We like to say Oklahoma City is remains one of the few major metros in the U.S. where you can still afford to live.
Oklahoma City has some of the lowest commute times in the country among major metros. Combine that fact with our affordable, stable housing market to give you more choices in terms of where you buy your next residence.
In many ways, Bricktown is “where it all began.”
If you’re reading this entry on the day it goes live (July 9), today marks the one-year anniversary of VeloCity, OKC’s news and information portal designed to get residents better informed and more involved in the business of making OKC great.
One of the areas of the metro that’s genuinely worth your attention and a visit or two is the Uptown 23rd district, just north of Midtown situated between roughly Broadway / I-235 and Pennsylvania Avenue along, well, Northwest 23rd Street.
ARTSPACE at Untitled is hosting a Summer Night Print Series to educate others about printmaking techniques.
It’s no secret that Oklahoma City’s history has deep Western roots, and there is no better place to get a better historical understanding of the culture that helped drive the development of this area than the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum.