Culture

  • Kayaking Across Continents

    Arezou Motamedi is one of many individuals in the Sooner state who love to kayak on the Oklahoma River. What makes Motamedi unique, however, is...

  • McAuliffe Elementary’s Kirby Thomas Makes Second ‘Ellen’ Appearance

    Oklahoma’s own Kirby Thomas makes her second appearance on ‘The Ellen DeGenerous Show’ today at 3:00pm. On today’s appearance, Ellen has yet another big surprise...

  • Art In Motion

    The average commuter bus boasts about 300 horsepower. AcrobatAnt, a Tulsa advertising firm, and the Tulsa Transit Authority are betting that Tulsa’s art scene has...

  • The Contender

    One of the fastest growing sports worldwide, the UFC – Ultimate Fighting Championship – began as a brutal, no-holds-barred sideshow experiment in 1993 and has...

  • Transit Technology

    For those who have ridden the city bus, it’s a common ritual: Standing at a bus stop, checking your watch, peering down the street hoping...

  • The Commerce Comet

    This spring marks the 40th anniversary of Mickey Mantle’s induction into the National Baseball Hall of Fame. Mantle left his mark on baseball as a...

  • Crafting Ancient Tradition

    Six years ago, Chouteau resident John Knifechief’s life changed forever. While riding his motorcycle on a rainy day, Knifechief was hit head-on by a driver...

  • Embracing Diversity

    When traveling, I am often greeted with a common conversation starter: “Where are you visiting from?” In some cities, strangers often look at me with...

  • Where Three Sisters Thrive

    Trail of Tears beads, ceremonial native tobacco and rare breeds of corn, beans, squash – referred to in Native cultures as “three sisters” – and...