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Home Brew

November 2013 Issue
Home Brew
The craft of brewing grows in popularity each year—and is currently thriving in 21st-century Oklahoma.

Living an Extreme Life

November 2013 Issue
Living an Extreme Life
This mother-daughter duo lets the wild things in, and takes them to your home!

Public Safety Center

November 2013 Issue
Public Safety Center
Edmond is in the process of building a new, high-tech Public Safety Center in Downtown Edmond.

MY OUTLOOK: Giblet the Great

November 2013 Issue
MY OUTLOOK: Giblet the Great
The Edmond Turkey Trot Mascot

DAVE: Life Lessons at Excessive Speeds

November 2013 Issue
DAVE: Life Lessons at Excessive Speeds
Dave has discovered that what he has learned in racing can apply to life, as well.

LOUISE: Surprise for a Salesman

November 2013 Issue
LOUISE: Surprise for a Salesman
In the year 1972, Fuller Brush salesmen roamed the streets, selling their wares of household items.

FOOD: The Sushi Bar

November 2013 Issue
FOOD: The Sushi Bar
Few foods have the instant cool factor that sushi does.

BUSINESS: Immediate Care of Oklahoma

November 2013 Issue
BUSINESS: Immediate Care of Oklahoma
It’s two o’clock on Friday afternoon. The tickle in your throat, periodic cough, flushed and feverish feeling seem to be getting worse; it’s time to call your doctor. You do, but getting in next Tuesday isn’t going to help you feel Better. Sooner. And you do not want to go to the ER. What are your alternatives?

BUSINESS: Ray the Painter

November 2013 Issue
BUSINESS: Ray the Painter
In 1991, Ray Wolf established his new painting business, Ray the Painter. The concept was simple: one guy, lots of brushes. His commitment to detail and craftsmanship earned him a reputation that enabled him to grow his business into a 15-person operation.

Skating Polly

October 2013 Issue
Skating Polly
Step-sisters who rock! Soon the band was a regular at venues like the Opolis, the Conservatory, the Hi-lo, Auntie's Shanty, and a featured band at the Norman Music Festival... then SXSW in Austin!

BFF Since 1930

October 2013 Issue
BFF Since 1930
Nel and Dorothy have been best friends forever, literally!

Back to the Future

October 2013 Issue
Back to the Future
Journey to the past and back to the future in this replica of the iconic DeLorean.

Okie Islander

October 2013 Issue
Okie Islander
Matt Donovan is an Okie born and raised and is now playing for the New York Islanders in the NHL.

A Spicy Life

October 2013 Issue
A Spicy Life
When Greg Johnson’s family and friends encouraged him to bottle and sell his tasty homemade creations, he listened. Lucky for us he did.

How to Make Your Halloween Party Scary Good!

October 2013 Issue
How to Make Your Halloween Party Scary Good!
Tips and tricks to have the spookiest Halloween party ever!

My Outlook: David Cathey

October 2013 Issue
My Outlook: David Cathey
Author of "A Culinary History of Pittsburg County"

Dave's Blurb for October

October 2013 Issue
Dave's Blurb for October
Dave has picked his favorite costume, himself.

LOUISE: Wives with Heavenly Husbands

October 2013 Issue
LOUISE: Wives with Heavenly Husbands
Women can help support one another through difficult times.

FOOD: Twelve Oaks

October 2013 Issue
FOOD: Twelve Oaks
Atop one of Oklahoma County’s most scenic hills in northeast Edmond, the grandeur of Twelve Oaks Restaurant captivates you at first sight­—and first bite.

BUSINESS: Dan's Barber Stop

October 2013 Issue
BUSINESS: Dan's Barber Stop
Good barbers do two things well: cut hair and tell good stories. Dan Altmiller, owner of Dan’s Barber Stop in Edmond, excels at both. And he’s been doing it for almost three decades.