Rap it up

Dec 5-11, 2018

Vol. 40, No. 49


Food & Drink

Arts & Culture

  • Beyond borders

    Neighbors Project, a large-scale photography exhibit in downtown Oklahoma City, explores the differences and similarities between Americans.

    By Jeremy Martin

  • Hidden seams

    Artist Jason Cytacki provides an alternative look at everyday life and objects in his Reruns exhibit at Mainsite Contemporary Art.

    By Jeremy Martin

  • Night notes

    Painted Sky Opera stages the first opera written specifically for television that tells a classic tale from a different perspective.

    By Charles Martin

  • Holiday party

    Christmas at The Elms closes out a year of art at Art at The Elms and provides perfect gifts for the holiday season.

    By Daniel Bokemper

  • Seasonal shopping

    This year’s first-ever Holly Jolly Shops aim to bring holiday shopping and festive family fun to Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark.

    By Ian Jayne

  • Warmth needed

    While Oklahoma City coat drives are in full force, nonprofit leaders say the need is still great.

    By Nazarene Harris

  • Plum roles

    Married Oklahoma City Ballet dancers Courtney Connor Jones and Sam Jones prepare for The Nutcracker.

    By Jeremy Martin


  • Socks rocks

    JD McPherson delivers an all-original Christmas album free of jingle bells and holiday cheese.

    By Jeremy Martin

  • Dope hope

    Jabee rallies Oklahoma City’s hip-hop community to support the state’s homeless population just in time for the holidays.

    By Charles Martin

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