“We become neighbors when we are willing to cross the road for one another.” — Henri J.M. Nouwen, “Bread for the Journey: A Daybook of Wisdom and Faith”

The Oklahoman's summer 2013 intern class spent much of their time getting to know Oklahoma City from the ground up. They met characters from all walks of life, saw all sorts of sights and experienced more than they thought they would. Below is an interactive map detailing the stories from your community. Click the numbers to learn more.

The locations: DowntownAutomobile Alley, BricktownJFK Neighborhood
Capitol HillRiversideSouthwest Oklahoma CityPlaza, Paseo

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  • The History of Capitol Hill

    Rhiannon Walker | Published: Mon, Jul 15, 2013

    Capitol Hill is located just south of downtown Oklahoma City bordering the Oklahoma River. It was once supposed to be capital of Oklahoma, but the residents decided they wanted their area’s to maintain its independence.