Another nDepth — we could all use a little more grace
Lost in all the Bedlam 2010 commotion this last week was our most recent nDepth: Stories of the Ages presentation.
This week, we featured the story of Oklahoma’s most famous ballerinas. That’s right. It’s a story that’s much different than Bedlam.
But it is a story that’s just as unique for Oklahoma.
The five ballerinas had the skills and the techniques that all dancers needed, but unlike many dancers, the five ballerinas had the spirit and passion credited to their American Indian heritage and Oklahoma roots.
I invite you to investigate our “Graceful Heritage.” It’s told in a way to allow our readers to learn more about their state and its cultural history.
We know this story won’t draw the same amount of page views that our story about the Lingerie Football League managed to bring (more to come on that in tomorrow’s post). But that doesn’t mean it’s not a story worth telling.
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