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Individual Artists of Oklahoma began hosting Oklahoma Voices poetry reading about a year and a half ago. | Photo Gazette / file

Oklahoma Voices poetry reading promotes a diverse set of Sooner voices

Oklahoma Voices poetry reading promotes a diverse set of Sooner voices

Oklahoma Voices poetry reading promotes a diverse set of Sooner voices.


Food Briefs: Bleeding Hearts Brunch, United Fresh Start Foundation, Inner Circle and more

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.

Graffiti artists showed off their skills at last year’s Oklahoma Hip-Hop Festival. | Photo Oklahoma Hip-Hop Festival / provided

Oklahoma Hip-Hop Festival returns to celebrate Oklahoma City’s first observance of Hip-Hop History Month

The festival premiered last year on Film Row but makes its new home this year at The Criterion.

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Cover Story: Tricks! Treats! Frights! Delights! OKG’s Halloween event roundup is here

Pumpkins, goblins, zombies, murder mysteries, terror trails, candy, cocktails, costumes, bar crawls and more haunt the metro this season. With two weekends in which to celebrate the coming of all hallows’ eve this year, our city offers dozens of activities for adults and families alike. Heeeeere’s Oklahoma Gazette’s list of things to do and see

Make me a match

Perhaps Valentine’s Day is actually the bleakest holiday. While all holidays celebrate love and togetherness, it is specifically Valentine’s Day that can make the most staunchly independent souls feel like their lives are lacking. It celebrates a special kind of togetherness, and the Oklahoma Artist Network (OAN) is taking this opportunity to celebrate matchmaking of

Hip anatomy

Despite a common misconception that they are all about partying, hip-hop lyrics often convey important messages regarding political and social problems. At Inclusion in Art’s latest exhibition, Cipher, which opened last weekend, artists display pieces of their work inspired by hip-hop lyrics. Cipher’s first run was last year in Tulsa, but because of statewide interest,

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