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OK’s Great Salt Mystery

Mocked as a fairy tale after the Louisiana Purchase, the Great Salt Plains does exist, and continues to maintain its silent air of otherworldly mystery.

Oklahoma Film’s Future Frontier

Advances in technology are allowing Oklahoma filmmakers to let their imaginations run wild and present the results in thrilling virtual reality.

Good Taste: Café 501

Pan-seared salmon with a teriyaki glaze, exceptional short rib stroganoff, a bounty of baked goods … Classen Curve’s Café 501 remains packed with tempting tastes.

At the Bar: Bar Arbolada

However raw the weather is, concoctions such as the beer-infused Short and Stout or restorative Hot Cachawty make a trip to Main Street Arcade jewel Bar Arbolada worthwhile.

January Must-Dos

Check out our top recommendations for fun stuff to do this month in the 405.

Sculpture Stars at OKCMOA

In its new exhibition “Off the Wall,” the OKC Museum of Art turns a spotlight on evolutions taking place during the last century of sculpture.

Cheers to the New Year

New Year’s is only the beginning – for extra elegance to enhance your events all year long, start with these festive accessories.

Speaker Box: The Sound of 2019

Predictions for musical trends, from increased streaming to more local collaboration; Peter Murphy brings the Bauhaus sound to OKC.

Mental Health 101

Fitness is a great resolution, but it shouldn’t be just about diet and exercise. Here are some minor changes you can make to get major mental improvements.

Oso Comes Loaded for Bear

It’s taco time in the Paseo, as new restaurant Oso adds a broad range of excellent Mexican-inspired flavors to a suite of craft cocktails.

An Oklahoman’s Rhodes Saga

Oklahoma author and adventurer John Joseph Mathews is known for his writings, a lifestyle of solitude in nature … and a Rhodes Scholarship that never happened.

Charcuterie Style

If you’re planning a party, or are in search of some savory temptations, feast your eyes on these charcuterie boards, with recommendations from local restaurants.

Remembering Mid-Century Edmond

Looking back on the experience of adolescence in small-town Edmond, and raising a family here as the city comes into its own.

Civil Rights Sites

In preparation for Black History Month, take a tour of sites across the country chronicling the ongoing struggle for equality and the civil rights.

Favorite Things: Scissortail Marketplace

What’s in a name? Kim Coughlin chose Scissortail Marketplace to indicate a love of Oklahoma, and its magnitude and scope of home furnishings are truly impressive.

The Orndorff Aesthetic

A growing family meant the Orndorffs needed more space; their new home combines Hollywood Hills style with tribal influences for a comfortable lodge vibe.

Mental Wellness in 2019

Good mental health is a tremendous boost to quality of life, and the good news is that it is attainable. Here’s what to know to make a balanced, thriving mindset.

The OKC Philharmonic’s Free-Spirited Sound

The OKC Philharmonic celebrates the spirit of musical experimentation in an evening of Mozart and American composers, with guest artist Yolanda Kondonassis.

Russ Johnson’s French Influences

Neither Ludivine nor the R&J Lounge are French restaurants, but chef Russ Johnson’s bistro background is evident, especially in this tartiflette recipe.

Joe Dorman and OK’s Kids

Joe Dorman no longer holds elective office, but he’s still working to make the state better – especially when it comes to the welfare of Oklahoma’s children.

The Oklahoman’s Uncertain Future

GateHouse Media’s purchase of The Oklahoman could be the key to the paper’s future, but in the short term, coverages – and optimism – are shrinking.
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This quintessential New Orleans musical institution guarantees an electrifying night of music! The group will perform songs from their most recent releases as well as traditional New Orleans...

Cost: Varying

Where:
McKnight Center Performance Hall
419 S. Monroe
Stillwater, OK  74074
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An opera for our time. This stirring work delves into the life of Jim Thompson, the real-life Vietnam veteran who was the longest-held prisoner of war in American history, and the issues he faced...

Cost: $35-$50

Where:
Civic Center Music Hall
201 N Walker Ave
OKC, OK  73102
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Sponsor: Painted Sky Opera
Telephone: 405-594-8300
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By Tom Cipullo An opera for our time. This stirring work delves into the life of Jim Thompson, the real-life Vietnam veteran who was the longest-held prisoner of war in American history, and the...

Cost: Varies

Where:
Civic Center Music Hall
201 N Walker Ave
Oklahoma City, OK  73102
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Sponsor: Painted Sky Opera
Telephone: 405-594-8300
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We're poppin' champagne on the patio this Saturday and raffling off a bottle of Perrier-Jouet valued at $300! Come pre-party with us and DJ Catherine Ouellette from 6pm-10pm -...

Cost: Free

Where:
Sheraton Oklahoma City Downtown Hotel
1, N Broadway Ave
Oklahoma City, OK  73102
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An opera for our time. This stirring work delves into the life of Jim Thompson, the real-life Vietnam veteran who was the longest-held prisoner of war in American history, and the issues he faced...

Cost: $35-$50

Where:
Civic Center Music Hall
201 N Walker Ave
OKC, OK  73102
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Sponsor: Painted Sky Opera
Telephone: 405-594-8300
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