Despite our worst fears, the average American really only gains about one pound during the holiday season. Althought that doesn’t sound like much, if you gain that extra pound year after year, those holiday indulgences can add up.
Article Heide Brandes | Photography Cindy Ritchie Brent Gibson of Classic Home Design is known for his custom-designed and built homes throughout the Oklahoma City metro, but his own home harkens back to the warmth and comfort of the English countryside. Brent and his wife, Peggy, live in a 1920s-style English Tudor home that Brent designed and built. With the facade…
The Meadows Center for Opportunity in Edmond recently hosted its inaugural Golf Outing. The Meadows is a nonprofit organization where the majority of its workforce is developmentally challenged individuals. In spite of some early morning rain, the sun came out, and it was a great day for those who participated!
The Paseo Arts District's 42nd Annual Paseo Arts Festival took place over Memorial Day Weekend. More than 90 visual artists displayed paintings, ceramics, photography, woodworking and more, along with several musicians providing additional entertainment.
The 50th Annual Oklahoma Law Enforcement Officers' Memorial Service was held at the Oklahoma Law Enforcement Memorial. This year, the service was also a re-dedication of the Memorial. The memorial was in need of repair and was completely rebuilt. Six officers' names were added to the wall who were killed in the line of duty in 2017. The memorial … Continued
On a recent cold Saturday, hundreds of men, women and children braved the elements to raise money for C.O.P.S. (Concerns Of Police Survivors), an organization that helps support families of fallen police officers in Oklahoma. The race was held at Boomer Lake in Stillwater. Thank you to all who participated for making this a great … Continued
OKC Lifestyle recently held a launch party at Water’s Edge Winery on Broadway Avenue in downtown Oklahoma City. Food was provided by Stella Modern Italian and The Hall’s Pizza Kitchen, and wine was provided by Water’s Edge Winery. The launch party was a huge success, and more events will be held in the future.
The Festival of the Arts has been a tradition in OKC since 1967. An average of 750,000 people attend the event each year. The 2018 event benefited from mostly nice weather and was well attended. The Festival of the Arts takes place between the Civic Center and City Hall and offers food, music and a variety of art.
OKC Lifestyle recently attended an event to preview some new menu items for the soon-to-open Osteria in Nichols Hills. Chef Fabio Viviani created several outstanding dishes that were shared with the group. This new concept will open this fall in the space currently occupied by Starbucks in Nichols Hills Plaza.