Hot Spots for Guys

 Article Heide Brandes  Oklahoma City is home to some great hot spots for guys to hang out, socialize and have some fun. Top Golf and Bad Axe Throwing, for instance, add a bit of competition and sport to a typical guy's night out while Scissors and Scotch allows for a more luxurious and relaxed atmosphere of grooming and drinks.  

How to Start Running the Smart Way

 Article Heide Brandes | Photography Cindy Ritchie  Red Coyote Running and Fitness is a specialty fitness store with locations in Edmond and Oklahoma City. It focuses on providing the best gear, training and help for runners in the metro. Red Coyote is the only store in OKC to utilize free slow motion video gait analysis in the shoe-fitting process.  Best…

Wine Delight

 Article Heide Brandes | Photography Reed Ewing Photography  Danny and Jeannie Stith of Oklahoma City know wine. They love wine. With a collection just shy of 2,000 bottles, the Stiths wanted a unique space that could not only highlight their wine collection but protect it as well.  

A Serene Sanctuary

 Article Heide Brandes  When Don and Robyn Shandy moved to their new home in Fairview Farms in north Oklahoma City, they wanted a space that not only combined their love of traditional pieces with a fresh, contemporary feel but a home that was soothing and relaxing as well.  

Dear Gents,

We told you your time would come, didn’t we, guys? Since the May issue was all about the ladies, we thought it was only fair the June issue of OKC Lifestyle be dedicated to the gents of our community.  While we will celebrate the dads in our lives on Father’s Day, June 17, you don’t … Continued

June 2018 Around Town

National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum’s Annie Oakley Society to Honor Three The National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum’s Annie Oakley Society will honor Mo Anderson of Keller Williams, Chickasaw Nation Gov. Bill Anoatubby and local winner of “America’s Got Talent” Darci Lynne Farmer for contributions to the American West at 11:30 a.m. June 6 … Continued

Thin Blue Line Run/Race

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 Launch Party

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 m​ore events will be held in the future.

OKC Festival of the Arts in Bicentennial Park

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’s Male Movers & Shakers

 Article Heide Brandes | Photography Cindy Ritchie  Joe Carter, Director of Donor Development, Oklahoma City Community Foundation  Joe Carter, director of Donor Development and Planned Giving Services at Oklahoma City Community Foundation, has more than 27 years of experience in higher education and nonprofit fundraising for organizations in the areas of major gifts and planned giving. For the past 15…