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Spunk Adams Helps Bring Life Back to Crossroads with Jazz in the Mall at Plaza Mayor

Spunk Adams Helps Bring Life Back to Crossroads with Jazz in the Mall at Plaza Mayor

Where death once lurked in the shadows, life has returned to Crossroads Mall, thanks in large part to the sounds of Jazz in the Mall at Plaza Mayor. More than a decade ago, the once busy and thriving Crossroads Mall in Oklahoma City was shaken by a shocking and senseless act of violence that rendered it a virtual [...]

November 28, 2016 Brian C Scott Artists, Features, Reviews 0

Shirley Caesar Hopes Beans, Greans, Potatoes, Tomatoes Turn into Serious Cabbage, but Is Not Here for the Twerking

Shirley Caesar Hopes Beans, Greans, Potatoes, Tomatoes Turn into Serious Cabbage, but Is Not Here for the Twerking

Beans, greens, potatoes, tomatoes are just fine with Pastor Shirley Caesar, but she thinks y’alls twerking is too much. While y’all laughing, Shirley is tryna get paid for real. But she hopes to use her resurrected fame, and hopefully her newfound riches, for a worthy cause. By now, just about everyone on the planet has heard [...]

November 24, 2016 Brian C Scott Features 0

Insult to Injury: Tyler Media Reopens Wounds for Holtzclaw Victims

Insult to Injury: Tyler Media Reopens Wounds for Holtzclaw Victims

On Tuesday, Tyler Media posted an electronic billboard on behalf of CRTV.com, featuring the image of disgraced former police officer and convicted rapist Daniel Holtzclaw, and posing the question “WHAT IF HE DIDN’T DO IT?” The billboard was located at I-44 and Kelley, on Oklahoma City’s east side. This, ladies and gentlemen, is the height of white privilege. [...]

November 23, 2016 Brian C Scott Features, Home 0

The Mess We Made Famous

The Mess We Made Famous

More than ever before, popular culture today is largely driven by social media. The things we discuss amongst ourselves are the things that drive the headlines. As a result, we now create our own celebrities, elevating to fame those who most appeal to our depraved sense of curiosity and provide us with the most outlandish [...]

March 18, 2015 Brian C Scott Features 0

Culturocity Produces its First Documentary, Captures Life, Music, Ministry of Jeremy Thomas

Culturocity Produces its First Documentary, Captures Life, Music, Ministry of Jeremy Thomas

Jeremy Thomas is a musical genius. He is also an incredible human being with an uncommon humility and heart for God. When Culturocity set out at the beginning of this year to produce the first in a series of documentaries chronicling the developmental process of extraordinary artists, Jeremy Thomas was a no-brainer to be our initial subject. It [...]

August 17, 2014 Brian C Scott Features, Spotlight 0

The 48 Hour Film Project: A Baptism by Fire for Local Filmmakers

The 48 Hour Film Project: A Baptism by Fire for Local Filmmakers

Anyone who has ever been involved in the filmmaking process knows that at times it can be long, arduous, and fraught with waiting and mundane activity. Some films can seemingly take an eternity to complete. Then there’s the 48 Hour Film Project. The 48 Hour Film Project is a unique competition among filmmakers. Every year, individual teams of local filmmakers converge upon a specified location for [...]

August 8, 2014 Brian C Scott Features, Spotlight 0

A New Mother Lion to Lead the Pride

A New Mother Lion to Lead the Pride

It’s a new day for the Langston University Lady Lions, and there’s a new sheriff in town.  Cheryl Miller is the new Head Coach for Langston’s NAIA women’s basketball team. What does this mean for the only historically Black institution of higher learning in the great red state of Oklahoma? It means the “home on [...]

May 11, 2014 Telesa Hines Features, Spotlight 2

J Lee The Producer’s Challenge Provides Artists a Rare Opportunity to Shine

J Lee The Producer’s Challenge Provides Artists a Rare Opportunity to Shine

J.Lee The Producer is no stranger to challenge. From being a High School All-American in football, to conquering the gridiron at the University of Oklahoma, to a four-year pro career with the San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders in the NFL, to producing over 80 albums and over 400 records for R&B, Hip-Hop, Neo Soul and [...]

March 17, 2014 Brian C Scott Features 0

The Funky Knuckles + Adam & Kizzie – an Urban Roots Encounter

The Funky Knuckles + Adam & Kizzie – an Urban Roots Encounter

On Monday March 10th, there’s only one place to be in Oklahoma City, as groundUP recording artists The Funky Knuckles bring their super-sick signature sound to Urban Roots, everybody’s favorite spot. The Funky Knuckles – who definitely live up to their name - will be joined by OKC’s own Adam & Kizzie. The experience is sure to be nothing short [...]

March 10, 2014 Brian C Scott Features 0

Why I Wanted to Fight Richard Sherman, And Why I Disagree that He’s a Thug

Why I Wanted to Fight Richard Sherman, And Why I Disagree that He’s a Thug

  Toward the end of the NFC Championship game, cornerback Richard Sherman was responsible for the defensive play that sealed the Seattle Seahawks’ victory over the San Francisco 49ers. His postgame remarks generated controversy and instantly transformed him into arguably the most recognized athlete in the NFL outside of Brady and Manning. Now, as the [...]

January 29, 2014 Brian C Scott Features 0