Oklahoma Today

Oklahoma Today

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Founded in 1956, Oklahoma Today is the Official Magazine of Oklahoma. Each issue is filled with the best of Oklahoma's food, culture, places, people, history, arts, and events.

July - August 2014: The July/August 2014 issue of Oklahoma Today is our annual Indians & Cowboys Issue. Wrangler Award-winning writer and historian Jim Logan delves into the complicated history and legend that is the Apache warrior Geronimo, who spent the last fourteen years of his life living at Fort Sill. Champlin Firearms in Enid creates, restores, and repairs guns that are a marriage of beauty, history, and firepower, and customers come from all over the world to buy them.

May - June 2014: We've got your summer plans right here—Oklahoma Today's annual Travel issue is full of ideas that'll keep you on the road through Labor Day. In "27 Food Destinations Worth the Drive," you'll find road trip-worthy restaurants across the state that'll keep you refilling your gas tank—and stomach—all summer long, from sumptuous steaks at Black Mesa to pizza at Beavers Bend and everywhere in between. Take a trip through the Nature Center at Lake Murray, a modern waterfront homage to conservation.

March - April 2014: 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.

January - February 2014: In Oklahoma Today's January/February 2014 issue, New York Times and Oprah's Book Club bestselling author Billie Letts profiles her son, Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize-winning author and actor Tracy Letts, the 2013 Oklahoman of the Year. Go behind the scenes of August: Osage County, the shot-in-Oklahoma blockbuster starring Julia Roberts, Meryl Streep, and Ewan McGregor and produced by George Clooney.

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