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JANUARY 2020

INSIDE

TA B L E O F C O N T E N T S

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• MADE IN OKLAHOMA

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• COOKING WITH CHEF

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• OKIE HONOR AWARDS

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• HEALTHY EATS

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• FUN IN THE FACTS 48 CHILLY SPORTS

• TRUTH IN THE NUMBERS WINTER RESORTS

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• SO6IX EATS 52 THE MANHATTAN

• SO6IX SUPPORTS

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• CALENDAR OF EVENTS

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HUNGER FREE OKLAHOMA JANUARY 2020

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LEGAL AND CREDITS

PUBLISHER

Jack McBride jack@so6ix.com

ART DIRECTOR

Kristen McGregor

COPY EDITING

Brittany Dory

PHOTOGRAPHY

Laynie Pritchard

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Happy New Year!

New Year’s is always one of my favorite times. While other holidays help you enjoy and treasure what you have in your life, New Year’s is about making changes. Whether you have health and fitness goals, personal life changes, or new financial moves to be made, it is an exciting time of improvement for us all in many different ways. While I have big fitness goals I want to accomplish this year, more traveling, and of course financial ones as well, my biggest focus for 2020 is to be more open and vulnerable in my personal connections with people. Many of us live our lives so closed-off and protected out of fear and anxiety that we miss out on wonderful experiences. At least, I know I do, and I hope my New Year’s resolutions help change that for me, even if it’s just a little bit at a time. We have an awesome issue for you this month! First of all, the Okie Honor Award winners. So many votes were cast this year, and I’m truly happy for and proud of all the winners. We watched throughout the final top 5 voting as businesses and individuals worked hard to be seen as #1 in their field by the local community. That’s exactly what these awards are all about: local businesses and people being shown appreciation and respect for all their hard work by the people they service every day. So a big congratulations to every one of our Okie Honor winners and runner-ups this year!

In accordance with New Year’s resolutions, we made the focus of this food issue Healthy Eats at all our favorite local restaurants. It’s not always easy to eat healthy when you go out, but we have given you some pretty great options. A special shout-out to our new lead photographer, Ms. Laynie Pritchard. This is her first issue shooting with So6ix Magazine, and I have to say she absolutely knocked it out of the park. I also want to say thank you to our new art director, Kristen McGregor, and brag about what an awesome job she has done this month. She has been the lead graphic designer at So6ix for some time now, and she took on a whole new batch of responsibilities with her promotion to art director this month. She has been nothing short of phenomenal. I’m very proud and thankful for the awesome team at So6ix and couldn’t be more excited to work with them in 2020. Thank you,


miocoalition.com There are so many great things about Oklahoma, and one of those is how many delicious, original and wonderful Okie Made foods there are. You’ll find something for every taste bud. These local owners are putting their heart and soul into the foods they know and believe in. Buying local helps our state continue to grow, keeps our communities unique and supports these local makers. As always, we encourage you to buy local when and where you can!

Daddy Hinkle’s daddyhinkles.com

WHAT’S MADE Seasonings, Meat Rubs & Marinades

Shawnee Milling Company shawneemilling.com

WHAT’S MADE

deVine Water devinewater.com

WHAT’S MADE

Flour, Cornmeal and Baking Mix Products

Griffin Food Company devinewater.com

Natural Artesian Water

WHAT’S MADE Syrups, Jellies, Preserves, Yellow Mustard and Jalapeño Mustard 8

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Cooking with chef CHEF HENRY BOUDREAUX Foodservice Consulting & Sales phboudreaux@benekeith.com (405) 323-6479

WARM POTATO SALAD

FRIED PORK CUTLETS

INGREDIENTS

INGREDIENTS

INSTRUCTIONS

INSTRUCTIONS

1. Bring a large pot of salted water to a boil. Add potatoes and cook until tender but still firm, about 30 minutes. Drain, cool and slice thin.

1. Season the pork with 1 tablespoon of the dry marinade.

• 8 or 9 russet potatoes, medium-sized • 6 slices bacon • 1 cup white onion, small dice • 2 tbsp flour (Shawnee Mills) • 2 tbsp white sugar • 2 tsp kosher salt • 1/2 tsp celery seed • 1/4 tsp cracked black pepper • 3/4 cup water • 1/3 cup vinegar (apple cider preferred, but white distilled will work)

2. Place bacon in a large, deep skillet. Cook over medium-high heat until evenly browned. Drain, crumble and set aside, reserving drippings. 3. Sauté onions in bacon drippings until they are golden brown. 4. In a small bowl, whisk together the flour, sugar, salt, celery seed and pepper. Add to the sautéed onions and cook and stir until bubbly, then remove from heat. Stir in water and vinegar. Return pan to the stove and bring to a boil, stirring constantly. Boil and stir for one minute. Carefully stir bacon and sliced potatoes into the vinegar/water mixture, stirring gently until potatoes are heated through.

• 8 thin pork cutlets • 2 tbsp Daddy Hinkle’s dry instant marinade • 1 cup flour (Shawnee Mills) • 1/2 cup canola oil • 1 tbsp unsalted butter • Parsley and lemon (for garnish) • 1 packet brown gravy (Shawnee Mills)

2. Combine flour with the rest of the dry marinade and set aside on a plate. 3. Heat canola oil over medium-high heat. Add butter. When butter is melted and the pan is hot, add pork in batches so as not to crowd the pan. 4. Cook for 2-3 minutes on the first side and 1-2 minutes on the other. 5. Remove from pan and set on a plate or wire rack. Garnish with parsley and lemon. Serve with warm potato salad and Shawnee Mills brown gravy.

ENJOY!

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SCHWAB’S ANDOUILLE & CHICKEN GUMBO INGREDIENTS

CHEF HENRY BOUDREAUX Foodservice Consulting & Sales phboudreaux@benekeith.com (405) 323-6479

• 1/2 lb Schwab’s smoked andouille sausage, cut into 1/2” slices • 2 1/2 tbsp vegetable oil • 5 tbsp flour (Shawnee Mills) • 1 white or yellow onion, medium dice • 1 cup celery, medium dice • 2 cloves garlic, minced

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1 green bell pepper, medium dice 2 cups chicken stock 1 28-oz can diced tomatoes 2 tsp creole seasoning 4 cups chopped cooked chicken (storebought rotisserie is fine)

INSTRUCTIONS 1.

Sauté sausage in oil over mediumhigh heat in a Dutch oven for 5 minutes, stirring often.

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Remove sausage with a slotted spoon and drain on paper towels.

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Whisk in flour. Cook over medium-high heat, whisking constantly, until a dark roux forms.

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Add onion, celery, garlic and bell pepper. Cook 5 minutes, stirring often.

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Stir in chicken stock, diced tomatoes, and creole seasoning.

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Add sausage and chicken. Cover and simmer for 10 minutes.

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Serve over rice.

ENJOY!

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Oklahoma Has Spoken and Voted
 You all voted – 50,000+ votes in a 15-day period to be exact – for who you think is #1, on everything from restaurants and yoga studios to food trucks and realtors. You all have told us who you think is the absolute best, and now we are excited to share the winners of the 2018 Okie Honor Awards!

Eats & Drinks COFFEE HOUSE “6COFFEE”

Jitters

10013 S.E. 15th St., Midwest City 405.465.2081 facebook.com/ jitterscoffeeandtea RUNNER-UP: STITCH OKC LOCAL CRAFT BEER “6CRAFT”

Twisted Spike 1 N.W. 10th St, OKC 405.297.9961 twistedspike.com

RUNNER-UP: VANESSA HOUSE BREAKFAST SPOT “6BREAKFAST”

Café Kacao

3325 N. Classen Blvd., OKC 405.602.2883 cafekacao.com RUNNER-UP: NEIGHBORHOOD JAM

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BAKERY “6BAKERY”

The Sugar Shack Sweets & Treats 9601 S. Trafalgar Dr., OKC 405.850.7870 facebook.com/ thesugarshacksweetsandtreats RUNNER-UP: KATIEBUG’S SIPS & SWEETS BRUNCH SPOT “6BRUNCH”

Neighborhood Jam 15124 Lleyton’s Court, OKC 405.242.4161 thatsmyjamok.com RUNNER-UP: HATCH


LUNCH SPOT “6LUNCH”

Rivière Bánh Mì

905 N. Hudson Ave., OKC 405.604.3446 riviereokc.com RUNNER-UP: BETH LYON’S BLACK CAT HAMBURGERS “6BURGER”

MOB Grill

6213 N.W. 39th Expy., Bethany 405.792.7408 mobgrill.com RUNNER-UP: LOCAL-HOMA

STEAKHOUSE “6STEAK”

Mickey Mantle’s Steakhouse

BBQ RESTAURANT “6BBQ”

The Flying Pig BBQ 308 N.W. 10th, OKC 405.728.7675 theflyingpigbbq.net RUNNER-UP: EARL’S RIB PALACE SANDWICH SHOP “6SANDWICH”

The Mule

PIZZA “6PIZZA”

Moni’s

RUNNER-UP: BROADWAY 10 BAR & CHOPHOUSE

17200 N. May Ave., Ste. 700, Edmond 405.285.5991 monisokc.com

GLUTEN-FREE MENU “6GLUTEN”

1630 N. Blackwelder Ave., OKC RUNNER-UP: EMPIRE SLICE HOUSE 405.601.1400 themuleokc.com RUNNER-UP: RIVIÈRE BÁNH MÌ

7 S. Mickey Mantle Dr., OKC 405.272.0777 mickeymantlesteakhouse. com

Plant

1120 N. Walker Ave., OKC 405.225.1314 plantokc.com RUNNER-UP: THE FRIED TACO so6ix.com | JANUARY 2020

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SEAFOOD “6SEAFOOD”

Brent’s Cajun

3005 S. Broadway, Edmond 405.285.0911 brentscajunseafood.com RUNNER-UP: OFF THE HOOK ITALIAN RESTAURANT “6ITALIAN”

Papa Dio’s

10712 N. May Ave., OKC 405.755.2255 papadiosokc.com RUNNER-UP: MONI’S MEXICAN FOOD “6MEXICAN”

SUSHI “6SUSHI”

Sushi Neko

4318 N. Western Ave., OKC 405.528.8862 sushineko.com

Hacienda Tacos

RUNNER-UP: THE SUSHI BAR

12086 N. May Ave., OKC 405.254.3140 haciendatacos.com

THAI “6THAI”

RUNNER-UP: TED’S CAFÉ ESCONDIDO MEDITERRANEAN FOOD “6MED”

Let’s Do Greek

7202 W. Hefner Rd., OKC 405.603.4444 letsdogreek.com RUNNER-UP: NUNU’S MEDITERRANEAN JAPANESE CUISINE “6JAPANESE”

Panang

South OKC, North OKC, Edmond, Moore 405.691.9989 panangthaifood.com RUNNER-UP: TANA THAI PHO “6PHO”

Pho Lien Hoa 901 N.W. 23rd St., OKC 405.521.8087

WAGYU Japanese BBQ

RUNNER-UP: FAMILY PHO

3000 W. Memorial Rd., Ste. 105, OKC 405.285.9796 wagyujapanesebbqokc.com

PUB “6PUB”

RUNNER-UP: GORO RAMEN

Okie Tonk Café 1003 S.W. 19th St., Moore 405.603.8665 okietonk.com RUNNER-UP: MCNELLIE’S COCKTAIL “6COCKTAIL”

The Collective

308 N.W. 10th St., OKC 405.437.0959 thecollectiveokc.com RUNNER-UP: BARKEEP

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FOOD TRUCK “6TRUCK”

The Fried Taco

308 N.W. 10th St., OKC 405.724.7680 thefriedtaco.com RUNNER-UP: MOB GRILL ICE CREAM OR FROYO SPOT “6FROZEN”

Menchie’s

13230 Pawnee Dr., Ste. 107, OKC 405.463.5650 menchies.com RUNNER-UP: CAPITALS ICE CREAM FINE DINING “6FINEDINE”

Vast

333 W. Sheridan Ave., 49th Floor, OKC 405.702.7262 vastokc.com RUNNER-UP: FRIDA SOUTHWEST GERMAN FOOD “6GERMAN”

Fassler Hall

421 N.W. 10th St., OKC 405.609.3300 fasslerhall.com RUNNER-UP: INGRID’S MADE IN OK FOOD “6MIOFOOD”

Ben Jack Larado’s benjacklarado.com

RUNNER-UP: AMELIA CREAMERY TACOS “6TACOS”

Hacienda Tacos 12086 N. May Ave, OKC 405.254.3140 haciendatacos.com RUNNER-UP: THE FRIED TACO CATERING “6CATERER”

Eddie’s Bar & Grill 930 E. 2nd St., Edmond 405.285.7725 edmondeddies.com

RUNNER-UP: LET’S DO GREEK so6ix.com | JANUARY 2020

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Entertainment ANNUAL FESTIVAL “6FESTIVAL”

OKC Burlesque Festival okcburlesquefest.com

RUNNER-UP: PASEO ARTS FESTIVAL LOCAL BAND “6BAND”

Dust Bowl

421 N.W. 10th St., OKC 405.609.3302 dustbowllounge.com

One Two Ten

RUNNER-UP: BRICKOPOLIS

onetwotenmusic.com

WEDDING VENUE “6WEDDING”

RUNNER-UP: FOXBURROUGHS PATIO “6PATIO”

The Collective 308 N.W. 10th St., OKC 405.437.0959 thecollectiveokc.com RUNNER-UP: BLEU GARTEN 20

SATURDAY FAMILY FUN SPOT “6FAMILY”

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McGranahan Barn 12310 N.W. Expy., Yukon 405.698.2276 mcgranahanbarn.com RUNNER-UP: FARMER’S PUBLIC MARKET


MUSEUM “6MUSEUM”

Science Museum of Oklahoma 2020 Remington Pl., OKC 405.602.6664 sciencemuseumok.org RUNNER-UP: MUSEUM OF OSTEOLOGY ADVENTURE “6ADVENTURE”

Scuba Bros

333 W Hefner Rd., OKC 405.755.7007 scubabrosokc.com RUNNER-UP: BAD AXE THROWING

WINERY OR NEW WINERY “6WINE”

Water’s Edge Winery 712 N. Broadway Ave, OKC 405.232.9463 wewokc.com RUNNER-UP: PUT A CORK IN IT SPA “6SPA”

Lady Stardust 514 N.W. 28th St., Ste. 3, OKC 405.974.1202 ladystardustokc.com RUNNER-UP: ELEMENTAL BEAUTY STUDIO LIVE MUSIC VENUE “6MUSIC”

Tower Theatre

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Shopping FINE JEWELER “6JEWELER”

LOCAL STORE “6SHOPLOCAL”

2201 W. Main St., Norman 405.360.2515 mitchells-jewelry.com

807 N. Broadway Ave., OKC 405.888.7470 plentymercantile.com

RUNNER-UP: BC CLARK

RUNNER-UP: MODE

WOMEN’S CLOTHING STORE “6WCLOTHING”

FLORIST “6FLORIST”

Mitchell’s Jewelry

Stella Rae’s

755 Asp Ave., Norman 405.701.4901 stellaraes.com

Plenty Mercantile

The Wild Mother

629 W. Sheridan Ave., Ste. 102, OKC 405.900.5667 thewildmother.com RUNNER-UP: FLORAL & HARDY

RUNNER-UP: NHU AVENUE MEN’S CLOTHING STORE “6MCLOTHING”

Woodsman Trading Co. 9705 N. May Ave., Ste 120, The Village, OKC 405.286.0614 woodsmantrading.com

SHOE STORE “6SHOES”

Mode

1227 N. Walker Ave., OKC 405.601.3895 RUNNER-UP: BETSY KING GIFT STORE “6GIFTSHOP”

RUNNER-UP: TRADE MEN’S WARES

The Santa Market

FURNITURE STORE “6FURNITURE”

3001 General Pershing Blvd., OKC 405.314.1033 facebook.com/thesantamarket

Nuvo Home

9235 N. Penn Ave., The Village, OKC 405.608.8001 nuvo-home.com RUNNER-UP: EDMOND FURNITURE GALLERY

RUNNER-UP: PLENTY MERCANTILE MADE IN OK PRODUCTS “6MIOPRO”

Knotted Bow Ties knottedbowties.com

RUNNER-UP: TRADE SUPPLY CO. HOT TUB STORE “6HOTTUB”

Emerald Springs Spas 6600 N.W. 39th Expy., Bethany 405.789.5500 emeraldspringsspas.com

RUNNER-UP: LEISURE TIME POOLS & SPAS


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Service Providers Or Professionals RADIO TALENT OR PERSONALITY “6RADIO”

Carly Rae – Jake FM jakefm.com

RUNNER-UP: JOEY AND HEATHER – KISS FM

BUSINESS OWNER “6BIZ”

HAIR STYLIST “6HAIR”

RUNNER-UP: ERIKA ALYSE – ZITTA RUSH

RUNNER-UP: MIKAYLA FAITH

Corey Robinson BARTENDER “6BARTENDER”

Leslie Snow

Valerie Booker

COSMETIC SURGEON “6COSMETIC”

Dr. Tim R. Love

RUNNER-UP: BRITTANY BORELLI

11101 Hefner Pointe Dr., Ste. 104, OKC 405.751.5683 drtimlove.com

RUNNER-UP: HOMES BY TABER

CHEF “6CHEF”

RUNNER-UP: DR. LAURA HOLSEY

METEOROLOGIST “6WEATHER”

RUNNER-UP: MEGAN SYNCO

DENTIST “6DENTIST”

PERSONAL TRAINER “6TRAINER”

5700 N.W. 135th St., OKC 405.720.2828

HOMEBUILDER “6HOME”

Brady Built Homes homesbybrady.com

Emily Sutton – KFOR kfor.com RUNNER-UP: DAVID PAYNE – NEWS 9

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Okie Tonk

Gabe Lewis

Dillan Wolf

RUNNER-UP: FITCAMP180 TEAM

Pete Swan

RUNNER-UP: MARICRUZ MARTINEZ


MEDICAL SPA “6MEDSPA”

Beauty Injector

6482 Avondale Dr., OKC 405.921.9911 RUNNER-UP: BELLA LUCE

GYM “6GYM”

MAKEUP ARTIST “6MAKEUP”

True Grit Fitness

RUNNER-UP: KELLIE POWELL

14809 Santa Fe Crossing Dr., OKC 405.751.4748 truegrit-ok.com

CHIROPRACTOR “6CHIRO”

RUNNER-UP: FITCAMP 180

Brittany Waugh

Michelle Andrews

1809 Commons Cir. A, Yukon 405.577.6268 yukonfamilywellness.com RUNNER-UP: YOUNG LIFE CHIROPRACTIC

SALON “6SALON”

Manifest

900 W. Main St., OKC 405.761.6231 RUNNER-UP: HIGH SOCIETY HAIR COMPANY

NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION “6NON”

Maisha Project

333 N.W. 5th St., Ste. 410, OKC 405.445.3440 maishaproject.org RUNNER-UP: MID-DEL FOOD PANTRY CROSSFIT GYM “6CROSSFIT”

FitCamp 180

14300 N. Lincoln Blvd., Ste. 114, Edmond 405.608.8860 fitcamp180.com RUNNER-UP: CROSSFIT KAZE

PLACE TO VOLUNTEER “6VOLUNTEER”

Interim Healthcare of OKC Hospice

3613 N.W. 56th St. Ste. 385, OKC 405.848.3555 interimhealthcare.com RUNNER-UP: PROJECT 66 LOCAL BANK “6BANK”

FNB Community Bank Midwest City, Moore, Del City, Douglas, Choctaw, Harrah 405.732.4571 fnbmwc.com RUNNER-UP: QUAIL CREEK BANK

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NAIL SALON “6NAIL”

Polished Nail Salon 13230 Pawnee Dr. Ste. 104, OKC 405.607.3911 polishednailsok.com RUNNER-UP: AMBER TAYLOR – ATOMIC NAILS BEST NEW BUSINESS OF 2019 “6NEWBIZ”

Plant

1120 N. Walker Ave., OKC 405.225.1314 plantokc.com RUNNER-UP: WOOLEY BEST TELEVISION REPORTER OR ANCHOR “6REPORT”

Emily Collins okcfox.com

RUNNER-UP: JESSICA SCHAMBACH REALTOR “6REAL”

Kevin Miller

405.255.3128 millerhometeamok.com RUNNER-UP: SHANE WILLARD OPTICAL “6OPTICAL”

Dick Story Optical 5631 N. Penn Ave., OKC 405.843.1538 dickstoryoptical.com RUNNER-UP: OKC VISION SOURCE

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ELECTRICIAN “6ELECTRICIAN”

Ritchie Electric 405.250.2889 ritchieelectric.com

RUNNER-UP: ROSS ELECTRIC INTERIOR DESIGNER “6DESIGNER”

Cash VanBuskirk

580.716.7832 hannahsutterinteriors.com RUNNER-UP: TRACEE STRONG VETERINARIAN “6VET”

405 Vet Animal Hospital 7101 N.W. 150th St., Ste. 108, OKC 405.562.4998 405vet.com RUNNER-UP: MIDTOWN VETS

YOGA “6YOGA”

Balance Yoga Barre balanceyogabarre.com RUNNER-UP: SOUL YOGA LAWYER “6LAWYER”

John Martino

512 NW 12th St., OKC 405.902.5344 martinolawfirm.com RUNNER-UP: JUSTON GIVENS POOL COMPANY “6POOL”

CW Pools

9017 N. University Ave., Edmond 405.339.5895 cwpoolsok.com RUNNER-UP: FAMILY LEISURE


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healthy

eats

Dining out in OKC doesn't have to mean breaking your newfound diet. Many of your favorite local restaurants have healthy menu options. These dishes aren't just good for you, either – they are tasty options that will help you meet your goals. Be sure to get out and try some of these health-conscious dishes this month!

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Peace in the Middle East Gimme the Beat Hummus, crispy falafel, roasted cauliflower, couscous quinoa blend, pickled carrot w/lemon vinaigrette, twisted in a whole wheat tortilla

Green Initiative Vodka, blue curaรงao, lime, orange-strawberrybanana juice

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Guyutes elevated street food

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ned' s timeless. signature. family favorites grilled shrimp Served over sautĂŠed greens with warm fresh Mediterranean bruschetta and finished with balsamic glaze

grilled fillet of salmon Served over risotto with a cilantro lime aioli


plant food that loves you back

Winter Best F*ing smoothie Banana, pineapple, golden milk blend, pine pollen, house-made almond milk, fresh squeezed orange juice

Southwest Salad Massaged kale, black beans, carrot, cabbage, red onion, pumpkin seeds, cilantro, southwest cashew dressing

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seared ahi tuna salad Served with fresh greens tossed with feta cheese and a lime-infused vinaigrette

flavored margaritas Strawberry, mango, peach and watermelon

brent' s cajun cajun hospitality & great food

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panang authentic thai cuisine Green Curry with Eggplant Fresh eggplant, coconut milk, fresh basil, bell peppers, lime leaves, bamboo shoots, served with brown rice 38

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moni' s panang passionate italian food Almond-Crusted Shrimp Served over whole wheat penne pasta tossed in extra virgin olive oil with fresh jalapeĂąos and garlic, grilled squash and zucchini, and a red bell pepper puree

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christmas pasole Pork, hominy, green chile, red chile, yellow onions, tomato and peppers Taco Salad Flour tortilla shell, black beans, ground beef, shredded lettuce, tomato, onion, guacamole & chives

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hacienda tacos always fresh, always quality

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bedlam bbq all-natural, finest quality bedlam salad Large salad with fresh mixed greens and tomatoes, topped with cheddar cheese and choice of meat

spinach salad Large salad with fresh spinach, strawberries, pecans, feta cheese and choice of meat

caesar salad Large salad with fresh romaine lettuce, topped with Parmesan cheese, croutons and choice of meat


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salmon poke bowl Salmon with white rice, spicy mayo, mango salsa, red onions, chili corn, edamame, cucumber and scallions, topped with sesame seeds

okie pokie

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build your bowl tuna poke bowl Tuna with white rice, crab mix, mango salsa, cucumber, avocado, edamame and dried seaweed, topped with tobiko and sesame seeds

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FU N IN THE FAC TS

CHILLY SPORTS Figure Skating

SNOWBOARDING W A S O R I G I N A L LY CALLED SNURFING (SNOW SURFING). Two s k i s we re s tra p p e d to g eth e r with ro p e fo r s te e ri n g .

O R I G I N A L LY A S P O R T F O R M E N Wo m e n h a d th e i r own d ivi si o n s t a r ti n g i n 1 9 0 5 .

1 6 N AT I O N S 2 5 8 AT H L E T E S COMPETED IN THE FIRST WINTER O LY M P I C S .

80 mph

S P E E D O LY M P I C DOWNHILL SKIERS CAN REACH

3,900 to 4,300 ft. LENGTH OF A MODERN BOBSLED TRACK I t m u s t h ave at l e a s t 1 5 c u r ve s .

40 lbs A P P R O X I M AT E WEIGHT OF GRANITE CURLING STONES


TRUTH IN THE NUMBERS

WINTER RESORTS 2.5 million N U M B E R O F V I S I TO R S AT L A P L A G N E (THE WORLD'S MOST POPULAR SKI RESORT) IN THE ALPS EACH YEAR

400 inches ANNUAL AMOUNT OF SNOW R E C E I V E D AT BIG SKY RESORT I N M O N TA N A

SESTRIERE SKI RESORT I N I TA LY H A S 4 2 B L A C K R U N S , m o re th a n a ny oth e r re s o r t i n th e A l p s .

476

NUMBER OF SKI RESORTS I N O P E R AT I O N IN THE U.S.

Snowboarding

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Q: Can I expunge (seal) my criminal record?

A: Most likely you are eligible to file for an expungement of a criminal record. It depends, however, on the type of offense you were convicted of and the amount of time that has passed since your conviction. Cases that have been dismissed or in which you were acquitted after trial are eligible right away for expungement. Some misdemeanors are eligible right away as well. Violent crimes are generally not expungeable without a pardon from the governor.

Q: How do I go about the process of expunging my criminal record? A: The expungement statute in Oklahoma (22 O.S. 18) recently changed for the better and allows for more offenses to be expunged. However, the process requires the assistance of a knowledgeable attorney to ensure it is done correctly. My office handles many of these matters, and all it takes is a phone call to set up a free consultation to review your record and see if you are eligible. The entire process from start to finish takes about 6 months.

Q: What happens once the case is expunged?

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A: Once an expungement order is signed by a judge, the judge will order the OSBI, any local police agencies involved in your arrest, and the local court clerk for the location of your offense to completely seal any/all records pertaining to your arrest or prosecution so that nothing is available to any public background checks.

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MEET ACE!

Owner: Leigh Aicher & Michael Hale This inquisitive ball of fluff loves meeting new people and saying hello! Ace is a Maltipoo who just loves his Fromm Grain Crunchy O’s and Vegetables. He is very friendly and doesn’t shed, so cuddles are a must from this sweet boy. Ace is a very smart pup – his favorite trick is falling to the floor when you say “Bang, bang!” He also likes to play dress up in costumes and clothes, which will come in handy when he becomes a therapy dog one day. Don’t hesitate to stop and say hello to Ace if you see him prancing about!

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BLINDING LIGHTS THE WEEKND LIAR CAMILA CABELLO HURRICANE MS MR

COCKTAIL RECIPE Credit: delish.com

H e a lt h y E at i n g

guide

Eating healthy doesn’t have to be overly complicated, and calories don’t always need counting. Here’s a great, easy guide to get your healthy eating habits started!

P r e pa r e Meals

Cooking ahead of time and prepping to-go containers or bake-ready pans will help you take charge of what you are eating.

Make Small Changes

Begin replacing unhealthy foods in your diet with healthy alternatives. Try swapping a small bag of chips for a banana or apple at lunch.

Read Those Labels

Check for hidden sugars and unhealthy fats. Some foods claim healthy eating while the labels say otherwise.

Drink Wat e r

KETO BERRY SMOOTHIE INGREDIENTS:

• • • INSTRUCTIONS: • •

1 1/2 cups frozen strawberries 1 1/2 cups frozen raspberries, plus more for garnish (optional) 1 cup frozen blackberries

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2 cups coconut milk  1 cup baby spinach  Unsweetened shaved coconut, for garnish (optional)

It sounds simple, but drinking the proper amount of water each day will help your body flush out waste and toxins and leave you feeling healthier all around.

Choose M o d e r at i o n

A common unhealthy habit is eating too much, whether it’s snacking or having large meal portions. Cutting back and eating in moderation will help you on your path to healthy intake.

In a blender, combine all ingredients except for coconut. Blend until smooth. Divide between cups and top with extra raspberries and coconut, if using.

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Located in the heart of OKC’s central business district, The Manhattan is a sleek establishment best known for their wide range of signature ‘Manhattan’ cocktails: they have an array of more than 14 variations of the classic

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concoction. The Manhattan is the perfect spot for an after-work drink or weekend get-together with friends. They label themselves as the ‘neighborhood bar in Downtown OKC,’ and it’s certainly a fitting description. The friendly staff are very attentive and were happy to steer us in the right direction with the menu. Their Famous Rococo Crab Cake tantalizes the taste buds with a perfect mix of both sweet and savory and a generous serving of crab pieces. The dish is presented with the perfect amount of breading and served with a light salad topped with a creamy balsamic dressing. If you love the mayo sauce, as we did, you’ll want to ask for a bit extra, as it’s served with a light drizzle. The New England Lobster Roll was perhaps what we were most excited to sink our teeth into. The remarkably fresh meat and lightly toasted roll complement each

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other to perfection. Served with just enough butter to be traditional but not too much to be overbearing, their Lobster Roll is without doubt one of the best in town. At the recommendation of the chef, our crab cake and

WHAT WE TASTED

lobster roll were accompanied by Will’s Smoked Salmon Salad. If you’re looking for a healthy alternative to a

NEW ENGLAND LOBSTER ROLL Handpicked Maine lobster sautéed in butter and served on an authentic New England– style roll. Served with warm potato salad with bacon & sweet peppers.

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salmon bagel, this delicious salad is it. It was named after a customer who ordered this salad every day and lost an incredible 30 pounds, and we can see why! It is very rich in flavor for such a low-fat salad. If that story

THE FAMOUS ROCOCO CRAB CAKE

isn’t enough incentive to get you in the door, we don’t

WILL’S SMOKED SALMON SALAD Spring mix & romaine lettuce, cucumbers, red onion, capers, grape tomatoes, artichoke hearts and balsamic vinaigrette

know what will!

ROCOCO LOVE SALAD Iceberg lettuce, Roma tomatoes, red onion, salami, Cure 81 ham, and provolone and Parmesan cheese, tossed with red wine vinaigrette and lots of garlic & love

at the top of your list of venues to try next. Whether

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From the staff, to the splendid cocktail menu, to the melt-in-your-mouth cuisine, The Manhattan needs to be

you’re looking for a place to wind down after work or a reason to venture into the central business district, The Manhattan ticks every box.


THE PRESS 1610 N GATEWOOD AVE., OKLAHOMA CITY, OK 73106 405.208.7739 | THEPRESSOKC.COM The Press, a local brunch-to-dinner spot located in the Plaza District in Oklahoma City, has combined comfort foods from the Deep South with the delicious cuisine of the Southwest. They don’t stop there, though – they take it one step further by twisting these recipes to fit their Oklahoma roots, giving you a unique dining experience. This casual, comfortable space will have everything you’re craving, from beers and craft cocktails to food that’s hard to leave on the plate.

KITCHEN NO. 324 324 N. ROBINSON AVE., OKLAHOMA CITY, OK 73102 405.763.5911 | KITCHEN324.COM No. 324 is the address for fresh food and authentic hospitality in downtown Oklahoma City. This seasonally inspired café provides great food, gourmet-baked goods and curated coffee. Everything on the menu is made fresh and from scratch each day using local and organic products whenever possible. Although Kitchen 324 uses classic preparation techniques, they hope to inspire your taste buds with new flavors and exciting recipes. Their American rustic cuisine is sure to have you coming back for more.

SOCIAL DECK + DINING 1933 N.W. 23RD STREET, OKLAHOMA CITY, OK 73016 405.602.8705 | BESOCIALOKC.COM If you’re curious about American Fusion, Social Deck + Dining is the place to be! Inspired by the Pacific Northwest, this menu is packed with thoughtfully sourced and local ingredients for brunch, social hour and dinner. Located in the Uptown District of OKC, the outdoor dining decks will give you not only great scenery but an unbeatable dining experience. This family-owned neighborhood restaurant’s mantra is “simple done well.” You’ll know they’re living up to their motto as you enjoy the cozy atmosphere and outdoor dining areas, not to mention a menu packed with a wide variety of favorites for every member of your group.

FRIDA SOUTHWEST 500 PASEO DR., OKLAHOMA CITY, OK 73103 405.683.7432 | FRIDASOUTHWEST.COM With a unique blend of cuisine inspired by Oklahoma, Santa Fe and northern Mexico, this Paseo Arts District restaurant is a local favorite. Take a seat at the beautifully set bar for a wide variety of concoctions where there is something for everyone! If you’re ready for a bite, the menu boasts a large selection of plates, from delicious salads to dressed-up classics. No matter your flavor, you can find it at FRIDA Southwest, and in a setting that won’t easily be forgotten.


SUPPORTS

GIVING FOR GOOD

HUNGER FREE OKLAHOMA Welcome to our monthly section in which we highlight local charities and nonprofits of all kinds that are doing great things in our city. We believe change can come in all sizes and at all times. The smallest act can turn around so much for even just one person, animal or place. If we can lift up one small aspect of one life, imagine what we can all do when we come together for the greater good of the people in this amazing city. Let’s continue highlighting the Oklahoma Standard, together.

More than 1 in 5 Oklahoma kids don’t get the food they need.

61% of Oklahoma students participate in the free and reduced meal program.

15.6% of Oklahoma households are food insecure.

39.8% of eligible children benefit from supplemental nutrition by WIC.

Hunger Free Oklahoma works to bring a unified, statewide voice to the issues and solutions surrounding hunger, with the goal of ensuring all Oklahomans have access to affordable, nutritious food. They are leveraging the power of collaboration to solve hunger in Oklahoma by improving systems, policies and practices. Hunger Free Oklahoma is working to end hunger by focusing on collaboration, research,  policy,  advocacy and  practice. They believe that sustainable solutions to hunger require partnerships among government and private-sector organizations, and that local, state and federal policy should be aligned to support innovative solutions. They work on the ground to help practitioners implement new programs and enhance existing ones, to help policy makers by informing legislation and policy positions, and to help researchers assess the work being done. Hunger Free Oklahoma and their collaborators are undertaking a comprehensive and sustainable approach to ending hunger in Oklahoma.

HERE ARE THE WAYS YOU CAN HELP DONATE

GET INVOLVED

Join Hunger Free Oklahoma at the table by donating online today. Donations by partners in the community like you allow them to employ innovative strategies, evaluate systems and advocate for common-sense policies and practices to reduce hunger in Oklahoma.

If you or your organization is interested in the Hunger Free Community concept or in starting a Hunger Free Community in your town, please get in touch by using the information below. They look forward to working with you and bringing your community to the table to end hunger.

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PIANIST – DAVID MORRIS

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Skirvin Hilton Red Piano Lounge Oklahoma City

LIVE MUSIC JANUARY 1 PIANIST – DAVID MORRIS

SKIRVIN HILTON RED PIANO LOUNGE OKLAHOMA CITY

JANUARY 2 PIANIST – ALYSSA KOZLOWSKI SKIRVIN HILTON RED PIANO LOUNGE OKLAHOMA CITY

JANUARY 3

REPLAY

REMINGTON PARK OKLAHOMA CITY

JANUARY 7 PIANIST – GRANT WELLS

SKIRVIN HILTON RED PIANO LOUNGE OKLAHOMA CITY

JANUARY 8 PIANIST – DAVID MORRIS

PIANIST – CHRISTIAN PEARSON

SKIRVIN HILTON RED PIANO LOUNGE OKLAHOMA CITY

DJ NAVI

CITY LIMITS BAR OKLAHOMA CITY

SKIRVIN HILTON RED PIANO LOUNGE OKLAHOMA CITY FLASHBACK RETROPUB OKLAHOMA CITY

PIANIST – GARY JOHNSON

SKIRVIN HILTON RED PIANO LOUNGE OKLAHOMA CITY

JANUARY 4 PIANIST – GRANT STEVENS SKIRVIN HILTON RED PIANO LOUNGE OKLAHOMA CITY

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ENUFF Z'NUFF

JANUARY 10 SUPERFREAK AS THE BLEND REMINGTON PARK OKLAHOMA CITY

STARS

LANDING ZONE MIDWEST CITY

JANUARY 14

PEARSON JAZZ TRIO

PIANIST – GRANT WELLS

PIANIST – GARY JOHNSON

JANUARY 15

SKIRVIN HILTON PARK AVENUE GRILL OKLAHOMA CITY SKIRVIN HILTON RED PIANO LOUNGE OKLAHOMA CITY

PIANIST – CHRISTIAN PEARSON SKIRVIN HILTON RED PIANO LOUNGE OKLAHOMA CITY

SKIRVIN HILTON RED PIANO LOUNGE OKLAHOMA CITY

PIANIST – DAVID MORRIS

SKIRVIN HILTON RED PIANO LOUNGE OKLAHOMA CITY

JANUARY 16

STARS

PIANIST – ALYSSA KOZLOWSKI

JANUARY 9

PARLOR OKC OKLAHOMA CITY

PIANIST – ALYSSA KOZLOWSKI

JANUARY 11

BLACK FLAG

SKIRVIN HILTON RED PIANO LOUNGE OKLAHOMA CITY

DRIVE – TYLER SMITH DUO PARLOR OKC OKLAHOMA CITY

JARROD TURNER CHISHOLM'S SALOON OKLAHOMA CITY

SUPERFREAK AS THE BLEND REMINGTON PARK OKLAHOMA CITY

PIANIST – GRANT STEVENS SKIRVIN HILTON RED PIANO LOUNGE OKLAHOMA CITY

SKIRVIN HILTON RED PIANO LOUNGE OKLAHOMA CITY 89TH STREET OKLAHOMA CITY

SEAN MCCONNELL THE BLUE DOOR OKLAHOMA CITY

JANUARY 17 SOULED OUT UCO JAZZ LAB EDMOND


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Parlor OKC Oklahoma City

LIVE MUSIC PIANIST – GARY JOHNSON

SKIRVIN HILTON RED PIANO LOUNGE OKLAHOMA CITY

TONY MACALPINE 89TH STREET OKLAHOMA CITY

PIANIST – CHRISTIAN PEARSON SKIRVIN HILTON RED PIANO LOUNGE OKLAHOMA CITY

JARED TYLER AND LUKE BULLA BLUE DOOR OKLAHOMA CITY

JANUARY 18 PIANIST – GRANT STEVENS SKIRVIN HILTON RED PIANO LOUNGE OKLAHOMA CITY

JASON HAWK HARRIS PONYBOY OKLAHOMA CITY

PAUL DYER

THE BLUE DOOR OKLAHOMA CITY

MIDAS 13

FUEL BAR & GRILL OKLAHOMA CITY

JANUARY 19

JANUARY 24

JANUARY 29

CHUCK PROPHET

DRIVE

PIANIST – DAVID MORRIS

JANUARY 21

PIANIST – GARY JOHNSON

JANUARY 30

BLUE DOOR OKLAHOMA CITY

PIANIST – GRANT WELLS

SKIRVIN HILTON RED PIANO LOUNGE OKLAHOMA CITY

JANUARY 22

REMINGTON PARK OKLAHOMA CITY SKIRVIN HILTON RED PIANO LOUNGE OKLAHOMA CITY

PIANIST – CHRISTIAN PEARSON SKIRVIN HILTON RED PIANO LOUNGE OKLAHOMA CITY

PIANIST – DAVID MORRIS

SUPERFREAK

JANUARY 23

JANUARY 25

SKIRVIN HILTON RED PIANO LOUNGE OKLAHOMA CITY

PIANIST – ALYSSA KOZLOWSKI SKIRVIN HILTON RED PIANO LOUNGE OKLAHOMA CITY

THE LISZT OKLAHOMA CITY

DRIVE

REMINGTON PARK OKLAHOMA CITY

TANDEM

PIANIST – GRANT STEVENS

ADAM MILLER

STEPHEN SALEWON

PARLOR OKC OKLAHOMA CITY COOP ALE WORKS OKLAHOMA CITY

SKIRVIN HILTON RED PIANO LOUNGE OKLAHOMA CITY ALOFT OKLAHOMA CITY

SKIRVIN HILTON RED PIANO LOUNGE OKLAHOMA CITY

PIANIST – ALYSSA KOZLOWSKI SKIRVIN HILTON RED PIANO LOUNGE OKLAHOMA CITY

JANUARY 31 PIANIST – CHRISTIAN PEARSON SKIRVIN HILTON RED PIANO LOUNGE OKLAHOMA CITY

JACOB DEMENT TRIO 40 WEST BAR & GRILL OKLAHOMA CITY

PIANIST – GARY JOHNSON

SKIRVIN HILTON RED PIANO LOUNGE OKLAHOMA CITY

REPLAY – BOOGIE FEVER REMINGTON PARK OKLAHOMA CITY

JANUARY 28 PIANIST – GRANT WELLS

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Riverwind Casino Norman

CONCERTS JANUARY 4

SMELLS LIKE NIRVANA

TRAVIS LEDOYT

DIAMOND BALLROOM OKLAHOMA CITY

JANUARY 10

TOWER THEATRE OKLAHOMA CITY

RIVERWIND CASINO NORMAN

LAREDO

NEAL MCCOY

JANUARY 18

JANUARY 11

TOWER THEATRE OKLAHOMA CITY

RIVERWIND CASINO NORMAN

JOSH ABBOTT BAND THE CRITERION OKLAHOMA CITY

OKC PHILHARMONIC PRESENTS: MINIMALISM IN A NEW WORLD CIVIC CENTER MUSIC HALL OKLAHOMA CITY

HUSBANDS

JANUARY 24 SAM RIGGS

DIAMOND BALLROOM OKLAHOMA CITY

JANUARY 24-25 OKC PHILHARMONIC PRESENTS: RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK CIVIC CENTER MUSIC HALL OKLAHOMA CITY

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JANUARY 25 PARKER MCCOLLUM RIVERWIND CASINO NORMAN

K.C. CLIFFORD TOWER THEATRE OKLAHOMA CITY

DAVE ROSS

THE PARAMOUNT OKLAHOMA CITY

JANUARY 30 RANDALL KING

DIAMOND BALLROOM OKLAHOMA CITY


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OKC THUNDER VS HOUSTON ROCKETS

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Chesapeake Energy Arena Oklahoma City

SPORTS JANUARY 4 OKLAHOMA SOONERS VS KANSAS STATE WILDCATS LLOYD NOBLE CENTER NORMAN

JANUARY 7 OKLAHOMA CITY BLUE VS AUSTIN SPURS COX CONVENTION CENTER OKLAHOMA CITY

JANUARY 9 OKLAHOMA CITY THUNDER VS HOUSTON ROCKETS CHESAPEAKE ENERGY ARENA OKLAHOMA CITY

JANUARY 10 OKLAHOMA CITY BLUE VS RAPTORS 905 COX CONVENTION CENTER OKLAHOMA CITY

JANUARY 11 OKLAHOMA CITY THUNDER VS LOS ANGELES LAKERS CHESAPEAKE ENERGY ARENA OKLAHOMA CITY

OKLAHOMA CITY BLUE VS NORTHERN ARIZONA SUNS COX CONVENTION CENTER OKLAHOMA CITY

JANUARY 14 OKLAHOMA CITY BLUE VS SOUTH BAY LAKERS COX CONVENTION CENTER OKLAHOMA CITY

JANUARY 15 OKLAHOMA CITY THUNDER VS TORONTO RAPTORS CHESAPEAKE ENERGY ARENA OKLAHOMA CITY

JANUARY 17 OKLAHOMA CITY THUNDER VS MIAMI HEAT CHESAPEAKE ENERGY ARENA OKLAHOMA CITY

JANUARY 18 OKLAHOMA CITY THUNDER VS PORTLAND TRAIL BLAZERS

JANUARY 23 OKLAHOMA CITY BLUE VS TEXAS LEGENDS COX CONVENTION CENTER OKLAHOMA CITY

JANUARY 24 OKLAHOMA CITY THUNDER VS ATLANTA HAWKS CHESAPEAKE ENERGY ARENA OKLAHOMA CITY

JANUARY 25 OU SOONERS VS MISSISSIPPI STATE BULLDOGS LLOYD NOBLE CENTER NORMAN

JANUARY 27 OKLAHOMA CITY THUNDER VS DALLAS MAVERICKS CHESAPEAKE ENERGY ARENA OKLAHOMA CITY

CHESAPEAKE ENERGY ARENA OKLAHOMA CITY

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OKLAHOMA WINTER BRIDAL SHOW

01 05

Oklahoma State Fair Park Oklahoma City

EVENTS NOW – FEBRUARY 2

JANUARY 1

DEVON ICE RINK

COMMITMENT DAY 5K

MYRIAD GARDENS OKLAHOMA CITY

DOWNTOWN IN DECEMBER DOWNTOWN OKLAHOMA CITY

LIFE TIME ATHLETIC OKLAHOMA CITY

JANUARY 3 FIRST FRIDAY GALLERY WALK

NOW – JANUARY 5

PASEO ARTS DISTRICT OKLAHOMA CITY

EDMOND OUTDOOR ICE RINK

JANUARY 4

OKLAHOMA CITY REPTILE SHOW BILTMORE HOTEL OKLAHOMA CITY

JANUARY 6 WWE MONDAY NIGHT RAW CHESAPEAKE ENERGY ARENA OKLAHOMA CITY

JANUARY 10-12 OKLAHOMA BOAT & RV SHOW

LIFESHARE WINTERFEST

NOW – JANUARY 5

CHICKASAW BRICKTOWN BALLPARK OKLAHOMA CITY

OKLAHOMA STATE FAIR PARK OKLAHOMA CITY

ILLUMINATIONS: STARRY STARRY NIGHT

JANUARY 5

COX CONVENTION CENTER OKLAHOMA CITY

MITCH PARK EDMOND

CRYSTAL BRIDGE CONSERVATORY OKLAHOMA CITY

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OKLAHOMA WINTER BRIDAL SHOW OKLAHOMA STATE FAIR PARK OKLAHOMA CITY

REMODELING EXPO 2020

JANUARY 14-19 OKC BROADWAY PRESENTS: MISS SAIGON CIVIC CENTER MUSIC HALL OKLAHOMA CITY


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OKLAHOMA CITY HOME & GARDEN SHOW

01 17-19

Oklahoma State Fair Park Oklahoma City

EVENTS JANUARY 17-19

JANUARY 18

OKLAHOMA CITY HOME & GARDEN SHOW

RIVERWIND CASINO PRESENTS: CHRIS TUCKER

OKLAHOMA STATE FAIR PARK OKLAHOMA CITY

OKLAHOMA WINTER BEAD & JEWELRY SHOW OKLAHOMA STATE FAIR PARK OKLAHOMA CITY

JANUARY 18-19 REPTICON REPTILE & EXOTIC ANIMAL SHOW OKLAHOMA STATE FAIR PARK OKLAHOMA CITY

RIVERWIND CASINO NORMAN

JANUARY 19 PJ MASKS LIVE

CHESAPEAKE ENERGY ARENA OKLAHOMA CITY

INTERNATIONAL FINALS RODEO LAZY E ARENA GUTHRIE

JANUARY 24-26

JANUARY 25 2 HIP CHICKS ROADSHOW STATE FAIR PARK OKLAHOMA CITY

GUN SHOW

OKLAHOMA STATE FAIR PARK OKLAHOMA CITY

JANUARY 31 – FEBRUARY 1 PBR EXPRESS RANCHES INVITATIONAL CHESAPEAKE ENERGY ARENA OKLAHOMA CITY

OKLAHOMA CITY BOAT, RV & OUTDOORS SHOW OKLAHOMA STATE FAIR PARK OKLAHOMA CITY

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