On Mon. Oct. 26, Magic City Books welcomed Matthew McConaughey to talk about his new memoir, “Greenlights.” The bonus was that it wasn’t going to be him speaking through a screen answering questions; rather he was going to be talking to good friend Woody Harrelson. Like many of his projects, this one was personal — […]
Month: November 2020
Women in Music: Supporting multiple musicians at a time.
In recent years, we have seen a vast change in the entertainment industry, especially when it comes to more representation for women in the music industry as singers, instrumentalists and composers. Though there is awareness of these talented artists, it is still an uphill battle for several of them, if not all. Women in Music […]
PAL Project accepting donations to benefit The Little Light House
Over the last few months, a group of students enrolled in an Arts, Culture and Entertainment Management (ACE Management) course at the University of Tulsa decided to take one of their projects and apply the tools learned in class to make it a reality. Five students enrolled in the Social Entrepreneurship course were assigned with […]
Archaeologists find evidence of mass grave in Oaklawn Cemetery
After more than two years of searching for graves associated with the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre, archaeologists recently found outlines of 10 coffins that might help the city more wholly understand the events of the massacre. Archaeological inquiry in Oaklawn Cemetery that revealed these coffins followed the oral history accounts of the massacre. Oral history […]
2021 MLB Season Update
It was just a few weeks ago that the Los Angeles Dodgers won the World Series for the 2020 MLB season. Now, we are in the offseason and await the return of baseball this upcoming spring. Even though we are only a few weeks into the offseason, it is never too early to begin looking […]
2020-2021 NBA Season Update
In a normal year, the NBA season would already be underway. Several weeks of games would have finished and the teams would find themselves well on their way to the end of one month of play. However, this is not a normal season. As it stands now, The Finals just finished several weeks ago, and […]
Trump presented no real shift to Republican Party — it will not change after him.
The coming four years present an interesting situation for the Republican Party. Trump will no longer hold power as president, but the Republicans will likely still have control of the Senate and will certainly have implicit control of the Supreme Court. Many are wondering if the Republicans’ strategy will return to a pre-Trump form with […]
Democrats will never sweep an election without deep perspective change.
Not all votes have been counted as I write this, but it looks like Joe Biden will be elected the next president of the United States. This result came after days of tense ballot-counting in some of the same swing states that Hillary Clinton lost in 2016. Joe Biden’s victory is a good thing, but […]
iDKHOW releases debut full-length album “Razzmatazz”
iDKHOW, or I DON’T KNOW HOW BUT THEY FOUND ME, recently released their debut full-length album, “Razzmatazz.” iDKHOW is a music duo made up of Dallon Weekes and Ryan Seaman. Weekes plays the bass, keys, guitar and sings the vocals, while Seaman plays the drums and various percussion instruments. “Razzmatazz” has a tracklist of 12 […]
Stress-relieving study breaks
You would think that after months of endless, ever-present stress in quarantine, that we’d learn how to better handle stressful moments. Yet despite having survived 2020 so far, I still find myself thinking that an upcoming essay deadline is the grave, impending doom lurking in the distance. In those moments, these school stressors seem to […]