Showing that science is for everyone, “Yes! Science!” is an energetic talk show that profiles women and minority individuals in various STEM fields while also having fun experiments, panel discussions, and book recommendations. Hosted by Pallas the Librarian, she has a passion for sharing knowledge and fun with the world. Pallas is a full-time Librarian with the Metropolitan Library System in Oklahoma City and the Education Director of OKC Improv.
The June 15th, 2019 show will be held at Project 3810, which is located at 3810 North Tulsa Avenue in Oklahoma City. Doors will open at 10:30 am for coffee and networking, with the show starting at 11 am, lasting about 45-minutes.
Uncovering Oklahoma visits four different burger joints with guest host Justin Coleman. They visit the food truck, Burger Punk, then Patty Wagon in Oklahoma City, MOB Grill in Bethany, and The Fixx in Edmond.
After a year of undergoing a complete makeover, the Red Rooster has returned with full-strength beer, wine, and cocktails alongside a regional and international influenced food menu.
The ownership team of Holey Rollers, a coffee and donut shop located just a block from Red Rooster, agreed to assume control of the Red Rooster in 2018 for the stated purpose of restoring the brand to its former importance to the Paseo neighborhood and as an iconic Oklahoma City bar and grill.
The Red Rooster is located on the corner of Walker Avenue and 30th at 3100 North Walker Avenue. For more information, visit their website at okcredrooster.com
Watch happy hour turn to the golden hour while OkSessions fills the air with live music. For 5 consecutive Tuesday evenings, come out after work to enjoy a variety of food, views, drinks, and music in Chisholm Creek. The Rooftop Hop features jazz, hip-hop, R&B, pop, acoustic, and gospel musicians working together to put on a mini music festival right in one of OKC’s most exciting new entertainment district.
Located on the 20th Floor of Founders Tower, 3Sixty Restaurant & Bar provides beautiful views of Oklahoma City in a dinning environment where you can decide on the experience you want. In this Uncovering Oklahoma story, John Curtis and Johnny Yi talk about the latest restaurant to take over the top of the Founders Tower and what makes them different.
3Sixty Restaurant & Bar is located at 5900 Mosteller Drive in Oklahoma City. For more information, including hours and menu, visit their website at 3sixtyokc.com
Pallas the Librarian interviews intellectual property attorney, Alyssa Grooms. Pallas and Alyssa also make blobs in a bottle and discuss the book, “The Happiness Advantage” by Shawn Achor.
Alyssa Grooms is an intellectual property attorney at Dunlap Codding. She focuses her practice on patent drafting and prosecution, licensing, prior art searches, and patentability analysis; as well as licensing and other IP-related transactions.
Alyssa Grooms was born and raised in the southwest Chicago suburbs. Alyssa attended college at Northwestern University and the University of Illinois, where she studied Chemistry and Chemical Engineering. During undergrad, Alyssa gained valuable work experience through Chemical Engineering intern positions at Citgo Petroleum Corporation and Flint Hills Resources. Upon graduating and finding herself wanting to be closer to her parents (who had since moved out of Illinois) and farther from harsh winters, Alyssa made her way to Oklahoma City as a law student at Oklahoma City University School of Law. She graduated in the top 10% of her class and was involved in various school organizations, including serving as a Student Instructor and a member of Law Review.
Alyssa Grooms enjoys staying active in the Oklahoma City community through volunteering and participating in athletic leagues. Growing up in a family of college athletes, athletics have always been a huge part of Alyssa’s life. She also serves on the Board of Directors for IgniteOKC and is part of the United Way of Central Oklahoma Board Serve program, which connects business professionals with United Way partner agencies. Alyssa was also recently honored with a NextGen Under 30 award recognizing individuals who demonstrate talent, drive, and service to their communities.
In her spare time, you can find Alyssa working on her golf game with her husband, Keegan, or hiking with their two dogs, Claude and Carl.
Thank you to Dunlap Codding for hosting Yes! Science! Dunlap Codding will help you protect your ideas so your business can thrive in any environment. From mechanical arts and life sciences to nanotechnology and optics and virtually every technical and scientific area in between, Dunlap Codding has helped clients identify and protect their intellectual property.
Capitalizing on Oklahoma’s rich agriculture, Chef and Owner, Russ Johnson, opened Ludivine in Oklahoma City’s Midtown District after working in another state at a farm-to-table restaurant. In this Uncovering Oklahoma interview, Russ Johnson and Zack Carol talk about how Ludivine is for everyone and how their new location has helped them expand their offerings.
Ludivine is located at 320 NW 10th Street in Oklahoma City. For more information, including hours and menu, visit their website at https://www.ludivineokc.com
Located along the Bricktown canal, Michael Murphy’s Dueling Piano Bar brings in some of the most talented piano players from across the country for a request-driven music show. I interviewed owners, John Bartholomew and Bobby Spann, about their nightlife establishment at their new location.
Michael Murphy’s Dueling Piano Bar is located at 119 East California Avenue in Oklahoma City. For more information, including hours and reservations, visit them at murphyspianobar.com
Welcome to the Plaza Walls explores the history, the challenges faced, and the community benefits of the curated outdoor mural exhibition known as the Plaza Walls in Oklahoma City. The 30-minute documentary special includes interviews with artists, project managers, and supporters.
Enjoy the film for free via YouTube in 4K with English Closed Captions.
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Exporting New Orleans style cuisine to Oklahoma City, Bourbon Street Café (formally Jazmo’z) specializes in seafood, steaks, pasta, and cocktails. With an atmosphere great for both intimate dates and casual drinks along the Bricktown canal, Bourbon Street Café is a fun place to be for any occasion.
Bourbon Street Café is located at 100 East California Avenue in Oklahoma City. For more information, including menu and hours, visit their website at bourbonstreetcafe.com
Welcome to the Plaza Walls explores the history, the challenges faced, and the community benefits of the curated outdoor mural exhibition known as the Plaza Walls in Oklahoma City. The documentary includes interviews with artists, project managers, and supporters.
On Monday, April 15th, the ten year anniversary of Uncovering Oklahoma, the movie will make its premiere at the Tower Theatre! Doors open at 6 pm with the movie starting at 7 pm. In addition to the screening of the documentary, there will be a showing of short films from Quarter Minutes, Plaza Walls merchandise for sale, Q&A session, and a raffle to win prizes. Get your tickets now for $10. Proceeds from ticket sales will benefit the Plaza Walls/Oklahoma Mural Syndicate.
About the Oklahoma Mural Syndicate
The Oklahoma Mural Syndicate is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to advocating and creating public art in Oklahoma. OMS was founded by Brandi Guthery, Dylan Bradway and Kristopher Kanaly — born out of a necessity to fund the Plaza Walls, a rotating mural project launched in Sept. 2015 as an urban revitalization project in the Plaza District of Oklahoma City.
About Uncovering Oklahoma
Uncovering Oklahoma is a travel and interview series produced by Dennis Spielman that uncovers creative people and places throughout Oklahoma. The show started production on April 15, 2009, as a travel show for teens and young adults to show that Oklahoma wasn’t as boring as people thought. Today, Uncovering Oklahoma still keeps that youthful spirit to break the boredom bubble and introduce people to new things they may not be aware of.