The city of Oklahoma City has a vast art collection. And there’s a map to help you find them all. Get out of the house and look for some lesser known pieces of the city’s public art collection.
Whether you’ll be celebrating Valentine’s Day with one person you love or a whole group of friends, the creative folks at Factory Obscura are hosting a Mixed Tape V-Day Bash, certain to shake up the typical dinner-out option.
Depending on how long you read this blog, you’ve seen us reference the different districts in the city. We talk about so many that it’s understandable if you have trouble keeping up with them.
The Plaza District is one of the metro’s most walkable retail corridors and home to many of Oklahoma City’s most unique and eclectic local restaurants, art galleries, shops and more.
Mark your calendars because the Plaza District Festival is right around the corner. The annual festival will take place Sept. 28 from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. in the Plaza District.
If you’re new to the city, you might not know his name. But you’ve likely seen the work he’s done in the city.
Sasquatch Shaved Ice, run by the Homeless Alliance, is like an icy beacon of hope not just for snow cone lovers in the Plaza District, but for its employees as well.