Hello, everyone! I’m Dennis Spielman, the creator of Uncovering Oklahoma, and I am thrilled to launch The Show Starts Now! My unique, Oklahoma-based streaming service is more than just entertainment—it’s a passport to electrifying adventures. Dive...
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Sam and Geoff travel to Wynnewood where they interview paranormal investigator John Mcqulliam. They talk about the Eskridge Hotel, Turner Falls, and the Lady in White at Veteran’s Lake. After the interview, Sam and Geoff visit Oklahoma’s other gravity hill, Magnetic Hill in Springer. Then as they’re heading home, Sam receives a voicemail from Detective Valerie James about a second murder.
Dennis Spielman of Uncovering Oklahoma has been awarded the Governor’s Arts Award for his Media in the Arts contributions.
In this episode of Uncovering Oklahoma, we start with a preview tour of the First Americans Museum in Oklahoma City before its opening to the public. Then we travel to Yukon to visit The Flower...
Learn about all of the Oklahoma based films showing at deadCenter 2020.
In this Artist Statement Minute, Christie Owen talks about the group of artists she invited to Verbode’s first exhibition for 2020 who are actively making our city a super cool place through various creative channels.
With 2019 officially over, here’s a recap of Uncovering Oklahoma’s year.
Uncovering Oklahoma Adventures Volume 1 shares ideas for your own adventures in Oklahoma. Everything from art, to food, and the outdoors, Oklahoma is far from boring. In this first volume, we visit several restaurants and...
Welcome to the Plaza Walls explores the history, the challenges faced, and the community benefits of the curated outdoor mural exhibition known as the Plaza Walls in Oklahoma City. The 30-minute documentary special includes interviews...
In this Monday Music Discovery, there’s new music by Emrldboi and LCG and the X.
In this Monday Music Discovery, there’s new music by Kodos, Gloom Cruise, Golden Ones, and Rachel Bachman.
An artist statement with Mildred Howard, The Westheimer Distinguished Visiting Artist Chair, at the Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art.