Summer is the time to drop the top and cruise the road in your sexiest car, and Exotic Motorsports of Edmond has just the ticket. Exotic Motorsports of Edmond, 220 S. Kelly Ave., was the dream of Eliud Villareal and his brother, but in July 2018, he and his business partner, Braiden Bond, opened Exotic Motorsports on Kelly.
Summer heat, backyard barbecues and potluck gatherings cry out for a salad that's both filling and delicious, and Red Rock Canyon Grill, a Hal Smith restaurant, has the perfect salad to compliment any dinner.
Summertime is a magical season. The kids are out of school, the sunshine seems never-ending and there’s no shortage of adventures that await. For many, summer evokes fond memories of childhood: sleepaway camp, family vacations and swimming until your fingers shriveled like prunes. We also celebrate our nation’s independence, host parties for our friends and … Continued
Thousands of Volunteers Needed to Pack Food for Hungry Kids Nearly 2,000 volunteers are needed to help assemble snacks and fresh meals for the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma’s Summer Feeding Program. Through the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma’s Summer Feeding Program, any child 18 and under can receive nutritious meals and snacks at more … Continued
Concerns of Police Survivors is an organization that rebuilds shattered lives of survivors and co-workers affected by line-of-duty deaths through partnerships with law enforcement and the community. C.O.P.S. Oklahoma honored fallen police officers and law enforcement at its 51st Annual Oklahoma Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Event May 10.
The Aalim Dance Academy, BellaFire, Deep Fried Sequins and Mystical Hips bellydance schools participated in the World Shimmy Mob, an international "flash mob" to raise awareness of domestic abuse. Participants from 183 cities globally performed the same choreography on World Bellydance Day May 11. The bellydancers raised funds for the YWCA Oklahoma City at Harkins Theater and Zorba's … Continued
The Oklahoma City Dodgers honored local military members and their families in May during the first Hometown Heroes presented by Boeing night of the season. Dodgers players and coaches wore camouflage jerseys during the game, and a Chair of Honor was dedicated as part of the Hussey Seating Company’s Prisoners of War, Missing in Action Chair of Honor Program.
REMEMBER THE ALAMO! It’s hard not to repeat the phrase in your mind as you explore the San Antonio Alamo Museum, one of Texas’ most visited historic sites. Home of the famous 1836 battle and to living history demonstrations, the 300-year-old former Spanish-mission-turned-fortress is open year-round and is free to visit.