Bugs About Music. For a lot of Baby Boomers and Gen X folks... even some Gen Y people... our first childhood exposure to orchestra and classical music came not from school, radio or concert experiences, but rather all those great Warner Brothers Sat. morning cartoons. The oft-watched antics of Bugs Bunny and Co. were frequently accompanied by famous classical pieces, as well as their own impressive original scores, providing an entryway into a much broader world of music than we usually experienced in our daily lives. Re-live some of those childhood memories on a grand scale at the Tulsa PAC, 2nd & Cincinnati, as they present Bugs Bunny On Broadway, a unique experience combining the original Warner Bros. cartoons projected on a huge screen and accompanied in perfect synchronization by a live symphony orchestra playing the original scores. Two shows only: Sat., April 28 at 7:30pm, and Sunday, April 29 at 1:30pm.
Thursday, April 26
Beloved radio personality Jan Dean has been a mainstay on Tulsa's airwaves for decades. Now the community is pulling together to support Dean in her time of need by staging A Night for Jan, a benefit to help her in her fight against Brain Stem Glioblastoma. It all takes place tonight at Cain's Ballroom, 423 N. Main, and will feature live music from Band Camp and RadioRadio. Your $5 admission fee will be deposited into the Jan Dean Cancer Fund.
Friday, April 27
The NewVo concert series, UTW's fabulous annual celebration of Tulsa's always-impressive original music scene, wraps up this week with a little trip to the indie rock side of town. Catch performances by Elliot The Letter Ostrich, Secret Post and Megatron at Mooch and Burn, 222 N. Main. Concert starts at 9:30pm... and it's absolutely free. The price is very nice, so get out and get exposed... to some great music, that is.
Saturday, April 28
So, your blast of original music last night at NewVo (see above) has left you hungry for more, eh? Make your way to Cain's Ballroom, 423 N. Main, for the 2nd Annual Ballroom Blitz tonight and you can get another heaping helping of local flavor. Los Reactors, The Mudville Project, Stevedore, Sarah Wagoner & The Pop-Adelphics, Math Lab, Turnpike Troubadours, Esther, Black Wednesday, Crooked X, Severmind, Rook, Hot Rod Bob, Wade Burrows, Tribe Of Souls, Theodress Avery, Bait, Celtic Cheer and more will certainly blow the roof off the joint (figuratively speaking). Be there to witness it. Doors open at 7pm.
Sunday, April 29
"I'm just a bill, yes I'm only a bill, and I'm sittin' here on Capitol Hill."
If this lyric just triggered a hazy after school/Sat. morning TV memory for you, then you definitely need to catch a performance of Schoolhouse Rock Live! today at the Spotlight Theatre, 1481 Riverside Dr. Featuring such musical classics as "Just a Bill," "Lolly, Lolly, Lolly" and, of course, "Conjunction Junction" this trip down memory lane is a great outing for the whole family. And... it's still educational. Imagine that. Curtain goes up at 2pm.
Monday, April 30
It's movie night. The Circle Cinema's current offering, The Wind That Shakes the Barley, is a taut 1920s period piece about two Irish brothers, Damien and Teddy, who fight side by side in a resistance group for Irish independence from England, but eventually find themselves pitted against each other as well. Certainly some thought-provoking fare. Call 592-FILM for showtimes.
Tuesday, May 1
Americana songstress Lucinda Williams is simply one of America's finest songwriters... and has been for years. Inspired lyrics, beautiful melodies and an amazing voice... she's the whole package. Don't miss an intimate evening with Williams tonight at Cain's Ballroom, 423 N. Main. Australian opening act Anne McCue will kick off the show. Doors open at 7pm.
Wednesday, May 2
Those constantly touring southern jam-rockers, Gov't Mule, have certainly built up a powerful grass roots following all across the US during the past decade or two. They'll hit the stage tonight at the Cain's Ballroom, 423 N. Main... and their loyal fans will likely be out in droves. Should be a party. Doors open at 8pm.
Thursday, May 3
Get out and support the home team tonight as the Tulsa Drillers take on their interstate rivals, the Arkansas Travelers, in exciting baseball action at Driller's Stadium, 15th & Yale. As if the game weren't enough, it's also NASCAR night... with racing paraphernalia given away all night long. Game starts at 7pm.
For the Voice of Radio. A Night for Jan, a benefit for long-time Tulsa radio personality Jan Dean, diagnosed with Brain Stem Glioblastoma in July 2006, will be held at the Cain's Ballroom, 423 N. Main, on Thurs., April 26 and hosted by virtually every Tulsa area radio station. That, in itself, is a miracle, so it's apparent what a contribution Dean has made to Tulsa's Radio industry over nearly 30 years in the business. There will be live music by Band Camp and RadioRadio, stories shared about Dean, and the $5 you pay at the door will go straight to the Jan Dean Cancer Fund and also doubles as a raffle ticket. So come out, and support one of Tulsa's finest voices. Doors open at 7pm.
Schoolhouse Jam. The seventh annual Jam Band concert at Rogers State University in Claremore will be at 7pm on Thurs., April 26. Hosted by Davit Souders, Jam Band VII will feature teenage rockers Crooked X, co-ed garage metal band Rook, touring fiends The Effects, electronica trio Stevedore and pop-rock-punkers Motive For Movement. $5 at the door will get you in for the festivities and will benefit RSU's quest to get a new electronic message board for the Student Services Center. For more info on the show, call 343-7913.
Almost Masters. On April 26, from 5-7pm, you can enjoy the opening of the University of Tulsa MFA Exhibition from students Sarah Clark, Mark Wittig, Kamal Zeidan and others. The exhibit will run through May 18 in the Alexandre Hogue Gallery of Phillips Hall on the TU Campus at 2935 E. 5th. The exhibition is partially funded by the Kilmer Foundation, making the event free to the public. For more information about the exhibit, call 631-2739.
Polish Up Your Boots. It's time for the 7th Annual Stampede for Kids in Need at the Tulsa Historical Society, 2445 S. Peoria! While tapping your feet to the bluegrass music of the Pendleton Family Fiddlers and enjoying a barbecue dinner by Exposerve, you'll be helping the 1,700 abused and neglected children of Tulsa County. The Historical Society will be decked out in western style from 6-8pm on Thurs., April 26. Tickets are $60 per person. The Pendleton Family Fiddlers will present an awesome show. During the Stampede, the Historical Society's Museum will be open, and a silent auction will offer a chance to bid for some great gifts. A highlight of the evening will be the presentation of TAPC's Child-Partner Awards. For more information or to purchase tickets, please contact Deb Gustafson at 749-5332.
New Voices are Here. And now for round three. You've already enjoyed two weeks of awesome original music with UTW's NewVo music showcase, and now it's time for the Final Hoorah. Check out tunes from Elliot The Letter Ostrich, Secret Post and Megatron. Hope you're ready to rock. The music starts Fri., April 27 at 9:30pm at the Mooch and Burn, 222 N. Main. The best part? It's F-R-E-E, free. More info at www.urbantulsa.com.
Going Full Circle. What do "Splish, Splash," "Weep O Mine Eyes," and "Old Man River" have in common? Perhaps nothing. Perhaps something. The first Council Oak Men's' Chorale concert of 2007 will take 22 wonderful but seemingly unrelated songs and thread them together so that every piece is somehow related to the next. Eventually the musical jigsaw puzzle ends where it began--360 Degrees of Music later. There will be two performances April 27 & 28 at 8pm in the Doenges Theatre of the Tulsa PAC, 2nd & Cincinnati. General Admission tickets are $15.
See You at Conjunction Junction. The Tulsa Spotlight Theatre will run Schoolhouse Rock Live! on April 27-29 and May 4-6 at 7:30pm on Fri. evenings and 2pm on Saturdays and Sundays. Watch Tom, a nervous schoolteacher, learn how to win his students over with the magic of music and imagination. Hear some of your favorite songs, such as "Just a Bill," "Lolly, Lolly, Lolly" and "Conjunction Junction." Tickets range $8-10, and reservations can be made (and are recommended) at 587-5030. The Theatre is located at 1481 Riverside Dr.
America's Swingin' Sweethearts. Pete 'n' Keely is a look into the bygone era of live TV variety shows and the lives of Pete Bartel and Keely Stevens, whose careers have, sometimes, included each other. The show will include many of their hit songs, such as "This Could Be the Start of Something Big," "Besame Mucho" and "That's All." This will be a two-night only engagement at the Tulsa Little Theatre, 15th & Delaware. Curtain is at 8pm April 27 and 28, and tickets range $15-23. Secure your seats at 744-7340.
AKA: The Deadly Three. We're talking about Enter the Dragon, the first American-produced martial arts extravaganza film, starring Bruce Lee. It debuted in 1973, just a few short weeks after Lee's untimely death, which may have leant some credit to its classic status. In the film, a martial arts expert (pretty sure that's Lee) is recruited to infiltrate a drug operation under the guise of taking part in an invitational competition sponsored by the one-handed crime boss. Events spiral into action from there. This will be the Midnight Movie at the Circle Cinema, 10 S. Lewis, on Fri. and Sat., April 27 & 28. For more info, call 585-FILM.
In the Name of Independence. Flashback to Ireland, 1920. Damien and Teddy are brothers. The latter is the leader of a guerrilla squad fighting for the independence of his motherland, and Damien, a medical student, wants to finish his training at a London hospital. Shortly before his departure, however, he witnesses atrocities committed by the Black and Tans and decides to join the resistance group. The two brothers fight side by side until a truce is signed. But peace is short-lived and when England imposes a treaty regarded unfair by a part of the population, war resumes...this time pitting Irishmen against Irishmen, brothers against brothers. See The Wind That Shakes the Barley at the Circle Cinema, 10 S. Lewis, starting Fri., April 27. Call 592-FILM for showtimes.
Bugs on Stage. Since its creation in 1990, Bugs Bunny On Broadway has become one of the world's most popular symphony orchestra concert productions. With a unique combination of the visual (the cartoons themselves projected on a giant screen) and live music (the original scores played in perfect synchronization by a live symphony orchestra), the production is perfect not only for Warner Bros. cartoon-loving adults, but also for their families. This will be a two-show-only engagement at the Tulsa PAC, with a show at 7:30pm on Sat., April 28 and a 1:30pm show on the 29th. Tickets run from $20-65.
Art on the River. On Sat., April 28, RiverWalk Crossing is having its 3rd annual Art Walk event. Walk along RiverWalk Crossing's outside café's amongst the artists, European style. Stop and have a bite to eat, enjoy the view of the river and watch the artists at work. Art Walk, featuring some of Oklahoma's finest artists, represents over 20 art mediums. While strolling along the river listen to music artisans that are nestled in amongst the fine artists and near the cafés. Participate in a giant food drive for the homeless with John 3:16 Mission. You might want to help fill two semis and receive a coupon for a drawing of valuable art donated by our artists.
Get Thee to Jenks! Saturday, April 28, promises to be a fun-filled day in Jenks, America, as they've got two things going on. Downtown, you can check out the Plant and Herb Festival, with over 100 vendors with plants, herbs, spices and outdoor decorations. This will be from 9am-5pm. Call 299-5005 for more info. Then, just north of the Aquarium, across the 96th St. Bridge, you can browse the work of over 100 artists in over 20 mediums as you stroll along the west bank of the river. This will take place from 10am-dusk and will feature buskers and other live entertainment for your enjoyment.
It's the Mysterious Rhinestone Cowboy. That's right. David Allen Coe is on his way to take on T-Town and the Old Lady on Brady. The outlaw country singer's concerts are as wild and unpredictable as ever, and you can expect to see a wide range of his cult-like following, from old and young hippies to bikers and punk rockers. Hell, the people watching are half the fun of a Coe concert! His show at the Brady Theater, 105 W. Brady, will be on Fri., April 27, with the doors kicking open at 7pm. Tickets are $21 or $28 in advance and can be picked up at the Box Office, 58-BRADY or www.bradytheater.com.
Our Own Mini-Sundance... Except Oklahoma's film festival is called Bare Bones, and you've still got a few days to check out the action in Muskogee. From movie screenings (anything with less than a $1 million budget) to actors' and directors' talks, to after parties, it'll be just like being on the Hollywood red carpet. Okay, maybe not quite, but we like it that way. You can even ride the Okie from Muskogee trolley and see the sites while you're there. (C'mon, what do you mean you've never seen the U.S.S Batfish?) Festival runs April 26-29. For more info, films, show times and tickets, visit barebonesfilmfest00.tripod.com.
Freaker's Ball, Without the Costumes. If you're looking for a whole lotta bands for not a lotta money, then the 2nd Annual Ballroom Blitz is your safest bet. On Sat., April 28, at the Cain's Ballroom, 423 N. Main, you can see Rook, Los Reactors, Math Lab, The Mudville Project, Sarah Wagoner & The Pop-Adelphics, Turnpike Troubadours, Black Wednesday, Crooked X, Severmind, Hot Rod Bob, Stevedore, Esther, Wade Burrows, Tribe Of Souls, Theodress Avery, Bait, Celtic Cheer and more...okay, outta breath. There will be four stages, doors are at 7pm, and it's only $8 in advance at the Box Office, Starship Records, Reasor's or www.gettix.net. Get moving, those tickets won't buy themselves.
From the Mouths of Babes. For three days in a row, April 27-29, you can catch the Nightingale Theatre's One Act Festival. This Youth Onstage tradition consists of several one-act plays, some of which are written by the teens themselves and which are wholly directed and produced by the members of Youth Onstage. Each day's show starts at 2pm at the theatre, 1416 E. 4th. For more info or reservations, call 633-8666.
Never Gonna Get It. R&B super group En Vogue will bring their sultry, soulful hits to Tulsa when they perform at the Osage Events Center, 951 W. 36th St. N., on Sat., April 28. Joining En Vogue for a rare reunion performance will be After 7. Doors are at 7pm, and tickets start at $28. Get yours at the Osage Event Center Box Office, www.gettix.net, local Reasor's stores, or by calling (866) 443-8849.
Showcasing the Youth. Come see the latest in the Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame's Spring Concert Series with music by young pianists Carson Wagner and Barron Ryan. Hear them play gospel, soul, ragtime, jazz and classical. Nothing's too much for these two. Come support the future of music in Tulsa at the Greenwood Cultural Center, 322 N. Greenwood, at 5pm on Sunday, April 29. Tickets range from $5-10 and may be reserved at 596-1001 or www.okjazz.org.
Play Ball! College ball a'plenty this week: First up, The ORU Baseball boys will hopefully sweep a series against Valparaiso with games April 27-29 at 7pm, 2pm and 1pm, respectively. Games are played at the Johnson Stadium at ORU, 81st & Lewis. Tickets are $3-7 and may be bought at the Box Office, 495-6000 or www.mabeecenter.com. Next up, the lovely ladies of the TU Softball team will face a doubleheader against Southern Miss at 1 & 3pm on Sat. the 28th and then again at 1pm on Sunday the 29th. Those games are played in the Hardesty Complex of the TU Campus at 6th & Delaware. Tickets are $4-6 and can be purchased at the Box Office, 631-GoTU or www.tulsahurricane.com.
A Football for All Seasons. We're talking arena football here, and T-Town is proud to have its very own team, the Tulsa Talons (watch out, they're sharp). Their season is just kicking off and promises to help keep you cool all summer long, since the games are played indoors at the Tulsa Convention Center, 7th & Houston. Their next game is coming up on Sat., April 28, when they'll face off against the Alabama Steeldogs. Grrrr...Game starts at 7pm, and you can get your tickets at the Talons Box Office or 584-2000.
Strike 'em Out. Let's go, Drillers, let's go! (stomp, stomp). It's time for another series this week, this time against our neighboring team, the Arkansas Travelers. It all kicks off at 12pm on Wed., May 2 with the first daytime game of the season, then continues on the 3rd at 7pm for NASCAR Night and Thirsty Thursday, before wrapping up with a 10am Fri. game. In addition, you can get free haircuts, shoeshines & massages from Community Care College at both of the daytime games. Sounds like a perfect lunch break. All games are played at Driller Stadium, which is on the corner of 15th & Yale. Get your tickets at the Box Office, www.tulsadrillers.com or 744-5901.
Imagining a World Without Tears. Country-rock folker Lucinda Williams has also been named America's best songwriter, but this Lake Charles, LA native hasn't gotten too big for her britches, and it seems she still loves an intimate stage show. She'll be stopping by our beloved Cain's Ballroom on Tues., May 1, to being us a little soulful singing. Joining her will be Aussie country singer/songwriter Anne McCue. Doors for the show swing wide at 7pm. Advance tickets are $27 and may be bought at all the usual places.
No Longer an Allman Brothers Side Project. No, it's true: Gov't Mule has truly taken on a life of its own. The southern rock jam band has gathered up quite a diverse following, and that following has asked that they come to one of the South's favorite venues, the Cain's Ballroom, 423 N. Main. They'll be stopping in for an evening on Wed., May 2 to cook you up quite a show. Since they're the only fellers of the night, the doors won't open until 8pm. Get your tickets ahead of time for $22.
For the People. The Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art, 2021 E. 71st, will display a traveling exhibition on the life and artwork of the Polish-born Jewish artist, Arthur Szyk, through June 24. The exhibition includes a selection of both the artist's manuscript illustrations and political art from the 1930s and 1940s created to call attention to Nazi atrocities across Europe, as well as to advocate for social justice and civil liberties in America. The museum is open Mon.-Fri., 10am-5pm and on Sundays from 1-5pm. For more information on the museum or exhibit, call 492-1818.
Gangway, Pirates of the Caribbean. Here come The Lady Pirates of Captain Bree! As the lady pirates take over you're in for swashbuckling musical comedy with a host of hysterical characters on deck. Come see this youth musical at Clark Theatre, 11440 E. Admiral April 27-28, with performances at 7:30pm. Tickets are $8 for adults and $6 for seniors and students. For more info, or to make a reservation, call Clark at 669-6455.
A Little Piece of Peace. Every s3rd Fri. of the month, Peace House Tulsa, 306 S. Phoenix, will bring you Infusion, an evening of music and poetry that will transport you back into the Jazz Era of Harlem. The show starts at 9pm, and the lineup includes The Mistress of Metaphor: Sharon Smith Knight, Renowned Drummer: Bob "Pacemaker" Newham, and The Ultra Cool Songstress: Miss Stacie Lynn. There will also be a special performance from Wordweaver: Deborah Hunter. $5 gets you into the show. For more info, call 599-8959.
Close Encounters of the Elephant Kind. Newly opened, the Elephant Demonstration Yard at the Tulsa Zoo, 6421 E. 36th St. N., will bring you and your family closer to the elephants than ever before. There will be daily demonstrations at 11am, and the stadium seating will bring you within a few feet of the mighty beasts and their keepers. Come check out Asian Cow elephants Sooky and Gunda as they strut their stuff and roam their newly renovated and expanded habitat. For more info, call 669-6600.
Art in 2 & 3D. There's always something of interest going on at the M.A. Doran Gallery, 3509 S. Peoria. This month, you'll have the opportunity to see new sculptures in various media from Virginia Harrison, as well as old and new paintings, primarily abstracts and landscapes by William Rabon, two local artists with two beautiful visions. The exhibit will run through May 5. For more info, visit madorangallery.com or call 748-8700.
The Advent of Art. The Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition Biennial IX is scheduled for to run through May 6. Every other year, the Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition (OVAC) holds the exhibit to spotlight and reward excellence in Oklahoma artists. The call for artists is now available and is open to artists working in all 2-D media, including painting, drawing, printmaking and photography. Artists must be residing in Oklahoma and at least 18 years of age. Submitted works should be original, completed in the last two years and not produced by an art student. For a full prospectus, artists can visit the OVAC website at www.ovac-ok.org or call 405-232-6991.
Golf, It's Tulsa's Kind of Sport. The Tulsa Historical Society and the PGA present "A History of the Season's Final Major," which celebrates the history and tradition of the PGA Championship. The collection tracks the Championship from the beginnings of match play to the modern era of stroke play, from Champions like Gene Sarazen and Walter Hagen to today's icons such as Jack Nicklaus and Tiger Woods. Visitors to the exhibit can see the progression of golf and its technology by viewing mementos from PGA Champions through clothing, equipment, scorecards and other memorabilia. The PGA exhibit will be on display at the Tulsa Historical Society, 2445 S. Peoria, through Aug. 1. Admission is free. To make tour reservations or for more information, call 712-9484.
He is Manuel. He dressed Johnny Cash in black. He created jumpsuits for Elvis. The bands Aerosmith, Lynard Skynard, ZZ Top and the Beatles have all worn his artistry. Presidents and movie stars have proudly donned his couture. He is a designer and an artist. He is Manuel. His current exhibit, "Star Spangled Thank You Tour" is a celebration of his career as a performance costume designer and will also showcase 50 one-of-a-kind jackets that pay tribute to the uniqueness of each of the 50 states. The show will run through July 29 at Gilcrease Museum, 1400 Gilcrease Museum Rd. For more information, call 596-2700 or visit gilcrease.org.
Boomers and Sooners. During the first few years of the twentieth century, a series of events took place that lead Congress to grant single statehood for the Oklahoma and Indian Territories together. The exhibit, "Divided Territory, the Quest for Sequoyah," details the process that led two territories, each desiring to be admitted to the Union as their own separate state, to join together to form the State of Oklahoma. Come see this and other exhibits at the Tulsa Historical Society, 2445 S. Peoria, through July 28. For more info, call 712-9484 or visit tulsahistory.org.
Circa 480 B.C. Witness, for the first time, the Battle of Thermopylae on the massive screens of IMAX for a feel of what it was like to be a Spartan defending your ground against the ferocious Persians. Based on Frank Miller's graphic novel and from the same director of Dawn of the Dead, 300 promises to be a violent, yet powerful, film about defending honor and your homeland, to the bitter end. Showing at Cinemark IMAX, 10802 E. 71st. Call 307-2629 for showtimes.
Art From the Majestic East. The newest exhibit at the Price Tower in Bartlesville is "Tokyo: The Imperial Capital," which features 64 woodblock prints by Koizumi Kishio (1893-1945), who captured Tokyo's rebirth as a modern city trying to maintain its identity after the devastating earthquake of 1923. The exhibition will run through May 13 and is available for public viewing 10am-5pm Monday-Saturday and 12-5pm Sundays. For more information, please call 336-4949 or visit pricetower.org.
Celebrate Oklahoma's Rich History! In 1945, Thomas Gilcrease commissioned Vinson Lackey to research, record, and then create works of art representing the early institutions of Indian Territory.
This historic group of Oklahoma's pre-statehood buildings included forts, old Indian capitols, agencies, schools, churches, homes, and industrial structures. Each painting was to be a faithful reproduction of the original structure. The project took Lackey four years to complete.
He traveled to the sites and made sketches of the terrain, took copious notes, and tracked down any available information that might be useful to the project.
Do your civic duty and help the mayor and her cohorts find direction for the museum by letting 'em know you heard about the show in your ever-lovin' UTW. Gilcrease Museum, 1400 Gilcrease Museum Rd., through Sept. 30. For more information, call 596-2700.
America 24/7. In the 1930s & '40s, Oklahoma artists were part of the "American Scene" movement, a reaction in part to abstraction and other modernist movements. These artists documented the America they knew best, whether it was the hills of Oklahoma, the ranch land of West Texas or the shores of New England.
They worked with a single purpose: to capture the myths and truths of an America that was rapidly changing. An exhibit of these works, "The Oklahoma Scene," at Philbrook Museum, runs through Aug. 5. For more information, call 749-7941.
The Longing for Liquid. Oasis in Space is a stunning film voyage that transports the audience through the solar system, galaxy & universe in search of liquid water--a key ingredient for our life on earth.
With a proven, audience-tested story, visually immersive imagery and an original musical score, the film is enjoyable for all ages. You can see Oasis in Space at the Berlesmeyer Planetarium at the Tulsa Air & Space Museum, 3624 N. 74th E. Ave. For showtimes, call 834-9900.
Watch Out For Those Black Holes. In the animated film Dark Star, Subrah, a young teenager prone to getting into trouble, is excited to be going home after spending three years at her father's astronomy research station...and not a moment too soon! Subrah and Sweeps, her helper robot, take viewers on an unforgettable journey through space from a gaseous nebula to the grip of a massive black hole.
This film is meant to be both fun and educational for children, but it's truly an experience that the whole family can enjoy. Dark Star is now showing at the Tulsa Air and Space Museum's Bertelsmeyer Planetarium, 3624 N. 74th E. Ave. Call 834-9900 or visit www.tulsaairandspacemuseum.org for showtimes.
Starry Nights. The Tulsa Air and Space Museum's Planetarium, 3624 N. 74th E. Ave., will present Oklahoma Centennial Sky, a retracing of the night skies from long ago and the Oklahomans whose aviation careers helped map the skies for tomorrow.
During this engagement, which runs through April, photographs taken from space by Oklahoma Astronaut William R. Pogue will be on display in the lobby. Tickets are $4-6.
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