February 21, 2019
e-Newsletter
Contents:
  • More 'Curious'
  • Series on Anger
  • Upcoming Matinee specials
  • Giveaways galore
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Deep Deuce in the 1930s

How Curious Returns March 4
KGOU's podcast How Curious begins its third season next month as host Claire Donnelly searches for the home of a famous Western writer, digs into the history of Oklahoma City's Deep Deuce district, and more. If you've got questions about Oklahoma, send them to Claire at curious@kgou.org . Listen for new episodes every other Monday or subscribe in your favorite podcast app! 

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KGOU.org Becomes Secure
Today KGOU.org is gaining one little letter in its web address -- 'https' instead of just 'http'. That one letter means our news and other content online has an added layer of security to discourage hackers and make searching for news topics better. Rest assured that KGOU.org is safe to browse, and of course our donation forms -- and donors' personal information -- have been secure for years. If you notice any long-term problems with this upgrade, let us know at membership@kgou.org
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NPR Series: Other Side of Anger
Anger is often seen as a destructive force, something to be avoided. But the emotion generally identified as anger, and the response that follows, can be different from one person to the next, and one culture to another. This NPR News series has explored how anger can be a connecting, positive force for good. Next week's reports will show us how to reduce anger in our lives -- listen to Weekend Edition and Morning Edition to catch new stories.

Coming up on the KGOU Sunday Radio Matinee :
Gospel Roots of Rock and Soul
It's the final episode of this documentary series exploring the influence of African-American gospel music on the birth of rock and roll, and its continuing influence on popular music genres. On Sunday, Feb. 24 at 12 p.m. you'll hear more from the concerts produced along with this series, featuring The Dixie Hummingbirds, The Fairfield Four, and many more.

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IQ 2 Debate: Should We Bring Extinct Creatures Back To Life?
Once a sci-fi fantasy explored in films like Jurassic Park , recent biological and technological breakthroughs indicate that reviving extinct creatures could become a reality. Proponents argue that the benefits include correcting mistakes of the past by bringing back extinct ecosystems and organisms. Opponents argue it's not ethical, or even feasible. A vigorous Intelligence Squared debate ensues on Sunday, March 3 at 12 p.m.
Ticket Giveaways
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Paula Poundstone at OCCC
Paula Poundstone, comedian and panelist extraordinaire on Wait, Wait... Don't Tell Me! , brings her stand-up comedy to Oklahoma City Community College on Saturday, March 9. We've got tickets to give away in a random drawing; this is your chance to win a pair.

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Celtic Nights at Armstrong Auditorium
Celtic Nights performs Oceans of Hope , weaving together the stories of families moving across oceans to chase their dreams of freedom and peace. Through song, music and dance, Celtic Nights brings the epic journeys of our ancestors to the Armstrong Auditorium stage on Monday, March 11. Enter our drawing for a chance to win a pair of tickets.

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OKC Broadway: A Bronx Tale
This streetwise musical takes you to the stoops of the Bronx in the 1960s where a young man is caught between the father he loves and the mob boss he’d love to be. OKC Broadway brings A Bronx Tale to the Civic Center Music Hall. Enter here for a chance to win a pair of tickets for either the March 5 or March 6 performance.

Congratulations to Our Winners
In our last issue we gave away tickets to the Shanghai Opera Symphony Orchestra's performance this coming Sunday at Armstrong Auditorium to two lucky winners: Amanda and Georgina each won a pair of tickets. Enjoy the symphony!
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