Partnership with KOSU brings beloved alt format back from the dead.
News Gazette staff
After an abrupt jump from the airwaves to an online-only model, the
locally loved The Spy is returning to terrestrial radio. Beginning Aug.
20, The Spy will live from 7 p.m. to 5 a.m. on KOSU, the NPR station
that serves the Oklahoma City metro at 91.7 on the FM dial.
Retro Metro OKC is preserving the city's history, one artifact at a time.
News Carmel Perez Snyder
The Rock Island-Frisco Railroad heralds were displayed on Oklahoma
City’s S. Robinson Street train underpass for nearly 80 years. Chances
are most Oklahoma City residents drove by without ever noticing the two
symbols of the city’s past.
Daniel Day-Lewis embodies America's arguably greatest president.
Drama Phil Bacharach Lincoln practically shouts “prestige production” before you’ve
even had a chance to buy your popcorn. A costume drama about one of this
nation’s most revered historical figures, this is the kind of film
irresistible to awards groups.
The whole story behind the music, now ‘In Your Eyes.’
Documentary Rod Lott
Peter Gabriel’s 1986 album, So,
found the former Genesis vocalist at his commercial and critical peak.
Now, to celebrate its 25th anniversary, it’s not only been reissued in a
three-disc box set, but is the subject of the Classic Albums documentary series.