“It is too important of a building to let it go,” Lentz said. “If it was in the wrong hands, it could be altered from the original purpose and the historical character lost.”
Here, we celebrate top scorers in fantasy categories like Best Mustache That Looks Like a Living Organism, Best Name For a Bar That Doesn’t Exist Yet, Best Double Meaning, Best Place to Meet Me, Best Reader Write-Ins, Best New Resident of a State Jail and Best Performing Arts WTF.
Written by Greg Elwell, Brittany Pickering, Jennifer Chancellor, Kory B. Oswald, Taylor Duane and Kaley Patterson. Photos by Mark Hancock, Garett Fisbeck, Keaton Draper and Gazette Staff. Best Place to Volunteer Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma One in four children and one in six adults in Oklahoma do not know where their next meal…
The best of the best local entrepreneurs, entertainers, chefs, personalities and organizations came to celebrate their success and cheer on their peers.
A new food tour, new sandwich and a record breaking Heard on Hurd.
Neoclassical style and modern beliefs collide in Dayton Clark’s work, on display in Norman.
Artist explores relationships and loss and plays the harp.
A metro-area couple is working on a barbershop that provides the sanctity of the barbershop space to those who cannot access one on their own.
Turnpike Troubadours will play songs from their upcoming album at Saturday’s Zoo Amp blowout.
As OKC’s soccer team hits the halfway mark of the season, going to the playoffs seems certain.