For some, Halloween is an excuse to scare people witless. Here are three horrific haunts outside the OKC metro.
The History Press will hold a book signing for author Jeff Provine at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 22 at Full Circle Bookstore, 1900 Northwest Expressway.
The mother-daughter duo that created the House of Night book series bids farewell to a decade-long story at an Oct. 15 book signing.
For writers seeking to strengthen their style or figure out where in God’s green earth the comma goes, Oklahoma City’s literary community offers help.
Take a short walk south on Hudson Avenue, pause between 10th and Ninth streets and gaze east. For maximum effect, do this at sundown on a Monday or Tuesday, when people are largely absent.
Heard on Hurd street festival is confirmed as a once-a-month block party in Edmond.
A men’s fashion shop is set to open its permanent home in the bustling Midtown district.
The Peace, Love & Goodwill Festival at the Myriad Botanical Gardens this weekend promises fun for everyone while raising money and awareness for Goodwill Industries of Central Oklahoma and its mission.
Halloween is right around the corner – these local businesses will help you do it up right.
The Plaza District Festival celebrates its sweet 16 with a Plaza Fest of epic proportions.