In this episode of Tales Unveiled, Sam and Geoff traveled to Hinton for an interview with Art Peters at the Hinton Historical Museum about stories along the wagon trails.
Category: Our Travels
Posts on our travels, including episodes and specials
In light of the State Fair not happening this year, I visited Eddie, Big O’s Pork and Dream, and Contrabandz Ice Cream Lab for fair-inspired food.
After getting a fortune from one of those old Zoltar machines, Sam and Geoff visit with Garrett Hartness at the Constantine Theater interview for the history of Pawhuska and stories about the theater.
With a full schedule, Sam and Geoff arrive in Bartlesville for various ghost stories about the town and visit a mysterious attraction in this episode of Tales Unveiled.
After visiting a cheesecake bakery out of state, Shoshianna Moore was inspired to start one in Bethany. Not Cho Cheesecake is a place along Route 66 where you come in with a sweet tooth and leave as family.
The journey for the third season of ghost stories, urban legends, and local history began on a dark, January night. Sam Saxton and Professor Geoff DeRoot traveled to Purcell to visit the McClain County Historical & Genealogical Society & Museum for stories about the country and a chance to see the ghost of Mr. McClain.
Get a tour of the new Shop Contemporary retail space with manager Garrett Colton in this video presented by Oklahoma Contemporary. As Garrett shares, “The premise behind the shop is a microcosm of what we’re doing as an arts organization.”
Get a quick first look of the new two-story arcade bar, Up-Down in Oklahoma City’s Plaza District.
Dance, play, or walk on the interactive art piece, Aqueous by Jen Lewin, outside Oklahoma Contemporary for a colorful experience in Downtown Oklahoma City.
The Study is a wine pub with a coffeehouse vibe and no pretentious attitudes. In this interview with co-owner Ian Bennett, Ian provides an overview of the Film Row venue, what types of drinks they...
Keeping the tradition alive started by the Shanbour family in 1968, The Winchester Drive-In Theatre in Oklahoma City brings families together for a night under the stars and a giant movie screen.
Cleveland County has finalized plans for The Well, the healthy living block located in the county seat of Norman. The planned development, a partnership with the Cleveland County Health Department, will bring together physical and virtual health and wellness resources, activities and services for Cleveland County residents and visitors. The Well will also be the new home of the Norman Farm Market.