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FOOD: Italiano's Pizza & Pasta

March 2013 Issue
FOOD: Italiano's Pizza & Pasta
Americans’ love affair with Italian food has earned it the status of a stateside staple. Perhaps the rich family traditions, time-honored recipes and detailed preparation of this storied cuisine speak as much to the soul as to the palate, in any culture or corner of the world.

MY EDMOND OUTLOOK: Ray Cromer

March 2013 Issue
MY EDMOND OUTLOOK: Ray Cromer
Edmond man collects vintage fishing lures.

LOUISE: A Dance To Remember

March 2013 Issue
LOUISE: A Dance To Remember
The year was 1962 and all that could go wrong in a 16-year-old girl’s life seemed to happen that winter.

LIVING: Going Organic

March 2013 Issue
LIVING: Going Organic
“An apple a day keeps the doctor away.” The familiar cliché gets drilled into every elementary school student and they carry it with them for the rest of their lives.

Driving Lessons

March 2013 Issue
Driving Lessons
As the summer of 2009 drew to a close, 17-year-old Kaden Guerra was looking forward to being a senior at Edmond North High School. Already, he had a college football scholarship waiting in Tulsa.

Cowboy Up

March 2013 Issue
Cowboy Up
Glen McEntire walks into the Edmond coffee shop like John Wayne, grins through his white, trimmed beard and immediately starts talking guns.

Part of the Plan

March 2013 Issue
Part of the Plan
How an Edmond Entrepreneur and pastor is building the relationship between religion and technology through a popular app, YouVersion

Piano Notes

March 2013 Issue
Piano Notes
How Bruce Piano is preserving a family tradition.

The Mushroom Lady

March 2013 Issue
The Mushroom Lady
Envision a mushroom farm and the image of a dark container full of chocolate-colored dirt with bulbous, spongy mushrooms popping out with their bright white caps and frilly gills comes to mind.

Why Edmond?

March 2013 Issue
Why Edmond?
Four families share their stories of why they chose to live in Edmond

Dave's Blurb

March 2013 Issue
Dave's Blurb
I’m staring at a screen right now.

BUSINESS: Haggard's Fine Furniture

February 2013 Issue
BUSINESS: Haggard's Fine Furniture
The Haggard family name is one that stands for quality, service and tradition. Earle Haggard and his staff strive to continue and improve that legacy while running Haggard’s Fine Furniture.

BUSINESS: Kregger's Floors & More

February 2013 Issue
BUSINESS: Kregger's Floors & More
Wood, tile, carpet—oh my! Trying to pick between those three options can be quite overwhelming and frustrating, but trust in the folks at Kregger’s Floors & More and you will end up with the flooring of your dreams.

FOOD: Juiceblendz Cafe

February 2013 Issue
FOOD: Juiceblendz Cafe
If you’ve ever pleaded with a toddler to eat his fruits and vegetables or abandoned the well-intentioned apple and yogurt on your desk to join colleagues for lunch—where the gossip was even juicier than the cheeseburger—you’re not alone. Trying to maintain nutritional balance in a world replete with delicious distractions is a daily challenge.

LOUISE: The Microwave Mishap

February 2013 Issue
LOUISE: The Microwave Mishap
My son, Aaron, suggested I let my readers in on some of the crazy things that have happened to me, saying, “If you can’t think of anything, I can give you plenty of information.” What in the world could he mean?

ART: Edmond Poet Rediscovers Love of Words

February 2013 Issue
ART: Edmond Poet Rediscovers Love of Words
Candace Liger nearly gave up on poetry.
Although the cadence and rhythm of words has danced through her blood for most of her life, Liger’s affair with poetry has all the signs of a rocky relationship. Poetry has brought her joy, has comforted her in times of need, has disappointed and angered her and, at one point, it betrayed her.

Pirates Meet Steampunk

February 2013 Issue
Pirates Meet Steampunk
James Hugo, 30, and Chase Layman, 27, co-owners of Edmond’s Wheelhouse Graphic Design studio, are storytellers. But they tell their stories in a most unusual way. There are no pen and paper. There’s no word processing. They express themselves with the unlikeliest of media—toys.

Momentum: Art Doesn't Stand Still

February 2013 Issue
Momentum: Art Doesn't Stand Still
How do you help young artists start careers in Oklahoma? That was a question the Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition (OVAC) posed to a group of young artists and volunteers twelve years ago. They came up with Momentum: Art Doesn’t Stand Still–an annual art exhibition created specifically for Oklahoma artists ages 30 and younger, working in different media and living all across the state.

Love that Lasts

February 2013 Issue
Love that Lasts
Seventy-odd years ago at a church youth meeting in Hugo, Oklahoma, a girl fell in love.

An Artist's Eye

February 2013 Issue
An Artist's Eye
Like a person, art has many layers. You can look at something or someone and think you know what you see, that is, until you look deeper. Perhaps no one understands this better than local artist Tammy Brummell.