Equity Brewing Co in Norman is more than a beer company. Suzette Grillot and Hannah Grillot describe their business as a values-oriented company as Oklahoma’s first woman-owned brewer. In addition to the brewery, Equity is...
This episode features four places for summer treats, a new brewery/pizza in Oklahoma City, and a Turkish food food truck.
Denise Duong and Gabriel Freeman gave me a live tour of their MAINSITE Contemporary Art exhibition, The Left Hand of Liminality, before it opened to the public for the return of the in-person 2nd Friday...
We get a tour of a cooperative grocery store in the Paseo Arts District. Then we travel to Norman to taste some authentic Chinese noodles. Next, we visit a food truck that travels all over the state with a mission to change cattle country one vegan meal at a time. Finally, we see the new Artful Inlet murals in Downtown Norman.
The Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition’s Momentum annually features Oklahoma artists ages 30 years and younger, working in diverse media. The exhibition presents a diversified look at the young artistic talent in Oklahoma.
In this episode I visit a flower shop in Oklahoma City, a food truck that sells dumplings, two art exhibitions, and hang out with the band, Wood Willow.
Executive Director, Erinn Gavaghan, shares an overview of Katherine Liontas-Warren’s “Water and Land” and “Visual Poetry on the Page: With, Within, and Without the Word,” which was curated by Crag Hill. Both Katherine and Crag also share their thoughts on the exhibitions.
Erinn Gavaghan gives a tour of MAINSITE’s exhibition, Between Art and Quarantine in this sponsored video.
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.
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.
Doing traditional Italian dishes with a personal twist, Sergio’s Italian Bistro offers fresh food in Downtown Norman, making sure every item is different from everybody else.