In a sterling event for the helping-hands nonprofit, the Court Appointed Special Advocates of Oklahoma County has a blowout evening at 25 Candles for CASA.
Archives: May 2014
Style and savor combine for a spirited (and spirituous) fundraiser at the OKC Farmers Public Market, as patrons raise a glass to supporting the arts in Oklahoma.
A warm spring night makes an ideal backdrop for a multiple-course feast organized by Downtown OKC, Inc.
Plenty Mercantile invites guests to visit the great outdoors in the heart of Automobile Alley via a chef-catered rooftop picnic.
For its singularly sensational annual fundraiser, the Norman Arts Council transforms the MAINSITE Gallery into a replica-in-spirit of Andy Warhol’s Factory during its Silver Era.
With Heisman-winning co-chairs, OKC Beautiful honors those who have improved the city’s looks at the Distinguished Service Awards.
Youth Services of Oklahoma County deals in inspiration; this gala evening at the Skirvin Hilton helps fuel their drive to make a difference in young lives.
Bestselling author Khaled Hosseini holds an audience spellbound at the Library Endowment Trust’s fundraising dinner at the OKC Golf & Country Club.
Thunder star Russell Westbrook’s Why Not? Foundation continues its push to inspire underserved youth while sharing some fun with kids at Edmond’s Boulevard Lanes.
A lighthearted evening of celebration at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum collects over $663,000 to benefit the hospital’s burn center.
The OKC Museum of Art takes visitors to school – France’s legendary Ecole des Beaux-Arts, that is – in this traveling exhibit of Neoclassical bliss that’s a real coup de maître.
Starring acts Samantha Fish, the Amendola-Hunter Duo and the dapper Dan Hicks and His Hot Licks headline Norman’s annual three-day outdoor outpouring of jazz and blues delight. Let the music play!
Jon Kimura Parker An Oklahoma Blend of Music Old and New It’s time once more to celebrate one of history’s greatest composers with one of Oklahoma’s great music festivals: OK Mozart returns to Bartlesville June 7-14. It’s the 30th season for the powerhouse presentation of classical pieces performed by nationally renowned musical folk; this year’s roster includes master pianist Jon…
The Rocky Road to Restaurateurism What do espresso making, musical composition, crafting canoes and running a gourmet ice cream parlor have in common? If you answered “besides being generally concerned with creating things, not a lot,” you’ll understand why Molly Wizenberg wasn’t all that concerned when, six months into their marriage, her husband Brandon started talking about opening a restaurant….
The mountain town of Durango boasts magnificent scenery, mouthwatering cuisine and enough pet amenities to make it a paradise for canines as well.
Become immersed in movies, feast your eyes on films, sate yourself on cinema – deadCENTER is back in downtown OKC. The annual independent film festival is fully stocked with features in every genre for its strongest lineup yet; read on for a closer look at some of our favorites, and plan a trek of your own.
A spectacular view of the Myriad Gardens and a menu filled with prime tastes make the Park House a tempting choice for summertime dining.
Summer’s here, and for many families that means it’s time to hit the road. But don’t pack for a long trip just yet; there are plenty of wonders to see, do and explore in Oklahoma’s network of over 500 museums. Whether kids’ interests lie under the sea or up in the stars, consider this a guidebook to family fun.
In her ongoing travels through Oklahoma, author and photographer M.J. Alexander takes a detour to NYC to visit with Elk City native Kelli O’Hara, now starring in a dream-come-true life on the stage.
For a splash of backyard inspiration, snag a guide book and explore however many stops you like on the Water Garden Society of Oklahoma’s annual Pond Tour.
A conversational give and take about cartoons, the value of friends and avoiding things that sting with a zany quartet from OKC Improv.
Remembering the way we were with a look back at the precursor to the Cox Center: the marvelous music-filled Myriad.
Cracking the code to find seriously cool gift items for the great men in our lives.
This Month’s Top 10
A visiting comedian, a cooking competition, musical bashes indoors and out – 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.