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Heading up to Downstream
[July 2014] - Little Big Town comes to kick off both Independence Day Weekend and the sixth anniversary of Downstream Casino on Thursday, July 3. Hot on the heels of their new surefire no. 1 hit “Day Drinking”, this caustic country quartet is equal parts male and female contributors   read more...
  • Big bass theory: Over 100 bands gravitate to the Center of the Universe for annual festival
  • The Joint’s on fire
  • Play it again, Steve
  • Steely Dan packs the jam: Exploratory rockers mark three ‘Jamalot’ tour stops in Currentland
  • Something old, something Neumeier’s
  • Pot shot: Eureka Springs’ Wallace sculpting world’s largest pot; carries pro-cannabis message
    [July 2014] - Local artist Jim Wallace has set out to make the world’s largest pot. That’s right; he wants to make a large-scale piece of pottery to take on tour around the U.S. In addition to turning heads at Guinness Book of World Records, he hopes his mission will ultimately lead to more open and fruitful conversations about marijuana legalization in America.   read more...
  • Getting the artifacts straight: Bacone College art projects preserve Oklahoma heritage
  • River City Players: a North End highlight
  • Throw-towns
  • Some Ming’s never change: Ming’s mouthwatering entrees move them beyond the noodle-house norm
    [July 2014] - Ming’s is a wonderful departure from the ordinary. Located in “The Consortium” cluster of restaurants on Peoria, you round the corner at Doc’s and proceed to the parking lot in the back. There you will find a lovely, serene, garden patio with a giant chiminea, setting the mood as you enter Ming’s   read more...
  • The fruits of spring’s labor: Summer’s tasty celebrations honor peaches and grapes
  • Friday food truckin’: Stillwater’s Friday Food Trucks & Tunes draws thousands to downtown
  • Up there’s the beef: Burgers at The Balcony make mouthwatering memories
  • Show-on: Shawnee rolls to stop for 2014 Slamboree
    [August 2014] - The Slamboree will be showcasing more than big engines and egos; with reduced ticket prices for those bearing unopened gifts, the show is hoping to make a substantial donation to Toys for Tots. Along with the gifts brought by patrons, the Slamboree/The Big Show is not for profit, and all proceeds that exceed production cost will go to children in need.   read more...
  • North End goes hog wild: Norris Park motorcycle festival first of its kind
  • Floating your boat, five decades and counting: Claremore’s HydroHoist celebrates 50 years of boat lift buoyancy
  • Lake Tenkiller Poker Run
  • Kierston White: Don’t Write Love Songs
    Norman-based songbird songwriter Kierston White released her powerful debut album, Don’t Write Love Songs, in late June. [July 2014] - The album, produced by Samantha Crain, is reminiscent of the earlier works of KT Tunstall and Janis Joplin, even traces of the poignant supergroup Monsters of Folk; honest-to-goodness, stripped down, girl-powered acoustic ballads where the vocal melodies soar with definition   read more...
  • Jason Mraz & Raining Jane: YES!
  • Phish: Fuego
  • The Cate Brothers Band: The Malibu Sessions
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      Havin’ fun out of the sun: Indoor recreation calls Green Country inside
      [July 2014] - One of the best things about residing in Currentland is the ample opportunity for outdoor fun. With plenty of rivers, lakes and back roads, there is always an adventure waiting around the corner. However, our unique weather and blazing hot summer can also wreak havoc on plans, forcing fun-seekers to improvise   read more...
    • Berry picks, produce festivals jam June
    • Oklahoma and Arkansas offer best wet ways to keep cool
    • Murv vs. Mosquito: Tahlequah artist offers advice on assassinating mosquitos
    • We’ve come a long way baby!: Currentland Magazine celebrates 10th anniversary, broadens reach to OKC
      [August 2014] - Currentland Magazine, our world class go-to source for entertainment news, is celebrating its 10th anniversary this month! To honor the publication, here's a short history of how this popular entertainment magazine got its start. Founded in 2004 in the home of then NSU entrepreneurial professor Tom Barlow   read more...
    • Nice tail (lights): TowMate’s wireless LED lighting systems shine brightly
    • Hasty-Bake grills perfection: Tulsa company grows backyard barbecue heroes one oven at a time
    • True Believer - July 2014