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Discovering Dino

March 2015 Issue
Discovering Dino
An Oklahoma native finds a lifetime of work in his ability to connect with celebrities

My Outlook: Pastor Pete Balaban, School Bus Driver

March 2015 Issue
My Outlook: Pastor Pete Balaban, School Bus Driver
My Outlook: Pastor Pete Balaban, School Bus Driver

DAVE: A Hobby that Goes Crunch

March 2015 Issue
DAVE: A Hobby that Goes Crunch
Dave is obsessed with a new hobby—eating healthy

LOUISE: Friends in Far Places

March 2015 Issue
LOUISE: Friends in Far Places
Lousie and her girlfriends gather for a weekend to reconnect

FOOD: Breaking Bread

March 2015 Issue
FOOD: Breaking Bread
Local pastors share their Easter traditions

BUSINESS: Journey Quilt Company

March 2015 Issue
BUSINESS: Journey Quilt Company
Trish Maxwell of Journey Quilt Company is a combination of quilter, artist and storyteller.

BUSINESS: Coffee Creek Church

March 2015 Issue
BUSINESS: Coffee Creek Church
For Coffee Creek Church, Easter Sunday is the prelude to a service project that will provide 15,000 meals to hungry children.

How We Met

February 2015 Issue
How We Met
Four couples who met in unique ways share their love stories

The Goats of Lake Hefner

February 2015 Issue
The Goats of Lake Hefner
A crew of unusual employees maintains the Hefner Canal's appearance.

Small Business of the Year

February 2015 Issue
Small Business of the Year
The Edmond Chamber of Commerce & Arvest Bank recognizes Back40 Design for outstanding community contribution and professional achievement.

On Track

February 2015 Issue
On Track
Local train hobbyists ride the rails in mini motorcars

Touch and Remember

February 2015 Issue
Touch and Remember
Tangible memories and keepsakes help Alzheimer's patients reconnect with families

My Outlook: Marshall Hawkins

February 2015 Issue
My Outlook: Marshall Hawkins
Marshall Hawkins, Owner, Sundance Photography, Outlook Photographer

LOUISE: Finding True Love

February 2015 Issue
LOUISE: Finding True Love
Louise reflects on all types of love this Valentine's Day.

DAVE: The Envelope, Please...

February 2015 Issue
DAVE: The Envelope, Please...
Dave's acceptance speech for receiving the Edmond Chamber Small Business of the Year award.

FOOD: Sweet Spots

February 2015 Issue
FOOD: Sweet Spots
Metro desserts worth the splurge

FEBRUARY BUSINESS: Camelot Child Development

February 2015 Issue
FEBRUARY BUSINESS: Camelot Child Development
The founders of Camelot Child Development didn’t just like the name Camelot, they created an environment where everyone matters and a management style that values every idea.

FEBRUARY BUSINESS: China Healing Massage

February 2015 Issue
FEBRUARY BUSINESS: China Healing Massage
As modern society seeks healing and stress relief, more individuals are looking to the past for natural health alternatives. The staff at China Healing Massage goes beyond muscle massage, tapping into the ancient Chinese arts of healing.

FEBRUARY BUSINESS: Edmond Kitchen and Bath

February 2015 Issue
FEBRUARY BUSINESS: Edmond Kitchen and Bath
Robert and Brenda Helms are quite a team. The couple, along with their staff at Edmond Kitchen & Bath, has built a design and build firm that places creativity and quality at the forefront of their business model.

Oh, BABY!

January 2015 Issue
Oh, BABY!
The OKC Zoo protects the next generation of wildlife