Guests gather at Mercedes-Benz of OKC to raise a glass to a future filled with even more elite health care from the St. Anthony hospital network.
Archives: June 2015
International fashion, art from a native perspective, free open-air concerts hither and yon – 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.
A Singer-Songwriter Pushes Toward a Place of Honesty Ten days. No computers. Samantha Crain wanted her fourth album to touch something real, and teamed with producer John Vanderslice to make it happen. “My guitar and vocals are all first or second takes,” she explains. “This is what I sound like playing with these musicians in this studio. This record…
Award-Winning Peril in a Bygone Era ’Tis the season for summer reading, and while Oklahoma in July is a far cry from the clammy fogs of Victorian England, you’re advised to take this particular trip back to Old Blighty: 2014’s “Fatal Enquiry” by local author Will Thomas just won the Oklahoma Book Award for fiction. It’s the sixth in…
You might feel prompted to salute the particular flag-inspired pattern that stars in this collection of home décor – in any shade, these stripes are solid choices.
Summertime fashion means looking your best from head to toe, so your ensemble options should include multiple pairs of sandals with this level of sparkle.
A conversational give and take about pet turtles, an aversion to meatloaf and the importance of asking questions with OKC Zoo director Dwight Lawson.
Remembering the way we were with a look back at the delightful dance fever of Channel 4’s happening program “The Scene.”
Bronze sculptures and colorful murals and evocative abstract whirls of glittering glass … whether meant as representational tribute or wild flight of pure fancy, the state’s cultural landscape is enriched by creations like these, especially given that they’re free for all to study.
Are you ready for some football of a more classical kind? The OKC Energy have begun their second season by moving into a new home at Taft Stadium, and with some well-scouted stars and a strong outpouring of fan support, they’re ready to make waves in the USL – and there’s no better time to climb aboard the bandwagon.
Ice cream, chocolate, a little creativity and voila – Caryn Ross walks through the recipes for finding warm-weather bliss via frozen treats.
The classic culinary combination of biscuits and gravy reaches new creative heights in the kitchens of several metro restaurants.
Dozens of artists will contribute, but we can’t tell you what the finished exhibit will look like, because inspired improvisation is part of the show in the group work-in-progress “The Elaborate Collaborate.”
Musical entertainment is on the menu for the Civic Center: an unnaturally excellent nanny and a larger-than-life tale of love between father and son provide fuel for Lyric Theatre’s sizzling summer season.
Verdant, venerable and scenic in the extreme, the castle-studded countryside of Wales is a marvelous place to go exploring.
With the deadCENTER Film Festival in full swing, cinema-lovers stop by the IAO Gallery to party and dance the night away.
The 15th annual deadCENTER Film Festival gets underway with a costume-encouraging, pyrotechnically enhanced blowout at the American Indian Cultural Center and Museum.
As the Festival of the Arts begins, patrons and supporters celebrate their successful efforts with a jubilant party.
Oak Tree is especially beautiful as the fine Arts Institute of Edmond celebrates a fresh season of creativity with its annual fundraiser.
Native American cultural champion Red Earth Inc. throws a celebratory party featuring live country music, dancing, cocktails and effervescence.
The vital health care providers of Integris Health benefit from this lavish occasion filled with fine food, dancing and merriment.
Canterbury Choral Society fills the Skirvin ballroom with glamour and intrigue in its annual Black and White Ball fundraiser.
The title color symbolizes power and triumph as the YWCA fills the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum with festivity for its annual gala combating domestic violence.