Keep this issue! Oklahoma Gazette’s Summer Guide features 22 pages with more than three months of event listings and stories about upcoming events throughout the state. Learn about festivals, concerts, art exhibits, performing arts events, concerts, youth camps and activities, sports activities and more. By Gazette staff. To read the full story, pick up your…
OKC’s unique ties to Puebla, Mexico, make its Cinco de Mayo celebration extra special.
Pop Up Shops sets up in Edmond’s Hafer Park for a day of shopping, live music, food trucks and fun.
“A lot of people that get a team have done it for numerous years, but we always have room for new people as well,” he said.
The Bella Foundation hosts a fundraiser with legendary football coach Barry Switzer.
This week celebrates April 20 (420). In pot parlance, that means it’s time to smoke. As Oklahoma’s debate for or against the legalization of medical or recreational cannabis rages, Oklahoma Gazette collaborated with University of Oklahoma journalists and the school’s campus newspaper, The Oklahoma Daily, to report on related issues. See our joint coverage in…
“We decided we can no longer continue down this road until we get to the point where the whole system just breaks,” Gomez said.
A national initiative aims to get people active and renew their interest in public parks and outdoor activities.
Rayo OKC’s April 2 opener was the first professional sports event in the history of Yukon.
“The park is more people-friendly than ever,” said Christina Foss, Arts Council of OKC director of communications.