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  1. Outlaw on the Big Screen

    He was born Napoleon Blackstone Vann, but ever since he was a little shaver, “Nip” Vann was destined to be …

    April 23, 2014

  2. Evel Knievel Comes to Cooperville (and to Weldon Jack)

    In 1972, Oklahoma City car dealer Jack Cooper brought Evel Knievel to town for a jump at the Oklahoma City …

    April 23, 2014

  3. Three Springs Farm

    For Earth Day, we bring you a portrait of Three Springs Farm, an organic vegetable farm, in Oaks, Oklahoma. Emily Oakley and Mike Appel met in an east-coast college classroom where they were studying international agriculture. In this segment, they share how they went from working with farmers to becoming farmers themselves.

    April 22, 2014

  4. Confidence in Culture

    The Oklahoma legislature first approved the construction of the American Indian Cultural Center and Museum in 1994 to “generate awareness …

    April 21, 2014

  5. Jesus in the Wichitas

    His name was Kroger Babb. He made and relentlessly promoted a famous “hygiene film” called Mom and Dad, which …

    April 18, 2014

  6. These Splendid Things

    Literary Biographer Blake Bailey reflects on the life of his promising, violent, and charismatic older brother, Scott.

    April 17, 2014

  7. “Cardiology” by Nicklaus Faith: Poetry Circus Edition

    People on the street perform Niklaus Faith’s “Cardiology", then discuss one dead bug and the desire to move mountains. In anticipation of our Poetry Circus, this Saturday, April 19th.

    April 16, 2014

  8. To Boldly Go

    It’s a steel-colored December day, and I’m driving down OKC’s May Avenue, past dirty snow and abandoned cantinas, looking for …

    April 16, 2014

  9. Buddie’s Pride

    Dana Livingston's father lettered in four sports, drilled oil wells, and frequented country clubs with his beautiful wife. Here, Dana recalls her father's life and confronts his painful decline into dementia.

    April 15, 2014

  10. A Reading of Laurie Notaro’s “Showbiz Folk Hero”

    A look back at a very off-Broadway production of "Oklahoma!" Fiction by Laurie Notaro, read by Denali Gillaspie.

    April 10, 2014

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January 17, 2014

Brian Hearn

Brian Hearn is the fi lm curator at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art, which screens more than 300 fi lms a year. In 2006, the OKCMOA Film Program became one of the founding members of the Sundance Institute Art House Project, a network of mission-driven, community-based cinemas. Brian is also a feature film programmer for OKC’s deadCENTER Film Fes...
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January 02, 2014

Lauren Zuniga

Lauren Zuniga has lived in 60 houses in Oklahoma City. This is most likely attributed to her fear of commitment and tendency to fall in lust with kitchens. She is a three-time international poetry slam finalist and the author of two poetry collections, including The Smell of Good Mud from Write Bloody Publishing, which was a finalist for the Oklaho...