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Flower Sales,

Curbside Chronicle vendors selling flowers through Valentines Day

Mai Nguyen bought four bouquets at the Curbside Chronicle pop-up shop even before the organization had all of its display in place in the...
Dodgers' third home season opener

Broad cross section of OKC metro at Dodgers home opener

“You couldn't ask for any nicer night for a home opener,” said Joshua Jarrell, a life-long baseball fan who was at the Bricktown Ballpark...
pride parade

30th OKC Pride Parade draws big, diverse crowd

In its 30th year, the OKC Pride Parade provided another big, colorful, loud celebration of happy differences. OKC Pride Parade organizers reported 110 different groups...
Bike-to-Work Day 2018-5-18 Bikes and cyclists at the end of their commute

Bike-to-Work Day kicks off with multiple rides

About 40 cyclists arrived downtown at the Myriad Gardens after riding to work Friday on national Bike-to-Work Day. It was part of national Bike-to-Work Day...
David Castillo, president/CEO of the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce

Young prof Hispanic leaders craft skills

David Castillo’s Latino Leadership OKC class attended the Oklahoma City Council meeting Tuesday. The well-dressed, alert young adults took notes and watch intently. “Now more...
Official tapestry of Blessed Stanley Francis Rother

Martyred Oklahoma priest beatified, positioned for sainthood

Martyred Okarche native Father Stanley Rother was beatified, or declared blessed, in an elaborate and moving Mass Saturday. Over 20,000 attended at the Cox Convention...
Martin Luther King, Jr. celebration

Leaders push unity, hard work in response to racism

Leaders opened and closed a series of Martin Luther King, Jr. celebrations Sunday afternoon with the same urgent words: “We have work to do!” Oklahoma...
Balderrama gets Major's insignia from Chief Citty

Paco Balderrama first Hispanic major in OKC PD history

Paco Balderrama was promoted to the rank of major in the Oklahoma City Police Department Tuesday. He is the first officer from Hispanic culture to...
Plaza Mayor sign stranded

Stranded but resilient, Plaza Mayor merchants start over

Mall merchants were left stranded within weeks of the busiest shopping days of the year when Plaza Mayor mall closed Oct. 31. The notice they...
Gloria Torres and DACA recipients

DACA recipients, supporters speak out

Tuesday was a hard day for DACA recipients. Tears, hope, anger and bewilderment were all in display at a news conference in Oklahoma City and...