Friday, July 1, 2022

Culture

Norman Music Festival

‘Very unique creature’: Norman Music Festival returns

A race against time will be underway on Main Street in Norman today as organizers scramble to construct concert stages in a five-hour window...
Nielsen

Two-buck suck: Nielsen killed their own radio survey

The Nielsen company is likely the best-known media ratings entity in America. It solicits people to record their programming preferences in a one-week diary...
OU housing towers

Demolishing OU housing towers should be a breeze

The University of Oklahoma is undergoing major changes these days. In a Board of Regents meeting Friday, OU President Joe Harroz spoke about a...
video

Prop him up beside the jukebox: Joe Diffie dies after COVID-19 diagnosis

Days after testing positive for COVID-19, country music singer Joe Diffie has died at age 61, according to multiple reports. The Oklahoma native had...
The Patriot

It’s a tough life being ‘The Patriot’

What makes one a patriot in the modern day? The term, once used almost exclusively to describe people involved in the Revolutionary War, has...
Native American voting rights

Timeline: Native American voting rights

By Courtney Columbus and Erin Vogel-Fox During the past 180 years-plus, Native Americans have gone from being forced out of their homes to becoming accepted as...
QuikTrip

Quik Trip in OKC means delicious competition

Why does Tulsa have two Whole Foods stores anyway, while Oklahoma City only has one? Perhaps the answer lies in the aisles of a...
Muscogee

Muscogee (Creek) culture thrives through education

The Muscogee (Creek) have kept their languages alive since around 900-1000 A.D. Greg Anderson, secretary of education, employment and training and acting tribal administrator,...
Steven Adams

Farewell Steven Adams, OKC’s second Mr. Thunder

So Sam Presti finally did it. The Thunder roster as we knew it is no more, blown up for the eventual rebuilding of a...
imagine that

Imagine that: New Oklahoma brand confuses some

You may have noticed the new Oklahoma brand, logo and "imagine that" slogan this past week. What's that, you say? You didn't know Oklahoma...

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