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HAPPENINGS

OKLAHOMANS GET A LITTLE IRISH  Gear up in your favorite shade of green and get ready to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day around the state.  Oklahoma...

Homecoming

Although former Gov. and first lady Frank and Cathy Keating moved to the nation’s capital following the inauguration of former Gov. Brad Henry in...

Like Mother, Like Son

Jim Paul Blair’s childhood memories are different from most. At four-years-old, it was commonplace for young Blair to hang out in his mother’s motel...

Vinyl Revival

The retro renaissance has older generations dusting off their albums and millennials flipping through LPs at record stores instead of browsing iTunes. At Chimera...

Happening

Calling All Chocolate Lovers Oklahomans are invited to let their chocolate cravings run wild at the Firehouse Art Center’s annual, award-winning Chocolate Festival, scheduled for...

Standing Up For Heritage

Artist Matthew Bearden, typically known for his ultra-realistic portrayals of American Indian subjects, entered the mascot controversy in a roundabout way. During a conversation...

Happening

Oklahoma’s 2015 Christmas Ornament Friends of the Mansion, an Oklahoma City-based nonprofit aimed at preserving and improving the historic Oklahoma Governor’s Mansion, has announced the...

The Tall Tale of ACRO

Some kids go fishing at a river in McCurtain County in 1982. Acrocanthosaurus atokensis (dubbed “ACRO” by paleontologists) is named the official state dinosaur of...

The Wahzhazhe Way

Wahzhazhe, is a contemporary ballet that brings together the unique and diverse qualities of Oklahoma history and the culture of the Wahzhazhe people, now...

One Last Ride

Canyon Trail may be the last film from brothers Rick and Larry Simpson, now deep into their 60s. If it is, Oklahoma will lose...
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