Wheelhouse Pizza Kitchen is Oklahoma City’s newest by-the-slice pizzeria with a dedication to speed of service and quality fare. Featuring made-from-scratch ingredients and an upbeat atmosphere, Wheelhouse delivers the family-friendly fun and delicious food.
In this interview, Managing Partner, Michael Jones, talks about Wheelhouse Pizza Kitchen and how they combine the quality and service of a traditional restaurant with the speed of to-go ordering. From pizza-by-the-slice and boneless and bone-in wings, to sandwiches and salads, there’s something for everyone on the menu. Their menu features the “daily slice,” giving you the option to choose from one of six daily slices, starters, salads, 20” specialty and build your own pizzas, sandwiches and desserts. Plus, they are pet-friendly with hookups for dogs on their outdoor patio.
Deep Deuce Sessions is Oklahoma City’s monthly live music artwalk in Downtown OKC’s most historic music district. Walk, dine, drink, and listen your way across venues along 2nd and 3rd streets in the Deep Deuce District to experience hip-hop, singer-songwriter, jazz, rock, and pop artists showcased throughout the evening.
Held on every last Saturday of the month, you can find music at venues such as Urban Jonnies, Aloft Hotel, [Artspace] at Untitled, and outside the shipping containers next to Anchor Down, Bella Kitchen, and Wheeze The Juice.
All doors are open for free to the listening public.
Startup Grind is a global startup community designed to educate, inspire, and connect entrepreneurs. Uncovering Oklahoma is happy to be a local supporter of the Oklahoma City chapter by filming their talks.
The latest session featured, John Kerber, the Co-founder of Who’s On My WiFi, a wireless monitoring and network analytics company that helps organizations make better business decisions. An active member of the startup community, John mentors startups in need of strategic direction and has led teams in past startups to incredible growth. You can watch the fireside chat in the video embedded above.
SoonerCon is a nonprofit pop culture, science fiction, fantasy and educational convention that’s been happening in Oklahoma since 1983. Put on by The Future Society of Central Oklahoma, SoonerCon is a collaborative, volunteer-organized effort that brings together fans, creative and academic professionals, artists, authors, musicians, small and large businesses and community members each June in the Oklahoma City metro. The convention draws more than 2,000 attendees and participants. Additionally, charitable giving is a central focus of the convention’s community outreach endeavors, with these contributions from members growing year after year.
SoonerCon is Oklahoma’s premier pop culture, fantasy, sci-fi, gaming, cosplay, and anime convention. This year’s event runs June 22 – 24 at the Reed Conference Center in Midwest City.
With her works, Chiyoko Myose’s Sojourning expresses her experiences of living in a foreign country. Myose considers herself as a sojourner, a person who stays in one place temporarily, like a traveler. Her works explore cultural, social, philosophical and spiritual themes. Four installation pieces will have a common theme of “relationship,” from relationships between individuals to those between countries.
The exhibition at Oklahoma Contemporary also includes a piece that invites members of the community to contribute to the artwork by tying knots with threads. Each new knot is a reminder that we are all connected and we should treasure that connection. The exhibition will feature a new work, created especially for Oklahoma Contemporary.
Chiyoko Myose: Sojourning will be on display from June 2 through August 11, 2018.
Serving up a fun “twist” on ice cream, Capitals Ice Cream in Oklahoma City’s Midtown District allows you to pick toppings such as fruits, cereal, candy, cookies, and more to ‘swirl’ into your ice cream. Uncovering Oklahoma talks to Landon Ferguson about what you can expect when you visit their dreamy ice cream shop that also includes coffee and beer.