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DAVE: Dudefest

October 2014 Issue
DAVE: Dudefest
Dave is going on a mancation.

FOOD: Dirt Chic

October 2014 Issue
FOOD: Dirt Chic
Locally grown foods are in fashion.

OCT BUSINESS: Gymboree Play & Music

October 2014 Issue
OCT BUSINESS: Gymboree Play & Music
Looking for an indoor place where your child and you can play together? How about a padded playground that changes every few weeks? This new innovation comes from Gymboree Play & Music, a company that’s been in the business of children’s play for 35 years.

OCT BUSINESS: House of Hope

October 2014 Issue
OCT BUSINESS: House of Hope
The Citizen Potawatomi Nation offers its House of Hope program, which offers refuge and services—and most important of all, hope—to those fleeing domestic violence.

OCT BUSINESS: Upsy Daizy

October 2014 Issue
OCT BUSINESS: Upsy Daizy
One thing Tiffany Thomas hears over and over as customers enter Upsy Daizy kids’ resale boutique in Edmond is a disbelieving “This is resale?”

Invisible Layers

September 2014 Issue
Invisible Layers
Through the lens of Autism: The gifted filmmakers of Invisible Layers Studio.

Beauty through Brokenness

September 2014 Issue
Beauty through Brokenness
Kyle Dillingham unveils the surprising sounds of broken instruments

Ridin' Gritty for 4150

September 2014 Issue
Ridin' Gritty for 4150
Gerald Tims prepares to ride 4,150 miles in the cross-country Motorcycle Cannonball race.

The Essence of Nature

September 2014 Issue
The Essence of Nature
Exploring the healing properties of essential oils.

Bountiful Harvest

September 2014 Issue
Bountiful Harvest
Doug and Sondra Williams empower poor farmers with sustainable mushroom farming.

Edfest

September 2014 Issue
Edfest
This annual food and music festival is raising awareness and funds for Edmond Mobile Meals.

Life After Leavenworth

September 2014 Issue
Life After Leavenworth
From service to solitude, former soldier Michael Behenna finds peace on a ranch in Oklahoma.

My Outlook: Jan Clem

September 2014 Issue
My Outlook: Jan Clem
Jan Clem, owner of Klemm's Smoke Haus food truck

DAVE: ALS

September 2014 Issue
DAVE: ALS
Here’s a story about ALS with no buckets of ice water, no YouTube and no potential to go viral.

LOUISE: Black and White

September 2014 Issue
LOUISE: Black and White
Some things just aren't black and white.

FOOD: GameDay Faves

September 2014 Issue
FOOD: GameDay Faves
Whether you savor the day with a hotdog in hand amidst roaring thousands or gab with your girlfriends over queso dip at the kitchen island, football season sparks a fun food line-up that signals the kick-off of fall. Dig in and relish some winning options from locals who’ve definitely got game!

BUSINESS: Crossings Community Clinic

September 2014 Issue
BUSINESS: Crossings Community Clinic
Walking into the Crossings Community Center and Clinic, one gets an immediate feeling of welcoming and peace.

BUSINESS: One Focus Medical

September 2014 Issue
BUSINESS: One Focus Medical
Dr. Jeffrey Davenport is offering a new approach for people who are frustrated with typical medical insurance. He has eliminated insurance from his practice and offers his services for a fixed monthly membership fee.

Honestly Margo

August 2014 Issue
Honestly Margo
A 13-year-old with an eye for business and a taste of success.

Fast Times in the Metro

August 2014 Issue
Fast Times in the Metro
Have a need for speed and hairpin turns? Check out local car clubs' driving events around town.