Archives: October 2015
A new chapter begins for this premier lifestyle publication chronicling the Oklahoma City area and community – and guests are happy to help celebrate its jubilant beginning.
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 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…
OKC welcomes a worldwide music legend
OKC prepares to welcome Stevie Wonder, while Zeppelin fans round out their remastered collection.
A trip to verdant California wine country
A trip to sunny Healdsburg in the heart of California wine country might be a ticket to paradise.
A culinary conversation with Kurt Fleischfresser
Chef Kurt Fleischfresser makes tasty recommendations for updating the traditional Thanksgiving feast.
The Good Egg Group finds new flagship in seafood haven The Drake
No coastline? No problem. The Drake brings a serious bounty of seafood to Uptown OKC.
Find the new star of your comfort zone
Have a seat and peruse a selection of stylishly comfortable couches.
Life returns to the century-old Marion Hotel
After an extensive and impressive renovation that converted it from a boarding house to apartments, life has returned to the venerable Marion Hotel.
Author and photographer M.J. Alexander explores the origins of the 405 area code and its metamorphosis into a geo-cultural signifier.
Leadership runs in the Cooper-Colton family
Red Tie Night founder Jackie Cooper’s philanthropic spirit thrives in this year’s co-chairs: his daughter Cindy Cooper-Colton and her son, popular musician Graham Colton.
Pieces with Personality
Owner Sara Kate Little showcases some of her favorite treasures in her namesake store.
Through the Looking Glass
Fabulous local options for attention-getting eyewear.
Oklahoma Contemporary looks to an impending dawn
Creative organization Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Center is about to have a new address: breathtaking facility Folding Light, designed by renowned architect Rand Elliott.
Remembering the way we were with a look back at the bustle, decline and ongoing redevelopment of downtown Oklahoma City.
Armstrong season gets into gear
Jazz pianist Mark Jenkins and the Mozart Orchestra of New York visit Edmond performance venue Armstrong Auditorium.
Outstanding Oklahomans join the state’s Hall of Fame
Eight of our most outstanding citizens are joining the Oklahoma Hall of Fame.
Finding the little Italian restaurant brings a big reward in flavorful family recipes like this.
Talking about OKC’s champion of the radio waves
Talking to – and about – OKC’s influential, independent captain of the radio waves.
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.
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.
Over two dozen outstanding reasons to explore Sooner Central
Even for non-OU fans, the city on the south side of the metro is filled with greatness to see, taste, attend and be captivated by.