Whether you call it soda, pop or (the ill-advised) soda pop, fizzy drinks have gone fancy.
Food and Drink Features Christina Nihira
While summer is still a scorching celebration, try treating yourself to a
decadent soda. Curious cream sodas, spicy ginger ales, rich root beers,
tart citrus beverages with genuine bitterness, complex colas — they’re
all chilling out there beside surprising, one-of-a-kind flavors as
diverse as cucumber, chocolate and jalapeño oil.
Local restaurants are picking fresh veggies from their own gardens to present hyper-local meals.
Features Vivian Boroff
Any gardener can tell you that there is a great sense of pride and
accomplishment when you can pick something fresh from your garden and
use it in your own kitchen. Nothing beats the flavor of produce picked
at the stage of perfect ripeness, whether it be an heirloom tomato, or
the smallest of berries and herbs.
In the Raw goes for big style in Bricktown. Luckily, it has a sushi menu to back it up.
Restaurant Reviews Joshua Boydston
There’s a lot of stock put into
image with sushi joint In the Raw. From the highly marketable and
perfectly suited name, to the refined-but-fun interior and the elegantly
simple sashimi, it’s an attractive, stylish place.
Watch the Choctaw folksinger pick, chat about life on the farm.
Local guy Ryan Lawson has a Twitter handle, but not a TV or access to the Internet. Interesting.
He’s also got a bunch of good, authoritative songs in folk, country and bluegrass styles, so maybe there’s something to living out on the fringe. He also plays his guitar the approximately the same angle Paul McCartney played his bass, which you can watch below, thanks to the “Chevy Bricktown Showcase”: