More than two dozen family members eager to shake off the cold and celebrate the holidays? No problem in the thoughtfully designed, joyously decorated Carty home.
Archives: August 2013
Energy-efficient and ecologically conscious … and simply, naturally beautiful. While blending into its surroundings, Jim Roth’s thoroughly green home truly stands out.
A steamy shower isn’t the only reason to go natural; its dozen-plus uses in this Norman home demonstrate why natural gas is such a hot idea.
With a little planning, research and the opportunity to start from scratch, the Collamores gave their home a great room that more than lives up to its name.
Inspired by the muted earth tones of autumn and winter’s crisply cool hues, a duo of suggestions will help deck out the dining table in seasonal splendor.
The Penn Square Mall-adjacent restaurant is home to locally sourced ingredients, slow cooking methods and divinely delicious results. Flavor lovers should be eager to raise a glass to Whiskey Cake.
No huge, touristy landmarks, no urbane shopping district, no supermarkets … no problem. The mountainous Italian countryside north of Milan is off the beaten track, but a scenic paradise for a relaxing vacation.
OU and OSU fans have tasty reasons to look forward to fall too, as football season means a return to the joys of tailgating, easily made even more joyful with a spicy twist on Sloppy Joes – check out the recipe for these crowd-pleasing Touchdown Sandwiches.
I'VE SPENT AN UNREASONABLE AMOUNT OF TIME in the past few weeks lingering among the school supplies section of SuperTarget – not for the typical reasons of stockpiling classroom provisions or picking up last-minute locker décor for my kids – but for that singular thrill I indulge annually … perusing, admiring and coveting supplies I don’t need, but purchase anyway….
I proudly identify myself a voracious reader. Even juggling a packed schedule, I maintain copious magazine subscriptions, a plethora of RSS feeds and favorite blogs, and a keen understanding of the intricacies of the library’s e-media system. As a child, I could always be found with my nose tucked into a book. Grandma Jeanette kept me and my brothers from…
In her ongoing travels through Oklahoma, author and photographer M.J. Alexander makes a quick detour to Comanche County, for a slightly starry-eyed face-to-lens meeting with Lawton’s temporary guest star Johnny Depp.
A strong economy has given the OKC metro an increase in population … and a growing demand for housing. In this seller’s market, Slice shares expert advice for those looking to buy, sell, get financing, improve a neighborhood’s overall appeal or plan renovations to maximize future value.
They may not be A-list celebrities, but they’re famous to us all the same. Whether or not we bought what they were selling, these past and present Oklahoma advertising personalities are lodged in our memories and part of our pop cultural heritage.
I hope by now you’ve read the August issue of Slice’s cover story “The Metro’s 10 Most Bodacious Burgers,” as it is not only gorgeously photographed (nice work, Carli Wentworth) but truly, truly inspirational. We weren’t kidding about the incident referred to in the letter from the editor when we were proofreading the final layout and suddenly felt compelled to…
Remember the Looney Tune in which Bugs first accidentally met the Tasmanian Devil, and went to research his dietary habits, and the lengthy encyclopedia list went something like “eats alligators, aardvarks, cats, bats, rats, stoats, goats … and especially rabbits”? That litany is about what my mom sounds like when she gets on the subject of childhood pets. She grew…