Governor Mary Fallin delivers a laudatory keynote address at a convivial gathering of the Oklahoma State Home Builders Association.
Archives: February 2014
OCU piano paragon Sergio Monteiro performs as guests have a sip and browse the Howell Gallery before dining at The Coach House – an evening that amassed over $21,000 for the beautiful music and projects of the Canterbury Choral Society.
Great art and good times make a luminous evening at the Oklahoma Contemporary Art Center’s soiree, “Shine.”
Inspired by nature’s rebirth and the classic, preppy looks of summer fashion, this duo of suggestions will help deck out the dining table in seasonal splendor.
Today’s fashionable trend can often become tomorrow’s stale, dated relic. The key to achieving longevity is rolling with the changes.
From framing and lighting to choosing just the right spot, “How to Hang a Picture” by Jay Sacher and Suzanne LaGasa explores the ins and outs – and deceptively complicated nuances – of a seemingly simple home decor task.
Easily overlooked but vitally important to the overall look of a well-designed home, the floor is a canvas too often left blank. These suggestions for wood flooring and decorative rugs can make all the visual difference.
Despite her immaculate on-air aura, anchor Linda Cavanaugh enjoys getting her hands dirty … in her lovingly tended garden, which rewards her efforts with beauty year after year.
The timing was perfect for the Taylors – when they needed a metro home, they found a spacious, lavishly equipped abode that was just what the designer ordered.
In “Flowers,” Carolyne Roehm expresses an ongoing passion for the colorful rainbow of nature’s floral varieties; her lavish photographs in this massive book are an eye-catching way to share the love.
Rebuilding their home let the Jansen family look past the rules of a specific style and create a comfortable, colorful, continually evolving reflection of themselves.
Oklahoma is about as far from oceanfront as can be, but bringing seaside style to decorating is easy wherever you might be. Redoing a room with these special touches can practically generate a sea breeze.
2014 begins with a meal celebrating new Chamber leadership, native son Rick Bayless and the future’s potential.
Food Network star chef Anne Burrell makes a culinary splash at St. Anthony Hospital’s annual heart-healthy cooking demonstration.
Creativity is cause for celebration at the 100th annual exhibition by students in the OU School of Art and Art History.
Scenic splendor, historic sites to explore and plenty of fortifying food and drink: central Arizona makes a sensational locale for relaxed exploration.
It’s a big, beautiful new star among performance venues in Oklahoma – OCCC’s Cultural Arts Series gets a lavish new home in the cutting-edge Visual and Performing Arts Center.
The Oklahoma City Museum of Art’s new dual exhibition of classic works by Ansel Adams and Brett Weston provides visual retrospectives of two great photographers’ careers, and ample proof that lack of color is no bar to artistic beauty.
For a taste of true Mexican flavor, give greasy fajitas a pass and try this zesty recipe for homemade tacos de pescado.
JRB Art at the Elms begins a new year in style with a complimentary brunch to complement its first of many exhibits.
It’s a season of revitalization and energy where the ever-present winds of change seem capable of making each day differ from the one before. Fortunately, the fashions in vogue this spring are every bit as versatile – these civic-inspired ensembles are proof positive that the perfect look is here in OKC.
Ready or not, spring in the metro means serious weather is probably on the way, so it’s better to be prepared. In a quick primer for everything from the science of the skies to what to do with a hail-damaged car, Slice delves into Oklahoma’s meteorological mayhem.
In her ongoing travels through Oklahoma, author and photographer M.J. Alexander visits a long-abandoned project turned slightly eerie natural attraction, known as The Parallel Forest.
A conversational give and take about inspiration, leaps of faith and dim sum with Pop Alchemy artist Eric Heckert.