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Gazedibles: Asian tour

Oklahoma City is known for oil derricks, tornados and, as of late, a pretty successful professional basketball team. Slightly less well-known is how the city welcomed in refugees following the Vietnam War, which also opened OKC to the world of Asian cuisine. Decades later, it’s easy to find top-notch food from a variety of countries.

The Art of Brunch kicks off a new exhibition with a gourmet outdoor meal

People are crazy for brunch. So Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Center decided to make a crazy brunch for the people. The Art of Brunch debuts 10:30 a.m. June 17 at Campbell Art Park, 1146 N. Broadway Ave. Oklahoma Contemporary event manager Jayme Phillips described the happening as an “Alice in Wonderland garden party circus.” “This is

The DiAngelo pizza at Moni's Pasta and Pizza. (Cara Johnson).

Moni’s Pasta and Pizza is a hidden Italian gem

The rise of retail districts across Oklahoma City is rewriting the way we talk about our town. Uptown 23rd District, The Paseo Arts District, 16th Street Plaza District, Bricktown, Western Avenue, NOMA — these are terms of location, yes, but also a shorthand for the way we feel about the metro. Each district elicits a

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Food Briefs: National Pollinator Week at Myriad Botanical Gardens, Oklahoma Craft Beer Summit, Beats & Bites and more

Busy bees Myriad Botanical Gardens offers two sweet ways to celebrate National Pollinator Week, which draws focus to the valuable environmental roles played by butterflies, bats, birds and bees. Buzzing Bees 2-3:30 p.m. June 17 in the Terrace Room of Crystal Bridge Tropical Conservatory in the gardens, 301 W. Reno Ave., is a class for

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