The NBA trade deadline is over so go check out this scrappy team tonight, which is the only time this week you can catch them at home. There are plenty of options on Friday as love will fill the air. If you haven’t yet, go visit some of the exhibits at our museums, such as The Frybread Factory; NDN Pop Art exhibition or Cosmic Culture. See what else there is to see in OKC.
The most comprehensive collection of Andy Warhol's love of the Western genre is visiting Oklahoma City
Warhol and the West will be on display at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum through Sunday, May 10.
As we all know, our local meteorologists can often attain celebrity status and inspire rather cult-like followings (and even occasionally the odd drinking game).
Olympic Gold medalists and husband-and-wife Bart Conner and Nadia Comaneci have called Oklahoma home for decades and continue to give back to the area by encouraging children to be more active.
The hit Broadway musical, “Come From Away” is now playing at the Civic Center Music Hall, with shows running through Sunday. If musicals aren’t your thing, be sure to check out the look back at the western classic, “True Grit” and see an exhibit about the two movies at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum. And if shopping is more your style, An Affair of the Heart returns to State Fair Park on Friday. See what else you can do this week.
The Oklahoma City Parks & Recreation Department offers sports for all ages around the year. Whether you’re into ball-bat sports or something on a court, the city can help you connect with your favorite pastime or help you get your child on a team.
If you want to play soccer or watch your kid play soccer with a close proximity to a cold brewski, we’d recommend checking out Soccer City.
If you’re more likely to be on the sidelines these days rather than in the game, there are still ways to be involved with the city’s sports scene and make a difference in the lives of young people.