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Depending on the weather, Arts Council Oklahoma City said crowds for Opening Night 2018 could swell as large as 50,000. | Photo Arts Council Oklahoma City / provided

Opening Night returns for its 32nd year as an OKC New Year’s Eve institution

Opening Night returns for its 32nd year as an OKC New Year’s Eve institution

While the midnight fireworks display is free to all, the night’s many entertainment options are open only to those who have purchased an Opening Night wristband.

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Riverwind Casino’s Beats & Bites festival concludes its 2017 season Aug. 12

The Norman festival draws inspiration from similar events like Midtown’s Eats on 8th and Edmond’s Heard on Hurd.

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Peace, Love & Goodwill Festival returns with music, food trucks, princesses and more

The family festival is 10 a.m.-9 p.m. Sunday at Myriad Botanical Gardens.

A happy bunch chats away on the patio in front of Saints, during Live on the Plaza, 9-13-13.  mh

Food Briefs: Wine of Fame, Trader Joe’s, Oklahoma Innocence Project, EdFest and Fall Taste of Philippines

Wine of Fame kicks off Oct. 28, Trader Joe’s opens, Oklahoma Innocence Project holds catfish fry, EdFest is Oct. 14 and Fall Taste of Philippines is Oct. 8.

Smag 7: At-ease appetizers

The Wedge4709 N. Western 602-3477 Its antipasto is a sure winner. Wedge acquires in-season roasted beets, fennel, sweet potatoes and red potatoes that are from the community or grown in their very own garden. Talk about local! The platter holds Italian-cured meat, kalamata olives and two other perfect accompaniments: fresh mozzarella and rich and creamy

Smag 7: At-ease appetizers

The Wedge4709 N. Western 602-3477 Its antipasto is a sure winner. Wedge acquires in-season roasted beets, fennel, sweet potatoes and red potatoes that are from the community or grown in their very own garden. Talk about local! The platter holds Italian-cured meat, kalamata olives and two other perfect accompaniments: fresh mozzarella and rich and creamy

Smag 7: At-ease appetizers

The Wedge4709 N. Western 602-3477 Its antipasto is a sure winner. Wedge acquires in-season roasted beets, fennel, sweet potatoes and red potatoes that are from the community or grown in their very own garden. Talk about local! The platter holds Italian-cured meat, kalamata olives and two other perfect accompaniments: fresh mozzarella and rich and creamy

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