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Oklahoma entertainers taking part in Honor Your Hometown campaign

Oklahomans will be among entertainers who — along with luminaries from the nation’s most important cultural, community service and veterans’ institutions — are joining mayors and leaders from all 50 states for a Honor Your Hometown campaign. This unprecedented nationwide endeavor celebrating America’s beloved cities and towns began Tuesday, Oct. 26, and continues through Thanksgiving Day.
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Oklahoma Joe: First Americans Museum a true marvel

I wrote those words in this column more than six years ago. The American Indian Cultural Center and Museum, its name then, seemed destined to “become an embarrassing boondoggle project.”. As The Oklahoman’s Steve Lackmeyer wrote recently, today’s First Americans Museum, a “dream of almost 40 years,” is alive. I...
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Skinnerfest raises more than $15,000 for Oklahomans in music business

The sixth annual Tom Skinner Skyline Music Fest, lovingly named Skinnerfest, raised $15,354 for Oklahoma music people through the Red Dirt Relief Fund. Festival attendees were treated to songs and stories from more than 40 Oklahoma musicians in songwriter-in-the-round and full band sets that filled a neighborhood around 18th and Boston with music all day.
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Skinnerfest raises more than $15,000 for Oklahoma music people in need

Tulsa, Okla.—Last Sunday more than 400 music fans flocked to 18th & Boston in Tulsa for the sixth annual Tom Skinner Skyline Music Fest, lovingly nicknamed Skinnerfest. They were treated to songs and stories from more than 40 Oklahoma musicians in songwriter-in-the-round and full band sets that filled the neighborhood with music all day. The festival raised $15,354 to support grant funds for Oklahoma musicians in crisis.
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Listen to the tenth episode of 'Focus: Black Oklahoma'

Music artist and founder of CarefreeQueer, Quéntin Marcellis. On this episode, we explore the ongoing complications around evictions and rental assistance in the state. Our new series In A Confused State takes us through the often complicated nature of progress in advancing democracy. The political is embodied in our first segment on reproductive rights.
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OKLAHOMA BEST-SELLERS

1. “State of Terror” by Louise Penny and Hillary Clinton (Simon & Schuster/St. Martin’s Press) 2. “Cloud Cuckoo Land” by Anthony Doerr (Scribner Book Company) 3. “The Lincoln Highway” by Amor Towles (Viking) 4. “Verity” by Colleen Hoover (Independently Published) 5. “The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo” by Taylor Jenkins...
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Southeastern student to be published in “Chronicles of Oklahoma’’

For Nathaniel Marshell, what started as a research project and paper has turned into an article that has been accepted for publication by The Chronicles of Oklahoma. “Gefangen: The Lived Experience at Camp Tonkawa, Oklahoma,’’ is the title of the article written by Marshell, a senior history major at Southeastern Oklahoma State University. The Chronicles is a publication of the Oklahoma Historical Society (OHS).
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New Native American genealogy center planned for First Americans Museum in Oklahoma City

Dr. Charles Knife Chief remembers searching for information about his Native American ancestry. The medical doctor from Tahlequah said he hit a roadblock in his search because many Native Americans were displaced from their original lands and sent to what is now Oklahoma. Also, Knife Chief said so much of Native American history is often passed down through oral history and genealogy documentation is not always available.
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Flashback: Oklahoma in silhouette

It's a different perspective. A photo taken in silhouette form offers few details, but the appearance of the darkened image against a contrasting background is eye-catching, impactful. The outline of the photo subject, absent of visual specifics can be intriguing and beautiful. Through the years, The Oklahoman's photographers have explored...
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Comedian coming Western Oklahoma Oct. 27

Comedian Colin Jost of Saturday Night Live fame is coming to Southwestern Oklahoma State University in Weatherford 8 p.m. Wednesday as part of the university’s anorama Series and Homecoming Week activities. Ticket prices range from $10 to $79. Tickets on the day of show will increase to $20-$90. Tickets are...
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OK Art Crawl 2021 comes to Ada

Artists gathered to show off and sell their art at East Central University's Centennial Plaza Saturday for the annual OK Art Crawl. The statewide event was sponsored by the Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition. Artists and visitors were treated to a spectacular day with deep blue skies and cool breezes. "I'm...
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Cherokee Nation Film Office, OSU-Tulsa Partner To Expand Film Education In Oklahoma

The Cherokee Nation Film Office is partnering with OSU-Tulsa to help expand film education in the Sooner State. The film industry in Oklahoma is growing. From the movie, "Killers of the Flower Moon", starring Leonardo DiCaprio, to the recently released movie, Stillwater, starring Matt Damon, each of those Hollywood hits requires hundreds of employees. That's why there's a new push to educate people in film right here in the Sooner State.
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