John Cooper is known primarily as a member of the Red Dirt Rangers, a band inducted last year into the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame.But he’s got this “other” life as a downtown worker: He said he’s the only full-time employee at the KOSU radio studio in … [Read more...] about Red Dirt Rangers’ John Cooper embraces Tulsa’s rich music history, love of radio at KOSU
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Simon Rex” means vastly different things to different people. To some, he’s the mainstream former MTV VJ and star of movies like Scary Movie 3 and sitcom What I Like About You. To others, he’s “Dirt Nasty,” the hip-hop parody act, who now performs in … [Read more...] about From “Dirt Nasty” To
The Mary Sue is pleased to present strange, beautiful new fiction from Apex Magazine each month. This month’s story, from Apex Magazine’s current issue, is “Soul of Soup Bones” by Crystal Lynn Hilbert. Take a look… Finding Drevený … [Read more...] about The Mary Sue Presents: “Soul of Soup Bones”
House of Cards, Netflix's glossy look at the bloodsport of national politics, has become a minor sensation in the nation’s capital -- a pulpy blend of sex, lies and bureaucracy. It's a treatise on power and its perversion, so who, exactly, is running the show?Meet Beau … [Read more...] about How ‘House of Cards’ Writer Beau Willimon Got the Inside Dirt on D.C.
"Nim's" novel: Adapting novels to the screen can drive writers crazy because they've got to slash lengthy plots and subplots to make them fit into a two hour movie, but that wasn't the case with "Nim's Island."In fact, producer-writer Paula Mazur had quite the opposite problem in … [Read more...] about ‘Nim’s’ novel had bones, but story needed fleshing out