Ever since I was a kid, the beginning of August has always signaled the shift out of summer and into the beginning of a long slow slide to fall (although Mother Nature works on a different schedule in our state and we are blessed/cursed with several more months of warm weather). The pace will pick up, and probably sooner than…
Archives: July 2013
TO THE SAME EXTENT THAT I ENJOY BRINGING HOME ADOPTED PETS, my husband Bob loves taking in houseguests – particularly those from distant lands. During the past five years, our guest book has rounded out the entire United Nations. Most of our international guests have found their way to our doorstep on their very first visit to the United States….
Equally inspired by salsas and salads, this flavorful recipe for Summer Dip makes the most of the season’s tomato bounty.
Off-road biker, mountain hiker and all-around extreme sports enthusiast Robert Williams has a craving for challenge – he didn’t earn the nickname “Crash” by accident – but he’s living proof of the power of an indomitable, adventurous spirit.
Slice raises a glass to the concept of drinking locally, as voices of OKC’s sporting franchises (the RedHawks, the Barons and the Thunder) join us to sample Oklahoma brewers’ most popular products and sound off about the state of the beer industry.
On a quest for the beefy best? Here’s where to go. While individual preferences vary, if your favorite burger from Edmond, Norman or Oklahoma City isn’t in this list, we have some new favorites for you. Caution: Reading will work up an appetite.
This old-timer may have seen better days, but even amid the scenic surroundings of Medicine Park it can still turn nostalgic heads. To submit your photo for Last Look, visit sliceok.com/last-look Categories: 405 Life, Last Look
The OKC metro has plenty of possibilities for those in search of a beer, but some raise the bar on comfy hangouts – consider this trio of recommendations for The Library, Cock o’ the Walk and Grandad’s on the house.
Original recipes abound as OKC’s “House of the Miracles” continues the legacy of the city’s first successful Mexican restaurant – Milagro’s has a story as good as its food.
Producer Dr. Greg White provides a look behind the curtain at the thrills waiting in the wings for guests of the upcoming Broadway Tonight season of music and theater at UCO.
With a new operating system and 4G speed and service, the Z10 brings the BlackBerry back to the forefront of techno cool.
In her ongoing travels through Oklahoma, author and photographer M.J. Alexander heads west and visits Beckham County to give Elk City’s Centennial Carousel a whirl.
Immense, gorgeous and more than a few million years in the making, the Grand Canyon is a national treasure and a definite must-see … but take an expert traveler’s advice and see it the right way.
A give and take about personal loss, public service, roads not taken and songs yet to be played with YWCA CEO Jan Peery.
Functional, convenient and eminently stylish, the bar cart is enjoying a well-deserved popularity resurgence – it’s a party on wheels.
Remembering the way we were with a look back at the rides, taste treats and warm-weather thrills of OKC’s Springlake Amusement Park.
My wife is, for the record, right about many, many things. Like, a staggering percentage of the time. So even though I remain privately convinced (well, I suppose this hardly counts as "private" anymore) that it was always the Union parking garage we'd used in the past, I freely and happily admit that the roof of the parking garage next…