Culture

  • A Long Time Comin’

    When asked how long he’s been working on his first solo album, the impressive and entertaining Magic Pocket, Bill Belknap laughs heartily “Do you want...

  • Kirby Thomas goes remote for ‘Ellen’ at the ACM Awards

    Airs Tuesday at 3pm on KJRH Channel 2. Watch the full segment below.

  • Close to the Bone

    “I bought my very first picture at a shop in Atoka, (Okla.) right before I stopped for fries and a Coke.” This is where Rabbi...

  • Cultural Agriculture

    Oklahoma is, undoubtedly, an agricultural state. Huge fields of crops like corn, wheat and sorghum line the roads of rural highways, stretching to the horizon....

  • Center Stage

    When Courtneay Sanders helped found The Playhouse Tulsa in 2008, she had a vision for what the theater troupe would become. “We (Sanders and co-founder...

  • 40 Under 40

    Doctors, lawyers, world-renowned illusionists – this year’s class is the most diverse yet, spotlighting 40 of Oklahoma’s hardest-working young professionals. From the state’s largest metro...

  • Robbing The Ranch

    It sounds like a plot from a pulp Western novel. In 2013, special agents from the Oklahoma Department of Agriculture Food and Forestry were called to...

  • Like Father, Like Son

    Untold numbers of Oklahomans have streamed into Nashville for decades with tunes in their hearts, stars in their eyes and lyrics scribbled in their notebooks,...

  • Art For Every Day

    Five Oklahoma artists have been selected from a pool of 60 to contribute to this year’s Art 365 exhibition. “Those artists each receive a $12,000...

  • Counting On Gar

    Old timers’ stories and photos tell of how local rivers once teemed with alligator gar – armored giants with three rows of slicing teeth that...