When it comes to partnership, the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber and the State Fair of Oklahoma go together like mac Ďní cheese, especially if that mac Ďní cheese is covered in batter and deep fried.
To celebrate the companies that contribute so much to the community, the Chamber hosts an annual event called Metro 50 that highlights the regionís fastest-growing, privately held companies.
Visit Bricktown Beach this month before it closes on Sept. 15. But if itís still too hot to spend much time outside, there are plenty of art exhibits around the city, such as Colors of Clay at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum or Seeing Now at the 21C Museum Hotel. If you donít make to the state fair this week, it will be in town until Sept. 22.
What weíre talking about Ė and what youíre going to hear more about in the next few months Ė are the Metropolitan Area Projects.
If youíre new to the city, you might not know his name. But youíve likely seen the work heís done in the city.
As youíve heard time and time again, this city is always changing, and thatís especially true in the food scene. You read last week about new food halls, but thatís only two new exciting places opened or will open this fall.
Unless youíre like our friends at Dolese and have concrete ready to go, you probably canít fix a pothole immediately.