Free Will Astrology: week of April 2

ARIES (March 21-April 19): "If all the world's a stage, where the hell is the teleprompter," asks aphorist Sami Feiring. In my astrological opinion, you Aries are the least likely of all the signs to identify with that perspective.

“OKC Zoo @ Two” schedule for March 30 – April 5 announced

Digital series presents Zoo experiences daily at 2 p.m. CT during closure
Despite an indefinite closure related to the unprecedented COVID-19 public health emergency, the Oklahoma City Zoo remains hard at work fulfilling its mission to connect people with the world’s vanishing wildlife!

PRESS RELEASE Oklahoma Humane Society raises funds with quirky "Stay at home with your pet" shirts

The Oklahoma Humane Society is raising funds by selling "Stay Home With Your Pet" shirts amidst social distancing practices, which can be purchased at

Free Will Astrology: week of March 26

ARIES (March 21-April 19): Your oracle comes from Aries poet Octavio Paz: "The path the ancestors cleared is overgrown, unused.

Take a virtual tour of Henry Overholser Mansion

If you've ever wondered what Henry Overholser Mansion looks like on the inside, wonder no more.

New York Times crossword: Ready, Set... Gets Low!

Key from March 18 issue's puzzle

Dance at home with Oklahoma City Ballet

Sheltering in place doesn't mean we can't still be active, and technology allows us to get our exercise inspiration from all over the world — or just across the city. Many professional dancers staying at home are going live online and posting videos of classes so you can take a little ballet break from the comfort of your living room (or kitchen or bedroom — you get the idea). The great thing about a basic ballet class is you really don't need any special equipment or clothing.

It's craft time!

Keep yourself busy with craft items from local stores.
More time at home hopefully means more time for crafts.

PRESS RELEASE Oklahoma State Department of Health tips for washing hands

Wash, wash, wash, your hands!

PRESS RELEASE LifeSquire launches virtual babysitting to support parents working from home

LifeSquire, Oklahoma’s assistant resource, announces the launch of its virtual babysitting service to support parents through Coronavirus shutdowns.

OKC Animal Welfare reduces adoption fees

Oklahoma City Animal Welfare announced today that it is temporarily lowering adoption fees to reduce shelter overcrowding.

OKG Lifestyle: Cate Jones

OKG’s Picks EAT Mosh Pit Fries at Burger Punk WATCH Di me Rancho a Tu cocina (YouTube)

Free Will Astrology: week of March 19

We interrupt your regularly scheduled horoscopes to offer insights about the virus-driven turning point that the whole world is now experiencing.

PRESS RELEASE OKC ZOO announces pre-purchase discounts, launches interactive digital series during indefinite closure

OKC Zoo @ Two digital series presents zoo experiences daily at 2 p.m. CT starting Thursday, March 19.
Despite an indefinite closure related to the unprecedented COVID-19 public health emergency, the Oklahoma City Zoo remains hard at work fulfilling its mission to connect people with the world’s vanishing wildlife!

New York Times crossword: What's shaking?

Key from March 11 issue's puzzle

Alcoholmanac: Spirited tradition

The 30th anniversary of St. Patrick’s Day Block Party is this Saturday. Jim D. Brewer, called “the father of Bricktown,” started the party in 1990.
The landscape of Bricktown might look different than it did when Jim Brewer began buying vacant buildings on the eastern side of downtown Oklahoma City, but the spirit remains the same.

Cover: Stay golden

Oklahoma Contemporary’s inaugural exhibition in its new facility draws inspiration from local light.
After months of construction delays caused by Oklahoma’s notoriously unpredictable

OKG Shop: Funky junk

Decades Revisited Vintage Mall has shared one-of-a-kind antiques with the Oklahoma City area for over five years.
For an antique enthusiast, Decades Revisited, 3639 NW 39th St., might be a dangerous destination, only because shoppers are sure to find something that will catch their eye.

Motorcycle diaries

As an African American motorcycle drag racer, TomBo Racing founder Tommy Bolton won titles and set a record.
The first time he saw a motorcycle, Tommy Bolton knew what he wanted to be when he grew up.

Straight up

Brandy Mayes’ A Shot of Brandy podcast features interviews with local artists and entrepreneurs, and his Creators Create studio will help people start their own.
Brandy Mayes discovered podcasts three years ago, and he was immediately impressed.

Food Issue: In good spirits

A Midtown retailer caters to both amateur and professional mixologists wanting to raise the bar with better ingredients and supplies.
It wasn’t so long ago when Oklahoma bartenders had to go to great lengths to tap into the nation’s ever-expanding array of specialty bitters, mixers and bar tools while also being stifled by the state’s strict and confusing blue laws.

Food Issue: Soul food

SixTwelve’s First We Dance, Then We Greet, Then We Eat series creates community through cooking and dancing lessons.
Growing up in New York City suburb Rockland County, Marie Casimir belonged to a community of open doors.


Card-Making Fundraiser @ Southgate Baptist Church

Card-Making Fundraiser @ Southgate Baptist Church

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