Sometimes, you want to be among thousands of people at a huge concert, but sometimes, if you’re like me, you want to go to a smaller venue where you won’t be trapped in wall to wall people. One of the best places to hang out with friends and listen to live music is the Conservatory, a small music venue and bar that books smaller groups and local bands. The musical style is mostly indie and punk with a bit of Goth thrown in.
Entries from February 2008
Tags: Only in OKC
Do you love cars? If so, you’ll want to check out the Oklahoma City Auto Show. This Oklahoma City tradition is coming back to the OKC fairgrounds on March sixth through the ninth. If you want to see dozens of cars, including some of the newest models from GMC, Honda, Mercedes-Benz, Subaru, Scion, Lexus, and others, you won’t want to miss this.
Representatives from these companies and from various dealerships will be on hand to discuss the cars and to give you information about the newest vehicle technology. Of course, they will also be able to help you in purchasing one of these fine automobiles if you’re so interested.
Looking to redo your flowerbed, or do you need ideas for your new patio? Perhaps you just want to see all the incredibly neat new designs. No matter what your reason, the Oklahoma Home & Garden Expo is a fun way to spend an afternoon, especially if you’re like me and know you can never actually make your flowerbeds and landscape look like the exhibits do. The Expo is February 22, 23, and 24th at the Cox Convention Center.
Looking for a great steak? Then you need to look no farther than Cattleman’s, one of Oklahoma’s most well-known restaurants. Opening in 1910, Cattleman’s first catered to the ranchers and cowboys who worked and lived new Oklahoma City’s stockyards area. Today, the restaurant still operates in the same area, but people from all over the city and state come to have one of their classic sirloins.
Tags: Only in OKC
February is one of the colder months in Oklahoma City; in fact, our cold season usually centers around February. This year has been no exception – while it was in the 60s the other day, most days of the month have been freezing cold. To that extent, very few people want to be outside during the month. Fortunately, there are a variety of events for OKC citizens and visitors to attend that don’t require spending a lot of time out in the chilly weather.
There are many different art exhibits in Oklahoma City, but few of them are as unique as Dinner in the Deuce, an event held by Untitled [ArtSpace]. A relatively new art gallery and nonprofit art organization in Oklahoma City, Untitled [ArtSpace] strives to host a number of different kinds of art shows, and Dinner in the Deuce is definitely one of these one-of-a-kind events.
So, what is Dinner in the Deuce? Well, sadly enough, it doesn’t involve food. At least, not food you can eat. Dinner in the Deuce is an exhibition of different themed dinner tables made by artists from Oklahoma, Texas, and Kansas. The main focus of these tables is to show off how practical, everyday objects like silverware, plates, and tablecloths can be combined to create incredibly artistic sculptures.