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Imagining the future

Oklahoma City's mayor asked for a conversation among residents on the shape of MAPS 4 and, judging from the response on social...

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Union Train Station should be prime candidate for MAPS 3 surplus

After writing extensively over the years about once troubled landmarks like First National, the Skirvin and the Gold Dome, one...

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#OKC Civic Life is a weekly summary of Oklahoma City civic news.

William Crum: #OKC Civic Life is a weekly summary of Oklahoma City civic news.

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OKC Central Live Chat: Progress is being seen, but not everywhere

Q: Is the Bricktown Renaissance Hotel off?A: Andy Patel says he is still moving ahead, but every time I inquire as to when, the...

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Oklahoma City seeks comments, ideas for MAPS 4

Oklahoma City's mayor asked for a conversation among residents on the shape of MAPS 4 and, judging from the response on social...

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OKC sees payoff from online sales taxes

City Manager Jim Couch calls them "crazy numbers." Use tax receipts were up sharply in September and October from the same time...

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Can MAPS 4 dare to address city's toughest challenges?

Twenty-five years after the passage of the first Metropolitan Area Projects initiative was passed by voters desperate to bring...

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Mayor starts the conversation on MAPS 4

Oklahoma City residents are being invited to submit ideas for the next chapter of MAPS, the initiative that has built...

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A Midtown tradition

The 2018 Midtown Walkabout will feature free face painting and balloons, live music and street artists, outdoor games,...

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Mayor urges residents to "Dream Big," opens door for MAPS 4 ideas

Voters most likely will decide a little more than a year from now whether they want to write a new chapter in the highly...

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City manager opening attracts attention

About 30 applications already have been submitted by candidates seeking to succeed Jim Couch as Oklahoma City's city manager....

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A closer look at The Elliott and the path ahead

Folks in Midtown and Heritage Hills are awakening today to news that plans are moving forward to build an eight-story...

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Lincoln Square proposal intended to preserve black roots of devastated neighborhood

Bert Belanger knows he's up against a history that doesn't play well in 2018. On Saturday, I reported on a rezoning application...

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Tech company expansion brings flexible jobs to OKC

SYNQ3 Restaurant Solutions is expanding its presence to Oklahoma City, and plans to bring 300 flexible, part-time jobs to the...

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Eight-story condo tower planned for Midtown

An eight-story upscale condominium tower is set to be built in the heart of Midtown across the street from where the former...

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#OKC Civic Life for Monday, Oct. 8, 2018

William Crum: #OKC Civic Life is weekly summary of Oklahoma City civic news.

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Real estate development game leads to constant changes in downtown neighborhoods

Looking out from the third-floor balcony of her home in a former storage warehouse, Linda Mandel can see the immense downtown...

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Proposed Lincoln Square would add mixed-use development to Innovation District

A team consisting of developers Bert Belanger, Pat Garrett, and brothers R.D. and Scott Smith are taking the first step toward...

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Fine to be set at $10 for skipping out on streetcar fare

The city council had considered a fine of $500.

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Recap: OKC Central Live Chat with Steve Lackmeyer

Read a full transcript of today's OKC Central Live Chat with Steve Lackmeyer.

Green grows the cannabis

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It's a business dedicated to growth — horticulturally speaking, of course. As the medical marijuana industry launches in Oklahoma, Colorado-based GrowGeneration Corp. is entering the market as a supplier for all the necessary goods and...

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OKC Central Live Chat Starts at 10:30 a.m. Today

We've had a busy few weeks and last week I was pretty much tapped out and unable to pull off the sort of chat you...

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Downtown OKC tradition Pumpkinville opens today in the Myriad Gardens

A popular downtown Oklahoma City celebration of the harvest season, Pumpkinville, presented by OGE Energy Corp., opens Friday...

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Marijuana dispensary to go into Donnay Building

The former home of the Drunken Fry is set to become the new home of a medical marijuana dispensary. A building permit...

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Myriad Gardens transforms into Pumpkinville

After going west last year for its annual Pumpkinville fall festival, the Myriad Botanical Gardens will boast a distinctive...

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Search for new OKC city manager begins

Oklahoma City has produced a 10-page prospectus announcing its hunt for a new city manager. Jim Couch, the city's...

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City manager search has begun in Oklahoma City

Applications to succeed Jim Couch as city manager in Oklahoma City are due by Nov. 1. The city council will hire the new city...

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New owners pledge historic restoration of Deep Deuce landmark

A law firm is the new owner of the historic original Oklahoma City School Board building in Deep Deuce and is pledging to...

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OnCue set to expand into urban core

OnCue, which has pursued an aggressive expansion in central Oklahoma, is set to open its first store in the urban core on a...

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Top chefs take to their knives

Gogi Go chef Danh Do took home top honors at the annual Oklahoma Restaurant Association Convention and Expo Culinary Cookoff.

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Monday mixer: A variety of changes to the alcohol industry blend together for historic day

John Holt walked into Midwest Wine & Spirits shortly after 10 a.m. Monday looking to purchase some beer — preferably cold....

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Omni seeks a vibrant street with Oklahoma City hotel

Rare is the moment when a heavily recruited economic development prospect signs on to terms with the city and then saves...

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Senior, affordable housing proposed for west downtown site

Two mixed-use developments, one with workforce and market housing, and another that would replace existing low-income housing...

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Authorities still investigating how man ended up in water

Canal accidents not unusual, but haven't before resulted in serious injury, city says

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Buckling issues prompt plans to replace Skydance bridge's wooden deck

The pedestrian and bicycling span is central to the $138 million MAPS 3 downtown park, connecting the upper and lower sections....

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1 dead, 1 critical after incident in Bricktown Canal

One man died and another man was hospitalized in critical condition after being shocked in the Bricktown Canal Sunday night,...

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Oklahoma City Streetcar service to kick off with weekend-long celebration in December

Streetcar track installation is coming to an end and intensive testing of the downtown loop will begin this month as the $136...

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#OKC Civic Life for Monday, Oct. 1, 2018

William Crum: #OKC Civic Life is The Oklahoman's weekly summary of Oklahoma City civic news.

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Mayor sets Indigenous Peoples Day observance

The mayor's endorsement this week of an Indigenous Peoples Day observance is a reminder, as David Holt wrote in his...

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Expanded vision delays The Collective's opening

Opening for The Collective, a food hall being built in a once blighted service station in Midtown, is being delayed until this...

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Whitewater park amenities approved

Spring 2019 could bring with it a fresh look to Oklahoma City's Boathouse District. The city council will consider spending...

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Indigenous Peoples Day to be observed Oct. 8 in Oklahoma City

David Holt acknowledged his Osage heritage in remarks after taking office and in choices to emphasize the vibrancy Oklahoma's...

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'Marlie’s Magic' puts smiles on U.S. soldiers in Middle East

A soldier stationed in the Middle East, didn’t want to miss this year’s Down Syndrome Festival and 5K, so she decided to...

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OKC officials seek streetcar memories

If you ever rode one of the original Oklahoma City streetcars, the city of Oklahoma City wants to hear your story.

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More choices on tap

Local beer brewing vet Patrick Lively nears release of the first label from his new company, Lively Beerworks.

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Taking Flight at Scissortail Park in Oklahoma City

A 20-ton “orb” titled “Taking Flight” is set be built 19 feet over the entry to Scissortail Park following a monthslong...

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Unclear future awaits Sonic executives

Headquarters for Oklahoma City-based Sonic Corp. will remain in Oklahoma City after agreeing to sell to the parent company of...

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Landscaping plans set for Oklahoma City Boulevard

Planting and landscaping along the east and west segments of the Oklahoma City Boulevard is set to begin this winter as plans...

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The revised policies provide for a review period of at least 18 days from the first public notice of an issue to a council vote.

The Oklahoma City Council voted Tuesday in favor of transparency policies aimed at giving the public additional time to comment...

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Sonic HQ to remain in Bricktown after $2.3 billion acquisition by Arby's parent firm

Oklahoma City-based Sonic Corp. will keep its headquarters in Bricktown after agreeing Tuesday to be bought by the parent...

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Steel going up at Oklahoma Contemporary

Steel erection has started at NW 11 and Broadway where Oklahoma Contemporary is building its new $20 million campus at the...

Boiled or baked, here's a nut that holds some appeal

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Chestnuts likely were a staple food for Native Americans and settlers as they worked their way across the country. In Oklahoma these days, they aren't a high profile crop. But that could change.

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Ghosts of historic buildings reminder of unmet promises

My story Sunday about Together Square — an extension of Myriad Gardens — presents a far better scenario than the fenced-off...

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#OKC Civic Life for Monday, Sept. 24, 2018

William Crum: #OKC Civic Life is a weekly look at Oklahoma City civic news.

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Mick Cornett shares lessons learned with 'The Next American City'

Mick Cornett's first book, “The Next American City,” can be considered a thesis of what he learned, the most important lesson...

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Soccer field, basketball court planned for former Stage Center site in downtown Oklahoma City

OGE Energy Corp. is partnering with three foundations to turn the block that was once home to Stage Center into a park equipped...

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OKC Central Chat transcript, September 21, 2018

You can join Steve's Q&A's on Fridays at 9:30 a.m. and submit your questions about the happenings in and around downtown...

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Development proposals being sought for two prime spots in Core to Shore

Developers are being invited to pitch proposals for two prime properties controlled by the Oklahoma City Urban Renewal...

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What to do in Oklahoma on Sept. 20, 2018: Ride Mo's Carousel at the Myriad Gardens

Mo’s Carousel will open officially to the public from 4 to 7 p.m. today in the Pavilion next to the Children’s Garden in the...

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Urban Renewal Authority calls for new development plan

The Oklahoma City Urban Renewal Authority is asking developer Bill Canfield to come up with a new plan to complete The Hill in...

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Byron's Liquor Warehouse to improve storefront

Byron's Liquor Warehouse at 2322 N Broadway released renderings of a new front facade to the building that has served as the...

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OKC can embrace diversity, panel says

Raúl Font says he hopes Oklahoma City, as it grows significantly over the next 25 years, avoids the traps that so far have...

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Rural Sourcing aims to compete against world from Bricktown

Rural Sourcing, a software development company, is set to start hiring for its proposed new location in Bricktown later this...

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People focus part of Innovation District effort in Oklahoma City

The proposed “innovation district” encompasses an area alternately known as the Oklahoma Health Center, OU Medical Center and...

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OKC City Manager Jim Couch's retirement coincides with start of new era

The announcement by Jim Couch on Monday that he is set to retire doesn't just mark the end of a record stint as city manager,...

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Myriad Gardens merry-go-round is ready for customers

It was sunset and, even with Shakespeare at the Park performing at the water stage, Myriad Gardens was fairly quiet with just a...

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Deep Deuce restaurant Urban Johnnie closes its doors

Downtown sports bar and restaurant, Urban Johnnie, closed Monday. The restaurant at 121 NE 2 in Deep Deuce announced its...

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Jim Couch to retire in January after 18 years as Oklahoma City's city manager

Couch was instrumental in negotiating the 2016 water settlement among tribes, the city and state that governs management of...

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Jim Couch announces retirement as city manager of Oklahoma City

Jim Couch, the longest serving city manager in Oklahoma City history, is announcing his retirement this morning to the...

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#OKC Civic Life is a weekly look at Oklahoma City civic news.

William Crum: #OKC Civic Life is a weekly look at Oklahoma City civic news.

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Billboard dispute roils Hefner Parkway neighbors

Hearts for Hearing filed papers Sept. 4 in Oklahoma County District Court to block its neighbor, Our Lord's Community Church,...

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OKC lost a good man today

Six months. Ask yourselves, what would you do with six months if that was all you had left? That is pretty much what banker...

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OKC Central Commentary: Autonomous vehicles, MAPS and more

OKC Central Commentary: Autonomous vehicles, MAPS and more

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OKC mayor's gift kick-starts MAPS 3 park endowment drive

Dropping for a moment his persona as a public figure, Mayor David Holt on Friday created a living legacy to his parents with...

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Oklahoma River to get a tree makeover

A mostly barren 3.5-mile stretch of the Oklahoma River south of downtown is set to get an influx of 1,000 trees, patches of...

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Interviews: Former Chainsaw Kittens frontman Tyson Meade to play his first children's songs at OKC's Wiggle Out Loud family festival

An outdoor active lifestyles event as well as a music festival for families, the sixth annual Wiggle Out Loud gets back into...

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Bricktown building to house software company bringing 150 jobs to OKC

Rural Sourcing, a software development company with no presence in Oklahoma, is set to open an office employing 150 people at...

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Oklahoma City comics creator Jerry Bennett named Skirvin Hotel's 2018-19 artist in residence

Jerry Bennett, an accomplished comic and pop culture artist, will work in the historic downtown Oklahoma City hotel's studio...

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Recap: OKC Central chat with Steve Lackmeyer

The Oklahoman's Steve Lackmeyer chatted with readers about downtown OKC issues Friday. Read a full transcript of the chat below.

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Downtown Steel

Infill development is continuing to move forward with two Midtown office buildings rising from the ground. As I drive along...

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Work to resume this fall at Gold Dome in Oklahoma City

Work is set to resume on the Gold Dome in Oklahoma City this fall as developer Jonathan Russell attempts to reverse damage done...

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Artwork to cover streets at 3 Classen-10-Penn intersections in Oklahoma City

Oklahoma City is taking an unprecedented step in bringing public art to neighborhoods with a series of murals to be painted on...

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OKC permits a hindrance, scooter companies say

Set scooters free. That was the message company representatives carried to the Oklahoma City Council in a public hearing...

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Heartland headquarters incentives deal advances in Oklahoma City Council

The Oklahoma City Council voted unanimously Tuesday to allow city staff to finalize incentive agreements that would provide $1...

Reforms and a new administration south of the border could make it easier for Oklahoman oil and gas companies to do...

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Mexico's oil and gas industry has been declining for years. Recent reforms aim to change that, and a new administration plans to do more, which could provide Oklahoma oil and gas companies renewed opportunities to do business there.

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Lower part of downtown OKC park designed for play

Setting an easy pace is central to plans for the lower section of the MAPS 3 park.

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Film Row property not for sale, despite what tweets claim

The social media account some associate with The Paramount along Film Row indicates tenants are being emptied out and the...

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Oklahoma City Museum of Art switches to winter hours this week

The Oklahoma City Museum of Art, 415 Couch Drive, is switching to winter hours this week, following Sunday's closing of its...

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First OKC VegFest draws larger than expected crowds

Approximately 4,000 attendees came out for food, resources, yoga and exercise demonstrations and lifestyle presentations.

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#OKC Boxscore for Monday, Sept. 10, 2018.

William Crum: #OKC Boxscore is a weekly look at Oklahoma City civic affairs

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Uptown revival in Oklahoma City continues with new infill construction

Misha Goli is now a second-generation Dunkin' Donuts franchisee and is opening his ninth store at NW 23 and Hudson Avenue in...

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City to end eminent domain for downtown boulevard connection to Bricktown

The Oklahoma City Council is set to decide Tuesday whether to drop its eminent domain effort to acquire a parking lot to...

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BancFirst closes deal to buy OKC's second-tallest building

The 36-story building formerly known as Cotter Ranch Tower is back in local ownership after 14 troubled years of control by the...

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Commuters catch another break; OKC Boulevard now open to Hudson

Downtown Oklahoma City commuters are getting more relief. The Oklahoma City Boulevard between Robinson and Hudson avenues...

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What to do in Oklahoma on Sept. 6, 2018: Check out the opening reception for Janet O'Neal's 'One Thousand Tears' at Artspace at Untitled

Check out the opening reception for "One Thousand Tears," an exhibition by Santa Fe, New Mexio-based artist Janet O'Neal, from...

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Oklahoma business briefs for Sept. 6

Oklahoma business briefs for Sept. 6

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OKC National Memorial among top 25 U.S. museums

The travel planning and booking site TripAdvisor today announced the 2018 Travelers’ Choice Awards for Museums, celebrating...

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Oklahoma native Parker Millsap playing free outdoor show in downtown OKC

Acclaimed Americana singer-songwriter and native Oklahoman Parker Millsap will play a free home-state show Sept. 29 at the...

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#OKC Boxscore for Monday, Sept. 3, 2018

William Crum: #OKC Boxscore is weekly summary of Oklahoma City civic news.

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An eyesore on Classen is set to disappear

Over the past few months the former Phillips 66 station at NW 17 and Classen has fallen into disrepair, overgrown with weeds...

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Season preview: OKC's Carpenter Square Theatre marks 35th anniversary with lineup of contemporary plays

Carpenter Square will explore the full range of human emotions – from romance and humor to heartbreak and suspense – with the...

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OKC Central Chat: Film Row going through growing pains in Oklahoma City

OKC Central Chat: Film Row going through growing pains in Oklahoma City

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Survey reveals high job satisfaction among blue-collar workers

A new poll of blue-collar workers in America conducted by The Harris Poll reveals a high rate of job satisfaction, but a bleak...

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The Oklahoman's Listing of the Week for Sept. 1, 2018

The Oklahoman's Listing of the Week for Sept. 1, 2018.

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OKC Central Chat transcript, August 31, 2018

You can join Steve's Q&A's on Fridays at 9:30 a.m. and submit your questions about the happenings in and around downtown...

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Do you have what it takes to drive OKC's new streetcars?

Sixteen people are training to pilot the city's new streetcars

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Former Lincoln Plaza blighted, set to be declared abandoned

The owner of the former Lincoln Plaza, once the city’s power center but now blighted, is promising to start renovations by...

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Committee recommends $2.3 million TIF financing for Heartland headquarters in Oklahoma City

A $2.3 million allocation from the city’s increment financing fund for construction of a seven-story headquarters on Automobile...

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Vegging out is in

Plant-based lifestyles will be celebrated as the nationwide VegFest makes its first appearance in Oklahoma City on Sept. 8.

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Home-sharing rules to get closer look

Airbnb hosts found themselves on the defensive Tuesday as the Oklahoma City Council began an in-depth review of regulations for...

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Runoff is set for Nov. 6 for Oklahoma City Ward 7 seat.

Radio personality Nikki Nice and former Church of the Harvest senior pastor Kirk Pankratz will meet in a runoff Nov. 6 as...

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Blumert wins Democratic nomination for Oklahoma County District 1 commissioner

Blumert wins Democratic nomination for Oklahoma County District 1 commissioner

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Questions emerge on Bricktown hotel building spree

The once-booming hotel market in Bricktown is showing signs of hitting turbulence as a handful of previously announced...

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Paddle sports trade show brings wave of products to Oklahoma City

River sport and other outdoor enthusiasts on Monday gathered at the Oklahoma River's Boathouse District and the Riversport...

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#OKC Boxscore for Monday, Aug. 27, 2018

William Crum: #OKC Boxscore is a weekly summary of Oklahoma City civic news.

Bull market doesn't mean bear market is definitely on horizon

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Bull market doesn't mean bear market is definitely on horizon Q: What is a bull market and how does it differ from a bear market? A: The term “bull market” is used to refer to a rising stock market; however, it can also be applied to other...

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Development of OKC's NE 23 gains momentum

The revitalization of NE 23, a commercial corridor neglected for decades in Oklahoma City, is continuing to gain momentum with...

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Special OKC Central Live Chat - THE DRIVE

Today we are doing something different. We are going to video live stream our chat at 9:30 a.m. at NewsOk while I do a...

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Ward 7 candidate sued by consultant, sanctioned by state Funeral Board

A consultant has sued Chris Harrison, a candidate for Oklahoma City's Ward 7 council seat, for breach of contract, alleging...

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Omni closes land deal for convention hotel in downtown OKC

Omni Hotels & Resorts closed on its purchase of land from the Oklahoma City Urban Renewal Authority on Thursday

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Will Rogers terminal expansion gets final go-ahead

The Oklahoma City Airport Trust on Thursday approved final plans for extending the concourse and adding four gates at Will...

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Dolese moving headquarters out of Automobile Alley

Dolese Bros., one of the oldest continuously operating businesses downtown, is set to sell its headquarters at the gateway to...

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Commuters catch a break downtown as OKC Boulevard construction progresses

Section adjacent to the OKC Streetcar tracks could be open by the time streetcar service begins.

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Airport Authority gives final approval to plans for Will Rogers terminal expansion.

The terminal expansion includes a new security checkpoint and a visitors' observation deck.

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Ludivine moving into more active area in Oklahoma City, but operators plan to keep the same vibe

Ludivine, a popular farm-to-table restaurant in Midtown, is set to move from its early 20th century home on Hudson Avenue to...

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Scooter service receives OKC permits

Scooter service Bird Ride received permits from the city of Oklahoma City on Monday for 15 rental locations, clustered mostly...

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Myriad Gardens hosts purr-fect event

An abundance of whiskers and cat ears could be seen Saturday during the annual Cat Video Fest at the Myriad Botanical Gardens,...

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Crowds gather at Kerr Park reopening in downtown Oklahoma City

Crowds gather at Kerr Park reopening in downtown Oklahoma City

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Heartland incentives deal advances

The Oklahoma City Economic Development Trust gave its go-ahead for negotiating an agreement to provide up to $1 million in...

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Oklahoma City issues rental location permits to scooter service

Bird Ride Inc. started renting scooters in Midtown, the central business district and Bricktown on Aug. 1; threat of...

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Celebration of 1958 Katz sit-in leads to effort to permanently remember our past

Racism isn't dead. But Saturday a large crowd gathered downtown and took a step toward healing. and a diverse array of people...

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What to do in Oklahoma on Aug. 20, 2018: See an array of Native American art in the exhibit 'A Few of Our Favorite Things' at OKC's Red Earth Art Center

It may be small, but the Red Earth Art Center is home to an impressive permanent collection of more than 1,000 pieces of...

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#OKC Boxscore for Monday, Aug. 20, 2018

William Crum: #OKC Boxscore is a weekly summary of Oklahoma City civic news.

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Oklahoma City needs to recognize achievements of Clara Luper

Oklahoma City needs to recognize achievements of Clara Luper.

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Author Sam Anderson's sweeping book about Oklahoma City ranges from the Land Run to the Thunder's basketball success.

Author Sam Anderson's sweeping book about Oklahoma City ranges from the Land Run to the Thunder's basketball success.

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Sam Anderson, author of the new book, "Boom Town," talks about his fascination with Oklahoma City.

Sam Anderson, author of the new book, "Boom Town," talks about his fascination with Oklahoma City.

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What to do in Oklahoma on Aug. 18, 2018: Check out the annual Cat Video Festival at the Myriad Gardens

The annual Cat Video Festival, sponsored by Midtown Vets, returns by popular request tonight at the Myriad Botanical Gardens,...

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OKC Central Commentary: Restoration effort to save historic Oklahoma City church

OKC Central Commentary: Travis W. Watkins Tax Resolution and Accounting this week announced it has purchased the nearly...

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Job incentives totaling $1 million sought as part of new downtown Oklahoma City headquarters

Heartland, the U.S. division of Global Payment Systems, is seeking $1 million in job incentives as part of its decision to...

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OKC Central Chat transcript, August 17, 2018

The Oklahoman's Steve Lackmeyer took questions from readers in today's OKC Central Live Chat.

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Parking tension continues in Plaza District

Discord is rising among property owners in the Plaza District following the realization that half of a parking lot used by...

The rains came down and the homes went up

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When it rained, it poured, but starts didn't stop for Oklahoma City homebuilders.

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Eminent domain negotiations require transparency with landowners

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Eminent domain negotiations with landowners require transparency Q: There is an increasing trend of companies utilizing eminent domain to acquire land relating to oil, gas and renewable energy projects and, with this, landowners are becoming...

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Want to please trick-or-treaters this Halloween? Give these three candies.

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Oklahoma's No. 1 Halloween treats, based on pounds sold through a large online retailer, are Dubble Bubble, Snickers and Skittles.

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Oil prices, hurricane drive up gasoline costs

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Gasoline prices typically drop in the fall, but this year they have continued to rise even as temperatures have cooled. The price at the pump is driven primarily by three factors: the price of oil, the cost of refining the oil into gasoline and...

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Nitrogen application works for wheat when it is applied at the right time.

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Oklahoma State University researchers say the best time to apply nitrogen to a needy crop of wheat is shortly after it emerges from the ground. But that means farmers who are concerned about the issue may have to be patient.

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How OKC hopes to be a disrupter this season

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The Warriors are the undisputed favorite to win another NBA title. But the Thunder is among a handful of teams that has shown they aren't laying down or giving up. OKC hopes to disrupt, starting Tuesday night at Golden State.

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