405 Magazine - Slice June 2013

Exchange

A give and take about a legacy of spreading happiness, the staying power of the BC Clark jingle, learning to juggle and more with fourth-generation jeweler Coleman Clark.

Shine On

There’s something about the vast, richly painted Oklahoma skies at dawn and dusk that draw the eyes of Slice readers – or at least their lenses. As the longest days of the year approach, this compilation indicates why sunrises and…

Retrospective

Remembering the way we were with a look back at the dining-and-disco groove of the Nichols Hills-adjacent club Michael’s Plum.

Girlfriends’ Weekend

Wondrous window shopping, distinctive cuisine and entertainment options from dinner theater to an enormous wine festival – Grapevine, Texas demands far more time than a mere layover.

The Right Scruff

Somewhere between a full beard and a clean, close shave is the happy medium of the three-day beard. Just ask these happy, be-stubbled metro men.

June’s Top 10

The season of festivals means tempting options for all in film, music, cultural awareness and more – it’s a big, busy metro out there, so if you can’t make it to everything, here’s where to start.

Live & Lovely

Music hath charms to soothe the savage heat, and when the talent is this incredible and the price (free) this unbeatable, staying inside is for suckers. Enjoy the Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Kirk Whalum and many, many more at Norman’s Jazz in June and the Charlie Christian Music Festival in Bricktown.

The Golden Age

It’s the 50th anniversary season for Oklahoma City’s Lyric Theatre, so the musical theater masters are celebrating by taking audiences to new heights: the Civic Center moves to the jungle treetops for a dazzling adaptation of Disney’s “Tarzan.”

The Hit Parade

Movie lovers, rejoice: independent cinema’s best and brightest are headed to Oklahoma City for the 13th annual deadCENTER Film Festival. With options ranging from locally filmed shorts to star-studded dramas and documentaries, the choice of what to see is up to you ... with a little help from our full schedule.