Remember the line from the movie “City Slickers” when the husband and wife have a fight and the husband hurls the insult that, if hate were people, he would be Red China? If pet peeves were people, I would be Red China. I’ve got a lot. Recently, my husband and kids went to dinner without me recently and my absence…
Archives: February 2013
Concerts, soirees, groundbreaking dance and a reassembled artistic experiment – it’s a big, busy metro out there, so if you can’t make it to everything, here’s where to start.
The upcoming spring and summer seasons inspire serene designs in the popular “Setting the Table” series, relocated to these pages from our sister magazine, Slice.
Mark and Traci Miller’s Rose Creek home dazzles with colors and textures layered on a neutral palette in an artful tapestry anyone would be proud to call “home.”
Unexpected wealth, like an inheritance or insurance settlement, can be a great boon … but also hard to handle wisely. How can you hang onto it and use it correctly?
An older home presents many challenges, but the opportunities to coexist with living history proved irresistible to intrepid homeowners Blair and Maggie Humphreys.
Members of the organization dedicated to supporting and mentoring the student athletes of OU Women’s Basketball share a wine and cheese pairing at Norman’s Mister Robert Fine Furniture.
Warmer weather, the rebirth of nature, Easter celebrations … as this surprisingly stoic young Oklahoman can attest, spring is for the birds. In a good way. Categories: 405 Life, Last Look
Home to high art like the architecturally breathtaking Quadracci Pavilion and slightly less rarefied attractions like the Harley-Davidson Museum, Milwaukee makes an attractive tourist destination even before considering the world-spanning cuisine.
With winter’s more subdued ensembles a thing of the past, it’s time to turn the spotlight of spring fashion onto bright, brilliant colors, thrilling patterns and fabrics and razzle-dazzling accessories. Step right up for a cavalcade of style.
The OKC hospital’s support organization celebrates a new year, and its first 50, with a 50th floor soiree in the Devon Energy Center.
A good education is one of the foremost keys to success in life, and the Oklahoma City metro is rife with possibilities for enlightening young minds … but not all classrooms are created equal. Looking for a top-notch option? Consider this compendium required reading.
Spring is here! Well, almost. Whether the weather is ready or not, it’s by no means too soon to greet the new season with fresh accents for rejuvenated interior design.
A Conversation With Rusty Loeffler and Robert Ross
Sitting down for a quick conversation with Interurban restaurant partners, and lifelong pals, Rusty Loeffler and Robert Ross.
Remembering the way we were in Oklahoma City with a look back at the joyous heyday of Wedgewood Village amusement park.
A little flamenco, a little tap … the hundreds of students flocking to the vibrant Plaza District studio can attest that whatever form the joy of body moving takes, it takes it at Everything Goes Dance.
If you think a bachelor pad could be furnished exclusively with milk crates and pizza boxes, Jason Little’s modern minimalist aesthetic will inspire you to clean up your act.
Before dining at the elegant Coach House in Nichols Hills Plaza, guests visit Ruth Meyers for champagne, appetizers, a fashion show and Canterbury performance, with proceeds benefiting the Canterbury Choral Society.
Painting prep is a pain, and manufacturers have taken note. We test drive a few fuss-free options that easily take a project from “someday” to “success.”
Incredible beer and German food enliven downtown Norman as a local mainstay streamlines to present Das Boot Camp.
Wild horses draw award-winning author and photojournalist M.J. Alexander to stop off in Garvin County during her ongoing travels through Oklahoma.
Creamy, savory, simple to make and hard to stop eating – the Cajun-style crawfish and shrimp grits that result from chef Caryn’s recipe are Southern comfort food at its finest.
Traditions aren’t necessarily hard to come by – do anything long enough and it can become one – but even if you restrict the set to include only things that are genuinely rewarding to experience again and again, the metro has no shortage of recurring wonders. You know what you should do, though? Seriously? You should go to the Firehouse…