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Mason Whitehorn Powell

Joy to the world

Tulsa’s Joy Harjo becomes the first Indigenous U.S. Poet Laureate

‘The spirit lives in the voice’

Words from a Bear celebrates the life and art of N. Scott Momaday

Life and death in ‘Tulsa’

Larry Clark’s photographs show a city at war with itself

Mapping Micheladas

Discovering ‘hangover-cure land’

‘High-touch,’ or out of touch?

A critical analysis of TU’s ‘reimagining’

Go electric

Lee Ranaldo of Sonic Youth talks Dylan, guitars, and Tulsa

Chaos in the Keys

‘The Beach Bum’ is a beautiful ride to the bottom

Noir’s not dead

Writer and punk pioneer Richard Hell talks film and music history

‘Timeless calamity’

Joe Andoe talks Tulsa in his Brooklyn studio

Blood on the bootleg

Musicians John Doe and Jeff Slate come to Tulsa for a Dylan celebration near the tracks

Monumental beauty

‘A Poem is a Naked Person’ reminds us why Tulsa needed a Leon Russell memorial

World music

‘Far Western’ documents the surviving classic country tradition in Japan

Breastraunt: Impossible

‘Support the Girls’ is more ‘tragi-’ than comedy

‘Bringing It All Back Home'

‘Tarantula: On Film’ series wraps up with a rare public screening

‘A Song and Dance Man’

The second showcase of the Bob Dylan Center’s ‘Tarantula: On Film’

Beatniks and bishops

Woody Guthrie Center will host ‘Tarantula on Film,’ a three-part summer series

From the classroom to the community

TCC student films to be shown at Circle Cinema

Highs and Lows

Flash Fiction Contest, second place

New direction home

How the Bob Dylan Archive, Center, and Institute will forever change the way we see The Bard

The rise of Cintheez Family Bread

From power breakfasts to dinner rolls, Cynthia Zachary is a Kitchen 66 whiz
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