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Monthly Archives: November 2013

Black Friday 101 – Surviving the Sale in a Culture of Commercialism

Black Friday 101 – Surviving the Sale in a Culture of Commercialism

As I sat at the table at a friend’s relative’s house on Thanksgiving Day, the conversation was dominated by a common theme. There was plenty of great food and a healthy array of other topics at the table, but the discussion kept finding its way back to the annual nationwide shopping spree known as Black Friday, [...]

November 29, 2013 Brian C Scott Home 0

Life of Brian: I Saw the Light at the Loony Bin

Life of Brian: I Saw the Light at the Loony Bin

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to get on stage and do stand-up comedy?  So had I. It was never a dream that consumed me, nor was it a lifelong aspiration; it was more of a nagging curiosity. I’ve had my share of moments of accidental comedic brilliance in private; I was [...]

November 27, 2013 Brian C Scott Features, Reviews 0

Introducing The Culturocity Calendar – Keeping you in the know

Introducing The Culturocity Calendar – Keeping you in the know

Frustrated with the lack of consolidated information on local arts and entertainment? Bored? Looking to expand your cultural horizons? Traveling to a new city and looking to check out the scene? Have no fear, the Culturocity Calendar is here! Click here for the calendar. The Culturocity Calendar is now LIVE! Featuring local arts events from [...]

November 26, 2013 Brian C Scott Calendar 0

Review: Heart & Soul’s Singles BIG Event

Review: Heart & Soul’s Singles BIG Event

Culturocity had the opportunity to attend the Singles Big Event hosted by Heart & Soul last Saturday, November 9, 2013 from 1-9pm. The event was open to single men and women and was not your typical affair of meeting and greeting singles over hors d’ oeuvres and ice breaker games, this affair was different. Each registrant [...]

November 18, 2013 Dacia Hooks Reviews 0

Review: The Jonathan Scales Fourchestra – An Experience of Steel Bliss

Review: The Jonathan Scales Fourchestra – An Experience of Steel Bliss

Oklahoma City had the pleasure of listening to The Jonathan Scales Fourchestra at Urban Roots on Saturday, November 16th, and the experience was truly delightful. The Fourchestra hails from Asheville, NC. This was their first visit to our great state.  Oklahoma’s own Adam & Kizzie opened for the group, performing a few songs from their [...]

November 18, 2013 Dacia Hooks Reviews 0

Dreamgirls at Poteet Theatre: A Spectacular Dream Fulfilled

Dreamgirls at Poteet Theatre: A Spectacular Dream Fulfilled

The Oklahoma premiere of Dreamgirls at Poteet Theatre was a visually spectacular blast from the past. The elaborate set design and wardrobe perfectly captured the mood of the 60s and 70s, and the masterfully crafted storytelling and breathtaking choreography effectively carried the audience to the heart of the Motown era for a tale of love, [...]

November 18, 2013 Brian C Scott Features, Reviews 0

THE MIC at Ice Event Center and Grill: A New Home for Hip-Hop Culture

THE MIC at Ice Event Center and Grill: A New Home for Hip-Hop Culture

When people discuss the arts, images of theatre, classical music, ballet and paintings often dominate the conversation. For many, however, hip-hop does not even enter the dialogue. The genre, which is actually a complex hybrid of music, poetry and storytelling, arguably has a bigger crossover appeal and global cultural impact on fashion and style than any other form of creative expression. [...]

November 15, 2013 Brian C Scott Features, Reviews 0

Review: “Who Put My Business in the Street?” – A Remarkable Tale of Redemption

Review: “Who Put My Business in the Street?” – A Remarkable Tale of Redemption

“Secrets, no matter how hard we try to hide them, even the best kept secrets buried in the deepest part of our past, always seem to have a way of resurrecting themselves.” - from “Who Put My Business in the Street” AcTiNuPpRoDuCtIoNs presented “Who Put My Business in the Street” on Saturday, November 9th at Donald [...]

November 11, 2013 Brian C Scott Features, Reviews 0

The History of Gospel Music

The History of Gospel Music

The Oklahoma History Museum presented a history of gospel music titled “150 Years on the Wings of Song” on Thursday, November, 7. Doors opened at 6pm and the program began at 7pm. We briefly chatted about the evening’s possibilities in anticipation of listening to the Ambassadors Concert Choir’s harmonic voices. A large crowd formed outside [...]

November 9, 2013 Dacia Hooks Reviews 0

Lobby Hero @ Carpenter Square Theatre – A Thrilling Ride

Lobby Hero @ Carpenter Square Theatre – A Thrilling Ride

Lobby Hero at Oklahoma City’s Carpenter Square Theatre is a thrilling, funny, emotional ride of twists, turns and turbulence that is well worth the trip. The Carpenter Square stage was beautifully transformed into a colorful, ornate yet modest middle-income Manhattan apartment lobby. The realistically worn present day backdrop served as the canvas on which a complex picture would [...]

November 8, 2013 Brian C Scott Events, Features, Reviews 0