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Have you met? Kristin Davis

Many of us have jobs, but some among us take a particular talent or passion and turn it into their career. Kristin Davis, a fourth-generation Oklahoman, grew up in Oklahoma City, went to Casady School and earned a bachelor’s degree in international relations and politics from Mount Holyoke College and a master’s degree in public

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AIA announces architecture tour sites

  Eight properties will be featured on this year’s tour. The Walters Home: 6210 Riviera Drive. James Loftis Architects handled the renovation of this home built in 1963. The owners are former Oklahoma Gov. David Walters and his wife, Rhonda. The Walters bought the 7,800-square-foot house from Robert Hefner III. It is known as The Villa on Riviera. The house

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Owner of The Journal Record files for bankruptcy

In a statement, the company said the filing in U.S. Bankruptcy Court would allow it to continue to honor obligations to its employees, customers and vendors. As a part of the bankruptcy filing, the company’s founder and CEO, James P. Dolan and COO Scott Pollei have resigned. The Journal Record President and Publisher Mary Mélon’s

Have You Met? Andon Whitehorn

When did your love of food begin?  While it wasn’t always at the forefront of my mind, for as long as I can remember, I’ve always enjoyed cooking. I get that from cooking and gardening with my mother and my grandmothers. I’ve been working in restaurants on and off since I was 15 years old.

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Like his grandmother, during the past quarter century, Fudge has developed his own hunger for saving items of historical significance, including restoring historic homes and buildings, an interest he shares with his wife, Shannon. Their shared passion led them to renovate Kamp’s Grocery; the Cameron Building; and homes in Oklahoma City’s older neighborhoods, such as

Rubble rousers

Deidre Ebrey, Moore’s economic development and marketing director, estimates 1,100 homes and 40 businesses were completely destroyed within the city’s 22 square miles. The Moore Medical Center and Briarwood and Plaza Towers elementary schools were heavily damaged in the storm that left 25 dead (one woman died of her injuries three months later) and 377


Lofty opening

  “We think Aloft is positioned to be ideal for residential, leisure and business,” Thompson says. “It’s directly across from Level (apartments) and in walking distance of hundreds of other residences in Deep Deuce. We’re also right across the Walnut Street bridge from Bricktown and only two blocks west of Broadway.” Aloft will be the first hotel in the Deep Deuce