When my Father let me out of work, I would watch a Thursday afternoon matinee for a mere 35 cents. You could see the Saturday matinee or the evening show while enjoying popcorn and a Coke for under a dollar.
It was a glorious gathering of fellow nerds and a sight to behold.
As part of our new Printed Edition page called S.T.E.M. (Science Technology Engineering Math), Charles Betzler talks about the Pythagorean Theorem
Good Shepherd has been served by 33 priests, and is celebrating their 117th Anniversary this Month.
It would be hard to imagine life without a portable power source. And yet for being such a common part of everyday life, so few of us know much about batteries.
Dago Pearce became such a fixture at his old location that the Sapulpa Historical Society honored him with a replica of his shop, which can be seen on 114 E. Lee Street.
“I can still remember what the store looked like…” step back in time with a look at another now-gone local business that shaped Sapulpa.
Netflix, SlingTV, Roku, KODI boxes…there’s so many options! Our resident nerd breaks them down for you.
In our new weekly feature, “Do you remember?” Charles Betzler reminisces about the Tasty Pastry Bakery, which became well-known for their bread and desserts.
Take a moment to reminisce about the things Sapulpa used to have, and the way life used to be.