Bad in Bed Live!
Bad in Bed Live is a stage show spectacle that is not to be missed.
Beer is Big Business
Solar Power of Oklahoma
Solar Power of Oklahoma Has Its Day in the Sun
Her Flag 2020
Her Flag makes its way across the United States to Celebrate 100 Years of the 19th Amendment
Midtown OKC tenants see lots of park
Journal Record: As the Midtown district grows, so does concern for an important component of more growth: parking.
Kwan’s Kitchen: A World Apart
405 Magazine: Fine Chinese dining in a dream made reality
Kwan’s Kitchen combines traditional
Oklahoma Gazette: Growing up in a family of chefs in southern China specializing in Cantonese cuisine, chef Pak K. Kwan was instilled with the idea that greatness must rise from the bottom.
Rap artist announces plans to open r
KFOR: More than three years ago, the Oklahoma City Council approved a plan to revitalize a large area of northeast Oklahoma City.
23rd Street welcomes three standalon
Oklahoma Gazette: Before Ngyuen became a restaurant mogul, co-founding Project Poke, Milk Box boba, Pig Pen Delicacy, Wingman Kitchen and Afters Ice Cream, he owned a successful clothing brand in southern California.
Los Angeles restaurateur, Instagram
NewsOk: A Los Angeles restaurateur and Instagram celebrity is teaming up with local hip-hop artist and businessman Jabee Williams to open a fast-casual eatery along NE 23 that will specialize in new “poke” cuisine.
NE OKC development attracts hip-hop
Journal Record: Eastside Redevelopment on NE 23rd Street will be successful not merely because it’s being launched by a novel new restaurant concept backed by a popular hip-hop artist, but also for its ownership structure, Pivot Project partner Jonathon Dodson said.
New owners update OKC Outlets, more
Journal Record: Outlet Resource Group Principal Lisa Wagner said the OKC Outlets fit perfectly into the company’s portfolio
OKC Outlets shows off new look as ho
NewsOk: To a retailer, curb appeal can go along way toward getting customers through its doors.
Campaign begins for State Question 7
Tulsa World: Victims’ rights advocates formally kicked off their campaign for passage of State Question 794, otherwise known as Marsy’s Law, on Wednesday with news conferences in Tulsa and Oklahoma City.
Oklahoma City Pro-Am Classic brings
Oklahoma Gazette: Chad Hodges has some advice for fans who might be new to the world of observing cycling races: Find an inside corner to watch, listen to and feel the cyclists as they zoom past.
Gary Busey receives Oklahoma Film Ic
Oklahoma Gazette: In a career spanning more than four decades, Gary Busey is a legend in his own right.
Former Page Woodson School gets reim
Oklahoma Gazette: “We didn’t know what we would do with the building,” developer Ron Bradshaw explained to Oklahoma Gazette when standing in the newly renovated auditorium lobby in the 90,000-square-foot building, historically known as Douglass High School and last known as Page Woodson School, in northeast Oklahoma City.
Redeveloped for residential use, for
The Journal Record: Chris Allen is a graduate of a historic high school. Now he gets to live in one.
Historic former school property east
NewsOk: Even now, with millions being reinvested in his long-neglected John F. Kennedy neighborhood, the Rev. Jesse Jackson can't say for sure what prompted his congregation to stay when so many others left long ago. So he can only guess, "stupid or stubborn."
Oklahoma City's Tamashii Ramen serve
NewsOK: Talk of comfort food in these parts is apt to spur visions of batter-fried chicken or beef cutlets with cream gravy and mashed potatoes to dance in your head.
OKLAHOMA MAGAZINE: OKC’s Midtown culinary titan continues to deliver on its early promise.
Crawford Buys Majority of WeGoLook
The Insurance Journal: Global claims management firm Crawford & Co. has acquired a majority interest in WeGoLook, an online and mobile inspection firm that calls itself the “Uber of inspections.”
Crawford said it agreed to pay $36.1 million for an 85 percent stake in WeGoLook, which is based in Oklahoma.
Oklahoma startups are cashing in
NewsOK: Chalk up WeGoLook, LLC's deal with Crawford & Co. as another success story for i2E and the Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology.
Smith to stay at WeGoLook
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Smith to stay at WeGoLook
By: Dale Denwalt The Journal Record December 8, 2016 0
WeGoLook CEO Robin Smith will stay with the company for at least five years after it’s acquired by an international insurance firm, she said.
Distiller opens wine cellar
The OKC Cellar: An industrial park north of downtown Oklahoma City is an unlikely place to find a high-end wine collection. That’s why Hunter Merritt thought it would be the perfect place for his family’s latest venture, The OKC Cellar.
McNellie's rolls out Yokozuna
The Journal Record; Yokozuna sushi and Pan-Asian restaurant in Chisolm Creek's Tract 30 building has nearly twice the seating of its two Tulsa-area predecessors.
H&8th Returns Friday with more
NewsOK; The food-truck driven phenomenon returns for its fourth full season, spanning the stretch of North Hudson Avenue between NW 6 and NW 10 streets in Midtown. Hours are 7 to 11 p.m., but crowds typically begin to form around 6.
Chivas match for Mexican-born player
NewsOK; Oklahoma City Energy FC midfielder Luis Martinez has been a Chivas de Guadalajara fan all his life. He can't remember soccer without the club of his home state of Jalisco, Mexico.
Oklahoma City to debut new event
RedDirtReport; OKLAHOMA CITY – In a continuing trend of making Oklahoma City a top destination for arts, culture and sports, a new three-day festival was announced Friday that will make Oklahoma City a hot spot for professional cycling.
Energy FC mentor Special Olympics
NewsOK; Emma and the Oklahoma City Energy FC defender are part of the Energy Sidekicks program that pairs young Special Olympics athletes with Energy players. The program started in early 2015. Eighteen Oklahoma City Energy FC players were partnered with 18 Special Olympics athletes from Oklahoma with goal of giving support, mentoring and friendship to the young athletes and their families.
H&8th Night Market returns
NewsOK; Oklahoma TenaCity, a family-friendly cycling festival spanning three historic districts in downtown Oklahoma City, will make its public debut June 3-5.
iFly Indoor Skydiving to host event
KFOR; OKLAHOMA CITY - Do you have some physical limitations getting in the way of seeking adventure?
Fields & Futures
NewsOK; A few months ago, Oklahoma City Energy FC co-owner Tim McLaughlin stood on the sidelines of a youth soccer game in south Oklahoma City and couldn’t help but smile when he saw how many parents were cheering on their kids.
Restaurant openings in OKC area
NewsOK: Three new restaurants opened in town last week, and this week the McNellie's group opened its first sushi concept on this side of the state.
Yokozuna opens in Chisholm Creek
Red Dirt Report: OKLAHOMA CITY – Jorge Palacios, head chef at Oklahoma City’s newest sushi and Pan-Asian concept restaurant Yokozuna, is cradling a giant salmon like a baby.
Cookbook author, Hank Shaw, in OKC
Oklahoma Gazette: Shaw’s new cookbook, Buck, Buck, Moose: Recipes and Techniques for Cooking Deer, Elk, Moose, Antelope and Other Antlered Things, is a testament to the principles of self-reliance he learned. His book tour visits Oklahoma City 8-10 p.m. Monday at The R&J Lounge and Supper Club, 320 NW 10th St., and 6-10 p.m. Tuesday for a guest chef venison dinner at Ludivine, 805 N. Hudson Ave.
DRG Keeps It All In the Family
NewsOK: Over the past decade, Oklahoma City-based Delaware Resource Group has grown from a small aerospace operation founded by the Busey family to employing more than 650 people worldwide.
Ludivine: Dinner on the Ferris Wheel
NewsOK: It was the perfect party recently at Wheeler Park, 1701 S Western. Staff at Ludivine Restaurant and members of the Wheeler District got together and provided a themed dinner called “Le Restaurant Francais of the 1939 World Fair.” It was a sold-out party for the seated dinner on the rotating Ferris wheel.
DRG soars from new headquarters
NewsOK;Gather yourself before walking into DRG's new corporate headquarters — and not because you might catch the cutting edge of mission- critical air defense training and logistics.
Over 40 food trucks on H&8th roster
NewsOK; As Brandy McDonnell reported a couple of weeks ago, the one and only H&8th Night Market for 2016 is scheduled for Friday, June 3, as part of the Oklahoma TenaCity event that carries through Sunday of that weekend.
iFly OKC now open
KFOR; Oklahoma City-Attention thrill seekers, there’s a new adventure in the metro.
Health officials improve south OKC
NewsOK; Three years ago 73111 was officially the unhealthiest zip code in Oklahoma County. The northeast Oklahoma City neighborhoods suffered from high tobacco use, unhealthy eating habits and lack of exercise. Substance abuse was also an issue. Heart disease ran rampant in the zip code, and residents had very little access to healthcare and health resources.
Around Town: A Creative Dinner
Journal Record;With as many creative people as there are in Oklahoma City who have shaped the community and helped fuel its renaissance, it’s hard to believe there are more ideas out there. But this week, another creative idea flourished at the new Ferris wheel overlooking the Oklahoma River.
Oklahoma Gazette;En Croute is a new, locally owned bar, restaurant and fromagerie, or cheese shop, for non-French speakers. It is also the brainchild of managing partners Crosby Dyke and Jonathon Stranger, with partners Tracey Zeeck, Robbie Haggard and Andrew Rice.
H&8th reveals June music lineup
NewsOK;When Oklahoma City's biggest food truck and music celebration returns 6 to 11 p.m June 3 for its newly annual party, you can expect a healthy amount of live performances during the free to attend family- and pet-friendly street festival. And as always, you can find H&8th fun near the corner of Hudson Avenue and NW 8th Street in Oklahoma City’s Midtown district.
Sprawling Producers Coop in OKC
NewsOK; The sale of the largest plot of land available for development in downtown Oklahoma City is set to close next spring with a group of local investors led by Bob Funk Jr. buying the 37-acre Producers Cooperative plant south of Bricktown.
Indoor Skydiving Lands In OKC
NewsOK; Before trying indoor skydiving at iFly, Oklahoma City's newest entertainment destination, I made sure to ask an instructor for his best advice.