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FEBRUARY BUSINESS: Running Wild Catering

February 2016 Issue
FEBRUARY BUSINESS: Running Wild Catering
As co-owner of Running Wild Catering, Debbie Lowery has a clear recipe for success. “We’re a good, strong, honest, fun-loving company,” she says, “and we work really hard to make our customers happy.”

FEBRUARY BUSINESS: Clue Quest Escape Rooms

February 2016 Issue
FEBRUARY BUSINESS: Clue Quest Escape Rooms
All it took was one visit to an escape room and Dan and Michelle Collier couldn’t see themselves doing anything other than running one of their own. The couple had been looking for a business venture they could take on together, and the thrill, strategy and creativity they saw in escape rooms clinched it for them. In June 2015, the two opened Clue Quest, Edmond’s only escape room.

The Fight Life

January 2016 Issue
The Fight Life
Julia Avila and Jon Hill see MMA fighting as an art form and an outlet

Perfectly Poised

January 2016 Issue
Perfectly Poised
Premier Beauty Bar helps the Thunder Girls reflect their community and team spirit

Heartline: Connect to Hope

January 2016 Issue
Heartline: Connect to Hope
A life-saving liaison for those struggling with mental health issues

Campbell Corner is Coming

January 2016 Issue
Campbell Corner is Coming
Downtown Edmond's new shopping and dining destination

Iconic Okies

January 2016 Issue
Iconic Okies
Local authors chronicle the storied lives of famous Oklahomans

MY OUTLOOK: The 405 Quartet

January 2016 Issue
MY OUTLOOK: The 405 Quartet
The 405 Quartet, a Barbershop Harmony Quartet featuring Greg Rogers, Caleb Henderson, Austin Smith and Joey Allen

LOUISE: The Hamster Hunt

January 2016 Issue
LOUISE: The Hamster Hunt
Having a hamster in the house can lead to certain unexpected adventures

DAVE: Where Were You with R2D2

January 2016 Issue
DAVE: Where Were You with R2D2
Remembering the first time Dave watched Star Wars

FOOD: Healthy or Hearty... Why Choose?

January 2016 Issue
FOOD: Healthy or Hearty... Why Choose?
Healthy fare finds comfort food appeal

BUSINESS: St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic School

January 2016 Issue
BUSINESS: St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic School
For Laura Gallagher, principal of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic School in Edmond, her work as an educator and her faith are inseparable. Indeed, the school’s Catholic affiliation is paramount to its mission.

BUSINESS: Society of Event and Wedding Planners

January 2016 Issue
BUSINESS: Society of Event and Wedding Planners
Marketing yourself and your business isn’t always easy. But for members of the Society of Event and Wedding Professionals, having nearly 50 reliable industry professionals to stand behind you makes it a lot less challenging.

The Earl of Curl

December 2015 Issue
The Earl of Curl
While not the typical Oklahoma sport, curling is fun for all ages

Opening Night OKC

December 2015 Issue
Opening Night OKC
It's the biggest New Year's Eve event in downtown OKC

Sniffing for Safety

December 2015 Issue
Sniffing for Safety
Providence Working Canines keep people safe by sniffing out illicit substances before they can do harm

Alyson Approved

December 2015 Issue
Alyson Approved
Living by example, Alyson Fendrick inspires others to lead healthy lives

Bundle Up In Style

December 2015 Issue
Bundle Up In Style
From ruanas to fringe, discover the season's best winter fashions that keep you warm

MY OUTLOOK: Tom Phillips, Salvation Army Bell Ringer

December 2015 Issue
MY OUTLOOK: Tom Phillips, Salvation Army Bell Ringer
Tom Phillips, Salvation Army Bell Ringer

DAVE: Super 8mm Gift

December 2015 Issue
DAVE: Super 8mm Gift
Dave watches some of his favorite home movies