England-based artist Martin Donlin’s work is named for a line from William Shakespeare’s play, “Coriolanus” where Sicinius asks, “What is a city but the people.” The concept utilizes multiple layers of pattern and imagery exhibited through the placement of polycarbonate tiles and fastened to steel cables spanning from the second to the sixth floor of the parking garage.
This is the most recent addition at WRWA in 12 years. The $89 million project will add 133,022 square feet to the existing 410,000 square-foot airport terminal, with 43,473 square feet being renovated.
The Oklahoma City Convention Center is expected to be complete this fall. Events at the new venue are booked into 2024.
Need a quick diversion? Sure you do.
Plans are being finalized now for two new sections of the trail system that loops around Oklahoma City. When both sections are completed in fall 2021, the city will have a 42-mile trail loop.
Development is at the heart of OKC's economy: it brings new businesses, helps the economy, sets OKC apart from other cities and more.
People in Oklahoma City will be offered a chance to purchase flowers for their loved ones this Valentine’s Day while also supporting people who are working their way out of homelessness. The Curbside Chronicle is creating flower bouquets that will be made and sold by vendors who are homeless or at-risk of homelessness.
The 36-room hotel property at NW 38th Street and Classen Avenue is looking forward to welcoming visitors. The property is also home to Quincy's Bake Shop in the basement.