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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

Adam & Kizzie Sign With Ropeadope Records!

Adam & Kizzie Sign With Ropeadope Records!

I have a major rule when it comes to writing: Never use exclamation points. It is up to the reader to decide what to be excited about. Exclamation points to me are usually nothing more than cheesy attempts to manufacture excitement. When contributing writers submit articles to Culturocity, I edit out the exclamation points before I publish [...]

May 15, 2014 Brian C Scott 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

The Four People You Meet at Urban Roots: Last Friday Edition

The Four People You Meet at Urban Roots: Last Friday Edition

Last Friday, after a long, stressful work week, my fiancé Jamie and I decided to head to Urban Roots, one of our favorite places to chill, to listen to our favorite artists, Adam & Kizzie. Any live show featuring Adam & Kizzie is sure to be enjoyable. Their intimate renditions of songs from their album, [...]

February 25, 2014 Brian C Scott Reviews, Spotlight 0

EEDO Live 2014! Keeping up with Adam & Kizzie

EEDO Live 2014! Keeping up with Adam & Kizzie

EEDOnauts unite. Oklahoma City’s own Adam & Kizzie have kicked off 2014 with a bang. The pair has announced a series of live performances at various venues, affectionately dubbed EEDO Live 2014! These performances feature the EEDOnamic duo performing in intimate settings, interacting with their fans and blessing us with their uniquely beautiful gift of music. The first [...]

January 15, 2014 Brian C Scott Features, Spotlight 0

Amiri Baraka – Pioneer of Culture and Consciousness

Amiri Baraka – Pioneer of Culture and Consciousness

These days, the term “pioneer” is thrown around loosely and applied to nearly anyone who makes the slightest ripple in the vast waters of history. In the case of Amiri Baraka (aka Leroi Jones), the moniker actually fits. Baraka had a profound influence on culture, taking on societal norms and turning them on their heads at a [...]

January 10, 2014 Brian C Scott Features, Spotlight 0

Where the Sistas At? A History of Black Comedians on SNL

Where the Sistas At? A History of Black Comedians on SNL

If all went according to plan, yesterday marked the final auditions held by the folks at Saturday Night Live to decide upon an African American female cast member. The plan, however, was not the original course charted for the show; it was instead implemented in reaction to recent complaints over the lack of diversity on [...]

December 17, 2013 Brian C Scott Features, Spotlight 0

R Kelly’s “Black Panties” – Art or Pornography?

R Kelly’s “Black Panties” – Art or Pornography?

Move over Robin Thicke and Miley Cyrus. You guys are so couple of months ago. Make way for the Pied Piper of R&B, Mr. R. Kelly. On Tuesday, December 10th, R. Kelly’s “Black Panties” is scheduled to drop. From the looks of the cover art released by the Pied Piper himself, it appears everything else [...]

December 9, 2013 Brian C Scott Features, Spotlight 0

Encountering Hope at Urban Roots – A Chance Interview with News 9′s Heather Hope

Encountering Hope at Urban Roots – A Chance Interview with News 9′s Heather Hope

On Tuesday November 26th, I had the unexpected privilege of meeting and talking with News 9 reporter Heather Hope at Urban Roots.  We were both attending The Vine Open Mic Poetry Night at the trendy, laid back spot in the historic Deep Deuce district. Urban Roots is quickly ascending in stature as a preferred hangout [...]

December 3, 2013 Brian C Scott Features, Spotlight 0