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OKG Newsletter

Topic: architecture

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Good one, Keith

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Carol Smaglinski
Keith Paul, co-owner with Heather Paul and Sean Ray of A Good Egg Dining Group, proved he really is a good egg when he was chosen recently as one of 20 people nationwide to be profiled in the book “Restaurant Owners Uncorked: Twenty Owners Shares Their Recipes for Success.”
Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Modern architecture on display

10th annual Architecture tour showcases unique metro design


Courtney Silva
In celebration of this year’s Architecture Week, the American Institute of Architects Central Oklahoma Chapter will host its 10th annual Architectural Tour from noon to 5 p.m. Saturday.
Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Next stage

While Stage Center's future remains cloudy, it's hardly the first obstacle in the iconic building's history


C.G. Niebank
An eccentric masterpiece of modern architecture, Oklahoma City’s Stage Center is a longtime subject of both conversation and controversy.
Wednesday, July 13, 2011

The NYT profiles the Coyne compound

‘People assume we are just gobbling handfuls of acid all the time.’

Back in 2008, The New York Times visited Wayne and his wife’s strange digs -then in the middle of a remodeling- here in Oklahoma City. They recently returned to document the compound operating at full capacity.

Click through to read a fun interview with him, and see some really incredible photographs of the compound, shot by Casey Dunn

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Final Stage?

Stage Center needs deep pockets and committed partners to ensure the building a viable future, according to a new renovation study.


C.G. Niebank
Stage Center may be regarded as a masterpiece of avant-garde modern architecture, but the building’s age, unusual configuration, dilapidated condition and the lack of a single well-financed tenant appear to have turned it into a Gordian knot for both the building’s owner and the local theater community.
Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Devon celebrates topping out tower


Kelley Chambers
The Devon tower finally looks like the Devon tower. While still several months from completion, the steel frame of the building is in place – all the way to the top. Windows climb more than three-fourths of the way up the tower.
Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Tour this

OKG7 things to do

Gazette staff
Support the Oklahoma City Foundation for Architecture and Preservation Oklahoma with Saturday’s Architecture Poker Run.
Wednesday, October 12, 2011

R.I.P., The Bavinger House: 1955-2011


Gazette staff
One of the state’s most treasured examples of architecture is for sale … unfortunately, piece by piece. Norman’s iconic Bavinger House is being sold off by its very — irony alert! — conservancy.
Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Save the stage

Admirers of OKC’s unique Stage Center say it’s worth keeping.

Performing Arts

Larry Laneer
Since the 2010 downtown flood forced the closing of Stage Center, Central Oklahoma architects have taken the lead in trying to save and restore the beleaguered structure.
Wednesday, January 4, 2012

Falling down


Gazette staff
Reality knows a good metaphor when it sees one. The state Capitol building is falling apart.
Wednesday, January 11, 2012