They're back! The world-famous "Show Dogs" at Liberty Theatre in Carnegie, OK. have made their triumphant and magnificent return. I'm a little late in getting the good news having just found out yesterday. I was talking with a friend about them and he told me they were back so I looked into it and sure enough, he was right! Somehow I missed it, they re-opened the theatre and started serving "Show Dogs" again back in November.
This means I could have been eating "Show Dogs" months ago. Oh well, at least I know now and will be planning a trip to Carnegie sometime soon to catch a movie and grab a bite to eat. If you've never been you're missing out, Liberty Theatre in Carnegie is legendary! It's a great movie theatre, but it's probably best known for its amazing hotdogs, which they lovingly call "Show Dogs." You have to try them, they're delicious!
Liberty Theatre in Carnegie is the oldest and longest-running operational movie theater in all of Oklahoma. It has a long and rich history that continues to this day. It features 3 screens showing all the latest and greatest movies. You can click here to see what's showing and get all the showtimes. I'm thinking of making the trip to Carnegie to see the new Batman movie. It's not only a great place to see a movie they also have some of the best concessions around. Their popcorn, drinks, candies, and of course "Show Dogs" are all top-notch.
The Liberty Theatre also features lower ticket prices when compared to other theatres. That makes it a lot more affordable to take the family to the movies and you can even get dinner while you're there. It's only a short 45 minutes away from Lawton, Fort Sill, and the drive is a scenic and relaxing one. Depending on which route you decide to take to get there. I've missed going and look forward to my next road trip to Carnegie.
They were closed temporarily due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but have officially re-opened! It feels like it's been forever since I've been and had a "Show Dog." Every time we wanted to go or were in the area we'd stop by and sadly it was closed. Somehow I missed the news of them re-opening back in November of 2021. You can bet I'll be making up for lost time and attempting to eat my weight in "Show Dogs" when I get there...
The "Clint Eastwood: A Cinematic Legacy" exhibit Dallas, TX.
Top 10 most terrifying towns & scary cities in Oklahoma
While Oklahoma is well known for its beauty and friendly people there are a few places in the Sooner State you'll want to avoid. These are the most terrifying towns and scary cities in the state. It's not that they're bad places, or plagued with crime and other negative factors. The towns and cities below have one single thing in common. They all have active paranormal and supernatural phenomenons. From ghost stories to urban legends and tragic tales. A lot of these places are well known to those who live in Oklahoma and even all over the nation. If you're looking to get scared or do a little ghost hunting you can start with the list below.
Funny, Crazy & Unusual Street Names Found in Oklahoma
One thing's for sure, Oklahoma has a ton of funny, unusual, and downright crazy street names. Across the Sooner State in every town, city, and rural community you'll find hilarious streets and roads with some of the most bizarre names you can think of. When they were named, more than likely years ago, I'm sure no one thought they would be considered crazy or funny at the time. Well, times have changed! Now some of these street names had to be deliberately named by someone with a great sense of humor. At least in my opinion anyway. Scroll through the photo gallery to check out some of Oklahoma's funniest and craziest street names. If you know of a funny or crazy street or road name in Oklahoma take a quick photo of the sign and submit it to firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll include it in the photo gallery below.
John Wayne: An American Experience museum Ft. Worth, TX.
If you're a fan of the Duke you have to make the trip to Ft. Worth and visit the John Wayne: An American Experience
museum. It's located in the Ft. Worth Stockyards at 2501 Rodeo Plaza. The gallery below isn't even close to half of what you'll see there. With 10,000 square feet and several rooms, the exhibit has everything from John Wayne's early childhood to his final days. You can get up close and personal with all the costumes, wardrobe, and props that John Wayne used in his films and throughout his career. Along with all the great displays throughout the exhibit, there are quotes from the Duke, interactive video and audio sections, and most, if not all of the walls are covered in photo murals and picture collages of the Duke.