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  • The 31st Annual festival will be held in Oklahoma City, June 2-5. 2016 near the Deep Deuce area. Mark Temple, Chairman of the 2016 Charlie Christian International Music Festival, said this festival marks the 100th anniversary of the birth of Charlie Christian.
  • Half a century ago, Capt. James T. Kirk and his brave crew embarked on a 5-year mission into the final frontier, exploring strange new worlds, seeking out new life and new civilizations, and sparking a popular culture phenomenon that touched the lives of millions the world over. In celebration of this momentous anniversary, FAN EXPO DALLAS™ — formerly Dallas Comic Con, Texas’ largest convention for lovers of comics, sci-fi, horror, anime, gaming and more — will be hosting a free presentation by William Shatner, the actor who made the role of Star Trek’s Capt. Kirk famous, at noon, Friday, June 3, 2016, at the Dallas Convention Center.
  • Lest you confuse me with some amateur collector, I must tell you there are levels of savers. There’s the common garden variety who hoard rubber bands like they’re never going to see another one. And the bread tie disciples who don’t have a clue what they can use them for, and of course the proverbial plastic margarine container freaks who use them to store leftovers they are going to throw away in three days. They’re novices.
  • Were you used to cooking for a big family or making meals for two? Then suddenly you’re only cooking for one. You might wonder, "What's the point?" This workshop is designed to give you a fresh outlook on how you can enjoy cooking for yourself. You'll enjoy the company of others facing similar situations while learning new recipes and cooking tips.
  • Featuring over 100 Summer Activities throughout Texoma Region.
  • 2012 – death of Doc Watson, American singer-songwriter and guitarist. Arthel Lane "Doc" Watson (March 3, 1923 – May 29, 2012) was an American guitarist, songwriter, and singer of bluegrass, folk, country, blues, and gospel music. Watson won seven Grammy awards as well as a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award. Watson's flatpicking skills and knowledge of traditional American music were highly regarded. He performed with his son, guitarist Merle Watson, for over 15 years until Merle's death in 1985 in an accident on the family farm.