University Theatre and the School of Dance at the University of Oklahoma will present Contemporary Dance Oklahoma, a mixed-repertoire production featuring the choreographic vision and individual voices of faculty choreographers and guest artists.
Poet and writer Simon J. Ortiz will headline the Language Lives event at the Jacobson House in Norman. The Thursday event is co-sponsored by the Mark Allen Everett Poetry Series, Jacobson House and the University of Oklahoma's Native American Studies program.
By Matt Dinger Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.org | Updated: Wed, Apr 27, 2016
Oklahomans on Tuesday got ready for the worst, but the weather left most of the state unscathed. A tornado warning was issued for northeastern Oklahoma, southeastern Logan and northwestern Lincoln counties by the National Weather Service just before 9 p.m., but no damage was immediately reported.
Thousands of people filled downtown Main Street, rocking to music on outdoor stages and inside clubs and other venues at Norman Music Festival 9. Street performers, the Lions Club Carnival and food trucks provided additional family entertainment.