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Arts & Culture - 12.21.2011


okcBIZ polled a smattering of metro-area movers and shakers to find out their goals for the New Year

Now that the NBA is going back to work, it’s time to think about goals for the coming year. What are yours? Read more
Economy - 12.21.2011

Norman lowdown

The city of 110,000 boasts strong retail, a thriving music festival and, oh, yeah, OU Sooners football.

Anyone who only thinks of Norman as home to the University of Oklahoma is missing the bigger picture. Read more
Retail - 03.01.2012

Sunflower looks to spread seeds in Norman

Sunflower Farmer’s Market is headed to Norman. Last year, the company opened its first Oklahoma store in August at N.W. 63rd Street and May Avenue. Read more
News Article - 07.24.2012

The great food divide

With all the chains strewn along Interstate 35 in Norman, locals still prefer to eat, well, local

Seasoned Normanites love their town, and their local food options. But the college town of more than 100,000 offers everything from homegrown concepts to regional and national chains that operate in harmony, although there may not be too much crossover business. If you want baby back ribs from Chili’s, you’re in luck. Looking for a unique homegrown Oklahoma meal from a local restaurant, perhaps even one called Local? You’re also in luck, but you may not see the same faces at both places. Read more
Construction - 08.14.2012

O'Connor presents downtown projects update

Cathy O’Connor, president and CEO of the Alliance for Economic Development of Oklahoma City, gave a brief update on projects around downtown Aug. 14 to Oklahoma City Council members. Read more
Real Estate - 10.25.2012

Hat’s off

Developer Judy Hatfield hopes to begin work soon on Downtown lofts at the Carnegie Centre

It’s been a long, long road for Judy Hatfield and her Carnegie Centre in Downtown Oklahoma City, but she says it has been worth the wait. Read more
Arts & Culture - 12.27.2012

Good aim?

A follow-up to 2012 goals set by area movers and shakers

Here at okcBIZ, we like to keep tabs on our metro-area business people. You might say we like to hold them accountable for what they say they’re going to do. So last year, we asked a random crew what their 2012 goals were — and some were rather lofty. This year, we’re following up to see who accomplished what. Surprisingly, some lived up to their intentions — note Russell Claus and his grizzly experience, among others. Read more
Nonprofits - 04.25.2013

Annie, get your purse

Female business leaders in Oklahoma work to raise funds for children’s programs at National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum

As the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum has become an international attraction, the children’s museum on the grounds has not kept pace. Many might be unaware the museum even has a children’s building, but that is changing with the commitment of a growing group of female business, civic and philanthropic leaders around the state. Read more