Yousef Khanfar

OneSix8
10:09 am
Wed June 19, 2013

Entertaining the Hours of Your Week With Songs, Shakespeare And A (Book) Signing

Grammy-nominated guitarist Duke Robillard performs with his band Thursday night in Norman for the 30th annual Jazz in June festival.
Credit Duke Robillard

On this week’s OneSix8, I bring you a summer jazz festival, a Shakespearian play set in Vienna, Virginia in 1969, and a panel discussion with an award-winning author and photographer. Let’s get started.

When Jazz in June first started in 1984, it drew 300 people. Thirty years later, the annual festival plans to attract over 50,000 people. Jazz enthusiasts can hear musicians like Oklahoma native Parker Millsap as well as renowned guitarist Duke Robillard June 20 – 22 at Andrews Park, Brookhaven Village, and the Performing Arts Studio in Norman.

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OneSix8
8:39 am
Thu May 30, 2013

Entertaining the Hours of Your Week: Giving Voice to Subjects & Artists

Invisible Eve

A picture may be worth a thousand words, but as Ansel Adams once stated, “When images become inadequate, I shall be content with silence.” Fortunately, this week’s OneSix8 highlights two art events worth talking (and of course, writing) about. 

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