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Summer Reading List

June 2013 Issue
Summer Reading List
The long sunny days of summer are approaching, and whether you are headed to the beach or lounging at home, Oklahoma has a host of authors that can fill your summer reading list.

Canines on Canvas

June 2013 Issue
Canines on Canvas
For people who love animals, it is clear that love knows no bounds.

Tournament Town

June 2013 Issue
Tournament Town
The Edmond Soccer Club is set to host the US Youth Soccer’s Region III (South) Championships from June 20–27 in a tournament that is sure to kick excited players into overdrive.

Home Away From Home: Camp ClapHans

June 2013 Issue
Home Away From Home: Camp ClapHans
She’s running with a smile that could blind the sun. As her bright red shoes hit the yellow marked road, therapists quickly chase her, hoping to keep up. They are all taking part in the fun and laughter.

Underdog Champions

June 2013 Issue
Underdog Champions
Cleats? Check. Fast legs? Check. Great coach? Check. A track to practice on? Not so much.

LOUISE: A Father's Love

June 2013 Issue
LOUISE: A Father's Love
My father was my hero.

Dave's Blurb for June

June 2013 Issue
Dave's Blurb for June
Fourteen years ago, I made a decision to move my family halfway across the country from Massachusetts to Oklahoma.

BUSINESS: MAD Alley Motors

June 2013 Issue
BUSINESS: MAD Alley Motors
When it comes to Ducati motorcycles, there isn’t much Mike Galietti does not know.

BUSINESS: Jessie Teehee Real Estate Team

June 2013 Issue
BUSINESS: Jessie Teehee Real Estate Team
Honesty is the best policy, according to Jessie Teehee—especially when it comes to his real estate team.

FOOD: Tropical Smoothie Cafe

June 2013 Issue
FOOD: Tropical Smoothie Cafe
It’s cool, creamy, fruity and savored with long, slow tugs through a straw—what’s not to love about a smoothie?

Dave's Blurb for May

May 2013 Issue
Dave's Blurb for May
The Outlook is expanding!

Round Up Club

May 2013 Issue
Round Up Club
In the world of youth sports, rodeo is perhaps the most time intensive for youngsters, but it’s a sport and a lifestyle that is enjoying growth and popularity in places like Edmond.

LOUISE: Love Languages

May 2013 Issue
LOUISE: Love Languages
Louise shares the intimacy of saying "I love you" in different languages.

FOOD: Roma's Gelato & Café

May 2013 Issue
FOOD: Roma's Gelato & Café
Ask anyone who has strolled along Italy’s famed cobblestone streets and sampled culinary treasures galore and they’ll likely tell you about a sumptuous little treat called gelato.

BUSINESS: The Balanced Life Weight Loss Clinic

May 2013 Issue
BUSINESS: The Balanced Life Weight Loss Clinic
Tina Shelly gives hope to those suffering from weight gain.

BUSINESS: Grand Casino Hotel & Resort

May 2013 Issue
BUSINESS: Grand Casino Hotel & Resort
Grand Casino is expanding and will soon be opening its new hotel and event center.

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.