Celebrating the Holidays in Style, and More!

What are fashionable people in central Oklahoma wearing to holiday celebrations this year? We threw a little “party” of our own recently to offer our readers some inspiration. It took the form of a photo session, but not just any photo session! The main event was, of course, the photo shoot featuring local women modeling stylish holiday apparel from Cayman’s…

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In Oklahoma alone, over 15,000 people suffer from Parkinson’s Disease, a progressive neurologic disorder affecting movement by causing tremors, rigidity, slow movement and balance issues, but it also affects every other part of the body as well. It's a debilitating disease, and currently there are no treatment options available to stop the progression, nor is there is there a cure.

Celebrating the Arts and Business

The Fall Arts Luncheon, hosted by the Norman Chamber of Commerce Business and the Arts Committee, highlights the important relationship between the arts and business communities through awards given by the committee and Norman Arts Council. This year's honorees were James Briggs, Bette Talvacchia and Nicole Waggoner.

Moore Chamber Celebrates 70th Anniversary

Over 400 of Moore's community and business leaders came together on Oct. 14 at Riverwind Showplace Theater to celebrate the chamber's 70th anniversary. Attendees enjoyed a fine meal and live entertainment as well as a silent and live auction.

December 2016 Around Town

The newest addition of Memory Care in southwest Oklahoma City is a 50-bed residence designed specifically for those residents suffering with memory loss, particularly the many forms of dementia, including Alzheimer’s, plaguing our senior population today.

Living Large on Lake Eufaula

Carlton attracts a diverse population, drawn by the town’s relaxed, community-oriented lifestyle, emphases on health and fitness and beautiful setting. Currently, about 20 percent of Carlton Landing’s owners are full-time residents; the remainder are secondary homeowners and investors who see their home in Carlton Landing as a sound financial investment.

Dale Graham

In Oklahoma alone, over 15,000 people suffer from Parkinson’s Disease, a progressive neurologic disorder affecting movement by causing tremors, rigidity, slow movement and balance issues, but it also affects every other part of the body as well. It's a debilitating disease, and currently there are no treatment options available to stop the progression, nor is there is there a cure.

Celebrating the Holidays …

A great amount of teamwork was required to plan and execute our "Celebrating the Holidays in Style" photo shoot at the Montford Inn in Norman. So, we decided to include this sidebar photo essay to offer readers a "sneak peek" into the making of this huge collaborative effort.

Tis the Season

It’s a special season at Norman Public Library Central, as 2016 marks 50 years in its current location at 225 N. Webster Ave. in downtown Norman. And this year’s Holiday Open House at the library takes on that theme, with a Golden Holiday gathering from 6 to 8 p.m. During that time, the library will be filled with festive activities,…

It’s a Wonderful Life

This issue carries a story about this magazine's first major photo shoot, titled "Celebrating the Holidays in Style." It entailed a great deal of planning and execution, and no one was more thrilled than I when everything was at last wrapped up, and it was time to fold up the chairs, put away the cameras and say farewell to all…

Yellow Rose Dinner Theatre

The holiday season is here, and among the sparkling decorations and familiar music, we find a renewed focus on spending time with our loved ones. For those looking to try something new, the Yellow Rose Dinner Theater in Moore offers a night of unique, family-friendly entertainment accompanied by a hearty meal. What more could you ask for from Oklahoma’s only…