There was a party atmosphere inside the BOK Center Saturday night for Luke Bryan’s concert even before the lights went out. When the arena went dark, Bryan appeared in silhouette lit from behind by bright white lights behind a sheer curtain. When the curtain dropped, the 40 year-old Georgia native bounded onto the stage singing his opening number “Move” and the party was on. Continue reading
Knowing what’s in your boat’s insurance policy could mean the difference between having to pay significant costs out of pocket for a claim or coming away from the claims experience in good shape. What do you need to know? Boat Owners Association of The United States (BoatUS) takes a look at the fine print on seven of the most important coverages. Continue reading
Combining mediums and inspiration from all areas of pop culture and beyond, Broc Randall has been honing his artistic craft for almost two decades. His latest show, “Art By Broc,” will be in the PAC Gallery during the month of June.
He received his bachelor of arts in graphic design from Northeastern State University in Tahlequah before relocating to Little Rock, Arkansas, to work for Dillards corporation. While employed there as a web designer for almost four years, he began creating mixed-media art pieces that incorporated everyday objects. Continue reading
Katy Perry brings her “Witness“ tour to the BOK November 29. Tickets are on sale.
The question is: What is Perry’s “witness” on what topics with what level of wisdom?
The short answer appears to be: self-aggrandizing stupidity worthy of protest after Perry spoke on the Manchester bombing. Continue reading
The Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band’s upcoming full-length record Lay It On Down is due August 4 on Concord Records. The album is Shepherd’s first since 2014’s Goin’ Home, which debuted at #25 on Billboard’s Top 200 chart and spent several weeks at #1 on the Blues chart.