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Fuego Friday event brings fire to fall
The University of Oklahoma’s School of Art and Art History is heating up the night with its 8th Annual Fuego Friday 7-10 p.m. Oct. 25 at the OU School of Art and Art History’s Ceramics Facilities, 401 E. Congress St....
Norman author’s newest novel a paranormal murder mystery
Sonia Gensler has long been haunted by the stories of heroines past, swept away by tales in history books and novels alike of women who transcend the limitations placed upon them. Though the Norman resident dabbled in literature and ...
Norman 5Ks bring spooky fun
Monsters and zombies will rule the city streets this October during two Halloween-themed races and fun runs....
Having a ball: Sam Noble exhibit encourages power of play
To Kevin Carroll, everybody plays. Basketball, softball, soccer, playground games: “Play” is a universal language....
Winter Wind Concert Series set for excellent season
The Winter Wind Concert Series is gearing up for a 10-performance season, with this season’s schedule remarkable for its quality and artistic diversity....
OU producing love potion no. 2013 in L’Eliser d’ Amore
Opera has given the world countless moments of transporting bliss across the centuries, and the University of Oklahoma’s upcoming production of Gaetano Donizetti’s sentimental comedy “L’Elisir d’ Amore” is no exception....
Opera company hosts comical autumn performances
More treat than trick, Cimarron Opera’s “Opera in Autumn” series is sure to narrate more than just your average fairytale. Think the princess is locked in a tower destined to spin straw? Think again....
Downtown Norman Fall Fest coming for first time
Main Street will be transformed into a festive, carnival atmosphere this October during the first Downtown Norman Fall Fest....
OU musical brings controversy, life lessons
Hope and redemption don’t come without a cost in the University of Oklahoma Weitzenhoffer School of Musical Theatre’s production of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “Carousel,” coming in early November....
Sam Noble Museum exhibit focuses on Native American art
Google search “Native American art” and paintings of Native Americans looking out at endless prairies or photos of arrowheads pop up on the screen. A new exhibit at the Sam Noble Museum of Natural History is showing this genre can’t be so ...
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