Category: Our Travels

Luminarium Albesila - photo by Dennis Spielman

RexFest 2019 Luminarium Albesila Tour

The John Rex Elementary Parent Teacher Association (PTA) is hosting the inaugural RexFest fundraiser to support arts education at John W. Rex Charter Elementary School and Oklahoma City Public Schools. For the festival’s inaugural year,...

Festival of the Arts 2019

The 53rd annual Festival of the Arts will commence at Bicentennial Park in Oklahoma City on Tuesday, April 23 until Sunday, April 28, 2019. Each year, Festival of the Arts captivates the crowds with live performances...

Bourbon Street Café

Exporting New Orleans style cuisine to Oklahoma City, Bourbon Street Café (formally Jazmo’z) specializes in seafood, steaks, pasta, and cocktails. With an atmosphere great for both intimate dates and casual drinks along the Bricktown canal, Bourbon Street Café is a fun place to be for any occasion.

Factory Obscura Mix-Tape Phase 1

Factory Obscura, the artist collective responsible for SHIFT, BEYOND, and other interactive art experiences in Oklahoma City, has opened phase one of “Mix- Tape,” their first permanent installation. The collective is creating the new immersive,...

The Spring Fashion of Midtown

In this special episode, Kat Lock guest hosts as she explores Oklahoma City’s Midtown District to visit fashion retailers, Nhu Avenue, mode, and The Black Scintilla, with some other stops along the way. Then David Goad guest hosts an interview with TRADE Men’s Wear and Evan English gives a personal tour of Opolis Clothing.

Simon Hurst – Beach Scapes

The inaugural exhibition at The Art Project in Downtown Oklahoma City featured Beach Scapes by Simon Hurst. Simon Hurst’s large print beach photography will be on exhibit March 21st through May 16, 2019.

Mix-Tape and Art

In this personal vlog, I visited Mix-Tape with Factory Obscura at The Womb; checked the new art gallery space, The Art Project; and the progress of Denise Duong’s new mural in Film Row. All this...

Brielle’s Bistro

Brielle’s Bistro in Midwest City features made from scratch comfort food, while incorporating a cajun/creole feel. In addition to the cajun menu, Brielle’s Bistro also features classic American items, burgers, a bar, weekend brunch, and breakfast all day.