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Month: September 2012

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Getting DOWN in Tulsa

Sludge metal titans Down made a stop at Tulsa’s historic Cain’s Ballroom recently. This was big news for metal fans since Down is a “super group” made up of members from notable metal bands both past and present. The most recognizable of which is lead singer Phil Anselmo. Anselmo gained notoriety as the front man for legendary metal band Pantera. This show was particularly special for me as I had […]

todaySeptember 27, 2012

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Art on the Hill Returns to RSU

The third annual Art on the Hill is returning to Rogers State University this Friday and Saturday (Sept. 28-29). From art demonstrations to concerts and plays, there are a variety of activities at this year’s event. Art on the Hill will feature exhibits of original artwork by area artists, as well as high school and college students. Professors from RSU’s Fine Arts Department will be presenting art demonstrations, including screen […]

todaySeptember 25, 2012


2012 CMJ College Radio Awards Nominees Announced!

Rogers State University’s radio station, RSU Radio 91.3 FM receives word that the station and it announcers have been nominated in the 2012 CMJ College Radio Awards. CMJ, which stands for College Music Journal, is an integrated marketing agency specializing in providing its clients access to the college and young adult demographic in the music world. CMJ also connects music fans with the industry with the best in new music […]

todaySeptember 24, 2012

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RSU Theatre Returns with ‘Original Recipe’

You can see what the RSU Theatre Program has been up to as Original Recipe opens Thursday and runs through Saturday. Original Recipe is a series of five ten-minute plays that are written, directed, or performed by RSU students and faculty. “Dave and Marsha,” a play written by Will Hedgecock of Edison Preparatory School in Tulsa, stars Andrew Grimes and Katie Hoffman as a man and a woman who are […]

todaySeptember 19, 2012

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RSU Alumni Association to present “Back to the Future” under the stars

Come enjoy a night under the stars and watch a good movie too! The Rogers State University Alumni Association is presenting “Back to the Future” outdoors on Saturday, September 22nd beginning at 8pm. Bring your kids, friends, lawn chairs and blankets and enjoy the antics of Michael J. Foxx. Popcorn, beverages and glowsticks will be available for purchase. The event is free and open to the public. For more information, […]

todaySeptember 11, 2012


The Fair is Coming to Claremore!

Fair season is in full swing, and that includes the 98th Annual Rogers County Fair. Starting Thursday, September 13th, fair goers can enjoy carnival rides, live music, and fair food at the Claremore Expo Center. The fair features a variety of activities that the whole family can enjoy. The Expo Hall Market is the place to shop Friday and Saturday for homemade products and a variety of accessories. Many competitive […]

todaySeptember 11, 2012


Garrett Chats With Matisyahu

{mp4}090712Matisyahu{/mp4} Matisyahu was in town and Music Director, Garrett, got a chance to talk about the tour, his acting debut and more. Check it out!.

todaySeptember 7, 2012

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Fine Arts Film: Katy Perry

The RSU Fine Arts Film series is back this Wednesday with a showing of “Katy Perry: Part of Me” at 7pm in the Will Rogers Auditorium. The movie is free and open to the public. The 2012 documentary showcases the career of pop star, Katy Perry as she travels on her world tour. Critically acclaimed for its cinematography, “Katy Perry: Part of Me”, was only given a limited release worldwide […]

todaySeptember 7, 2012

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Sunday Concerts on Guthrie Green

Guthrie Green is Tulsa’s newest attraction…with a park, outdoor theatre, fountains and a café. Located in the heart of Brady Arts District, the park was funded by the George Kaiser Family Foundation. Located across from Mathews Warehouse, home of the “Zarrow Center for Arts and Education” and soon to house the Wood Guthrie archives, the park has been dedicated to Oklahoma’s son Woody Guthrie on his 100th birthday. Stay tuned […]

todaySeptember 7, 2012