From major investments into sidewalks and trails to the Mayor putting our city on a diet, few communities have invested in health like Oklahoma City has the past decade.
Spring has officially sprung in Oklahoma City and the month of May is packed with amazing outdoor activities for the whole family.
If you have friends or family who should move back to Oklahoma City why don’t you sign them up for our blog? It is as easy as 1-2-3.
Head out to the ballpark and catch some exciting Big 12 Softball action. Find out about that and more in this week’s Things to Do & See.
The Outdoor Foundation recently announced its inaugural Thrive Outside Community Initiative grant recipients. Oklahoma City was selected along with Atlanta, Georgia; Grand Rapids, Michigan and San Diego, California.
It wouldn’t shock anyone if newcomers to the 4-0-5 were initially a little confused by Automobile Alley. At first glance, it is neither an alley or has a real obvious connection to automobile culture. In that spirit, let us introduce you to the district’s past, present and future.
To see OKC’s renaissance in action, you don’t have to look any farther than the Midtown District.
First Fridays on the Paseo are a great way to get to know the Paseo Arts District. That is just one of the many events you will find in this week’s Things to Do & See.