This month’s cover story, “Creative Visionaries,” profiles six amazing people who are leading the way toward a more vibrant, engaging, conscious and diverse existence for our citizens … exactly the type of insight that we love to share with our readers. A glimpse into the future of our fair metropolis, if you will. I was struck by a phrase writer…
Archives: September 2013
FOR THE SECOND TIME, I’ve signed up to participate in a 21-day Meditation Challenge with Deepak Chopra, the renowned Hindu Indian-American author, physician and all things “one-with-spirit” master. The first time I did the Meditation Challenge, I lasted about 10 or 11 days, hoping that meditation would teach me to quiet my weary mind and give that hamster on the…
Most important meal of the day? Possibly. But thanks to the customizable options at Syrup, breakfast can easily be the sweetest for Norman diners.
In her ongoing travels through Oklahoma, author and photographer M.J. Alexander ventures into Seminole County, home to a century-old tale of murder most foul … and a rumor of werewolves.
Waving wheat and natural gas are still staples of our economy, but some surprising (and awesome) stuff is made in Oklahoma too – from classic cars to . Your radar should include these state-manufactured products that, when it comes to coolness, easily make the grade.
Some are among the standard-bearers for imagination in their fields; others helped dream up their own specialties. While their challenges range from promoting the arts to re-crafting entire cityscapes, one thing these six Oklahomans share is a ceaseless drive to innovate.
Good kitchens offer a convenient, functional space to cook; great kitchens do so while looking sensational and feeding the family’s spirit as well. Five of the area’s best are on the 2013 OCMA Kitchen Tour in Nichols Hills.
Because when the moon hangs heavy overhead and the crisp night air tautly pulses with the fierce purity of life and whatever else made Buck think about hulking out and becoming a direwolf, I’m way more likely to let the call of the wild keep ringing. Went camping a few times in my youth (read: slept outside in a tent,…
Thought-provoking art exhibits, laugh-inducing live theater, concerts, special events – there are all kinds of sources for entertainment and enlightenment in this bustling metro, so if you can’t make it to everything, here’s where to start.
Maestro Joel Levine and the OKC Philharmonic have been making beautiful music together for 25 years now – and with the upcoming season highlighted by special guests like George Takei and the incomparable Yo-Yo Ma, they’re still hitting the high notes.
Piedmont resident Katniss the greyhound gets in touch with nature during a luxurious sunset sprawl. To submit your photo for Last Look, visit sliceok.com/last-look Categories: 405 Life, Last Look
The wonders of the world, and a world of sociopolitical viewpoints, are en route to Oklahoma City as a new season of the venerable OKC Town Hall Lecture Series begins.
A new mobile hotspot that makes staying connected easier than ever, and a fully loaded smart phone designed to withstand a bit of abuse – together the AT&T Unite and the Samsung Galaxy S4 Active are good news for tech lovers on the go.
A give and take about the small steps to greatness, the rewards of bettering babies’ lives and the benefits of hula hoops with Infant Crisis Services director Miki Farris.
Remembering the way we were with a look back at the back-to-school blitzkrieg that was buying supplies at the local Sears.
A new school year means a fresh opportunity for keeping everything organized in style – here’s the gear to get it together.
So called because my opinion and $4 will buy you a slice of coconut cream at Pie Junkie in the Plaza District… The 2010 film “Monsters” begins with an explanatory text burst: A NASA probe sent out to investigate a near-Earth and possibly-alien event crashed in northern Mexico on reentry. Whatever was on the probe began … affecting the local…