All posts by Brian Wilson

  • Head for an Adventure

    The summer is arriving, and it’s time to get out and explore. No matter what your interests are, there are many options for you in...

  • A Bartian Rebound

    Many thought Bartlesville would take a fatal body blow when Phillips Petroleum merged with Conoco and moved its headquarters to Houston in 2002. After all,...

  • The Art of the Grill

    Perhaps no smell evokes spring in Oklahoma as much as a freshly fired grill. Oklahomans take grilling and barbecue seriously, and while the spring may...

  • Mighty Mite

    Tiny Medicine Park has always been too big for its breeches … not because it wants to be, but because it has to be. The...

  • Guthrie’s Greatness

    Guthrie could slide into historic footnotes as Oklahoma’s first capital, but it uses the past to draw people to its Victorian downtown, Western heritage and...

  • Channeling The Bard

    Haley Grace Clark has a trait that many – especially The Bard – would extol but that worked against her in an important competition a...

  • Tastes of the Homeland

    In every land, every heritage, every kitchen, food unites people. Science has shown that the breaking of bread isn’t just a figure of speech …...

  • Fly-In Fanatics

    For some, it’s the accomplishment of seeing a project to completion. For others, it’s the thrill of defying gravity. For everyone, it’s the camaraderie, support...

  • Sand and Schnitzel

    You don’t need an ocean beach for your dune buggy, and you don’t need a metropolis to satisfy a hankering for a five-star schnitzel. Just...

  • The Voice of The Met

    In the 86 years that the Metropolitan Opera has had radio broadcasts, only four people – one born and raised in the Sooner State –...