The Paseo Arts Association announced photographer Sam Charboneau as its first artist in residence for the new Paseo Arts and Creativity Center.
Downtown Oklahoma City Partnership and the Automobile Alley Association curated art pieces for the districtís alley doors. The images will be installed by July.
The Oklahoma River you see today, directly south of downtown, hasnít always been the destination it is now for athletes. It was previously most often visited by lawn mowers. Find out all the details on the riverís transformation.
The rapids are flowing! The rapids are flowing! See what else you can do on the water in Oklahoma City.
If youíre hesitant to get in a kayak or onto a paddleboard, the RIVERSPORT team is there to help. But if youíve got some competitive colleagues, you might want to check out the racing options. Read more about the team-building opportunities in the Boathouse District.
You might think that bioscience and the oil industry donít have much in common, but the cityís Innovation District is helping experts in both fields find similar ground. Read about the district and whatís to come to the area.
Bioscience is one of the cityís six key industries. How did it get started and what is some of the research being done? Check out this brilliant story.
The venerable festival will still occur, only later in the year. Get a rundown of changes and some of the things the Association has done to help in the wake of the pandemic.