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Dolled up destroyers bring the pain
What do a teacher, lawyer and a bartender have in common? They want to deliver hard hits, at speed, and have fun doing it....Continued ...
Ads you will never see again
OU journalism professor Fred Beard, author of “Humor in the Advertising Business: Theory, Practice, and Wit,” offered his take on a collection of ads taken from the archives of The Norman Transcript.Continued ...
Homecoming: Norman native Vince Gill returns for concert at Riverwind Casino
Vince Gill was born in Norman in 1957. The country music star is coming back home for a show at Riverwind July 18. Tickets for the performance are sold out. “I do consider Norman home although I don’t consciously remember it because of ...Continued ...
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Q&A: Charlie Hunter and Scott Amendola
Last month, Jazz in June welcomed guitarist Charlie Hunter and drummer Scott Amendola to Norman for a two-man show that treated music fans to new takes on old and new tunes from the likes of The Cars, Lorde and John Lennon. Hunter’s unique playing style is married to a guitar-bass hybrid that allows him to hold down rhythm and melody. The result: A sound so big that you could hardly believe it was just two people. NTown caught up with the duo before its closing set on June 20 at Brookhaven Village.Continued ...
- Q&A: Charlie Hunter and Scott Amendola