June 15, 2013

This Land Magazine

This Machine makes no reservations. The June 15, 2013 issue of This Land centers on the crossroads where food, history, and Oklahoma writers meet—and break bread.

WHEN CHILI MET CHEESE:  Your table awaits. The Route 66 restaurant that served Tulsa its first platter of Tex-Mex cuisine. By Mark Brown.

BEEF AND ELSEWHERE: Burgers with The New Yorker ’s Stillwater-born writer of stories from around here. By Sarah Graalman.

SCREENING SECRETS: This Land talks Wikileaks’ Oklahoma roots at Circle Cinema, June 28

ROUNDUP: Manning, May twisters, spanking, and Hanson’s first beer label. Oklahoma’s most important news you might have missed.

DO THIS: Cowboys, mermaids, machine guns, and flatheads. The best things to do in Oklahoma, June 15-30.

ORIGINAL OKIE: In 1944, during battle in Sieburg, Germany, a tank in which Joe Marak was riding was hit with a bomb. 

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