OCU alum Erika Hebron feels oh-so-pretty to be part of ‘West Side Story,’ the iconic musical now in OKC as part of a national tour.
Performing Arts Rod Lott West Side Story 7:30 p.m. Wednesday-Thursday, 8 p.m. Friday-Saturday, 2 p.m. Saturday-Sunday, 7 p.m. Sunday Civic Center Music Hall 201 N. Walker okcciviccenter.com 297-2264 $20-$60
OKG7 things to do Gazette staff
Need 198 ways to get cool? The Wild West Water Works at Frontier City,
11501 N. Interstate 35 Service Road, offers them all! At five stories
tall, the state’s largest family aqua-activity structure includes eight
slides, a 1,000-gallon tipping bucket and one big ol’ lounging deck.
Romp free with park admission, which is $22.99-$34.99. Call 478-2140 or
Hip Hop/Rap Zach Hale
Try as you might, but there’s no escaping Kanye West. Turn on the TV,
radio, computer — hell, take a stroll downtown and you might see his mug
projected on the side of a building. It’s an undeniable fact of life in
2013: Kanye West is bigger than Buddha, Krishna and The Beatles (today,
anyway) and he’ll be the first to let you know about it.
Hip Hop/Rap Louis Fowler
Before Kanye West went off on his screaming, no-wave punk nonsense, he
was the only honest mainstream rapper, mixing high-quality, production
with heart-wrenching lyrics exploring the more truthful aspects of
There’s a moment toward the climax of A Million Ways to Die in the West that finds Seth MacFarlane — the film’s director, co-writer and lead actor — hiding among a sea of sheep. As he lays in the dirt, he looks up, and a male member of the herd proceeds to urinate on his face. This particular gag is, for lack of a better phrase, the entire movie in a nutshell.