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Live and Let Dine

Cheever’s Cafe 2409 N. Hudson Ave. 525-7007 I have a reputation for possessing a fairly finicky palette, and the one thing I’ve always loved about Cheever’s is its unwavering excellence. I never go without ordering the quinoa avocado salad and either the fish special or the tilapia. And if there’s anyone out there who has

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okcBIZ, Oklahoma Gazette honored

Oklahoma Gazette and its sister magazine, okcBIZ, earned several honors this year from the Oklahoma pro chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists. The organization announced the awards Saturday at a banquet in Tulsa. okcBIZ won best magazine in the state, besting second-place Tulsa People and third-place Oklahoma Today. Writer Kelley Chambers took third-place honors in magazine News Writing for a

After 91 years, Horn Seed Company closes its doors

After 91 years in business, Horn Seed Company, 1409 Northwest Expressway, is closing its doors due to two years of extreme temperatures, hail and – more recently – a July 15 fire in its warehouse that claimed about 80 percent of the company’s inventory, along with all of its Christmas inventory. Its fourth-generation owners, David

OKC continues to receive top honors

More recently, CNNMoney named Oklahoma City “Most Business-Friendly City” in the United States, noting its low cost of living and booming oil and natural gas industries. According to the report, more than 6,000 small businesses participated in a survey of the nation’s 40 largest metro areas. While the methodologies of these “best” lists are not

okcBIZ awards 2012 Best Places to Work in Oklahoma

Placing at the top in the program’s two award categories were Capital One Auto Finance and GableGotwals, a law firm with offices in Oklahoma City and Tulsa. “The companies on the 2012 Best Places to Work in Oklahoma list are outstanding examples of the strong bond that exists between Oklahoma employers and their employees,” said

Bricktown bar bill goes to state Senate

When the ACM@UCO music institution opened in Bricktown, the state law that restricts the Alcoholic Beverage Laws Enforcement Commission from issuing mixed-beverage licenses to bars situated within 300 feet of a school reared its head. “I know that the last thing UCO wanted to do was cause a problem for business in Bricktown,” said Mark

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