Charles Red Corn's 'A Pipe for February' to be a Film

Charles Red Corn's 'A Pipe for February' to be a Film
Charles H. Red Corn's novel of murder in oil-rich 1920's Osage Country, A Pipe for February, has been greenlit for production as a feature film. Set in 1924 Pawhuska, the story is told from the perspective of an Osage tribal member, the fictitious John ...
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Trade of the Day: Teucrium Corn ETF (CORN)
The situation with corn prices mirrors what we're seeing in the oil sector, in which excess supply is pressuring prices to near-record lows. Still, while corn prices are depressed currently, my belief is that demand by China and India for ethanol made ...
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