In celebration of the Oklahoma City Museum of Art’s 75th anniversary, Becky Weintz discusses two new exhibitions, “Beaux Arts at 75” and “Shared Lives, Distant Places.”
Category: Our Travels
Erinn Gavaghan gives a tour of MAINSITE’s exhibition, Between Art and Quarantine in this sponsored video.
Inspired by his fortune, Geoff invites Sam to visit with Michael Gonzales at the 45th Infantry Division Museum. The museum’s curator talks about his first encounter and the findings of paranormal investigators who have visited.
Sprinkled Bakery is a family-owned and operated dessert bakery that uses the finest quality ingredients they can get and baked in small batches.
In this second installment of ghost stories about Fort Washita, Sam and Geoff hear tales about spirits at a bridge, the stickball post, an unsettling experience at a rendezvous event, and the cabin.
Sam and Geoff travel to Fort Washita for ghost stories in this two-part special of Tales Unveiled.
Artful Inlets brings attention to stormwater infrastructure.
The Professor invites Sam for a walk through Sutton Wilderness in Norman to share his research on the area.
Re: Earth Refill Shop is Oklahoma’s first dedicated refillery with a mission to instill in people the beginnings of a waste less lifestyle.
Keeping closer to home, Sam and Geoff visit the Stockyard City district, a part of Oklahoma City they don’t normally visit. Cindy Scarberry from the Rodeo Opry Foundation was kind enough to host the interview session and brought Stefani and Greg to share tales of the unexplained in the district.
Conceived from a light-hearted joke about opening a snowcone stand to have more family time, Pink Elephant grew to include coffee, scratch-made pastries, and daily lunch specials.
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.