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A-OK at OVAC

A group in Oklahoma is dedicated to supporting visual artists through promotion, education, funding and connection. That organization is the Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition – or OVAC. Established more than 20 years ago, OVAC seeks to raise public interest and awareness of visual arts for all ages. It’s also a great venue for up-and-coming artists to show their work through...

Here’s Looking at You, Punk

Burgers, cocktails and anarchy erupted in the historic Paseo Arts District this past winter à la 84 Hospitality Group, the company behind OKC’s Empire Slice, Revolućion, Gōrō Ramen and Gun Izakaya. The newest addition, Burger Punk, came about via humble food truck beginnings.  Rachel Cope, the CEO and founder of 84 Hospitality, stared at a fully operational food truck –...

By the District

Tulsa by Tracy LeGrand Tulsa Arts One of the oldest downtown hubs, the Tulsa Arts District is rich with iconic spots, like Cain’s Ballroom and the Tulsa Theater (formerly known as the Old Lady on Brady and the Tulsa Municipal Theater). Culturally diverse and hopping, this district is where you can attend musical performances or just hang out on Guthrie Green, and participate...

Something to Crow About

Despite the Dust Bowl and the middle of the Great Depression, Oklahoma City was a surprisingly hopping spot for new businesses and ventures. In 1937, a rooster began to crow on North Walker Avenue, where the Edgemere Park neighborhood ends and the Paseo District begins. Through the booms and busts of the OKC economy, along with the stagnation and gentrification...