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Best of OKC 2013 – Places

Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma Best place to volunteer REGIONAL FOOD BANK OF OKLAHOMA 3355 S. Purdue Its motto is “Fighting hunger … feeding hope.” Volunteers help the largest private hunger-relief organization in the state do this by sorting and distributing enough food to feed 90,000 people every week. That’s vitally important in a state

OKG7 places to treat yo’self!

Sweete Memories Specialty Bakery6501 N. Maysweetememories.com842-4799 You’re familiar with its signature box. You know the one — white with cellophane wrapping and a gold sticker. Inside, it’s the perfect frosting-to-cookie ratio. Cookies aside, Sweete Memories also lets you indulge in lemon bars and chocolate chews, as well as special orders. 1 Smart Cookie12100 N. Rockwell1smartcookie.com721-5959

Boxed in

Box, a developer and owner of The Greens Country Club, said he has has few alternatives in connection with the sacred dome, which long ago lost its glistening golden look of yesteryear. His top options include the sale of the property or its demolition. Box is losing $10,000 a month on the old, vacant bank


Best place to volunteerREGIONAL FOOD BANK OF OKLAHOMA3355 S. PurdueMaybe someday we won’t need the food bank, but until we live in Utopia, more than 90,000 bellies rely on the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma every week. In turn, the food bank relies on volunteers to help with special events, sorting donations and food distribution.

smag 7

Jam out and chow down Here are seven places to hang when you want to catch some musical talent and tasty cuisine. These places have developed loyal customers that chill out, and not to worry, you don’t have to get all gussied up. Here, it’s all about the food and music. —Carol Smaglinski, photos by

Sneak peek

For what it’s worth, here’s a vague idea of what’s cookin’ at the Capitol! SB 14: Sen. Josh Brecheen, R-Coalgate: Repealing Art in Public Places Act and the Art in Public Places Revolving Fund and the Art in Public Places Administrative and Maintenance Revolving Fund. SB 37: Sen. Jim Wilson, D-Tahlequah: Sex education; requiring sex

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