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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

LOUISE: Guardian Angel

December 2015 Issue
LOUISE: Guardian Angel
Angels have always watched over Louise and her family

FOOD: Local Motion

December 2015 Issue
FOOD: Local Motion
Made in Oklahoma Coalition breeds community spirit

DECEMBER BUSINESS: Haggard's Fine Furniture

December 2015 Issue
DECEMBER BUSINESS: Haggard's Fine Furniture
When it comes to shopping at Haggard’s Fine Furniture, there is no question about the quality of the merchandise, and no worries about whether you’re just another commissioned sale. The folks at the family-owned business—owner Earle Haggard in particular—just want customers to walk away with well-made furniture they’ll love for a lifetime.

DECEMBER BUSINESS: Royal Ironworks

December 2015 Issue
DECEMBER BUSINESS: Royal Ironworks
Royal Ironworks began as a hobby.
Richard Queen was living in California, working in sales and marketing, a single parent who needed a job that would accommodate his family responsibilities. He’d been attracted to ironwork for a while—the process of creating something unique—and it led him to an apprenticeship with one of the most renowned blacksmiths on the West Coast.

A Better Brewhouse

November 2015 Issue
A Better Brewhouse
The Patriarch offers a gathering spot for craft beer enthusiasts

Local Lion

November 2015 Issue
Local Lion
Jermelle Cudjo keeps Oklahoma roots while playing in the NFL for the Detroit Lions

A New Normal

November 2015 Issue
A New Normal
Teenager Paul Crawford doesn't let his juvenile diabetes slow him down

Joel's Photo Ark

November 2015 Issue
Joel's Photo Ark
One man seeks to document endangered wildlife, hoping to inspire others to protect the animals

The Kids' Place

November 2015 Issue
The Kids' Place
Local organization helps children and teens cope with grief

MY OUTLOOK: Michael Alpert, Alpaca Farmer

November 2015 Issue
MY OUTLOOK: Michael Alpert, Alpaca Farmer
MY OUTLOOK: Michael Alpert, Alpaca Farmer

LOUISE: The Sacrifice of Friendship

November 2015 Issue
LOUISE: The Sacrifice of Friendship
Louise knows it takes a lot to be her friend, but she appreciates it all

DAVE: An Agreement Between Sisters

November 2015 Issue
DAVE: An Agreement Between Sisters
Your life can change on a fall afternoon

FOOD: In Good Taste

November 2015 Issue
FOOD: In Good Taste
Local restaurants give back