Spotlight Oklahoman: Gordon Cooper: Pioneer in Space
*This article is enhanced with AI and sourced from Wikipedia. Gordon Cooper, a distinguished astronaut and aviator, was born on March 6, 1927, in Shawnee, Oklahoma. Raised in the heart of America, Cooper developed a passion for aviation at an early age. His journey from the skies of Oklahoma to the vastness of space would later define him as one of the key figures in the history of space exploration.
Double Shotgun House, Shawnee
When I think of Shawnee I think of the Graham and Usher families, and I imagine one of them owned this house, which sits across from the commissary that has become the symbol of the village. It’s a somewhat rare house type known as a double shotgun. While the lack of windows along most of […]
U-Haul Offers Free Storage to Shawnee Tornado Victim
U-Haul is extending a helping hand to the residents of Shawnee, Oklahoma, who were impacted by the devastating tornado that struck late Wednesday. The company is offering 30 days of free self-storage and U-Box container usage to those affected by the disaster.
The Hornbeck and Penthouse Theater of Shawnee Okla. is Missed
Myself, my wife, and our two young sons lived in Tecumseh, Okla. during the 90s. Money wasn't plentiful. I worked as a janitor for the state of Oklahoma at a local juvenile dentation center and my wife worked at her brother's foundry. I would also occasionally sell some bits of humor to supplement our income. The Kennedys of the plains we were not. But we would still manage to go out on the town.
Dinner Theatre: Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre
Shawnee, KS – Levity Players Group (LPG) in cooperation with 825 Studios, is hosting a dinner theatre this Spring. It’s a pretty unique event that will have people riveted. The series is intertwines a story of murder, a courtroom potboiler fit for TV drama, and you guessed it...the audience gets to participate.
Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre in Kansas City Metro
Shawnee, KS – Levity Players Group (LPG) is hosting a dinner theatre this Spring. It’s a pretty unique event that will have people riveted. The series is intertwines a story of murder, a courtroom potboiler fit for TV drama, and you guessed it...the audience gets to participate.