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OneSix8
11:09 am
Thu February 20, 2014

Entertaining The Hours Of Your Week With Blood Drives, Senior Day, And Performing Arts

OU sophomore nursing students Narmin Kandalaft (left) and Bridget Graham (right) after giving blood at OBI's Fall 2014 Bedlam Blood Drive.
Credit Bridget Graham and Narmin Kandalaft

The Oklahoma Blood Institute (OBI) gives Oklahomans the opportunity to save lives with blood donations at the Spring 2014 Bedlam Blood Drive. The campaign began Monday but runs Thursday and Friday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the Army ROTC building at the University of Oklahoma. 

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Governor's Arts Awards
10:58 am
Wed July 31, 2013

Nominations Open For Governor's Arts Awards

The view from above the 2010 state Capitol ceremony for the Governor's Arts Awards.
Credit Oklahoma Arts Council

The Oklahoma Arts Council is taking nominations for the Governor’s Arts Awards. Celebrating its 38th year, nominations for the awards will be taken through August 9.

“They are allowed to submit support material, whether a letter of support or a recommendation, to say why this person is deserving of the award,” said Director of Marketing and Communications Joel Garvin, who also encourages the submission of newspaper clippings and other promotional materials.

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Theatre
11:56 am
Fri April 5, 2013

Trio of OKC Theater Companies Takes Cooperation Earnestly

Emmy award winner Michael Jones as Lady Bracknell in "The Importance of Being Earnest." The show, a co-production of CITY REP, OCU's school of Theatre and Oklahoma Shakespeare in the Park, runs April 5–14 in the Burg theater of the OCU Fine Arts building.
Credit Wendy Mutz

Three Oklahoma City theater groups are joining together for a production of The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde.

The leaders of City Rep, Oklahoma City University’s School of Theater and Oklahoma Shakespeare in the Park have combined their resources to bring the classic play to OCU’s Burg Theater April 5-14.

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