The corner of 10th and Hudson has become a tented mecca of greenery for all forms of foliage and flower hoarders in Midtown, thanks to a husband-wife duo. The Plant Stand, a locally owned retail garden center, made its debut in the neighborhood last weekend, and will be a regular fixture on the busy corner until June.
Midtown Sessions – Cameron Neal of Horse Thief from OKC Midtowner on Vimeo. If you’re looking for respite from smokey bars and the clatter of well bottles coupled with drowned tones of local songwriters, come to City Presbyterian tonight at 7:30 p.m.
Tomorrow, we imagine there will be a mass exodus from the usual beer-serving dwellings to a different Saturday night locale: church. This particular church will have beer, though. Three yet-to-be released COOP Ale Works varieties, to be precise, and a lineup you probably wouldn’t see on Sunday.
Or new kids on the old block, with the older kids. It’s a big night in Midtown. Our beloved H&8th is back, and there’s another event on the docket. From 6-9 p.m., Midtown retail newcomer STASH, along with Dry/Shop and Waffle Champion, will host an Open House Block Party as a way to welcome people into their shop and showcase…
It is Friday, it is dreary, Midtown has experienced nearly all seasons in the past two weeks, and it is now on the verge of transforming into a 387-acre ice block (no, we will not be playing with conversions or math today). So, you probably have time to catch up on some things if you aren’t strolling the neighborhood embracing…
Featuring: inefficient flowcharts B is for beer, burgers, brunch and of course, bibles (we can’t forget Church Row). Midtown is coming along in terms of beverage-serving location options, and beer runs in plentiful streams.
Midtown is drawing in a lot of interesting characters and residents these days. Photographers. Stylists. Artists. Chefs. Self-made business folks. Humanitarians. Creatives of all varieties. And now, mayoral hopefuls.
City councilman Dr. Ed Shadid has made Midtown his new campaign headquarters home. He’s right in the middle of the flourishing H&8th stretch of our district, and he’s equipped with a ping pong table (seriously, he has some killer ping pong skills).
Everyone is talking about The Edge at Midtown. What retail will move in? Will the development be good or bad for the area? Do you think it fits in with the rest Midtown? These are valid, pragmatic questions deserving sincere and informed responses. You will get none of that in this post. Instead, let us take another look at this video through the eyes of a techno-mystic who by use of grainy pixel video gives insights into life in the years to come.
Amid the hum of blow dryers, clatter of hairstyling tools and faint cooing of Stephen Malkmus singing Pavement’s “Shady Lane”, Emily Frosaker walks with calm and collective authority through the sunlight-drenched shop situated at 1212 N. Walker, or suite 101 of the sleek “1212” building.
Dry/Shop is open, and Midtown just got a bit hipper.