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JUNE 2019

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The Men's Issue PLANNING A TRIP: A MAN'S PERSPECTIVE

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LIFESTYLE LETTER

JUNE 2019 PUBLISHER

Jimmy Darden | jimmy.darden@lifestylepubs.com 405.541.5650

Welcome to our Men's Issue! IN ONE OF OUR TWO FEATURE STORIES, THREE OF THIS AREA’S MOVERS AND SHAKERS SHARE SOME OF THEIR THOUGHTS ON THE FUTURE OF CLEVELAND COUNTY WHILST SIPPING A SELECTION OF WHISKEYS AND ENJOYING THE AMBIANCE OF VOLARE ON THE UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA NORMAN CAMPUS. This amiable gentlemen’s discussion was the brainchild of Cleveland County Lifestyle publisher Jimmy Darden who chipped in  to assist the men in their second “assign-

MANAGING EDITOR

Jerri Culpepper | jerri.culpepper@lifestylepubs.com ACCOUNT MANAGER

Jacqueline Serrano | jacqueline.serrano@lifestylepubs.com CONTRIBUTING WRITERS

Michael Carrier, Jerri Culpepper, Lindsey Davies CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHERS

Lindsey Davies, Ryan Lassiter, Krystyn Richardson

ment” of the evening: taste test three brands of whiskey and vote on their favorite. Tough assignment. (Ahem) Other stories that may be of special interest to men: + Longtime travel agency founder and worldwide traveler Bentley C. Hedges encourages men to participate in their travel planning, noting that often guys may have a slightly different “to do” list for their journey than the ladies. He also shares some tips on how to ensure your best-ever land-based or cruise vacation. + Tim Lewis, co-owner with his brother Glenn Lewis of Lewis Jewelers, shares the history of their business, with roots that go back more than four decades and cross Norman, Moore and Oklahoma City. The jewelry store has survived economic downturns and even tornadoes, but continues to thrive, thanks to a wise investment in high-tech jewelry-making tools, a shared passion for the craft, and a true commitment to customer service. + A Full Body Functional Strength Training program tailored for men, offered through Solid Rock Training.

CORPORATE TEAM CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Steven Schowengerdt

You’ll also read about the reopening of another local business, the Norman Music

CHIEF SALES OFFICER Matthew Perry

Institute, which is now housed in a beautiful, state-of-the-art facility; a business that

CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER DeLand Shore

offers private jet transportation (and more) for business and R&R; and an organization

ART DIRECTOR Sara Minor

whose mission is to provide educational scholarships to the children and spouses of

OPERATIONS DIRECTOR Janeane Thompson

fallen or disabled service members. Need a meeting place for your business or organization? Or an upcoming reunion, celebration or simple meet-up with friends? In another article, you’ll read about how restaurateur Anthony Compagni has carved out beautiful but functional spaces for

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meetings of most sizes at Volare on Campus Corner. Before closing, I'd like to direct our readers to our Calendar, where we've listed some great activities for your and your family's entertainment. Among these: Jazz in June, Le Tour de Vin, and the Red Earth Native American Cultural Festival. If you find yourself bored this summer, you have no one to blame but yourself! (LOL) Happy adventuring! ARIZONA | CALIFORNIA | COLORADO | CONNECTICUT | FLORIDA | GEORGIA

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INSIDE THE ISSUE JUNE 2019

FEATURES 22 For a More Relaxed Vacay or Business Trip Let Your Pilot Do the “Driving”

26 A Cruise or Vacation in Your Future? Travel Agency Founder Says Men Should Take Part in Planning Process

30 Cleveland County Three Area Movers and Shakers Discuss Area’s Future

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38 For Local Jewelry Store Customer Service Not Just a Buzz Word

22 DEPARTMENTS

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Lifestyle Letter

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Good Times

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Around Town

20 Now Open 22 Driver’s Notebook 35 Realty Report 36 Giving Back 38 Locally Owned 42 Hot Spot 46 Healthy Lifestyle 50 Lifestyle Calendar 54 Local’s Choice


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Moore Chamber Hosts Chickasaw Nation Gov. Bill Anoatubby

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The Moore Chamber of Commerce, along with sponsor Norman Regional Moore, hosted Chickasaw Nation Gov. Bill Anoatubby on April 4. Over 100 members of the chamber and community came for this unique opportunity to hear from Gov. Anoatubby and the impact of the Chickasaw Nation on the state of Oklahoma. 1. Richie Splitt, CEO, Norman Regional Health System, Kathy Gillette, president/CEO, Moore Chamber of Commerce; Gov. Bill Anoatubby; Jeff Milles, VP, Republic Bank & Trust and chairman of the Moore Chamber’s Board of Directors | 2. Members of the chamber and the community pack the house to hear from Gov. Bill Anoatubby. | 3. Brooks Mitchell, Moore city manager; Bryson Panas, field representative for U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe; Sen. Darrell Weaver; Mayor Glenn Lewis; Gov. Bill Anoatubby; Rep. Mark McBride; Will McPherson, district representative for Congressman Tom Cole | 4. Gov. Bill Anoatubby with MPS Superintendent Robert Romines

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Moore Chamber Celebrates New Businesses to the Community

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The Moore Chamber of Commerce has been busy celebrating new businesses to the Moore community.

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1. Urban Air Adventure Park, 2800 S. Telephone Road | 2. The House of Payne, 620 NW 5th St. | 3. Fatty’s Smokehouse, 301 W. Main | 4. Gregory’s Sporting Goods, 609 N. Moore Ave. | 5. Frontier Hospice & Transitional Care, 221 N I-35 Service Road | 6. D’s Nuggs, 1600 S Eastern Ave. | 7. Ribbon Palooza celebrating five home-based/single-representative businesses: Sherri Gibson/Scentsy, The Joy of Travel with Meredith Carrell, Top Notch Power Washing and Striping, Calloway Tax Advisors, Inc. and VIP Insurance 10

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GOOD TIMES

Junior League of Norman's Charity Ball Guests at the Junior League of Norman's Charity Ball, themed “A Night in Hollywood” and held  March 9 at the NCED Conference Center, enjoyed the legendary “Taster’s Affair,” featuring samples by local restaurants, as well as a silent auction, raffle, live DJ and dancing. This year’s event featured a Cleveland County Lifestyle After Party. PHOTOGRAPHY NEXUS PRODUCTIONS INC.

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AROUND TOWN

LIBRARIES OFFER SUMMER LEARNING CHALLENGE

SHERRER ELECTED REPUBLIC BANK AND TRUST PRESIDENT

Summer's coming to Pioneer Library System,

Andy Sherrer, a longtime Republic Bank and

with a new theme and new name but many of the

Trust banker, has been elected president. Chuck

same features families have come to expect, plus

R.Thompson, president of Republic for over 30

some new twists.

years, retains the title of CEO. Sherrer, who con-

This year will feature a Summer Learning

tinues as director of corporate banking and private,

Challenge, similar to past year’s moniker of

professional and executive banking, was formerly

“Summer Reading” but with additional activities

one of the bank's executive vice presidents.

like taking part in STEM-related programs.

Sherrer's promotion is part of Republic’s long-

The theme for this year’s Summer Learning activ-

term succession planning with executive team

ities is ““A Universe of Stories,” with programs in

members Thompson; James Harp, chief credit

Pioneer’s 12 libraries taking on outer space themes,

officer; Brenda Parks, chief administrative officer;

science and technology focuses, and more.

Mark Ledbetter, director of deposit administra-

Find out more at PioneerLibrarySystem.org.

JAZZ IN JUNE RETURNS TO NORMAN

tion; and Mariann Lawson, director of marketing and community relations.

The 36th annual Jazz in June, the hippest jazz festival around (and free, to boot!) returns with Blues Under the Stars, featuring blues headline Josh Hoyer and Soul Colossal from 7:30-11 p.m.Thursday, June 20, and Jazz Under the Stars, featuring jazz headliner Jonathan Scales, 7:30-11 p.m. Friday, June 21, both at Brookhaven Village, and Jazz in the Park, 6:30-11 p.m. Saturday, June 22, at Andrews Park. Headliners for the Saturday event will be the Funky Knuckles, a seven-piece jazz orchestra "super group" composed of members from some of the most well-known names in the music industry.  As in years past, several jazz clinics, as well as a blues and a jazz jab, are scheduled around town in conjunction with the festival. For a complete schedule and for more information, visit JazzinJune.org/schedule.

OLIVETO ANNOUNCES SEASONAL MENU ITEMS Oliveto Italian Bistro, 1301 S I-35 Service Road, Moore, recently rolled out its seasonal menu–ideal CONTINUED >

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AROUND TOWN

(CON TI N UED)

for those seeking a lighter, healthier option.  All of the new items also pack plenty of flavor. Choices include: + Thai Chicken Pasta - Grilled chicken, matchstick carrots, bean sprouts and green onions tossed with a spicy peanut sauce and thin spaghetti, garnished with crushed peanuts and fresh cilantro + Chicken Mango Habanero Salad- House lettuce mix, spinach, grilled chicken, mangoes, grape tomatoes and roasted jalapeños, tossed with a mango habanero ranch dressing and garnished with diced avocados + Salmon Picatta- Atlantic salmon cooked on a cedar plank, served atop creamy sun-dried tomato and roasted garlic risotto, and finished with a lemon caper cream sauce. Also new: for a $2 upcharge, guests may choose a cauliflower pizza crust or substitute cauliflower

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ROYAL BAVARIA ANNOUNCES JUNE LINEUP Each Thursday, Friday and Saturday through June, Royal Bavaria will feature live music, as well as the best authentic German food and brew available in the state, in its popular beergarten. Bands featured this month are: Allen Williams Duo, Saturday, June 1; Hunter Thomas, Thursday, June 6, and John the Franklin, Friday, June 7 (Saturday’s musician TBA); Route 66, Thursday, June 13, Shawn Proffitt, Friday, June 14, and Redgrass Spring Band, Saturday, June 15; Hunter Thomas, Thursday, June 20, Heartbreak Rodeo, Friday, June 21, and Allen Williams Duo, Saturday, June 22; and Shawn Proffitt, Thursday, June 27, and John the Franklin, Friday, June 28 (Saturday’s musician TBA). Royal Bavaria is located at 3401 S. Sooner Road. For more information, call 799.7666 or visit Royal-Bavaria.com.

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NMI's new building includes an amazing performance hall with the latest innovations in sound, lights and video.

INSTITUTE IN NEW DIGS There’s big news at the institute. On March 1, they relocated to a state-of-the-art facility at 2901 Broce Drive. Adding three classrooms and three private lesson rooms, the building showcases a performance hall with the latest innovations in sound, lights and video. 

NORMAN

MUSIC INSTITUTE RAISING THE NEXT GENERATION OF MUSIC ARTISTS FOR 12 YEARS ARTICLE AND PHOTOGRAPHY LINDSEY DAVIES

Fred Goff (left) and Dean Brown, NMI owners, with Fred's daughter Sara Goff, who serves as executive secretary

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MUSIC ENRICHES ANY EDUCATION AND PROVIDES

opportunities for their students to play outside their facility,

STUDENTS WITH A UNIQUE PERSPECTIVE AND VALU-

from OKC Thunder games to the Norman Music Festival,

ABLE SKILLS. Locally, the Norman Music Institute has been

and everywhere in-between.

raising the next generation of music artists for 12 years. I

The institute sponsors numerous events throughout

spoke with Dean Brown, NMI co-owner and director of

the year in support of worthy causes, such as epilepsy

music education, about the institute’s history, unique teach-

awareness, to benefit concerts organized by students

ing methods and brand-new state-of-the-art facility.

and teachers to raise funds and awareness for Food and

Dean studied music, and later taught and served in admin-

Shelter. NMI also hosts jazz bands from both Norman high

istration, at Hollywood’s prestigious Musician’s Institute.

schools, Jazz in June festival artists and several high-pro-

Upon returning to Norman, he taught privately before

file artists in educational clinics.

opening NMI. For several years, he has been a member of

“With the application of social media and the pervasive-

the house band, playing for artists appearing at the annual

ness of technology in our world, it is becoming increasingly

Woody Guthrie Folk Festival, Sooner Theatre musicals,

difficult to convince students and their parents about the

Pollard Theatre in Edmond and OKC’s Lyric Theatre.

benefits of studying music and its role in the development

He also has performed with the OKC Community

of young people’s cognitive abilities,” Dean says. Studying

Orchestra, as well as out-of-state performances and at the

music alongside peers also creates a stronger since of com-

Ottawa Folk Festival in Canada. These extensive and varied

munity among the students, he adds.

opportunities have given Dean a wealth of information to share with the students of NMI, as well as knowledge from

NMI RECENTLY INCORPORATED A “FOUR HOUSE

some of the most influential musicians in the business today.

SYSTEM” INTO THEIR EDUCATIONAL FORMAT.

“The most important attribute to studying music at NMI,” Dean asserts, “is the development of the absolute joy in playing music.” NMI, established in 2007 with 50 students, currently has an enrollment of over 400. Leading the way with the best

INSPIRED BY THE HARRY POTTER SERIES, THE NEW STUDENTS ARE SORTED INTO ONE OF FOUR HOUSES. STUDENTS EARN POINTS FOR

and most qualified music teachers, NMI is mindful of the

THEIR “HOUSE” BY COMPLETING ASSIGNMENTS,

positive impact they have on the lives of their students and

PARTICIPATING IN PERFORMANCES AND

the community. With dozens of qualified teachers, many teaching out of their homes and out of such entities as

DOING EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES, INCLUDING

Gilliam Music and McMichael Music, NMI fulfills its mis-

COOPERATIVE, TEAM AND INDIVIDUAL EVENTS.

sion to be “the most effective and respected music educa-

THESE ACTIVITIES ARE INTENDED TO BUILD

tional provider for the communities we serve in a nurturing atmosphere that builds credibility through relationships

STUDENTS’ MUSICAL KNOWLEDGE AND CAN

that distinguishes us from the competition.”

LEAD TO A SPECIAL RECOGNITION PARTY FOR

NMI is also unique in providing monthly live music experiences for their students. They actively seek out

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DRIVER’S NOTEBOOK

ARTICLE JERRI CULPEPPER

Let Your Pilot Do the “Driving” 22

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“OUR CUSTOMERS CHARTER PRIVATE FLIGHTS FOR A VARIETY OF REASONS, ONE OF WHICH IS TRAVELING TO POPULAR LOCATIONS IN REMOTE AREAS,” SAYS WELLS. “SOME OF THE MOST POPULAR VACATION LOCATIONS ARE HOURS AWAY FROM LARGER REGIONAL OR INTERNATIONAL AIRPORTS, AND CHARTERING A PRIVATE FLIGHT CAN BE A WORTHY INVESTMENT TO AVOID WASTING TIME ON MULTIPLE PLANE CHANGES AND DRIVING FOR HOURS AFTER YOU’VE LANDED.” Wells says the services of Private Jets Inc., founded in 1987, are like a custom-tailored suit because—thanks to their team of hospitality experts who stand ready to arrange hotels, ground transportation and all the other details of your trip—they will work to fit your needs to the t. Wells notes that Private Jets Inc. acquired its first aircraft in 1995. The company continues to operate an impressive fleet with Lears, Citations, Hawkers, Beechjets, Challengers and a Cirrus SR22 among their ever-expanding fleet, which in addition to Oklahoma City’s Wiley Post Airport also are located at three airports in Texas (Austin, Houston and San Antonio) and two in Florida (Naples and St. Augustine). The jets can carry as few as three people and as many as nine. “Private flights have many advantages that amount to time saved,” notes Wells. “Charter flights can often fly directly to the destination, and passengers can avoid airport parking, waiting in line checking bags and standing in long security lines, all of which adds to the value of flying private.” EARN YOUR WINGS If you travel frequently, Private Jets Inc.’s Thunder Wings Jet Card program can offer you significant savings over standard retail rates. Ideal for the sophisticated buyer of charter travel, customers can pay in advance for travel and enjoy discounted rates.

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ARTICLE BENTLEY C. HEDGES

Planning a Cruise or a Vacation A MAN'S POINT OF VIEW

I FOUNDED BENTLEY HEDGES TRAVEL IN 1970—AND STILL, AFTER ALL THESE YEARS, I GET EXCITED FOR MY NEXT CRUISE OR TOUR. From a man’s point of view, I like to be involved in the planning process from beginning to end. As I judge all men should do! Don’t get me wrong; women plan fabulous journeys, which often involve more activities than men might plan. I personally like to be involved.

A week's vacation will open the Caribbean to you, and depending on where you live, you can even get to Europe, Hawaii, Alaska or the

I’ve put together some tips for planning your

South Pacific. Norwegian Cruise Lines will take you to the beautiful

cruise vacation that I think you will find helpful.

ports of Maui, Kauai and the Big Island of Hawaii. One of my personal

If you have less than a week, you are prob-

favorite cruises is cruising the Tahiti Islands from Papeete, Alaska, on

ably restricted to the Bahamas, Mexico, parts

Regent Seven Seas Cruise Lines, which allows more time in ports to

of the Caribbean or a “cruise to nowhere”.

enjoy the included shore excursions.

A cruise to nowhere allows passengers to

If you can squeeze out 10 days to two weeks, you will have many

cruise for a long weekend out of port into the

more options—including all seven of the continents. A Regent Seven

ocean and then return. No ports of call are

Seas Cruise may be exactly what you are looking for; all shore excur-

made by the ship, but you can get a feel for

sions are included while you cruise from Rome to Barcelona, South

what a cruise is like. We are fortunate to live

America, New Zealand and Australia. Regent Seven Seas often offer

within driving distance to Galveston, Texas,

complimentary air or highly discounted business-class air.

where you can take a four- five or even seven-night cruise on Carnival Cruise Lines or Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines and seasonally Disney Cruise Lines.

One thing to remember—the longer the cruise, the more you will need to pack, or you might have to do laundry while away. If not a cruise vacation, how about an all-inclusive land vacation? This type of vacation can be full of activities or, for me, sitting on the beach taking in the sun. My wife can be at the spa getting a massage, and we are both happy. Then, in the evening, we will enjoy a wonderful dinner together. My favorite all-inclusive resort is the El Dorado Royale in Playa Del Carmen, Mexico.

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Cruise vs. Land

Vacation One of the main benefits of a cruise is that you and your traveling companion can visit multiple destinations during your vacation. While you may only be there for the better part of one day, you can get a feel for the destination and decide if you would like to return for a longer stay. If you have had someone tell you how wonderful a destination is, you may want to stay longer than a cruise allows. In that case, all-inclusive resorts are a great option. These resorts allow you to explore

The beautiful Moon Palace in Ocho Rios, Jamaica

the destination more fully. Your room at the resort will most likely be larger than your cruise stateroom.

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A beach wedding at the El Dorado Royale

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CRUISE OR VACATION

(CON TI N U ED)

Bentley Hedges and his wife, Bonnie, enjoy fine dining on the Celebrity Edge.

Attending Christmas Eve Mass in Bora, a small South Pacific island northwest of Tahiti in French Polynesia

There are simply so many daily activities on board a ship. In my

biased by saying that our company has an experienced staff who can

opinion, cruise lines offer a better variety of daily entertainment

plan trips for the beginning travelers to the seasoned travelers. Most

options, but the resorts offer many ocean water sports that can’t be

of all, I encourage you to contact a local travel agent.When you book

done on a cruise.

online, you have no one to help you if a situation arises.

Both cruises and resorts offer a wide variety of dining options. Often, the cruise lines’ food offerings overall are better than at resorts. Regent Seven Seas Cruise Lines focus on providing a 5-Star

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ARTICLE MICHAEL CARRIER PHOTOGRAPHY RYAN LASSITER OF DEFINING IMAGE

Chef and restaurateur Anthony Compagni, orthodontist Dr. Tim Shannon and attorney Noble McIntyre share their visions of Cleveland County in the near future.

Cleveland County

FUTURE AT A CROSSROADS

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RESTING IN THE HEART OF OKLAHOMA, CLEVELAND COUNTY IS ONE OF THE MOST CULTURALLY AND ECONOMICALLY DIVERSE AREAS IN THE STATE. Large, growing suburban metropolises, like Norman and Moore in the northern part of the county, give way to the much smaller and more typical Oklahoma rural communities like Lexington and Noble in the south. Eastward is almost entirely agricultural, or homes scattered on large acreages. Such diversity brings a broad spectrum of possibilities, progress and problems for the communities and residents of the county. For several years now, the future of the county and its cities and towns have been hotly debated by an array of citizens, community groups and public officials. Civic and business development has generated major debates in many parts of the county. The major question has not been whether cities, towns and their outlying areas are expanding. Everyone knows they inevitably are and will continue to do so. The most pressing questions and quandaries facing county residents have been how that growth is manifesting itself. Where is the growth occurring? Why? What does that growth look like? Is it the right kind of growth? Is it in the right area? Is it sustainable? Is it properly regulated? What do county residents really want to see in the way of growth? In short, what does Cleveland County’s future look like? Of course, it’s rare that a majority of county residents can agree to the answers to any of those questions. However, that is the very question Cleveland County Lifestyle recently decided to pose to group of area movers and shakers who we thought would have good takes on the years ahead. The magazine brought together three area businessmen to discuss what they think about the current state of the county’s growth, its future development and the vision they see for the state’s third most populated county.

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FUTURE AT A CROSSROADS

(CON TI N U ED)

Attorney Noble McIntyre is the founder and principal partner of McIntyre Law. He is active in charities and church programs in the area. For the past several years, he and his firm, along with other organizations and attorneys, have distributed thousands of turkeys each year to area residents around Thanksgiving in connection with World Kindness Week and Oklahoma Kindness Day. In addition, McIntyre has established “Noble Cause,” a civic program on local television that recognizes and rewards young people who are “changing society.” Executive Chef Anthony Compagni, who owns Benvenuti’s Ristorante, Press & Plow and Volare, spends time working with the local Food Bank and helping sustain Food and Shelter for Friends. He helps raise funds for St. Jude’s Hospital and the local Assistance League. Another of his interests is “Backpacks For Kids,” a program that ensures children have enough food to eat over the weekends. Asked about the county’s future, all three quickly agreed that as Cleveland County continues “growing up,” the issues of space and municipal funding sources will become even larger concerns than they already have been. “I see a lot of cannibalism throughout the county continuing,” Shannon said of area business and industry movement from one location to another. “We aren’t really getting a lot of ‘new’ businesses anywhere. Existing businesses are just moving from one spot to another. “I think that’s something people, especially our elected officials,

D r . T i m S h a n n o n

are going to have to deal with more effectively in the near future. “When you couple that with our cities and towns having to live off only sales tax revenue, it makes developing a vision for the future of an area like Cleveland County even more uncertain.” Compagni, who is currently looking for a new restaurant location on Norman’s west side, said that, at the current time, he wasn’t able to consider any other location in the county

or t h o do n t is t

because of the population growth on the county’s western edge and the fact that the Moore and Norman have virtually becoming one large area for dining out. “Restaurants can only make it where the people are,” he said. Shannon agreed, but he said he doesn’t think it will be

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Dr. Tim Shannon, who received his board certification

long before that problem begins to wane: “At some point,

in 2006 from the American Board of Orthodontics (only 1 in

maybe sooner than many think, the growth eastward and

3 orthodontists in the state achieve this distinction) and has

southward has to explode.

been voted the “Best Dentist/Orthodontist” in Norman on mul-

“I don’t think there’s anywhere else to go.”

tiple occasions, also is a real estate developer working with a

Shannon added that he also sees all areas of the county

number of community groups and charities, including the local

becoming more of a melting pot for different races and

United Way. Every Mother’s Day, he provides three children

nationalities. Currently, the county population skews younger,

with braces for free as a way of giving back to county residents.

and racially it is still primarily white.

He’s also donated playground equipment to nearly a dozen

“The Hispanic population in the county is going to grow

county schools and worked to erect athletics scoreboards at

significantly in the coming years and businesses and our res-

numerous others.

idential areas are going to be adapting to that,” Shannon said.

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A n t h o n y C o m p a g n i C h ef a n d r es ta u r at eu r

To that end, he said, he has built a bilingual clinic to better serve Hispanic families. “There was a need that was being unmet and, as a businessman, I’m trying to respond to it. Others will too, I think.” McIntyre said he believes Amazon’s new fulfillment center in the far northwest stretches of the county, which brought 1,500 new jobs to both Cleveland and Oklahoma counties, could make a dramatic impact on the county’s future. The 600,000-square-foot shipping center sits in the uppermost northwest corner of the county, barely within its borders. “Anytime you bring a job to someone, you really are doing something,” he said. “I think it’s going to make a big difference, stimulate all kinds of growth. Up until now out there that hasn’t happened.” He envisioned that area becoming far more suburbanized with moderately priced homes and new and different small businesses because people are going to want to live close to where they work. “No matter where there is growth, you’re always going to have the chain and box stores,” McIntyre said. “But I think people are beginning to look for something different, something that can make a place special.” “Somebody, someday, is going to figure out what that

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REALTY REPORT

REALTY REPORT

NEIGHBORHOOD

CLEVELAND COUNTY

ORIGINAL PRICE

SOLD PRICE

%SOLD/ORIG

DOM

BDRMS

BATHS

Smoking Oaks, Norman

$895,000

$780,000

87%

257

4

4.1

Cascata Lakes, SW OKC

$795,000

$778,900

97%

17

4

4

Carrington Place, Norman

$639,500

$625,000

97%

7

3

3.2

Olde Stonebridge, Moore

$635,000

$635,000

100%

52

4

4.1

Rivendell, SW OKC

$621,900

$600,000

96%

89

4

4.1

Vinehaven, SW OKC

$544,900

$535,000

98%

6

4

3.1

Rivendell, SW OKC

$470,000

$462,500

98%

0

4

3.1

Kingsbridge Estates, SW OKC

$459,900

$459,900

100%

131

3

2.2

Sterling Canyon, SE OKC

$454,500

$446,500

98%

123

3

3.1

Wellington Lake, Norman

$420,000

$410,000

97%

15

4

3.1

Cascata Lakes, SW OKC

$419,900

$412,789

98%

4

4

3.1

Brookhaven, Norman

$390,000

$385,000

98%

0

4

2.1

Chatenay, SW OKC

$374,900

$360,000

96%

35

4

3

Rio De Bella, SW OKC

$355,532

$355,532

100%

4

3

2.1

Cascata Lakes, SW OKC

$349,900

$337,500

96%

98

4

2.2

Lake Ridge, SW OKC

$326,500

$313,000

95%

72

3

3.1

Cascata Lakes, SW OKC

$315,000

$315,000

100%

24

4

3

Pepperwell Oaks, SE OKC

$315,000

$310,500

98%

0

4

3

Williamson Farms, SW OKC

$314,900

$308,000

97%

85

4

3

Apple Estates, Moore

$311,082

$311,082

100%

0

3

2.1

This data is a sampling of sold properties from last month. Source: OKC/Norman Multiple Listing System.

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GIVING BACK

folds of honor

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TO SERVE ONE’S COUNTRY IS A TREMEN-

both a Platinum rating from GuideStar and a

DOUS HONOR. To give one’s life is the ultimate

4-star rating from Charity Navigator. This is our

sacrifice. The bravery continues at home for the

way of honoring our donors’ commitment.”

families of fallen military personnel. Not only have

Alyssa

says

the

organization’s

opportunity and challenge continue to be the

their families. Folds of Honor offers these families

nearly exponential growth in awareness and

help by providing financial assistance for education.

the resulting growth in their responsibility to

I spoke with Folds of Honor communications

provide scholarships to an increasing number

coordinator Alyssa Smythe about their organization and what  our readers  can do to help them fulfill their mission.

of eligible applicants. “However, last year the challenge became dire and we were forced to turn away 700 families

“Folds of Honor was founded in 2007 by Maj. Dan

due to lack of funding,” she says.”Our challenge

Rooney, an F-16 fighter pilot in the Oklahoma Air

over the next few years is to increase efficiency

National Guard and a PGA professional. After return-

and expand our fundraising efforts to honor our

ing from his second tour of duty in Iraq, Rooney was

commitment to fully fund every deserving family

on a commercial flight that was bringing home the

that requests our help.”

remains of Brock Bucklin, a 28-year-old corporal

There are many ways to get involved and help.

who had been killed in Iraq,” Alyssa explains.

“Become A Folds of Honor Wingman or

“After witnessing the return of Bucklin’s remains

Participate in Patriot Golf Day. Create a fundraiser.

to his family, Rooney became painfully aware of the

Get involved with a local Folds of Honor chapter

reality families face when a loved one in uniform is

or start a chapter in your area,” Alyssa says.

fallen or disabled. It was then he knew his mission:

Folds of Honor holds two major fundraisers a

to ensure the sacrifices of U.S. members would be

year. The 10th Annual Patriot Cup Invitational, which

honored and their family would be supported. To

serves to commemorate the sacrifices military fam-

date, Folds of Honor has served nearly 20,000 peo-

ilies have made for our freedoms and thank those

ple through one singular, noble mission.”

who have supported the organization’s mission,

Folds of Honor scholarships support private

is held over Memorial Day weekend at the Patriot

education tuition and tutoring for children in

Golf Club in Owasso. Patriot Golf Day is promoted

grades K-12, as well as higher education tuition

nationally over Labor Day weekend. “But,” Alyssa

assistance for spouses and dependents.

says, “we like to say every day is patriot golf day.

“Over our 10 years, we have become one of the most respected nonprofits in the industry, earning

Everyday patriots can come together in support of our military families through the game.”

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LOCALLY OWNED

ARTICLE JERRI CULPEPPER PHOTOGRAPHY KRYSTYN RICHARDSON OF BOLD MULTIMEDIA

1971 Glenn Lewis begins as an apprentice in a jewelry repair shop

1973 Tim Lewis begins at the retail counter of a catalog showroom jeweler

LEWIS JEWELERS DRIVEN BY A PASSION FOR THE CRAFT

1976 CUSTOMER SERVICE NOT JUST A BUZZ WORD FOR LOCAL JEWELERS

225-square-foot office opens; business incorporated the same year

1977 Business moves to 675-square-foot store in the City of Moore Shopping Center (now City Center)

1978 Business moves next door to corner location

1984 Business opens second location at 9600 N. May in OKC

1987 Business moves North May store to Northpark Mall

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TIM LEWIS, CO-OWNER OF LEWIS

molds and casting equipment—as well as many irreplaceable

JEWELERS, WANTED TO PROVIDE PHO-

mementos, including photos.

TOGRAPHS TO ILLUSTRATE THIS STORY

Faced with the loss of 35 years’ worth of molds, Tim and his

ON A LOCALLY OWNED AND OPERATED

older brother Glenn, the childhood rock hound who launched

BUSINESS WITH ROOTS GOING BACK

Lewis Jewelers in 1976 and shortly thereafter invited his brother

MORE THAN 43 YEARS. After all, they’ve

to join him in the business, faced a choice: start from scratch

got lots of history, most of it good, including

or to go a new direction and go high-tech. They went with

steady growth (even during times of reces-

the latter option, purchasing a laser welding machine, robotic

sion) and a loyal customer base.

finishing machine and 3D printer, which have increased their

Unfortunately, the business also has been the victim—twice—of devastating tornadoes, including the deadly F5 tornado that struck Moore in 2013.

capability to create just about any piece of jewelry imaginable, often at a substantial discount for customers. Today, Lewis Jewelers is one of very few jewelers that can execute every step from the cutting of the gemstones to

Tim still vividly recalls TV meteorologist

creating the finished piece in-house. Glenn continues to be

Gary England announcing that the storm

involved in the design and manufacture of jewelry, and enjoys

was going to cross I-35, by Lewis Jeweler’s

teaching both employees and interested customers some of

location. He recalls ordering everyone into

the behind-the-scene work that’s involved.

the vault and praying that everyone and their homes would remain safe. The deadly storm

Tim says their choice to invest in the latest technology has allowed them to cater to a broader range of customers.

did, indeed, turn and miss the retail location.

Many couples choose to customize their engagement and

However, it hit their warehouse and manu-

wedding rings to be one-of-a kind, Tim notes. However, Lewis

facturing site. The storm cost them the loss

Jewelers also caters to a growing group of families who have

of a significant collection of tools, jewelry

done business with them for generations.

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Tim Lewis

“PROVERBS 22:1 SAYS ‘A GOOD NAME IS MORE DESIRABLE THAN GREAT RICHES: TO BE ESTEEMED IS BETTER THAN SILVER OR GOLD.’ WE THINK THAT WE HAVE ESTABLISHED A VERY GOOD NAME, AND THAT GOOD NAME IS MUCH MORE VALUABLE THAN OUR INVENTORY.”

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LOCALLY OWNED

(CON TI N U ED)

1988 Moore store sells

1992 Northpark store closes to allow business to concentrate on manufacturing and wholesale businesses

1994 New store opens in Brookhaven Village at 36th and Robinson, Norman

1999 Business moves to a larger space on Ed Noble Parkway, Norman

2005 Building purchased on Tower Drive in Moore for manufacturing

“NONE OF OUR GROWTH AND SUCCESS WOULD HAVE BEEN POSSIBLE WITHOUT THE GRACE OF GOD, AND THE EXCEPTIONAL, DEDICATED EMPLOYEES THAT WE HAVE HAD THE PRIVILEGE TO WORK ALONGSIDE FOR THESE 43 YEARS,” TIM SAYS. “We are incredibly grateful to them. But we are especially grateful and humbled by our thousands of custom-

2009 Business purchases land at 2705 S. Service Road for 6,000-square-foot retail store

ers that have placed their trust in us over the years. We appreciate that there are many other very good jewelers in this area that they can choose rather than Lewis Jewelers,” he adds. “That is why we always will strive to work just a little harder to earn it.” The Lewis brothers have always operated their business with the highest of standards.

2012 Business is selected by DeBeers to be a Forevermark retail partner

“Proverbs 22:1 says ‘A good name is more desirable than great riches: to be esteemed is better than silver or gold,’” says Tim. “We think that we have established a very good name, and that good name is much more valuable than our inventory.”

2013 EF5 tornado destroys manufacturing location

Lewis Jewelers today is located at 2705 S. I-35 in Moore. The almost 8,400-square-foot free-standing store carries a spectacular selection of fine jewelry and gemstones, as well as a huge collection of engagement and wedding rings. Their selection of bridal is the largest in Oklahoma. And Lewis Jewelers is a Forevermark

2014 Another 2,625 square feet added to existing store, placing Lewis Jewelers in the top 1% in the nation in sales and size

partner, a partnership with DeBeers, the oldest diamond producer in the world.

For more information, visit Lewis-Jewelers.com.

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HOT SPOT

A view of the extensive bar and firstfloor seating area shot from above

Volare

SOARS ABOVE ITS COMPETITORS

CAMPUS CORNER RESTAURANT OFFERS GREAT MEETING SPACES AND EXPANDED MENU ... PARKING, TOO! FROM ITS VERY CONCEPTION, ANTHONY COMPAGNI’S RESTAURANT VOLARE ON NORMAN’S HISTORIC CAMPUS CORNER WAS MEANT TO SOAR ABOVE ITS COMPETITION— AND IT DOES IN MORE WAYS THAN ONE. Beginning with its five-story stature, the red brick eatery towers above every other building and business in the city’s storied five-block enclave that has long catered to University of Oklahoma students. But the differences don’t stop there. The eatery also was designed for quiet, fine dining and to play host to groups and meetings from large to small—both stark differences from virtually every other eating establishment on the Corner. “Volare is not just your local campus bar,” Compagni said recently after sitting down at a table in the restaurant’s first-floor bar area.

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ARTICLE MICHAEL CARRIER PHOTOGRAPHY RYAN LASSITER OF DEFINING IMAGE

We’ve always wanted to be many different things: a sports bar when there are sports on; a professional building when it’s time for a private dinner or a group meeting; and a local fun hangout for the entire family at dinner time. Then, late at night, it’s a restaurant that turns into a bar,” he added with a smile. Working on its third-year of operation, Volare is one of three Norman restaurants in which Compagni has an interest. He recently opened Press and Plow (a purveyor of fine wine, spirits, coffee and provisions) on Tecumseh Road lodged between I-35 and North Flood Street. He also has an interest in the fine-dining restaurant, Benvenuti’s, on Norman’s Main Street in downtown, where he continues to serve as executive chef. At Volare, which in Italian means, “to fly,” Compagni believes one of the restaurant’s secrets is that it is equipped to host business and group gatherings from large to small. “It’s a little known fact, but we have the ability to host parties in the Mezzanine area. We can put at least 30 people there and 30 people in our lounge. There’s also a private room on the third floor for smaller groups quiet dining—and then there’s our rooftop bar for even larger groups.” Audio and video capabilities are available in some rooms. Volare recently began taking reservations for eight or more to ensure groups have all the space they need for their functions. “In our rooms there is total privacy from the other parts of the restaurant. And, we have our rooftop which can accommodate larger gatherings,” he said, noting that Volare was the first restaurant to have a rooftop area for customers. “We kind of started that trend here. Now, everyone wants a rooftop bar.” Another big plus favoring Volare is that the famed Campus Corner parking struggles have been alleviated by the construction of a large pay-to-park car lot right behind the restaurant. “You can walk in the back door if you want,” he said with a grin, “but we prefer people use the front door.”

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HOT SPOT

(CON TI N U ED)

Volare can play host to groups and meetings large to small.

In addition to its height and ability to host any sized group function, Compagni said Volare now offers take-out and catering. Its menu also is growing. A number of pasta dishes were recently added and sandwiches— including calzones—and a large variety of salads will soon make appearances on a new “super menu.” New drink promotions will be popping up regularly too, including $2 Tuesdays where special drinks will be spotlighted for—you guessed it—two bucks. The chef also is planning Wine Wednesdays, when some of the finest wine the restaurant offers will be only $4 per glass. “There’s going to be something for everybody. It’s a lot of options,” he said of the planned “super menu.”

One of the more intimate spaces for gatherings at Volare

“I think as a restaurant evolves,” he went on to explain, “it figures out what it does well and what the people want—and we try to listen to that and give our guests exactly what they want. “But the quality of the food has always been there and it will continue to be. It’s always been high-quality food at a great price.” A Utah native who was trained in classic French cuisine at the famed Cordon Bleu culinary school in France, Compagni’s “real passion” is Italian food, which is the fare Volare highlights. Before coming to Oklahoma, he was a highend chef in several Aspen Colorado restaurants. Aspen is home to some of the best fine-dining restaurants in the country and holds an internationally famous annual wine and food festival that brings chefs and restaurateurs in from all over the world to celebrate food and drink. But the chef seems to have found his home in Norman. Compagni said he loves the “atmosphere” and “energy” Campus Corner brings to his establishment and every business in the area and that was why he and his partner sought to bring Volare to the eclectic shopping, restaurant and club area. He said it has been fun for him to watch what other businesses coming in are doing and how things are beginning to change. “The atmosphere and the energy Volare and other businesses are bringing to the Campus Corner are great,” he said. “It’s amazing. It’s fun to watch what everybody else is doing.” 44

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Attorney Noble McIntyre, orthodontist Dr. Tim Shannon and chef/restaurateur Anthony Compagni met recently at Volare for fine whiskeys and conversation.


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NORMAN’S CLUB OF CHOICE. THE TRAILS GOLF CLUB

WHERE GREAT GOLF AND FAMILY FUN COME TOGETHER! • Learn more about Membership Options: Family, Individual, Senior, Junior Executive, and Corporate Memberships. Social and Summer Pool Memberships are also available. • Plan to visit The Trails Golf Club as a “Member for a Day” and see for yourself why our members love to call The Trails their home course. • Introduce your kids to golf with our comprehensive Junior Programs while you enjoy Men’s, Ladies, and Couple’s Leagues. There is no better time to make The Trails Golf Club of Norman your Club of Choice!

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JUNE

LIFESTYLE CALENDAR contest to win awesome giveaways

days, Oklahoma City will be at the

and prizes. Every morning, clues will be

center of Native American art and

Oklahoma State Fair Park, OKC

posted on Facebook by noon for each

culture as more than 30,000 people

Whether you’re into upcycling, shabby

park that is participating that week.

gather to celebrate. RedEarth.org

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JUNK UTOPIA

chic or just dreaming about finding that elusive diamond in the rough, this picker’s paradise has a little bit of everything. A wide variety of vendors will be on hand specializing in all types of high-quality vintage and

SOONERCON

RED EARTH PARADE

Embassy Suites Hotel &

Downtown OKC

Conference Center, Norman

This

grand

parade

The annual SoonerCon is a cele-

Red

Earth

Festival

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bration of speculative fiction art,

town Oklahoma City. Witness repre-

literature, geek pop culture and

sentatives of more than 100 Native

STAR SPANGLED SALUTE AIRSHOW

fandom in Oklahoma. In addition to

American tribes, in full tribal regalia,

antique items. JunkUtopiaShow.com

in

the

down-

more than 100 literary, arts, media,

make this parade one of America's

Tinker Air Force Base

science and comic book guests,

most colorful, unique events. The

Come early to Tinker AFB for breathtak-

SoonerCon features a schedule of

parade will circle the Myriad Botanical

ing aerial demonstrations at the annual

musical and performance guests. A

Gardens, and visitors are encouraged

Star Spangled Salute Airshow. All ages

family-friendly and fully volunteer-

to bring chairs to watch the display.

are invited to witness the U.S. Navy's

organized nonprofit event, SoonerCon

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Blue Angels aerial demonstration team

includes three days  of workshops,

and other modern military and vintage

performances, gaming, films and

aircraft at this festive air show. Guests

panels. SoonerCon.com

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7-8

RUGGED MANIAC OBSTACLE RACE

SPIRIT OF OKLAHOMA STORYTELLING FESTIVAL

The Rugged Maniac returns to

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with a mud run and festival that

The Spirit of Oklahoma Storytelling

are like recess for grown-ups. Sign

Festival features a variety of storytell-

up for the mud run and test your

701 W Sheridan, OKC

ing styles and genres, including prai-

physical limits as you make your

The deadCENTER Film Festival is an

rie stories and American  Indian  sto-

way through more than 20 epic

annual independent film showcase

ries. This event includes story swaps,

obstacles on a three-mile course.

that highlights over 1,000 indie films

concerts and ghost tales. Nationally

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from around the world. Come celebrate

known

independent film with screenings, pan-

event, while regional tellers add their

els, workshops and numerous parties

special flair. TerritoryTellers.com

can also enjoy military static displays, live

musical

entertainment,

many

children's activities and much more. StarSpangledSalute.com

6-9 DEADCENTER FILM FESTIVAL

Remington Park, OKC

storytellers

headline

Oklahoma City at Remington Park

this

planned over multiple exciting days. DeadCenterFilm.org

WEEKLY SCAVENGER HUNT IN THE PARKS This must

is

free

to

do,

but

first register  online

8-9

7-9

INTERNATIONAL DOG SHOW

RED EARTH NATIVE AMERICAN CULTURAL FESTIVAL

on your favorite breed when the

Oklahoma State Fair Park, OKC

Head to State Fair Park and cheer International

Dog

Show

comes

Cox Convention Center, OKC

to Oklahoma City. Sponsored by

Witness more than 1,000 American

the International All Breed Canine

you

Indian artists and dancers from

Association, these shows run twice

Various Parks, Moore

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at

throughout North America gather to

a day on both Saturday and Sunday

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celebrate the richness and diversity

in multiple categories for both adult

Parks/Home to be entered in the

of their heritage. For three exciting

dogs and puppies. Iabca.com

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8 WINES OF THE WEST Stockyards City, OKC

Sample some of Oklahoma's finest wines and get your "wine passport" stamped for a chance to win prizes. A different wine will be provided in various Stockyards City businesses, which will also offer discounts on their merchandise. StockYardsCity.org/ Wines-Of-The-West.html

15 DADDY DAUGHTER DANCE & DIVE The Station at Central Park, Moore

A great time to have a date  night for Dad and Daughter. There will be dancing, cookies, punch and door prizes. New for 2019, we will end the night with an evening at the Aquatic Center, for no no additional charge!  CityOfMoore.com/Events/DaddyDaughter-Dance-Dive

15 MUSIC & WINE FESTIVAL

Will Rogers Amphitheater, OKC

Gather your  chairs, blankets and favorite people for award-winning beverages, fabulous food and music. Those age 21 and over can sample from the best of Oklahoma wineries and breweries at this family-friendly event. With a lineup of live entertainment and musical performances, plus a large variety of food trucks, you won't want to miss this festival. 

20-22 JAZZ IN JUNE

Brookhaven Village & Andrews Park, Norman

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JUNE

LIFESTYLE CALENDAR blues festival, continues its more than 30-year tradition of bringing Oklahoma

and national jazz and blues artists together to perform free for the public. Take part in Oklahoma's jazz music scene by watching various musicians at this free music festival. JazzInJune.org

21 A NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM Sam Noble Museum,

2401 Chautauqua Ave., Norman

Have you ever wondered what happens in the Sam Noble Museum when the doors are locked and the lights go down? Explore and play in the museum with your family in a whole new way. You just might see something you’ve never seen before! Deadline to register is June 12. Family, ages 5+ Cost:$20 for members, $30 for nonmembers.

22 LE TOUR DE VIN

NCED Conference Center and Hotel, Norman

Head to Norman for a one-of-a-kind celebration of wine, food and generosity at the 17th Annual Le Tour de Vin, Norman Rotary Clubs' main fundraiser. Enjoy fine wine, snacks and whiskey tastings. Stick around for stellar food and beverage pairings from local restaurants  LeTourDeVin.com

29 STARS AND STRIPES RIVER FESTIVAL

The whole family will have fun kayaking, biking, dragon boating or rowing at the Eighth Annual Stars & Stripes River Festival. A variety of activities for kids are scheduled throughout the day, and the live entertainment will be fun for the whole family. Don't miss the fireworks after dark. RiverSportOkc.org/ Events/Stars-Stripes-River-Festival 52

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LOCAL’S CHOICE

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THERE IS NO BAD MEN BEAR OUT FAMOUS NOVELIST'S ASSERTION

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FAMED DETECTIVE NOVELIST RAYMOND CHANDLER ONCE SAID: “THERE IS NO BAD WHISKEY. There are only some whiskeys that aren’t as good as others.” Keeping that thought in mind, a group of Cleveland County Lifestyle’s friends recently set out to discover if Chandler’s praise for one of the most popular beverages in the world is true. Without divulging how long it took or how much whiskey was drained from glasses before deciding, Chandler appears to have been correct. Sitting down at Volare restaurant on Norman’s Campus Corner to test Chandler’s whiskey theory, along with magazine publisher Jimmy Darden, were well-known local attorney Noble McIntyre, popular area dentist Tim Shannon and the owner of three of the county’s finest restaurants, executive chef and restaurateur Anthony Compagni. AT THE TABLE WITH THEM WERE THREE BOTTLES OF

Anthony Compagni, Dr. Tim Shannon and Noble McIntyre share a toast at a relaxed discussion on the future of Cleveland County. (Not pictured, Jimmy Darden)

WHISKEY AWAITING EXPERT JUDGMENT: + 2Bar Bourbon, named after the Seattle, Washington, distillery where it’s made + Smoke & Sea Straight Bourbon Whiskey, produced by Oppidan Distillers in Wheeling, Illinois + Lone Elm Small Batch Texas Straight Wheat Whiskey, made by Five Points Distilling in Forney, Texas Now, everyone knows you can’t judge whiskey without good conversation. So, amid sips, there was a lot of discussion about the future of Cleveland County and its varied communities. By the time that was done—along with an assortment of appetizers from Compagni’s kitchen—the verdict was close, but unanimous. And the winner was … wait for it … Lone Elm! Revealing a “smoky,” “spicy,” “nutty” flavor and a “smoother”

Smoke and & Sea came in second because of its “lingering, warmer smoky taste,” which contained tastes of “vanilla” and “chocolate.” 2Bar came in third, not because it wasn’t fine bourbon, but in every competition there is a last place.

taste, Lone Elm, from that state just south of Oklahoma that will

However, all the blends were given high marks because, as

go unnamed, produced a “fuller” taste that was “the most flavor-

Chandler famously noted … there is no such thing as a bad whiskey.

able,” according to all four judges. 54

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