Culture

  • Giving The Gift

    Most Tulsa residents have seen a sculpture by Rosalind Cook, an artist with more than 30 public works in the city who will be inducted...

  • Pushing To Extremes

    Oklahoma native Dr. Amanda Stevens has been pushing her body to its limits since she was a child, and now she has reached her own...

  • Culture In Limbo

    Oklahoma City’s American Indian Cultural Center and Museum won’t see completion anytime soon. The 20-year-old project remains in limbo after this year’s legislature adjourned without...

  • The Trauma Of Culture

    When commentators called the 2008 presidential election for Barack Obama, author and storyteller Clifton Taulbert celebrated, but not whole-heartedly. The child in him, raised in...

  • To the Tune of Three

    Can three conductors lead one orchestra? Tulsans will find out as Tulsa Community College Signature Symphony continues its search for a conductor to replace Dr....

  • Dancing With Grace

    Like many other 19-year-olds, V. Kyle Tyson has spent the summer preparing for college, finding a place to live, choosing her classes and worrying about...

  • The Swingin’ Days

    A vacation trip prevents drummer Don Hartzell from making a Friday morning gig at Reed Community Center, but the four other musicians who gather in...

  • Ten for Free on the Fourth

    Jenks American Freedom Fest Friday, July 4, music begins at 2:00 p.m., fireworks at 9:45 p.m. www.jenkschamber.com See the fireworks reflect in rippling water of...

  • Festival On Wheels

    There’s a brand-new live-music experience rolling out this summer, and Oklahoma’s right in the big middle of it – both figuratively and literally. “Rifftime Music...

  • Returning to the Fold

    It’s not every day that you see something that changes your life and the lives of others. But that’s exactly what happened to retired U.S....