Hopes, dreams and hair — Lyric Theatre brings ’80s fever to Oklahoma City with Rock of Ages.
Frack Fest provides an underground arts experience.
A Chickasaw Nation-produced film about Oklahoma storyteller Te Ata gets a national release.
All About Cha teams up with the first MAPS 3 Senior Health and Wellness Center to improve quality of life in the senior community.
The event runs 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Saturday in Historic Capitol Hill.
Jon-Michael Frank’s droll comics are on display at DNA Galleries.
El Fogoncito brings a taste of Mexico to The Paseo Arts District.
The Boathouse District makes roughing it a little smoother with its Urban Camping Adventure.
Heritage Hills opens homes and gardens to the public for its annual tour.
Think again Don Porter, in his “Supporting Article V” (Opinion, Letters to the Editor, July 26, Oklahoma Gazette) letter, says he is for term limits for Supreme Court judges because there are liberals among them. He has no conception of a governmental memory, just like our state Legislature. It wants to control the courts rather…