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News Article - 08.22.2011

Whole Foods CEO plans Norman visit

John Mackey may not be a household name in Oklahoma, but when he comes to Norman in November many are likely to be interested in what he has to say. Read more
Real Estate - 08.17.2011

ACM@UCO purchases Bricktown building

The largest transaction for 2011 in Bricktown so far was completed Aug. 15 with the sale of the Oklahoma Hardware Building, 25 E. California, for $6.5 million.

The 62,500-square-foot building was purchased by the University of Central Oklahoma from Bricktown Wire Co. UCO’s Academy of Contemporary Music occupies the building on its top three floors. It has four stories in addition to a lower level along the Bricktown Canal. The ACM opened in the building in 2009. Read more
Health Care - 08.25.2011

OMRF marks 65 years of innovation and discovery

On Aug. 28, 1946, a group of state leaders gathered at the Capitol. They were there to witness the Secretary of State of Oklahoma grant the charter of a new, nonprofit institute: the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation. Read more
Arts & Culture - 08.29.2011

Faded Elegance / Poodles and Pastries


Faded Elegance / Poodles and Pastries Sept. 8-30

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Health Care - 08.29.2011

Tails from the road

Veterinary medicine’s becoming a rat race

Attorney and certified public accountant Gayle Acton managed her midlife crisis pretty well nearly eight years ago: she became a veterinarian. Read more
Real Estate - 08.29.2011


A portion of Fairview Farm is filling with smaller homes, but with all the high-end amenities as the larger ones.

At Fairview Farm, a neighborhood where many houses easily top $1 million, the developer and a local homebuilder are taking a big chance with the last 10 acres. Read more
On The Move - 09.01.2011

Hematology-oncology specialist joins Peggy and Charles Stephenson Cancer Center

Mohamad Cherry, M.D., a hematology-oncology specialist, has established his medical practice with the Peggy and Charles Stephenson Cancer Center. He has also been named an assistant professor with the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine. Hematologist-oncologists diagnose and treat patients with cancer and blood diseases. Read more
Tourism - 09.07.2011

Airport plans new, re-branded stores

Five stores, two with a distinctly Oklahoma flair, are planned for Will Rogers World Airport. The existing newsstand and gift stores will close Sept. 7 and undergo a $1.7 million renovation. The project is a joint partnership between The Paradies Shops, a national airport retailer, and its local partner, Kambers Gifts and Luggage. Work is set for completion by Thanksgiving. Read more
On The Move - 09.12.2011

Third Degree promotes three on creative team

Third Degree Advertising and Communications recently promoted three members of the creative team to new titles and areas of responsibility. Read more
Energy - 09.12.2011

Chesapeake Energy Corporation and Oklahoma City Boathouse Foundation to christen Chesapeake Finish Line Tower

Oklahomans will gather to welcome the newest iconic structure completed along the Oklahoma River as part of the growing Boathouse District – the four-story Chesapeake Finish Line Tower. Read more