Monthly Archives: February, 2017

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Celebrations in the Metro By Shyla Stokes What has green beer, great food and plenty of live music? If you guessed St. Paddy’s Day in OKC, don your favorite green…

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By Christina Clagg Reyes When you think of severe weather storm prep, you probably imagine sweeping the spiders out of the storm shelter, stocking up on bottled water and crackers,…

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By Tegan Burkhard Ivan Wayne carefully shapes the sculpture in front of him, creating a piece of art he and a majority of the population are sure to deem aesthetically…

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Personal and Aexy By Roxanne Avery The perfectly dressed male cast of “Mad Men” not only wear complementary ties, shirts and suit combinations but also accessories pulling looks together such…

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By Shyla Stokes SPLURGE!: How did CANstruction begin? Julie Coffee: CANstruction is a nonprofit organization founded in 1992 to help fight hunger. The idea was inspired by a group…

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For true Latin flair this spring, seek out vivid pattern, bold color and unique cuts. Use bright scarves in fresh ways and always remember to master the art of enhancing…

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Metro Convenience By Sean Becker In the late 1980s, the Oklahoma Legislature adopted an “Official State Meal.” Weird, right? A state food, sure, we get it. Big crop, tasty livestock…

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& Connections By Tegan Burkhard Once a year, caffeine aficionados sweep through some of the metro’s finest specialty coffee shops in a matter of hours. As an official Caffeine Crawl…

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Of all our senses—hearing, sight, smell, taste, touch—which would you guess people fear losing the most? If you answered “sight,” you’re right! Sight is one of our most prized possessions,…

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By Heide Brandes Photography by Emily Brashier; Tiger Safari Zoo Camping outside the city limits of Tuttle, visitors can lounge by an outdoor fire, stare up at a sea of…

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