Clark Gable was born today in 1901 he was known as the “King of Hollywood.” He was in many movies from 1924 to 1960 and best known for the film Gone with the Wind. So what does Clark Gable have to do with Oklahoma? Well he … Continue reading Clark Gable an Oklahoma Tale
If you have been following along you know that I have had a survey out there for a little over a month to get a feel for what you all think about where Oklahoma fits in regionally. I used to have arguments with people from … Continue reading Oklahoma Region Survey Results
As many of you probably have heard a historic building collapsed in Collinsville, Ok on Monday January 23rd. The business there was a cafe that had been in Collinsville for some time. According to Channel 2 it was 53-year old Scott Andrew Wright that crashed into the … Continue reading Historic Building Collapses Collinsville, OK
Ask any Oklahoman what year the land run occurred and they will more than likely tell you that it was in 1889. Although this was the first land run it wasn’t the only land run that took place in Oklahoma. In fact there were five … Continue reading Oklahoma Land Run: 1893
(Take the survey here) I recently put out a poll on twitter asking what region you thought Oklahoma was in. I got about 90 responses and a few replies saying that Oklahoma is not in the south, midwest, or west that it was in fact … Continue reading Oklahoma Region Survey
The first and only Will Rogers Bowl.
The recent trend of rainy weather in Oklahoma got me thinking. Why the heck, do we have so many lakes in Oklahoma and why are they all man made? If you didn’t already know Oklahoma has a lot of shoreline, we’re talking 55,646 miles of … Continue reading Why so many Oklahoma lakes?