Marian Wright Edelman, a civil rights activist, will speak in the Distinguished Speakers Series for Oklahoma City University.
Locals help girls in Nigeria use Ankara fabric native to their country to roll beads and create jewelry.
The Oklahoma City Public Schools District is partnering with the nonprofit Operation Warm to raise funds to combat the problem of a lack of winter coats.
Environmentalists will gather for the People’s Climate March at the Oklahoma City Municipal Building on Sunday at 1:30 p.m. The march is intended to negate what Peace House director and event organizer Nathaniel Batchelder calls the majority of state politicians’ “climate denial.” “There are virtually no scientists today that disagree with the premise that global…
A local festival gives youth opportunities to be active and enjoy live music.
Oklahoma Center for Community and Justice’s second annual Oklahoma City Humanitarian Awards honors five.
The Red Earth Art Center, 6 Santa Fe Plaza, has a lot to celebrate, and it is doing things up right.
CEO and president of Citizen’s Bank of Edmond has created Heard on Hurd, an H&8th-style food truck street festival that Edmond can call its own.
Local author Amy Dee Stephens concludes the story of the first 112 years of the Oklahoma City Zoo with her new book, on shelves now.
Learn about super heroes and their comics at this local comic shop.