405 OKC Now

Love Blooms

  Curbside Flowers in Oklahoma City is the floral shop extension of the Curbside Chronicle – Oklahoma’s first and only street magazine employing and those experiencing homelessness. What started as a holiday exception has blossomed into a brick-and-mortar establishment serving…

Artistic Movement

  Any art can move its viewers, but rarely is motion so manifest in the pieces themselves. Moving Visions: Op and Kinetic Art of the Sixties and Seventies, a new exhibit opening in February at the Oklahoma City Museum of…

Regain your Refund

  Tax season is an annual economic stressor for many in the 405, especially for low and medium-income families. As W-2 forms make their way into mailboxes across the state, a number of Oklahomans face a choice they may be…

Round About Way

  Sitting in Reata, downtown Fort Worth’s popular destination for Southwest cuisine, I thought a cultural singularity was imminent when I heard George Strait’s voice on the playlist. Had it been “Does Fort Worth Ever Cross Your Mind,” the singularity…

One Room at a Time

  What started as a home furnishing and design dream became a local staple in Norman spanning over 60 years.   Bob and Sara Jean Calonkey opened Mister Robert Fine Furniture & Design on Oct. 1, 1958. The single storefront…

Still Here

  “Still Here: The Cosmology of Black Resistance,” a major art installation at Myriad Botanical Gardens, will be available to the viewing public both in person and virtually beginning this month.     The work is an interdisciplinary installation and performances…

Life Without Music

  Days before New Year’s Eve 2020, President Donald Trump signed a $900 billion stimulus package, providing temporary economic relief for millions of Americans. Within the bill is the Save Our Stages Act – a $15 billion relief package to…