For Jo Meacham, moving to Oklahoma City to launch a kitchen renovation business felt like a good idea. While her friends and family in Norman and Edmond were skeptical, Jo chose to see the city's new revitalization efforts as an opportunity to grow right along with it. Her vision paid off, and 20 years later, both Oklahoma City and her business are…
When Philip and Heather Busey purchased their Heritage Hills home in 2017, they were looking to recapture the kind of city life they experienced while living in Washington, D.C. Rather than moving back to a larger city where they could enjoy local restaurants, bookstores and entertainment within walking distance of their perfect family home, they decided to create that lifestyle in…
When the weather heats up in Oklahoma, some people run to the pool. I run to the fire. Grilling season has long been a favorite at my house, whether it is cooking a quick dinner for family or entertaining friends.
Hello, and welcome to the inaugural issue of Historic District Lifestyle. Inspired by community, Lifestyle Publications connects local businesses with our local community by directly mailing our high-quality, luxury-focused publication to the most affluent homeowners each month. Historic District Lifestyle joins a family of more than 70 Lifestyle Publications nationwide. We cover the Historic Districts … Continued
Van Gogh, Monet, Degas at the OKC Museum of Art The OKC Museum of Art is hosting the Mellon Collection of French Art from the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. Works from Vincent van Gogh, Claude Monet and Edgar Degas will be on display through Sept. 22. Advance tickets available at OKCMOA.com. Adult tickets are $15, … Continued
The Oklahoma City Ballet was Tickled Pink to honor longtime friend and supporter Gene Rainbolt at this year’s Ballet Ball. Gene's generosity and commitment are instrumental to the Oklahoma City Ballet company and its facility and outreach programs.
Consistent with the stellar venue, ARTini 2019’s theme was STAR-TINI, a celebration of the galaxy! Attendees danced to upbeat music, bid on local artwork from more than100 artists, and sampled light bites and martinis from 11 different local restaurants.