Snark Attack talks to Sarah Reid

Here are some of the highlights from the March 4, 2014 episode of Snark Attack in which Molly Oberstein-Allen and I interviewed Norman musician, Sarah Reid! https://soundcloud.com/sarah-hurd-1/sarah-reids-2014-guest-appearance-on-snark-attack

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ASKANSE: INSIDE THE WORLD OF ELECTRONIC MUSICIAN BEN HILL

Most of the electronic music of Askanse is produced in a guest house hidden in the backyard of a much larger residence near the Paseo district of Oklahoma City. Ben Hill, the mastermind behind Askanse, as well as other electronic projects like Thoma and Harpa, prefers the setting. It’s how he’s always done it. In … Continue reading ASKANSE: INSIDE THE WORLD OF ELECTRONIC MUSICIAN BEN HILL

How to make the most of your food service job:

1.) Use your employee meal to the fullest extent. Come in 10 minutes before your shift and get a scramble wrap with double eggs and broccoli and cheese and turkey bacon. Shove it into your face in a very unattractive way. 2.) Offer to take the leftover egg whites from breakfast. Eat them for lunch … Continue reading How to make the most of your food service job:

Oklahoma City Non-Profit Works To Connect Undocumented Students To Education

By SARAH HURD & SUZETTE GRILLOT • SEP 26, 2014 While Akash Patel was still a senior at the University of Oklahoma he embarked on a research project for class credit that turned into a career. “We found that there were a lot of immigrant students who were going through the public education system who … Continue reading Oklahoma City Non-Profit Works To Connect Undocumented Students To Education

Young Oklahomans Return To Their Farming Roots

The idea of local, sustainable food isn't new. It's pretty much the only way early settlers on the Oklahoma prairie didn't starve to death. But in the 21st century, everything from home gardens, to restaurants, to huge organic agribusinesses help pass the practices, and the connection between the land and the food that comes from it, … Continue reading Young Oklahomans Return To Their Farming Roots