The 2019-2020 edition of the 333-page publication is the fifth edition of the pre-qualified artists publication. Getting all the artists together in one guide was the culmination of another effort that started in 2009, said Robbie Kienzle, arts and cultural affairs liaison and program planner for the city
Local census takers must get a head start while the frozen ground allows easier access to remote areas with unique accessibility challenges.
The former Green Pastures Elementary School will be converted into a film and television academy and film studio to meet the growing needs and economic development of the Oklahoma entertainment industry.
With a grant from the Inasmuch Foundation, OSU-OKC will be able to train The Curbside Chronicle vendors in making flower arrangements for the new floral shop. The shop will open this spring.
For over ten years the two organizations have had an Interagency Agreement in place which allows the FAALC and FAA Academy to provide essential logistics, engineering and training support to CBP.
The app, which will now begin development and does not yet have a name, will let users pay for the City’s metered on-street parking spaces in the downtown area on the spot with their phone. The street-side meters that take coins and credit or debit cards will also remain in use.
A challenge for making Oklahoma City a better place to live and grow a business.
Oklahoma City’s voters delivered a message at the polls on Dec. 10.