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SOUTHWEST White Water Bay, 3908 W. Reno, plans to add new new attractions for the 2013 season, which begins May 18. Park officials say it is the largest expansion in more than 20 years. The Cannon Bowl is a two-person, double-tube ride that is 317 feet long with a 41-foot drop. Riders will experience the

Smith named new exec director of Bricktown Association

Remembering the past, building upon the present and planning for the future: This comprised the message city and state leaders addressed at the 2010 State of Bricktown on July 1. Within the past year, much change has occurred in the entertainment district that 20-plus years ago could only be described as a “ghost town.” Avis

Big wheels and great deals roll out for the 2010 OKC Auto Show

After a disastrous 2009, auto sales are showing signs of life again, fueled by incentives and exciting new models. Many of them were on display at the 2010 OKC Auto Show, held in March. Recent recall aside, customers are still crazy over Toyota’s third-generation Prius ($22,800 starting), according to Joe Miller, fleet manager of Fowler

Local couple restores industrial warehouse to private dwelling, mixed-use space

When Larry and Regina Waters purchased an industrial warehouse on NE 2 Street, they had no idea that in just a few years, they would be within the vicinity of several high-end urban residential communities such as The Lofts at Maywood Park, The Brownstones at Maywood Park, Central Avenue Villas, The Leslie, Block 42 and

Compass briefs: B&B Theatres Windsor 10 movie theater opens

North OKC Coolgreens will open a second location at 14101 N May Ave., Ste. 104, in Quail Village at May Avenue and Memorial Road. The eatery, specializing in salads, wraps and yogurt, is scheduled to open in February. It opened its first location in October 2009 at 6467 Avondale Drive in Nichols Hills Plaza. The

Today\’s wardrobe calls for wildly varied pieces

Whereas the movers and shakers of the past could make do with one style of suit, today’s businessman craves choices. “The customer today has more varied tastes,” says David Ooley, co-owner of Mr. Ooley’s specialty apparel store in Penn Square Mall. “People are more all over the board, not pigeonholed in one image

Oklahoma City jeweler shines new light on diamond industry

Extra facets do not always guarantee a higher quality diamond in terms of beauty and brilliance, but Oklahoma City-based Mitchener-Farrand Jewelers claims to have beaten the odds with a new, 81-facet, round-cut diamond. In a world of tradition, where new facets haven’t been created since the 1940s, Mitchener-Farrand’s “Forever After” diamond cut is not only

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