Monthly Archives: October, 2015

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BY JESSICA VALENTINE It’s so easy to take the blessings in our lives for granted, especially when it’s difficult to see them amid clouds of worry and stress. It’s the…

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New children’s book explores Oklahoma City bombing through eyes of memorial fence BY Heide Brandes    Photos By Emily Brashier “The fence company opened at 6 a.m. on April 19, 1995……

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BY Sean Becker | Photos by Emily Brashier Oklahoma claims a relatively short tenure within the greater context of the United States. Let’s be honest—being admitted as the 46th out…

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By Shyla Stokes I grew up making pies every Thanksgiving with my grandmother. My cousins and I would stay over at my grandparents’ house the Wednesday before popping popcorn and watching…

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By Jessica Valentine  |  Photos Provided by Mesta Park resident & Dr. Jim Pickens Mesta Park is easily perceived as one of the most unique neighborhoods in Oklahoma City. The…

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BY Christina Reyes You’ve worked really hard to stay healthy all summer. You eat right, you stay hydrated and you exercise a few times a week. But now it’s November…

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BY TEGAN BURKHARD  |  PHOTOS PROVIDED BY NBC Oklahoma City’s Chase Kerby has come a long way from his early days as a musician, spent singing in strip malls and…

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By Jason Doyle Oden | Photos Provided by Honoring America’s Warriors The Oklahoma City metro area and Oklahoma, in general, are appreciative of what our military veterans have done…

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OKC Ballet Kicks off Holiday Nutcracker, New Role In Community BY HEDIE BRANDES      PHOTOS PROVIDED BY OKC BALLET As the Oklahoma City Ballet gears up for the re-energized production of…

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WHAT TO LOOK FOR & WHERE TO FIND THEM Irene Gianos is the founding editor of The OP Life, the Oklahoma City based blog centered around living a lifestyle On…

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