April 25, 2017


The word “innovation” is used frequently to describe a new product, technology or service. Imagine what innovation might look like when you apply it to an entire 1.3-square-mile district.

The Brookings Institution, along with the Project for Public Spaces, recently rel...

April 18, 2017

Wednesday marks the anniversary of the 1995 bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building, a heinous event that took the lives of 168 people and affected thousands more, physically and mentally.

The anniversary and the Oklahoma City National Memorial Museum give us s...

April 11, 2017

In the span of six days, April 25-30, more than 1 million people will attend the Festival of the Arts and the Memorial Marathon in downtown Oklahoma City.

If you lived in Oklahoma City in 1995, you understand the significance of the Memorial Marathon. If you’re a transp...

April 4, 2017

With the warmer weather comes festival season and more tourists. Oklahoma City has a lot to show off to visitors, from Bricktown and downtown’s events and activities to the Oklahoma River and special events at the Oklahoma State Fairgrounds, sporting events at ASA Hall...

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