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John Tarkington, co-owner of Threshold Climbing + Fitness & Yoga, admits he is a bit of an adrenaline junkie.more»
The Bricktown loop of the new downtown streetcar system is just weeks away from track completion, officials said Monday.more»
A nice space can close a deal for a store that sells snazzy clothes.more»
The Aldi store at 13301 N. Pennsylvania Ave. has been a part of the neighborhood since 2004.more»
On Tuesday, July 18, City Council approved a deal with Omni Hotels to develop a headquarters hotel that will support the MAPS 3 Convention Center.more»
OKLAHOMA CITY – Frontier Airlines is returning to Oklahoma City after a two-and-a-half-year absence with daily flights to its Denver headquarters hub.
Airports Director Mark Kranenburg said Tuesday that Frontier has also committed to flights out of Will Rogers World Airport to Orlando, Florida, and San Diego, California. The details of Frontier’s investment in Oklahoma City are still being worked out, he said, but the company appears to be interested in staying at Will Rogers well into 2018.more»
OKLAHOMA CITY – In the last five years, Hungry Town Concepts LLC has opened two restaurant concepts: The Mule and Anchor Down. The group will bring on a third eatery this fall, The Press, at 1610 N. Gatewood Ave.
Growing from two restaurants to three means the owners – Roger Eleftherakis, John Harris, Joey Morris and Cody Rowan – will have to rely on their staff more. They’ll be focusing their efforts on renovating the 1940s building into a restaurant and opening the eatery.more»
In the cuddly-cute and sometimes comical world of baby apparel, an Oklahoma City mother saw a need for competition.more»