• 6 Thanksgiving Traditions That your Family Will Gobble Up This Season

    Carla Meadows | Updated: Wed, Nov 26, 2014

    See how you and your family can enjoy this Thanksgiving with these fun holiday traditions.

  • Is the clock ticking on Jeremy Lamb?

    Jon Hamm | Updated: Tue, Nov 25, 2014

    Jeremy Lamb was considered the prize of the James Harden trade. Three years later, is his time running out in Oklahoma City?

  • 'Vanya and Sonya and Masha and Spike' is a CityRep hit!

    Elizabeth Hurd | Updated: Thu, Nov 20, 2014

    A modern family in a Chekhovian melodrama is CityRep's latest hit show.

  • Holiday dinner show like no other: 'Crawfords' at the Boom

    Anna Holloway | Updated: Wed, Nov 19, 2014

    Dinner and a show with "the Crawfords" at the Boom in classic Hollywood holiday style.

  • Scientifically safe 101

    Robert Hayes | Updated: Mon, Nov 17, 2014

    Safety should be based on science. This means there should be an empirical, testable basis for worker, the public and environmental protection. This also means that risk should be evaluated for what it is in that it is both quantifiable and nonzero

  • Nicholas Sparks to speak on faith, literature at Oklahoma Christian University

    Luke Swanson | Updated: Wed, Nov 12, 2014

    Best-selling author Nicholas Sparks will be a guest speaker at Oklahoma Christian University on Nov. 21 as a part of the McBride Lecture for Faith and Literature. He will discuss religion in his writing at this free event open to the public.

  • Country Music Legends Mel Tillis, TG Sheppard To Perform In Oklahoma

    Sharla McIver | Updated: Fri, Nov 7, 2014

    Tickets are still available to see country music icons Mel Tillis and TG Sheppard perform at First Council Paradise Casino in Newkirk on Nov. 21.

  • Radon 101

    Robert Hayes | Updated: Fri, Nov 7, 2014

    A very light overview of radon, where it comes from, what it does and the EPA action limits.

  • Spooky 'Bat Boy' at OCU

    Brynne Frauenhoffe | Updated: Wed, Nov 5, 2014

    Theater OCU's spooky production of "Bat Boy" heralds their other holiday offerings.

  • Oklahoma Christian creates new program to enhance Spiritual Life

    Marie-Claire Wharton | Updated: Wed, Nov 5, 2014

    Oklahoma Christian University introduces a new program in order to provide students with other ways to meet their Spiritual Life requirements.

  • Gobble Up These 4 Thanksgiving Road Trip Attractions

    Carla Meadows | Updated: Mon, Nov 3, 2014

    Thanksgiving is usually the busiest travel time of the year. See how you and your family can explore new destinations during your fall escape and turn your Turkey Day trip into something to really gobble about.

  • The Kids’ Place To Host Fall Festival Fundraiser at Oklahoma Christian University

    Josh Watson | Updated: Mon, Nov 3, 2014

    One of the state’s only free grief-support centers for children is hosting a fall festival fundraiser Nov. 7 in Edmond from 5 to 7:30 p.m. The Kids’ Place event will be held in the Dave Smith Athletic Center at Oklahoma Christian.

  • A Look At The National Weather Festival Through The Years

    Justin Marre | Updated: Mon, Nov 3, 2014

    Do you have an interest in learning about how a weather forecast is put together? Maybe you have a favorite meteorologist from the news you have always wanted to meet.

  • 'Sweeney Todd' at Reduxion Theatre

    Elizabeth Hurd | Updated: Mon, Nov 3, 2014

    Reduxion Theatre produces a shocking and tragic "Sweeney Todd."

  • Capillary action and surface tension

    Robert Hayes | Updated: Mon, Nov 3, 2014

    How do trees pull water up into their leaves from the ground? Why does fog and clouds not coalesce into water droplets at each formation? The answer is surface tension.

  • WWII veteran to celebrate 95th birthday in Oklahoma City

    By John Brandenburg | Updated: Thu, Oct 30, 2014

    A World War II Army Air Force veteran, who devotes his time to the Lions Club and working on model trains and planes in his home, will celebrate his 95th birthday Friday, on Halloween, in Oklahoma City. Robert S. Hahn Sr., a longtime resident of the Camelot neighborhood, is the father of Elizabeth Hahn, a Santa Fe artist who was director of Arts Place in Oklahoma City, and plans to return for the party. Born in Columbus, Mississippi, Hahn started working after high school as a secretary for the T. J. Moss Tie Company, bought 30 years later by Kerr-McGee, and moved to Oklahoma City from St. Louis in 1971. “I was with plants all over the United States, in Columbus, Shreveport, St.

  • Help for Those Grieving Someone Lost to Suicide

    Jean Williams | Updated: Thu, Oct 30, 2014

    Suicide is the 10th leading cause of death for Americans. The grief that accompanies a loss to suicide is typically longer and more intense than other types of loss, but there is help.

  • Oklahoma Christian professor celebrates 20 years of AMA perfect attendance

    Josh Watson | Updated: Wed, Oct 29, 2014

    Earlier this month, OC professor Burt Smith celebrated 20 years of perfect attendance with the Oklahoma City chapter of the American Marketing Association.

  • What does your website say about your business?

    Pete Kontakos | Updated: Wed, Oct 29, 2014

    With the information that is provided about marketing online, it is simply inexcusable not to have a website or some other web presence. This article discusses some important concepts for business owners and their websites.

  • Cloud Computing - What can it do to help small businesses?

    John Marcellus | Updated: Tue, Oct 28, 2014

    Here are six things that small business owners can do to save money and manage their data. They should also be aware of these three things to avoid using the Cloud for.