This Week's Circulars
The City of Norman is considering putting a significant transportation bond up for a vote in February. Years after a new senior citizens center was promised, there remains little substantive progress on actually building one. Should the City of Norman move forward with other projects before getting the senior citizens center funded and designed?
- UPDATE: Gallogly condemns blackface video, says students have offered to apologize
- Woman killed in Norman train collision
- OU dean critical of Gallogly hiring process, staff layoffs removed from administrative position
- OU students issue apology, express regret over racist video
- Video shows OU student in blackface
- OU professor, recently dismissed dean calls for President Gallogly to resign
- Kessee family files lawsuit
- OUPD search for man seen walking across campus in blackface
- OU football: Jalen Hurts' presence can help Oklahoma's underclassmen QBs
- OU football: Lincoln Riley calls racist video ‘sickening’
University Theatre will present a production of innovative, original dance works from the full spectrum of movement styles created by select student choreographers from the University of Oklahoma School of Dance in Young Choreographers’ Showcase, opening at 8 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 24, on the O…
Bugs Bunny, Barbie dolls and Japanese anime may not immediately come to mind in relation to Native American art, but for Oklahoma visual artist Amber L. DuBoise-Shepherd it's a natural.
Sacred Earth and Fire is the name of Valerie Jobe's artistic enterprise. She handcrafts utilitarian and decorative objects from clay and fires them at her home studio in a 220 volt kiln named Smog. There's a reverential passion in Jobe's work that comes from the woman who first kindled her a…
On network television contest show The Voice, a panel of four music industry judges sit with their backs to a stage while a vocalist sings. Without seeing the singing contestant a judge may turn around if the voice is really impressive. Sometimes no judge turns around and occasionally all fo…
Nude women kept Carolyn Faseler out of art school at the University of Kansas. Although she didn't become a Jayhawk in the late 1950s, it didn't stop the talented young artist from drawing models in their birthday suits elsewhere. Faseler went on to achieve a full arts education and stellar …
Doom Lagoon could be the name of a death metal outfit but it's not. The Omaha, Nebraska based quintet play an up-tempo hybrid fusion of rock, jazz and hip hop that's anything but gloomy or doomy as the name would imply.
The NAC created a designated arts vendor area south of the intersection of Main and Jones for the October art walk. That arts vendor area will be now be moved south of the intersection of Main and Peters beginning in November to locate artists, vendors and crafters more centrally in the art …
It’s all fun and games for a good cause this weekend at the Tom Love Innovation Hub. Gamers of all ages and skill levels are invited to participate in the inaugural Sooner Extra Life gaming marathon Nov. 2-3 at the Tom Love Innovation Hub on University of Oklahoma Research Campus in Norman, …
Eighty-Three Arcade owner Dean Wenzel poses next to some of his retro gaming machines. The new old-school arcade has over 50 games tucked into the shopping center at 638 N Broadway St. in Moore.