A number of MAPS 4 proposals designed to foster community and collaboration in Oklahoma City’s Innovation District have the potential to grow Oklahoma’s economic output exponentially.
We also discuss OK Bio's Brewfest event, Bar Ciccetti, Oki Moto, how it is time to Thunder Up and more.
From coast to coast, there aren’t many people as happy with their hometown as Oklahoma City residents are with theirs.
Since the MAPS 3-backed Riversport Rapids opened in 2016, more than 80 swift-water training and related water-rescue classes have been held at the center, with crews from more than a dozen states and Canada traveling to the city for the emergency preparation. Crews from Arkansas, Texas, Kansas and Missouri have been through classes at the Rapids.
If you’re new to OKC, you may not be aware of what are generally considered the “seeds” of OKC’s ongoing renaissance. MAPS, short for “Metropolitan Area Projects” was a groundbreaking pay-as-you-go series of debt-free municipal projects funded by a temporary penny sales tax.
Former Mayor Norick, known as the "father of MAPS," gives his views on MAPS 4, why MAPS works for OKC and more.
New 'AudaCity' podcast: Scissortail Park opens, MAPS 3 Convention Center/Omni construction, OK state meal, more
We also go over some observations from Leadership Summit and give you a rundown of what to expect from Elevate, OKC's newest, biggest and best professional development conference -- including a discount on registration.
OKC's efforts in the areas of mental health and substance use, major contributing factors to prison overcrowding, have taken on more and more significance.