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Feb 27 - Mar 5, 2019

Vol. 41, No. 9


Food & Drink

Arts & Culture

  • Borough in

    A Bronx Tale deviates from usual musical storylines and focuses on a young man caught between his father and the mob.

    By Jeremy Martin

  • Expressionist eggs

    A Norman-based Japanese artist tells stories through egg statues in his latest exhibit.

    By Jeremy Martin

  • Sweet story

    The musical Girlfriend uses a classic alt-rock album to examine young, gay romance in the early 1990s.

    By Matthew Price

  • Grand production

    Adam Cooper expands on a London production of Grand Hotel on a bigger stage at University of Oklahoma.

    By Jeremy Martin

  • Deep Oceans

    Theater company Celtic Nights shares a musical story of Irish immigrants.

    By Matthew Price

  • Processing death

    Local author Kim Ventrella’s newest book continues helping children explore different aspects of death.

    By Jeremy Martin

  • Care and feeding

    Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma’s Chef’s Feast 2019 ensures that important programs continue to fight hunger.

    By Charles Martin

  • Fairy tale eggs

    This year, OKCMOA’s annual benefit, Omelette Party, has an enchanting theme.

    By Matthew Price


  • Floetry in motion

    Marsha Ambrosius continues hitting high notes in her music career and sets her sights on scoring films.

    By Jeremy Martin

  • New .WAV

    ACM@UCO’s .WAV Festival celebrates female artists and musicians with two days of performances.

    By Jo Light

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