A pie business born out of the industrial-sized kitchen of a church now has a Plaza District shop where sweets junkies can enjoy treats together.
Merriam-Webster defines a mover and shaker as a person who is active or influential in some field or endeavor; a person who sets things in motion.
When Treb Praytor first drove past the Iglesia Building on Western Avenue, he knew it would be the perfect place for him to move his church.
Nine thousand miles from home, Rifti Ali flashed back to memories of the large scale destruction he has seen in his own life.
“We don’t use the ‘V’ word,” Margaret Robertson says.
Emma Kitchel, 9, has been concerned with the safety of schoolchildren ever since the May 20 tornado.
Gina Janzen was standing outside of her second-grade classroom at Briarwood Elementary School on May 20 when she saw the EF5 tornado approaching.
Coming to the United States in 1980, Sagir Ahmed had no idea when he left Bangladesh that the convenience store he would eventually open would contain so much history.
Louis Bennett got the tornado relief effort rolling at Southwest Christian Academy, a child development center and private school on the Moore-Oklahoma City border.
Ann Kesler says sitting at home is a “death sentence.”
Kesler fights off the doldrums in the oil painting studio at the Woodson Park Senior Activity Center, located on S.
Local products and a desire to educate are at the forethought of the owners of one Midtown coffee haven.
The pastor of a church in a historically black neighborhood in Oklahoma City is upset with city and University of Oklahoma officials over rezoning measures.
Sherry Andrusiak still remembers what it felt like the first time her teammates rowed together in 2006.
They told her not to speak Spanish in school.
“You must learn English,” teachers said.
The hot pink exterior of the stucco structure that sits at the edge of Paseo Drive reflects the personality of the art lover who has resided there for 23 years.
Floor to the ceiling, it’s covered in bicycles and bicycling accessories.
Shelle Schaefer entered the antique business with a friend more than a decade ago selling knick-knacks from a small booth in a Guthrie antique mall.
A disaster response team made its way to each ruined house in South OKC’s Westmoor neighborhood, frantically trying to figure out who was home when the May 20 tornado hit.