During the five or six years I’ve had satellite radio, my progress through 5,000 channels has been, well, slow. I’ve yet to experience the country bar songs of the “Red, White and Booze” channel or the ’80s hair band sounds of “Hair Nation.” Riding on just two axles, I’ve positioned myself outside the target demo for the “Road Dog Trucking”…
Archives: May 2012
Butterflies live for an average of 3-6 weeks, summer lasts for three months (perhaps a little longer in Oklahoma), Luca is only five years old once… but memories of time well spent last a lifetime. Categories: 405 Life, Last Look
The Maine coast has a great host of amenities to enjoy, whether your appetites run toward sailing, shopping or anything in between… just save plenty of room for lobster.
Their professions are aspirational – doctor, lawyer, fireman, minister and musician – but what unites them is their common desire to be there for their children and for others. Presenting Slice’s 2012 Cool Dads.
Hollywood, Oklahoma? Oscar-winning producer Gray Frederickson is among those nurturing growth in the local film industry, and his fully equipped classes at OCCC are fertile ground for success.
Becky Willis, Dr. Alyson Willis and Dr. Linzi Steward St. Anthony specializes in joyful beginnings – the birth center of that name benefits from a cheerful luncheon featuring design star Kellie Clements. To see more photos click here. Categories: On The Scene
Suzanne Chew, Leslie and Steve Schlegel Still running strong after three decades – staff, volunteers and supporters of the Redbud Classic meet to share music, margaritas and memories of success. To see more photos click here. Categories: On The Scene
Caroline Mathis, Heather Messer and Amanda Cox Patriots star and Heritage Hall alumnus Wes Welker welcomes special guests and caring contributors to a powerhouse fundraiser in Classen Curve. To see more photos click here. Categories: On The Scene
David Henson, Sally Davenport and Matthew Stratton The Norman Arts Council’s lone fundraiser is a one-of-a-kind event in several ways, filling MAINSITE Contemporary Art with beauty, food, music and lots of fun. To see more photos click here. Categories: On The Scene
Kaydee Gibson, Adele Shadid, Katherine Smith and Kellie Hefner The OKC Farmers Public Market reverberates to the sounds of the street as Allied Arts’ young professionals group Catalyst presents food, drinks, prizes and a vehicle for supporting the arts in central Oklahoma. To see more photos click here. Categories: On The Scene
Sitting in a doctor’s examining room, with a paper gown strategically draped and a cold draft up your backside, is not one of life’s most pleasant experiences. But it’s a piece of cake compared to sitting in that same examining room and hearing a doctor nonchalantly say he needs to test you for cancer – ASAP.
The recent opening of Hollie’s Flatiron Steakhouse in Moore, the latest concept of the Hal Smith Restaurant Group, is refreshing, delicious and a welcome addition.
Bread is life. For several millennia, bread has formed much of the basis of the human diet. Bread is an ancient art form and a nutritional staple, but it is more – it is a cornerstone of culture, of society.
Ernest Borgnine, Dean Smith and Finis Smith The National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum honors the brightest stars of the Western stage and those who have helped preserve its cultural legacy in a black-tie celebration. To see more photos click here. Categories: On The Scene
Gathering seeds for your own future ideas is the work of but a single day’s journey: simply take the 29th annual Nichols Hills Garden Tour.
A dash of this, a jigger of that – a brief collection of trivia, miscellany, current events, tidbits of popular culture and other ephemera that we think are cool.
Don’t blink. It only takes a fraction of a second, but even an instant’s distraction can be critical when the objects of scrutiny are moving over 260 miles per hour.
The Sooner State’s own cinematic legacy is the focus of the Oklahoma History Center’s new “Oklahoma @ the Movies” exhibit.
Handsome young rock and roll star Conrad Birdie has been called up, and he’s shipping off to join the Army – but not just yet.
As surely as its namesake month arrives on the calendar, Norman residents have the opportunity to enjoy the giants of the genre at Jazz in June.
What’s it all about, really? Parsing the meaning of life has kept philosophers – and the rest of us – busy since the dawn of humanity, and one of the only things we’re sure about is that there’s no single maxim or slogan that serves as a universal answer.
Some of the greatest art in human history was produced in the 19th century, and much of the greatest art created during that exalted period was a product of la Belle France.
Excellence tends to beget excellence: for over 50 years, the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum has avowedly been America’s premier institution of Western history, culture and art – so when it assembles 100 of the nation’s finest contemporary Western artists for a show, the event should bring collectors and aficionados at a gallop.
Glamour comes easiest to those who are prepared; with these suggestions and a healthy dose of confidence, you’ll always be ready for your close-up.