Wednesday, October 5, 2022

Culture

OU tailgating

This season includes new adventures in OU tailgating

Football season is upon us again in the state of Oklahoma. There's a palpable energy in the (scorching hot) air that smells strangely like...
OKC brand synergy

Many options for brand synergy in the OKC film industry

I never heard the official word on whether Sylvester Stallone has eaten at Cattlemen's Steakhouse while in Oklahoma City for the filming of Tulsa...
News of The World

Kiowa elder bonds with 10-year-old actress on ‘News of The World’ movie set

“I can look you in the eye and just about tell sincerity in somebody,” said Dorothy WhiteHorse DeLaune, who built an enduring friendship with...
SQ 820

SQ 820: Don’t bogart that initiative petition, my friend

While the general election is rapidly approaching, one state question seems to have been moving at a snail's pace. After a spring challenge of State...
Money is a necessary evil

In America, ‘money is a necessary evil’

Roman playwright Titus Maccius Plautus once said, “You must spend money to make money.” In other words, there is no taking without giving. For some...
Columbus Park

Photos: Take a tour of Kansas City’s ‘Little Italy’

Columbus Park has been known as Kansas City, Missouri's Little Italy since the late 19th century. It still is, along with a considerable population...

Sundaze: The actual cause of the Mandela Effect

I like to imagine something similar to this would be the actual cause of the "Mandela Effect." It's more fun to think about, and...
All-Black Towns State Conference

‘It gives you hope’: Mayors unite at first All-Black Towns State Conference

Opal Lee, a 95-year-old known as the "grandmother of Juneteenth," had a simple message for attendees of the first annual All-Black Towns State Conference:...
Hochatown

Hochatown: Southeast Oklahoma’s unlikely tourism hub

HOCHATOWN — Tommy McDaniel smiles slyly as he stands next to a plain brown bookcase at the back of the Hochatown Distilling Co. gift...
Tulsa Race Riot

Silenced Cries: A poem on the Tulsa Race Riot

Silenced Cries by James Coburn I don’t remember the terror in Greenwood. I wasn’t there. Never was it taught to me in history books. 1921 burning of the...

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