Archives: August 2015

Fashion Oasis

The windswept sands of Little Sahara State Park make for an almost otherworldly atmosphere, perfect for a striking backdrop to beauty.

Mobile Businesses Hitting High Gear

For pedestrians, they’re a treat. For vendors, they’re home sweet home. As the OKC metro enthusiastically continues to embrace the outdoor festival experience, the success of such public events has paved the way for a new crop of pop-up businesses that bring their own distinctive user experience to where the action is.

September’s Prime Entertainment Picks

Live music festivals, a home tour filled with heritage, an elegant OKCMOA fundraiser and a star-studded rap fest – 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.

Turnpike Troubadours, Turnpike Troubadours

  Local favorites set to build following with third album. The Turnpike Troubadours have long had a loyal fan base in Oklahoma and Texas – and have even garnered attention in other parts of the U.S. with their energetic live shows and no-holds-barred Red Dirt sound – but the release of their self-titled third album on Sept. 18 may prove…

Laurence Yadon and Rober Barr Smith, One Murder Too Many

   Oklahoma author sheds light on famous crime. Black Mass, the movie about legendary Boston criminal James “Whitey” Bulger starring Johnny Depp, opens this month nationwide. Viewers who want a little background about Bulger – and the details of the crime that proved to be his undoing – can find all that and more in One Murder Too Many, by…