Before stuffing our faces with the bounty on the Thanksgiving table this month, I’d like to take a (pre-tryptophan-impaired) mental inventory of all those things that merit giving thanks for in the first place. First, we’re celebrating Thanksgiving because we’ve won that great cosmic lottery that landed us in America. Second, the very fact that Thanksgiving represents the legitimate opening…
Archives: October 2012
Craig Clemons, Jimi and Larry Reece For more photos from the Ace High Dinner and Auction click here. Categories: On The Scene
With much of our attention directed to giving thanks this month, we couldn’t help turning our focus to the OKC Thunder, an organization that defines the concept of community champions.
Becky Taylor, Marnie Taylor, Lori Walkley, Teresa Rose For more photos from the OKC Museum of Art Renaissance Ball click here. Categories: On The Scene
For a great holiday gift, what about an escape from cold weather? South Padre Island fills the bill.
Desperate times call for desperate measures, and if work is scarce and money is tight, sometimes you have to bite the bullet and cast off your inhibitions.
Meager dimensions characterize the stars of the show, but it’s a major event for the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, and there’s nothing diminutive about the artistic impact of the Western-inspired title creations in the Small Works, Great Wonders Winter Art Sale.
John Michael and Kathy Williams, Marnie and Clayton Taylor For more photos from the Clayton Taylor Named OSU Distinguished Alumnus party click here.
Fall is in full swing and winter is on its way, so everyone can do with a little layering.
Cherry-pick the best parts from a massive art exhibit, a craft show of skilled artisans’ work, multiple live musical performances, a tasting event courtesy of a bevy of restaurants and a killer two-day party, cram it all into the Farmers Market building, lace it liberally with attitude and enjoy.
The snow was falling, the carols playing and Christmas lights sparkled all around me. It was a perfect holiday moment. And you can experience it, too – in Frisco, Texas.
Roy Bishop of Oklahoma City captured one of the great joys of childhood and the season as his then-two-year-old niece Clare made clear her appreciation for a bounty of fallen leaves on a perfect Thanksgiving Day. Categories: 405 Life, Last Look
Katie O’Brien, Carrie Parker, Heidi Cohn For more photos from the True North Living 1st Anniversary party click here. Categories: On The Scene
Fall brings new feelings into footwear
Fall brings new feelings into footwear
Chrissa Elliott, Natalie Elliott, Kolby Berry, Dr. Georgianne Snowden For more photos from the Heart Ball Sweetheart Tea click here. Categories: On The Scene
Sara Parcell, Kaci Underwood, Devyn Smith For more photos from the Cattle Baron's Ball click here. Categories: On The Scene
It could be the first glimpse of the morning sun piercing the night’s blackness, or the twinkling lights of the city slowly coming to life. Maybe it’s the impending thunderstorm, with lightning dancing on the horizon. Or it could be something as simple as standing on the balcony on a crisp autumn day, gazing at Oklahoma City life 19 stories below.
Let there be bright! This is the 10th anniversary season for Oklahoma City’s Brightmusic Chamber Ensemble, and for this occasion they’re ready to share with a larger audience than ever.
Dick and Glenna Tanenbaum, Robert Mills, Christian Keesee For more photos from the OKC Ballet Kickoff party click here. Categories: On The Scene
The Samsung Galaxy S III from AT&T is the flagship Android smart phone. The latest in the Galaxy line, it’s kicking some serious butt worldwide. Following on the heels of the HTC One X, these two devices are giving the Apple iPhone a run for its money.
It’s happened once a year every year for the past decade and counting, like clockwork – which is nicely appropriate considering its beneficiary.
Lance McDaniel, Kyle Rogers, Kip Welch For more photos from the Canterbury Masquerade Ball click here. Categories: On The Scene
Through his work as KFOR’s “In Your Corner” reporter, Scott Hines is arguably Oklahoma’s No. 1 consumer advocate.
Tom and Lisa Price, Lori and Clif Gooding For more photos from Heartline's Festival of Hope click here. Categories: On The Scene