Monthly Archives: August, 2015

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As of 2010, according to the National Institutes for Health, more than 1 in 3 U.S. adults are obese. Obesity affects more than 78.6 million U.S. adults and is one…

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Day Out With Thomas It’s “Steamies” versus “Diesels” and our favorite No.1 engine is right on track! Thomas the Tank Engine™ is pulling into the Oklahoma Railway Museum for the…

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Take a drive around Oklahoma City and you’ll find a unique mix of street names. In recent years, Oklahoma City has named streets and alleys after contemporary celebrities. For example,…

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When was the last time you made a conscious decision to recommit to your goals, passions or desires? Commitment is defined as the state or quality of being dedicated to…

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Every September, thousands of people gather in Oklahoma City to experience the Oklahoma State Fair. The crowds gather to try the latest fair foods, listen to several genre of music,…

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If any of you were to take the time to look through my Instragram page, you would find a plethora of pictures of my dog Lincoln. He accompanies me anywhere…

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Walking into Natausha Spears’s closet feels as though you are walking into a high-end boutique. Designer brands such as Trina Turk, Gucci, Christian Louboutin, and Tory Burch adorn her hangers…

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Shaquile Robinson was as good as dead. The 21-year-old Oklahoma City woman had just given birth to her first child, Thomas. But his arrival was bittersweet. Robinson experienced post-pregnancy heart…

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Somewhere among Yukon’s typical landscape of rolling grass fields and bright open skies lies a treasure that is anything but typical. Jerry Hunter’s Sundance Airport has become the largest…

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Allen Parlier and his wife, Elia Woods, stand at the vanguard of Oklahoma City’s exploding urban agriculture movement. As co-owners of Commonwealth Urban Farms, their mission, though it unfolds in…

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