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OKC Organization Works To Solve Global Water Issues By Teaching Others By Heide Brandes | Photography provided by Water4 Foundation Globally, at least 1.8 billion people use a drinking water…

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By Christina Clagg Reyes | Photography provided by Arts Council Oklahoma City For nearly half a century, the Arts Council has been delighting the community with the Festival of the Arts,…

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By Sean Becker | Photography by Emily Brashier After a few tantalizingly warm late-winter days, spring will descend upon the city in earnest soon. Spring weather means one thing for metro…

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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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& 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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Facts vs. Fiction with Aaron Tuttle Meteorologist By Christina Clagg Reyes Springtime weather in Oklahoma can be very lovely. But it can also be very dangerous. When it comes to…

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For the Soul By Heide Brandes For Ms. Florence Jones-Kemp, cooking is more than just preparing food. It’s an age-old tradition of sharing stories, of bonding with family and of…

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By Heide Brandes As spring makes its way into Oklahoma, gardens start to come to life. Bulbs and seeds go into the ground, shoots start pushing their way through the…

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Warriors for Freedom – live By Heide Brandes U.S. Marine Chad Allcox fought in the Battle of Fallujah, one of the largest and fiercest battles during the entire Iraq War.…

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