By Lillie-Beth Brinkman, Callie Athey and Helen Ford WallaceFor The OklahomanQUESTION: A lot of my friends are members of book clubs and garden clubs in Oklahoma City.Read more on NewsOK.com
By Josh WallaceStaff email@example.comYear after year, a street festival in northeast Oklahoma City continues to grow as more people in the community take a vested interest in what a city official referred to as a renaissance in that area.
“We’re promoting equity.Read more on NewsOK.com
By Brandy McDonnellA version of this story appears in Saturday's The Oklahoman.Long-awaited return: Annual Red Earth Festival brings Native American artists and culture to downtown Oklahoma CityAlthough the sun was shining outside Friday morning, a storm was brewing in vibrant purples, yellows and crimsons inside the Cox Convention Center.“There was a lot of that on the way out here,” said Baje Whitethorne Sr., of Flagstaff, Arizona, considering his depiction of a kaleidoscopic cloudscape over a majestic purple landscape.Read more on NewsOK.com
Long-awaited return: Annual Red Earth Festival brings Native American artists and culture to downtown Oklahoma City
By Brandy McDonnellFeatures firstname.lastname@example.orgAlthough the sun was shining outside Friday morning, a storm was brewing in vibrant purples, yellows and crimsons inside the Cox Convention Center.
“There was a lot of that on the way out here,” said Baje Whitethorne Sr., of Flagstaff, Arizona, considering his depiction of a kaleidoscopic cloudscape over a majestic purple landscape.Read more on NewsOK.com
By Kaelan DeeseBusiness writer KDeese@oklahoman.comHusband and wife business partners are bringing back the classic look and feel of old-time barbershops to the Oklahoma City metro area.
The storefront is called V's Barbershop, a franchise that started 20 years ago in Phoenix.
Franchise owners Sharif and Stacie Khan moved to Oklahoma City from Houston one year ago.Read more on NewsOK.com
By Hallie HartStaff WriterHHart@oklahoman.comEDMOND — With inspiration from a young athlete, Porter Berry pledged to stop feeling sorry for himself.Read more on NewsOK.com
By Kayla BranchStaff Writerkbranch@oklahoman.comThere was an 8 percent increase in the official number of people experiencing homelessness in Oklahoma City, according to the 2019 Point in Time count results released Tuesday.Read more on NewsOK.com
Staff reportsTuesday will be warm and rainy in Oklahoma City, the National Weather Service reported.
Scattered showers and thunderstorms are expected, mainly between 8 a.m.Read more on NewsOK.com
Staff reportA tip off between NBA star Blake Griffin and Mayor David Holt on Sunday kicked off the opening of downtown’s newest park, Together Square.
Directly west of Myriad Gardens, the area features a basketball court branded by the Team Griffin Foundation, a futsal soccer pitch branded by The Energy Assist Foundation and a large open space for public use.Read more on NewsOK.com
By Richard MizeReal Estate editor email@example.comThere is life after high school for some intellectually disabled adults in Moore and south Oklahoma City, thanks to The Sparrow Project.There is life after high school for some intellectually disabled adults in Moore and south Oklahoma City, thanks to The Sparrow Project.
The Sparrow Show Home fundraiser June 8-23 will make it easy for people to support the nonprofit while touring "the most incredible and new and upcoming trends in home furnishings," founder Allison Richey said.
The new home, just finished by Craig Smith Building, is at 12901 Endor Court in the upscale Rivendell neighborhood.Read more on NewsOK.com