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OKG Newsletter


Topic: historical

Graphic substance

Norman author Rob Vollmar bypasses caped crusaders in favor of cerebral historical fiction set in ancient Sumer, in ‘Inanna’s Tears.’


Features

Charles Martin

Rob Vollmar and J. David Osborne
3-6 p.m. Saturday
Atomik Pop
918 W. Main, Norman
atomikpop.com, 329-9695

 
Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Artistic ambassador

The Oklahoma History Center celebrates the varied, influential career of Indian artist Woody Crumbo.


Visual Arts

Sarah Lobban
Crumbo Spirit Talk
through May 29, 2013
Oklahoma History Center
800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive
521-2491
$4-$7
 
Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Flying Swords of Dragon Gate

Proves Kong is still king.


Action

Rod Lott
Although my bank account thinks otherwise, I miss the early-aughts craze of DVDs, in which one count upon pristine prints of one martial-arts film or another hitting store shelves. Many of them starred Jackie Chan or Jet Li.
 
Monday, October 8, 2012

The Monk

I vow that it’s a gem.


Thriller

Rod Lott
For several years, I’ve intended to read Matthew G. Lewis' 1796 novel, The Monk. I even bought a snazzy trade-paperback edition with an introduction from Stephen King. Never got around to cracking it open.
 
Thursday, June 20, 2013

Battle royale

A turning point in the American Civil War informs a new exhibition with strong ties to Edmond.


Visual Arts

Molly Evans
The Legacy of Gettysburg
through Aug. 10
Edmond Historical Society & Museum
431 S. Boulevard, Edmond
edmondhistory.org
340-0078
free
 
Tuesday, July 16, 2013

The Brontë Sisters

Poetry in emotion.


Drama

Aimee Williams
Originally released in 1979, André Téchiné’s The Brontë Sisters takes the previously highly fictionalized story of the Bronte sisters and imposes an auteur’s vision.
 
Saturday, August 10, 2013

Silent no more

A 93-year-old Native American film is finally ready to debut at film festivals and on Blu-ray.


Documentary

Dawn Watson
Everything about the silent film The Daughter of Dawn indicated it would never be seen again.
 
Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Fisher’s kings

Bruce Fisher is the first African-American member of the Capitol Preservation Commission. He will tell Oklahoma’s history through the Capitol Art Collection.


News

Dawn Watson
Oklahoma has many stories. Bruce Fisher wants to help tell them through the state Capitol Art Collection.
 
Wednesday, December 4, 2013
 
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