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Patchwork History

Many families have quilts that have been passed down through the years. Sometimes, there’s a story attached to the quilt, while other times it’s a total mystery. But Martha Ray, retired director of historic homes with the Oklahoma Historical Society, couldn’t let those fables go untold. Ray was part of the restoration process at homes all over Oklahoma. She “got...

Molding Peace of Mind

“Pottery is the new yoga,” says Collin Rosebrook, owner of Paseo Pottery in Oklahoma City’s historic Paseo Arts District.  For 31 years, the pottery studio – which was first a boarded-up laundromat – has been a space for creativity and solace. Beginners will find that they are “immediately successful,” says Rosebrook.  Everything starts with wet clay and is made by hand,...

A Comprehensive Holiday Activity Guide

Raise Your Voice A big fan of holiday tunes? Spread some joy by singing them in a caroling outing with friends or family.  Pro tips: Pick a handful of easy songs to memorize – from “Jingle Bells” to “Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer.” Ensure you’ve got a good range, from classics to more modern fare. An ideal time to go...

A Launchpad for Suds

Brad Stumph, proprietor of a unique business in Oklahoma City, has a mantra that fits what he does for budding brewmasters – Here For Beer. In September, Stumph celebrates his third anniversary as founder-owner of Brewers Union, a craft beer incubator that is the first of its kind in the state and just one of a few in the country. “Craft...