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“Shawnee Symphony” by Steve Hicks | Image provided

Artist and longtime OBU educator Steve Hicks celebrates retirement with As I See It

Artist and longtime OBU educator Steve Hicks celebrates retirement with As I See It

A special reception is planned for 6-9 p.m. Feb. 9 during 2nd Friday Norman Art Walk.

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21c Museum Hotel celebrates one year in OKC with new exhibit OFF-SPRING: New Generations

The multimedia exhibit includes work by more than 40 artists from more than a dozen countries.

The Kentucky Fried Movie

Nothing more than a collection of roughly two dozen unrelated sketches, The Kentucky Fried Movie succeeds most at skewering its own medium: American commercial cinema. Fake trailers mock the exploitation fads of the era with Cleopatra Schwartz (blaxploitation), That’s Armageddon (disaster movies) and Catholic High School Girls in Trouble (youth sex films); they’re so dead-on,

But do they have a library card?

According to KFOR-TV, the nasty little buggers invaded the library a couple of weekends ago and forced the library to actually shut down. (We’re sure the classier bookworms were all appropriately miffed to see such scalawags.) “The library is sort of a hub for the community, so we’re going to see a lot of different

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