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At the Paseo – Art, Music and Food come together in April

Oil painter Rod Bailey’s “Survivor’s Call” is one of his featured art works at this month’s First Friday (and continuing throughout April) at Paseo Art Space (3022 Paseo Drive in Oklahoma City). Photo Provided.

Staff Report OKLAHOMA CITY – The Paseo Arts Association’s upcoming art show will begin Friday, April 7, and remain available for viewing through Saturday, April 29, at the Paseo Art Space (3022 Paseo). Rod Bailey will be the featured artist in the gallery for April. The exhibition opening will coincide with the Paseo Arts District’s […]

‘Killing Richard Glossip’ world premiere to be held in Oklahoma City

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By Patrick B. McGuigan A private screening of the first episode in Discovery ID’s documentary “Killing Richard Glossip” is slated for Wednesday, April 5 at the Paramount Cinema in Oklahoma City, The City Sentinel has learned. The “by invitation only” event for what is deemed a “real-time” presentation will feature a panel discussion and question and answer […]

OSU’s Allied Arts season finale presents international ensemble Mnozil Brass

The final concert of the Oklahoma State University 2016-2017 Allied Arts series will feature the internationally renowned Mnozil Brass band on April 4 in Stillwater.  Mnozil Brass Facebook photo.

By Darla Shelden City Sentinel Reporter STILLWATER, OK – The Oklahoma State University 2016-2017 Allied Arts series will close out this season with the performance of the internationally renowned Mnozil Brass band. The innovative, comedic and accomplished Austrian septet will appear on Tuesday, April 4 at 8 p.m. at the Sereteam Center Concert Hall on […]

Oklahoma City Get Down celebrates hip-hop culture March 31

The Oklahoma Zulus are co-presenters of The Oklahoma City Get Down, a celebration of hip-hop culture on March 31.  Oklahoma Zulus Twitter photo.

By Darla Shelden City Sentinel Reporter On Friday, March 31, rap artists Guerrilla Breed and the Oklahoma Zulus will present The Oklahoma City Get Down, a celebration of hip-hop culture. The event will take place at 7 p.m. March 31 at Russell’s in the Tower Hotel, 3233 NW Expressway. Cover charge is $5. Founded by Stephen “Koopa” […]

OKC Zoo announces the return of vintage Mold-A-Matic Animal Souvenir machines

The Oklahoma City Zoo is bringing back memories from the past by installing five MOLD-A-MATIC souvenir machines for guests to experience.  Photo by Darla Shelden

By Darla Shelden City Sentinel Reporter The Oklahoma City Zoo is bringing back memories for many people by installing five MOLD-A-MATIC souvenir machines. Originally appearing in the Zoo in the early 1970’s, these popular machines became a guest favorite. The MOLD-A-Matic produces a miniature animal replica behind a plexiglass window within 60 seconds while you wait.

According […]

Brightmusic sets March 7 concert at St. Paul’s

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Staff Report On Tuesday, March 7, Oklahoma City’s Brightmusic Chamber Ensemble will present its fourth concert of the 2016-17 season, “Romanticism Revisited.” The ensemble will revisit chamber works by three of Romanticism’s greats:  Carl Maria von Weber, a contemporary of Beethoven and one of the first significant composers of the Romantic school; Richard Strauss, himself […]

Paseo’s Mixed Media Art show in March

Collage by Chris Cargill.  Photo provided.

Staff Report Oklahoma City – The Paseo Arts Association’s upcoming art show will begin Friday, March 3, and remain available for viewing through Saturday, April 1, at the Paseo Art Space (3022 Paseo). E. Marie and Chris Cargill will be the featured artists in this mixed media show. The exhibition opening will coincide with the […]

OKC Zoo breaks ground on Sanctuary Asia – a haven for endangered animals

The OKC Zoo recently broke ground on Sanctuary Asia, its latest expansion project.  Pictured from left are: Dave Timberlake, of Timberlake Construction; Ace Torre, Torre Design Consortium; Dwight Lawson, Zoo executive director/CEO; Mayor Mick Cornett; and Cindy Batt. Oklahoma City Zoo Trust chairperson. Photo provided.

By Darla Shelden City Sentinel Reporter The Oklahoma City Zoo recently broke ground on Sanctuary Asia, its latest expansion project. The $22 million endeavor is Phase II of the Zoo’s master plan from 2010. 

The new Sanctuary will create a multipurpose environment, where endangered animals from the Asian continent can thrive while receiving world-class zoological animal care. […]

Marriage Equality plaintiffs to hold OKC “Becoming Brave” book event March 2

Sharon Bishop-Baldwin's book, “Becoming Brave: Winning Marriage Equality in Oklahoma and Finding Our Voice,” tells the story of Sharon and Mary Bishop-Baldwin's 10-year lawsuit that brought marriage equality to Oklahoma in October 2014.  Photo by Sarah Molina Mabe.

By Darla Shelden City Sentinel Reporter Oklahoma City – A new book titled, “Becoming Brave: Winning Marriage Equality and Finding Our Voice” will make its Oklahoma City debut on Thursday, March 2. Sharon Bishop-Baldwin and her wife Mary Bishop-Baldwin, the lead plaintiffs in the 10-year old case that brought marriage equality to Oklahoma, have written […]

Lydia Reeder’s ‘Dust Bowl Girls’ – much more than a great story about competitive sports

Patrick B. McGuigan, editor of The City Sentinel, introduced Lydia Reeder at a Jim Thorpe Oklahoma Sports Hall of Fame book-signing party last week. Reeder is the author of ‘Dust Bowl Girls.’ Photo by Darla Shelden

Patrick B. McGuigan OKLAHOMA CITY – In J.R.R. Tolkein’s Lord of the Rings trilogy, the most important character is not the “king” referenced in the final installment, but Gandalf the Wizard. His is a central and heroic role, self-sacrificial and affirming of the goodness and decency in the fellowship that formed to oppose tyranny and […]

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