Kate Carlton Greer

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Kate Carlton Greer reports for "Ahead of the Storm: The Oklahoma Tornado Project." She covers Oklahoma's efforts in tornado response and preparation for future storms. Kate served as the Community Calendar Producer from January to August in 2013 and worked as a reporter for Assignment: Radio. 

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OneSix8
8:00 am
Thu September 5, 2013

Entertaining The Hours Of Your Week With Red Carpet-Worthy Names

"Wicked" comes to the Civic Center Music Hall Sept. 4 - 22.
Credit Joan Marcus / Celebrity Attractions

Big names fill this week’s OneSix8. From a renowned Broadway show to some of Oklahoma’s own, entertainment this week is sure to have something for everyone. 

Characters from The Land of Oz have arrived at The Civic Center Music Hall. The popular Broadway musical “Wicked” returns to Oklahoma City this month for the 2013-2014 Celebrity Attraction season.

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OneSix8
7:30 am
Thu August 29, 2013

Entertaining the Hours of Your Week With Holiday Happenings

Jennifer Lashbrook's "DIY Mona Lisa" paint swatch piece. Lashbrook is this year's Arts Festival Oklahoma featured artist.
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Well, we’ve made it to Labor Day Weekend 2013. Take a load off. This week’s OneSix8 features several festival opportunities where you can reward yourself for another year of hard work. 

The Dusk ‘Til Dawn Blues Festival returns to Rentiesville for the 23rd time this weekend. The annual event boasts 33 bands performing from August 30 through September 1. Legends like Tee Dee Young and Roger Hurrican Wilson join local celebrities such as Watermelon Slim and Miss Blues.

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OneSix8
7:30 am
Thu August 22, 2013

Entertaining The Hours Of Your Week: A Week For Words

This cell used to contain condemned slaves is one of many photographs on display as part of Douglas Henderson's Doors of No Return exhibit.
Credit Douglas Henderson

Words are powerful things. They shape our views on issues; they allow us to express ourselves; and they have the power to hurt and heal. This week’s OneSix8 brings three word-worthy events to fill the hours in your week. 

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OneSix8
3:21 pm
Wed August 14, 2013

Entertaining The Hours Of Your Week: Making The Most Of The Summer

Matt Stansberry and the Romance
Credit Matt Stansberry

It’s the time of the year when kids begin returning to school, and various activities inevitably fill their afternoons. This week’s OneSix8 provides you with a few things to do before school is in full swing. 

Lower Bricktown Live presents its last concert of the season this Friday evening. Matt Stansberry and the Romance take the stage at 8:00 p.m. This 10-piece band is Stansberry's newest music project. 

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OneSix8
10:57 am
Wed July 31, 2013

Entertaining The Hours Of Your Week: Events To Beat Summer Heat

Wayne White's drawing of his Bull Rider puppet, on display at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art.
Credit okcmoa.com

The seasonably hot weather has arrived here in Norman. The cool fronts that appeared earlier this summer have vanished, and it seems like the heat may have slowed the number of events occurring throughout the state this weekend. No worries though: OneSix8 still has you covered with a few ways to spend your summer hours. 

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OneSix8
10:57 am
Wed July 17, 2013

Entertaining The Hours Of Your Week: Homegrown Heroes

A'Mari Jo Rocheleau stars as Dotty in Carpenter Square Theatre's production of "Out of Sterno."
Credit Carpenter Square Theatre

There’s no place like home for the events featured on this week’s OneSix8. 

Carpenter Square Theatre’s rendition of “Out of Sterno” closes this weekend. Deborah Zoe Laufer’s wacky comedy follows the extremely likable Dotty who lives in the town of Sterno. And when I say she lives there, I mean she never leaves.

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May 2013 Tornadoes
12:56 pm
Tue July 16, 2013

Oklahoma City Adds Debris Cleanup Crews

Debris still litters parts of Oklahoma, almost two months after tornadoes hit the state.
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The City of Oklahoma City is releasing more contracted crews to help clean up debris left behind from the tornadoes that tore through the state in May. 

Residents are asked to divide debris into three piles, all of which will be collected by separate crews. Those piles include storm debris, normal bulky waste, and hazardous materials. Collection begins July 22.  

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1:20 pm
Thu July 11, 2013

Permits for Handgun Licenses in Oklahoma Keep Rising

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The number of Oklahomans applying for handgun licenses in 2013 is on pace to significantly best last year’s record numbers, according to data from the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation.
Through the first six months of 2013, nearly 37,000 license applications have been received by the OSBI, compared to about 46,000 for all of last year.
OneSix8
10:42 am
Wed July 10, 2013

Entertaining The Hours Of Your Week With Americana Music

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The music of Rodgers and Hammerstein, those inspired by Woody Guthrie, and Cole Porter fill the state this weekend and next. This week's OneSix8 gives you the 411 on each event.

Lyric Theatre continues its 2013 season with another classic musical. This time, a British schoolteacher named Anna moves to Siam in the 1860s as the governess for the King Mongkut’s children in “The King and I.” 

She falls in love with the kids but struggles with the differences between British and Siamese lifestyles. 

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OneSix8
10:08 am
Wed July 3, 2013

Entertaining The Hours Of Your Week: Endless Independence Day Options

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Fourth of July celebratory options can be overwhelming. With barbecues, fireworks, and The Star Spangled Banner on repeat, it’s hard to know where to start. This week’s OneSix8 highlights a few events to help narrow down options for your Independence Day holiday. 

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