In the wake of the Dallas shootings, Oklahoma County police received anonymous thank-you notes for their service.
The worst thing about it, Oklahoma is not the only state in dire straights financially, with the same issues and obsessions.
Herman Marshall moves into Oklahoma, Wine Spectator Magazine names winners, Wine for the People plan Olympic-themed event, B.J. Wexler gets a Slaughter’s Hall sandwich and Topgolf celebrates National Tequila Day.
IEEW presents 10for10 Making a Difference Awards to local women helping businesswomen in Rwanda and Afghanistan.
Travis Traps mixes East with West on Trap Sensei and looks forward to being signed to a label.
The band attacks on three aural fronts: symphonic, choral and psychedelic, and the triune nature of its sound has been its stamp since day one.
Texas-based trio Mothership is inbound to bring another helping of heavy rock ’n’ roll to its devoted Oklahoma City fan base
A food truck dining area in Dallas. Photo Provided “After almost a year of planning, we found out today that it’s really happening,” Wheat said after the DDRC decision. The idea gained momentum after the success of H&8th Night Market, a monthly event in the spring, summer and fall in Midtown. Wheat looked at H&8th…
While the city’s use of sales tax revenue through MAPS has gained the most attention over the past decade, the city has also turned to tax increment financing (TIF) as another way to leverage tax dollars into economic development. By creating a TIF district, the city provides public incentives to developers with the increase in…
With Dallas Buyers Club, director Jean-Marc Vallée (The Young Victoria) takes the cinematic liberty to tell Woodroof’s story, revisiting the 1980s during the early years of the AIDS epidemic, when rampant conservatism, Reagan’s War on Drugs and the Christian right dominated American culture. In what appears to be the role of his career, an overwhelmingly…