The exhibit is open through November 2019.
The foundation is entering its fourth year of existence.
Some of Oklahoma’s most influential people have banded together to form Step Up Oklahoma and fix the budget shortfall.
A Tulsa man travels the country reciting Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s famous speech, hoping to spark change.
Planned historical reenactments will include a drop-in from humorist Will Rogers and a “stick up” by gangster Pretty Boy Floyd.
Boots & Bourbon begins 7:30 p.m. Sept. 15 at Oklahoma History Center.
The production recently wrapped principal photography in Oklahoma and Florida locations.
Jewel Theatre is the only African-American theatre in Oklahoma City that has survived through the decades.
The Art of Speed runs through Aug. 12 at Oklahoma History Center.
The charter cruise service brought in 15,000 passengers last year.