Locals with a desire to write another chapter in Oklahoma City’s renaissance story drive the redevelopment project on NE 23rd Street.
In Oklahoma City’s urban core, the question is where to grocery shop. Two new projects provide an answer.
Jewel Theatre is the only African-American theatre in Oklahoma City that has survived through the decades.
The bond referendum and MAPS projects would fund further infrastructure and capital improvement projects in OKC.
OU’s College of Architecture, the OU Humanities Forum, the African and African American Studies program and the Women’s and Gender Studies program supported the project.
T. Sheri Dickerson, Marina Mangiaracina and incumbent John Pettis Jr. will be on the Feb. 14 election ballot.
The district hopes the business improvement district status attracts adventure seekers and big businesses.
Oklahoma City Water Utilities Trust chooses new wastewater treatment management, the Chickasaw Nation makes a bid for The American Indian Cultural Center and Museum and Oklahoma City Council bans smoking on OKC property.
OKC City Council Credit: Mark Hancock Their approaches James Greiner represents northwest OKC’s Ward 1 while John Pettis Jr. leads the residents of Ward 7, primarily in the city’s northeast section. Both enjoyed landslide victories against incumbents. The two possess some innocuous similarities. This is their first time to hold public office, both are young…
OKC city hall Credit: Mark Hancock With Marrs and Kelly no longer at the council chamber’s horseshoe, 14 combined years of council experience are being replaced by rookies James Greiner and John Pettis Jr., two men who now find themselves in the middle of critical decisions, including several MAPS 3 projects. The new council members…