions. Writer Becky Carman visits three bakeries making artisan bread, using a mix of twenty-first century methods and 10,000-year-old know-how, and Jeanetta Calhoun Mish ruminates on the writing of Oklahoma City native Ralph Ellison, author of Invisible Man. Take a journey through Oklahoma\'s rich Vietnamese cuisine culture, search for honeybees with artist Debby Kaspari, and go behind the scenes with Purcell native Parker Millsap as he records his latest album. All this and more in the March/April issue of Oklahoma Today.

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