The book was published earlier this month by University of Oklahoma Press.
Robinson’s show runs Aug. 19-Sept. 23 at Kasum Contemporary Fine Art in 16th Street Plaza District.
Kovash spent part of his time homeless while growing up. He was legally emancipated from his family as a teenager.
The camp partners with the University of Central Oklahoma’s Forensic Science Institute to teach students about the fundamentals of forensic practices.
Parades, parties and other Fourth of July festivities take place through Tuesday.
Blake Little: Photographs from the Gay Rodeo runs through June 20 in Edmond.
The Edmond-based composer recently returned from a trip to Europe recording with Czech National Symphony Orchestra.
“Ten years is a lot of time,” Riley said. “You mature, you change, you grow, your opinions change. We never wrote about politics in the beginning and I really didn’t care about politics. Then 2008 happened and I started getting more into it. Now, that’s one of our big topics.”
Aspasia Carlson has tried to encourage attitudes and academic achievement during her time at the local high school.
“We try to use all the nooks and crannies to where, if you’re going around, there’s no one stage that’s so far from another one,” Booker said.