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405area has new update 15 hours ago The Uncontested Podcast: Draft War Room with Adam Spinella + Who should OKC Take?
Jacob and Nick are joined by Coach Adam Spinella of The Box and One to talk 2023 NBA draft prospects and who the Thunder should select at 12, plus trade back and trade up targets. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
405area has new update 21 hours ago Edmond Staying Not Weird…
Rich old developers have scrapped plans for a $61 million sculpture park The post Edmond Staying Not Weird… appeared first on The Lost Ogle.
405area has new update 1 day ago TLO Restaurant Review: Brielle’s Bistro
Recently, my Cajun confidante yearned for some home cooking from her sweet Louisiana home and the crawfished delicacies it’s known for. While I could not make that happen, I tried recreating similar bayou energy by treating her to the cajun-inspired, down-home tastes of Brielle’s Bistro, 2037 S. Meridian. Even though I rarely try Oklahoma Cajun […] The post TLO Restaurant Review: Brielle’s Bistro appeared first on The Lost Ogle.
405area has new update 1 day ago Get moving and get playing with these OKC-area recreational adult sports leagues
Sports leagues aren’t just for the young, you know. The greater Oklahoma City area is flush with amazing recreational areas and adult leagues covering sports from kickball to softball to flag football. If you’ve been wanting to get involved in an adult league, begin your search with these recommendations. Oklahoma Sports & Social One look at this organization and you know it’s a fun one. Known better as OSSO (Oklahoma Sports & Social Oh So Much Fun), the league offers kickball, softball, bowling, cornhole, volleyball and more. The year-round recreational league’s mission is to “organize events and activities that bring people together.” With a low entry cost and ample opportunities, it’s easy to see why they’re one of the more popular options in the metro. Local parks and recreations departments Chances are your local parks and recreation department offers recreational adult sports opportunities. OKC’s, for example, offers basketball, baseball, slow-pitch softball and aquatics programs. Midwest City also offers programs, including soccer and flag football. Most of the programs also provide equipment and officials for games and tournaments. Prices vary, so be sure to check in with your city’s department.  

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