Author: Greg Horton

Sincerely Yours

  A pop-up coffee shop adjacent to Commonplace Books in Midtown will introduce customers to one of the city’s new roasters, Ian Flemming and his Sincerely Coffee Roasters. (And he’s definitely heard all the James Bond jokes he needs for…

Philanthropic Power

  What better time to make a powerful push for good? Impact Oklahoma awarded $185,000 in grants to five charities at its annual meeting – held virtually – in May, with $100,000 going to St. Luke’s Meals on Wheels, a…

Edgar, Elmore, Lou

  Author and Oklahoma City native Lou Berney describes himself as “a lazy person, except when it comes to writing.” He is talking about his background, specifically the number of jobs from which he’s been fired, on the Author Stories…

Myth and Murals

  The first city-sanctioned mural for the SW 29th District Association is complete. Chicano artist and Oklahoma City resident Narciso Argüelles worked with two, young emerging artists to complete the four-panel mural on the east wall of Joe’s Transmission Shop…

Manufacturing Parity

  Oklahoma breweries and wineries are not going to see additional revenue from home deliveries that would be granted to bars and restaurants under the provisions of SB1928, should Governor Stitt sign it. The bill, authored by Rep. Kevin Wallace…

Chef Homecoming

Chef Shelby Sieg, the local chef who famously beat Chef Bobby Flay on his own Food Network show, is “returning home” to the Plaza District. Sieg helped The Pritchard’s reputation as a wine bar with outstanding food before leaving to…

Crisis Concepts

  Oklahoma City’s culinary landscape will definitely be different when the COVID-19 crisis subsides, and in ways no one can yet predict. We have already seen some permanent closings, but what has been most surprising, perhaps, is the restaurateurs who…

Wine Online

Two local restaurants are teaming up with a popular Oregon winery for a virtual wine dinner in May. The event is both a display of cooperation in the midst of crisis and a test of technological innovation for the future.…

Keeping the faith

The phrase “socially distanced, but spiritually connected” has been making the rounds in in Oklahoma. For communities of faith, the concept is counterintuitive: community implies gathering.    Given the government-issued safety directives, most faith communities have complied and canceled gatherings.…