Monthly Archives: March, 2015

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If you’re wondering why spring in Oklahoma seems to come with a whole new round of runny noses, we have the answer. According to Mother Nature Network (mmn.com), Oklahoma City…

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Rick Sinnett is a full-time muralist who paints vibrant, Oklahoma-inspired murals across the state. From the incredible converted silos of the Rocktown Gym to the 420 E. building in Norman…

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There’s only one place you can experience tornado-like winds, create snap-circuits, and learn the physics behind hot air balloons all in the same hour: Science Museum Oklahoma. When I enter…

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Music, Art, Food & Culture Attract Thousands to Arts Festival, Norman Music Festival April may bring spring showers, but it also brings thousands of visitors to central Oklahoma for two…

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T.S. Eliot, the Modernist poet responsible for inspiring the Broadway musical Cats, abandoned his United States citizen status after moving to Europe as a young man. Eliot was certainly influenced…

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The first Saturday in May is Kentucky Derby day, the most celebrated day in thoroughbred horse racing. The first weekend in March marked the opening of the 2015 quarter horse…

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Heather is a free spirit wandering the SOSA (south of St Anthony) district looking for a fashion deal and craft coffee in OKC. Printed harem pants from Anthropologie, Monteau Fringe…

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With an economy heavily tied to the fortunes of the oil and gas industry, Oklahoma has seen its share of booms and busts over the past half-century. For most of…

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Team Arapahoe Resources Ups the Game for Competitive Cycling in Oklahoma City Every weekend until mid-October, Oklahoma City will pedal its way into the spotlight of hundreds of competitive road…

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