Lyric Theatre opens a new play, “Having Our Say,” this week. On Thursday, you can see plenty of art by visiting Factory Obscura and the Oklahoma City Museum of Art. There are a wide variety of things to do this week, ranging from two NBA basketball games to a Cajun meal at the American Banjo Museum. Start making those plans while you read this post.
The NBA trade deadline is over so go check out this scrappy team tonight, which is the only time this week you can catch them at home. There are plenty of options on Friday as love will fill the air. If you haven’t yet, go visit some of the exhibits at our museums, such as The Frybread Factory; NDN Pop Art exhibition or Cosmic Culture. See what else there is to see in OKC.
New 'AudaCity' podcast: New stuff in Paseo, economic development, Mike Knopp/OKC Riversport interview, more
Episode 9 features an interview with Mike Knopp of OKC RIVERSPORT who fills us in on new developments in the Boathouse District including a surf machine(!) and dog park/bar combo. We also discuss new Paseo places, regional econ. development and more.
VeloCity's "AudaCity" OKC show aims to bring you the Oklahoma City you should know about.
The most comprehensive collection of Andy Warhol's love of the Western genre is visiting Oklahoma City
Warhol and the West will be on display at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum through Sunday, May 10.
“When the KQHA initiated this show, there was not a quality facility in the state of Kansas that could support something that was their vision. If you’re going to launch something and run a quality show, they realized that Kansas could not support that vision.”
The hit Broadway musical, “Come From Away” is now playing at the Civic Center Music Hall, with shows running through Sunday. If musicals aren’t your thing, be sure to check out the look back at the western classic, “True Grit” and see an exhibit about the two movies at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum. And if shopping is more your style, An Affair of the Heart returns to State Fair Park on Friday. See what else you can do this week.
With its Yards Against Homelessness campaign, Kia Motors America is pledging a $1,000 donation for every yard gained to be donated to three nonprofits that help homeless youth: Positive Tomorrows, Covenant House and Georgia-based StandUp for Kids. By texting HOME to 41444, people can help children nationwide that are experiencing homelessness and some of that money will come back to Oklahoma City.