Oklahoma Institute for Child Advocacy celebrates youths with its Heroes Ball
Oklahoma’s summer heat brings some people down, but a little hot air can lift them up. Two large, family-friendly hot-air balloon festivals are set to premiere in central Oklahoma this month — one here in OKC and one on Citizen Potawatomi Nation’s pow wow grounds in Shawnee. By Ben Luschen. Cover by Christopher Street. Image…
Oklahoma Railway Museum offers visitors a ride into the past.
Edmond Family Counseling serves thousands of individuals of all ages.
A Luther craftswoman constructs rocking horses by hand.
Penny Candy Books hopes to use its press to start big conversations for youth and families.
Every day, Danny Gordon finds himself surrounded by packs of dogs. In his Comical Canine Studio and School at 7918 NW 23rd St. in Bethany, every wall is filled with comic-style dogs. Beagle puppies poke out of laundry baskets, a Yorkshire terrier wears a T-shirt declaring, “The World Revolves Around Me,” and a dachshund lets…
The expo and career fair is Saturday at Plaza Mayor at the Crossroads.
Current museum director Michael Mares has held the position since 1983.
The Jones Assembly, 901 W. Sheridan Ave., is a top-tier destination, creating a one-of-a-kind dining and entertainment venue for OKC’s Film Row district and beyond. The 225-seat eatery transforms into a 1,600-capacity music hall to host upcoming tours for Willie Nelson, Cut Copy, Matisyahu and more. It’s an anchor in a district primed for renewal.…