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Roy Clark talks about his exhibit at the American Banjo Museum, Thursday, April 6, 2017.  (Garett Fisbeck)

Roy Clark reflects on his career while opening his new American Banjo Museum exhibit

Roy Clark reflects on his career while opening his new American Banjo Museum exhibit

Country music icon Roy Clark welcomes his American Banjo Museum exhibit with a concert and an interview.

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Infectiously fun Elf is a Christmas tradition on stage and TV

“There’s something about him that he almost feels like an overgrown kid,” he said. “One of the things that Will Ferrell does that’s really tricky is capturing that energy without coming off crazy.”

A drink of ink

One of the world’s largest tattoo and music culture events happens Friday-Sunday at Grand Casino Hotel and Resort. Ink Life Tour Tattoo and Music Festival is a three-day party that’s as close to all-inclusive as anyone could want. The casino itself includes gaming, food, drinks (lots of ’em) and a convenient place to crash. The

Switched on

Tom Holland’s Twisted Tales Made not for the cathode rays but for the World Wide Web — FEARnet, to be exact — Tom Holland’s Twisted Tales gives the director of such ’80s horror classics as Child’s Play and Fright Night his own anthology series and, thus, a chance to play Cryptkeeper … or Rod Serling,

Beneath

The effort he gives Beneath makes the Chiller Films presentation better than your average made-for-TV monster movie — or below-average, in the recent case of Hypothermia, a similar film in which Fessenden appeared.  To the teens of Beneath stranded on a boat in the supposedly cursed Black Lake, a killer fish provides the fatal threat — not a

Bad behavior

Arguably the new wave of sympathetic psychopaths was ushered along with help from Dexter Morgan, Showtime’s serial killer of serial killers. For Dexter: The Final Season — the series’ eighth — Dex (Michael C. Hall) matches wits and bits with The Brain Surgeon, yet proves to be one of the show’s “off” years. There’s a reason the

Cornett, Shadid make mayor bid official

Three-term Mayor Mick Cornett filed his re-election paperwork early Tuesday at the Oklahoma County Election Board, making him the first candidate to enter the race. More candidates are expected to file before Friday’s deadline. Feeling jovial while waiting for his filing to be processed, Cornett joked with election board workers and reporters covering the event.

Reject-ed

Nevertheless, Ritter will play a young Mr. Allman in the upcoming biopic Midnight Rider: The Gregg Allman Story. Others cast in the film, which is still in pre-production, include William Hurt as the elder Gregg Allman and Wyatt Russell as a young Duane, Gregg’s older brother. But back to the issue at hand: Oklahoma native

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