A metro-area couple is working on a barbershop that provides the sanctity of the barbershop space to those who cannot access one on their own.
Turnpike Troubadours will play songs from their upcoming album at Saturday’s Zoo Amp blowout.
Lindy Shanbour loves people, his employees and the movie business. He gets to interact with all three every night through the summer as he runs Winchester Drive-In, 6930 S. Western Ave., a busy place in the midst of celebrating its 47th anniversary. Shanbour, who owns the Winchester, still cannot imagine dropping out of this type…
311 paves its own road to music success and celebrates 25 years together at Monday’s Oklahoma City tour stop.
So let’s really celebrate America the way Americans do best: by eating some of it.
Franks Wurst turns out food that is perfect for a night of drunken debauchery or people who just like food prepared by someone who gives a damn.
Fresh, authentic fare is available from a variety of local food trucks that offer everything from Irish cheddar potato cakes to off-the-grill onion cheeseburgers, organic local juices and even Chicago-style tacos.
OKC Phil’s annual Independence Day celebration returns to State Fair Park.
J. Chris Johnson stands in front of his sprawling and stunning new art show at Brass Bell Studios, 2500 NW 33rd St., and talks about all the paintings he hasn’t yet made.
Tulsa-based jazz fusion icon Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey headlines this year’s inaugural WestFest street party, joining almost 20 music acts in a celebration of the eclectic district.