FOOD & DRINK
OKC Coffee Shop Receiving Threats Over Viral Video
A viral fundraising video from Deer Creek High School is prompting threats and hate from people across the country. The video shows high school students licking peanut butter off other student’s toes, one of the many activities done to raise money for a local coffee shop, Not Your Average Joe.
OAK dev’s live music plans surprise, concern city leaders
OAK dev’s live music plans surprise, concern city leadersDevelopers for OAK in NW OKC have added a more intensive plan for outdoor entertainment than was in their original concept presented to the City of OKC in 2019. Get more Oklahoma City news: Oklahoma City Free Press
A Tribute to Spanish Cove
A dedication ceremony for the Spanish Cove Celebration Garden was Feb. 24 outside the Cove’s Pavilion, 11 Palm. The Celebration Garden is a tribute to all past residents, current residents, caregivers, and supporters of Spanish Cove. Co-creators are Ellen Henson and Lois Stagner. An official groundbreaking ceremony was in...
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OKC Restaurant Week lets people dine out while fighting hunger
OKLAHOMA CITY — Beginning Tuesday, Oklahomans will have the chance to dine out while fighting hunger. Dozens of Oklahoma City restaurants and breweries will be donating a portion of their sales to the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma as part of OKC Restaurant Week. "It's people who can treat...
HOME1947 at Okla Contemporary a heartbreaking portrait of lost homes, histories
HOME1947 at Okla Contemporary a heartbreaking portrait of lost homes, histories"HOME1947 is an ode to my grandparents’ generation, whose stories I grew up listening to," Obaid Chinoy said about the debut exhibition at Okla Contemporary. Get more Oklahoma City news: Oklahoma City Free Press
Up from the Basement. Curators at the Cowboy Museum display ‘Treasures from our Atherton Vault’
OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA – What lies beneath?. Museum curators like David Davis know that what’s on display is only a fraction of what’s actually there. He paints the picture, “So if you imagine about 11,000 square feet of space that is chock full of everything you can imagine.”
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James Pepper Henry, CEO of OKC's First Americans Museum, stepping down at end of March
After spending years working to get the First Americans Museum open and operating, James Pepper Henry is stepping down as executive director and CEO of the Oklahoma City landmark. Pepper Henry, an enrolled member of the Kaw Nation who is also Muscogee, will exit his current position on March 31, the museum...
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