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Annie, get your purse

  The existing 4,000-square-foot children’s museum features outdated exhibits, including fabricated rock walls, a sad cowboy mannequin with stained clothing sitting atop a horse, and little to stimulate the minds and imaginations of 21st-century children. It has become the pet project of The Annie Oakley Society, which has raised more than $2 million in the

Good aim?

Russell Claus Planning Director City of Oklahoma City 2012 Goals: 1. Continue to work toward making OKC the shining city on the plains that it must become. 2. Take the family to Yellowstone/Tetons this summer so that we can get as close to a grizzly as possible without being eaten. (Note to self: Stock up

Hat’s off

She purchased the former Downtown library in early 2008, with plans for lofts and retail space. For those not paying attention, 2008 was a bit of a tough year in the financial markets, and many projects, Carnegie included, ground to a halt. Now the only thing holding up the start of construction for the $7.4

O’Connor presents downtown projects update

Construction is underway on the aLoft hotel in Deep Deuce at N.E. Second Street and Walnut Avenue. Developer James Thompson plans to have the $21 million, 135-room hotel open in spring or early summer of 2013. Developer Ron Bradshaw broke ground last week on the Maywood Apartments at N.E. Fourth Street and Oklahoma Avenue. The

The great food divide

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

Sunflower looks to spread seeds in Norman

Shortly thereafter, it announced plans for Edmond. That store will open in April. The company plans to open a Norman store in early 2013. Judy Hatfield, with Norman-based Equity Realty, said Sunflower will be a welcome addition to the market. She was not involved with the deal. above Christine Soileau shops for produce at the