Grocery features African items
Aseda International Grocery, a new store featuring African groceries, has opened at 8960 S Western Ave. Items include black-eyed peas, ground beef, fresh produce, plantains, Malta drink, fufu and more. The store opened May 11. Hours are 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
‘Spider-Man' to dine for free
Diners dressed as Spider-Man eat free at Carl's Jr. restaurants this Fourth of July. Starting at 11 a.m., any guest wearing a store-bought or homemade Spider-Man costume will receive a free single grilled cheese bacon burger at Carl's Jr. and Hardee's restaurants nationwide as part of a promotion for the new movie “The Amazing Spider-Man.” Masks are not allowed.
Plus-size men's clothing offered
DestinationXL, a plus-size men's clothing store, opened this week in the May Crossing shopping center, 5401 N May Ave. The brand offers more than 2,000 styles in sizes XL and up, including shoes in extended sizes. It's the 26th DestinationXL store for the Casual Male Retail Group, Inc., which also owns the Casual MaleXL, Rochester Clothing and Shoes XL concepts.
Gently used clothing collected
Men's Wearhouse locations are collecting donations of gently used business attire for men through July 31 to benefit The Education & Employment Ministry. Men's and women's suits, shirts, jackets, ties, belts and shoes will be collected at Oklahoma City's three Men's Wearhouse locations. Items will be distributed to unemployed and underemployed Oklahomans in need. In addition, The Education & Employment Ministry provides help obtaining proper identification, transportation, resumes and job interview skills. For every suit donated, Men's Wearhouse will donate two business ties. Donors receive a coupon for 50 percent off all regular-price items, as well as a tax receipt.
Embassy Suites has remodeled
Embassy Suites Oklahoma City — Will Rogers World Airport recently completed a $5.5 million remodel including new decor and furnishings. The hotel is at 1815 S Meridian, four miles from the airport.
From Staff Reports