Monthly Archives: May, 2015

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Quick, show of hands, how many people have seen an opera? Yes, we’ll even let it count if you just watched something on PBS. OK. Now, how many people can…

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In this current climate of dubiously named organizations, it is tempting to succumb to cynicism. Let us not mince words—Political Action Committees, or PACs, shoulder much of the blame here.…

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Human trafficking is a foreign concept to many. It’s easy to imagine human trafficking as a tragedy that simply doesn’t materialize on United States soil. Hollywood images of human trafficking…

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People are surprised when they hear that I’ve never done CrossFit. They see my ripped arms, my six pack, the legs of a warrior princess and wonder how I got…

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The Great Depression that hammered the domestic economy between the world wars left a mark on the people who lived through it. Anyone with parents or grandparents who endured the…

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Wilshire Gun is a different kind of gun range. It caters to experienced shooters. It also has a mission to help those who want to learn more about firearms and…

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Founding Editor of The OP Life Irene Gianos is the founding editor of The OP Life, the Oklahoma City based blog centered around living a lifestyle On Purpose. You can…

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Perhaps it’s wishful daydreaming that brought so many designers to create such tropical prints. And, if so, we are right there with them. The variety of gorgeous accents and appealing…

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Which organ of the body is composed of more than two million working parts, uses the most muscles and requires about half of the brain to get involved? If you…

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As Summer approaches and the temperature rises so does style out on the streets of OKC. Rachel is wearing Habitual white jeans, Marc Jacobs magenta bag, and Steve Madden…

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