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Keith Johnson

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  • 'Man Shops Globe' for Anthropologie, and the Sundance Channel tags along for the ride

     
    You've gotta hand it to Anthropologie. The chain for suburbanites who wished they lived in Paris has great home decor. Now the Sundance Channel has a TV series about the guy who buys it all. In the first episode of 'Man Shops Globe,' which airs at 10 p.m....
  • Fifth-Grader Saves Choking Classmate

    Cool as a cucumber. That's how Keith Johnson's fifth-grade teacher at Cherokee Street School described the 10-year-old, whose actions on Friday potentially saved the life of one of his classmates. "He's an incredible young man," said teacher Ryan...
  • Cops: Drunk Driver Left Passenger to Die in Wreckage

    ANAHEIM -- Authorities say a suspected drunken driver will likely face felony DUI and manslaughter charges after he allegedly tried to flee a crash that killed his passenger. The man, in his 20s, lost control of his car while speeding eastbound on...
  • OK43 Business Profiles

    OK43 Business Profiles
    If you are interested in a online profile of your business send us an email with your Business Name, Address and Phone Number along with your name to contactus@ok43.com Or call Keith Johnson, Internet Account Executive KFOR-TV/DT & KAUT-TV/DT, at 478-...
  • Lester Horton Dance Awards announced

    Lester Horton Dance Awards announced
    The eclectic list of winners of this year's Lester Horton Dance Awards, announced Sunday, included achievement-in-performance nods to Patrick Damon Rago for his evening-length piece "Manifold" and to Holly Johnston, choreographer and artistic director...
  • A Southern accent on day laborers

    A Southern accent on day laborers
    Outside the Home Depot on Ponce de Leon Avenue, no one engages in theoretical debates about whether illegal immigrants are competing for jobs with Americans. Here, the competition unfolds whenever a truck pulls into the parking lot, its driver looking...
  • Letters to the Editor

    Letters to the Editor
    LIVING & LEARNING What a thrill it was to read about Pom queen Lynda Resnick. Fresh out of business school, I was hired by the Franklin Mint (owned then by the Resnicks) in 1986. For eight years, she provided me with education and experience no lecture...