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Coolgreens to add locations beyond state lines

Published Monday, February 11, 2019

The new Coolgreens menu is anticipated to help the Oklahoma City-based restaurant company expand outside state lines.

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New public art projects commissioned

Published Wednesday, February 6, 2019

If you only think of monuments when you hear the term “public art,” you need to schedule a public art tour of Oklahoma City. Since adoption in 2009 of an initiative that requires 1 percent of the construction budget for public projects to be spent on public art, Oklahoma City’s public art scene has significantly changed. There are now dozens of murals, sculptures and art installations across the city.

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Wes Anderson-infused Banquet Cinema to open this month

Published Monday, February 4, 2019

Infused with the spirit of iconic filmmaker Wes Anderson, Banquet Cinema is set to introduce Oklahoma City to a new way approach to viewing movies that combines a pub with two theaters showing new and classic movies, televised sports and other community favorites.

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OKC becomes a "gigacity"

Published Friday, February 1, 2019

It's well-known among politicians, investors and entrepreneurs that the Internet — and access to it — is an economic engine. It helps connect Americans to education and government services. It serves as a platform for new ideas and companies that wind up changing the world. And it reduces costs for consumers and businesses everywhere.

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Madhopper joins Brewers Union

Published Friday, February 1, 2019

A brewing business with culinary flair has joined the Brewers Union and will start selling beer on Saturday.

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Scissortail Park lake filling up as opening set for September

Published Friday, February 1, 2019

The lake at Scissortail Park is set to be completed and filled this month, and plans are progressing for an opening in late September that will include four days of festivities, including concerts and a parade.

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New brewery on Film Row taking beer back to basics

Published Wednesday, January 30, 2019

Although west downtown is home to several breweries, the Film Row Historic District is getting its first.

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OKC transformation highlighted in State of the City

Published Wednesday, January 23, 2019

Mayor David Holt recently gave his first State of the City address. Hosted by the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber, the event is an opportunity to reflect on the past year and discuss the city’s trajectory for the next year. As you can imagine, the city’s renaissance and our residents’ continued commitment to invest in our city were highlighted in Mayor Holt’s address.

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