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Amazon Plans to Split HQ2 Between Long Island City, N.Y., and Arlington, Va.

Amazon Plans to Split HQ2 Between Long Island City, N.Y., and Arlington, Va.Amazon laid out its plans for two of the biggest economic development projects in the country on Tuesday, announcing that it will put major corporate outposts in New York City and Arlington, Va. Read more...

Tower Theatre enters partnership with Dallas theater

Tower Theatre enters partnership with Dallas theaterOKLAHOMA CITY – One of the state’s most recognizable theaters is entering into a partnership with a Texas theater in hopes of attracting world-class talent to Oklahoma City. Read more...

How To Find A Perfectly Ripe Avocado, According To Science

How To Find A Perfectly Ripe Avocado, According To ScienceRipening an avocado takes time, love and patience. You buy it when it’s rock hard, thinking it’ll certainly be ready to eat within a day or two. Six days later, your avocado stubbornly remains solid. Two days later, you check again, fingers fumbling over its rough green coat, prodding in anticipation. Read more...  

“I Told My Kids I Ate All Their Halloween Candy.”

“I Told My Kids I Ate All Their Halloween Candy.”Jimmy Kimmel once again ruins Halloween for thousands of trick-or-treaters in the eighth annual installment of the late-night host’s “I Told My Kids I Ate All Their Halloween Candy.” See more...

Oklahoma Railway Museum making tracks into second decade

Oklahoma Railway Museum making tracks into second decadeFounded in 1999, the museum has preserved relics of the railroad past — train engines, cars and cabooses — that were restored and parked on the grounds. It all started with an idea from local railroad enthusiasts who found the decaying 1905 depot from Oakwood in Dewey County that was originally on the Kansas City, Mexico & Orient Railway. Read more...  

How Technology Is Shifting The Way People Feel About Their Food

How Technology Is Shifting The Way People Feel About Their FoodIt’s no secret that the increasingly ubiquitous presence of smartphones and wearable technology has had an impact on things like sleep and exercise, but it’s transformed the way people eat, too. The constant presence of technology in the lives of consumers has impacted food choices big and small. Read more...  

Oklahoma City accepts piece of land with plans to develop a park and trails

Oklahoma City accepts piece of land with plans to develop a park and trailsOKLAHOMA CITY (KOKH) — Oklahoma City has accepted a piece of land with a historic tie-in to the city's history that they plan to develop into a park and trails. The Oklahoma City Council voted Oct. 23 to accept 130 acres of land at the former Lone Oak Farms. Read more...  

Indian Cultural Center construction to resume in Oklahoma City

Indian Cultural Center construction to resume in Oklahoma CityConstruction is expected to resume in January at the American Indian Cultural Center and Museum. Blake Wade, chief executive officer of the Native American Cultural and Educational Authority (NACEA), says $50 million has been deposited in the museum completion fund. Read more...  

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