April 2018 Around Town

Oklahoma City voters chose David Holt as their next mayor in February's primary election.

Osteria Preview Event

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.

Cadillac CTS-V

On the showroom of Bob Moore Cadillac in Edmond, the limited edition CTS-V sedan in glacier metallic shines like the gem it is.

Eco Chic

Spring has finally sprung! As the last dredges of winter make their way out, and we can finally begin to stop and smell the roses, it’s also a good time to remind ourselves to take the time to appreciate our beautiful planet.


A Rainbow of Produce

Once a month, and now once a week, loads of produce, meat and other farm products roll in the Oklahoma Food Cooperative in bushels of deep greens, reds, yellows and more.

Optimal Health Associates

Though renowned for the care of women's issues and the hormonal care for women, Optimal Health Associates' Dr. Noel Williams says men's hormonal health is as important and can be life-changing as well.

Beautifully Unique & Eco-Friendly

 has a thing about doors.  A nature lover and traveler, she also has a thing about rustic beauty and bringing in the elements of nature into her home. So when she used John Matteson Custom Homes to build her new house, she knew the design would be built around those special items she loved.  Using reclaimed wood and repurposed items,…

Planning for the Future

When is it too young to start considering your estate, your powers of attorney and planning for death or disability?

Water for All

Globally, at least 2 billion people use a drinking-water source contaminated with feces, according to the World Health Organization, and 842,000 deaths from diarrheal diseases each year could be prevented by improved water, sanitation and hygiene. Additionally, WHO/UNICEF estimate that 844 million people lack a basic drinking water service.