Geoff and Sam travel on the Oklahoma City streetcar with Caitlin Ford from EMBARK where the professor shares ghost stories he’s collected along the route.
Author: Dennis Spielman
Artist romy owens talks about her art installation, Under Her Wing was the Universe, in Enid, Oklahoma.
Apollo Woods of OKC Black Eats guest hosts this episode where he interviews Sean McCoy and Jordan Lowe of Freezing Cow in Oklahoma City. In addition to being rolled ice cream, Freezing Cow has non-dairy and keto options.
In today’s Monday Music Discovery, enjoy new music from The True CW, Jabee, Wood Willow, and Mike McClure.
Sam and Geoff travel to Shawnee to visit with Investigating Oklahoma’s Paranormal as part of the professor’s continued effort to check in with all of his contacts.
In this second installment of creative burgers in Oklahoma, Justin Coleman and Undrell Maholmes go on a taste adventure to S&B’s Burger Joint at their original location in Oklahoma City, then travel to Yukon for the Eggcellent Burger at The Miller Grill, make a quick stop for ice cream at Vacca Territory along Route 66, and end back to OKC for The Burger at The Museum Cafe.
In this Art & Victory panel discussion, Nabeel Jamal from OKC Foodcast guest hosts a conversation about what it takes to produce a podcast series with Brian Gililland from Okie Show Show; Kayla Coffey and Anna Farha from Localites OKC, and Dennis Spielman from Tales Unveiled.
Sam and Geoff travel to El Reno – not for their onion burgers, but to meet with paranormal investigator and author Tanya Mccoy-Womack. At Iron Tree Coffee, Tanya talks about El Reno’s history, ghost stories, and local cryptids.
Stacey Aldridge, the Marketing Director for Scissortail Park, gives a brief tour of the new Oklahoma City park and talks about several of the park’s opening features.
In hopes of raising the professor’s spirits, Sam and Geoff leave Oklahoma City to travel east along Route 66 to collect ghost stories.
Guest host, Jabee, interviews all ten of the premiere restaurant concepts at the Oklahoma City food hall, The Collective, in the Midtown district.
Exhibit 3 of Verbode Urban Core Artists features the work of: Christie Owen, Erin Cooper, Jarica Walsh, Jim Thompson, Jon Burris, Lawrence Hultberg and Tammy Brummell.