Sipping for Success, Support

Every bag of Scars and Stripes Coffee helps a veteran... and sometimes, you can see the photo and profile of individual veterans that the purchase supports.

Meet Dr. Arielle Allen

Dr. Arielle Allen always wanted to be a surgeon. She graduated from the Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine and completed her residency in obstetrics/gynecology at the University of Oklahoma -Tulsa and completed her fellowship in female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery at the University of Oklahoma. She also earned a Masters Degree in Clinical & Translational Sciences.

Camp Champions

 When it comes to summer fun, nothing beats camp.   Hiking, outdoor games, archery, lake fun and sing-a-longs are the traditional play of summer, but for many children, having such an experience is out of reach. Enter Camp Classen.   The YMCA Camp Classen has been providing campers, young and old alike, with unforgettable memories since the 1920s. Nestled in the Arbuckle…

Streets, Quality of Life, Education, Diversity

Since taking office as Oklahoma City’s new mayor, David Holt has focused on four key areas that he says will continue the city’s climb toward greatness.

The Secret Sauce of Success

It’s a remarkable time to be a female leader. Nearly half of the workforce in the United States are women, with younger females entering the professional world more educated than men and making more money to men their age than their mothers and grandmothers decades ago.

OKC-OMS Donates Oral Surgery to Families of Fallen Officers

Jason Wright was only 33 years old when a heart attack took his life. 

That’s A Wrap

Like most things in life, presentation is key. Of course gift wrapping falls under this rule. Here's our 6-step life hack to wrapping like a professional. So say goodbye to amateur presents plagued with gift wrap gap or crumpled corners, and say hello to perfection.