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Form, Function, Fabulous. Head for the opening of the Hardest Arts Center Galleries' Sweet Spot, an exhibition looking at the creative process that led to the center's design as told by Selser Schaefer Architects with photographic and video interpretations by Don Emrick and Geoffrey Hicks. The opening goes from 6-9pm, and the exhibition runs through July 5. And it's free!
GUNTER GLIEBEN GLAUTEN GLOBEN. So yeah, Lane's dead and Axl's a fatass now, but Rocklahoma offers a gluttonous glasnost of rock. Friday at noon, shit gets real, with bands from all over--Gwen Stefani's husband will even be there. Pryor's Catch the Fever Festival grounds, noon to midnight Friday, 10am-midnight Saturday and Sunday. Rock, rock 'til you drop.
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Hear Any Banjos? Commune with nature and jam bands at Keystone Lake at the annual Backwoods Bash. Pitch a tent Friday, then enjoy music, sun, the lake, and whatever adult beverages you feel you can handle at a family-friendly gathering. There will be kids there, and no one wants to see those things of yours. Well, some people don't. Okay, everyone totally does.
Winter Is Coming. But not for awhile. Still, you can see knights and knaves, wenches and wargs, and squires and servants at the Oklahoma Renaissance Festival. Held at the Castle of Muskogee, it runs Saturdays and Sundays through June 2.
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Hey, Skylar. Got Any Plans Later? So 2pm isn't the most ideal tip-off time for a hoops game, but it's a holiday, so shut your mouth about it and catch the season opener for the Tulsa Shock, featuring the up-and-coming queen of the WNBA, our very own Skylar Diggins. At the BOK center. Less chance of getting a sunburn here than anywhere else you might think of going on Memorial Day.
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Ya Ha Deedle Deedle, Bubba Bubba, Deedle Deedle, Dum.The Tulsa Artists' Guild celebrates Jewish artistic expression in L'Chaim, an exhibition and sale of guild members' works at the Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art, through June 2.
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No One Is Simply Having A Wonderful Christmastime. But even if he does sing that, it's still Sir Paul McCartney, who returns to the BOK Center, kicking off a two-night stand tonight at 8pm. Expect the Hofner and the hits.
Opportunity, Equity & Race. The John Hope Franklin Center for Reconciliation presents The Value of Reconciliation, a symposium geared toward, well, reconciliation. Featuring a town hall forum and a keynote address with Georgetown law professor Peter Edelman at the Hyatt Regency Hotel, the event runs Wednesday through Friday.
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