O’Connor: EastPoint continues to build people and community

Published Wednesday, April 7, 2021

It’s Friday evening at Kindred Spirits and the patio is filling with conversation and the sounds of the band warming up. On lead guitar is Dr. Lunn, the family physician from Centennial Clinic next door, having finished with his day seeing patients since 8 a.m.


Paseo Arts Association opens call for two artist-in-residence programs

Published Tuesday, April 6, 2021

Two great artist-in-residence opportunities have opened up through the Paseo Arts Association: the Skirvin Paseo Artist Creativity Exposition and the newly established Paseo Arts and Creativity Center artist-in-residence position.


Wheeler District Ferris wheel opens April 3

Published Monday, April 5, 2021

“We look forward to seeing family and friends enjoying the outdoors while taking in an unmatched bird’s eye view of downtown."


New 'AudaCity' podcast: The Modern Frontier + Beer, First Americans Museum, Dodgers & Energy, elections April 6, more

Published Thursday, April 1, 2021

VisitOKC VP of Destination Marketing Lindsay Vidrine joins us to tell us about The Modern Frontier campaign and the new branded beer and future plans. We also talk about the First Americans Museum’s upcoming fall opening, the OKC Dodgers’ and Energy FC’s in-person plans and schedules, election info for April 6, and RIVERSPORT’s opening plans.


Spring brings farmers market, other fun to OKC

Published Wednesday, March 31, 2021

We are all ready to resume social activities. The perfect way to satisfy the urge while keeping yourself and others safe is to participate in one of Oklahoma City’s many outdoor events in April.


OKC makes recent '10 coolest cities with lowest cost of living’ list

Published Wednesday, March 31, 2021

With an 86.6 cost of living index combined with an array of attractions, culture, and entertainment, Oklahoma City made PureWow’s top ten list featuring the “coolest cities with the lowest cost of living” in the nation.


Oklahoma City keeps top-10 unemployment rate

Published Friday, March 26, 2021

According to the most recent data released by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the Oklahoma City MSA’s unemployment rate improved slightly to 4.7% in January.


West Village and Independent Shopkeepers Association launches contest for pop-up spaces

Published Thursday, March 25, 2021

Newmark Robinson Park, West Village and the Independent Shopkeepers Association announce The Pop-Ups at West Village will accept applications from Oklahoma businesses through April 11.


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