Ramen should be understood as cult food, in the best sense of that word. Orthodox in its ingredients. Driven by devotees. If not evangelistic, certainly charismatic in its passions.
The conversion of three Oklahomans began in a dark corridor in a train station in Kyoto. It sounds a little more pulp fiction than it was. The Kyoto Station’s soaring glass ceiling leads to the so-called Ramen Alley, a dark and mazelike food court reputed to serve up some of the most delicious noodle bowls on the planet.
Deep Deuce once was a bustling hub of jazz, producing musicians like Benny Goodman guitarist Charlie Christian. Slaughter’s Hall and WSKY Lounge carve out space for bop again on Tue. nights. (And the Slaughter’s Hall charcuterie is boss, y’all.) 7-10 pm. 323 NE 2nd St.
Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma’s new production of this classic about tradition and family, fully accommodating of deaf and hearing impaired viewers, thru Saturday 7/30 at Civic Center Music Hall. $30-$94. 201 N. Walker Ave.
Launch of this new monthly event + a fund-raiser for nearby schools on the last Weds. every month. Lagunitas gets us started with different brews at Empire, Saints, The Mule, and Oak & Ore. 5-9 pm. 16th St. between Blackwelder & N. Indiana.
Straight off the boat from Santa Monica, this newly assembled attraction is our way of ending the week. Ride the Wheel, eat good grub and gaze at the gorgeous skyline. M-Th 11 am-9 pm. Fri. and Sat. 11 am-10 pm. 1701 S. Western Ave.
“There was a disconnect,” remembered Walter F. “Doctor” Taylor, III. The musician behind the most recent revival of jazz in Deep Deuce had a precious legacy to protect: the history and culture of a community and its music.
“Make it new,” declared Modernist writer Ezra Pound in 1934. The sumptuous Matisse in His Time exhibit gathers masters and masterpieces to illustrate potent 20th-century art movements--and OKC Museum of Art is one of only a handful of stops internationally.
The story of a University of Oklahoma grad, a duffel bag, a passport, and the rise to become one of the most engaged and noted architects in Britain. Wade Scaramucci's portfolio in Oklahoma City and across the pond are celebrated.
A wholly original idea bubbled up in the art world a decade ago, and has spread with surety and savvy into rising cities across the South. What happens when an edgy contemporary collection meets a hotel public?
Desjarlais, graduate of the Coach House Apprenticeship Program, and his wife and craft cocktailing wiz Hunter, took on the challenge of reinterpreting Mexican paletas their way.