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Kehinde Wiley: A New Republic

A variety of new exhibits look to follow up on the success of Matisse in His Time at OKCMOA

A variety of new exhibits look to follow up on the success of Matisse in His Time at OKCMOA

The Unsettled Lens and After the Floating World open Saturday.

Hear the music

Civic Center Music Hall Photo Provided The Civic Center Complex, which sits on the west side of downtown, is home to City Hall, Civic Center Music Hall, the Oklahoma County Courthouse and OKC’s police station. All four buildings were constructed in the 1930s through a voter-approved municipal bond and a matching grant from the U.S.

Dear Diaries

It takes a pretty confident band to tour before it’s even released a record. It takes an even more confident band to do so in a foreign country. Modern Rock Diaries is that band. The Oklahoma City act’s confidence comes from the painstaking effort put into its debut EP and the overwhelming light show that

Dear Diaries

It takes a pretty confident band to tour before it’s even released a record. It takes an even more confident band to do so in a foreign country. Modern Rock Diaries is that band. The Oklahoma City act’s confidence comes from the painstaking effort put into its debut EP and the overwhelming light show that

Robinson crossing

To boldly go where relatively few have gone before (um, except for the likes of Bo Jackson and Deion Sanders), Oklahoma City Thunder guard Nate Robinson could try out for the NFL. Maybe. “I might go play football,” Robinson told SLAM ONLINE. “Do something that nobody’s tried to do.” The 5-9 Robinson had a football

Burger bliss

Legend has it that the onion burger was concocted — people argue whether it originated in Ardmore or El Reno — to help stretch out beef during the Great Depression by mashing onions (shredded, sliced or diced) into the patty before grilling it on the flattop. It’s accompanied by little else, but that’s because extra

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