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College Hill neighbor Mary Sosa addresses
Capitol Hill and College Hill residents and
stakeholders as planner Shannon Entz listens
at a Strong Neighborhoods Initiative meeting last week. (Laura Eastes)

The City of Oklahoma City teamed with struggling neighborhoods to revive their areas

The City of Oklahoma City teamed with struggling neighborhoods to revive their areas

When Oklahoma City’s downtown and nearby districts began to see economic revival, the city teamed with struggling neighborhoods to revive their areas.

Trolley Stop Record Shop owner John Dunning keeps thousands of vinyl records in stock at his new store location in the old Penn Theater. (Photo Ben Luschen)

Trolley Stop Record Shop brings vinyl records and live music to the Classen Ten Penn neighborhood

Owner John Dunning recently located his record store from a smaller location at NW 16th Street and Classen Boulevard.

Factory Obscura’s founders and artist team worked for nearly three months installing its Shift installation at Current Studio. | Photo Mark Hancock

Cover story: Factory Obscura’s Shift is a gateway into an immersive art world

The immersive art installation runs through Feb. 25 at Current Studio.

​Every Mans Dream at Stone Sisters Pizza, Monday, April 24, 2017.  (Garett Fisbeck)

Food briefs: Maples Barbecue, Current Studio dinner, Stone Sisters Pizza Bar and more

Todd Woodruff opens Austin-style barbecue restaurant Maples Barbecue; Current Studio pairs its Embrace exhibit with a dinner by Patrick Clark II; and Sheli Reynolds, Tami Lake and Traci Stone team up with Cally Johnson to open Stone Sisters Pizza Bar.

Jason Pawley works on a mural at Eugene Field Elementary, Monday, March 20, 2017.  (Garett Fisbeck)

Classen Ten Penn neighborhood, Plaza District, local artists rally to return art to Eugene Field Elementary

“We wanted to come up with a model that could potentially be replicable in other schools as well as something that is sustainable for the long-term,” Karper said. “It is an opportunity for artists, but it also benefits students.”

Evolve artists at Current Studio.  (Garett Fisbeck)

Current Studio presents a new exhibit with three connected parts

Participating artists include Sarah Engel-Barnett, Suzanne Thomas, Erin Latham, Kelly Rogers, Lauren Zuniga, Holey Kids and Beau Sparks.

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