Culture

  • Capitol Improvements

    Thing are looking up – and soon will look more up-to-date – at the Oklahoma State Capitol. In May, Gov. Mary Fallin signed House Joint...

  • Virtual Monitor

    Charles Hill, author and publisher of www.dustbury.com, has a few things to say. His award-winning blog, entering its 18th year, entertains, infuriates and provides bountiful...

  • A Life In Signatures

    Bob Burke’s law office is like a museum. The Oklahoma City attorney with a long history of battling for worker’s compensation reform and enforcement began...

  • Nations At Play

    Oklahoma native Jim Thorpe left a lasting legacy in the sports world. Recognized for winning gold medals for the pentathlon and decathlon in the 1912...

  • Our Lady Of Art

    Oklahoma City-based neo-pop artist Marilyn Artus drew nationwide attention with her controversial exhibit Our Lady of the Anti-Personnel Weapon & Her Stepford Friends that displayed...

  • Center Stage

    This month, actors and actresses will anxiously await their cues. This time, however, they will not be backstage dressed in costume. The cue will not...

  • The Next Big Thing

    Gracing the stages of New York City, Clea Alsip is Broadway’s fresh face. With credits including numerous theater roles – most recently in Sarah Ruhle’s...

  • Okie Expats

    In 1918, a group of Oklahomans living in Washington, D.C., including Thomas Gore, Oklahoma’s first senator, decided to found an organization that would, according to...

  • A Generation’s Voice

    Even in Oklahoma, a state noted for its large American Indian population, few are familiar with the term “Red Power.” This often-overshadowed movement of the...

  • The Human Canvas

    For a sparsely populated area in the mountainous region of southeastern Oklahoma, Atoka County has produced a pretty nice batch of notables, including 1930s mystery...