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Construction - 09.28.2011

Myriad possibilities

Cox Convention Center has played host to concerts and major events for decades, but with the new convention center planned, what does the existing center’s future hold?

What do Keith Moon, Billy Graham and the Oklahoma City Cavalry have in common? Very little, aside from the fact that The Who, the internationally known evangelist and the defunct basketball team all played or prayed in what is now called Cox Convention Center. Read more
Arts & Culture - 09.28.2011

Next stage

Fall into another season of local theater productions

Returning with the cooler weather is another hot season of plays and musicals.

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Profiles - 09.28.2011

Betting on Betz

UCO’s new president steps in as the university experiences dramatic growth and recognition

Don Betz has consulted on such weighty matters as bringing peace to the Middle East. He’s devoted nearly 40 years of his life to higher education, and written and spoken on various topics around the globe.

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Health Care - 09.28.2011

Flu fighters

Employers say providing free flu shots to employees is worth the cost

At First Bethany Bank, a single case of the flu can quickly get serious. With only 35 employees, First Bethany is a small bank. If several people get sick at once from the flu, conducting day-to-day business can pose quite a challenge, which is why it offers free flu shots to its employees. Read more
Q & A - 09.28.2011

Executive Q&A: Energy

“Natural gas reserves are critical to a strong U.S. economy.”

Mark A. Stansberry
Founder and Chairman, The GTD Group Read more
Retail - 09.28.2011

No tricks, just treats

Halloween store operators predict rising revenues this season

With Halloween each year comes a sea of witches, ghosts, sexy nurses and famous characters. To meet the demand for costumes, accessories and themed party supplies, seasonal Halloween stores from local and national operators begin popping up around the metro in early September. Read more
Education - 09.28.2011

$3 million granted to OUHSC

National Eye Institute provided the grant.

The University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center is the recipient of a $3 million grant from the National Eye Institute for research of blinding eye diseases. Dr. Robert E. Anderson, Director of Vision Research at the Dean McGee Eye Institute and Dean A. McGee Professor in the University of Oklahoma (OU) College of Medicine’s Department of Ophthalmology, serves as the principal investigator for the grant. Read more
On The Move - 09.30.2011

Renowned oncologist joins ProCure Treatment Centers

Dr. Eugen B. Hug named chief medical officer

ProCure Treatment Centers, Inc. recently named Dr. Eugen B. Hug as chief medical officer overseeing medical operations, clinical research and treatment protocols for all of ProCure’s proton therapy centers. Read more
Retail - 10.04.2011

Crescent Market closing Oct. 30

Robert Pemberton, owner of Crescent Market in Nichols Hills Plaza, confirmed that as of Oct. 30 the store that was founded on the day of the land run in 1889 will close, at least for now. Read more
Economy - 10.05.2011

Oklahoma City among top 20 strongest metros for tenth consecutive quarter

OKC fares well in all areas of latest Brookings’ MetroMonitor report

For the tenth quarter in a row, Oklahoma City was listed as one of the Top 20 Strongest Metros among America’s 100 largest metropolitan areas, according to The Brookings Institute MetroMonitor report.  Oklahoma City has been in the Top 20 in this report since the recession began. Read more