For decades, America’s top-tier cities represented a handful of metropolitan regions that seemed to have a monopoly on innovation and culture. Cities like Oklahoma City, in the heart of “fly-over country,” lacked a seat at the table when it came to world-class entertainment and cutting-edge business. Even simpler facets of urban life, such as specialty…
The OKC Thunder coach was fired after seven seasons with the team.
Popular north-side restaurant and food truck Green & Grilled is expanding to Edmond this spring with a new location at 1389 E. 15th St.
NBA star Serge Ibaka is trying to shut the door to his family’s house, but the crowd on the other side is pushing back.
Oklahoma City Thunder’s Serge Ibaka heads home with his Brazzaville-focused foundation.
It’s time again for Oklahoma Gazette’s annual, super-duper official Chicken-Fried News year in review and predictions!
A new ordinance regulating rideshare companies like Uber and Lyft went into effect Nov. 22, and companies have 30 days to submit applications for a license to operate legally in OKC.
The NBA’s long held connection with the glitz of Hollywood, bright lights of Times Square and mocha-colored tan lines of South Beach is giving way to the blue-collar and middle class of Midwestern American markets.
Students saw an NBA superstar, the superintendent saw 1,200 new books for an underprivileged school and the principal was in tears.
New Thunder blue basketball courts are popping up at local parks thanks to the team and OKC parks and rec.