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The Edmond Jazz and Blues Festival

May 2013 Issue
The Edmond Jazz and Blues Festival
Two days, multiple bands, thousands of people & hours of fun—that’s the breakdown for the annual Memorial Day weekend event!

Route 66 Bucket List

May 2013 Issue
Route 66 Bucket List
The first thing you may notice about Edmond’s Schaapvelds is the car. Or van. Or motor home… or whatever it is.

History in the Making

May 2013 Issue
History in the Making
Thirty years ago, Edmond history buffs recognized a huge hole in the city’s cultural landscape—a museum dedicated to its past.

I've Been Everywhere, Man

May 2013 Issue
I've Been Everywhere, Man
Zachary Stanley is no secret agent. But he’s been around the world more times than James Bond. At the age of 20, this New York University biology student may be Edmond’s biggest globetrotter.

iCelebrate Diversity

May 2013 Issue
iCelebrate Diversity
In the early 90s, Edmond resident Tracy Jackson became a mother. Like all new mothers, she wanted her daughter to have the best experiences growing up—those that encourage high self-esteem, love and acceptance.

Common Ground 5

May 2013 Issue
Common Ground 5
Five women share stories of life, inspiration and happiness.

BUSINESS: Scribes Desktop Solutions

April 2013 Issue
BUSINESS: Scribes Desktop Solutions
They say take a picture because it will last longer, but that isn’t always the case. We love preserving our memories in photos and videos, but what happens when they start getting too old and deteriorating? That’s where Scribes Desktop Solutions can help.

BUSINESS: Don's Floor Gallery

April 2013 Issue
BUSINESS: Don's Floor Gallery
Walk through any model home on the market today and you can’t help but be floored by the chic and stylish carpet, tile and wood foundations that set the mood of magnificent rooms.

LOUISE: Avon Calling

April 2013 Issue
LOUISE: Avon Calling
It’s kind of sad when the arrival of the Avon lady is the highlight of your day, but when you are a stay-at-home mother of three, it can be a delightful distraction.

Dave's Blurb for April

April 2013 Issue
Dave's Blurb for April
Dave Turns 50.

FOOD: Lucille's Restaurant

April 2013 Issue
FOOD: Lucille's Restaurant
Spring weather has an intoxicating lure, beckoning us out of our fuzzy slippers and man caves to explore adventurous places and soak up the vibrant culture around us.

Coffee & Cars

April 2013 Issue
Coffee & Cars
It's a passion only a true car lover can understand.

Strangers No More

April 2013 Issue
Strangers No More
Former strangers, Agnes Bullion and Colleen Sjostrom are now friends through the gift of organ donation.

Cycling: Team Undiscovered... Discovered

April 2013 Issue
Cycling: Team Undiscovered... Discovered
If you were to ask Terry Storch, Rob Bell, and Brian Russell why they enjoyed competing in bicycle racing, you would get three different answers with the same message—camaraderie.

Alessondra & The Great Horned Owl

April 2013 Issue
Alessondra & The Great Horned Owl
An eight-year-old girl's avian adventure.

The Beginnings of Southern Okie Gourmet Spread

April 2013 Issue
The Beginnings of Southern Okie Gourmet Spread
People inherit many different traits from their parents and grandparents. It might be something like your mom’s cleft chin or your grandpa’s small ears. But Gina Hollingsworth inherited both her parents’ and grandparents’ keen business sense.

Preppers

April 2013 Issue
Preppers
KW of Edmond is more likely to survive the end of the world than 90% of the population.

Smart Traffic

April 2013 Issue
Smart Traffic
Traffic. It’s everywhere. Even in Edmond.

BUSINESS: Home Instead Senior Care

March 2013 Issue
BUSINESS: Home Instead Senior Care
Many people worry about their parents getting older. Will they remember to take their medicine? What if they have to go grocery shopping? Who will keep them company while I’m at work? For most people, the thought of putting them in a retirement center is heartbreaking.

BUSINESS: Crossings Community Church

March 2013 Issue
BUSINESS: Crossings Community Church
A little bit traditional, a little bit contemporary, a whole lot of worship. That’s what you can expect to find at Crossings Community Church, at 14600 N. Portland Ave, in north Oklahoma City. Founded in 1959 on the principles of service and teaching the unconditional love of Jesus Christ, the church has grown and changed and now serves over 6,000 people every Sunday.