When I first moved to Oklahoma from the other side of the Red River, I had some time on my hands. For the first time in a long time, I wasn’t going to an office every weekday, and I was sharing an apartment with three small children and two medium-size dogs while we looked for a house. It was winter;…
Archives: January 2015
For the skimmers, I’ll cut to the chase: loving me isn’t wrong … yet. But this Valentine’s Day, I’m laying down a list of make-or-break demands that might prompt a mass exodus from the Love Train. For the rest of this month’s loving masses, as you select your chocolates and foil-embossed cards for someone who will appreciate them, count yourselves…
The Edmond Historical Society raises a glass to the honored past at its annual dinner, fundraiser and vinicultural appreciation event.
History with a Bang Steely-eyed sheriffs and dastardly outlaws, scouts and hunters and bartenders in rowdy saloons … settling the Western frontier was a rough, dangerous business, and firm words weren’t going to cut it. The rifles and handguns that were instrumental in America’s westward expansion are lavishly portrayed in “A Legacy in Arms,” a fresh OU Press publication…
A Broken Arrow Blues Rocker Rolls Back Into the Spotlight The album “Signs and Signifiers” was, and remains, a blast of rich, rootsy goodness that won honors from Rolling Stone, NPR Music and the Independent Music Awards – but it was released in 2010, and five years is more than enough time to start craving a fresh dose. That…
Thoughtful gift-giving shouldn’t be confined to Valentine’s Day – these small suggestions can make any day a treat.
A hot date or an evening with friends; the right touches can help make your outfit eye-catching in all the best ways.
Surrounded by natural beauty and resplendent with design inspiration, the Price abode is a welcoming wonder.
Remembering the way we were with a look back at the sizzling, savory charms of Glen’s Hik’ry Inn.
A conversational give and take about balancing art and science and being a positive influence on life with painter, radio host, inventor and creative force Dan Solloway.
Beautiful designs from guest designer Armenta enliven the fundraising pleasure of the Heart Rhythm Institute’s annual luncheon.
Business titans to great entertainers, the honorees at this lavish banquet join the ranks of the state’s most outstanding sons and daughters.
The numbers called add up to a bundle of fun and $20,000 raised to benefit Infant Crisis Services in this game night at the IAO Gallery.
In her ongoing travels through Oklahoma, author and photographer M.J. Alexander prepares for a February premiere of a symphony composed by her husband, Ed Knight, inspired by the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum’s magnificent triptychs of the West.
You don’t have to be a wholehearted (so to speak) devotee of Valentine’s Day to embrace the concept of date nights – these recommendations for things to do, see and taste around town are an enticing sampling of the metro’s myriad joys.
Its motto is “A Great Place to Grow,” and Edmond is immersed in an ongoing effort to demonstrate how apt the sentiment is. As more residents, businesses and amenities move in, OKC’s northern neighbor is moving on up.
Looking for a decadent Valentine’s treat? Try this versatile recipe for rich, decadent chocolate truffles you’ll truly love.
The Deep South comes to Campus Corner as spice-laden platters and po’ boys bring Norman diners a taste of the bayou in Jax Soul Kitchen.
A world-premiere ballet, world-class athletes, a chocolate-fueled celebration and much more – 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.
Strange-but-true biographies and not-quite-kosher paintings combine for a fascinating new forgery exhibit at the OKC Museum of Art.
Mighty heroes and malevolent miscreants square off and thrill audiences in the stunt-packed stage spectacle Marvel Universe LIVE.
With options from quaint coziness to safari-style thrills, the small cities surrounding Dallas allow travelers to choose their own romantic adventure.
The expansive wooded grounds provide ample room – and reason – to roam while chatting or sit for a more in-depth conversation. Show Caption Hide Caption Copper rain chain guttering, sconce lighting and selected ornamentation bring a decidedly Asian flavor to the exterior. Show Caption Hide Caption Many of the property’s structures, which combine the abstract with the traditional, were…