After the bombing, a security fence was quickly erected around the perimeter of the bombsite. This fence became a de facto memorial of sorts, with mementos, cards, prayers, toys, stuffed animals and the like left by Oklahomans and visitors who wished to pay their respects to and remember those who were killed.
The annual Midtown Walkabout is a great chance to get to know what the district is all about. That and more in this week’s Things to Do & See.
The local artist brings home her internationally acclaimed art with an exhibition showing at Oklahoma Contemporary through May 19.
You don’t have to be an Oklahoma City native to understand that the annual Festival of the Arts is the unofficial kickoff of spring in the metro. This year’s festival will be held April 23-28 at Bicentennial Park.
The Festival of the Arts in Oklahoma City is one of the largest, most successful and best organized festivals in the country and the story of how the Festival of the Arts came to be is a true masterpiece.
With more than 350,000 square feet of pure hands-on science fun, it’s easy to see why the Science Museum is considered to be one of Oklahoma’s best and most creative museums.
The Thunder will wrap up their 2018-19 regular season this week with a home game against the Houston Rockets. You can learn about that and more in this week’s Things to Do & See.
Oklahomies seem to be enjoying more beer these days.