“I came from a generation when we put on shows in basements and didn’t think about paying the bands, but we always did if we had the money,” he said.
“I think everyone’s an artist, and that’s the main conversation I have with people when they come to the door,” Wiggins said.
“The challenge for us is how do we modernize that and make it relevant to the particular programming that we’re doing,” Owens said.
Around 800,000 books, CDs, vinyl albums and DVDs will be available for a low price.
Miillie Mesh, Deanne Brodie-Mends, Jabee, Ebony Iman Dallas, Don Eisenberg and W. Jerome Stevenson discuss the culture of the metro’s arts scene.
Oklahoma Gazette commemorates Black History Month by sharing the stories and achievements of our communities and their leaders, from business owners to poets and musicians, as they contemplate our city’s black future. Cover by Chris Street.
Laurence Yadon wrote the book with Robert Barr Smith.
The event is Tuesday ay Dunlap Codding, 609 W. Sheridan Ave.
At a hefty 606.4 square miles, it might seem like Oklahoma City’s modest 1.3 million population has nothing but room to wander. But SixTwelve’s director of permaculture Paul Mays felt confined. The community garden is one of a few popping up across the metro as more people embrace sustainability, conservation and growing their own food.…
“You won’t know what you truly love until you’ve had a few jobs you don’t love,” she said.