Galen Culver, KFOR

Galen Culver


Oklahoma City, OK, United States

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Past articles by Galen:

Bare bones to beautiful jewelry, Oklahoma artist wastes nothing

Mountain Bird sells her buffalo bone jewelry at Pow Wows all over Oklahoma. → Read More

Nash Engineered Fashion on expanding to their own retail space, small factory

A sign on the outside of their door reads “If the Lights are on, We’re Open”. → Read More

Paper Pages is a small, independent bookstore that reflects a growing trend

“Book readers are the best people,” she insists. → Read More

Jazz and history meet at Oklahoma museum hidden in plain sight

“I asked God to give me music and culture in my last days,” she relates. → Read More

Oklahoma cowboys continue the decades-old family business

Horns, cantle backs, and seats. The saddle family tree starts with a base. Add skirting, latigo, and harness. Bret Mock and his brother Greg learned to toll leather from their dad ‘Buzz’ Mock, who learned from his dad ‘Ab’, who learned from his Uncle Claude, who was always very careful to whom he showed his tricks. → Read More

A brand new ’32. Putting a Ford Roadster together is a resolution for an Arcadia man

Of all the stuff inside John Hargrove’s crowded shop on Route 66, in this new year, there is only one project that matters. → Read More

What it’s like to walk into a masterpiece, the Immersive Van Gogh comes to OKC

“You’ll feel the brush strokes,” insists developer Dina Meyers. “You’ll see the intensity of the blues and yellows.” → Read More

An early Christmas that keeps giving with every step thanks to Limbs for Life

Jeff never walked around inside this facility but his foot came from here. → Read More

Dale’s Etc. in Purcell is a very small shop that includes a lot of extra

Dale Starchman has always been one of those people who liked to take things apart. → Read More

A Christmas sale like no other at Skulls Unlimited

Trees and ornaments, Santa hats and articulated reindeer skeletons, Ashley Meerscheart has a lot of fun at Skulls Unlimited helping set up for the Christmas season. → Read More

An Oklahoma teenager and friends are pushing their pedal creations to new heights

They have a lot of bikes from which to choose: a couple of dozen frames, rims, and tires stored on the side of the house. → Read More

A tour of Victorian Christmas in Guthrie

Guthrie’s Victorian history isn’t so much frozen now as warm and fuzzy in our holiday memories. → Read More

Legends Bar in Chickasha is stuffed with legends including the owner himself.

McNatt’s roadhouse has proof of the many roads he’s been down during his own life, starting with an Elvis Presley concert we saw at age 9. → Read More

The WKY Kilgen Organ plays Christmas music at the Oklahoma History Center

His fingers have been twitching for a chance to play one of four surviving instruments like the 1935 Kilgens that's played Christmas songs on radio and television for generations of Oklahomans. → Read More

Oklahoma's Bollywood Karaoke

A cold Saturday night and the Oklahoma City Community College auditorium has packed in a couple of hundred fans and participants for a unique competition organized by a local heart specialist named Dr. Riaz Sirajuddin. → Read More

A mechanic-turned-turkey farmer likes caring for his newest models in McLoud

A mechanic turned turkey farmer likes caring for his newest models in McLoud, OK → Read More

Oklahoma’s backwards river is the only one in the state that flows south to north

The muddy waters of the Poteau River run right by the back yard of Dr. Steven Patterson. → Read More

This Oklahoma City artist put his picker skills to good use by sculpting a ‘Trash Monster’

His sculpture does have a huge face on one side, but it’s easy to get lost in the details. → Read More

Too hot, Too cold, and just right: These Lookeba businesses found the sweet spot after a year-long struggle

“Perfect soup weather,” remarks a visitor to Holly J’s Place and CD’s Soups and Sandwiches. → Read More

This OMRF scientist took a unique path to leading her own Alzheimer’s research team

For the past few years now, Dr. Sarah Ocanas has been working with DNA and RNA samples – trying to figure out why Alzheimer’s disease progresses differently in men and women. → Read More