During February, the Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History at the University of Oklahoma will host a variety of events and programs, in addition to welcoming a new temporary exhibit, “Dinosaurs: Land of Fire and Ice™.”

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The global pandemic has been an obstacle for some and a challenging inspiration for others. In the case of Norman master guitarist Terry “Buffalo” Ware, it’s the latter.

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Public art is a reflection of a city’s history, culture and aspirations. Norman’s outdoor art gallery of mostly sculpture accomplishes this three pronged mission.

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While Santa Claus, reindeer and other iconic images come to mind around Christmas, many residents may think of a bright red vintage truck that is usually seen on many decorations around the holidays.

Beginning in January, the Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History will feature the exhibit “Places of Power: Painted Photographs of Sacred Landscapes by Corson Hirschfeld.”

The Oklahoma City Zoo’s red panda cam has returned, giving animal lovers worldwide the opportunity to watch the zoo’s red pandas this winter.

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Paintings, prints and sculptures can personalize living spaces. Often, they are one-of-a-kind statements made by artists who put their hearts and souls into their work.

OKLAHOMA CITY -- The 15th annual Small Works, Great Wonders Art Sale is returning to The National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum from 6 to 9 p.m. Nov.13.

"Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley," by Lauren Gunderson and Margot Melcon, a holiday story, will be presented by University Theatre and University of Oklahoma Helmerich School of Drama from Nov. 13-22. Seth Gordon serves as director of the production.


Since Sacha Baron Cohen first appeared as his Kazakh journalist on "Da Ali G Show," Borat Sagdiyev has been remarkably consistent. The accent is the same. The gray suit is still rumpled. "Nahce" and "Mah Wahfe" regularly exude from him with a mangled melody. Borat hasn't changed in the last …

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