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The ONE Event to be first in fun
The hippest, grooviest, moddest party is taking place during The ONE Event, Norman Arts Council’s annual fundraiser slated for 7-11 p.m. March 29 at MAINSITE Contemporary Art, 122 E. Main St....
OU celebrates Native American skateboard culture during museum exhibit
Here in Oklahoma it’s not a news flash that skateboarding is popular with Native American youth. From city to small towns across the state you’ll find kids of all descriptions in skate parks, on sidewalks and around school yards riding and ...
MAINSITE gallery hosting a tantalizing trio of artistic endeavors
Three exhibits opening at MAINSITE Contemporary Art, 122 E. Main St., on Feb. 14 will challenge viewers perspectives, each in its own way....
OU’s opera delivers psychological drama
Psychological drama and opera go hand-in-hand in the University of Oklahoma School of Music’s upcoming production of “Alcina.” Artistic director and conductor Jonathan Shames said the G.F. Handel Italian opera — a sci-fi thriller of sorts ...
Sooner Theatre brings blood, love and laughs to the stage
Blood and flowers don’t usually go hand-in-hand, but for the Sooner Theatre’s upcoming production of “Little Shop of Horrors” it’s the perfect combination....
Musical fans will rejoice over OU’s production of “The Drowsy Chaperone”
A show-within-a-show, the University of Oklahoma Weitzenhoffer School of Musical Theatre’s upcoming production is packed full of every gimmick and cliché from musicals of the 1920s jazz age....
Maggie McClure returns to metro for CD release party
Singer/songwriter Maggie McClure is loathe to let time pass her by. The Norman native and now Los Angeles resident worked hard bringing new album “Time Moves On” to fruition....
Mardi Gras brings evening of fun to Downtown Norman
Join the revelry during the 20th Norman Mardi Gras Parade 7-8:30 p.m. March 1 in Downtown Norman....
Centennial exhibit celebrates 100 years of Houser art
Many know Allan Houser for his brilliant paintings and sculptures largely depicting Native American themes. But a new exhibit at the University of Oklahoma’s Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art is set to challenge preconceived notions on the ...
Museum exhibit connects art and science
Today’s animal biologists live in an age almost totally dependent on digital imagery to record and store their observations. University of Oklahoma Professor Emeritus George M. Sutton (1898-1982) was an ornithologist decidedly of an era ...
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