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  • Masa Ramen & Sushi and Rococo

    Phi proves the landlocked state of Oklahoma has excellent seafood options as she visits Masa Ramen & Sushi and Rococo in Oklahoma City.

  • The Wings Episode with OKC Black Eats

    Apollo visits three black-owned restaurants in Oklahoma City for their wings.

  • Yes! Science!

    1 season

    Showing that science is for everyone, Pallas the Librarian interviews people in various STEM-related careers about their work, performs fun science experiments, and discusses books that have inspired our guests.

  • Arianne Hunter

    Pallas the Librarian interviews Arianne Hunter about her career path as a scientist. Pallas and Arianne also make fluffy foam slime and discuss the books that inspired Arianne, “Don’t Be Such a Scientist: Talking Substance in an Age of Style” by Randy Olson and “Year of Yes” by Shonda Rhimes.

  • Be Sell Ready

    Hank Bockus explains the importance of planning for your business exit strategy. Whether you are growing your startup to leave a legacy or for a big buyout, it's important to view your business through a potential buyer's eyes. Set up accounting, budgeting, and strategy around these principles no...

  • One Thousand Tears, Neighbors Project, and Mildred Howard retrospective

    Hear from Janet O’Neal about One Thousand Tears; John Raymond Mireles on the Neighbors Project; and Mildred Howard for her retrospective.

  • Butcher BBQ and GangNam Korean BBQ

    Phi travels to Wellston, Oklahoma, to stop at the World-Winning BBQ joint Butcher BBQ Stand along Route 66. Then Phi learns all the tricks about Koren Style BBQ at GangNam Korean BBQ in Moore.

  • Alexander Calder inspired Pop Up Sculpture with Katelynn Knick

    In this art lesson, teaching artist, Katelynn Knick, talks about the sculptor, Alexander Calder, and then shares how to make a paper sculpture inspired by his works.