Kalo’s eponymous band also performs 7:30 p.m. Feb. 24 at VZD’s Restaurant & Bar.
A Ponca City woman tried to hire a hitman through Craigslist.
“I let the painting lead me,” Curry said. “I used to always try to direct my paintings, but with the wax, I find it kind of has a life of its own.”
The dramatic Israel in Egypt oratorio made its debut in 1739.
Israel native and band founder Bat-Or Kalo used a trip through America’s Deep South to inform her music.
Director Alex Gibney continues excelling at documentary horror with Zero Days.
The infamous electronic dance music has plotted Cox Convention Center as a stop on his systematic sonic takedown of the entire planet.
The title refers to Mike (Asher Tzarfati, Double Team), a Vietnam vet who has spent the last two years traveling across Europe while barefoot, chased from country to country by two mute goons with snappy suits and silver-painted faces, because why not? “I think they want my life,” explains Mike, as if that explains anything.…
Photo: Mark Hancock ’Tis the season for many things: joy, coexistence, pageantry. Mostly, however, ’tis the season for giving… and music — because really, which season isn’t? Friday night at the Blue Note Lounge, one can experience all of these things, as the venue prepares for its inaugural Rock for Tots toy drive. The event’s…
About 20 Armstrong students and faculty members were sent to Jerusalem to work with Hebrew University’s Eilat Mazar, an Israeli archaeologist best known for her claim of having discovered the palace of King David. She has been unearthing a wall near Jerusalem’s Temple Mount that she dates to the time of King Solomon. Often criticized…