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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....
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.
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 ...
Ogre the top: Sooner Theatre makes magic with ‘Shrek The Musical’
Sooner Theatre’s Shrek the Musical may make a ‘believer’ out of theatre skeptics yet. Based on the Oscar-winning DreamWorks film, Shrek the Musical will bring the hilarious story of an ogre, donkey and princess to the stage....
‘MONTY PYTHON’S SPAMALOT’: Lyric Theatre brings British humor classic to the stage
Killer rabbits and dancing nights are just a few peculiar things you can expect to see on stage from Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma's production of MONTY PYTHON'S SPAMALOT. Adapted from the film "Monty Python and the Holy Grail," this comedic ...
Breathing Rhythm Studio a center for creativity
Recording engineer Steve Boaz has brought his musical ambitions to fulfillment in a downtown Norman studio.
It’s a hard knock life at the Sooner Theatre
It’s a hard knock life at the Sooner Theatre during the upcoming production of “Annie.” Based on the “Little Orphan Annie” comic strip, the musical tells the charming story of the young orphan Annie in 1930s New York City as she searches ...
Formed in stone
According to Steve Westrop, University of Oklahoma geology and geophysics professor, 99.99 percent of all species that once inhabited the earth are now extinct. What they left behind are physical remains enshrined in stone. Often the ...
Norman filmmakers screening at 2014 deadCENTER Film Festival
Oklahoma City’s deadCENTER Film Festival began in the first year of the new century and has grown dramatically in those 14 years. It’s the Sooner state’s largest film festival....
“Oil and Wood” exhibit features art masterpieces
The works of two distinguished professors emerti of the OU School of Art & Art History are being exhibited during “Oil and Wood: George Bogart and Jim Henkle,” at the Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art through Sept. 14....
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