Organizers expect more than 75,000 OKC Pride Week revelers at events that run through Sunday along the strip on Northwest 39th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue.
“I just want the world to know how hard we tried to provide a culturally artistic outlet in such a worthy place,” Fletcher said after the final celebration.
When Adam Daniels performed his black mass at Civic Center Music Hall in Oklahoma City last year, a documentary film crew was accompanying him before and during the event.
A cosmetics store thrives after 14 years of ups and downs.
Tango classes ease your mind while working your hips.
The Ignite concept launched in Seattle in 2006 and has grown into an international phenomenon.
Paseo Arts Festival is back for a weekend of culture and good times.
For some, the Oklahoma City Asian District might conjure images of giant milk bottles or gilded domes, but the cultural significance is undeniably much more than that.
Contrary to popular belief, the annual celebration of Cinco de Mayo is not “Mexican Independence Day” (that is called Grito de Dolores and is held on Sept. 16) or a South of the border variation of St. Patrick’s Day. Cinco de Mayo instead celebrates the decisive moment in Mexican history when, at the Battle of…
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