Organizers work to improve health, wellness and quality of life for citizens in northeast Oklahoma City.
Government spending on health care costs in the U.S. was the highest of any nation in 2013.
The parklet was recently moved to the north end of Mickey Mantle Avenue.
“If I just met you one day on the street, I don’t need to know your kid’s birthday or anything like that,” he said.
The new year offers a perfect chance to try out some new restaurants.
The district hopes the business improvement district status attracts adventure seekers and big businesses.
In the Raw is now Dekora! and focuses on Japanese street food.
“I’ll probably do my most popular truffles; salted caramel, raspberry beret, dark chocolate orange and some other ones,” Helsley said.
Establishing a quiet zone will increase safety at crossings and improve the quality of life in Automobile Alley.
Lost & Found opens Jan. 6 at AMC Quail Springs Mall 24.