Three generations of the Click family: Deziray, Alessondra, Jeff, Cindy and Dick Dinner, conversation and the start of a new year for the Oklahoma State Home Builders Association at the organization's annual banquet. Categories: On The Scene Featured
Archives: March 2013
Susan Stamm Evans, Sally Scott, John Flewelling Guests and friends gather to the gallery for the opening of a joint show by husband and wife Dick and Susan Stamm Evans. To see more photos from the Howell Gallery opening reception click here. Categories: On The Scene Featured
Exhibits, soirees, a paean to the West and a three-day musical blowout – it’s a big, busy metro out there, so if you can’t make it to everything, here’s where to start.
Think of how many times you’ve seen this: a woman, along in her years, driving with her husband as the passenger. I’ve seen this arrangement thousands of times and until lately, I’ve never really given it much thought. Maybe they’ve always traveled that way. Maybe she has better eyesight than her spouse. Maybe she has cat-like reflexes behind the wheel….
Everything old is new again, and the perfect vintage or repurposed piece to complete a home’s décor is out there … somewhere. Be patient and enjoy the thrill of the hunt.
When weathering life's travails – like a winter drought turning Lake Hefner into a muddy puddle – sometimes a philosophical attitude is the best approach. Categories: 405 Life, Last Look
A Family-Friendly Holiday
A haven for children’s literature, frontier history and mouthwatering beef-based creations, Texas destination Abilene holds wonders for a range of ages and interests.
Who do you love? We asked readers to pick their favorites from across the metro in categories ranging from dream neighborhoods to favorite burgers to best hair on a TV news anchor – and we’re confident the results identify the best of central Oklahoma.
Sweet treats, smooth beats and a romantic atmosphere fuel the annual soiree in the heart of Automobile Alley.
It’s an outstanding dining experience; familiar atmosphere and a chef who’s thoroughly versed in her calling thanks to a lifetime in the family business make Gabriella’s an Italian wonder.
Fresh ingredients and just a bit of effort yield light, delicious results in this recipe for grilled Nicoise Salad that’s perfect for celebrating spring.
World Neighbors’ global outreach program Work of Women aims to elevate female villagers and their families. To give them a helping foot, mark your calendar for Wine, Women and Shoes.
The metro’s economic future looks rosy … right? Recent high-profile scrutiny of cornerstone energy companies might be cause for concern in some quarters, but further investigation reveals that overall, Oklahoma City and the surrounding areas have several good reasons to breathe a little easier.
Sometimes nature decides to play rough, but with these tips and a little prep work, you can help minimize the impact of hail damage to your home.
The members of the Made in Oklahoma Coalition have found strength in numbers, producing tasty food that helps the state’s economy as well as its citizens in need.
Norman’s National Treasure
Even if you don’t like the weather in Oklahoma, you stand a much better chance of knowing about it in advance thanks to the cutting-edge science, technology and talent that makes up the National Weather Center on the OU campus.
A give and take about everything from hole-in-the-wall dining to fear of motivational posters with lifelong cartoonist and mayoral Chief of Staff Steve Hill.
Remembering the way we were in Oklahoma City with a look back at the festive atmosphere and all-you-could-eat bliss of Casa Bonita.
What’s so great about Oklahoma City? Ask former Californian Michael Whittington, who looks forward to continuing our cultural renaissance as new president of the OKC Museum of Art.
On her way back to OU for the Women’s Philanthropy Network Symposium, alumna – and Victoria’s Secret CEO – Sharen Jester Turney discusses personal generosity on the corporate level.
One of the great artistic triumphs of all time, “Swan Lake” is the epitome of classical ballet, and a milestone for any performing company – one that the Oklahoma City Ballet is preparing to clear with several extremely graceful bounds.
Kids can’t be expected to fight for their own rights, but neglected and abused juveniles don’t have to, thanks to the volunteer efforts of Oklahoma Lawyers for Children.
Amid her ongoing travels through Oklahoma, author and photographer M.J. Alexander heads to the panhandle and Cimarron County to trace the legacy of a Dust Bowl family portrait.