Local singles continue to navigate the stresses of dating during the heightened awareness of the #MeToo movement.
Pollard Theatre Company’s upcoming production of Almost, Maine knits together several romantic vignettes about love, life and the liminal.
Urban Land Institute Oklahoma’s fifth annual Impact Awards honors responsible land use.
A queen must make impossible choices to save her son and her kingdom in OU’s performance of Rodelinda.
A local collector displays a curated collection of pieces by unknown artists at Artspace at Untitled.
Julian Bliss Septet puts a spin on Benny Goodman’s iconic hits at Armstrong Auditorium on Thursday.
Valentine’s Day spending increases, even as less people participate in traditional forms of the holiday.
Internationally known burlesque performers showcase all sides of love and romance at Adèle Wolf’s Valentine’s Affair.
Local free pantries and community-minded citizens provide food for those who need it.
Shakespeare in the Park explores issues of gender in Twelfth Night.
Science Museum Oklahoma is dialing everything down for a sensory-friendly event for patrons who want a quieter romp through the wonders of the universe.
Carpenter Square Theatre takes a multifaceted approach to Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.
Street harassment continues to be a pervasive problem for many in 2019, but groups like Stop Street Harassment hope education will foster change.
Automobile Alley Association’s Chocolate Decadence fundraiser highlights progress in the district.
Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma’s Theatre for Young Audiences program presents Curious George and the Golden Meatball.
An exhibit at OKCMOA features the work of internationally famous photographer Ansel Adams and those he inspired.
On Your Feet! tells the story of Gloria and Emilio Estefan’s family and music.
Oklahoma City Community College screens National Theatre Live’s performance of The Madness of King George III.
CityRep and UCO’s theater department team up to perform Hair, a musical that only appears to be rooted in concerns of the past.
Science Museum Oklahoma hypothesizes that you are not, in fact, too old or too jaded to be amazed at the wonders of the natural world.
Comedian Iliza Shlesinger brings her Elder Millennial Tour to The Criterion.
Mildred Howard’s current exhibit at University of Oklahoma explodes with a sense of true social justice.
The Treasury is a new coworking space on Film Row that caters to professional women.
High school soccer players struggle to process the world beyond suburbia in The Wolves.
Oklahoma City Philharmonic expands its musical horizons in its latest program.