Local author Amy Dee Stephens concludes the story of the first 112 years of the Oklahoma City Zoo with her new book, on shelves now.
OCU and Oklahoma Historical Society hosting an evening showcasing Turpen’s new book, while raising scholarship funds.
E. Blake Jackson uses what comes second nature to him to tackle the expanding universe of communications for Saxum.
Whether it’s business or fun, retailers around the metro keep both the fashion savvy and the sartorially challenged looking great.
There are certain lines in society that some are scared to cross. For entertainers like Darryl Rhoades, those lines exist to be exploited.
Amid celebrity comparisons and a Grammy nomination, this small-town Oklahoma songwriter isn’t letting big-time success get to his head.
Hear about trailblazing women journalists who made history from the women themselves at Friday’s roundtable discussion.
As Batman said in The Dark Knight Rises, “A hero can be anyone, even a man doing something as simple and reassuring as putting a coat around a small boy’s shoulder to let him know that the world hadn’t ended.” Premiere on Film Row is celebrating comic book superheroes, police, firemen and everyday heroes alike…
The Sooner Theatre rolls out the red carpet this Saturday for Moore Norman Technology Center’s (MNTC) 6th Annual Film Festival showcasing student work from its digital video production (DVP) and graphic design classes. The eight short films to be showcased were written, produced, directed and edited by MNTC students for their DVP capstone course. Working…
One of the world’s largest tattoo and music culture events happens Friday-Sunday at Grand Casino Hotel and Resort. Ink Life Tour Tattoo and Music Festival is a three-day party that’s as close to all-inclusive as anyone could want. The casino itself includes gaming, food, drinks (lots of ’em) and a convenient place to crash. The…