Oklahoma City

Retail in the spotlight: The Hub brings shopping to Film Row

Monday, March 17, 2014

The pioneering spirit that could be found in the early Oklahoma settlers is alive in the partners of The Hub, the only retail shop on Film Row.

SXSW: 'Elevator pitch' winners announced

Thursday, March 13, 2014

Competition was held Monday night at the Oklahoma Buffalo Lounge at the South By Southwest Festival in Austin, Texas.

SXSW: Where the Buffalo Lounge

Monday, March 10, 2014

Web developers, entrepreneurs, filmmakers and bands hit South By Southwest’s annual Oklahoma interactive showcase this week

Attend upcoming BioSummit for insight about Oklahoma’s biosciences industry

Friday, March 7, 2014

Gain insight into Oklahoma’s biosciences industry – as well as some tips for funding and marketing your own venture – during the upcoming BioSummit and Awards Dinner on March 26. Sponsored by the Oklahoma BioScience Association, the Biosummit will take place all day at the Skirvin Hilton Hotel, 1 Park Ave., in Oklahoma City. The summit

$40 million Journal Record redevelopment, garage deal approved in Oklahoma City

Thursday, March 6, 2014

The Journal Record Building, largely empty since it was damaged by the 1995 Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building bombing, is set to be redeveloped later this year with completion possible by summer of 2015.

Cornett sweeps to re-election

Wednesday, March 5, 2014

In a closely watched race for Oklahoma City mayor, incumbent Mick Cornett was reelected with 65.7 percent of the vote.

In Oklahoma City, re-imagined landmarks on the menu

Monday, February 24, 2014

In booming Oklahoma City, a quest for restaurants giving warehouses, car dealerships and other old buildings a second life leads to an unexpected adventure in food, history and architecture.

Editorial: MAPS to success

Monday, January 6, 2014

Without the Metropolitan Area Projects, Oklahoma City would not have an NBA team, an Olympic training center, a canal through an entertainment district or a first-rate ballpark. And without those, the city probably would not have a standard of living sufficient to attract and hold a workforce for Devon, Chesapeake, Dell, Continental Resources, or any of the other companies whose payrolls and taxes have fueled the economic comeback.