Rick Pointer, professor emeritus of history at Westmont College in Santa Barbara, California, has written a biography of Papunhank, a little-known Munsee reformer and Moravian leader.


Tahlequah Community Playhouse Inc. would like to notify those who attended the Friday, Nov. 20, production of "The Wild Women of Winedale" that two people in attendance have since tested positive for COVID-19.

"A Charlie Brown Christmas" has found a new home in the Oklahoma Educational Television Authority and PBS stations this holiday season.


Tulsa Sings!, an annual vocal talent competition embedded within Signature Symphony at Tulsa Community College, announced Chiara Miller as the grand prize winner and James Ross as the audience favorite.

Tribal College Press has announced the publication of "Meditation on Ceremonies of Beginnings: The Tribal College and World Indigenous Nations Higher Education Consortium Poems" by longtime tribal college educator and leader Tom Davis.

OKLAHOMA CITY -- The Oklahoma History Center will open a new photography exhibit entitled "Born Dry: Prohibition in Oklahoma" on Wednesday, Nov. 25. Featuring 25 black and white photographs taken during the decades-long fight over prohibition in Oklahoma, the exhibit explores the debate over…


Cast members of Tahlequah Community Playhouse Inc's production of "Wild Women of Winedale" take a bow after one of the performances held this weekend at the Tahlequah Armory. The cast includes, from left: Bryn Smith, Tammy Schmidt Paula Reif, Toni Bailey, Cassandra Tenney, Misty Zimbelman, R…

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In March, movie theaters throughout the country shut down, including cinemas in Northeastern Oklahoma. Over the past four months, they have cautiously reopened, but they have experienced two main challenges: how to convince a weary public to return, and how to sell tickets when Hollywood is …

MUSKOGEE - Two showings of the 2018 superhero movie "Aquaman" will benefit 14-year-old Aubri Moore, who was diagnosed with Hodgkin's lymphoma and is undergoing chemotherapy treatments.

FAYETTEVILLE, Arkansas – Walton Arts Center will offer free screenings of two movie musicals for its November Saturday Cinema, part of Procter & Gamble Ghost Light Programming.

OKLAHOMA CITY - Every year, educators from across the state make a pilgrimage to the Oklahoma Fall Arts Institute at Quartz Mountain, where they spend the weekend broadening their creative horizons and learning skills to take back to their classrooms. While the workshops have moved online th…


BROKEN ARROW - Bass Pro Shops invites families to the beloved tradition of visiting Santa Claus in person this holiday season, with a reimagined free Santa's Wonderland experience in Tulsa.

OKLAHOMA CITY — Nov. 16 marks 15 years since the Oklahoma History Center opened its doors at 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive in Oklahoma City. To celebrate this milestone, the OHC will offer five days of free admission to the public, Tuesday-Sunday, Nov. 17-21, sponsored by the Inasmuch Foundation.

The Foothills Chapter of the Downed Bikers Association is having a fundraising poker run Saturday, Nov. 7, beginning at The Dam Bar, 21710 Highway 80 in Fort Gibson.

The Foothills Chapter of the Downed Bikers Association is having a fundraising poker run Saturday, Nov. 7, beginning at The Dam Bar, 21710 Highway 80 in Fort Gibson.

OKLAHOMA CITY -- The Oklahoma History Center has announced the opening of its newest permanent exhibit, "Launch to Landing: Oklahomans and Space," the culmination of several years of coordination and planning with the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum in Washington, D.C., and the Cos…

TULSA – In celebration of the Halloween season, Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa is getting spooky with its annual costume contest on Oct. 31. This year’s contest will include a $5,000 prize pool up for grabs. Registration is free and open to the public.

ENID -- The Oklahoma Historical Society and the Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center will present "This Land is Herland: Contested Notions of Equality," the third in a series of three programs on women's activism in Oklahoma. The program, sponsored by Oklahoma Humanities, will take place …

The Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition has been invited into an ongoing, annual partnership with The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts through their Regional Regranting Program. This partnership provides more funding opportunities to further support artists' innovation throughout Oklahoma.

DIAMOND, Missouri - The night sky is the largest natural resource at George Washington Carver National Monument. Guests are invited to learn with park rangers about celestial navigation, star stories, lunar phases, and effects of light pollution at a free, two-hour long program which begins …

Northeastern State University Athletics and the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee will host their fourth annual Trunk-or-Treat Halloween activity for the youth of Tahlequah and surrounding communities.

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