Hinton Historical Museum
Hinton Historical Museum, about five miles south of Interstate-35 at Exit 101, overflows with surprises.
It houses the largest carriage collection in the state with 25 buggies of all sizes. Antique phones too numerous to count include a wall of early day wooden models to styles from the 1930s and ‘40s to
Familiar and New: Bartlesville
By Heidi Brandes
They say you can never go home, but this summer, that’s exactly what my brother and I did.
I grew up in Bartlesville, graduated from the halls of its giant art deco white high school and roamed the oak and maple lined streets on foot, bicycle and car.
Love Affair Spans 50 Visits for Writer
I had no idea in 1970 that I would fall in love with Santa Fe, New Mexico. I went there on a lark, mostly at the urging of an artist friend, who called it “an irresistible place.”
At that time, I was traveling often to New York, London
A smile for every day: A visitor’s look at the
Andrew Swift learned of a Greek island known as Santorini when he watched the movie “Summer Lovers” while in fifth grade. He dreamed of going there some day and 20 years later the dream came true, but with an unexpected twist.
Galveston’s Grandest Home
Bishop’s Palace stands tall on a corner on Galveston Island, beckoning visitors away from the beach – just for a while – and inside to learn its storied history and what life was like there more than 100 years ago.
Formerly known as the Gresham House, the stately home was
Remembering the price of freedom – National World War II Museum
By Linda Miller
World War II ended seven decades ago, but 21st century technology captures the gripping events and details, powerful moments, personal stories and graphic images and scenes for a museum experience that moves beyond typical displays.
It all comes together at the
Azaleas Star in Muskogee’s Spring Festival
BY M. J VAN DEVENTER
Every spring, the population of Muskogee swells during the month of April as people from across the country and around the world converge on Honor Heights Park. They come in cars and tour buses, on bikes and motorcycles.
The main attraction?
A flower that
Historic Osler building becomes boutique Ambassador hotel
By Tim Farley
The Ambassador, a unique boutique hotel in the heart of Midtown, offers an expanded menu of amenities, personal service and history that is foreign to most of its competitors.
The 54-room hotel has a style of architecture that dates back to 1928 when the first
Checking in Artesian Hotel’s successful first year
By Linda Miller
It has been just over a year since the new Artesian Hotel, Casino and Spa opened in Sulphur, some 12 miles east of well-traveled I-35, and the numbers tell the story.
This ornate, luxurious and inviting hotel complex is off to a successful start.
The Ambassador Hotel: Enjoying A Renaissance of Style and Spirit
BY M. J. VAN DEVENTER
The vintage Osler Building in mid-town Oklahoma City has a new personality, thanks to a dramatic renovation that has made it a popular setting for urban entertaining.
Built in three phases, beginning in 1928, the seven-story, U-shaped building flourished for