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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

The Vine Open Mic Poetry Night – A Date With Destiny

The Vine Open Mic Poetry Night – A Date With Destiny

On Tuesday night, Urban Roots was bristling with nervous energy. Or maybe it was just me. After all, it was time for The Vine Open Mic Poetry night, and just before I left my home in Norman to drive to the Deep Deuce district in downtown Oklahoma City, I made the decision that I was [...]

November 6, 2013 Brian C Scott Features, Home, Reviews 0

Weekly Wrap Up: Monday November 4, 2013

Weekly Wrap Up: Monday November 4, 2013

This was another busy week for the Culturocity team. We caught up with Mike Calhoun of the legendary Grammy award winning (Kinsman) Dazz Band of Cleveland, OH. Mike spoke to us by phone and gave us an update on his stellar career. Check out Mike’s profile in the Artists Directory. Other new artists to be [...]

November 4, 2013 Brian C Scott Features, Weekly Wrap-Up 0

Review: 1st Sunday Brunch @ Urban Roots – An Extended Family Affair

Review: 1st Sunday Brunch @ Urban Roots – An Extended Family Affair

On Sunday, November 3rd, Urban Roots held their monthly 1st Sunday Brunch from noon to 5pm. This was my first time attending the event, but having been to Urban Roots a couple times before, one might think I would have known what to expect. One would be mistaken. If there’s one thing one should expect at Urban Roots, [...]

November 4, 2013 Brian C Scott Features, Reviews 0

Culturocity Spotlight: Adam & Kizzie

Culturocity Spotlight: Adam & Kizzie

Adam & Kizzie have come together on a mission to give music their absolute best. Their music is a tribute to everything great about music. Which is why it’s hard to say whether their album ‘The Book of EEDO: Vol. 1′ is an R&B, soul, jazz, or hip hop form of musical art. This goes [...]

November 4, 2013 Brian C Scott Features, Spotlight 1

Review: Badu-izms? Good-u-izms!

Review: Badu-izms? Good-u-izms!

On Saturday October 26th, OCCC’s Bruce Owen Theatre welcomed “Badu-izms – A Tribute to Erykah” for two performances only, at 3pm and 7pm. I caught the 3pm show, and left the theatre lamenting that the musical celebration wasn’t going to be around longer. The show opened with a taste of the Vine Open Mic Poetry [...]

October 29, 2013 Brian C Scott Features, Reviews 0

Miss Cooki Album Release – Heart of Me

Miss Cooki Album Release – Heart of Me

Saturday, October 26th, marked the celebration of the release of Miss Cooki Turner’s new album, Heart of Me. Although the album had already released recently, Miss Cooki still took the opportunity to gather her friends, family and fans at Urban Roots in Oklahoma City’s historic Deep Deuce district in order render a heartfelt thank you to [...]

October 28, 2013 Brian C Scott Features, Reviews, Spotlight 0

Culturocity – What is it?

Culturocity – What is it?

Definition of culturocity (n) cul·tur-oc-i-ty [ kúlchəróssətee ] 1.arts collectively: art, music, literature, and related intellectual activities, considered collectively 2.knowledge and sophistication: enlightenment and sophistication acquired through education and exposure to the arts 3.shared beliefs and values of group: the beliefs, customs, practices, and social behavior of a particular nation or people Really, this is [...]

October 25, 2013 Brian C Scott Features 0

Culturocity Web Site to launch October 25th, 2013 – OKC cultural arts hub

Culturocity Web Site to launch October 25th, 2013 – OKC cultural arts hub

More than two years ago, I met Dacia Hooks during auditions for The Color Purple at Poteet Theatre in Oklahoma City. We hit it off, hung out, laughed, and talked shop. A friendship quickly developed, and we began discussing our mutual love of the arts. We also discovered our diverse gifts and talents which, although [...]

October 22, 2013 Brian C Scott Features 0