Entertainment

  • James Taylor

    Whether he’s fronting a band, playing a duet with an equally iconic presence or alone and strumming his guitar, James Taylor and his music continue...

  • The Phantom of the Opera

    It has been acclaimed as “bigger and better than ever,” but fans of the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical The Phantom of the Opera are used...

  • 2014-15 College Football

    Summer is gone. Sure, the temperatures may be hovering higher than the ragweed count at a Woodward wind farm, but when that pigskin is hiked,...

  • Cinematic Maverick

    Starts Friday, July 25 Circle Cinema honors James Garner with a weeklong screening of the film that earned him an Academy Award nomination. The Norman...

  • Alexandre Hogue: An American Visionary

    Oklahoma no longer looks like the arid, over-plowed wasteland seen in photos from the 1930s. Photographers documented the Great Depression and Dust Bowl migration of...

  • Just A Small Town Girl

    Last month, Kristin Chenoweth performed her first solo show at London’s Royal Albert Hall, crossing yet another great world stage off her theater bucket list....

  • Hard Times, Oklahoma, 1939-40

    Opens Sunday, July 27 The hardships of Oklahomans and their Dust Bowl brethren, forced to migrate to California during the Great Depression, are the powerful...

  • Art with Purpose: The Works of E.W. Deming

    Opens Sunday, July 27 A brief New York Times article published in May 1914 tells of a small exhibition in the home of “Mrs. Harriman”...

  • 2014 NORCECA U-19 Continental Volleyball Championship

    Ends Saturday, July 19 The best volleyball teams from eight countries continue to battle it out at the Cox Business Center, 100 Civic Center, Tulsa,...

  • 133rd Otoe-Missouria Summer Encampment

    Thursday, July 17-Sunday, July 20 The Otoe-Missouria Summer Encampment celebrates its 133rd year this weekend, giving visitors the chance to see tradition in action. The...