Slate: New Monopoly token will ruin game, possibly America
The board game Monopoly will soon lose a classic token and gain a new one, by way of a public vote on Facebook. It may sound like harmless fun, but is in fact a travesty, though not for the sake of nostalgia or preservational instinct.
VIDEO: At Golden Globes "Argo," "Les Miserables" win big
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Cherokees donates $10K for child abuse advocacy
The William W. Barnes Children’s Advocacy Center recently received a significant donation from the Cherokee Nation — $10,000 — to assist even more victims of child abuse.
Rotary Club to host ‘Dancing With the Stars’ fundraiser
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Here's why your paycheck just shrank
Many Americans just received their first paycheck of 2013. That sound you hear is the collective "What the . . ." they have emitted upon looking at their pay stub.
Annual Patronage Drive presents Tulsa Symphony ensemble
Since 2007, the Claremore Symphony League (CSL) and Tulsa Symphony Orchestra (TSO) have partnered to share musical and educational opportunities with the Claremore community. Throughout that time, CSL has raised more than $40,000, providing Claremore schools with orchestral concerts and music education.
Saban, Kelly approach showdown from different experiences
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Women will rule cable TV in 2013
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Inaugural music: It's nice, but it's not a concert
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