Ronald Bruner Jr. has performed and recorded with legendary jazz artists including Wayne Shorter, Stanley Clarke, and Roy Hargrove. He’s also performed with Prince, Stevie Wonder, The Temptations, Gladys Knight, and more. He is the older brother of Thundercat, tours with Kamasi Washington, and has appeared on Kendrick Lamar’s album To Pimp a Butterfly.Read More
Ziggy’s foster family found him wandering the streets of the Plaza district looking for a slice of pizza. He did not know it would be the start of an even more exciting journey.Read More
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The cast of the rock musical, When We’re Gone may be gone we’ll always remember their Vdub Session with The SPYFM.
2019 Keep It Local Cards Available on Black Friday!
(All online card orders will be shipped on or after the 11/23/18 release date)Read More
Join us at Google’s #SmallThanks party in the 16th Street Plaza District, celebrating our favorite local small businesses. Bring the kids for family-friendly fun, photo booths, and raffles with prizes from local businesses and Google — including the Google Home. If you’re gift shopping, you’ll find something for everyone here. And if you’re sick of turkey leftovers, come get free samples from:Read More
‘‘Oklahoma City boasts many stylish neighborhoods full of shopping potential, from the retro buildings and curated shops of the Plaza District to the colorful Spanish revival buildings and fashion boutiques of the Paseo Arts District. Okc Fashion Week showcases local talent, which can also be seen in stores across town.’’Read More
The City of Oklahoma City announces this call for professional artists to submit their qualifications to be considered for public art for the two atriums of the new MAPS 4 Convention Center currently under construction.Read More
Jeff Chanchaleune is the executive chef and co-owner of Goro Ramen in the Plaza District, but his first career choice was not food. His degree from OU is in Journalism and Mass Communications. In fact, Chanchaleune spent two years in graphic design and advertising after graduation, but he said it wasn’t as satisfying as he expected.
A lot can change in 20 years. This is exemplified in the history of the Plaza District; once overrun with crime and blight, it is now a hub for art, culture, community, and really great food.