Seventy five residents took part in the first Trailhead OKC urban hike on Sunday, completing a 6.2 mile journey through nearly every corner of downtown Oklahoma City.
Over 1,000 volunteers took part in Rebuilding Together OKC’s annual rebuilding day, which repaired 30 homes in the Classen Ten Penn neighborhood in west Oklahoma City.
A close relationship between city leaders made a difference in the hours and days following the April 19, 1995 bombing in Oklahoma City.
Georgie Rasco talks with Oklahoma Gazette about the importance of neighborhoods and the work of neighborhood associations.
This cluster between Midtown and downtown is one of dozens across our urban landscape where new restaurants, coffee shops and art galleries have opened, giving Oklahoma City renewed economic hope after decades of decay.
Each year, its survivors and victims are commemorated, and this week, a series of memorials, events and productions pay tribute to the men, women and children who lost their lives.
So long “Your paper once called me a ‘grumpy old man,’” Councilman Pat Ryan (pictured) told the Oklahoma Gazette reporter in his office before a long pause. “That’s the only thing you’ve ever got right about me.” Ryan, a 10-year member of the Oklahoma City Council, often came across as a man with rough…
Twenty years have passed since the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building on April 19, 1995. In this issue, Oklahoma Gazette looks at how it still impacts city development and growth, how our interfaith communities pulled together and why our reaction helped redefine our city and state. P.4, 6, 14, 26, 29, 30…
Oklahoma City’s architectural identity is embodied in the all-too-often competitive forces of historic preservation, innovation, development and destruction.
Oklahoma City celebrates its eclectic style, development and redevelopment this week during Architecture Week. It runs through Saturday with tours, awards ceremonies, photo exhibits and youth events. OKC’s economic growth propels continued building and impacts the possible survival of the central business district’s few remaining historic structures. On the cover: Award-winning 828 Residence. Story by…