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SPORTS: Falling Skies

November 2012 Issue
SPORTS: Falling Skies
The feeling of falling from 10,000 feet in the air, towards the Oklahoma earth, isn’t what you’d expect.

LOUISE: Thankful!

November 2012 Issue
LOUISE: Thankful!
More than a year has passed since my husband, Carl went to heaven and I still don’t know how to manage this lonely life.

FOOD: The Melting Pot

November 2012 Issue
FOOD: The Melting Pot
Public fondue-ing can be a slightly intimidating experience to a first-timer, but that is part of the adventure and fun of it!

FOOD: Food Faves

November 2012 Issue
FOOD: Food Faves
Roma's Italian Restaurant; Edmond Wine Shop; City Limits Donuts & More

BUSINESS: The Bottle Shop

November 2012 Issue
BUSINESS: The Bottle Shop
Formerly 33rd Street Wine & Spirits, The Bottle Shop, located at 13516 N. Eastern at Memorial, is not your typical liquor store.

BUSINESS: Communication Federal Credit Union

November 2012 Issue
BUSINESS: Communication Federal Credit Union
Communication Federal Credit Union opened a new branch in south Edmond, on August 25, 2012.

BUSINESS: Personal Health Partners

November 2012 Issue
BUSINESS: Personal Health Partners
“Medical services designed to give individuals the tools they need to evaluate and maintain personal, optimal health,” is the phrase that defines Personal Health Partners (PHP).

Nurturing Progess

November 2012 Issue
Nurturing Progess
Starting a small business is a complex process but some entrepreneurs have big help on their side. Office facilities called “incubators” provide various resources and services to small business startups to help them succeed.

Fight Like a Girl

November 2012 Issue
Fight Like a Girl
If you had told Jessica Cargill of Edmond 10 years ago that she would be kicking and punching people for a living, she just might have… well, punched you.

South Korea Connection

November 2012 Issue
South Korea Connection
It was both a time and a place far removed from the small Oklahoma farming town where Kathryn Spurgeon grew up.

STYLE: Modern Vintage

November 2012 Issue
STYLE: Modern Vintage
Back when my friends were carrying their high-end designer handbags, I broke trend by sporting a 1950s black floral needlepoint purse found in a local thrift store.

ARTS: Fiber Artist

November 2012 Issue
ARTS: Fiber Artist
Donna Hilton's fingers stroke the cream-colored wad of shimmery, pillowy down made from a mix of Merino sheep, yak and silk.

A Car Named Lola

November 2012 Issue
A Car Named Lola
For as long as more than one automobile has existed, men have wanted to race them.

ARTS: Fame and the Fiddle

October 2012 Issue
ARTS: Fame and the Fiddle
Some men were born with music in their soul and an instrument in their hand. With that birthright comes a lifetime of plucking and stroking strings and passing on the magic.

SPORTS: Water You Wading For?

October 2012 Issue
SPORTS: Water You Wading For?
As Michael Phelps, Ryan Lochte, Rebecca Soni and Missy Franklin wowed the crowd at the Olympic Games in London this past summer, there was a group of youth watching intently.

LOUISE: Rescued

October 2012 Issue
I have a friend who is so terrified of getting stuck in an elevator that she refuses to get on one alone, even though she has never had such an experience. I have! Twice!

FOOD: Nothing Bundt Cakes

October 2012 Issue
FOOD: Nothing Bundt Cakes
In the world of food lovers, everyone is looking for the next dessert trend.

BUSINESS: Cabinet Cures

October 2012 Issue
BUSINESS: Cabinet Cures
Don Childress, owner of Cabinet Cures, Edmond’s newest cabinet remodeling company, opened its doors in May 2011. He now has three employees plus...

BUSINESS: OK Christian Academy

October 2012 Issue
BUSINESS: OK Christian Academy
Oklahoma Christian Academy recently welcomed a newly appointed president. Brandon Tatum took over for Floyd Coppedge, interim president, as of June 1.

BUSINESS: Mid America Cycle

October 2012 Issue
BUSINESS: Mid America Cycle
With the retreating summer heat, riding enthusiasts are hauling out their motorcycles and ATVs to enjoy the cooler fall weather.