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Couple Ties The Knot With Their Own Afro-Asian Rice Treat

Bryant Terry and Jidan Koon’s relationship evolved over cooking. So much so that when they got engaged, they created a […]

You Had Me At The First Page: Writers Who Fell For Each Other

Lidia Jean Kott is an intern at NPR Books. Last month on the HBO show Girls, Hannah (Lena Dunham’s character), […]

With Brawls And Calls, Love Is In The Air For Elephant Seals

On this Valentine’s Day, we bring you a story from the California coast, where love is in the air. It […]

Traces Of Anxiety Drugs May Cause Fish To Act Funny

Many of the drugs we take aren’t actually digested — they pass through our bodies, and down through the sewer […]

Darkness Provides A Fix For Kittens With Bad Vision

When it comes to treating a lazy eye, there’s evidence that turning the lights off may help — if you’re […]

Hooray For Nollywood: Nigerian Distributor Casts Wide Net Online

The massively popular Nigerian film industry known as Nollywood started humbly about 20 years ago. Nollywood movies were shot as […]

Decades On, Stiff Drug Sentence Leaves A Life ‘Dismantled’

There are roughly half a million people behind bars for nonviolent drug crimes in America. But no one really knows […]

Group Hopes to Educate on Terrorism

A group of lawmakers are coming together to create a Counter-terrorism Caucus focusing on stopping what they see as threats to Oklahomans.

Chart Check: Did Obama’s Graphics ‘Enhance’ His Big Speech?

These days, Washington is crawling with fact-checkers who scour political speeches looking for errors and lies. But sometimes, even accuracy […]

‘Beautiful Creatures’: Young Love, Supernatural And Southern-Fried

Calling Beautiful Creatures a Southern-fried Twilight wouldn’t be an unfair claim, at least based on its marketing campaign — which […]

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Folk Salad Hosts Richard Higgs and Scott Aycock play an eclectic mix of Folk, Singer/songwriter, Americana, Bluegrass, Blues, Red Dirt, and anything else we happen to like that week.

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For the Sake of the Song

Greg Johnson, owner of The Blue Door in Oklahoma City gathers the best Red Dirt musicians in the region for his show.

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