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Archives: May 2015
Bring your appetite for aesthetic elegance to the Oklahoma City Museum of Art for its showcase of intricate, bejeweled splendor from the House of Fabergé.
Cake is the ideal signifier of a party and cause for celebration in itself — at least when it’s as tasty for the eyes as these visual treats.
Take the plunge into stylish perfection with a variety of ensembles for lounging poolside or strolling the beach.
Remembering the way we were with a look back at some of the city’s most popular public pools in a bygone era.
A conversational give and take about family legacy and appreciating the value of patience with gallery owner and pillar of the Paseo Dr. Joy Reed Belt.
Guests head down the proverbial rabbit hole in Allied Arts’ annual beverage-based soiree, enjoying a Wonderland theme this year. Bottoms up!
It’s an evening of magic for patrons and supporters as the Boys and Girls Clubs of Oklahoma County honor exemplars of inspiration, including Dave Lopez and the Chickasaw Nation.
All kinds of goodness is on the menu at the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma’s utterly delectable fundraiser that fuels its Food for Kids programs.
The Norman Arts Council’s annual fundraiser – this year’s theme of “Beat Street” celebrates ’80s NYC urban culture – is always a singular sensation.
The Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition gives young artists a signal boost and guests an excellent party at this annual power-packed event.
In her ongoing travels through the state, author and photographer M.J. Alexander kicks off her Sunday shoes and visits the Oklahoma town where “Footloose” was born.
School’s out for summer! Now what? As the calendar moves into less hectic pages, it’s time to find some fun excursions here in the metro – and perhaps a bit beyond – for kids and families to get out and enjoy. Think of these selections as preventive therapy for the summertime blues.
Need a Father’s Day meal? Caryn Ross shares a culinary secret from the sea for making an especially toothsome beef tenderloin.
A Gymnastics Legend Shares Her Story and Struggles There’s a reason most of us don’t have literary options on our life stories: a good autobiography requires a noteworthy subject. You can hardly ask for a more glorious first career than that of Edmond’s beloved Shannon Miller – as the cover of her book points out, she’s “the most decorated…
Back With a Howl: Them Hounds Unleash a Heart Attack About a minute and a half into the opening title track of “Heart Attack,” Erin Ames repeats a chorus and suddenly flings her voice upward into a triumphant, pulsing vibrato scream – Them Hounds are back. The OKC psychedelic blues quintet still put on a raging live show (as…
My husband and I rarely go to bed at the same time, but on the rare occasion that we do, we’ll compare notes about how tired we are. This week, we commiserated about exhaustion one evening, after I’d shampooed the carpet for the same four hours he spent watching TV. To my amazement, my husband can nod off within seconds…
We are in the season of weddings (and anniversaries – happy 12th, hubby!), vacations and all-around warm-weather fun. When I take a moment to review this issue’s slate of stories, I realize I have a touch of summer fever already, and why shouldn’t I? It’s a wonderful time of year. Cooking out, swimming, gardening … some of my favorite…
Getting to this tropical setting requires some planning, but for beachcombers and lovers of beauty, going back again and again will become a lifelong dream.
Exquisite, exceptional egg-based taste sensations are the foundation for the OKC Museum of Art’s delightful spring fundraiser.
The independent cinematic feast known as the deadCENTER Film Festival is turning 15 this month, celebrating the occasion with another outpouring of parties, panels, informative seminars and 100 examples of movie magic of every description. For film lovers, XV marks the spot.
While the classics of menswear (dark suit, white shirt, striped tie) might never go out of fashion, sometimes you want an outfit that’s less down-to-earth. This month, help give your wardrobe – or your dad’s, considering that Father’s Day is waiting in the wings – a bit of lift.
It’s important to be active, whatever lap of life you’re on – and you might be surprised how many local triathletes don’t let their age keep them on the sidelines.
Patio weather is an ideal time to take white wines for a taste test; deliciously complex flavors are right here in the metro.