The National Trust for Historic Preservationís African American Cultural Heritage Black Action Fund received more than 500 proposals, which were then narrowed to 58 full proposals before choosing the final 27 recipients.
Depending on how long you read this blog, youíve seen us reference the different districts in the city. We talk about so many that itís understandable if you have trouble keeping up with them.
More apartments are coming to the east side of downtown, filling the vacant lot at the intersection of NE Third Street and N Walnut Avenue. The land is owned by the Oklahoma City Urban Renewal Authority.
We also discuss OK Bio's Brewfest event, Bar Ciccetti, Oki Moto, how it is time to Thunder Up and more.
ARTSPACE at Untitled is hosting a Summer Night Print Series to educate others about printmaking techniques.
There are a lot of places you might find yourself on a day out in Deep Deuce.
If you've been in Deep Deuce recently, you've undoubtedly asked yourself, "What's that over there?" a time or two, as four new restaurant spaces have recently hit the environs of the fabled "Deep Second."
Weíve taken the liberty of checking out some streetcar experiences and ideas to relay to you. For this edition: a (extremely caffeinated) local coffee crawl.