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The Culturocity Report, Season 1 Episode 1

The Culturocity Report, Season 1 Episode 1

At long last, it is finally here (not that it’s been that long, considering we only announced the show for the first time on Sunday, December 4th, but it felt like ages to us.) In the inaugural episode of The Culturocity Report, we first visit OKC’s Plaza Mayor (formerly known as Crossroads Mall) where Spunk [...]

December 9, 2016 Brian C Scott Reviews, The Culturocity Report 0

Dope Poetry at Ice Event Center – At Long Last, a Place Where Every Poet Belongs

Dope Poetry at Ice Event Center – At Long Last, a Place Where Every Poet Belongs

When it comes to spoken word artistry in Oklahoma City, there are levels to this. There are the local legends – The Candace Ligers, the Obbie Wests, The Kendal S Turners, the Telesa Hineses, the Grace Franklins and the James Coopers. These are poets who are known and respected for their craft by virtually everyone [...]

November 30, 2016 Brian C Scott Reviews 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

“Restaurant: Impossible” Episode Was Not a Reflection of the Urban Roots I Know

“Restaurant: Impossible” Episode Was Not a Reflection of the Urban Roots I Know

I get it. It’s reality TV. It’s designed to overdramatize, sensationalize, scandalize and tell other kinds of lies. It’s just saddening and maddening when it happens at the expense of someone you know and love. Such was the case for me while watching the Restaurant: Impossible episode last night featuring my beloved Urban Roots. Let’s start with the [...]

April 10, 2014 Brian C Scott Reviews 12

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

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