Since you’re new here, we wanted to take a minute to update you on the city’s COVID-19 situation and tell you where you can get more information. In short, don’t plan on visiting a city-owned building for an event anytime soon. Read what else is going on with city operations.
Of course, the week you planned to #SeeOKC with your family, many attractions are closed. But there’s still plenty to do outside. See where you can go.
Some local stores are offering curbside pickup, so you can still support your nearby businesses. And the library has plenty of products available online. Check out your other options.
When we redid the BetterLife website, one feature we added was a Q&A with new residents. Read about what Monica Ybarra has to say about the city and see if you have the same sentiment.
If you’re taking the week off to hang with your kiddos during spring break, we hope you’ll stay in town explore all those things you can’t seem to get to on the weekend. From a new arts center to roller coasters, there’s plenty to keep you and your family busy. Read more about some of the new activities being offered during break.
Any time you see the shape of the state in the bottom of your TV broadcast, you need to start paying attention to the weather. But when should you continue watching Grey’s Anatomy and when should you head to a closet or your storm shelter (which we know you had permitted)? Learn the difference between a watch and a warning.
The Chesapeake Energy Arena will be rocking this week, with the Utah Jazz coming to town on Wednesday to take on the OKC Thunder and Cher bringing down the house on Thursday. There’s also magicians to see this week, plenty of St. Patrick’s Day events and the Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Center will finally open. See what else you can do this week in OKC.
That's right, if you want to fly (among other things) using your Oklahoma driver's license to prove your identity at the airport, after Oct. 1, 2021, you'll need to have a new REAL ID-compliant license.