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Cellist and Norman native Valorie Tatge has been performing with OKC Philharmonic for more than 25 years. | Photo Larry Moore / provided

OKC Phil cellist Valorie Tatge’s weekly work schedule is a balancing act

OKC Phil cellist Valorie Tatge’s weekly work schedule is a balancing act

Tatge, a Norman native, has been playing with OKC Phil for the last 25 years.

Jabee front right poses as a child in a picture with his family. Jabee: The Life & Times will incorporate several old photos of Jabee and his family to help create a live documentary event. | Photo provided

Rapper Jabee unveils his unique ‘live documentary’ musical stage show Jabee: The Life & Times

The small, intimate show runs Thursday-Saturday in The Actor Factory’s 40-seat Norman theater.

Helen Kelter Skelter (Photo Dylan Johnson / provided)

Norman-based Helen Kelter Skelter gives fans hot new tunes on sophomore album Melter

HKS plays two Norman-area album release shows, including a free show Jan. 12 at Opolis. The band also plays Jan. 13 at The Brew Sessions.

On Wednesdays, the Oklahoma Democratic Party’s office turns into a phone bank where volunteers make calls to voters in support of the Democratic candidate in the Senate District 45 race. (Photo Megan Nance)

Special elections offer a glimpse into Oklahoma’s political battles only a year away from statewide elections

Special elections offer a glimpse into Oklahoma’s political battles only a year away from statewide elections.

Adèle Wolf by Benji Sukmanee

Halloween: Events throughout the OKC metro area offer ghosts, costumes, trick-or-treating and train rides

Find Halloween happenings at Sam Noble Museum, Oklahoma Contemporary 16th Street Plaza District and more.

As executive director of Freedom Oklahoma, Troy Stevenson works closely with municipal leaders in Oklahoma at reviewing policies to promote equality. (Photo Megan Nance)

Oklahoma cities score poorly for LGBT equality in a new study, but Freedom Oklahoma believes gains, even small, are coming

Oklahoma cities score poorly for LGBT equality in a new study, but Freedom Oklahoma believes gains, even small, are coming.

Participating writers for the first Returning the Gift conference gather for a group photo in 1992. (Returning the Gift / provided)

Returning the Gift literary conference journeys back to Norman to celebrate 25 years

The Native American writer’s conference welcomes guests like poets Joy Harjo and Simon Ortiz.

“Invoking the Bundle,” 2016 (Robert Taylor / provided)

Oklahoma artist Robert Taylor puts his art career on display in a special exhibit at Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art

Taylor’s works often draw parallels between Native and Christian imagery.

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