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Union made

With a rotating menu and fresh fare a Guthrie restaurant pleases every taste bud.


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Greg Elwell
You might think Guthrie is an odd place to open a locally sourced, ingredientdriven, high-end taqueria. And, as someone who used to work in Guthrie part of the time, I would agree with you.
 
Wednesday, July 30, 2014

More Alligator’s

Updated water park offers adventures for kids of all ages.


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Anthony Lalli
A fun all-ages adventure location in Oklahoma is about to get better. Located just down the highway at 3300 Market Place Drive in Norman, Andy Alligator’s recently announced a $1.3 million expansion to its Fun Park.
 
Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Animal crackers

Local animal companions eat for free with the Pet Food Pantry of OKC.


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Kevan Goff-Parker
Kim Pempin’s lifelong passion for all creatures four-legged started with her best friend, the family’s dog, an American Eskimo named Honey.
 
Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Grand Master Hart

For local author and recent Edgar Grand Master Award-winner Carolyn Hart, success is no mystery.


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Devon Green
Carolyn Hart started off writing mysteries as a lark. She was a reporter with young children at home, and she saw a contest in Writer Magazine. They listed writing contests in the back, and this one called for a mystery for girls ages 8-12.
 
Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Visionaries awarded

Four leaders are honored for their work in the community.


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Alissa Lindsey and Ben Felder
The Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits will honor four nonprofit leaders for their work throughout their communities with the center’s fourth annual Visions awards.
 
Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Birthday wish

A birthday donation gives a day of joy to children with life-threatening illnesses.


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Alissa Lindsey
Make-A-Wish Oklahoma will grant about 10 additional wishes this summer thanks to a $50,000 donation by the Cresap Family Foundation in honor of Trustee John Cresap’s upcoming 50th birthday.
 
Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Central sustainability

Green programs in OKC are reinforced by the partnership of two sustainability-minded organizations.


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Josh Hutton
In an effort to expand sustainability programs in the Oklahoma City area, Sustainable OKC (SOKC) has partnered with the University of Central Oklahoma (UCO). The partnership brings SOKC under the UCO Foundation’s umbrella, granting the nonprofit organization 501(c)(3) status, a tighter infrastructure and a pool of student volunteers through UCO’s Volunteer and Service Learning Center.
 
Wednesday, July 23, 2014

First Contact

A local writer and artist unleash a fresh perspective on the American superhero.


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Emily Anderson
A fat, lazy slacker who suffers from hangovers might not be the typical superhero, but he is the hero in Brian Winkeler’s first graphic novel Knuckleheads: Fist Contact, a comedic story that takes a fresh perspective on the all-American superhero.
 
Wednesday, July 23, 2014

FOOD BRIEFS: Have a cold one

The Plaza District will soon welcome a brick-and-mortar home for Roxy’s Ice Cream Social.


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Devon Green
More food and drink options are coming to the Plaza District, and they’re in the form of booze and ice cream.
 
Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Native foodie

Local chef Loretta Oden cooks up a special recipe of Oklahoma history with a tantalizing exhibit and video series about our food and its origins.


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Devon Green
Loretta Oden is a treasure. She has a wealth of information about native foods, native peoples and Oklahoma’s cultural food life since before natives’ contact with Europeans.
 
Wednesday, July 16, 2014

OWL you need is camp

NewView Oklahoma readies for its 14th annual Oklahomans Without Limits Camp for blind and visually impaired kids.


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Devon Green
Ah, summer camp, a chance to be away from the parents and school, make new friends and maybe learn something. There’s a special opportunity for blind and visually impaired children in Oklahoma to do just that.
 
Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Fashionable revolution

Fashion and social change take the runway at the fourth annual JEWEL Fashion Show.


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Ryan Croft

JEWEL Fashion Show
6:30 p.m. Tuesday
Gaillardia Golf & Country Club

5300 Gaillardia Blvd, Oklahoma City ieew.org
$100 advance purchase online only

 
Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Third Thursdays

The Gaylord-Pickens Oklahoma Heritage Museum continues to nurture state pride with its new Third Thursday event for children and parents.


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Alissa Lindsey
The Gaylord-Pickens Oklahoma Heritage Museum is cultivating connections between Oklahoma youth and history with stories and crafts at its new Third Thursday event.
 
Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Threads count

Look great whether you’re headed to work, out to play or the local honky-tonk.


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Kory Oswald
Men’s fashion is not an oxymoron. While some men succumb to whatever is the least soiled in the laundry pile or baggy khakis and a crumpled polo shirt, it doesn’t mean all men couldn’t care less about their attire.
A man must look good. Go for a job interview in a Metallica T-shirt and you had better be applying for a roadie position with the band. But looking good isn’t a chore; it can be easy if you follow a few guidelines.
 
Wednesday, July 9, 2014

OKGshop summer vacation


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Devon Green
Summertime and the living’s easy … especially when you are staring down a vacation.
 
Wednesday, July 2, 2014
 
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