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Consumption Junction

Vegetarian Christine Eddington and omnivore Greg Horton chew the fat (or kale) about their dietary preferences.

Good Taste: The Sushi Bar

The Sushi Bar happily capitalizes on the medium’s potential for creativity; diners are invited to embark on a tasty treasure hunt.

The Art of OK History

In “Picturing Indian Territory,” the Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art looks back at pre-statehood portrayals of Oklahoma – all by visiting artists.

The Out-of-Bounds-House

Lauren Hammack’s humorous revelation that you can’t go home again, and why that can be that’s a good thing for hygiene.

A Recipe With Depth of Flavor

Humble Pie’s Matthew Heard makes deep-dish pizza to be proud of – and also a tasty vodka pasta sauce, whose recipe he shares here.

Pre-Oscar Season Highlights

On Film: Before the season of prestige pictures gets underway, check out some of the best of 2016’s film offerings so far to be found on leading streaming services.

The Barnetts' Edgemere Estate

The Barnetts prefer a home that’s gained some character through age, and have created a colorful space in Edgemere Heights.

Get Wrapped up in Fashion

A selection of cozy throws and blankets to ward off winter’s chill in style.

At the Bar: Red PrimeSteak

Blackberries, lime, gin and the lightly bitter liqueur Amaro Nino combine for a deliciously complex beverage you’ll find hard to say farewell to.

OKC’s Vegetarian Bounty

Citing better nutrition and environmental impacts, plus greater local availability of meatless dining options, Christine Eddington makes a case that vegetarians rule and why you should become one.

Hall of Fame Honors

The Oklahoma Hall of Fame welcomes a new class – 6 outstanding, high-achieving examples of the state’s citizenry – as the 89th group to be inducted.

November Must-Dos

Local artists pondering Utopia at Current Studio, Ben Vereen at OCCC, a big sale of small western works, outstanding Paseo artists and Reflections of Hope.

A Future Art Focus

A chat about Italy, Oklahoma skies and the future of the OKC Museum of Art with curator Francesca Giani.

Favorite Things: Tulips

Tiptoe through this Norman boutique to find plenty of new merchandise to love.

Ride by the River

Ride ’em, OKC! Take a look at a new riverside attraction: Oklahoma City’s new Horse Park.

Guthrie’s Masonic Fable

In a series devoted to fact-checking Sooner State folklore, M.J. Alexander investigates the persistent myth that Guthrie has the world’s biggest Masonic temple.

Recreation and Parks in Indiana

With museums, a great zoo, plenty of shopping and dining, Indianapolis is much more than home to a racetrack.

Vermouth for You

Tips from the pros about concocting your own custom-flavored vermouth at home, spiced however you like.

Art on the Airwaves

Manager Brad Ferguson talks about classical station KUCO’s ongoing mission to bring art to the radio.

The Total Package for Movie Making

On Location: As a new production based on Western novel The Mustanger and the Lady demonstrates, Oklahoma is making great offers to out-of-state filmmakers.

Down Memory Lane

Taking a look back at Oklahoma businessman Vince Orza’s sketch for relaxed family dining at the much-loved Garfield’s chain of restaurants.

Cattlemen’s Historical Trail

After more than a century in business through OKC’s booms and busts, Cattlemen’s remains comfortably at home on the range.

Comfort Food You Crave

OKC is filled with possibilities for stellar steaks and sophisticated takes on classic comfort food. Consider Greg Horton’s visceral evidence that omnivores rule and why you should remain one.

New Metro Restaurants

After some pleasantly filling research, we’ve compiled a list of more than 24 new eateries you should take for a taste test – enjoy.

The Month in Music

A look ahead to a return home from Oklahoma sensation Carrie Underwood, plus reviews of new albums for the approaching holiday season.

Style Is in the Bag

Sensational handbags to complete your look 8 colorful handbags available in OKC to keep fashion by your side this fall.

Oklahoma’s Amish Festivals

M.J. Alexander ponders how our Amish communities have changed, and how many of their traditions remain the same.

In the Midst of Gorillas

A journey to Rwanda puts adventurous trekkers in the land of the apes while visiting a family of gorillas in their natural habitat.
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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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