“One is a safe place where gamers and geeks can go and everything is catered to them. The TVs won’t have sports on them, and things won’t get too rowdy.”
Recent incidents of terrorism and cultural and generational differences pose problems for Muslim Oklahomans, especially during the holiday season.
But makers are the ones who turn possibility into creation. Cowan’s grandmother would approve.
For many shoppers, the event has become an annual holiday tradition.
“There’s not one centralized headquarters where Doctor Doom is meeting or a Legion of Heroes are hanging out in a boardroom.”
Creation is an act of defiance. Where there is nothing, creation puts something. For a group of Oklahoma City creatives and entrepreneurs, there is no way of life but to make. Whether sewing together felt robots, carving down giant blocks of wood or putting bubbles into a bottle of soda, they are driven to fill…
“It’s like being productive and drinking at the same time,” Gozlan said.
After a few days in the classroom, Thompson realized his students would teach him to become a great teacher and he just needed to listen.
Tickets for the educational road trip are $60 and include meals and entertainment.
Kevin Sine, owner of 51st Street Speakeasy, said Tuesdays might be so slow that it’s barely worth being open … except for trivia. Those stopping in for a nip at Speakeasy after8 p.m. on a Tuesday might be hard-pressed to find a table in the non-smoking wing. Similarly, Live Trivia nights are flourishing across the…