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Tuesday, August 14, 2018

Get down Uptown

UpTown 23 Mural

Perhaps no district is considered a better testament to OKC’s renaissance than Uptown 23rd. Stretching from Broadway Ave. to Pennsylvania Ave. and in between 22nd and 24th Streets, Uptown 23rd is considered one of the biggest cultural hubs in OKC: It’s home to several of our most acclaimed restaurants, favorite local landmarks, entertainment of all kinds, shopping, events and more! Locals and visitors alike agree that Uptown 23rd is one of OKC’s most vivacious areas and something everyone owes themselves to experience.

Check out this video for more on Uptown 23rd.

Uptown 23
Posted by: Greater Oklahoma City Chamber
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Sweet tooth

Kitchen 324 Pie

OKC’s pretty sweet; literally and figuratively, of course. Yes, it’s pretty sweet that we live in a city on the rise, but you know what else is sweet? Cake. Ice cream. Candy. Cupcakes. Pastries. Indeed, as sweet as it can be to live in OKC in the midst of its renaissance, it’s much sweeter when you have a massive slice of cake just begging to be eaten right in front of you. So never fear, TheBetterLife is here to help you satisfy your sweet tooth from the comfort of your own city. This is by no means an exhaustive list, just some of the local favorites! If you don’t see your favorite(s) on here, be sure to let us know!

Cakes, Cupcakes, and Pies: Brown's Bakery, Cuppies and JoeKitchen No. 324, Green Goodies, Ingrid’s, Leo’s Cakery, La Baguette, Nothing Bundt Cakes, Pie Junkie, Pinkitzel, Sara Sara Cupcakes

Ice Cream: Braum’s, Capitals Ice Cream, Roxy’s Ice Cream Social

Fudge and Specialty Candies: Russell Stover Chocolates, Woody Candy Co, Kernels & Kandies, Stockyards Sarsaparilla, Sweet Prairie Home

Cookies: Brown's Bakery, Cuppies and Joe, Eileen’s Colossal Cookies, Ingrid’s, Insomnia Cookies, Roxy’s Ice Cream Social

Donuts: Brown's Bakery, Humble Donuts, Kitchen No. 324, Best Donuts, Holey Rollers, Hurts Donut, Sweet Mini’s Donut Company

Our friends at the CVB have just as big of a sweet tooth so check out their videos of the best cookies and pies in OKC.

   

food, restaurants
Posted by: Greater Oklahoma City Chamber
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Get to know your city government

OKC City Hall

As election season heats up in OKC, it’s becoming especially important to remind everyone how vital local government is and how important it is to vote! But we don’t just urge you to vote, we encourage you to vote wisely. It’s important to know the issues and it’s perhaps equally as important to know who your local politicians are and where they stand on the issues that are most important to you—remember, they’re representing you and your city! So, in the interest of helping you get more acquainted with the inner workings of your amazing new city, here’s links to where you can learn more about OKC’s local politicians:

The Mayor
City Council
City Manager

community, government
Posted by: Greater Oklahoma City Chamber
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Things to Do & See: August 14 - August 20, 2018

OKC Dodgers Uniform

Tuesday, August 14
Bricktown Beach; All day; Bricktown; This event is free.
Wheeler Crit; 5:30 p.m.; Wheeler District; This event is free.

Wednesday, August 15
Bricktown Beach; All day; Bricktown; This event is free.

Thursday, August 16
Bricktown Beach; All day; Bricktown; This event is free.
Slayer; 4:30 p.m.; Zoo Amphitheatre; Ticket prices vary.

Friday, August 17
Bricktown Beach; All day; Bricktown; This event is free.
Iowa Cubs vs. Oklahoma City Dodgers; 7:05 p.m.; Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark; Ticket prices vary.
Whitey Morgan; 8:30 p.m.; Diamond Ballroom; Ticket prices vary.

Saturday, August 18
Bricktown Beach; All day; Bricktown; This event is free.
Cat Video Fest; 7 p.m.; Myriad Botanical Gardens.
Tobymac; 7 p.m.; Frontier City Theme Park; Free with park admission.
Iowa Cubs vs. Oklahoma City Dodgers; 7:05 p.m.; Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark; Ticket prices vary.
Vince Gill; 7:30 p.m.; Civic Center Music Hall; Ticket prices vary.

Sunday, August 19
Bricktown Beach; All day; Bricktown; This event is free.
Iowa Cubs vs. Oklahoma City Dodgers; 3:35 p.m.; Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark; Ticket prices vary.
Sunday Twilight Concerts; 7:30 p.m.; Myriad Botanical Gardens; This event is free.

Monday, August 20
Bricktown Beach; All day; Bricktown; This event is free.

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Posted by: Greater Oklahoma City Chamber
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Tuesday, August 7, 2018

Coming “rail” soon

Streetcar Testing

If you’ve spent anytime near downtown recently you know that something big is happening. That something big is the OKC Streetcar and we are just months away from launch day. That is right, this December you will be able to ride the OKC Streetcar throughout downtown.

The Oklahoma City Streetcar will include five cars, each circulating to 22 stops along 4.8 miles of track, with an average time of 12 to 14 minutes between cars. Each car can carry 104 passengers through two main loops: a Bricktown loop and a Midtown-Business District-Automobile Alley cross-sectional. You can view a map of the routes here.

The streetcar will be an affordable, accessible, convenient alternative for office commuters, convention attendees, tourists and others visiting our great city. A single trip will cost $1, and a day pass will be $3. Monthly passes will be $32 and an annual pass will cost $384.

As of the beginning of July, 87 percent of track had been placed and 78 percent of stops had been completed. Six streetcars are currently in the maintenance facility with a seventh arriving at the end of October. Streetcar operation testing on the Bricktown loop is currently underway.

Construction and adjustment is still ongoing in several locations. Specific road and lane closures through Sept. 1 can be found in this report from the City of Oklahoma City MAPS 3 site. General information for the OKC Streetcar can be found on the EMBARK Streetcar page or on the City of Oklahoma City’s MAPS 3 Streetcar page.

You wanted it, you paid for it and now it’s time you got it. Keep your eyes on December: the OKC Streetcar is coming rail soon.

Bricktown, downtown, MAPS, public transportation
Posted by: Greater Oklahoma City Chamber
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EMBARK around OKC

EMBARK Bus

Whether you’re commuting to work, meeting friends, running errands or just visiting, EMBARK buses have you covered with service to much of the Oklahoma City metro area. EMBARK won the 2016 Achievement Award for North America’s Outstanding Public Transit System. Each route’s hours of operation vary, but many popular routes run about every 30 minutes during weekdays and every 60 minutes on Saturday.

There are 23 interconnecting bus routes in the OKC metro area identifiable via a three digit route ID. For a full map of bus routes, visit this helpful PDF.

With the “EMBARK Connect” app, you will be able to quickly submit requests, report issues such as bus shelter graffiti, service issues, or ask a question. Users can simply open the app, select an issue, take a picture, and tap submit – the app knows the exact location and sends the issue directly to EMBARK staff. The app also allows you to track the status of your requests.

Here are some of EMBARK’s tips on How to Ride:

  1. Arrive at the stop at least 5 minutes early and wait at a stop where the operator can see you.
  2. Be ready to board with exact change or valid pass.
  3. Check the sign above the front window as the bus approaches to make sure it’s the line and destination you want.
  4. Signal the operator that you wish to board.
  5. Along the route, major stops and intersections will be announced. If you’re not familiar with the area, you can ask the operator to announce your destination.
  6. When you want to get off, pull the bell cord or push the plastic strip near the window to request the next stop.
community, public transportation
Posted by: Greater Oklahoma City Chamber
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All aboard the Heartland Flyer

Heartland Flyer and Downtown OKC

The Heartland Flyer train service between Oklahoma City and Ft. Worth, Texas, is made up of three coach cars which feature an upper level coach section with spacious reclining seats, complete with individual reading lights and large windows. Of the three cars, the lower level of Superliner II Coach car contains a full-service café car with an attendant and features snacks, sandwiches, soft drinks, cocktails, souvenirs, and sofa style seating where guests can visit and watch the scenery glide by.

Once the Flyer arrives in Fort Worth, the service goes no farther. However, you can connect to the Texas Eagle and go all the way to Chicago and further east; south to Austin and San Antonio; and West to Los Angeles three days a week via San Antonio.

You can purchase tickets or make reservations online, or you can call Amtrak directly at 1-800-872-7245. Specific prices are not available through the Heartland Flyer website. To inquire about price information, contact Amtrak at 1-800-872-7245. Price varies depending on how far in advance the reservation is made and how full the train is. Children under the age of 16 travel at half the fare, while kids 12 and under qualify for an annual Kid’s Club Membership.

Heartland Flyer’s service typically departs from OKC at 8:25 a.m. daily and the train depot is located at 100 E.K. Gaylord, directly east of the Cox Convention Center. Parking is limited at the depot, though nearby covered parking garages are more likely to be available. Be sure to arrive early enough to ensure no delays that could cause you to miss the train!

day-trip, public transportation
Posted by: Greater Oklahoma City Chamber
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Things to Do & See: August 7 - August 13, 2018

Friends enjoying beer

Tuesday, August 7
Bricktown Beach; All day; Bricktown; This event is free.
Wheeler Crit; 5:30 p.m.; Wheeler District; This event is free.
Aaron Lee Tasjan; 7 p.m.; The Jones Assembly; Ticket prices vary.

Wednesday, August 8
Bricktown Beach; All day; Bricktown; This event is free.
Social Club Misfits; 8 p.m.; The Tower Theatre; Ticket prices vary.

Thursday, August 9
Bricktown Beach; All day; Bricktown; This event is free.
Memphis Redbirds vs. Oklahoma City Dodgers; 7:05 p.m.; Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark; Ticket prices vary.

Friday, August 10
Bricktown Beach; All day; Bricktown; This event is free.
Paw Patrol LIVE!; 6 p.m.; Cox Convention Center; Ticket prices vary.
Godsmack/Shinedown; 7 p.m.; Zoo Amphitheatre; Ticket prices vary.
LIVE on the Plaza; 7 p.m.; Plaza District; This event is free.
Memphis Redbirds vs. Oklahoma City Dodgers; 7:05 p.m.; Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark; Ticket prices vary.
Flatland Cavalry; 8 p.m.; The Tower Theatre; Ticket prices vary.

Saturday, August 11
Bricktown Beach; All day; Bricktown; This event is free.
Oklahoma Craft Beer Summit 2018; All day; Tower Theatre; Ticket prices vary.
Paw Patrol LIVE!; 10 a.m. & 2 p.m. Cox Convention Center; Ticket prices vary.
Neon Trees; 7 p.m.; Frontier City Theme Park; Free with park admission.
NEEDTOBEATHE; 7 p.m.; Zoo Amphitheatre; Ticket prices vary.
Memphis Redbirds vs. Oklahoma City Dodgers; 7:05 p.m.; Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark; Ticket prices vary.
Real Monarchs SLC vs. OKC Energy FC; 7:30 p.m.; Taft Stadium; Ticket prices vary.
Sam Riggs; 9 p.m. Tower Theatre; Ticket prices vary.

Sunday, August 12
Bricktown Beach; All day; Bricktown; This event is free.
Paw Patrol LIVE!; 12 & 4 p.m. Cox Convention Center; Ticket prices vary.
Memphis Redbirds vs. Oklahoma City Dodgers; 6:05 p.m.; Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark; Ticket prices vary.
Sunday Twilight Concerts; 7:30 p.m.; Myriad Botanical Gardens; This event is free.

Monday, August 13
Bricktown Beach; All day; Bricktown; This event is free.
Howl at the Moon; 8 p.m.; Myriad Botanical Gardens; This event is free.

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Posted by: Greater Oklahoma City Chamber
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Tuesday, July 31, 2018

Boomer Sooner

OU Football Stadium

Coming on the heels of their second College Football Playoff appearance in the last three seasons, expectations remain high for the Oklahoma Sooners football team. The Sooners fell a game short of the National Championship last season after a classic Rose Bowl game against Georgia. With second year head coach Lincoln Riley at the helm, OU has the fourth best odds at making the college football playoff again this year and are once again heavy favorites to win the Big 12 Championship which would be their twelfth in less than two decades.

Former starting QB Baker Mayfield, the 2017 Heisman Trophy Winner, was selected #1 overall in this year’s NFL draft. Mayfield’s exit has created an opportunity for another first round draft pick, Kyler Murray. Murray was chosen with the 9th pick in this year’s MLB draft and in an incredibly rare situation, he will play out this year for OU football then begin his MLB career next spring. Murray was a highly coveted recruit coming in and has an incredibly athletic skillset that could create fireworks on the field with Coach Riley. Riley is considered one of the hottest young coach in the country, and a number of NFL teams have sought his advice on his prolific-offensive schemes this offseason.

Beyond Riley and Murray, Oklahoma is bringing in another top-10 recruiting class that includes 15 4-star recruits. Other than incoming recruits, OU also has returning talent that are poised for breakout years. Rodney Anderson was the nation’s most effective running back throughout the second half of the season and running behind what could be the nation’s top offensive line isn’t a bad pairing. Grant Calcaterra was backup behind NFL draftee Mark Andrews last year, but he’s already stepping out of the shadows being nominated to the preseason All-Big 12 team at tight end.

The Sooners open up an entertaining schedule with Florida Atlantic coached by Lane Kiffin on September 1st; other intriguing home games include UCLA (Sept. 8th), Army (Sept. 22nd), and Kansas State (Oct. 27th).

college, football
Posted by: Greater Oklahoma City Chamber
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Ride ‘em Cowboys

Under the leadership of head coach Mike Gundy, the Oklahoma State Cowboys have become a staple in the top-25 rankings. According to the odds makers, the Cowboys have 8/1 odds at making the college football playoff this season, good for 15th best in the nation. All-American running back Justice Hill is returning for another season and it’s sure to be an explosive one behind an eager offensive line that includes preseason All-Big 12 lineman Marcus Keyes.

OSU lost Mason Rudolph, the  winningest Cowboys QB in school history, to the NFL and his departure also opens up a good old fashioned battle for the starting job this season. Two elite QB recruits, Spencer Sanders and Hawaii transfer Dru Brown, are the favorites to fillRudolph’s footsteps. But you better keep an eye on dark-horse candidate Taylor Cornelius due to his veteran status on the team as a senior. Under Coach Gundy’s tenure, the Cowboys have  always delivered on the offensive front.

The Cowboys struggled last year on the defensive front, a common theme from many Big 12 teams over the last several years. In an effort to turn things around and bring balance to the team, OSU announced earlier this year that there would be a big change with the addition of a new defensive coordinator from Duke, Jim Knowles. If the Poke’s defense can lend a hand to its offense, the Cowboys are in line to once again make some noise in the Big 12 and be a dark horse for the college football playoff scenario.

In exciting fan news, new renovations to Oklahoma State’s Boone Pickens Stadium will give spectators a revamped experience this fall. The plaza level of the west end zone now features a food court that includes both local and national eating options. A 6,160 sq.-ft. ft. video screen towards the east end zone has been highly anticipated and is sure to provide for improved fan engagement. Perhaps the biggest change to the stadium, however, is the recent announcement that alcohol will be sold throughout the stadium. Beforehand, alcohol was only available in restricted areas in the stadium.

The OSU Cowboys open up their schedule against Missouri State (Aug. 30th); other notable home games include Boise State (Sept. 15th), Texas (Oct. 27th), and West Virginia (Nov. 17th).

college, football
Posted by: Greater Oklahoma City Chamber
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August in OKC

The Convention and Visitors Bureau has a brand new video out to talk about August in the city. With 12 concerts, 3 festivals, and other local events in art and culture, stay tuned and get informed with August in OKC.

arts and culture, attractions, festivals, live music, Visit OKC
Posted by: Greater Oklahoma City Chamber
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Live music in OKC

There’s a certain voice to OKC. It wavers in a rekindled vibrancy, as an old man that’s come back to his church choir. Wherever you go here, there’s someone around the corner singing gospel about the best and the worst parts of life and experience.

Back in 1919 over on Second Street, the Aldridge Theater opened and hosted the best jazz musicians in the nation. Now, the building is gone and that music spills onto the streets. Every last Saturday of the month, the historic Deep Deuce District lives again in the Deep Deuce Sessions, a music walk where artists invade local venues and fill the air with gospel, jazz and acoustic sounds.

The Jones Assembly is OKC’s newest spot for music and food, opened in 2017. Pulling big name artists and offering classy food and drink options, this young establishment does its home district of Film Row proud. Down on 23rd Street, the historic Tower Theatre stands proud again with its neon marquee. Sporting a history back to 1937 as an original movie house, this renovated venue hosts up-and-coming regional artists from hip-hop to Americana.

Swing over to the Plaza District where it bleeds with color and creativity. If the Plaza Walls are this district’s bare heart, then Saints Bar and Lounge is its illustrious voice in Saints Sessions. Every Thursday evening, talented, local acoustic and jazz musicians play at this intimate setting where the people are friendly, the drinks are strong and the music is stellar.

At Bleu Garten in Midtown OKC, culture stays local with table games, great drinks, seasoned food trucks and live, local music every Thursday night. With its outdoor setting, Bleu arguably has one of the best atmospheres in town. On the lively Bricktown canal, Michael Murphy’s Dueling Piano Bar is a true star of the city, with pizza by the slice and drinks galore. Open Thursday through Saturday, blisteringly skilled musical performers get their kicks taking requests and razzing audience members.

Just outside the Paseo District lies The Blue Door, a venue that offers a different experience than all the bars and restaurants. The Blue Door doesn’t offer drinks or food (although drinks are BYOB): it offers a quiet, close-knit listening room for the veteran and novice musician alike. Named simply after the color of its doors, this venue makes folk, rock and blues its cornerstone.

This old man doesn’t speak the words the same way as once, nor does he bellow as loud as he could in younger years, but he still finds a hunger for harmony. Etching an echo in kindred hearts, the man and his chorus, the city and its people, keep making this music, onward and ever upward.

Oklahoma City history, Paseo District, Plaza District, restaurants, Bricktown, Uptown 23, Deep Deuce, festivals, Film Row, food, live music, nightlife
Posted by: Greater Oklahoma City Chamber
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Things to Do & See: July 31 - August 6, 2018

Prix de West art

Tuesday, July 31
Prix De West; All day; National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum; Free with regular museum admission.
Bricktown Beach; All day; Bricktown; This event is free.
Wheeler Crit; 5:30 p.m.; Wheeler District; This event is free.

Wednesday, August 1
Prix De West; All day; National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum; Free with regular museum admission.
Bricktown Beach; All day; Bricktown; This event is free.
Logic; 6:30 p.m.; Zoo Amphitheatre; Ticket prices vary.
SONIC Summer Movie: Oklahoma!; 9 p.m.; Myriad Botanical Gardens; This event is free.

Thursday, August 2
Prix De West; All day; National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum; Free with regular museum admission.
Bricktown Beach; All day; Bricktown; This event is free.
311 & The Offspring; 6:30 p.m.; Zoo Amphitheatre; Ticket prices vary.

Friday, August 3
Peter Rabbit Tea Party; 2 p.m.; Myriad Botanical Gardens; $7 for members and $9 for nonmembers.
2018 Bricktown Reggae Fest; 4 p.m.; Bricktown; This event is free.
First Fridays on the Paseo; 6 p.m.; Paseo Arts District; This event is free.
Powerman 5000; 7 p.m.; Diamond Ballroom; Ticket prices vary.

Saturday, August 4
Prix De West; All day; National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum; Free with regular museum admission.
Bricktown Beach; All day; Bricktown; This event is free.
Summer Meltdown: Ice Cream Festival; 6 p.m.; Myriad Botanical Gardens; Ticket prices vary.
2018 Bricktown Reggae Fest; 4 p.m.; Bricktown; This event is free.
Stone Temple Pilots & Alice in Chains Tribute; 9 p.m.; Tower Theatre; Tickets are $12.

Sunday, August 5
Kid’s Fest; All day; Farmer’s Public Market; $5 for ages 12 and up. Under 12 is free.
Prix De West; All day; National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum; Free with regular museum admission.
Bricktown Beach; All day; Bricktown; This event is free.
Toad the Wet Sprocket; 7 p.m.; The Jones Assembly; Ticket prices vary.
Sunday Twilight Concerts; 7:30 p.m.; Myriad Botanical Gardens; This event is free.

Monday, August 6
Bricktown Beach; All day; Bricktown; This event is free.

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Posted by: Greater Oklahoma City Chamber
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Tuesday, July 24, 2018

New World Comic Con

New World Comic Con Photo credit: Keara Phillips-Berlin

[Photo Credit: Keara Phillips-Berlin]

New World Comic Con is a newcomer to the local con scene, having been started in 2015 by OKC’s very own New World Comics & Games. It also happens to be the only nerdy convention that’s permanently (and currently) housed in Oklahoma City (though we’re hoping that’ll change when the MAPS3 Convention Center is complete!) Although less like a full-blown con and more akin to a marketplace with an artist’s alley, it doesn’t make New World Comic Con any less fun for attendees. Besides, it’s hard to argue with a $6 admission fee either way. Several of OK’s most incredible local comic artists/creators and vendors like Natasha Alterici, Jerry Bennett, and New World Comics & Games (obviously) will set up booths that attendees can peruse at their leisure. But of course, it’s not all about comics and Marvel movies: Western cartoons, anime, video games, tabletop games (and shows based on them), fantasy/sci-fi movies and shows—there’s a little something for everyone of all fandoms at NWCC. Attendees have been known to find treasures ranging from rare comics to vintage toys, video games, (fan) art, collectibles, autographed goods, fandom goods (prints, keychains, bookmarks, ita bags, enamel pins, etc.) and more! As if that weren’t enough, guests like Justin Nimmo (the Silver Ranger, Zhane, from Power Rangers in Space) and Count Gregore (local horror hosting legend) have also been known to regularly appear at New World Comic Con.

For congoers who prefer a less congested, less time consuming, family friendly (and budget friendly!) congoing experience—or even people who’ve never been to a con and just want to get their feet wet in the culture of it to see whether or not they like it—New World Comic Con is ideal. This year it’ll be July 28 from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. in the Centennial Building at the Oklahoma State Fair Park (same spot as last year).

festivals, State Fair Park
Posted by: Greater Oklahoma City Chamber
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Homes with a historic flair

OKC Historic House

History is cool. You know it, I know it and real estate agents know it. You might be wondering how we can be so confident that real estate agents know this, too—well, it’s quite simple: The only thing cooler than history is living in it.

The historic neighborhoods of OKC aren’t just some of our oldest, but they’re beautiful, rich in character, lined with trees and close to everything. Needless to say, we’re very proud of our historic neighborhoods. So proud, in fact, that we have a list of some of OKC’s most prominent historic neighborhoods to help you find the best one for you! 

housing, moving
Posted by: Greater Oklahoma City Chamber
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Downtown dreaming

Downtown OKC Housing

One of the most common reasons people love downtown OKC so much is that it gives you all the benefits of urban living without a lot of the more typical disadvantages. For city life, there’s nothing more ideal than downtown OKC! It’s full of businesses; it’s walkable (and will soon have a streetcar to help you get everywhere even faster!); it’s full of art, history, entertainment and culture; and you’ll never have to worry about finding a parking space if you’re in the mood for a Thunder or Dodgers game! To learn more about downtown living in OKC, you can check our site’s urban neighborhoods page.

cost of living, downtown, housing
Posted by: Greater Oklahoma City Chamber
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Wide open spaces

OKC Suburban Home

A wise man once said about moving,

“Yeah, it usually helps a lot when you know where exactly you’re moving.”

And we couldn’t agree more!

Housing is important, that goes without saying. Equally important is finding the right housing for you. And for some, the right kind of housing isn’t quite in the city part of Oklahoma City—it’s something rural or suburban! Which is why we here at TBL have assembled a guide for those of you interested in rural or suburban housing. Give those links a try and let us know if you were able to find your perfect neighborhood!

housing, moving
Posted by: Greater Oklahoma City Chamber
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Things to Do & See: July 24 - July 30, 2018

OKC Civic Center show

Tuesday, July 24
Prix De West; All day; National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum; Free with regular museum admission.
Bricktown Beach; All day; Bricktown; This event is free.
Pentatonix; 7 p.m.; Zoo Amphitheatre; Ticket prices vary.
Yellow Submarine Film; 7 p.m.; Tower Theatre; Ticket prices vary.
Albuquerque Isotopes vs. Oklahoma Dodgers; 7:05 p.m.; Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark; Ticket prices vary.
Mamma Mia!; 7:30 p.m.; Civic Center Music Hall; Ticket prices vary.
Wheeler Crit; 5:30 p.m.; Wheeler District; This event is free.

Wednesday, July 25
Prix De West; All day; National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum; Free with regular museum admission.
Bricktown Beach; All day; Bricktown; This event is free.
Yellow Submarine Film; 7 p.m.; Tower Theatre; Ticket prices vary.
Albuquerque Isotopes vs. Oklahoma Dodgers; 7:05 p.m.; Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark; Ticket prices vary.
Fresno FC vs. Oklahoma City Energy FC; 7:30 p.m.; Taft Stadium; Ticket prices vary.
Mamma Mia!; 7:30 p.m.; Civic Center Music Hall; Ticket prices vary.
SONIC Summer Movie: The Muppet Movie; 9 p.m.; Myriad Botanical Gardens; This event is free.

Thursday, July 26
Prix De West; All day; National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum; Free with regular museum admission.
Bricktown Beach; All day; Bricktown; This event is free.
Albuquerque Isotopes vs. Oklahoma Dodgers; 7:05 p.m.; Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark; Ticket prices vary.
Mamma Mia!; 7:30 p.m.; Civic Center Music Hall; Ticket prices vary.
Ray Wylie Hubbard; 8 p.m.; Tower Theatre; Ticket prices vary.
Full Moon Bike Ride and Run; 8 p.m.; Myriad Botanical Gardens; $5 per person.

Friday, July 27
Prix De West; All day; National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum; Free with regular museum admission.
Bricktown Beach; All day; Bricktown; This event is free.
El Paso Chihuahuas vs. Oklahoma Dodgers; 7:05 p.m.; Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark; Ticket prices vary.
Book of Love; 8 p.m.; Tower Theatre; Ticket prices vary.
Mamma Mia!; 8 p.m.; Civic Center Music Hall; Ticket prices vary.

Saturday, July 28
Prix De West; All day; National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum; Free with regular museum admission.
Bricktown Beach; All day; Bricktown; This event is free.
New World Comic Con; 10 a.m.; State Fair Park; Ticket prices vary.
Mamma Mia!; 2 & 8 p.m.; Civic Center Music Hall; Ticket prices vary.
38 Special; 7 p.m.; Frontier City; Free with regular park admission.
El Paso Chihuahuas vs. Oklahoma Dodgers; 7:05 p.m.; Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark; Ticket prices vary.
San Antonio FC vs. Oklahoma City Energy FC; 7:30 p.m.; Taft Stadium; Ticket prices vary.
Riders in the Sky; 8 p.m.; Tower Theatre; Ticket prices vary.

Sunday, July 29
Prix De West; All day; National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum; Free with regular museum admission.
Bricktown Beach; All day; Bricktown; This event is free.
Mamma Mia!; 2 p.m.; Civic Center Music Hall; Ticket prices vary.
Oklahoma City 48 Hour Film Project; 4 p.m.; Tower Theatre; Ticket prices vary.
El Paso Chihuahuas vs. Oklahoma Dodgers; 6:05 p.m.; Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark; Ticket prices vary.
Sunday Twilight Concerts; 7:30 p.m.; Myriad Botanical Gardens; This event is free.

Monday, July 30
Prix De West; All day; National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum; Free with regular museum admission.
Bricktown Beach; All day; Bricktown; This event is free.
El Paso Chihuahuas vs. Oklahoma Dodgers; 7:05 p.m.; Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark; Ticket prices vary.

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Tuesday, July 17, 2018

The Oklahoma City Zoo

Giraffe at OKC Zoo

Does anything conjure fond elementary school memories quite like the word “zoo”? Are field trips to the zoo not perhaps the great equalizer among elementary schools across the country? Clearly they can’t be, because if they were then OKC kids would have an unfair advantage since the OKC Zoo is a favorite OKC destination for all ages.

The OKC Zoo covers more than 100 acres and has ~1900 animals in a wide array of habitats. Elephants, giraffes, tigers, rhinos -- all your favorites are there! Visitors from all across the country are known to spend entire days traversing our beautiful zoo—and who can blame them? There’s plenty to see and do! Even outside of visiting the various habitats the OKC Zoo has set up, visitors are welcome to eat, shop, watch shows and learn to their heart’s content!

Adventure District, attractions, family-friendly, zoo
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Science Museum

Science Museum OK

Complete and utter darkness. Darkness so strong you can’t even see your own hand in front of you. Until you notice a faint glow above your head—the faint, familiar glow of stars. Slowly, the glowing becomes strong enough that the darkness isn’t all that dark anymore. In fact, it looks almost inviting. Now there’s millions of small glowing specks in the sky and no city lights to distract you from them. Just you and a beautiful glittered sky. You hold your gaze, totally fixed to this breathtaking sight. And then a voice—a loud, seemingly omnipresent voice—reminds you that “We’re looking at the view from the middle of the Atlantic Ocean in late October of last year.”

Oh, right, of course. You got so hung up on the beauty of it all that you forgot—you were in a planetarium all along!

Such were the beginnings of Oklahoma’s illustrious Science Museum (which some of us older Okies might still mistakenly call by its former name The Omniplex from time to time). Originally a humble planetarium, the Oklahoma Science Museum has grown to be Oklahoma’s largest (and most fun!) testament to the joys of science of all kinds: geology, biology, seismology, if it ends with -ology, it has a presence there! With more than 350,000 square feet of pure hands-on science fun, it’s easy to see why the Science Museum is considered to be one of Oklahoma’s best and most creative museums.

Adventure District, attractions, family-friendly, museums
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The American Pigeon Museum and Library

Pigeon

Throughout mankind’s history, one hero has always been there. Watching over us, guiding us, inspiring us and helping us when nobody else could. I’m talking, of course, about the most underrated species in all of recorded history: the pigeon.

I know that may sound a bit exaggerated, but think about it for a moment! Some of the most landmark events in human history would’ve gone much differently (and much slower) if not for the bravery and intellect of the carrier pigeon. Some carrier pigeons were even made decorated war vets because of it! Does the sheer thought—the awe-inspiring mental image—of these beautiful warriors have your full attention now? It should.

Enter The American Pigeon Museum and Library: The first and only museum dedicated to the mighty pigeon in the entire country. Visitors can peruse the illustrious history of the great carrier pigeon, learn about pigeon breeding, look at awards/records from pigeon racing, or enjoy some lovely art portraying the noble pigeon! Depending on the time of day you visit, you might be able to see some rare pigeons too: pigeons with more feathers than you ever dreamed a pigeon could have, pigeons with extraordinarily long legs, colorful pigeons who look more like aviary royalty, and more. And, if you’re interested in learning more about the fascinating history of the pigeon, there’s a library attached to the museum that has more pigeon-related records, documents, references and literature than you could ever imagine.  

attractions, family-friendly, museums
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Ethnic food

Bowl of Pho

As far as food in OKC goes, we’re pretty well known for our steaks, barbecue and burgers. But what you might not realize is that we’re much more than that. Oklahoma City has an emerging reputation as a pilgrimage all foodies must make—a pilgrimage that involves stops with steaks, bahn mi, tacos, bratwurst and so much more. So, to help you on your culinary conquest, we’ve assembled a list of some of our favorite ethnic eateries across OKC. Obviously, this isn’t a complete, exhaustive list of all the ethnic food to be found in OKC, just some local favorites! If you don’t see your favorite haunt on the list, let us know because all of us here at BetterLife HQ love to eat and to try new hot spots in OKC!

Mexican: Ted’s Café Escondido, San Marcos, Iguana Mexican Grill, Big Truck Tacos, Abuelo’s, Mama Rojo Mexican Kitchen, On the Border
South American: Café DO Brasil, Café Kacao, La Brasa
African: Queen of Sheba
Italian: Stella, Patrono, Victoria’s, Bravo Cucina Italiana
European: Ingrid’s (German), La Baguette (French)
Middle Eastern: Couscous Café, Nunu’s Mediterranean Café, Zorba’s
Chinese: Chow’s Chinese Restaurant, Golden Phoenix, Kwan’s Kitchen
Indian: Sheesh Mahal, Taj Cuisine of India, Gopuram Taste of India
Japanese: Sushi Neko, Tokyo Moon, Tamashii Ramen, Goro Ramen
Korean: B Won, Gogi Go, Taste of Korea
Thai: Panang Thai Restaurant, Sala Thai, Suphattra’s Thai Kitchen
Vietnamese: Golden Phoenix, Lee’s Sandwiches, Pho Cuong, Pho Lien Hoa, VII Asian Bistro

Didn’t see your favorite on here? Let us know through the comments and via social media!

food, restaurants
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Things to Do & See: July 17 - July 23, 2018

OKC Concert

Tuesday, July 17
Prix De West; All day; National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum; Free with regular museum admission.
Bricktown Beach; All day; Bricktown; This event is free.
Wheeler Crit; 5:30 p.m.; Wheeler District; This event is free.
New Orleans Baby Cakes vs. Oklahoma City Dodgers; 4:35 p.m.; Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark; Ticket prices vary.
Wheeler Crit; 5:30 p.m.; Wheeler District; This event is free.
Oh Wonder; 7 p.m.; The Jones Assembly; Ticket prices vary.

Wednesday, July 18
Prix De West; All day; National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum; Free with regular museum admission.
Bricktown Beach; All day; Bricktown; This event is free.
New Orleans Baby Cakes vs. Oklahoma City Dodgers; 7:05 p.m.; Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark; Ticket prices vary.
Seether; 7:15 p.m.; Diamond Ballroom; Ticket prices vary.
Langhorne Slim; 8 p.m.; Tower Theatre; Ticket prices vary.
SONIC Summer Movie: Space Jam; 9 p.m.; Myriad Botanical Gardens; This event is free.

Thursday, July 19
Prix De West; All day; National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum; Free with regular museum admission.
Bricktown Beach; All day; Bricktown; This event is free.
New Orleans Baby Cakes vs. Oklahoma City Dodgers; 7:05 p.m.; Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark; Ticket prices vary.
COOP Showcase; 8 p.m.; Tower Theatre; Tickets are $8.

Friday, July 20
Prix De West; All day; National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum; Free with regular museum admission.
Bricktown Beach; All day; Bricktown; This event is free.
3 Doors Down & Collective Soul; 7 p.m.; Zoo Amphitheatre; Ticket prices vary.
Concert at the Bricktown Beach ft. My So Called Band; 8 p.m.; Bricktown Beach; This event is free.

Saturday, July 21
Prix De West; All day; National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum; Free with regular museum admission.
Bricktown Beach; All day; Bricktown; This event is free.
Kidz Bop LIVE; 6 p.m.; Chesapeake Energy Arena; Tickets price vary.
Kountry Wayne; 7 & 9 p.m.; Tower Theatre; Ticket prices vary.
Black Label Society; 7:15 p.m.; Diamond Ballroom; Ticket prices vary.
Buckcherry; 8 p.m.; The Criterion; Ticket prices vary.

Sunday, July 22
Prix De West; All day; National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum; Free with regular museum admission.
Bricktown Beach; All day; Bricktown; This event is free.
Yellow Submarine Film Sing-A-Long; 4 & 7 p.m.; Tower Theatre; Ticket prices vary.
Daryl Hall, John Oates and Train; 7 p.m.; Chesapeake Energy Arena; Tickets price vary.
Sunday Twilight Concerts; 7:30 p.m.; Myriad Botanical Gardens; This event is free.

Monday, July 23
Prix De West; All day; National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum; Free with regular museum admission.
Bricktown Beach; All day; Bricktown; This event is free.
Yellow Submarine Film Sing-A-Long; 7 p.m.; Tower Theatre; Ticket prices vary.

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Tuesday, July 10, 2018

Get in the know, read VeloCity

VeloCity website

Getting to know your new hometown is about more than knowing where to eat or what to do with your free time. Becoming a citizen of a community is also about being engaged with what is going on.

This month, www.VeloCityOKC.com was launched to help keep residents, new and old alike, informed on the issues that will help continue our community’s rise.

Velocity will feature economic updates, business developments, lifestyle guides and numerous other topical articles that tells our city’s story as it unfolds today.

The new site highlights the inherent brilliance of our technology industry, the fervent innovation of our entrepreneurs the eager pride of our tourism industry and much more. From infrastructure projects to investing companies, or state policy changes to new, local festivals, VeloCity puts a magnifying glass to every excellent person, idea and business that comprises this tempered city and its grassroots renaissance.

The velocity of any entity can be defined by two innate attributes: speed and direction. The velocity of any community can be defined by the same, and OKC is one with speed and direction toward the future. Like the winding Oklahoma River, carving away at its walls, inventing new passages, and pushing forward a steadfast progress, Oklahoma City presses onward with VeloCity.

business, community, publication
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The Library – A School, a Stage, a Home

Its ideation came in 1889, in the early meetings of the Philomathea Club, a women’s study group. Set out to improve community culture and education, members raised funds to establish Oklahoma City’s first public library, which found its first home in an unused room in the Commercial Club, now the Chamber of Commerce. This fledgling institution grew to become Oklahoma City’s Metropolitan Library System, and, nearly 130 years following, operates wide and proud. Now incorporating 19 locations spanning across the greater OKC area, the Metropolitan Library System provides a plethora of resources, programs, and events to its citizens year-round.

The Metro Library System contains online and physical databases spanning far in subject, from auto engine repair to health & wellness, or from job preparedness to simple homework help. It also offers programs on GED preparation, adult education, and even how to become a US citizen. The Metro website provides book lists covering multiple topics, and also features an eBook collection titled “Indie Oklahoma”, which is fueled by the Self-e program, where young authors can submit works.

One of our favorite things about the Metropolitan Library System is its constant list of events occurring throughout all the locations, all the time. The Northwest Library hosts “Teen Time” every Monday evening, featuring varying activities. Nicoma Park and Harrah libraries are each hosting a “Spy School” in July, designed for younger children to learn if they have what it takes to be a spy. Also in July, Southern Oaks and Harrah libraries will host “OKC Zoo: Animal Acoustics-The Remix!” where kids can come learn about the musical styles animals are fond of.

The highlight of the Metropolitan Library System’s events is the Neighborhood Arts programs, where, every June and July, the Metro Library hosts performances of family-friendly music, theatre, and comedy. This year, Neighborhood Arts features four performing acts, appearing at various locations: Rhythmically Speaking, an educational theatre troupe, will present a moral story about a dinosaur egg; Sugar-Free Allstars, a musical duo, will perform their signature family funk; Adam & Kizzie, another musical pair, will show audiences just how many different ways you can rock out; and OKC Improv, a comedic acting group, will encourage audience involvement in their fun and games. You can find out more about these performances here.

People often forget about the library: it is often not so flashy, popular, or exciting compared to other institutions of learning. Neither is it a school, nor a stage, nor a home, but it can be all of these things still. What it is, assuredly, is a place for you and your family to grow with the community around you. Whatever you’re trying to accomplish, be it fixing your old lawn mower or putting a smile on your child’s face again, there’s going to be something waiting for you at your local library.

family-friendly, free, library
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Frozen favorites

Capitals Ice Cream

Summer is in full swing here in the Sooner State. If you are anything like us, the hot temps make you crave your favorite frozen treats. If you are new to the area and need some ideas check out the 5 to Try-Frozen Favorites video our buddies at the Oklahoma City CVB recently put out. Was your favorite frozen food not included? Hit us up in the comments below or on Facebook or Twitter and let us know.

food, restaurants
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Things to Do & See: July 10 - July 16, 2018

Plaza District Festival

Tuesday, July 10
Prix De West; All day; National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum; Free with regular museum admission.
Bricktown Beach; All day; Bricktown; This event is free.
Wheeler Crit; 5:30 p.m.; Wheeler District; This event is free.
Tenacious D in the Pick of Destiny; 7 p.m.; Tower Theatre; Ticket prices vary.
Hello, Dolly!; 7:30 p.m.; Oklahoma Civic Center; Ticket prices vary.

Wednesday, July 11
Prix De West; All day; National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum; Free with regular museum admission.
Bricktown Beach; All day; Bricktown; This event is free.
Interstella 5555 by Daft Punk; 7 p.m.; Tower Theatre; Ticket prices vary.
Las Vegas Lights FC vs. OKC Energy FC; 7:30 p.m.; Taft Stadium; Ticket prices vary.
Hello, Dolly!; 7:30 p.m.; Oklahoma Civic Center; Ticket prices vary.
SONIC Summer Movie: Paddington 2; 9 p.m.; Myriad Botanical Gardens; This event is free.

Thursday, July 12
Prix De West; All day; National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum; Free with regular museum admission.
Bricktown Beach; All day; Bricktown; This event is free.
Thirty Seconds to Mars; 7 p.m.; Zoo Amphitheatre; Ticket prices vary.
That Thing You Do; 7 p.m.; Tower Theatre; Ticket prices vary.
Hello, Dolly!; 7:30 p.m.; Oklahoma Civic Center; Ticket prices vary.

Friday, July 13
Prix De West; All day; National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum; Free with regular museum admission.
Bricktown Beach; All day; Bricktown; This event is free.
LIVE on the Plaza; 7 p.m.; The Plaza District; Ticket prices vary.
The Smashing Pumpkins; 7:00 p.m.; Chesapeake Energy Arena; Ticket prices vary.
Lee Brice; 7 p.m.; Diamond Ballroom; Ticket prices vary.
Hello, Dolly!; 8 p.m.; Oklahoma Civic Center; Ticket prices vary.

Saturday, July 14
Prix De West; All day; National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum; Free with regular museum admission.
Bricktown Beach; All day; Bricktown; This event is free.
Garden Bros. Circus; 1 p.m.; Chesapeake Energy Arena; Ticket prices vary.
Hello, Dolly!; 2 & 8 p.m.; Oklahoma Civic Center; Ticket prices vary.
Asleep at the Wheel; 8 p.m.; Tower Theatre; Ticket prices vary.

Sunday, July 15
Prix De West; All day; National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum; Free with regular museum admission.
Bricktown Beach; All day; Bricktown; This event is free.
Hello, Dolly!; 2 p.m.; Oklahoma Civic Center; Ticket prices vary.
Sunday Twilight Concerts; 7:30 p.m.; Myriad Botanical Gardens; This event is free.
Jimmie Vaughan; 8 p.m.; Tower Theatre; Ticket prices vary.

Monday, July 16
Prix De West; All day; National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum; Free with regular museum admission.
Bricktown Beach; All day; Bricktown; This event is free.
New Orleans Baby Cakes vs. Oklahoma City Dodgers; 7:05 p.m.; Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark; Ticket prices vary.
C.W. Stoneking; 8 p.m.; Tower Theatre; Ticket prices vary.

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Tuesday, July 3, 2018

National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum

End of the Trail statue

Just the word “Oklahoma” will generally evoke one of two (maybe both?) images:

Thunder

The Wild West

And although we love the Thunder, today we’re here to talk about the latter: The Wild West. With the exception of Thunder, Oklahoma’s known for, above all else, its rich Wild Western history. This incredible history is preserved for all to see in OKC’s National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum.

Featuring galleries full of Native American and Western attire, firearms, artifacts and even movie props, it’s easy to see why the Cowboy Museum is considered to be one of OKC’s most unique (and quintessentially Oklahoman) attractions. Visitors flock to the museum from all corners of the country looking for their dream Wild Western learning experience and who can blame them? It’s only the most extensive collection of Western art, history and memorabilia (more than 28,000 pieces!) in the world.

arts and culture, museums, western heritage
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Prix De West

National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum art

The Prix De West is a fan favorite event at the Cowboy Museum. Happening every summer for the past 46 years, The Prix De West is a “prestigious invitational art exhibit of more than 300 Western paintings and sculpture by the finest contemporary Western artists in the nation with art seminars, receptions and awards.”

Basically, it’s an incredibly captivating Western art exhibition with pieces that are simply the best of the best. Artists and lay-people alike come from all across the country every year to marvel at the incredible works of art featured in Prix De West. This year it’ll be in the Museum through Aug. 5. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to witness the absolute cream of the crop in Western art.

arts and culture, museums, western heritage
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deadCenter U

deadCENTER U

You may know that deadCenter is an amazing film festival hosted right here in OKC, but did you also know that they have a program that allows high schoolers to get filmmaking experience? The program is called deadCenter U and every summer it accepts 60 high schoolers to meet filmmakers, learn how to use equipment, watch some fantastic indie movies, make a short film and more. Parts of the program have been taught by people who’ve worked on “Breaking Bad,” “The Godfather Part II,” “The Big Bang Theory” and, perhaps the most famous teacher to have ever worked with deadCenter U, “Children of the Corn” director Fritz Kiersch (who’s also a professor at OCU.) Applications for 2018 may be closed, but for any aspiring filmmakers in OKC, deadCenter U is 100 percent worth keeping an eye on!

education, film
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