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The Oklahoma Today Podcast

Oklahoma Today magazine

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The Oklahoma Today Podcast

The Oklahoma Today Podcast

Oklahoma Today magazine

1
Followers
7
Plays
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The Oklahoma Today Podcast is your definitive audio guide to all the best of Oklahoma's travel destinations, food, culture, events, and history. Published weekly by the staff of Oklahoma Today magazine, the podcast is your best bet for planning your next road trip, dinner with friends, or unexpected adventure in the Sooner State. Learn more at oklahomatoday.com.

Latest Episodes

Episode 28: Mexican Food Destinations

The Food Issue is already on the stands, but Oklahoma Today editors Nate, Greg, Karlie, and Megan can't stop talking about their favorite Mexican restaurants across the state. If you've got suggestions, please send them to OKTPod@travelok.com. Many thanks to MIO, the Made in Oklahoma Coalition, for sponsoring the podcast!

42 minMAR 16
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Episode 28: Mexican Food Destinations

Episode 27: Science Museum Oklahoma

As Spring Break approaches, Oklahoma Today editors Nate, Karlie, and Greg sat down at The Vault 405 with Science Museum Oklahoma audience engagement specialist Chris Thatcher to learn what's up at SMO for Spring Break and why it's such an enduring destination for every age group. The Oklahoma Today Podcast is sponsored by MIO, the Made in Oklahoma Coalition.

29 minMAR 10
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Episode 27: Science Museum Oklahoma

Episode 26: Anadarko

This week Oklahoma Today editors Nate and Greg hit the road to spend a day in Anadarko and spoke with City Manager Kenneth Corn about how the city is finding success by embracing its Native American roots. Plus a week's worth of fun events all across the state. The Oklahoma Today Podcast is sponsored by MIO, the Made in Oklahoma Coalition. Local has a name and the name is MIO.

20 minMAR 2
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Episode 26: Anadarko

Episode 25: The Food Issue 2020

We hope you're hungry, because this week's episode of The Oklahoma Today Podcast is all about our upcoming Food Issue, which begins hitting newsstands on March 1. Editors Greg, Karlie, and Megan talk about what made their mouths water putting together the new issue and why this is one the entire staff looks forward to annually. Plus another great week of events for you to enjoy all over Oklahoma. The Oklahoma Today Podcast is brought to you by MIO, the Made In Oklahoma Coalition.

32 minFEB 24
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Episode 25: The Food Issue 2020

Episode 24: Black Wall Street Burning

This week Oklahoma Today editors Greg, Karlie, and Kashea welcome the makers of the new film Black Wall Street Burning—Dekoven Riggins and Marcus Brown—into the studio at Vault 405 to learn more about the challenges of making a small film and the intense reactions of audience members. Plus an entire week of awesome events from across the state. The Oklahoma Today Podcast is brought to you by MIO, the Made in Oklahoma Coalition!

33 minFEB 17
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Episode 24: Black Wall Street Burning

Episode 23: The Chef's Table, Rococo, and Bruce Rinehart

This week's Oklahoma Today podcast finds editors Nate and Greg talking to Rococo owner Bruce Rinehart about the struggles of keeping classic restaurants relevant in today's fast-changing food scene, how the chef's table experience is bringing diners closer to their food, and more! Thanks as always to MIO, the Made in Oklahoma Coalition, for sponsoring the podcast!

44 minFEB 11
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Episode 23: The Chef's Table, Rococo, and Bruce Rinehart

Episode 22: Rodeo Cinema with Kim Haywood

This week's podcast, featuring Oklahoma Today editors Greg and Nate, welcomes in Rodeo Cinema executive director Kim Haywood to talk about the joys and challenges of running an independent arthouse theatre in Oklahoma City's Stockyards City district. Plus a week's worth of fun events from across the state! Thanks as always to sponsor MIO, the Made in Oklahoma Coalition, for making this podcast possible.

33 minFEB 3
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Episode 22: Rodeo Cinema with Kim Haywood

Episode 21: The Oklahoma City Girls Art School with Kiona Millirons

Oklahoma Today editors Greg and Nate welcome executive director and founder Kiona Millirons into the studio to talk about the Oklahoma City Girls Art School, plus a week's worth of fun events for you to enjoy. The Oklahoma Today Podcast is brought to you by MIO, the Made in Oklahoma Coalition.

21 minJAN 28
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Episode 21: The Oklahoma City Girls Art School with Kiona Millirons

Episode 20: Jabee

Hip-hop hero Jabee stops by the studio for this week's episode of The Oklahoma Today Podcastto talk about how he got his start and how the new album—due out this spring—is coming along. Plus a few of the events you can enjoy across Oklahoma. Sponsored, as always, by the extremely kind folks at MIO - The Made in Oklahoma Coalition.

31 minJAN 22
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Episode 20: Jabee

Episode 19: Visit Enid

Oklahoma Today editors Nate and Greg visit Oklahoma's ninth largest city to discover what they've been missing in Enid. Visit Enid directorMarcy Jarrett and communications coordinator Rob Houston are joined by Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center executive director Jake Crumwiede to talk about this northern Oklahoma gem. As always, The Oklahoma Today Podcast is brought to you by MIO, the Made in Oklahoma Coalition.

37 minJAN 13
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Episode 19: Visit Enid

Latest Episodes

Episode 28: Mexican Food Destinations

The Food Issue is already on the stands, but Oklahoma Today editors Nate, Greg, Karlie, and Megan can't stop talking about their favorite Mexican restaurants across the state. If you've got suggestions, please send them to OKTPod@travelok.com. Many thanks to MIO, the Made in Oklahoma Coalition, for sponsoring the podcast!

42 minMAR 16
Comments
Episode 28: Mexican Food Destinations

Episode 27: Science Museum Oklahoma

As Spring Break approaches, Oklahoma Today editors Nate, Karlie, and Greg sat down at The Vault 405 with Science Museum Oklahoma audience engagement specialist Chris Thatcher to learn what's up at SMO for Spring Break and why it's such an enduring destination for every age group. The Oklahoma Today Podcast is sponsored by MIO, the Made in Oklahoma Coalition.

29 minMAR 10
Comments
Episode 27: Science Museum Oklahoma

Episode 26: Anadarko

This week Oklahoma Today editors Nate and Greg hit the road to spend a day in Anadarko and spoke with City Manager Kenneth Corn about how the city is finding success by embracing its Native American roots. Plus a week's worth of fun events all across the state. The Oklahoma Today Podcast is sponsored by MIO, the Made in Oklahoma Coalition. Local has a name and the name is MIO.

20 minMAR 2
Comments
Episode 26: Anadarko

Episode 25: The Food Issue 2020

We hope you're hungry, because this week's episode of The Oklahoma Today Podcast is all about our upcoming Food Issue, which begins hitting newsstands on March 1. Editors Greg, Karlie, and Megan talk about what made their mouths water putting together the new issue and why this is one the entire staff looks forward to annually. Plus another great week of events for you to enjoy all over Oklahoma. The Oklahoma Today Podcast is brought to you by MIO, the Made In Oklahoma Coalition.

32 minFEB 24
Comments
Episode 25: The Food Issue 2020

Episode 24: Black Wall Street Burning

This week Oklahoma Today editors Greg, Karlie, and Kashea welcome the makers of the new film Black Wall Street Burning—Dekoven Riggins and Marcus Brown—into the studio at Vault 405 to learn more about the challenges of making a small film and the intense reactions of audience members. Plus an entire week of awesome events from across the state. The Oklahoma Today Podcast is brought to you by MIO, the Made in Oklahoma Coalition!

33 minFEB 17
Comments
Episode 24: Black Wall Street Burning

Episode 23: The Chef's Table, Rococo, and Bruce Rinehart

This week's Oklahoma Today podcast finds editors Nate and Greg talking to Rococo owner Bruce Rinehart about the struggles of keeping classic restaurants relevant in today's fast-changing food scene, how the chef's table experience is bringing diners closer to their food, and more! Thanks as always to MIO, the Made in Oklahoma Coalition, for sponsoring the podcast!

44 minFEB 11
Comments
Episode 23: The Chef's Table, Rococo, and Bruce Rinehart

Episode 22: Rodeo Cinema with Kim Haywood

This week's podcast, featuring Oklahoma Today editors Greg and Nate, welcomes in Rodeo Cinema executive director Kim Haywood to talk about the joys and challenges of running an independent arthouse theatre in Oklahoma City's Stockyards City district. Plus a week's worth of fun events from across the state! Thanks as always to sponsor MIO, the Made in Oklahoma Coalition, for making this podcast possible.

33 minFEB 3
Comments
Episode 22: Rodeo Cinema with Kim Haywood

Episode 21: The Oklahoma City Girls Art School with Kiona Millirons

Oklahoma Today editors Greg and Nate welcome executive director and founder Kiona Millirons into the studio to talk about the Oklahoma City Girls Art School, plus a week's worth of fun events for you to enjoy. The Oklahoma Today Podcast is brought to you by MIO, the Made in Oklahoma Coalition.

21 minJAN 28
Comments
Episode 21: The Oklahoma City Girls Art School with Kiona Millirons

Episode 20: Jabee

Hip-hop hero Jabee stops by the studio for this week's episode of The Oklahoma Today Podcastto talk about how he got his start and how the new album—due out this spring—is coming along. Plus a few of the events you can enjoy across Oklahoma. Sponsored, as always, by the extremely kind folks at MIO - The Made in Oklahoma Coalition.

31 minJAN 22
Comments
Episode 20: Jabee

Episode 19: Visit Enid

Oklahoma Today editors Nate and Greg visit Oklahoma's ninth largest city to discover what they've been missing in Enid. Visit Enid directorMarcy Jarrett and communications coordinator Rob Houston are joined by Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center executive director Jake Crumwiede to talk about this northern Oklahoma gem. As always, The Oklahoma Today Podcast is brought to you by MIO, the Made in Oklahoma Coalition.

37 minJAN 13
Comments
Episode 19: Visit Enid
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