“We all pulled different elements of places, restaurants, bars and music venues that we’d seen around this country and international,” Colton told Oklahoma Gazette. “Never was there something with all-in-one. It was a challenge and an opportunity, with a big bet made on Oklahoma City.”
IAO presents Bleeding Hearts Brunch and Coffee Tasting, United Fresh Start Foundation brings salad bars to two local schools and Inner Circle hosts a Valentine’s masquerade.
The festival premiered last year on Film Row but makes its new home this year at The Criterion.
Co-playwrights Gaylene Murphy and Linda McDonald met at the University of Central Oklahoma.
Baloney Rodeo had a two-decade run in Oklahoma City from 1989 to 2009.
“I went to Girl Scout camp and sold cookies every year. I know that being a Girl Scout had a huge impact on me,” she said.
Film Row relaunches its monthly street festival with improvements and a new name.
Biting the Apple puts sex and erotic art front and center and makes it okay to talk about.
“We thought it would be something fun and something catchy,” he said.
His subjects, however, didn’t influence his media choice.