Woodyfest 2018: Thursday Backstage

As most Woodyfest sup­port­ers know, fes­ti­val favorite Audrey Auld Mezera died of com­pli­ca­tions from can­cer three years ago. The Tasmanian native was known for her flam­ing red hair, her wry humor, and her kind and bois­ter­ous personality.

National Night Out, Faculty Heights

Last Tuesday evening, the Faculty Heights neigh­bor­hood joined thou­sands of oth­ers across the U.S. to cel­e­brate National Night Out.ï»ż National Night Out is an annual com­mu­nity-build­ing cam­paign that pro­motes police-com­mu­nity part­ner­ships and neigh­bor­hood cama­raderie to make neigh­bor­hoods safer, more car­ing places to live. Neighborhood res­i­dents gath­ered at host Miranda Arana’s homeï»żMs. Arana has been wel­com­ing us to her home for our twice annual neigh­bor­hood gath­er­ings for decades. For this we are so very grate­ful. Thank you, Miranda! to share food and fellowship.

Downtown Roosevelt, Oklahoma

is a small, all-but-aban­­doned town in west­ern Oklahoma. According to the lat­est cen­sus, the pop­u­la­tion num­bers 248. Today it’s known as a mas­sive auto­mo­bile morgue: sev­eral auto sal­vage com­pa­nies have set up shop there, and today the corpses of cars and trucks out­num­ber the liv­ing. The town once boasted a beau­ti­ful Art Deco high school, and across the street,
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