Archives: October 2015

Living in the 405 (and Loving It!)

If the month of November had an overarching theme, it would be “gratitude” – the waning of the year and presence of Thanksgiving tends to get people taking stock of their lives and reflecting on the positive elements therein. And while it’s not all sunshine and rainbows, there’s plenty happening in central Oklahoma that should prompt a few feelings of…

If Days Were Colors, Sunday Would Still Be Blue

If it’s Sunday, you can find me at SuperTarget. It’s not that it’s the first place I’d go to have a religious experience – most of the time, I just mix it up with the other faithful to round up weekly provisions. I just read that one of Target’s Chicago-area locations applied for a “consumption on premises” liquor license so…

Patrick Beall vs. Winter

Oklahoma’s first Iditarod competitor prepares for 1,049-mile trek

A former Edmondite trains to become the first Oklahoman in the grueling Iditarod sled dog race.

November Must-Dos

It’s a big, busy metro out there – if you can’t make it to everything, here’s where to start

An art show of secrets, a flood of acoustic bliss, Robert Picardo’s trip to the “Forum” and big deals on small paintings.