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Mall makeover

Changes are in store for Penn Square Mall.


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Moose Tyler
The holidays are not typically the best time for shopping malls to do renovations. There’s enough chaos without the added hassle of construction. That’s why most of the renovations at Penn Square Mall weren’t scheduled to begin until after the New Year.
 
Wednesday, January 2, 2013

Your cheatin’ heart

Suspicious about your spouse? Spying is easier than ever, thanks to some unique local businesses.


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Dean Anderson
If your cheatin’ heart doesn’t tell on you, then Kathleen Close most certainly will.
 
Wednesday, January 2, 2013

Deck those halls

Take advantage of after-Christmas deals.


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Jenn Scott
I guess you could say that I’m into the holidays.
 
Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Bridge over clean water

OKC-based Water4 brings water — and jobs — to the places of the world that need it most.


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Moose Tyler
Clean water is essential to a healthy existence.
 
Wednesday, December 26, 2012

The three E’s

The new dean of St. Paul’s Cathedral is focused on education, the environment and the economy.


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Greg Horton
As the new dean of St. Paul’s Cathedral, Justin Lindstrom said his role as priest means ministering to the entire metro community, not just his church at 127 N.W. Seventh.
 
Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Auto fixation

A newly opened shop gives drivers a chance to save money by repairing their own vehicles.


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Dean Anderson
Jason Peters and David Duong long had kicked around the idea of opening up their own garage, but with hectic, big-salary jobs, neither thought they would do it.
 
Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Lend a little

A unique book-sharing program for neighborhoods is on its way to OKC.


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Patrick Crain
Technology has grown so that the entertainment-delivery systems of past decades seem wholly antiquated.
 
Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Label me this

To market and back.


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Jenn Scott
Not so many moons ago, shopping in the metro wasn’t known as a mecca for high-end labels.
 
Wednesday, December 19, 2012

All is bright

The metro shines with displays of holiday lights and decor.


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Gazette staff
Once a year, for about a month or more, people can get away with eye-popping light displays plastered outside their home or business in the name of seasonal decor.

And not just “get away with it,” either, but celebrate it, photograph it and commemorate it with song.

’Tis the season! As photographer Shannon Cornman found, there’s plenty of shining — or twinkling, as the case may be — holiday spirit to soak up among area neighborhoods and icons.
 
Wednesday, December 19, 2012

A novel idea

Celebrate beauty and brains.


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Jenn Scott
The air outside is finally taking on a bit of a chill, which means you no longer have to sweat while you’re dressing for a season that’s 20 degrees warmer than it should be.
 
Wednesday, December 12, 2012

If I were Santa ....

Notable Oklahomans tell us what they would do.


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Gazette staff
There must be a lot of perks to being Jolly Ol’ Saint Nick. You have scores of elves to do your bidding. Families across the globe lavish you with milk and cookies. With a magical sleigh, you never have to fly Southwest.
 
Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Womb Dwelling

A beloved Tulsa store opens a sister location in Oklahoma City.


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Sarah Lobban
Mary Beth Babcock is the ultimate entrepreneur.
 
Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Trees a charm

The Tree Bark Foundation celebrates its 25th anniversary with a special program over the holidays.


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Gina A. Dabney
For a unique way to give this holiday season, a program by the Tree Bank Foundation offers an opportunity to purchase a live tree or donate ornaments for a family in need.
 
Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Deluxe shopping

Get your holiday shop on!


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Jenn Scott
“Deluxe,” “indie,” “craft” and “bazaar” are all words I like very much.
 
Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Better to Give

A new website helps give would-be donors information on local charities.


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Kent Anderson
Philanthropy is often driven by emotions: The donor has a desire to improve the community, but savvy givers want to know more than just the bumper-sticker summary of an organization’s mission.
 
Wednesday, December 5, 2012
 
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