City officials look into improving Classen Boulevard for pedestrian and bike traffic, three OKCPS graduates are being inducted into the Wall of Fame and Oklahoma City Police should receive body cameras by the end of the year.
Midtown is now officially part of the downtown OKC family, but some business owners are not happy about it.
Oklahoma City public schools hire for new positions, OKC church honors victims of Charleston shooting, Bob Barry is mourned, homes receive repairs and OKC Pride was a hit.
Good Egg(s) Before he took the stage, Blair Humphreys, a board member of Plaza District Association, commented on Oklahoma City’s constant love of celebrating its success. “It’s in our DNA,” he said recently at 2015’s Urban Pioneer Awards Luncheon, an annual event celebrating the neighborhood’s renewal and honoring this year’s honorees, Keith and Heather Paul,…
Ten years ago, Oklahoma voters approved a ban on gay marriage. Almost every year since, the state Legislature earns national media attention when it repeatedly proposes what many see as anti-LGBT legislation.
Expansions to public transit make life easier for many OKC residents, but some say more services are still needed.
Oklahoma City police officers offered crime prevention tips and talked about neighborhood design in a recent meeting in south OKC.
The films kickoff tonight at deadCENTER, including he premier of “The Real Enemy,” a documentary short by Tate James & Daniel Giles Helm, which explores the 2014 “Black Mass” event in Oklahoma City and the Catholic church’s efforts to derail the event.
“It was really fun but also a little bit dangerous,” Poarch said. “You didn’t know if the wheels were going to come off or what you were getting yourself into. But now, the [festival] is smooth and pretty, like a Cadillac.”
deadCENTER Film Festival’s second Oklahoma Film Community ICON award winner is Chip Fudge, a man who has helped expand the event’s presence into urban Oklahoma City and the growing Film Row district.