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LAWTON, OK — This week’s column carries a theme. 

It’s called opening up the live music experience for everyone, young and old, to all genres of music. From rock and metal to countrified Americana to jazz and mamba, if you’re playing any sort of music you want to be heard.

School is out for summer! And nothing goes better together than summertime and fishing! Now is the perfect time to load up the kids, head to the lake, and introduce the kids to some great, old fashion fishing fun.

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Moviegoers wanted to be under the sea on Memorial Day weekend. “The Little Mermaid” easily outswam all box office competition. According to studio estimates Sunday, Disney’s live-action remake of its 1989 animated classic brought in $95.5 million in North America. It's expected to bring in more than $117 million before the long weekend is over. The launch ranks as the fifth biggest Memorial Day weekend opening ever. “The Little Mermaid” knocks Vin Diesel and “Fast X” out of the top spot. The 10th installment in the “Fast and Furious” franchise starring Vin Diesel brought in $23 million domestically for a two-week total of $108 million.