In this week’s episode Ben and Kory take the show on the road and talk religion in government.
The new owners of the Tower Theatre join us to talk development in Uptown 23rd Street and across the city.
In this week’s episode of the Capital City podcast we breakdown Thursday’s debate between Gov. Mary Fallin and Rep. Joe Dorman in the race for governor.
In this week’s episode of the Capital City Podcast we talk with newly elected Representative Jason Dunnington about his election and the political makeup of Oklahoma City.
Troy Stevenson, executive director of the Equality Network’s Oklahoma chapter, discusses the year that was for same-sex marriage in Oklahoma and what we might expect from the U.S. Supreme Court later this year.
On this week’s episode we discuss the 2014 elections with two local politicos.
In this week’s episode of Capital City we talk urban education in Oklahoma City.
Rep. Joe Dorman is our guest in the first episode of the Capital City podcast.
Troy Stevenson and Amanda Snipes of The Equality Network talk about today’s court ruling that Oklahoma’s ban on same-sex marriage is unconstitutional.
“It was organized in the ’50s because there was no one looking out for [songwriters] on the congressional level, and yet, how much we were paid was determined by Congress,” Stover said. “You see the need for the lobbying up there at the national level.” The NSAI is involved with songwriters at both the legal…